Alex Blake

Alex Blake

In ancient times, people like Alex would have been shunned for their nerdy ways and strange opinions on cheese. Today, he fits right in at Digital Trends, where he writes about all things Apple, from the latest devices to ongoing developments and everything in between. He’s loved tech ever since he realized video games were about as fun as real people, but easier to manage and much cheaper.

He was first drawn to Apple thanks to its combination of beautiful design and aspirational price tags that helped remind him of his place somewhere between grunt and serf. He’s written for brands like TechRadar, GamesRadar and MacFormat, and runs a popular blog dedicated to EA’s FIFA series. They say that if the wind’s just right and you really listen hard enough, you can hear him ranting about FIFA’s career mode from anywhere in the world.

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How to turn off notifications on your Mac

Do Not Disturb is a great tool to help you turn off notifications and block distractions on your Mac. Learn how to use it and you’ll see your focus improve and interruptions decline.
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MacBook Pro 16 suffers audio ‘popping’ and display ghosting issues

A number of users have reported issues with Apple’s brand-new MacBook Pro 16, including audio “popping” and display ghosting. Apple is reportedly working on a fix.
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How to fix the “Update Apple ID Settings” bug in MacOS Catalina

If you need to fix the “update Apple ID settings” bug in MacOS Catalina, you’re in the right place – we’ll tell you how to squash this bug once and for all.
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The MacBook Pro is getting a killer feature iPhone users can only dream about

Next year’s MacBook Pro could get an incredible new feature that puts its rivals -- as well as the iPhone -- to shame and shows Apple still cares about the device.
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MacBook Air vs. iPad Pro

Work on the go? You need a portable device that's plenty powerful without the weight. Both the MacBook Air and iPad Pro fit the bill, but which should you buy? Our guide explains.
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A revolutionary MacBook is coming, and the clues have been hiding in plain sight

Apple plans on launching an ARM-based MacBook, and it’s coming soon, putting an end to the Intel MacBook era.