Installing the upcoming macOS 11.3 software update on an M1 Mac may result in Rosetta 2 being removed in one or more regions around the world. In the third beta of macOS 11.3 seeded to developers for testing today, MacRumors contributor Steve Moser uncovered new strings in the beta's code indicating that "Rosetta will be removed upon installing this update." Another new string reads "Rosetta is no longer available in this region. Applications requiring Rosetta will no longer run." Apple is removing Rosetta from Macs during updates in certain countries in Mac 11.3 beta 3. Maybe this is due to legal issues? “Rosetta will be removed upon installing this update” “Rosetta is no longer available in your region. Applications requiring Rosetta will
The new anthology series features a number of Hollywood stars. What you need to know Apple TV+ has announced Roar, a new female-driven anthology series. The series will star actresses such as Nicole Kidman and Allison Brie. It will feature eight half-hour episodes. Apple has announced that Roar, a new female-driven anthology series of "darkly comic feminist fables," will be coming soon to Apple TV+. The press release details that the series will star Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Nicole Kidman, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo, Emmy Award winner Merritt Wever, and Golden Globe nominee Alison Brie. The company has also teased that additional cast members will be announced soon. Based on a book of short stories by author Cecelia Ahern, Roar
The mind behind Final Fantasy is bringing their next title to Apple Arcade. What you need to know Apple has announced that Fantasian is coming soon to Apple Arcade. The game, which describes itself as a "Diorama Adventure RPG," was created by the mind behind Final Fantasy. Apple has announced that Fantasian*, a new game from the Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of *Final Fantasy, is coming soon to Apple Arcade. The company announced the upcoming title on the Apple Arcade Twitter account: Coming Soon to Apple Arcade: Fantasian.Enter a beautifully crafted, handmade world and unravel the mystery of a bizarre mechanical infection slowly engulfing all that is known to mankind.⏰ Click to get a reminder when it's available: https://t.co/xFwsia7Vcm pic.twitter.com/wiJA9SQWcL— Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) March 2, 2021 The
Apple today released the third iOS 14.5 beta to developers, following two other betas that brought some nice changes for iPhone and iPad users. With today’s beta release, the company has enabled the new “Items” tab in the Find My app, which will allow users to track the rumored AirTags and third-party accessories. more… The post iOS 14.5 beta 3 enables new ‘Items’ tab in Find My to track AirTags and third-party accessories appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Apple has reportedly stopped production of the 512 gigabyte and 1 terabyte flash media configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac, which may signify an update is coming sooner rather than later.Credit: AppleLong-time AppleInsider sources familiar with Apple's supply chain have told us that Apple has stopped producing the 512GB and 1TB SSD configurations of the iMac 4K. Additionally, both models are newly listed as "currently unavailable" on Apple's website. The 256GB SSD model and the 1TB Fusion Drive model remain available for purchase as of writing, albeit with some lead time. Read more...
Beginning with iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, users will be able to keep track of select non-Apple-branded products like Beats headphones and upcoming Belkin wireless earbuds using Apple's built-in Find My app. In preparation for the launch of this feature, Apple has made a new "Items" tab visible by default in the Find My app in the third beta of iOS 14.5 seeded to developers today. Previously, this tab was only accessible by toggling a developer setting or by entering the URL scheme "findmy://items" in Safari on an iPhone or iPad, but it now appears automatically for all users running the latest beta. Apple's long-rumored AirTags item trackers are expected to be managed through the "Items" tab in the Find My app
What’s one thing you can do today that your future self will thank you for? Whether for work, travel or just for fun, one of the best endeavors you can start right now is learning a new language. And we’ve got four top-rated language apps you can choose from — with discounts of up to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Sniff out those Legendary Pokémon with Nosepass, the Compass Pokémon! What you need to know Searching for Legends will run March 9 through March 14, 2021. The event will feature both event exclusive Field Research and Timed Research. Shiny Nosepass will make its debut, alongside other Rock, Steel, and Ground type Pokémon. Niantic has just posted details for the upcoming event, Searching for Legends, which will focus on Nosepass, the Compass Pokémon and the quest for Legendary Pokémon embodied by the Season of Legends. Searching for Legends will run from Tuesday, March 9 at 10 AM through Sunday, March 14 at 8 AM local time. Shiny Nosepass will make its Pokémon Go debut and have increased rates during this event. There will also be event
If you've ordered a new iPhone 12, we know the anticipation of getting it in your hands must be killing you, but don't forget that the iPhone 12 doesn't come with a charger in the box. You'll want the best iPhone 12 charger you can find for the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The cable that does come with the phone will be a USB-C to Lightning cable and you'll also want a USB-C charger to go with it. Don't worry! There are tons of great charging options already out for the iPhone 12 and the best iPhone 12 chargers will have a USB-C port that will let you take advantage of
When Apple released the first beta of iOS 14.5 to developers in early February, 9to5Mac reported references to a new “Apple Card Family” feature that is under development based on internal system code. Now, with iOS 14.5 beta 3, Apple has added even more references to the Apple Card Family — suggesting that the feature is coming soon. more… The post iOS 14.5 beta 3 includes more evidence of Apple Card Family support coming soon appeared first on 9to5Mac.