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  • M2 MacBook Air could hit shelves on July 15, with preorders on July 8

    If it is anything at all like the M2 MacBook Pro with slow hard drives I would say forget it and that Apple is now 100 percent about ripping people off. Yes, Apple, we see what you are doing with the M2 do you think we are stupid???
  • New 'PacMan' flaw in Apple Silicon is an echo of Spectre and Meltdown

    Good luck with this exploit unless they have physical access to your device:

     More than that, actually carrying out the PACMAN attack requires physical access to a device, meaning the average Mac user isn't going to be at risk of exploit.”
  • Everything Apple Sherlocked in macOS Ventura, iOS 16, and iPadOS 16

    The M2 MacBook Pro has no updated camera.  Why would they do this? I love the Camo App. Works perfectly on my 2013 MBP with Mojave and iPhone mini.
  • Apple's AR & VR headset not expected at WWDC, launch in 2023 instead

    Big mistake. Steve Jobs would have done it. The first iPhone launched barely worked when he showed it. Meta will instead be seen as the forerunner in this space. Dumb…
  • Apple fails bid to shut down refiled Cydia antitrust lawsuit

    Apple has traditionally been a very conservative company. What I mean by that is they have largely shut out outside opinion. This is one of the reasons why their products are so amazing. They make products that work because they understand that devices need to work intuitively and flawlessly. But, they can learn a thing or two from other developers. They only started listening to their customers recently. That’s why you have products now like the Mac studio and the new MBP. I have been following Apple and Apple Insider since 1998? I started using Apple II’s with Cubase to write music in 1988. I’m one of the biggest Apple fans in existence. I use to use Cydia on my iPhone 3GS on upward. It was very stable but at the same time, like what Apple said it wasn’t safe. But, there was so much innovation within Cydia developers that Apple stole quite a lot from it. Many of the control panels we see now didn’t exist before Cydia. It’s pretty much impossible to get Cydia on iPhones these days. And that’s exactly why we haven’t really had many changes or new features on the iPhone in quite a long time.  Apple is one of the best and most innovative companies in the world. They can do whatever they want and I’d be happy.