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Apple's WWDC 2022 preview

WWDC 2022

Tim Cook opens this year's developer conference with the keynote, as he does every year. At this keynote Apple will show a preview of all its operating systems and maybe we will also get some hardware news presented, who knows…

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on May 30th, 2022 under Products
Tags: macOS iOS iPadOS Apple WWDC-22 Keynote Rumors Developer

Apple Features: Visual lookup

Visual Lookup

In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple you can use at work and in everyday life, we talk about the new "Visual Lookup" feature. This feature is built into the Photos.app and automatically detects animals, plants, landmarks and more in your photos.

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The "Apple Keynote Bingo"

Apple Keynote

This blog post is about an amusing tradition that has been delighting more and more Apple devotees for years. It's a bingo drinking game to the ever-popular Apple keynotes. You can find out how it works here.

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on March 7th, 2022 under Products
Tags: Apple fun keynote drinking game event news Products

Merlin Project x architosh.com

architosh.com

The architosh.com website is one of the oldest online publications for architects with an affinity for Apple.

Started by Anthony Fausto-Robledo in 1999, architosh is the world's number one online resource for architects and engineers working with Apple hardware.

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macOS Hints: Testing macOS-Betas

Tip how to install and try out macOS betas

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Apple's new operating systems always bring additional and interesting features. At the beginning of June at WWDC 2021, Apple presented its upcoming operating system macOS Monterey (version 12). This macOS version is not expected to be officially available until fall. Nevertheless, developers registered with Apple as well as interested users can already try out the so-called beta systems.

Since it is not yet stable and final software, but rather a construction site, which can however already be walked on, you should not use such betas as a work or everyday system.

The safest and easiest way to install a macOS beta system is to use a partition or external hard drive.

This ensures that the previous operating system remains on the Mac and you create a new volume for the beta or connect it externally.

Below are the steps for a successful beta installation of macOS Monterey.

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on July 13th, 2021 under Products
Tags: Apple macOS beta Installation disk utility macos-hints

The Merlin Project Magic on the Mac and iPad

Gantt chart, Kanban and mind map on Mac and iPad. Test now 30 days for free.

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