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Intel‘s new ‘Comet Lake-H‘ processors are best suited for the 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple has not announced an upgrade to the 16-inch MacBook Pro released late last year. But when it does sometime down the road, it‘s likely to include the new CPU that Intel just announced. The ‘10th Gen Intel Core-H Series,‘ as it is officially named (or ‘Comet Lake-H‘ as the hardware enthusiasts call it) will offer clock speeds over 5GHz.Intel calls it the ‘world‘s fastest mobile processor‘ and

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How to check if your Mac‘s software is 32- or 64-bit

MacOS 10.14 Mojave, the version of the Mac operating system before the new macOS Catalina, is the last version that supports 32-bit software. With Catalina, only 64-bit software will be supported.Catalina is hereand if you decide to upgrade to the new macOS, you need to do a bit more than usual to prepare your Mac. You need to make sure your apps are 64-bit versions. If your app is a 32-bit version, it will not work. Apple Apple actually start

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These 17 movies will be available online early to help ease your coronavirus anxiety

The Call of the Wild, Onward, Bad Boys for Life, and more are available to rent or buy from streaming services way ahead of schedule.

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Apple‘s event calendar: When is the next Apple event?

Updated 4/03/20:Updated with the latest news and predictions about Apple events this year.Apple doesn‘t often participate in big industry-wide events like CES or E3. The most valuable company in the world holds itsown events, thank you very much. Several times a year, Apple invites the press and industry professionals out to a theater to hear all about its latest products and services. Apple calls these ‘Special Events,‘ ands

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Apple TV+ originals: The first season of Home Before Dark is now available

Apple is planting its own flag in the streaming wars with Apple TV+, its in-house streaming service that features only original programming-no reruns of hit TV shows or last year‘s blockbuster movies.The company is said to be spending several billion dollars a year on original programming. That‘s a lot of TV! Apple is attracting some of the best talent in TV and film production, including huge stars and directors, and locking down

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Here are all the Apple Arcade games that support controllers

Apple Arcade is here, and you can play some of the subscription service‘s many games with select models of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers as well as Mfi (Made for iOS) controllers!During Apple Arcade‘s announcement, though, Apple gave the impression that all Apple Arcade games would work with gamepads (in part because the service will eventually also come to macOS and tvOS), but it turns out that‘s not entirely true.

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The best online film festivals and virtual art house movie screenings

SXSW, the Ashland International Film Festival, Film Forum, and more are turning to virtual screenings in the wake of COVID-19.

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2020 iPhone SE preview: Price, specs, size and everything else we think we know

The launch of the iPhone 12 may be very much in limbo due to the effects of the coronavirus, but that‘s probablynot the only handset Apple is launching in 2020. According to a flood of well-sourced leaks and reports, a new entry-level phone that resurrects the beloved iPhone SE is due to arrive very soon.Here‘s everything we know about the new budget iPhone:Name After rumors initially pegged the name of Apple‘s new phone as t

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macOS Catalina: How to delete images from manually-created albums in Photos

The latest version of macOS, Catalina, has a lot of quirks (to put it nicely). One crops up in Photos when you‘re working with manually created albums-those are albums into which you choose which images and videos appear, as opposed to smart albums, which rely on search criteria.In Mojave and earlier versions of macOS, you could select one or more images in the album and either right-click to Delete X Images or use the menu itemImage De

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Apple‘s in-app purchase deal with Amazon could be a big deal for the App Store

One of the defining characteristics of Apple‘s ecosystem over the last decade has been its carefully curated nature-what critics refer to as the ‘walled garden.‘ The idea being, essentially, that if you don‘t like the way Apple runs its extremely popular platforms, you can take a hike.Over time, Apple has loosened and even removed some of its restrictions, sometimes officially and other times merely tacitly. But many ha

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How to use a digital camera, camcorder, or GoPro as a webcam

Webcams are hard to find. But if you have a dSLR camera, GoPro, or camcorder lying about, you may be able to conscript it for the same purpose.

