Dark modes are things that not all apps support but if we had our way, they absolutely would, and now it appears that macOS 10.14 as a whole may have a dark mode of its own when it is announced during the June 4th WWDC event.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is still against the idea of merging the Mac and iPad to create one software and hardware experience and he explains why in a new interview.

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Here’s how you can get 200GB of free iCloud storage, though it’s only applicable if you are a student and your education institution supports it. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to check for 32-bit Mac apps on your computer in macOS before Apple drops support and goes 64-bit only.

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Fortnite 3.5.1 update along with patch notes is now available to download. Here are the details on the release.

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Here’s latest Fortnite server status update. PS4 login issues will continue even after service begins restoring within next couple of hours.

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You can add any Mac app to the Dock, and as AirDrop is essentially just a macOS app like any other, there is no reason you cannot add it to the Dock, too. Here’s how to do exactly that.

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According to a recent report, which has originated from an internal trip to Apple’s Cupertino campus, Apple is looking likely to introduce its revamped modular Mac Pro to the world during the course of 2019 instead of 2018.

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You can now get an updated iTunes 12.6.4.3 download with App Store on both Windows and Mac. Here are the details.

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Apple has just made available to download macOS 10.13.5 beta 1 to developers registered on Apple Developer Program portal. Here are the details.

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It has been a rumor for as long as we can remember, but we now have the closest thing to confirmation yet – Apple is planning to ditch Intel as the CPU manufacturer for its Mac computers as of 2020, according to a new report.

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Here’s how to go about using iMessage Business Chat feature in iOS 11.3 or later on your iPhone, iPad (or even Mac running macOS 10.13.4).

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