• IPad Pro (2021) can't use the Touch ID sensor on Apple's new iMac keyboard

    24 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    While Apple's new keyboard only comes with the colourful new iMacs , its Touch ID sensor won't work with the new M1-equipped iPad Pro.
    That means that the only way to use biometric authentication with an iPad Pro is with Face ID.
    It should be noted that this keyboard only comes with the new iMacs if you pay $50 to upgrade it, and it's currently not sold on its own. So unless you were planning on buying a new iMac and a new iPad Pro, this doesn't really affect you. If you do fall in this minority, you can use the new keyboard with the iPad Pro, just not the fingerprint scanner.
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  • The new iMacs have ‘force-canceling' speakers - here's what that means

    The new iMacs have ‘force-canceling' speakers - here's what that means

    24 days ago - By The Next Web

    Apple loves throwing around buzzwords in product reveals and spec sheets, and one that caught a few eyes was the use of ‘force-canceling‘ in the new iMac‘s sound systems. Apple claims these are the best speakers in an iMac yet, but what does a force-canceling woofer actually mean? Is that some kind of Jedi fighting space dog? It's nothing quite as sci-fi as Star Wars. Force-canceling woofer arrangements are fairly common in high-end audio, and while they are far from a guarantee of good sound quality, they do theoretically offer some benefits. The basic idea behind force-canceling woofers...
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