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Monday June 3, 2019. 10:47 PM
At the risk of invoking the term “cheese grater 2.0” (everyone else will), Apple has unleashed a powerful new Mac Pro that looks to have fully acknowledged the need of pros and appears to have done everything right. Congrats to Apple.
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Like iOS 12, iOS 13 supports a good range of devices. Here is the iOS 13 device support list.
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Apple kicked off the WWDC 2019 keynote with a lovely video. It pays tribute to developers, and the long nights they spend toiling over machines coding. It also perfectly summed up the frustrations of when that damned code just will not work…and the wonderful moment when...
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Project Catalyst is Apple’s official name for what we now as Marzipan. It lets developers port iOS apps to the Mac. I think it can help revive Mac gaming, because presumably games will also be able to get ported. Apple Arcade will be available on macOS as well. But the big ...
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A big announcement at WWDC 2019 was iPadOS. With support for external storage, new ways to multitask, and more.
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Apple revealed the new Mac Pro at WWDC 2019 and it is a bit of beast – featuring up to 28 cores and an Intel Zeon chip.
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Apple just announced a huge new privacy feature called Sign In With Apple. It’s a new type of website and app login.
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An upgrade to tvOS, announced at WWDC 2019 will introduce multiuser support and song lyrics for Apple Music.
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WWDC attendees got a sneak peek of Apple original series ‘For All Mankind,’ produced by the man behind Battlestar Galactica, Ron Moore.
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WWDC19 is live, and we’ve seen a lot of updates for Apple TV. One of them is tvOS game controller support for PlayStation and Xbox controllers.
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The EU said it wanted to hear from Apple about Spotify’s complaint against it. The complaint is being handled by European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, reported Reuters. “We are looking into that and we have been asking questions around in that market but of...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook welcomed the start of Pride Month. tweeting that the courage of those celebrating was “contagious and inspiring.”
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Analyst’s Canalys reduced down their estimates for global smartphone shipments in a new report. AppleInsider reported that they now expect sales in 2019 to total 1.35 billion units. That is down 3.1% from the 1.39 billion units sold in 2018. The Huawei ban is a key factor in...
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First created in 2009, Pl@ntNet is a social network for plant lovers, as well as a plant identification app. Once a user makes an identification (or marks the plant as unknown), they submit their photos to the Pl@ntNet community. Thousands of professional botanists and...
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Security researcher Patrick Wardle found he can bypass macOS security by using synthetic clicks built with AppleScript. Typically apps are signed with a digital certificate to prove that the app is genuine and hasn’t been tampered with. If the app has been modified to...
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Saturday June 1, 2019. 05:12 AM
Apple Card is coming soon, and Bryan Chaffin and guest-cohost Jeff Gamet compare it to the Amazon Prime card and other credit cards. They also dive into the heady topic of what exactly Apple is in the process of coming. Spoiler, Jeff guesses wrong when he says “a services...
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Friday May 31, 2019. 11:33 PM
Let’s just get them out of our system now.  FCPX writes: I thought I’d get ahead of the predictable 2019 Mac Pro complainers before its [probable] announcement at WWDC on Monday. Feel free to add your own in the comments here.
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WWDC 2019, like all WWDCs, will be full of interesting developer details and new Apple initiatives. But to be truly magical, Apple will just have to mesmerize us with details of the new Mac Pro—even if it’s not ready to ship.
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Apple’s WWDC 2019 event is on Monday, June 3. The Mac Observer will host a live blog where you’ll get a live play-by-play of the event, with our commentary and reactions, so bookmark it in your favorite browser
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In the latest issue of Fast Company magazine, Mark Wilson writes about the business of spying, advertising, and analytics that the App Store enables. [Apple] designed a dead-simple interface that, to this day, allows users to sign away contacts, location data, and camera...
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