Face ID is the future of authentication, at least on the iPhone, starting with the iPhone X. But the TrueDepth camera is likely coming to other Apple products in the near future, including iPads and MacBooks. Many people will say that Apple did not invent facial recognition and the iPhone X isn’t the only device that can do it. We’ve had face unlock on Android for years, and Microsoft unveiled its own face recognition system for Windows computers. But are they really any good?
Apple has a long tradition in releasing products with stunning design. The iMac, iPhone 4, and MacBook Air are just a few examples. The next iconic design came this year...
Do smaller storage options cut it for Apple's most popular hardware? Here's my (maybe surprising) answer.
So you bought the latest and greatest MacBook Pro because, hey, it's the latest and greatest. You figured, "nah, I'm good with USB-C; I'll dongle my life away until everyone else gets on board with Apple's vision!" Then you worked with it for a few months, denying that anything was wrong. You thought, "I can make this work. Everything is fine. Everything is A-OK
One way to make sure no one's listening in on your private conversations? Drop the mics. Literally.
For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with iSkelter to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win either a Pilot LapDesk or a Slate Color LapDesk, both of which are designed to be mobile workspaces that can hold an iPad, MacBook, iPhone, and more.
Incipio and Incase Offering 15% Off Sitewide Sales on iPhone X Cases, Qi Mats, MacBook Sleeves, and More
Accessory makers Incipio and Incase are offering 15 percent off sales across each of their respective online storefronts, so if you're still on the hunt for holiday tech gifts this could be the right time to make a purchase. Incipio and Incase offer a variety of items, including iPhone X and iPhone 8 cases, wireless chargers, battery packs, MacBook bags and sleeves, Apple Watch bands, and more.
I lose things. Lots and lots of things - my keys (in the couch), my jackets (inside taxis). Once I left my MacBook behind in a Subway restaurant during the Occupy Wall Street protests. I was lucky; the next morning I found it sitting there untouched underneath a chair as the staff served breakfast. I'll admit it. When it comes to keeping track of my stuff, I could use some help. But dearest friends, family, and coworkers, whatever you're thinking, do not buy me a Tile.
Lattepanda has created a new mini PC roughly the size of two Raspberry Pi systems which is equipped with an Intel Core m3 processor the same as Apple uses in its MacBook. Providing support for both Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system and Linux if preferred. The mini PC is also equipped with support for