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Apple Extends 13-Inch MacBook Pro Backlight Repair Program

2021-01-17T22:04:09+01:00January 17th, 2021|Categories: Technology|Tags: |

Apple this week extended its worldwide 13-inch MacBook Pro Display Backlight Service Program, authorizing coverage for eligible notebooks for up to five years after the original purchase date or up to three years after the start date of the program, whichever is longer. The previous cutoff was four years after the original purchase date. Apple [more]

Apple Testing In-Display Fingerprint Sensor for iPhone 13, Foldable iPhone Also in the Works

2021-01-16T22:04:13+01:00January 16th, 2021|Categories: Technology|Tags: |

Apple has started "early work" on an iPhone that has a foldable display, according to a new report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Though testing of a foldable ‌iPhone‌ has begun, Apple has not committed to releasing a device that has a foldable display. Development has not yet expanded beyond a display and Apple does not [more]

Sideloading iOS Apps No Longer Possible on M1 Macs

2021-01-15T22:04:27+01:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Technology|Tags: |

Apple this week implemented a server side blocking mechanism to prevent M1 Mac owners from sideloading iOS apps that have not been made available on the Mac by iOS app developers. Image via 9to5Mac As noted by 9to5Mac, it is no longer possible to use third-party apps like iMazing to obtain an app .ipa file [more]

MagSafe is Coming Back to the Mac: A Look Back at Apple’s Original Magnetic Charging Technology

2021-01-15T22:04:18+01:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Technology|Tags: |

Surprise late night rumors last night provided us with our first in-depth look at what we can expect from the new MacBook Pro models that are coming in 2021, and there are some significant changes in the works. Along with additional ports, a new flat-edged design, and the removal of the Touch Bar, Apple's updated [more]