Apple unveils its biggest innovations during the much-hyped annual WWDC event. This year’s WWDC will start from June 13.
Over the last couple of years, Apple has sold much more iOS devices than its conventional computers, Macs. As Macs, on the whole, is a $20 bn business, it is one of the most important parts of the company’s revenue as well as reputation. To uplift Mac’s falling performance, Apple is in plans to make some big Mac announcements during its WWDC 2016.
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Apple is reported to be working on a new OS X feature that will allow users to unlock their Mac devices with iPhone’s fingerprint reader and Touch ID.
The new Mac auto-unlock feature will make use of Bluetooth LE, a faster version of the famous Bluetooth technology. The process will be much similar to what happens when you unlock your Apple Watch with your iPhone, without entering the passcode on your smartwatch screen.
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We all know that energy is important and it’s our duty to preserve it. Apple knows it very well. That’s why your Mac comes with various energy saver modes. So that when your Mac is not being used, there is minimum consumption of energy using any of these energy-minimising modes. These modes are: Energy Saver sleep mode and Energy Saver idle mode. Let’s learn more about them in detail:
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WhatsApp always aims to exceed its boundaries. Initially, it started as a mobile app for Android but then it moved on to different platforms like Windows and iOS. Then there came a time when it launched its online service dubbed WhatsApp Web for desktops. Now, the instant messaging service is trying to push those boundaries even further starting an initiative to make the app available on all platforms and to all people. You can now enjoy WhatsApp for Mac.
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Nearly all Mac users prefer to run Mac OS X in their primary language or mother tongue. However there are some polyglots, who aim to be bilingual or even trilingual. For such users, adding multiple languages to Mac OS X can have many benefits.
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If you are using Safari browser on Mac, you must’ve noticed that every time you click on to the address bar and type something to search for, a list of various search suggestions appears right in front of you.
No doubt, sometimes these search suggestions are very helpful but in most of the cases they’re irritating and completely absurd.
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Apple ID is your key to ever-expanding Apple universe. It is your license for everything you do with Apple.
You’ll need an Apple ID for everything: From buying music, videos, and games, to making a FaceTime call and setting-up Apple Pay to make online payments. Moreover, your Apple ID is used to access your iCloud data and services which include tools like iMessage, email, Reminders, Notes, Calendars, Photo storage, and so on.
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When it comes to the hardware, Apple has the habit of surprising its users forcing them to adapt new changes. Mac users clearly remember when Apple stopped including floppy and optical drives or when FireWire was discontinued. Recently, Apple decided to include non-upgradable hard drives, RAM and the Magic Trackpad 2 input device with Macbooks.
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What if something goes wrong with your Mac? If it gets stolen! Or it isn’t working at all! No doubt you can easily replace the hardware itself as you only need to spend a few extra bucks, but what about those precious photos, documents, movies, carefully amassed iTunes library, and your favorite novels?
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Last month, Apple updated its laptop offerings with an all new variant of 12-inch Macbook.
This time, the iPhone maker has come up with a few enhancements such as an upgraded processor and graphics subsystem, boosted battery life, and more color choices.
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