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Tuesday April 23, 2019. 10:02 PM
“Over the last few weeks Apple has quietly debuted a new YouTube channel dedicated to one of its services: Apple TV,” Ryan Christoffel reports for MacStories. “The Apple TV channel is home to a variety of videos, like trailers for upcoming films and TV shows, exclusive...
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“Hot on the heels of the release of iOS 12.2 last month, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 12.3 as well,” Rajesh Pandey writes for iPhone Hacks. “The company has since then gone ahead and dropped two more beta releases of iOS 12.3 as well.” Pandey writes, “Unlike iOS 12.2,...
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“While streaming services have cut down on the amount of downloading most of us have to do nowadays, and built-in browser downloaders can do the job for the casual web surfer, if you’re transferring a serious amount of files on a regular basis then a dedicated download...
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“Ousmane Bah has pretty solid alibi during the time frame that police say a thief used his name and ID and stole from an Apple store in Boston,” Melissa Locker reports for Fast Company. “He was at his senior prom.” “Bah, 18, has filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging that...
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“The time has finally come. After extending my 2011 iMac’s life years beyond its final end of life (i.e. the time when Apple stops shipping new macOS versions to support the hardware), it’s time to upgrade to a 2019 27’ iMac,” Anthony Karcz writes for Forbes. “The...
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“A new report has highlighted several new features and changes predicted to be announced at WWDC for iOS 13 and macOS 10.15,” Andrew O’Hara writes for AppleInsider. “Most notably, it appears that Apple will finally be implementing a new image flow when importing photos from...
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“On last week’s episode of the Connected podcast, MacStories editor Federico Viticci revealed a pretty interesting scoop he’d been sitting on: mouse support is apparently coming to iPad with iOS 13, which will be previewed at WWDC 2019 on June 3 ahead of launch this...
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“Apple doesn’t necessarily need to use a streaming service to create revenue,” Daniel B. Kline writes for The Motley Fool. “It needs one to make upgrading your iPhone more attractive.” “Apple hasn’t revealed many details of its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming video service,”...
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“JCPenney quietly ditched Apple Pay this month,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. “The retailer now claims the move was necessitated by the April 13, 2019 deadline in the U.S. for supporting EMV contactless chip functionality,” Perez reports. “As of this date, all...
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“AT&T and Sprint have settled a lawsuit over AT&T’s ‘5G Evolution’ branding, which Sprint claimed was fooling customers into believing its 4G LTE network was a full-fledged 5G network,” Adi Robertson reports for The Verge. “‘We have amicably settled this matter,’ an AT&T...
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“A New York student sued Apple Inc. for $1 billion, claiming the company’s facial-recognition software falsely linked him to a series of thefts from Apple stores,” Bob Van Voris reports for Bloomberg. “Ousmane Bah, 18, said he was arrested at his home in New York in...
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“Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S smartphone line is back with the Galaxy S10 and S10+,” Ron Amadeo writes for Ars Technica. “The Galaxy S10 firmly fits into the Galaxy S8 family tree, but with new display and fingerprint technology, the S10 represents the biggest design upgrade s...
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“Apple will be accelerating how it passes some of its giant cash hoard to investors, according to analysts at Wells Fargo, with the iPhone producer expected to offer a dividend increase and raise how many shares it buys back, though not by as much as it has in previous years,...
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Monday April 22, 2019. 11:57 PM
“Samsung has delayed the release of the Galaxy Fold past the original April 26 launch date, the company told CNBC in a statement,” Todd Haselton reports for CNBC. “Samsung said that the Galaxy Fold ‘needs further improvements’ before it releases the phone to consumers, and th...
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“April 22 is Earth Day!” Jay Vrijenhoek writes for Intego. “Fun fact: each year Apple retail stores color the Apple logo’s leaf green in celebration.” “Earth Day is all about awareness of our environmental impact, and as the saying goes, it starts with you,” Vrijenhoek...
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“New Mac users are often given bad advice that leads to mistakes when they first switch to the Mac,” Gary Rosenzweig writes for MacMost. “Don’t listen to others when they advise you to immediately installer add-ons, or give you tips to customize your Mac,” Rosenzweig writes....
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“In a perfect world, the Apple Watch Series 4 could be great. With a few easy settings, a glance at the watch would deliver time, temperature, the dial-in details for your next appointment or many other things that would be helpful. This would be in an ideal world. I don’t...
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The roots of a mangrove tree are like veins. They rise up and plunge down into the salty waters of Cispatá Bay in Córdoba, Colombia, along the coast of the Caribbean Sea, sprawling in every direction. A series of channels have formed an arterial highway connecting to the...
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“In its bid to create the very best technology, Apple decided, in 2014, to employ a full-time philosopher,” Olivia Goldhill writes for Quartz. “The company hired Joshua Cohen, formerly a political philosophy professor at Stanford University to work at Apple University, an ins...
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“Apple could release iPhones in 2020 equipped with 5G modems, according to research notes from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo,” Kif Leswing reports for CNBC. “The modems could be provided by both Qualcomm and Samsung, according to the research” “Apple...
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