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  1. straycat19

    Apple tells DIY to DIE

    A few years back, iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens told El Reg that Apple had done "everything it can" to kill off third-party repair businesses. Turns out Wiens was wrong; Apple could do even more. iFixit has now found that the new Mac Pro laptops contain dormant lockouts that, if activated by Apple, would render machines repaired by third-party shops inoperable. Specifically, if the lockout mechanism is enabled, repairs to most major hardware components in the notebooks would need to be validated by a special secret software kit only available to Apple and a handful of authorize
  2. Apple is facing a new class action lawsuit claiming that it sells select iMac and MacBook models without needed dust filters. In turn, this causes issues such as display imprecations, slowing performance, and more, the lawsuit alleges. The class action suit comes from a notable foe of Apple’s… The iMac and MacBook lawsuit is being brought forward by law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, which is a class action litigation firm that has gone after Apple before. Most notably, the firm won the infamous $450 million ebooks pricing case against Apple. Since then, Hagens Berma
  3. Earlier this month, on October 9, in a report by the Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we got a preview of the tentative release schedule and the lineup that Apple potentially has in store for next year. In his report, the analyst claimed that the firm might update its MacBook lineup somewhere around the second or third quarter of 2020. He also claimed that Apple might finally be doing away with its infamous butterfly switch mechanism in its MacBooks. But that isn't anything nothing new. Indeed, the California giant has been rumored to be exploring alternatives for it in the scissor-switch mechanism
  4. If you own a MacBook Pro, you are very lucky -- they are great laptops. Unfortunately, even top computer makers, such as Apple, can experience hardware issues leading to safety concerns, and sometimes, a recall. Today, Apple announces a voluntary recall for some MacBook Pro laptops. It is quite a scary issue too -- the batteries can overheat and cause a fire. In other words, it can potentially damage property, cause injuries, and worst of all, lead to death. The current generation is not impacted thankfully; if you have a 2016-2018 MacBook Pro you can
  5. Someone got Windows 10X running on a MacBook Earlier this week, Microsoft released the first public emulator for Windows 10X, giving people the chance to play around with the new operating system. But even though Windows 10X is made for dual-screen and foldable devices, it was only a matter of time until someone figured out how to get it running on a regular old laptop. That's exactly what Twitter user @imbushuo did, getting Windows 10X running on a MacBook, of all things. You'll notice that the UI is the same a
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