Rumour reckons new iMacs will include a server-grade version, due in the second half of 2017 — Apple is expected [it’s a rumour, so that’s too strong a word, and what’s the point of a great screen on a server?] to begin production of two new iMacs in May for an official launch in the second half of the year, according to DigiTimes, quoting unnamed “sources from Taiwan-based supply chain makers,” who add that a server-grade iMac for the high-end sector is also in the works.
How to turn your Mac’s built-in webcam off — This is a bit complicated and requires Terminal, or you could just stick a plaster over it like Mark Zuckerberg does, or use OverSight which alerts you if someone is trying to take over your camera, or even buy a utility like ProtectStar, but before splashing out US$30, are you convinced anything can take over your built-in camera? And if so, that they want to watch you?
Trash IT! is a handy utility for forcing the macOS Trash to empty — Trash It! is a little app for macOS 10.7 or later that force-empties your Trash. It supports drag and drop. It’s useful if you have files or folders in the Trash with permissions set incorrectly, locked Trash items, want to delete a stuck item, or to trash items from other partitions. If you drop files or folders onto the Trash It! icon, it will delete them. If you double-click on it, it cleans out your Trash.