Night Shift, the feature first introduced in iOS devices with iOS 9.3, has expanded to the Mac with the release of 10.12.4. Night Shift is compatible with 2012 and newer Macs, so it won't work on older machines. For those unfamiliar with Night Shift, it's designed to cut down on the amount of blue light ...continue reading How to Use Night Shift in macOS Sierra 10.12.4

The new revision of macOS Sierra has just been released by Apple. macOS Sierra 10.12.4 is now available for Mac users, but before you install it, here’s the lowdown on the new features. It’s not a major update, so there’s no need to rush to install it. When you do decide to do so, be ...continue reading Apple releases macOS Sierra 10.12.4: What’s new in the update

WikiLeaks today continued its "Vault 7" series by leaking details concerning CIA-related programs that were built with the intent to infest iMac and MacBook devices. Today's "Dark Matter" installation of Vault 7 follows a few weeks after WikiLeaks debuted "Year Zero," which focused on exploits that the CIA created for iOS devices. In a response ...continue reading WikiLeaks Continues 'Vault 7' With New Documents Detailing Mac-Related CIA Exploits

Bryan Packer is a good son: I have been helping my parents migrate all of their files over from a 10-year-old iMac to a new one. They have two iPhoto Libraries that I copied over to the new iMac. Now, on the new iMac, there are three Photos Libraries. I have no idea how the ...continue reading How to solve a problem of too many Photos libraries

Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recent free-to-play iOS game, put it through its paces, and let you know if it’s really worth ...continue reading Disney Magic Kingdoms swaps the magic for monotony

There are lots of things that Apple needs to fix, but one of the most glaring right now is the product line. Sure, we’re on the usual annual cycle of iPhone upgrades. We’ve seen new iPads in recent memory. But what about the Mac? The venerable computer that used to be Apple’s core product is ...continue reading Apple’s desktop Mac lineup: A showcase of old technology

Want to edit vacation videos or download YouTube clips to your computer? You’ll need a solid digital media management software. We recommend Roxio Toast 15 Titanium, now 50% off the retail price. This powerful software will help you edit video you already have, capture what’s playing from the web (from your iMac to your iPad), ...continue reading 50% off Roxio Toast 15 Titanium – Deal Alert

For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Grovemade to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win an enormous desktop accessory package that features Grovemade's entire lineup of quality-crafted desk products. A Laptop Stand ($139) and a Monitor Stand ($119) are the centerpieces of Grovemade's desktop setup, with the former able to hold any Mac ...continue reading MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Complete Desk Accessory Set From Grovemade

During a Q&A session at today's shareholder meeting held at Apple's Cupertino campus, Apple CEO Tim Cook reassured investors that Apple is still very much focused on its professional customers and has plans to "do more" in the pro area. "You will see us do more in the pro area," Cook said. "The pro area ...continue reading Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'You Will See Us Do More in the Pro Area'

Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will feature a curved OLED display made by Samsung to differentiate it from two additional new iPhone models, according to The Wall Street Journal. Tuesday's report corroborates previous claims from KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo that Apple will release three devices this year: Two 'S' cycle iPhones with LCD displays to ...continue reading iPhone 8 Will Have Curved OLED Screen and USB-C Connector