Comment: Apple's Spring Loaded Event – The Good the Bad... And Almost No Ugly

The first Apple event of the year 2021 is over and Cupertino showed a lot new products. In this article, we discuss what to make of the iMac 24", the iPad Pro, the Apple TV 4K and the other announcements - and what the mtech.news editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
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Friday, Jun 25, 2021, 17:12 Economy

The App Store: How Windows 11 Could Be Dangerous For Apple

Over the past few years, Microsoft has managed to change its image from that of a "big tech company" to one more focused on diversity and defending the small guy. In Windows 11, Redmond is now whipping out the guns with what can be seen as a direct attack on Apple's "App Store tax" – which could bring the App Store to waver.
 
Friday, Jun 25, 2021, 17:12 Software

iOS 15's Second Beta's New Features

iOS 15's second beta is now available and the beta software has already been put under the microscope. We'll summarize the changes in comparison to the operating system's first beta released two weeks and a half weeks ago at the WWDC.
 
Friday, Jun 25, 2021, 10:40 Economy

Kang: Apple Sues Multiple Leakers – A New Edition In The War Of Apple Vs. Rumor Sites?

About one and a half years ago, Apple started its campaign against leakers and journalists – it backfired terribly. In addition to all of the negative press that the company received as a result of the campaign, it also lost badly in court. Now it appears as if the company is back at it again, and Kang states that Apple has contracted a law firm to silence leakers.
 
Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021, 15:34 Software

iCloud Calendar Spam Is Still A Big Problem

Several years later now, it still seems as if Apple hasn't adequately handled the problem of iCloud Calendar spam – a problem that more and more users have recently been complaining about. The only current "solutions" are workarounds, none of which actually "fix" the problem.
 
Friday, Jun 18, 2021, 14:42 Software

iPadOS 15: Files App To Receive Features Similar To macOS (Video Included)

Apple's tablets are being used more frequently as professional, productivity devices in colleges, schools, and offices. The new iPad Pro is also starting to look even more like a powerful notebook in terms of its hardware and thanks to thunderbolt, the device can effortlessly be connected with external data carriers. According to reports, Apple is expanding the File app's features in iPadOS 15 to mirror those of macOS a bit more.