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Friday June 21, 2019. 09:26 PM
Juli Clover for Juli Clover: Apple’s upcoming Apple Card credit card is now being tested by both its corporate and retail employees ahead of a planned summer launch, and unsurprisingly, some images of the card have leaked out. We already know what the Apple Card looks like t...
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An Apple Card leak from an anonymous source to iMore shows the card’s weight, package, and approval. Apple Card Leak After applying for a card, it took about a week for it to arrive. On a scale, the Apple Card weighs 0.52 ounces (14.74 grams). The minimal sleeve that the ca...
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William Gallagher for AppleInsider: Apple has now publicly acknowledged the many software developers whose work has been used under licence to make iCloud work. At least some of the information has been available before to developers, but now the 116 contributors are...
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Beth Mole reminds us that scientific studies are more nuanced than a sensationalized news story. The Washington Post wrote about a study showing kids sprouting horns because of bad posture, and phones were to blame. But it’s probably bogus. Perhaps the most striking problems...
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A Florida appeals court sided with Matthew Pollard, a defendant who refused to give police his iPhone passcode (via Orlando Weekly). Passcodes Matthew Pollard was charged in an armed robbery of two victims who thought they were buying drugs. Mr. Pollard was accused of...
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Zac Hall for 9to5Mac.: watchOS 6 includes six new watch faces with even more customization options for personalizing your Apple Watch — if you have a Series 4 model. The upcoming software update is also coming to Apple Watch Series 1 through 3, but you’ll need to...
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Gary Rosenzweig for MacMost: The new iPod Touch is a modest update, but it does mean continued support from Apple for the foreseeable future. In a world with more capable iPhones, what are some good reasons to desire an iPod Touch? It could be a nice complement to a...
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Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to talk about salting passwords and Andrew and Kelly’s first day playing Wizards Unite.
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Developers will be able to take advantage of new Apple Pencil latency upgrades announced at WWDC19 (via Macrumors). Latency Improvements During WWDC19 Craig Federighi announced that in iPadOS, they were able to cut the latency of the Apple Pencil from 20ms down to 9ms....
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It’s been presumed that future Macs using A-series CPUs would, via hardware and software magic, maintain Intel X86 compatibility. Maybe not.
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Ravie Lakshmanan for The Next Web: Shortcuts app for iOS is a very useful way to automate your iPhone or iPad. Last week, we looked at creating a simple RSS reader using the app. But that’s not the only thing Shortcuts is good at. Another shortcut that can come in handy...
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If you haven’t looked at GarageBand lately, you might want to check it out. Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus thinks you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how mature and usable it’s become and how much fun it is to use.
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We have a deal on the GameBud, a retro-inspired handheld gaming device with 400 pre-loaded classic 8-bit games. You can play up to three hours on a single charge, and you can play games on your own TV via the TV-out port and included AV cable. The GameBud if $29.99 through...
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Dan Moren for Macworld: Some of the choices that Apple has made about products to not pursue have been surprising. Especially when it seems as though the market in question is desperately in need of a solution that would be right up Apple’s alley. Earlier this month,...
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Messages take up a lot of your iPhone's storage space. Here's how to delete them all quickly and free up some gigabytes
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Via the U.S. Department of Homeland Security: Apple has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme, and AirPort Time Capsule wireless routers with 802.11n. A remote attacker could exploit some of these vulnerabilities to take...
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Apple has released a list of the third-party software that it has used to make and run iCloud. The software itself ranges from fonts used in the service to functions such as Javascript libraries, including Google’s Closure Library and the jQuery Foundation’s separate one....
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Tegan Jones for Gizmodo: One of the biggest reveals of WWDC 2019 was the new Mac Pro. And while the monster GPU, 3x simultaneous 8K stream capabilities 1.5TB RAM support and 1,400 watt power supply were impressive I guess, the defining feature of this absolute unit was...
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In her latest New York Times column, Kara Swisher reflects on last week’s Code conference. She says tech leaders had not taken on-board Tim Cook’s call that they take responsibility for the chaos their products cause. Consider a wide-ranging interview I did during the Code...
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Joe Rossignol for MacRUmors: Samsung is the exclusive supplier of OLED displays for the iPhone X and newer, as part of a supply agreement with Apple. Due to fewer iPhone sales than anticipated in recent quarters, however, Apple has reportedly ordered fewer OLED displays...
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