One of Apple’s upcoming television shows is an unnamed sci-fi series from Battlestar Galactica developer Ronald D. Moore, which is currently in the casting stages.
According to Variety, several actors and actresses have inked deals to star in the show, which has been described as a series that will explore what would have happened had the global space race never ended.
Image via Variety Joel Kinnaman has signed on to play Edward Baldwin, a top NASA astronaut, while Michael Dorman and Sarah Jones will play Gordo and Tracy Stevens, a prominent NASA couple.
Kinnaman previously played Takeshi Kovacs in „Altered Carbon,“ along with Will Conway [...]
There’s a thriving market for unofficial, aftermarket iPhone parts, and in China, there are entire massive factories that are dedicated to producing these components for repair shops unable to get ahold of parts that have been produced by Apple.
The entire Apple device repair ecosystem is fascinating, complex, and oftentimes confusing to consumers given the disconnect between Apple, Apple Authorized Service Providers, third-party factories, and independent repair shops, so we thought we’d delve into the complicated world of Apple repairs.The Aftermarket Factories
Our exploration of the repair ecosystem was inspired by a video sent to us by a trusted [...]
Apple today removed Group FaceTime from the latest iOS 12 and macOS Mojave betas, which were released this morning, and has instead decided to release the feature at a later date.
One of the key features of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Group FaceTime is designed to allow up to 32 people to chat together at one time via FaceTime audio or FaceTime video.
The feature has been available in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave since the first betas became available in June, and it’s not clear why Apple has decided to push the feature back to a later date. Group FaceTime worked well in our testing, but we also did not push the limits with a large group of people.
For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with ColorWare to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a set of custom-painted AirPods that have been designed to look like a classic Macintosh.
The AirPods Retro case has been painted a soft beige shade that matches the design of Apple’s earliest computers, with gray lines representing faux vents. There’s also a rainbow colored button at the back that mimics the classic rainbow-colored Apple logo, and an all-over matte finish.
ColorWare has painted the AirPods themselves a nice matching beige color, for an overall look that’s sleek and a throwback to the early Apple design language all at [...]