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Try MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar On Your Current MacBook With This App

The biggest highlight of the new 2016 MacBook Pro is the Touch Bar. While Apple has yet to ship the Touch Bar equipped notebooks to the public there is an easy way through which you can somewhat try this new feature out on your current MacBook or even an iMac. In order to test the Touch Bar you need to install an app on your Mac. The on-screen ‘Touch Bar’ will look and function same as the physical...

Enable Hidden Debug Menus In macOS Apps With These Terminal Commands

Just like any software developer Apple has hidden debug menus in its operating system and apps that are used during the development and maintenance of the software. And these debug menus and options have been accessible to normal users for a while. To gain access to them all you need to do is enter a few...

Renders Show Us How iMac Keyboard With Touch Bar Might Look Like

The new 2016 MacBook Pros feature a Touch Bar, which replaces the traditional physical Function key row with context based on-screen buttons. The bar is capable of displaying buttons to the user based on the app that is currently running on the screen. It also features a Touch ID fingerprint sensor that can...

How to Enable Mac Startup Chime On The New 2016 MacBook Pro

The new late 2016 MacBook Pro models come with a beautiful design and impressive features, however there is something about these new devices that some users won’t like. The new MacBook Pros offer an automatic boot feature, which causes the notebook to turn on automatically when the lid is opened. While that is useful, for some reason due to this feature Apple has removed the iconic Mac startup...

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Buy The Non-Touch Bar 2016 MacBook Pro

At its recent media event Apple announced three new MacBook Pro models. While two of the models feature revolutionary new Touch Bar and the Touch ID sensor, the third model, which is a 13-inch model lacks both of these features. This specific model is supposed to be a ‘budget’ MacBook supposed to cater those who need the Fn keys or cannot afford the $1799 model. Even though Apple is marketing...

5 Things Apple Killed With The New MacBook Pro Today

The new MacBook Pro launched at its exclusive Apple event. The new notebook is a trend setter with its amazing new features that include a Touch Bar, Touch ID sensor, 2nd-generation butterfly mechanism keyboard, faster performance and thinner design. While the comments launch of this new device has garnered are mostly positive there is some justified criticism too that focuses on the things that were dropped...

Is The MacBook Air Dead? No, But It’s Days Are Numbered

When the MacBook Air was first introduced in 2008, it was unlike anything that we had ever seen before. Steve Jobs showed how incredibly thin the MacBook Air was by pulling it out of an envelope; and we were sold! There were some drawbacks, most notably the lack of speed, but with the MacBook Air, you could bring a Mac with you practically anywhere. And so, with the original MacBook soon being discontinued,...

Apple Announces The New MacBook Pro With Touch Bar, New Design, New Keyboard And More

As expected Apple has announced new models for the MacBook Pro lineup. The new notebook brings a number of big features and design improvements to the MacBook. Perhaps the most notable feature of the new device is the Touch Bar, which is essentially a touchscreen strip that displays contextual controls to the users. When compared with the previous generation the new MacBook is more powerful, 17 percent...

Apple Accidentally Leaks The New Macbook Pro With a Touch Bar, Touch ID Sensor And More

Apple is a company known for keeping its products secret until their announcement and making a splash with a big keynote event. While the company strives to keep things a surprise for its huge fanbase, it is certainly not immune to blunders. In its recently released macOS Sierra 10.12.1 update the company seems to have included a few images of the unannounced Macbook Pro. The new device that features a...

EggShell Surveillance Tool Lets Anyone Spy On A macOS Or Jailbroken iOS Device

If you are into surveillance tools and create surveillance setups for fun, then you might want to check out the Surveillance Tool by Lucas Jackson. The tool allows anyone to spy on a macOS or jailbroken iOS device. The EggShell tool, that is designed as a proof of concept tool for hobbyists is written in Python. It is basically a command-line based pentest tool that creates a bash payload. With EggShell...

How To Send Love, Like, Haha, Dislike, ?? and !! From Messages for Mac

Apple added a lot of new features to the iMessage service in iOS 10. While almost all these new features are focused on the iOS Messages app, it is easy to forget that they also work on macOS Sierra. Although you can’t send a message with special effects from your Mac, you can receive them on it. Tapback feature on the other hand works on both platforms, which means you can send as well as receive...

Apple Confirms October 27 Mac Event With Official Invites

As expected Apple has sent out official invitations for its October 27 event. The event is said to be focused on Macs with the company expected to announce new models of Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac, Mac Mini and Mac Pro among other things. The event will take place in Apple’s campus in Cupertino....