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Macworld If you have multiple Macs you want to use, it can be a hassle to manage multiple keyboards, mice, and other pointing devices. What if you could use a single set of input devices to control multiple Macs—and sometimes iPads? Since Monterey, Apple has offered Universal Control for Macs and iPads, a solution for sharing keyboards and mice between two Macs. Where Universal Control doesn’t fit, you can try a hardware or software KVM, which can share a set of input devices among multiple computers. What is Universal Control? Universal Control will let you use the same keyboard and mouse for all the Macs and iPads you are working on. All you have to do to switch devices is…
Macworld If you have multiple Macs you want to use, it can be a hassle to manage multiple keyboards, mice, and other pointing devices. What if you could use a single set of input devices to control multiple Macs—and sometimes iPads? Since Monterey, Apple has offered Universal Control for Macs and iPads, a solution for sharing keyboards and mice between two Macs. Where Universal Control doesn’t fit, you can try a hardware or software KVM, which can share a set of input devices among multiple computers. What is Universal Control? Universal Control will let you use the same keyboard and mouse for all the Macs and iPads you are working on. All you have to do to switch devices is…
Last month CIRP analyzed how many Android settlers were upgrading to iPhone and found it to be at a 5-year high. Now, in a new report covering March 2022 – March 2023, CIRP found that 15% of new iPhone customers upgraded from Android. Only 4%, perhaps as a result of severe head injuries, downgraded to pretend iPhones during that time. Google’s derivative Android is slowly, inexorably bleeding out. Apple’s iPhone 14 series (left to right: flagship iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14) Michael Potuck: iPhone sees 10% more switchers than Android in the US. CIRP data on customer loyalty also corroborated Apple’s stronger iPhone pull. It found iPhone/iOS had a 94% rate of existing…
Apple today announced that iPhone users will be able to present a driver's license or ID stored in the Wallet app at participating businesses and venues starting later this year. Users will simply hold their iPhone or Apple Watch near the business's iPhone to verify their age and identity for things like alcohol, rental cars, and more. Users will be shown what information is being requested and whether the receiving party will be storing the information, according to Apple. Users will then be asked to authenticate and consent by using Face ID or Touch ID. No additional hardware beyond an iPhone is required for the business to offer this functionality. Apple announced this feature in a press release covering several…
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off in just a few hours, and, as is par for the course, there are a variety of different ways to tune in from afar. Here's how to do it.WWDC 23WWDC is a week-long event, with Apple covering all sorts of topics for developers along the way. However, the lion's share of attention is always paid to the keynote, when Apple executives will showcase what's new with the company's platforms. Read more...
Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge Apple could have a pretty big Worldwide Developers Conference next week, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. In addition to the rumored mixed reality headset and the usual updates to its operating systems, Gurman is expecting Apple to focus on “several” new Macs at the show, he said in a tweet. Gurman has already reported that a MacBook Air with a larger 15-inch screen and M2 chip is in the works, and it seems possible that could be one of the stars of the WWDC show. Apple revealed the redesigned M2-equipped 13-inch Air at last year’s WWDC, so it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Apple would once again use the event…
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