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Friday September 30, 2022. 09:00 AM
TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts wraps the week with us, talking ugly repercussions from a BofA downgrade, a crass comment from a (now former) Apple exec, and – as a palate cleanser – television. Two guests on today’s show. First, financial analyst Rob Black joins Ken to ...
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Thursday September 29, 2022. 11:41 PM
Even as some analysts suggest Apple is suffering soft sales with the iPhone 14, supply chain orders suggest otherwise. One observer, who monitors the display supply chain, sees iPhone sales tracking higher in 2022 than 2021. Not only that, but the numbers show a higher...
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Today Adobe has announced both Photoshop Elements 2023 and Premiere Elements 2023. The new updates to these programs include new features that promise to make creative photo and video editing easier for users “at any skill level”. Additionally, the new Elements 2023 will ...
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The new “OG App” has already been removed from the Apple App Store. This week, we took a look at the new Instagram client, OG App, that has caught the attention of the internet by promising a better Instagram experience free of advertising and content suggestions. The...
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Wednesday, Apple announced when its next earnings report will become available. The Cupertino-based tech giant will, as typical, hold a conference call to announce the numbers and field questions. The 4Q22 Apple earnings call takes place on Oct. 27. What’s In Store for...
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Within the latest iOS 16.1 beta, Apple has now added a new toggle within the App Store’s settings that allows apps to automatically begin downloading in-app content once an app is downloaded but before a user launches the program for the first time. In theory, this new...
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Between analysts disagreeing on what supposedly soft sales of the consumer iPhone 14 models mean to Apple exerting its importance to TSMC, there’s plenty to see from today’s shift on the Observation Deck. In addition to those two big pieces of news, we saw Apple announce its...
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An app developer and avid hiker and backpacker put the Apple Watch Ultra on the ultimate three-day hiking/backpacking test. With the beautiful Scottish Highlands in the background, the reviewer has almost nothing but praise for the Apple Watch Ultra. Avid Hiker Tests the...
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The new iOS 16 Automatic Verification feature that bypasses CAPTCHA prompts will soon be available to more websites. Cloudflare announced recently that it is releasing a free API that will be available to any website wanting to eliminate CAPTCHAs. Turnstile API Makes...
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Though the iPhone 14 series just saw release, that doesn’t stop the rumor train from running toward next-year’s iPhone 15 series, including rumors of further segmentation in the Pro series. While Apple has seen a high demand for the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max, it may lead the...
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Two guests on today’s show. First, financial analyst Rob Black joins Ken to discuss Bloomberg’s midweek article that has Apple reducing iPhone orders. Then, TMO’s Nick deCourville reveals his Apple Watch SEcret science project. Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you...
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Wednesday September 28, 2022. 10:24 PM
Apple TV+ has announced a new, currently untitled documentary from Extracurricular and A24, which features the story of the legendary ‘haenyeo’ of South Korea’s Jeju island. The currently untitled documentary feature film finds Peabody Award nominee Sue Kim (The Speed...
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It appears that Apple is preparing to gear up for the upcoming debut of Apple Music Classical, a standalone classical music app that will be available to users alongside the traditional Apple Music app. Right now, it is uncertain when the app will see release, though Apple...
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In an interview Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook laid out his thoughts on a number of issues. During the chat in the U.K., Cook bemoaned a lack of women in tech, addressed wired EarPod sales and spoke about Apple’s investment in augmented reality, or AR. Tim Cook Says...
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In today’s scan from the Observation Deck, we can see that the iPhone 14 Pro is still faring well despite our not-so-good-looking times. The iPhone 14 base models may not be selling as well as expected, though. We’ve also caught sight of new beta builds, more bugs and news...
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Whenever Apple launches a new product, we look forward to seeing it taken apart. The AirPods Pro 2 was no exception, but we got a bonus even before the teardown videos came out. Thanks to a CT scan, we got a look inside the AirPods Pro 2 charging case that suggested there...
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Earlier in the month, Apple announced that iOS 16.1 will provide users the new Live Activities feature which allows iPhone users to stay on top of things that are occurring in real time. Live Activities allows users to keep track of sports games, food deliveries and more,...
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The world’s leading advanced semiconductor manufacturer, TSMC, reportedly planned to raise its chip prices by 6% to 9%. Apple, TSMC’s largest client, relies solely on that manufacturer for just about all of its products. Nevertheless, the Cupertino-based tech giant has...
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Reports indicate that Apple is calling off plans to increase production of the latest iPhone series after an anticipated spike in demand failed to come to fruition. According to Bloomberg, this news arrives from sources familiar with the matter. Apple Ditching iPhone 14...
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During WWDC 2022, Apple introduced Stage Manager as a feature exclusive to iPad models with an M1 chip. However, Apple seems to be changing that as the latest beta of iPadOS 16.1 enables it on several older iPad Pros. Stage Manager Works on Older iPad Pros Engadget reported...
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