Apple could remove Rosetta 2 from M1 Macs with the upcoming macOS Big Sur 11.3 update in certain regions. New code strings found in macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta 3, which was released by Apple yesterday, reveals that “Rosetta will be removed upon installing this update.” Continue reading →
M1 Macs in certain regions are going to need developers to act fast. What you need to know Apple may remove Rosetta 2 from M1 Macs in certain regions with macOS 11.3. It is unclear why and what countries will be impacted. Rosetta, the translator that allows Intel-based apps to run on M1 Macs, may be removed from Apple Silicon-based Macs in certain regions around the world with the release of macOS Big Sur 11.3. As reported by MacRumors, the third developer beta of macOS 11.3 contains language in the code saying that "Rosetta will be removed upon installing this update" and "Rosetta is no longer available in this region. Applications requiring Rosetta will no longer run." The code does not explain which regions may
"Hey Siri, play everything on Spotify now please." What you need to know The option to set a default music player with Siri on iPhone is back. It was removed in the last developer beta of iOS 14.5, but the feature has returned in the third beta. Setting a default music app for Siri on the iPhone seems to definitely be coming with iOS 14.5. One of the key features in the first developer beta for iOS 14.5 was the ability for users to set a default music app for Siri. While the feature has been available for HomePod users already, it had yet to come to the iPhone and iPad. Oddly, Apple had removed it from the second developer beta of iOS 14.5, sparking rumors
Just like the original Rosetta technology, Rosetta 2 lets users run macOS apps from one platform on another — this time translating Intel apps to the ARM architecture of the M1 chip. While I don’t expect Rosetta to go away anytime soon, Apple may disable it in some regions as macOS 11.3 beta codes suggest just that. more… The post Apple may disable Rosetta 2 on M1 Macs in some regions, macOS 11.3 code suggests appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Apple is ending some configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac. What you need to know A new report says that the unavailable iMac configurations will be permanent. The 512GB and 1TB SSD configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac have been unavailable for over a week. Last week, it was reported that certain configurations for the 21.5-inch iMac were unavailable to customers on the Apple Store website. Both the 512GB or 1TB SSD configuration was unavailable, sparking more rumors about the launch of the redesigned iMac that is expected for 2021. Certain configurations of the current 21.5-inch iMac are unavailable on the Apple Store website, fueling rumors that Apple may be close to releasing a completely redesigned version of their iconic desktop computer, the 2021 iMac.
You'll soon be able to track non-Apple accessories in the Find My app. What you need to know The latest iOS 14.5 developer beta has added the "Items" tab to the Find My app. The tab will allow users to track non-Apple accessories. The tab is also expected to be where users track their AirTags. It looks like you'll soon be able to keep track of things like Beats headphones and other non-Apple devices in the Find My app. As reported by MacRumors, the latest developer beta of iOS 14.5 has added a new "Items" tab to the Find My app, which will allow users to track non-Apple devices like headphones, luggage, backpacks, and more. In preparation for the launch of this feature, Apple has
Apple may be planning to remove support for Rosetta 2 on M1 Macs in certain regions with the release of macOS 11.3, according to code strings discovered in the third beta build of the software update.Credit: AppleCode strings discovered in the third beta version of macOS 11.3, which was seeded to developers Tuesday, suggest that Rosetta 2 "will be removed upon installing this update." Another string may advise that "Rosetta is no longer available in your region. Applications requiring Rosetta will no longer run." Read more...
Share, but don't share everything. What you need to know The rumored "Apple Card Family" feature has some new leaks. The feature will let Apple Card owners choose two different types of sharing for family members. This will limit what users like kids see about the card, while someone like a spouse can see more. New evidence is piling up on the idea that Apple will introduce a new "Apple Card Family" feature that will let Apple Card owners share their credit card with their family member using Family Sharing. As reported by 9to5Mac, the feature, which is internally codenamed "Madison," will let Apple Card owners share their card with family members and set individual spending limits for each user. In addition, it appears that users
One of the new features introduced with the iOS 14.5 beta was the ability to change the default music player used for Siri commands, similar to what’s already available to HomePod users. For some unknown reason, this option was removed from iOS 14.5 beta 2, but Apple has re-enabled it with today’s release of iOS 14.5 beta 3. more… The post Apple re-enables the option to change default music player for Siri requests with iOS 14.5 beta 3 appeared first on 9to5Mac.