Recently released by Apple, the brand new MacBook Pro has one feature on which the public on the Internet cannot come to a consensus. This is, of course, about the “bangs”.
This screen cutout leaves no one indifferent, some enjoy the thin bezels around the screen, and some come out with passionate criticism. The fact that not all software is optimized and works correctly with Apple’s “innovation” adds fuel to the fire.
In response to the criticism, Apple has released a new document in the support section that aims to help bang-haters.
It describes the Scale to fit below built-in camera setting, after activating which, applications will be forced to scale to use only the area of the screen below the notch. Visually, the bangs disappear and the good old “thick frames” return.
Good news for notch haters! If you've got an app (or apps) with menus that collide with the notch, just Get Info on the app, and enable "Scale to fit below built-in camera".
— Joseph from Sketch (@Jatodaro) October 27, 2021
Apple also mentions in the support document that the scaling feature will be removed as soon as developers update their apps to work correctly with the notch.
New iPads, MacBooks and iPhones will be less likely to be scratched: they will receive titanium alloy cases
As it became known, Apple plans to use titanium alloys for the manufacture of iPad cases. In the future, MacBook and iPhone may also get titanium alloy cases.
Compared to stainless steel, titanium alloys are harder and more resistant to scratches. However, the strength of titanium also makes etching difficult. Therefore, Apple has developed a sandblasting, etching and chemical process that can give the titanium shell a glossy finish, making it more attractive. Apple is also exploring the possibility of using thin oxide coatings on surfaces to address fingerprint issues.
This material will appear for the first time in the new generation iPad. The reason the company has no plans to use it on the iPad Pro yet is because the device supports wireless charging. If this material will be used with the iPhone, it will most likely only be in the central metal frame. The back of this device will remain glass without affecting wireless charging.
Earlier it was reported that the production of iPads over the past two months has been reduced by 50% compared to the original plan for the iPhone 13. Moreover, even the components that were originally intended for older iPhone models are now used for the iPhone 13.
The 2021 MacBook Pro has big memory card issues. Apple is silent for now
One of the key features of the 2021 MacBook Pro is the return of the SD card slot. However, new laptop users are now complaining about problems with the SD card reader.
In particular, users have reported very slow transfer rates and inaccessible files. As noted by MacRumors, numerous reviews confirm a serious issue on the new 14- and 16-inch 2021 MacBook Pro models.
One 14 ” MacBook Pro user with M1 Pro chip writes that it takes the laptop about 1 minute to recognize the SD card and an error message pops up from time to time. Another user says Finder crashes when Mac tries to read SD card.
This is very unpleasant. I was hoping that importing from an SD card, including image previews, would be fast on my new 14-inch MacBook Pro. I have a fairly new 64GB SD card that worked fine. But it takes a few minutes to display photos on MacBook Pro via SD card slot and sometimes crashes halfway. Sometimes Finder crashes too.
Another user notes that formatting the SD card through the MacBook Pro does not solve the problem in most cases. Some users also confirm that the same SD card works fine when using a USB-C adapter.
The only thing that is stable is that if the card works, it always works, and if the card doesn’t work properly, it never works. Reformatting even to all other possible formats does not work. Sandisk, Sony, Samsung, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, UHS-I, UHS-II, micro-SD, FAT32, exFAT, no difference. 100% of my maps work fine through an adapter.
At this point, Apple has yet to officially acknowledge this issue. It is not yet known if this is a simple software bug or a hardware issue.
MacBook Pro spontaneously caught fire in sleep mode, owner got burns
Recently there was information that the owner of the Apple MacBook Pro received minor injuries when the battery of his laptop spontaneously caught fire. This post is about a 2015 MacBook Pro.
This model has been banned by some airlines as its battery is considered potentially hazardous. Reddit user Squeezieful has confirmed that he suffered minor hand burns while pulling the burning laptop out from under the bed. If he had not noticed the fire, the consequences could have been much more dire.
According to the user, the MacBook Pro was in sleep mode under the bed and was not charging. At some point, he woke up from the smell of molten plastic. In addition to burns to his hands, the laptop owner escaped with only a damaged carpet.
Back in 2015, Apple recalled its 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops that were on sale between September 2015 and February 2016. The owner could be blamed for using a potentially dangerous device. However, Squeezieful claims that its laptop was already in a service center and serviced as part of this recall campaign.
There has been no official comment from Apple yet.
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