Here’s Apple’s M4 Mac Roadmap
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by Jesse Hollington
39m ago
It seems Apple doesn’t plan to waste any time moving beyond the current M3 chip into its next generation of Apple silicon. Last week, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman revealed that the first M4-powered Macs could arrive this fall, and now he’s laid out a more detailed roadmap for exactly which models are getting the M4 treatment […] Read More ..read more
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IPhone Crash Detection Feature Guides Police to Fatal Crash in New Zealand
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by Chris Hauk
9h ago
Apple’s iPhone Crash Detection feature was instrumental in helping New Zealand police find the site of a fatal off-road crash that claimed the lives of two female teenagers. Joanna Beach and Bondi Reihana Richmond were killed in a crash in Mount Richmond Forest Park, toward the northernmost of New Zealand’s south island. The duo were […] Read More ..read more
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Buying a Used iPhone? Be Sure to Check Its Service History
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by iDrop News Staff
9h ago
Purchasing a used iPhone can be a cost-effective way to upgrade without breaking the bank. However, when buying any used electronics, particularly smartphones like the iPhone, it’s critical to understand if you’re getting the benefit of your bargain. A used iPhone should still be functional and reliable over the long term, but before pulling the […] Read More ..read more
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Is 8GB of RAM Really Enough for Your Apple Silicon MacBook?
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by Jesse Hollington
9h ago
While those coming from the world of Intel Macs and PCs may automatically opt for a 16GB or better memory configuration, Apple has insisted for years that 8GB of RAM should be enough for most folks using an M-series Mac, and the company’s opinion doesn’t seem to have changed in the past four years. It […] Read More ..read more
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10 Accessibility Features Everyone Should Try
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by Sergio Velasquez
15h ago
Apple has put a lot of effort into making the iPhone as accessible to anyone as possible. Sure, it’s still not perfect, but the Cupertino company always comes up with new accessibility features and continues to add them with every new software update. If you’re someone who needs accessibility features, your iPhone almost certainly has […] Read More ..read more
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New to Notes on Mac? Here Are 10 Tips to Get Started
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by Sergio Velasquez
2d ago
While it’s still far from perfect, Apple’s Notes app for your Mac is still one of the best note-taking apps available. Not only can you write down your thoughts, your to-do list, or your homework, but it also comes with a bunch of useful features that you won’t find anywhere else. The biggest advantage of […] Read More ..read more
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How to Choose the Right Storage Capacity for Your Next iPhone
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by iDrop News Staff
3d ago
Getting the most from your iPhone storage is always a hot topic. Here at iDrop News, we’re often providing tips and tricks on how to maximize your current storage and iCloud use. We also work tirelessly to provide readers with as much information as possible on the latest iPhones. Upgrading to a new iPhone is […] Read More ..read more
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The ‘iPhone SE 4’ Could Be a Small But Significant Leap Forward
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by Jesse Hollington
4d ago
It’s been a while since we’ve heard much about Apple’s plans for its wallet-friendly iPhone SE, but now a new leaker has come forward with what appears to be a complete list of specs for the next version of Apple’s most affordable iPhone. Although most of the reports we’ve seen suggest that the so-called “iPhone […] Read More ..read more
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Browser Companies Are Not Happy With The EU Browser Choice Screen in iOS 17.4
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by Chris Hauk
4d ago
Although several third-party browsers report a jump in iPhone installs in the European Union following Apple’s changes in iOS 17.4 to comply with the EU’s Digital Markets Act, not many are pleased with Apple’s default browser choice screen. With the release of iOS 17.4 in March, Apple now allows users opening Safari for the first […] Read More ..read more
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DuckDuckGo Launches New VPN Service as Google Shutters Its Own
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by Jesse Hollington
4d ago
It’s been an interesting week for VPN services. Earlier this week, the well-known privacy-focused browser company DuckDuckGo announced the launch of a new VPN as part of its first subscription service. Then, in a surprising turn of events, Google announced that it would be shutting down its paid VPN service. Although the timing of these […] Read More ..read more
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