Apple’s 2021 Redesigned iMacs Will Be Available In Multiple Colors
Apple’s products tend to go for a more monochromatic look. This has helped their products stay relevant in terms of design for long periods of time, but some have criticized it as being a bit boring and drab. However, the good news is that Apple could be looking to bring some of their old design languages back.

Apple Silicon Powered Mac Pro Could Look Like A Bigger Mac Mini
With Apple slowly updating its Mac computers and introducing new Apple Silicon powered variants, it did not come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be planning something similar for the Mac Pro as well. We heard rumors that the use of the Apple Silicon meant that Apple could shrink down the computer.

Lenovo Updates The ThinkPad X13 and ThinkPad T-Series
Lenovo has refreshed its ThinkPad X13 ($1,139+) laptops with new ThinkPad X13 and X13 Yoga models. These laptops feature 16:10 displays with 1920×1200 or 2560×1600 resolutions, which seems like an excellent choice for battery life. Creative users have other Lenovo laptops to choose from, including the powerful ThinkPad P1 Gen3 we recently reviewed.The ThinkPad X13 series is geared towards productivity and has a full array of ports (USB-A, USB-C, HDMI, […]

Apple’s Next MacBook Pro Will Sport A New Design With HDMI And SD Card Slots
Ever since Apple introduced USB-C and Thunderbolt ports to its MacBook laptops, they did so at the expense of other ports. As much as many had hoped to see the market flooded with USB-C devices, it isn’t necessarily that case even today, and many users are still having to use dongles and docks.

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M1 Macs Are Apparently Wearing Out SSDs Faster Than Expected
One of the main reasons people choose SSDs over regular HDDs apart from speed is durability. This is because unlike regular HDDs that rely on spinning platters, SSDs have no moving components which means that technically, they should last longer than regular HDDs, but that might not be the case for Apple’s M1 computers.

This Is What A Foldable iPhone Could Look Like
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could be developing a foldable iPhone of its own, but the question is what would such a device look like? Thanks to designer Svyatoslav Alexandrov, a video has been published onto the ConceptsiPhone YouTube page that gives us a look at what such a handset could look like if it were to be made.

Chick-fil-A Starts Using iPads To Help Take Drive-Thru Orders
If you’ve ever been to a drive-thru at a fast food restaurant, you’re probably familiar with how the process works. You pull up at an intercom system, place your order, and then drive to another window to pay and collect your order. However, it seems that Chick-fil-A is looking to shake up that experience with the use of iPads.

Mysterious Malware Discovered On At Least 30,000 Macs
Given that Windows is more widely used compared to Mac, it would obviously benefit hackers and scammers to create malware designed to target Windows computers instead of Mac, but this doesn’t mean that Macs are completely safe. In fact, recently, researchers have discovered a mysterious strain of malware on at least 30,000 Mac computers.

Apple Investigating External Display Issues When Connected To M1 Mac Mini
Apple’s M1 Mac mini can be thought of as the company’s first M1 powered desktop computer. However, it’s not necessarily a complete system as you would need to provide your own monitor, but now it seems that some M1 Mac mini users are experiencing some weird display glitches when they do.

A Professional Photographer Puts Apple’s M1 Chipsets To The Test
With Apple’s new M1 chipsets, many professionals are wondering how it holds up compared to Intel’s processors. After all, Intel has been more or less the industry standard for a while, and changing to a brand new platform could have the potential to negatively impact a professional’s workflow.

Apple Reportedly Planning An Event For March 16
There have been rumors suggesting that Apple could have new iPads in the works with mini LED displays, and also that there could be a new AirTags tracking accessory. So the question is, when will these products be announced? Turns out it could be in the next few weeks, or so the latest rumors are claiming.

NVIDIA To Limit Consumer GPU Crypto-Mining Performance, Launches Mining GPUs
The gaming GPU market has been in turmoil during the past months because crypto-miners are snatching all the GPU supplies. This buying surge has created broad discontent among potential GPU buyers who can’t get their hands on the latest NVIDIA GPUs, and definitely not at an “affordable” price.A good example of that is the uproar that followed the recent Zotac post about GPU mining, representing exactly what NVIDIA wants to […]

ZOTAC’s GPU Mining Post Just Ticked Off A Lot Of PC Gamers
In order to build a rig powerful enough to mine for cryptocurrency like bitcoin, you would need high-end GPUs. This has proven to be a problem over the years as miners have been snapping up supply of GPUs, much to the annoyance of gamers who simply want to build a gaming rig and play their games.

Chrome OS Will Be Getting A Native Screen Recording Tool
When it comes to a lot of tasks on our computers, more often than not we turn to third-party apps and tools for certain tasks. This is because it’s not reasonable to expect companies like Apple, Microsoft, or Google to include every possible feature, plus sometimes not all native solutions work the best.

First Malware Targeting The M1 Chipset Has Been Discovered
Apple’s M1 chipset is relatively new and as such, it could be considered “safe” from malware, or at least that’s what we thought. According to security researcher Patrick Wardle, it seems that he has discovered that there are at least two different strains of malware that are targeting the M1 chipset.

More Proof That The Next iPhone Could Have A 120Hz ProMotion Display
For a while, it has been rumored that Apple could be looking to introduce a 120Hz ProMotion display to the iPhone. The latest rumors are suggesting that this feature could actually debut with the 2021 iPhone, and now a patent discovered by Patently Apple seems to provide more evidence of this happening.

Possible M1X Chipset Spotted On Benchmark Site
Apple’s M1 chipset was used in some of last year’s Mac computers. We expect that the company will most likely introduce a new version this year, kind of like how they’ve been doing with the iPhone and iPad’s A-series chipsets, but what could the new model be? What kind of specs are we talking about?

Apple’s iPads Are About To Get A Microphone Privacy Feature In iOS 14.5
Last year, it was discovered that with the newer iPad Pro models, Apple introduced a privacy feature for the tablet’s microphone where when the cover of the iPad Pro’s case was closed, it would disconnect the microphone. The idea is that it would prevent any potential issues where the microphone could be hijacked and used to spy on users without their knowledge.

Microsoft Edge Gets A New Kids Mode
With there being so much content on the internet, we totally get it if parents are a bit wary and skeptical about having their kids surf the web without any kind of supervision. However, if you’re a parent and want to better protect your kid from the darker corners of the web, Microsoft’s Edge browser could be worth looking into.

It Could Soon Be A Lot Easier For Chrome OS Users To Access Google Photos
In the tech world, it’s not surprising to see companies “borrow” ideas from each other for their own products and services. Take for example Chrome OS which allows users to run Android apps, something that Apple has borrowed for its M1 Mac computers. Now it seems that Google could also be borrowing something of Apple’s in return.