Ejector is a new macOS app that makes it easy to manage drives w/ your keyboard & Touch Bar

As macOS has transitioned away from the SuperDrive and the use of physical media has declined, the eject key on Mac keyboards has become essentially useless. A new app from developer Dave DeLong, however, aims to add some functionality to the key – and to your MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar.
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Is Apple Doing Enough in the Smart Home Market?

Jason Snell writing about a recent Apple hire for Macworld:

This past week we learned that the company has hired a new head of home products, which makes me ask the question: What exactly does Apple expect Sam Jadallah to do? Is his job to make deals with HomeKit partners and make the HomePod more successful? Or is this the sort of thing that happens when a company shifts gears because it realized that …περισσότερα

Fun iOS Safari Bug Lets You Trick Your Friends With Fake Website Headlines

You may or may not know this, but there’s a feature in Safari that’s designed to let you select a portion of text and send it to a friend over Messages using the Share feature in Safari.

When researching one of our tips videos, we came across this handy trick, but soon discovered that there’s another aspect to it — one that you can use to create fake website headlines that can be sent to your …περισσότερα

32-inch Fire TV Edition Smart TVs On Sale for $99.99 [Deal]

Toshiba’s and Insignia’s 32-inch Fire TV Edition Smart TVs are on sale for $99.99 today as Amazon’s Deal of the Day. That’s 41-44% off list..The televisions feature the Fire TV experience built-in and include a Voice Remote with Alexa. Features:● Control your TVUse the included Voice Remote with Alexa to easily control TV functions like power, volume, navigation, playback, and input switching—plus, easily launch into Prime Video, Netflix, HBO, and PlayStation Vue with quick access …περισσότερα

Intel Expecting Apple to Transition to Custom ARM-Based Chips Starting in 2020

Apple is planning to ditch Intel and transition to Mac chips starting in 2020, based on multiple rumors we’ve heard in the past from Bloomberg. Axios today confirmed Bloomberg’s reporting and said that multiple sources have suggested Apple will transition to custom ARM-based chips next year.

According to Axios, developers and Intel officials are expecting Apple to begin using ARM-based chips in 2020.

The move to ARM-based chips is said to be part of Apple’s effort to …περισσότερα