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theBin review: Alternative macOS Trash manager makes purging files more fun

After first being introduced as the ‘Wastebasket‘ in 1982 with the Lisa, Apple forever cemented the concept in the hearts of personal computer users by porting it onto the Macintosh two years later. Renamed as simply Trash, this unassuming file directory has helped users with file deletion for nearly four decades.But for such an important feature, relatively little has changed over the years-most notably, a Finder preference introd

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Apple AirTags: What are they and when are they coming?

Apple does a lot to help us find misplaced iPhones, Apple Watches, and iPads, and rumors strongly suggest that Apple is currently working on a Tile-like device that will allow us to find other items as well. Here‘s everything we know so far.The latest rumor: AirTags referenced in Apple support video Apple isn‘t trying too hard to hide the existence of AirTags. In April of 2020, Apple uploaded a support video to its YouTube account

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Intel‘s new ‘Comet Lake-H‘ chips are suited for the 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple has not announced an upgrade to the 16-inch MacBook Pro released late last year. But when it does sometime down the road, it‘s likely to include the new CPU that Intel just announced. The ‘10th Gen Intel Core-H Series,‘ as it is officially named (or ‘Comet Lake-H‘ as the hardware enthusiasts call it) will offer clock speeds over 5GHz.Intel calls it the ‘world‘s fastest mobile processor‘ and

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The new 35 Blink Mini indoor camera is Blink‘s least expensive cam yet

Coming later this month, the diminutive Blink Mini is set to compete with such budget security cams as the 20 Wyze Cam v2.

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How to stop iPhone videos from turning into a blurry mess on Android phones (and vice versa)

Sadly, our friends don‘t all have iPhones. That means some of our Message chats are peppered with green bubbles and send over regular SMS instead of via Apple‘s ultra-fast iMessage system. But it‘s not just the color and speed that makes iMessage superior: it‘s also the clarity and downright watchability when dealing with videos.If you thought the latest Game of Thrones episode was hard to see, clearly you‘ve neve

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A close look at the MacBook Air

Apple‘s new MacBook Air is here. We put it through its paces, and we talk about Apple latest laptop on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.This is episode 692 with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.Listen toepisode 692 To read this article in full, please click here

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ATSC 3.0 could usher in a new kind of TV bundle for cord-cutters

An ATSC 3.0 broadcaster aims to sell 80 over-the-air channels for under 50 per month.

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How to make sure the Play/Pause button works on your Mac

At one point in macOS history, if you had a Play/Pause button on your keyboard, it kept ‘focus‘ on whatever the last music app you used was. Then Apple broadened that to include anything with a music player. You could be in iTunes and use the keyboard to pause playback, then switch to YouTube in a browser, press play, and the keyboard would help you play and pause there, too.Or at least most of the time. In my experience and that o

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How to make Group FaceTime calls on the iPhone, iPad, or Mac

Video conferencing is bigger than it‘s even been now that we‘re all keeping our distance from one another, and with Group FaceTime, Apple has an appealing option of its own-provided everyone on the call has either an iPhone, iPad, and Mac. If you‘ve been put off by all the iffy privacy decisions being made by popular alternatives like Zoom, this should come as an especially welcome alternative.It‘s free, it‘s real

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Blurams Outdoor Pro review: an affordable outdoor security camera with excellent AI features

With strong human detection and facial recognition that trumps bigger camera brands, the Blurams Outdoor Pro is a great (and affordable) security camera.

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Best online tax-filing software 2020: TurboTax, H&R Block, TaxAct, and TaxSlayer compared

Online tax-filing programs can help you file your taxes with the IRS, easily and conveniently, and in some cases, for free.

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The best wireless chargers for iPhone

Beginning with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, Apple added wireless charging to the iPhone. That continued with the iPhone XS and iPhone XRand now the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Essentially, every new iPhone since the fall of 2017 supports wireless charging.To read this article in full, please click here

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Braven BVR-XXL/2 Bluetooth speaker review: Gigantor lays down the beat

If you appreciate volume, thump, and durability in a speaker, the Braven BVR-XXL/2 should be at the top of your short list. It‘s IPX5 rated, sounds good for the weatherized category, and even features a magnetic bottle opener.

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