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Wednesday June 5, 2019. 07:12 PM
Praveen Nagaraj for Appleosophy: Apple announced macOS Catalina [on Monday] at WWDC 2019, and released the first developer beta. After extensively going through the beta, we believe that cacOS Catalina does not support the dashboard anymore. In macOS Catalina, we used...
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Apple AirPods Marina Koren for The Atlantic: Small, snug, and unyoked from laptop or phone, AirPods are easy to wear for hours at a time, without a second thought. This, BuzzFeed News recently declared, is “Making Things Awkward for Everyone Else.” All-day AirPod wear...
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Matthew Stern for RetailWire: In event planning, too much of a good thing can spoil the party. Apple stores are running into a similar problem as customers flock to the retailer’s tech classes, overcrowding many of their mostly mall-based locations. Increased customer...
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iOS 13 brings exciting new features to popular apps this fall. Apple’s forthcoming iOS 13, due this fall, will be compatible with the following devices: • iPhone XS • iPhone XS Max • iPhone XR • iPhone X • iPhone 8 • iPhone 8 Plus • iPhone 7 • iPhone...
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Andrew O’Hara for AppleInsider: Apple is bringing sweeping changes to macOS 10.15 Catalina, and we’ve gone hands-on to highlight the biggest and best features of the new update. Probably the biggest, and the best feature that Apple introduced in macOS Catalina is Sidecar...
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Richard Speed for The Register: Amid the hoo-ha surrounding Apple’s WWDC announcements were some nuggets aimed at encouraging enterprises to get snuggly with the fruity firm’s devices. What will get admins into a tizzy is the arrival of Microsoft Azure Active Directory...
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Josh Ocampo for Lifehacker: As announced at this year’s WWDC, after 18 years, Apple has finally decided to kill iTunes, its clunky, iconic music app. Apple intends to break up the service into smaller parts— meaning iTunes as we know it will cease to exist. But what...
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Stephen Nellis for Reuters: Apple Inc will ask developers to position a new “Sign on with Apple” button in iPhone and iPad apps above rival buttons from Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc, according to design guidelines released this week. The move to give Apple...
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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. Tim Bajarin for Forbes: For the last three years, Apple has been criticized a great deal for not upgrading their Mac Pro...
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Thomas Fuller for The New York Times: The circular building housing Apple’s headquarters in Silicon Valley is so big, it’s nearly a mile in circumference. So it’s hard to fathom that it is not actually attached to the ground. The spaceship, as the building is often...
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iPadOS features a new Home screen with more apps and a Today View for information at a glance. Henry T. Casey for LAPTOP Magazine: Apple may not have promoted the iPad’s upcoming support for mice and touchpads, but developers wasted no time finding this feature in the beta. ...
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Via CBSNews: 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. Apple...
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Tuesday June 4, 2019. 11:22 PM
Ben Thompson for Stratechery: It is the nature of hardware that a computer the vast majority of Apple’s customers will never own was the headline from the company’s keynote at its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC). The Mac Pro starts at $6,000, and will...
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macOS Catalina Gregg Keizer for Computerworld: Apple kept to past practice yesterday when it said virtually all Macs able to run the current version of macOS will be supported by the upcoming upgrade, dubbed “Catalina,” when it ships this fall. Apple has relied on an...
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Dark Mode brings a dramatic look to iPad for an immersive visual experience. Dave Smith for Business Insider: The iPad is finally going to be the best computer it can possibly be — and it’s all because it’s leaving iOS. As Apple announced at the WWDC keynote on Monday,...
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Victoria Song for Gizmodo: Reproductive health tech is going through some growing pains. On the one hand, there’s been a lot of progress now that menstruation — and all it entails — isn’t quite so taboo. For instance, there’s now a wearable that’s conducting...
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Samuel Axon for Ars Technica: After much speculation and fanfare in the press, Apple confirmed [yesterday at WWDC19] that it will sunset iTunes in the next version of macOS and spin its functionality into three new apps — Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV… This...
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iPadOS features a new Home screen with more apps and a Today View for information at a glance. Jason Hiner and Connie Guglielmo for CNET: With iPadOS, new software specifically designed for the tablet introduced in 2010 and famously called a “magical” device by then-CEO...
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Glenn Chapman for AFP: Apple on Monday announced the demise of its groundbreaking iTunes platform in favor of three more tailored apps, as it refines its offerings to be a stage for digital music, films, podcasts and more. iTunes transformed the way people buy and listen to ...
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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. Chaim Gartenberg for The Verge: Apple announced [yesterday] that its new Mac Pro starts at an already pricey $6,000, but...
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