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  2. Webcam - Wikipedia

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    A webcam is a video camera which is designed to record or stream to a computer or computer network. They are primarily used in videotelephony , livestreaming and social media , and security . Webcams can be built-in computer hardware or peripheral devices , and are commonly connected to a device using USB or wireless protocols .

  3. iSight - Wikipedia

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    The built-in iSight can also be used in the Photo Booth application on macOS and iOS. In 2011, the iSight branding on cameras built-in to displays on the MacBook Pro and iMac was renamed to FaceTime camera. The FaceTime HD cameras included with the 2011 and later models of the MacBook Pro and iMac can output 720p high-definition video.

  4. Mac (computer) - Wikipedia

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    Following a period of ailing health, Jobs resigned as CEO on August 24, 2011, and Tim Cook was named the new CEO of Apple. At WWDC 2012, the MacBook Pro with Retina display was announced, with a thinner body, faster CPUs and GPUs, a higher-resolution Retina display similar to the iPhone's, the MagSafe 2 charging port, and quieter impeller fans on the 15" model.

  5. iPad 2 - Wikipedia

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    In late March 2011, the iPad 2 was released alongside iOS 4.3, which primarily introduced Airplay Mirroring and Home Sharing among other features. On October 12, 2011, upon the release of the iPhone 4S, the iPad was upgradable to the iOS 5 firmware update which brought over 200 new user features to iOS compatible devices including Notification Center, iMessage, Reminders, and an updated ...

  6. Mac (computer) - Wikipedia

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    Following a period of ailing health, Jobs resigned as CEO on August 24, 2011, and Tim Cook was named the new CEO of Apple. At WWDC 2012, the MacBook Pro with Retina display was announced, with a thinner body, faster CPUs and GPUs, a higher-resolution Retina display similar to the iPhone's, the MagSafe 2 charging port, and quieter impeller fans on the 15" model.

  7. macOS Ventura - Wikipedia

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    macOS Ventura (version 13) is the nineteenth and current major release of macOS, Apple's desktop operating system for Mac computers. The successor to macOS Monterey, it was announced at WWDC 2022 on June 6, 2022, and launched on October 24, 2022.

  8. macOS - Wikipedia

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    macOS (/ ˌ m æ k oʊ ˈ ɛ s /; previously OS X and originally Mac OS X) is a Unix operating system developed and marketed by Apple Inc. since 2001. It is the primary operating system for Apple's Mac computers.

  9. macOS Monterey - Wikipedia

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    A download button is provided to download all photos simultaneously. Supported hardware. macOS Monterey drops support for various Macs released from 2013 to 2015, including all Macs with Nvidia GPUs. When Monterey was released, it supported the following Macs: iMac (Late 2015 or later) iMac Pro; MacBook (Early 2016 or later)