20 Years Of Mac OS X & The Beginning Of A New Era For Mac

Exactly 20 years ago, the time had come for Apple to let loose a completely new generation of Mac OS – Mac OS X. After a months-long public beta, the final version of Mac OS X 10.0.0 was released, only to receive a mixed response. Although the operating system certainly showed potential, it also came with several serious weaknesses – leading to difficulties with productive use.
Thursday, Mar 25, 2021, 14:46 Mac: Software
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Tuesday, Oct 26, 2021, 16:26 Mac: Hardware

20 Years Ago – The First iPod

Twenty years have passed since Apple released a product that would permanently change the company. In October 2001, Cupertino revealed the first iPod, revolutionizing the music industry. In the rest of this article, we'll look back at two decades of the iPod and show an exciting prototype from 2001.
 
Wednesday, Oct 20, 2021, 14:49 Hardware

Audio News: The New AirPods 3 & Apple Music Voice Plan

The end to the long wait finally arrived during Apple's "Unleashed" event when Cupertino revealed the AirPods 3. Along with offering an entire new row of features and lasting longer, the latest AirPods differ considerably in terms of appearance. As well as showing off the new AirPods, Apple also presented the "Apple Music Voice Plan".
 
Monday, Aug 16, 2021, 22:35 Tips & Reports

Tip: How To Set Which HomePod Siri Should Use

Anyone who owns more than one HomePod is familiar with the following problem: when the command "Hey Siri" is issued, only one HomePod will ever respond. This is a bit annoying if you have multiple HomePods and want to use Siri with a device in a different room. However, a simple trick can remedy the situation.
 
Monday, Jul 19, 2021, 16:59 iOS: Software

Trojan Virus "Pegasus": Arrives On iPhone Per Zero Click & iMessage Flaw – iOS 14.6 Also Affected

The "Pegasus" trojan horse virus is back in the spotlight. Authoritarian regimes have used the spyware (intended for use against terrorists and criminals) to monitor up to 50,000 human rights activists, lawyers, and journalists. The Israeli programmer of the software has apparently taken advantage of a hole in iMessage, amongst other things.
 
Thursday, Jul 15, 2021, 18:46 Others

Spotify Blocking Users Who Capture Music

Spotify is currently sending emails to subscribers who have used specific programs to record songs from Spotify. The company is requesting that users who have received such an email contact Spotify support and promise not to do so again. However, some users see it as their right within the service that they pay for.