Tag Archives: Mac

More WikiLeaks documents detail Mac-related CIA exploits

Today, WikiLeaks continues to leak more information in what they call their “Vault 7” series which covers CIA-related programs that were built to breach into Mac computers. Today’s leak goes beyond iOS devices into more complex hardware such as Macs. The leakers claim that the CIA has Mac-related vulnerabilities that “persists even if the operating…

Apple seeds macOS 10.12.3 beta 2 to developers

Today Apple has seeded its second beta of macOS 10.12.3 to developers. We’re unsure what’s new in the beta but we’ll keep you updated if we find more information. The update is currently available for beta testers for now. It’s not recommended to install this beta unless you’re an actual developer as there’s no reverting back without data…

Apple releases macOS 10.12.2 to the public

Today Apple has released macOS 10.12.2 to the public. The new update adds some notable features such as support for Unicode 9 emojis, new wallpapers, and some fixes to Auto Unlock. Likely due to battery life complaints from the latest MacBook Pro, this version of macOS also removes the ‘battery remaining’ indicator from the system. This update also…

Apple updates Photos app on iCloud.com with navigation improvements

Today Apple has updated its iCloud Photos web app with some new navigation improvements, MacMagazine noted. The Photos web app lets users access their iCloud Photo Library through the web on a Mac or Windows computer. Launched in a beta state (beta.icloud.com), the new Photos app features a sidebar and thumbnail scrubber like its native counterpart on…

Apple seeds its first macOS 10.12.2 beta to developers

Today Apple has seeded its first beta of macOS 10.12.2 to developers. We’re unsure what’s new in the beta but we’ll keep you updated if we find more information. The update is currently available for only developers.  It’s not recommended to install this beta unless you’re an actual developer as there’s no reverting back without data loss. Those…

KGI: New 13-inch MacBook along with 13-inch MacBook Pro coming next week, iMac and standalone 5K display coming early next year

Apple analyst KGI has released a report on Saturday outing what they believe is Apple’s Mac roadmap ahead of the company’s media event on October 27. The report says Apple will be releasing three Mac laptops at the event, a new 13-inch MacBook, 13-inch MacBook Pro and 15-inch MacBook Pro. It goes on to say that Apple will not be releasing a new iMac…