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Apple Releases New Version of 30W USB-C Power Adapter, But Changes Unclear

Apple today quietly released a new version of its 30W USB-C power adapter with the model number MY1W2AM/A. The outward

Apple Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Apple Store App With Balloons

It's been 10 years since the launch of the Apple Store app, and to celebrate, Apple has a little hidden

Apple Shares Requirements for Default Third-Party Browser and Email Apps With Developers

Apple in iOS 14 plans to allow users to set a third-party app as the default email or browser app

Microsoft to end Cortana support for iOS, Android, Harman Kardon Invoke speaker

Owners of the speakers are entitled to a $50 gift card

Microsoft to end Cortana support for iOS, Android, Harman Kardon Invoke speaker

Owners of the speakers are entitled to a $50 gift card

MacRumors Giveaway: Win an iPad Pro Case From Pad & Quill

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Pad & Quill to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a

Should you or shouldn’t you force quit iOS apps?

If you are force quitting apps on your iOS device, then stop. It does not help battery life or performance.

Apple Picks Up Werner Herzog Documentary ‘Fireball’ for Apple TV+

Werner Herzog's newest documentary, "Fireball," is set to premiere on Apple TV+ after Apple acquired the rights to the film,

How to share passwords privately with AirDrop

There's a super easy and private way to share Apple passwords: AirDrop. We show you how it's done in iOS 13.

Apple Targeted in Multi-State Consumer Protection Investigation

Several states have undertaken an investigation that is seeking to determine whether Apple deceived customers, according to documents discovered by

New Images of Rumored ‘iPhone 12’ Braided Lightning to USB-C Cable Emerge [Update: Black Cable Could Be for iMac Pro]

According to leaks, Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 models could ship with a new Lightning to USB-C cable that includes a

Google needs to get back to basics with Android. Why? Take a look at iOS 14

In its 14th update, Apple may have gained the upper hand in the Android-iOS war

The best emergency apps for iOS and Android

Our pick of emergency apps includes must-have apps for personal safety, travel, natural disasters, and more.

Microsoft upgrades its Outlook apps for improved after-hours working

Put yourself in better control of your workday

iPhone 12 Could Ship With New Braided USB-C to Lightning Cable

Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 models could ship with a new Lightning to USB-C cable that includes a braided fabric design,

Apple Pledges More Than $400 Million Towards Affordable Housing Initiatives in California This Year

Apple today announced that it is allocating more than $400 million toward affordable housing projects and homeowner assistance programs in

The best UV sanitizers for your smartphone

Because it's critical to keep your phone clean, we round up the best UV sanitizers to zap smartphone germs.

Arm-Intel-PowerPC Universal Binaries are Possible

Casual MacRumors visitors may not realize that we have a very active PowerPC forum where users discuss issues related to

Apple Updates iWork Apps for Mac for iBooks Author Transition, YouTube and Vimeo Embeds [Update: iWork for iOS Apps Updated Too]

Apple today updated its iWork apps for the Mac to version 10.1, introducing new features for Pages, Keynote, and Numbers.The

Fujifilm Releases Webcam Software for macOS

Fujifilm has released its software for Mac that enables its X-series mirrorless cameras to be used as high-quality webcams.The Fujifilm

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The ChronoWatch has full color display, 16 functions, and costs just $36.99

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus hands-on: A cunning copycat

Samsung's refreshed flagship Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a refined and elegant piece of hardware that promises productivity.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live review: Bold beans battle the AirPods

Samsung braved uncharted territory with the Galaxy Buds Live, at a time when everyone is following Apple's lead.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hands-on: Flagship power and style

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a beast of a phone that targets professionals, gamers, and geeks. Is it