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Friday May 31, 2019. 10:27 PM
Juli Clover reports for MacRumors: Apple today announced in an updated support document that the Back to My Mac service is being eliminated from all versions of macOS on July 1, 2019. Apple previously warned that Back to My Mac support would be eliminated in macOS Mojave,...
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“As an Apple watcher, I am excited about the announcements at next week’s 2019 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference. Hardware news will affect editing and post production this year,” Alex Gollner writes for Alex4D. “Software news will be more about the Final Cut, Motion,...
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“‘Can’t innovate anymore, my ass,’ proclaimed Apple exec Phil Schiller when he introduced the redesigned Mac Pro back in 2013. It was meant to be ‘the future of the pro desktop,’ but it certainly wasn’t,” Tom Warren writes for The Verge. “Four years later, Apple was...
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“On the App Store, Apple is legislator, judge, jury, and executioner. Apple makes the rules. It has the final say about which apps you can officially purchase, download, and use on your iPhone or iPad,” Chaim Gartenberg writes for The Verge. “And importantly, Apple can...
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“Next week, all eyes will be on technology giant Apple as the company holds its annual worldwide developer’s conference,” Bill Maurer writes for Seeking Alpha. “While this event has traditionally been one that is very technical in nature and focuses on the software behind...
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“A Redditor who goes by the name ‘jackharvest’ posted earlier this week in the Android subreddit to share an interesting story,” Zach Epstein writes for BGR. “He works in IT at an unnamed company, and his team noticed something crazy: of the 500 employees at the company, only...
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“Apple’s developer conference beginning Monday will move the company closer to a future in which the iPhone is no longer the central cog for other products and services.,” Mark Gurman writes for Bloomberg. “Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook and other leaders will make a...
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With “WWDC by Sundell,” developer John Sundell is offering in-depth daily coverage of WWDC 2019 for those who cannot attend. Sundell writes: I love WWDC. Part Apple event, part conference, but most importantly an enormous celebration of the developer community surrounding...
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“It has become tradition for Apple to introduce new versions of its operating systems to developers at WWDC [June 3, starting at 10am PDT],” Samuel Axon writes for Ars Technica. “Those systems include iOS for iPhone, iPad, and iPod; macOS for Mac; watchOS for Apple Watch;...
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“When Tim Cook takes the stage next week for Apple’s annual developer conference, it will look from the outside very much like business as usual. At the end of last year, there were 900m iPhones in use around the world and running its iOS operating system,” Richard Waters...
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“Apple Inc. has hired a former executive from Walt Disney Co.’s startup streaming service to beef up management of the global video service it will launch later this year, a sign of the growing competition for talent between tech and media,” Anousha Sakoui and Mark Gurman...
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“Apple has been granted a patent (number 20190164344) for a ‘system and method for interactive screen projection’ for a vehicle,” Dennis Sellers reports for Apple World Today. “In the patent filing, Apple note that many vehicles, especially current automobile designs,...
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Apple today released AirPort Base Station Firmware Update 7.9.1 which improves the security of your base station and is recommended for all AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule base stations with 802.11ac. For more information on the security content of this update see: ...
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Thursday May 30, 2019. 11:25 PM
“Apple’s upcoming new iPhone 11 series smartphones won’t be the most exciting new handsets of 2019,” Zach Epstein reports for BGR. “Not even close. From the front, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R (if that’s what Apple ends up naming them) will sport a desig...
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“The first person I ever met who was fiercely anti-smartphone case was my boss at an old startup job,” Maria Teresa Hart writes for Vox. “‘This,’ he said, pinching his thin iPhone between his thumb and pointer finger, ‘involved hours of effort. People worked to get this...
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“Leap Motion, which made hand-tracking systems for virtual and augmented reality headsets, is reportedly being acquired by haptics company UltraHaptics,” Adi Robertson reports for The Verge. “The Wall Street Journal reported the news earlier today, saying that the San...
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“Apple, Inc. has taken a beating in the month of May on concerns a breakdown in U.S. trade relations with China could leave Apple exposed to a potential boycott in China,” Wayne Duggan writes for Benzinga. “Two analyst said Thursday Apple’s seems to have steered clear of...
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“The ongoing trade war between China and the U.S. shows no sign of ending in the near future,” Davey Winder reports for Forbes. “Now comes the news, first broken online by the Epoch Times this week, that China is preparing to replace the Windows operating system with an...
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“China’s threat to clamp down on exports of rare-earth metals poses problems, because those exports account for more than 80% of U.S. rare-earth imports, according to the U.S. Geological Survey,” Sophia Cai writes for Barron’s. “China not only mines the minerals but also ha...
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“Apple opens WWDC June 3,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “I believe there’s a lot going on at the event, but what benefits might it bring to enterprise users?” “Apple is expected to introduce a swathe of ‘Marzipanified’ apps at WWDC. These are iOS apps that run...
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