Apple now accepts Mac trade-ins in its US stores

You can now trade-in your old Mac at Apple Stores in the US and Canada. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman notes that Apple’s site has been edited to remove a disclaimer that says Mac trade-ins are online-only, and a representative from the company confirmed the policy change to Gizmodo.


Apple now selling DIY SSD upgrade kits for the Mac Pro

Apple will begin selling an SSD kit for the Mac Pro that allows buyers to add more storage to the high-end desktop computer. The kit, which Apple tells The Verge should be available later today, includes options for up to 8TB of storage.

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Apple is reportedly making a 5.5-inch entry level iPhone

Apple is reportedly planning to launch a new 5.5-inch entry-level iPhone, according to evidence found in iOS 14 by 9to5Mac.

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iOS 14 will reportedly have improved mouse cursor support

iOS 14 is set to have improved system-wide support for mouse cursors according to 9to5Mac. iPadOS 13 introduced rudimentary mouse support  but you have to dig into the accessibility menu to turn it on based


Apple Arcade’s latest exclusive is a new Crossy Road spinoff

The latest entry in Apple’s mobile game subscription service, Apple Arcade, is Crossy Road Castle, a brand-new endless runner-style game from developer Hipster Whale.


Apple warns revenue will be lower than expected because of coronavirus impact

In a rare investor update on Monday, Apple said the global effects of the coronavirus outbreak are having have a material impact on the company bottom line.


Apple now lets you shop directly in augmented reality

This week, Apple began rolling out a new update to its Quick Look augmented reality tool, letting iPhone and iPad users check out products in AR and then buy them directly.


Apple now sells more watches than the entire Swiss watch industry

The Apple Watch wasn’t just the best-selling smartwatch last year, but also put the Swiss watch industry to shame, according to new sales estimates compiled by Strategy Analytics.

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Apple preparing next generation of media apps for Windows

Apple is hunting for software engineers to help the company build media apps for Windows. The iPhone maker revealed its plans in a job listing earlier this month, spotted by Neowin, inviting potential candidates to “join us and build the next generation of media apps for Windows.”

Apple CEO Meets with Trump to Discuss China Trade War

The uncertainty and ambiguity in the relationship between both countries worries everyone, especially the American companies.

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