iPhones, iPads, and Macs wide open
Apple released fixes for two critical zero-day vulnerabilities in iPhones, iPads, and Macs that give hackers dangerous access to the devices internals.
Impossible to detect
Eset Researchers have uncovered advanced, never-before-seen macOS malware that was installed using exploits that were almost impossible for most users to detect or stop once the users landed on a malicious website.
Writing too much
Twitter and the MacRumors forums are full of users reporting that M1 Macs are experiencing extremely high drive writes over a short space of time.
Saves you lots of time
While Apple fanboys insist that there is no Mac malware out there, a former National Security Agency former hacker has been recycling mac malware to carry out new missions.
Even though it said users didn’t want it
Fruity cargo cult Apple is merging its iPhone and Mac Apps by 2021 despite previously saying users did not want it.
Apple blocks Steam Apps
Apple has blocked the plans of the biggest distributor of PC-based video games to extend its reach into iPhones because, while it would give users access to a lot of games, Steam did not want to gut its bottom line and give Apple all its profits.
Backwards compatiblity is for proper computers
Apple has begun warning its users that their favourite 32-bit apps will soon not work on MacOS.
No need to cross shark infested waters
Microsoft has finally come up with software which will allow refugees from the autocratic Apple cult escape the clutches of a company that does not really care about them any more.
MateBook running Windows 10 far better than iOS
The smug bloke who championed the Mac computer has defected to Huawei and is peddling its MateBook instead.