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Wednesday January 24, 2018. 09:07 PM
We’ve searched the App Store to tell you about some Instagram alternatives, if you’re looking for one.
If you know people who aren’t grasping what the repeal of Net Neutrality means, try hitting them in the stomach. Figuratively, of course. Fast food giant Burger King has an awesome video that makes it much easier to understand the ramifications of an internet without Net...
Amazon Echo and Google Home have squeaky sounding speakers, so that’s why you should buy a HomePod, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Details about the lawsuit aren’t known, however the damages that Hebai Hengbo wants is worth more than US$75,000.
John Martellaro and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to look at the new feaetures in Apple’s iOS 11.3 update for the iPhone and iPad.
Apple’s first developer beta for iOS 11.3 is out with new Animoji, improved ARKit and HomeKit, Business Chat, and more. A public beta is coming soon.
We are pleased to have iDrive as our sponsor here at TMO this week. Cloud backup is something we talk about a lot here on the site and on our Mac Geek Gab podcast, and iDrive is doing a lot of things right. First in the “doing things right” department, iDrive is giving TMO...
Apple’s HomePod isn’t a completely stand alone smart speaker, so you need to have a compatible iPhone or iPad. Here are the compatible models, along with the required version of iOS.
Rogue Amoeba, known well for the many audio tools they make to help podcasters and more, today released Farrago. Built to allow podcasters (and beyond) to quickly play sound bites, audio effects, theme music, and more during live shows or live-to-“tape” recordings, Farrago...
iOS 11.3 for the iPhone and iPad is coming this spring and it’ll included the promised power management for worn out batteries feature, along with new Animoji characters, Health Records management, and more.
We have a deal on the TREBLAB FX100 Rugged Bluetooth Speaker. It features a 7000mAh rechargeable power bank you can use to power both your speaker and your mobile devices. It’s $49.97 through us.
Support for HomePod in iTunes 12.7.3 includes menu options designed specifically to control the device.
Tuesday January 23, 2018. 11:43 PM
The update addresses the same “issue that could cause Messages conversations to temporarily be listed out of order” patched in the main macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 update.
At this time, Apple only lets you change the Move goal, not Stand or Exercise.
The HomePod will be available to order this Friday, January 26.
A bitter complaint about the Apple retail store notwithstanding, there’s no better place to experience Apple, its products and service.
Security Update 2018-001 Sierra and Security Update 2018-001 El Capitan also include the same general security fixes includes in macOS High Sierra 10.13.3.
The general release notes specify only “bug fixes and improvements,” while the security patch notes detail 12 different security holes plugged in the update.
Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Tuesday, an update that fixes the problem of iMessage conversations being out of order.
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