Tag: Mac

MacStadium now offers the M1 Mac mini

MacStadium, a company which has done a good job over the past eight years in Mac hosting, using actual Mac mini and Mac Pro hardware in various data centres over the world is now starting to rollout the option of the new Mac mini M1 to customers. MacStadium is offering the Mac mini in 8GB or 16GB configurations and can be purchased online, from $99 per month (£72.73) / €99. […]

Some new M1 Macs are seeing Bluetooth issues

The new M1 based Macs have been out with customers for about a week now and some users are reporting issues with Bluetooth. Issues with some accessories not working all together or some devices being intermittent. Originally reported by MacRumors who have said that users affected have been sharing the issues on Reddit and the MacRumors forums and that the models affected are the M1 models so the MacBook Air, […]

Google has a new version of Chrome designed for Apple Silicon Macs

This week, to coincide with the release of the brand new line of M1 Macs from Apple, the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini – Google is releasing a new version of Chrome to run natively on Apple Silicon Macs, with Chrome version 87. Instead of releasing a universal app, Google has chosen to offer two different versions, both offered at the download page. When you visit the webpage […]

Adobe releases beta of Photoshop for Apple Silicon Macs

Yesterday, just ahead of todays day for the new M1 Macs to be available, Adobe released the first beta of Photoshop specially designed for Apple Silicon and naturally the new version requires you to have a Mac with Apple Silicon and the latest version of Creative Cloud desktop (version 5.3.1.470 or newer) Adobe has said that there is a new limitations, and that “many features” are not available so if […]

macOS Big Sur seems to be bricking some older MacBook Pro models

Apple released macOS Big Sur last week and while it had some issues getting to everyone and also causing some repercussions for other Apple services, Big Sur now seems to be bricking some older models of MacBook Pro, specially ones from late 2013 and mid 2014 for the 13-inch version. Some customers have had mixed results, with Apple saying there is a known issue and Engadget reached out to Apple which said […]

Microsoft now has a beta version of Office for Mac with support for Apple Silicon

Earlier this week, Apple announced the new M1 chip for Mac, and it is already in the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13-inch and Mac mini. Apps do need to be updated to support the new models, otherwise they’ll be emulated using Rosetta 2 and earlier this week Microsoft has released the first beta of Office for Mac with support for the new chips. Learn more here about the Office […]

Apple announces new Mac mini, powered by Apple Silicon

Yesterday, Apple announced the new M1 chip for the Mac, its start for replacing Intel in its lineup and as well as making its way into the MacBook Air, it is now also in the 2020 Mac mini. We haven’t seen any update for the Mac mini since it was refreshed back in 2018 and the move to Apple Silicon is most likely why. The Mac mini is very popular […]

Apple announces the M1 chip for new Mac models

Apple today announced three new Mac models, a new MacBook Air, new 13-inch MacBook Pro and new Mac mini all powered by Apple Silicon for the first time. A lot of anticipation was about exactly what chips Apple would use, would they just use A14 chips from the latest iPad and iPhone or would it be something else. Now we know, Apple has a new line of chips with the […]

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta to developers

Apple revealed macOS Big Sur back in June at this years WWDC, we haven’t had any concrete time for the release of the new OS yet which is expected as if Apple is going to have a separate Mac based event in November like the rumours suggest, then releasing macOS Big Sur at the same time makes sense. With the design of macOS Big Sur, Apple has taken some cues […]

Apple launches refreshed 27-inch iMac for 2020

This week Apple has refreshed the 27-inch iMac and left the 21-inch iMac as it is for now. The new iMac has the exact same design as the past iMacs from 2012 onwards but it now has a lot of little improvements to bring it closer in line with some of the newer MacBooks which have been launched recently. For example, new 10th generation Intel processors are now here, along […]