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Apple Will Know If You've Tampered With Its New Macbooks

Apple’s Macbooks are known to be difficult (if not impossible) to repair, but there’s always been the option if you’re stubborn enough. But in a teardown of the latest extra-pink Macbook, iFixit discovered something more worrying: screws that change if you tamper with them.


My Awful Year With The Apple Watch

I bought the Apple Watch a year ago. I stopped wearing it two months ago, and I’m not sure if I’ll ever wear it again. That’s because it doesn’t really do anything that anyone needs, and even when it does, it doesn’t always work like it’s supposed to.


The FBI Paid At Least $US1 Million To Get Inside The San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

After weeks of a very public back and forth with Apple over opening the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, the FBI opted for plan B and asked an Israeli security firm to crack the device. And they paid a premium.


New App Lets You Clean Your Inbox By Swiping Left And Right

Everyone is on the lookout for better email management tools — anything to make dealing with the daily inbox deluge less of a chore. Unroll.me tries to help by making it easier than ever to unsubscribe from mailing lists and keep in touch with the ones you love. The web app is powerful, but its mobile app is an even better way to clear clutter from your inbox.


Under The Hood: This Week In PC, Component And Software News

Thinking of building a new gaming PC? Struggling with whatever random error your desktop is throwing up this week? Under The Hood gives you a quick and concise run-down of the most important things that happened to the PC master race in the last seven days.


Apple Updates Its Super-Thin MacBook With New Intel CPUs

The super-thin, super-pretty Apple MacBook is an expensive luxury, but it also justifies its price with the fact that it’s by far the thinnest and lightest Mac notebook ever, with a full-fat, not-actually-a-tablet laptop experience in a body that weighs barely 920 grams. Apple has just given the MacBook a mid-lifecycle refresh, with Intel’s latest energy-efficient Core M chips and an extra hour of battery life.


Yep, Apple's WWDC 2016 Definitely Starts On June 13

Siri let slip yesterday that Apple’s WWDC conference — the week-long exploration of Apple’s software development — would begin on June 13. Apple has since confirmed it to be the case.


The Pinkification Of Apple Gadgets Is Almost Complete

It started simply, with a new colour option for the Apple Watch. It was called “Rose Gold”, and it fit with Apple’s appeal to make its new wearable more fashion-friendly. Then it came for our iPhones, iPads and Beats headphones. Now, with Apple’s latest hardware update, the MacBook’s gone pink.


Uninstall Quicktime From Your Windows PC Immediately

If you have Apple’s Quicktime video player on your Windows PC, it’s probably because you only accidentally installed it while you were setting up iTunes. But two new critical security flaws in Quicktime — a product that Apple is no longer updating — mean you should remove it from your PC straight away.


Siri Says Apple's WWDC 2016 Begins On June 13

Siri just announced (I can’t believe I just wrote those three words) that Apple’s WWDC conference, a week-long look into the software Apple’s building for 2016 and beyond, will begin on June 13.


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