Apple has now launched a free USB-C charge cable replacement program for the 12-inch MacBook (2015 model) as well as those cables that were purchased as a standalone accessory. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to find out if the apps installed on your Mac are affected by Sparkle vulnerability and what to do to fix the problem.

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Available to download today is beta 3 of watchOS 2.2 for the Apple Watch, tvOS 9.2 for the new Apple TV 4, and OS X 10.11.4 that installs across Apple’s iMac and MacBook computers. Here is what is new in these updates.

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Speedster app for OS X allows you to natively test your Internet connection speed on a Mac without a web browser. The app is free to download with an in-app purchase option for unlocking additional features.

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Here are step by step instructions on how to set an animated GIF image as a wallpaper on your OS X-powered Mac using GIFPaper utility.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to disable password prompts on Mac App Store in OS X for downloading free apps without entering the Apple ID password again and again.

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Here’s how you can add functionality similar to iOS 9.3’s Night Shift feature to Mac OS X, Windows or Android device, reducing eye strain from constantly looking at their screens.

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A new report is hinting at what could be Apple’s 2016 roadmap for updated MacBook, MacBook Air and Pro models. Check out the details right here.

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Apple has decided to recall some faulty Mac and iOS AC power adapters due to concerns of electrical shock risk to the user. Check to see if your adapter is affected and needs a free replacement.

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If Safari web browser is crashing for you on iPhone, iPad (iOS) or your Mac (OS X), here’s a temporary fix to solve the problem until Apple rolls out an official permanent solution.

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During Apple’s quarterly earnings call, the company announced the milestone of 1 billion active devices being used worldwide, which includes every iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch that has engaged with the company’s services within the last 90 days.

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Apple has just posted its 2016 Q1 results, and it’s been yet another stellar quarter for the company from Cupertino. Amid constant rumors that Apple’s flagship smartphone, the iPhone 6s/6s Plus isn’t doing as well as the company had hoped, Apple has once again produced numbers that its competition can only dream of.

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It’s been another big download day of beta releases for Apple, with new beta 2 versions of OS X 10.11.4, watchOS 2.2 and tvOS 9.2 having been pushed out for testing.

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Following on from the hours of countless fun that users had with the “effective power” text messaging bug that caused iPhones to crash at will, there’s now a new crashing solution doing the rounds. Here are the details.

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Apple has acknowledged the issue of Safari on OS X not resolving shortened links by Twitter, plans to release a fix for it soon. Here are the full details.

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Apple has launched its ‘Get Productive’ apps sale initiative, offering more than 50-percent discount on popular iOS and Mac titles. The offer is available for a limited time only.

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Remote Buddy Display is an app that allows the remote mirroring and control of a Mac from the new Apple TV using its Siri Remote, turning it into a Remote Desktop solution.

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Final version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 is now available to download for public consumption. Here’s everything that is new in this release.

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Apple has announced that its free ad-supported iTunes Radio service will be closing down. A notice sent out to customers of the service is telling them that the free-of-charge service will be discontinued by the end of January.

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Apple today has made available for download iOS 9.3 Beta 1.1 for developers, and Public Beta 1 to those registered on the public beta program. Here are the details.

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