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More problems occurred: Apple withdrew the macOS Mojave security update

Apple seems to have withdrawn the latest macOS Mojave security update (2020-005), which was released on September 24 with the macOS Catalina 10.15.7 update. Apple also removed Safari 14 for macOS Mojave from the update.

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It’s reported that the updates of Mojave security and Safari 14 have caused many problems for users who are still running macOS Mojave. 

October MacBook conference is uncertain, and the release may be postponed

A series of rumors and reports indicate that ARM-based 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro will be released later this year. And the release is very likely to be scheduled shortly after the iPhone 12 launch event in September , meaning the hardware release event will be held in October for new Mac products. But today, the situation may change according to the new source of the whistleblower.

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Although Apple mentioned in this year’s WWDC keynote speech that the first ARM-based Mac will come out later this year, a Twitter user @Komiya revealed something different. According to sources close to the information, he said that Apple may not hold events to release ARM MacBook and other products. 

New evidence found in Big Sur: Mac will support Face ID

Apple’s Face ID feature allows the device to be unlocked through facial scanning, and is currently limited to iPhone and iPad. But the code found in macOS Big Sur indicates that Face ID may be used in future Macs.

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Adding the original deep camera system and face ID to the Mac will be Apple’s next step. According to the face ID reference found by 9to5Mac in the latest Big Sur Beta, it includes an extension with a code that supports the “PearlCamera” function.

Is Google Chrome “working” on Mac?

Google Chrome has long occupied the first place in the browser market share, but its user experience has caused users to complain, known as “the memory destroyer.” Chrome users often report problems with extremely fast battery consumption and obvious freezes on the Mac. The new Microsoft Edge browser launched by Microsoft is very popular through its excellent performance and power consumption, and is constantly eroding the market share of Chrome browser. On Mac, the built-in Safari browser also performs much better than Chrome.

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Google attaches great importance to it, and recently said that it will solve this problem.

Safari will use Face ID and Touch ID for passwordless login in the future

Safari will use Face ID and Touch ID for passwordless login in the future

Apple allows users to use Touch ID and Face ID instead of passwords to access sensitive applications (such as those used for banking or password management). In the future, Face ID and Touch ID can also be used for website authentication purposes when users log in to Safari.

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Apple outlined this feature at the WWDC20, called “Meet Face ID and ‌Touch ID‌ for the web”, which introduced how web developers can use Face ID and ‌Touch ID‌ on their websites through the Web Authentication API.

Apple launches Logic Pro X – “the biggest update in history”

Apple launches Logic Pro X – “the biggest update in history”

Apple recently introduced a major update to Logic Pro X, bringing a professional version of real-time loops, a completely redesigned sampling workflow, and new beat production tools. With the addition of a series of powerful creative features, Logic Pro X 10.5 will become a breakthrough version for all musicians, including electronic music producers.

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The latest version of Safari automatically blocks “+” when searching?

According to the media, an interesting bug found on the latest version of iOS and macOS is the inability to search with the plus sign (“+”). Specifically, when you use Google Search in Safari, type the search query associated with the “+” sign in the address bar, and press “Go” to search, the “+” will be removed from the output.

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Similarly, you can search in the search field of a Google page – you’ll end up with a page with the “+.” There are so many products today that use the “+” symbol in their name. For example, when you search for Apple News +, you’ll see results for “Apple News,” and the same result for Apple TV + and Disney +.

Apple officially announced WWDC 2020 would be held online

Apple officially announced WWDC 2020 would be held online

In the early morning of March 14, Apple officially announced that the WWDC 2020 Developer Conference would no longer hold offline events, instead, it would adopt online meetings. At that time, developers, consumers, etc. can participate by watching live broadcasts, and the keynote speech will involve iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, etc. Apple has not announced the exact time of the WWDC 2020 online conference, but mentioned that it will be held in June.

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Phil Schiller, Apple ’s senior vice president of global marketing, said that the current epidemic situation requires us to create a new WWDC 2020 model that provides a complete plan for online keynotes and conferences while providing outstanding learning experience for the entire developer community, and that they will share more details in the coming weeks. 

First public beta update for macOS Catalina 10.15.4

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After releasing the first public beta version of iOS and iPadOS 13.4, Apple also released the first public beta update for macOS Catalina 10.15.4. Early users who have registered for the Apple Beta test project can install it through the Software Update page in System Preferences after getting the configuration files properly.

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This update mainly introduced the Screen Time Communication Limits, which has been brought to the iPhone with the iOS 13.3 update. This feature allows parents to limit the their children’s contacts, as well as when to use the social apps.

macOS Catalina will add the “Pro Mode”, then how about a low intervention mode?

Today, media 9to5Mac found some evidence in the latest macOS 10.15.3 Beta, which reveals that Apple is developing “professional mode” features for its desktop system to improve the performance of portable Macs. This feature is plain to improve Mac performance at the expense of battery life and fan noise.

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We are happy with this feature, but since there is a “professional mode”, should a “low power consumption mode” be added to the other group of users, whose features is the opposite of professional modes to extend the battery life?