Author: Green Harvey

The user account with which we use our Mac has a name, a short name, a password and the account image. By default our Mac offers us several images that we can use, but it is usually much more fun to use a Memoji, let’s see how. Hey! You are falling asleep? One more of the thousands of details that macOS 12 Monterey brings to all our computers: the possibility of using a Memoji in the image of the user account of our Mac. True, we have always been able to create a Memoji in the Messages app, drag the…

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Apple recently applied for an extension to its “Mammoth” trademark. A brand that belongs to the category of “operating systems”, so well we could be facing the next name of macOS 13. A version that we should see at WWDC22 that will take place, if we continue with the same scheme from previous years, in June of next year. An interesting name, although with some connotations The trademark extension was granted on November 16. An extension that has been processed for the company Yosemite Research LLC, a company created by Apple with the sole function of registering different trademarks, including…

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Infinite Loop is the daily podcast from Applesfera, broadcast from Monday to Friday at 7:00 a.m. (Spanish peninsular time), in which we talk about Apple and its competition seen through the prism of the Cupertino company. It is a podcast of about ten minutes in length, presented by Javier Lacort and edited by Santi Ara├║jo. These have been the three episodes this week (two less than usual as we have two holidays), you can listen to them in full from this same page. # 504: circular pixel The first reports of the Pixel Watch, the watch that Google will launch…

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Apple announced a few days ago the possibility of repairing our own devices ourselves. A movement that requires, in addition to the sale of parts and the publication of manuals, cooperation from the software. And this is just what comes with iOS 15.2: the record of all iPhone repairs and information on spare parts used. A history that guarantees repairs with official parts When repairing a device it is important to use official parts. We are not even talking about going to a workshop endorsed by Apple, with which we guarantee the use of the correct procedures, we are talking…

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Large company signs agreement with key country, gets things in return. This could be the way to summarize the “secret” agreement between Apple and China revealed by The Information. One in which Apple would have committed to investing 275,000 million dollars in the Asian country in five years (55,000 million dollars annually). The scandal here it comes from some have interpreted the agreement as a simple disbursement of money to the Chinese government. A kind of bribery to high officials to have permission to operate in the country. The small print, as is often the case in these cases, makes…

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Yes, MagSafe chargers have a small firmware that instructs the device how to behave. It is evident that it must be extremely simple software, hence we call it firmware, but it also requires some other update, just like the one at hand. An automatic update thanks to the iPhone The MagSafe charger was introduced alongside the iPhone 12 a little over a year ago. In the past we have already seen an update of its firmware and now, after updating the firmware of the AirPods, Apple repeats the play. After upgrade MagSafe chargers must upgrade from version 9M5069 to 10M229.…

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Apple has released a firmware update for the new AirPods 3, AirPods 2, AirPods Pro and also for AirPods Max. The same update, which carries the version number 4C165, is available for all AirPods headphones sold by Apple today. An update we know very little about We do not know what changes this new version of the firmware entails, since Apple does not give any details about it. What we do know is that the AirPods 3 ran, until now, version 4B66, while the AirPods Pro did the same with version 4A402. At first glance, therefore, we can say that…

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