The rumors are true: Apple has made a 16-inch MacBook Pro. To answer some of your likeliest questions: Yes, it’s fast; no, it’s not as big or as heavy as you think; no, there’s still no SD card reader and yes, there’s a new keyboard (hooray!). And, yes, I like it. Quite a lot.
Today, Apple released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2 for supported iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV devices. The company also released a minor update labeled iOS 12.4.3 for iPhones and iPads that saw end-of-support with last month’s iOS 13 release.
If you’ve been a fan of the Mac during the past decade, you’ve probably felt like a kid who had been an only child until their parents surprised everyone by having a baby late in life. But, this wasn’t just any new baby. The little wunderkind went on to become a straight-A student, a sports star and a decent human being loved by everyone in the community. Every once in a while, people remember that the kid has an older sibling — who they admit is pretty cool, too. That’s the Mac.
But, after more than a decade of living in the shadow of the iPhone, the Mac is having a comeback year in 2019.
One of the new features that will arrive with iOS 13 next month is support for a mouse. It should help push the iPad closer to being a true laptop replacement for many users, but YouTuber Napabar found an even better use for the feature: upgrading his iPhone X with both an original Macintosh computer and mouse.
Steve Wozniak said that “most people” should find a way to get off Facebook. Speaking to TMZ at Reagan National Airport in D.C. he raised a number of privacy concerns.
Apple is bringing Xbox and PlayStation 4 controller support to the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV this fall. It’s a big change from the select MFi Bluetooth controllers that were supported before, and it means you can now easily connect any PS4 or Xbox One controller to your device to play games on the go.