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  • Ransomware Group That Stole Apple's MacBook Pro Schematics Taken Offline in Multi-Country Operation October 21, 2021
    Back in April, Ransomware group REvil attacked Apple supplier Quanta Computer and was able to steal schematics outlining the design of the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models that were announced earlier this week. The schematics did indeed leak the design of the new machines, and at the time, REvil threatened to release other documents […]
  • U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Investigating Apple and Other Tech Companies October 21, 2021
    Apple is facing yet another investigation by U.S. regulators, this time from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The CFPB, which is investigating the business practices of companies operating payment systems, today announced that it has asked Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, PayPal, and Square to provide details on their consumer data practices. The CFPB is […]
  • Apple Watch Series 7 Teardown Reveals Battery Capacity, Display Updates and More October 21, 2021
    With the Apple event this week and the imminent launch of new MacBook Pro models, it's easy to forget that the Apple Watch Series 7 just came out last Friday. iFixit didn't forget, though, and has done one of its traditional teardowns on Apple's newest wrist-worn device. Today's teardown features both the 41 and 45mm […]
  • Next MacBook Air to Feature Off-White Bezels and Keyboard, M2 Chip, USB-C Ports Only, MagSafe, and iMac-Like Colors October 21, 2021
    The next-generation MacBook Air will have several features that are adopted from the upcoming MacBook Pro models, according to leaker Dylandkt, who has a track record of providing accurate details about Apple's plans. Upcoming ‌MacBook Air‌ models will have a design that's "quite similar" to the new MacBook Pros, but with a thinner body, off-white […]
  • New MacBook Pro Tidbits: SD Card Speeds Limited to 250 MB/s, Peak Brightness for SD Content, eGPUs Still Not Supported, and More October 21, 2021
    Apple unveiled new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models earlier this week, and we've since confirmed some additional details about the notebooks. 16-inch MacBook Pro models configured with the M1 Max chip feature a new High Power Mode to maximize performance for intensive, sustained workloads, according to Apple. High Power Mode is not available on […]
  • New 16-Inch MacBook Pro With M1 Max to Feature High Power Mode for Intensive Workloads October 21, 2021
    The new 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Max Apple Silicon chip will feature a new High Power Mode for intensive, sustained workloads, according to Apple. MacRumors contributor Steve Moser discovered references to High Power Mode in the macOS Monterey beta, and we've now confirmed with Apple that this feature will indeed be included on […]
  • Apple Calls on Developers to Take Advantage of New In-App Events App Store Feature October 21, 2021
    With the launch of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple introduced a new App Store feature that's designed to highlight in-app events, allowing customers to keep up with new happenings in their favorite apps. Apple is preparing to implement in-app events, and today called on developers to start creating in-app events in ‌App Store‌ Connect. […]
  • Apple Seeds Second macOS Monterey Release Candidate to Developers October 21, 2021
    Apple today seeded the second release candidate version of macOS Monterey, the newest version of the macOS operating system. The release candidate represents the final version of ‌macOS Monterey‌ that will be released to the public, and it comes just a few days after the first RC. The release candidate is listed as version 12.0.1, […]
  • Apple Seeds Second iPadOS 15.1 Release Candidate for iPad Mini 6 October 21, 2021
    Apple today seeded a second release candidate version of iPadOS 15.1 to developers for testing purposes, with the update coming just a few days released the first RC. This RC is only available to those who have an iPad mini 6, and there is no accompanying iOS 15.1 RC 2. Registered developers can download the […]
  • Google Lowers Play Store Subscription Fee From 30% to 15% October 21, 2021
    After lowering its Play Store commission from 30 percent to 15 percent in March, Google today announced that it is making the same change to subscription fees, an update applicable to all app developers, reports The Verge. At the current time, Google's subscription policy works like Apple's. Google collects 30 percent from a subscription during […]
 
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