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Friday June 7, 2019. 09:05 PM
Jeremy Horwitz for VentureBeat: Historically, Apple’s WWDC keynotes have had a predictable cadence — spotlight a handful of new OS features, flash a word cloud with 40 more highlights on screen for a minute, and move on. But this year, Apple’s keynote presenters...
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iPadOS features a new Home screen with more apps and a Today View for information at a glance. JC Torres for SlahsGear: With the announcement of iPadOS, one of the biggest questions that repeatedly comes up is whether the iPad, specifically the iPad Pro, is finally ready to ...
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Apple Store architect wants to use only glass to rebuild Notre-Dame’s roof and spire (image: Eight Inc) Matthew Field for The Telegraph: The architect behind the Apple Store has submitted a proposal for the repair of Notre Dame including an all-glass roof replete with glass ...
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Stan Schroeder for Mashable: When Apple introduced a system-wide Dark Mode in macOS Mojave, I was happy, because I’m one of those people who are prepared to squint and hurt their eyes just to have a cool-looking desktop (kidding; it also saves battery life). But Dark Mode i...
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Jason Cipriani for CNET: If you’ve used a Mac for an extended amount of time, you’ve surely seen the spinning beachball as your system slows to a crawl. It’s especially frustrating to have a Mac that’s just not performing as fast as it should when you’re trying to get work...
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All-new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are the most powerful tools Apple has ever put in the hands of pro customers and will change pro workflows forever. Chuong Nguyen for Digital Trends: It’s always difficult to compare a Windows PC with an Mac apples-to-apples, especially ...
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Joe Rossignol for MacRumors: On the latest episode of the AppStories podcast, MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci sat down with Apple’s software engineering chief Craig Federighi to discuss WWDC 2019 announcements, including Project Catalyst, SwiftUI, and iPadOS. ...
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Jeff Benjamin for 9to5Mac: In this video walkthrough, we go hands-on with tons of new iOS 13 beta 1 changes and features. Items covered include Dark Mode, amazing new iOS photo and video editing features, a hugely-improved Files app, and much, much more. I can confirm that ...
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Dan Goodin for Ars Technica: Criminals in 2017 managed to get an advanced backdoor [Triada] preinstalled on Android devices before they left the factories of manufacturers, Google researchers confirmed on Thursday. Once installed, Triada’s chief purpose was to install apps t...
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CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell, the incoming anchor and managing editor of the “CBS Evening News,” sat down with Apple CEO Tim Cook in San Jose, California, for an exclusive interview after his keynote address at Monday’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. O’Donnell asked...
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Rich Smith for The Motley Fool: Getting back to a trillion won’t be easy. It won’t happen in a day. Both revenue and units sold of Apple’s marquee product — the iPhone — remain “muted,” says Evercore. But as the analyst explains, “[W]e see several catalysts that should...
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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission had made it easier for phone companies to block “robocalls.” David Shepardson for Reuters: U.S. regulators on Thursday voted to allow phone companies to block unwanted “robocalls” by default as Americans grapple with billions...
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Apple’s Mac Pro specs sheet lists mystery 3-meter ‘Pro’ Thunderbolt 3 cables Malcolm Owen for AppleInsider: Apple has included a collection of “Pro” Thunderbolt 3 cables in its list of accessories for the new Mac Pro, including the odd option of a 3-meter cable, a length...
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Apple’s Mac Pro Snazzy Labs via YouTube: Apple released the 2019 Mac Pro at their WWDC keynote to much applause. Sure, things like iPadOS, system-wide dark mode, and the creation of Project Catalyst (formerly known as Marzipan) which allows you to run iOS apps on the Mac...
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Sidecar brings the intuitiveness and precision of iPad and Apple Pencil to creative Mac apps and can run on a wireless connection. Matt Ronge, CEO & Co-founder and Giovanni Donelli, Head of Product & Co-founder for Luna Display: You may have heard the news; we did too....
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Thursday June 6, 2019. 11:24 PM
https://macdailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/190606_mac_pro_lattice.mp4 The lattice pattern on Mac Pro is based on a naturally occurring phenomenon in molecular crystal structures. A network of three-dimensional interlocking hemispheres, it increases the surface area, ...
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Browsing the internet on iPad is so immersive it’s like holding the web in your hands. And now, powerful new features make Safari on iPadOS a desktop-class browsing experience. Tim Hardwick for MacRumors: Apple’s upcoming iPadOS is designed to bring more desktop-class...
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New AirPods build on the magical experience customers love delivering 50 percent more talk time, hands-free “Hey Siri” and the option of a new Wireless Charging Case. Evan Selleck for iDownload Blog: If you have been waiting for the AirPods, along with Siri, to handle...
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Lillian Rizzo and Joe Flint for The Wall Street Journal: AT&T Inc.’s WarnerMedia has abandoned its plan for a three-tiered streaming service and instead will likely package HBO, sister channel Cinemax and the vast library of Warner Bros. TV shows and movies into one...
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Scott Stein for CNET: I’m scrambling around a wooden floor, trying to fend off a giant virtual ball with my iPad Pro. It’s a bowling alley, but it feels like a basketball court. A crowd cheers. Eli faces off across from me, pushing his iPad Pro forward, launching the ball...
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