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Friday June 28, 2019. 06:00 PM
Apple's chief design officer announced on Thursday that he is leaving the company after nearly 30 years at the firm. John Gruber of DaringFireball making sense of things and what it means for the company: I've never been an 'Apple is doomed without Steve Jobs' person. But...
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Less than 10 years after Steve Jobs passed away, Apple is faced with another difficult transition. Sir Jony Ive, Apple’s design guru since the days of the Newton MessagePad, announced that he will be leaving the company as an employee to form an independent design company, ...
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Celebrate the holiday weekend with these odes to patriotism, summer, and the American spirit.
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As we get further away from this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the reality of Apple’s latest OS upgrades are beginning to sink in. That’s even more the case this week, as the release of Apple’s public betas for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and macOS arrived slightly...
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Picking just the right Netflix video for a given night isn’t the chillaxing experience it could be. Find out how to take a deep dive into Netflix’s collection of movies and TV episodes, slicing and dicing its categories to pinpoint the perfect video.
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Apple iOS developer David Smith noticed something that really jumped out at him when he was reviewing his iPhone's device analytics. 'People really, really like the 4.7-inch iPhone,' he writes. 'When I look at the iPhone distribution for Pedometer++ the four most popular...
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Thursday June 27, 2019. 11:25 PM
Apple's chief designer Jony Ive is leaving after decades at the iPhone maker to form an independent company -- with Apple as one of its primary clients. Ive was at Apple for more than two decades in which his iconic designs for the Mac, iPod and iPhone turned one of Silicon...
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Apple on Thursday announced that Sir Jony Ive, the company’s Chief Design Officer, is leaving the company. Ive will be forming his own design company, of which Apple will be a client.“After nearly 30 years and countless projects, I am most proud of the lasting work we...
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Philips is shifting to a new chip that has both Bluetooth and Zigbee radios onboard, but most people will still want a Hue Bridge on their home network.
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Some purposes require high-resolution images. Others require high-density ones. How can you tell the difference and provide what’s needed? Resolution and image pixel density are two separate concepts often blurred into the single term “resolution.” This makes it...
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Spam calls have gotten way out of hand. It used to be that you could simply ignore anything with a caller ID of “unknown caller” or a distant or toll-free area code. Today, thanks to automated systems that spoof phone numbers, scammers and spammers can call you from...
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Public betas for iOS and macOS are here! iPhone rumors: The camera bump lives! Will you be able to afford Apple’s next laptop?! And your hot takes! That’s all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. I’m Roman Loyola, here with Leif Johnson, and Jason Cross.Listen to...
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Apple has hired one of ARM's top chip engineers as the iPhone maker looks to expand its own chip development to more powerful devices, including the Mac, and new categories like a headset. Bloomberg reports: The company hired Mike Filippo in May for a chip architect...
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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 03:43 PM
Apple Watch and WearOS users already know all about Cardiogram's health and fitness charts and trackers, but now there’s a new wearable brand getting in on the act. Beginning today, any Fitbit device with an optical heart-rate sensor can link with the Cardiogram...
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There’s a old joke about a bad writer blaming his tools—a sad excuse that it was the typewriter and not poor writing skill that was to blame. When macOS Mojave was announced last year, featuring four apps that originated on iOS and had been moved to the Mac by something...
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Dark Mode. Privacy enhancements. All-new Maps. There are lots of big new features in iOS 13 to get excited about, but we’re just as excited about the little things: small touches, quality-of-life improvements, and little features that make our daily interactions with our...
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Nest Who? Ecobee builds our top pick in smart thermostats.
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Don't be fooled by the distinguished parentage. This pricey Bluetooth speaker from Bluesound has great features, but its sound is a disappointment.
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Maybe I’m using it wrong, but when I finally got to install the iPadOS 13 Public Beta on my iPad Air 2, it wasn’t the revelatory tablet experience I was hoping for. It didn’t open my eyes to what the iPad could be or give me any indication that I could use it as my...
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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 10:30 PM
One of iOS 13’s most highly anticipated changes is also one of its simplest. The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system finally introduces a Dark Mode for your iPhone and iPad’s interface, much as last year’s macOS Mojave finally bought a Dark Mode to...
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