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Friday May 17, 2019. 06:02 PM
“Do you want to cut down your Internet data usage?” Serhat Kurt writes for macReports. “If so this article is for you.” “This article explains a few simple yet effective tips to reduce bandwidth usage on your Mac,” Kurt writes. “Bandwidth refers to the total amount of...
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“As devices have become thinner and lighter, the common conception is that they have also become more fragile,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writes for ZDNet. “As a long-term users of Apple laptops, I’ve always considered them to be pretty fragile.” “And it’s also a common...
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Apple United Kingdom has debuted a new ad, “Behind the Music. Behind the Mac,” on YouTube and other media outlets. From bedroom studio to stadium tour, the British music scene is alive. See the emerging and the iconic, the graft and the glory, a glimpse behind the scenes and...
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“Apple and a large number of tech companies have become the subject of a new music lawsuit, with the estate of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ track ‘Over the Rainbow’ composer Harold Arlen accusing the firms of creating a ‘music piracy operation’ that distributes unlicensed and...
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“Even non-technical viewers are increasingly aware that their smart TVs are spying on them. A BuzzFeed report by Nicole Nguyen detailed to mainstream audiences that smart TVs are a pretty sold bag of bad software and creepy spying policies,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for...
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“The majority of Japan’s 20,925-strong chain of Seven-Eleven convenience stores will stock official Apple iPhone accessories including cables, power adapters and EarPods,” William Gallagher reports for AppleInsider. “Beginning on May 22, the convenience stores owned by...
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“Nomura Instinet lowered its price target on Apple shares to $175 from $180 on Friday, citing a coming ‘trade strain’ on the company’s earnings,” Michael Sheetz reports for CNBC. “‘The renewal of China trade tensions are a likely near-term negative for Apple,’ Nomura...
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“Apple’s approach to digital video can best be described as slow and steady. While iTunes and the iPod effortlessly transformed the way we purchased and listened to music, it took the company years to figure out how to position the Apple TV,” Devindra Hardawar writes for...
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Thursday May 16, 2019. 11:35 PM
“With last fall’s release of iOS 12, Apple introduced Siri Shortcuts — a new app that allows iPhone users to create their own voice commands to take actions on their phone and in apps,” Sarah Perez writes for TechCrunch. “Today, Apple is celebrating Global Accessibility...
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“Almost exactly a year after its initial rejection from the App Store, Valve today has officially released Steam Link on the App Store,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “Valve touts that Steam Link ‘brings desktop gaming to your iPhone or iPad'” “Around this time last...
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Consumer Intelligence Research Partners today released analysis of the results from its research on Apple for the fiscal quarter that ended March 30, 2019. CIRP analysis indicates the iPhone US installed base reached 193 million units as of March 30, 2019, compared to 189...
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“AirPods are everywhere — even though they’re pretty awful at what they do,” Angela Lashbrook writes for Medium. “This style of earbud, which rests next to your ear canal but not quite inside it, offers practically zero noise isolation. In other words, AirPods, by...
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“Apple’s devices are far better defended against malware and viruses than other platforms, but does this mean they don’t need anti-virus software?” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “I’ve lost track of the number of times Mac users have told me Macs don’t need...
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“It once seemed necessary that Apple’s iTunes worked on Windows PCs, and it wasn’t surprising that the Apple Music app was delivered for Android phones. But in the world of smart TVs, Apple’s first port to a larger outside platform isn’t to Android,” Daniel Eran Dilger...
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“Former Apple retail boss Angela Ahrendts is joining Airbnb’s board, the company announced Thursday,” Lauren Feiner and Deirdre Bosa report for CNBC. “The former Burberry CEO led Apple’s retail and online stores for five years before the company announced her departure...
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“The war against robocalls is just starting to heat up,” Christian de Looper reports for Digital Trends. “If you’re like me, you probably get multiple robocalls every single day, with seemingly no way to block them from getting through. That, however, could soon change.”...
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“People in China are calling for a boycott of Apple products after tensions between China and the US reached new heights following fresh restrictions targeting Chinese telecoms giant Huawei,” Rosalind Adams and Katy Wong report for BuzzFeed. “On Weibo, China’s version of...
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“Several pre-2011 Macs could still be vulnerable to ‘ZombieLoad’-like security exploits, and Apple can’t fix that because Intel won’t release the necessary microcode updates,” William Gallagher reports for AppleInsider. “While ‘ZombieLand’ itself will not affect these...
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Intel has disclosed vulnerabilities called Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) that apply to desktop and notebook computers with Intel CPUs, including all modern Mac computers. You can check if hyper-threading is enabled or disabled in the System Information app. Just...
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“It looks like iOS 13 will be the end of the line for the iPhone 5S, along with a handful of other devices,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes reports for ZDNet. “According to a report by iPhonesoft.fr, the following iPhones will not be supported by iOS 13: iPhone 5S, iPhone SE, iPhone ...
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