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Friday June 12

08:58
HomePod returns to $200, Philips Hue outdoor light...

In Friday’s best deals, Apple HomePod has returned to $200 alongside various Philips Hue outdoor lights are discounted from $40. Plus, Marshall retro speakers and headphones are starting at $70. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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08:48
'Control' is headed to PS5 and Xbox Series...

Remedy’s mind-bending action-adventure Control has won plenty of praise, including for its gorgeous visuals. But, at least before the developer improved the game’s performance with patches, it struggled on the base PS4 and Xbox One, and dropped to as...

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08:48
Apple Stores in England and Northern Ireland...

Apple today announced that its 32 retail stores in England and one in Northern Ireland will be reopening on Monday, June 15. The company's stores in Wales and Scotland will remain closed until restrictions are eased in those countries.

In a statement shared with The Independent, Apple reiterated the safety procedures that it has implemented at its reopened stores, including temperature checks, social distancing, increased cleaning, and a limit on how many customers are allowed inside its stores at once. Apple is also requiring that all employees and customers wear a face covering while inside its stores and will provide one to customers who do not bring one.

While in-store sales...

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08:33
23-inch iMac, 10.8-inch iPad Air, new iPad mini...

Apple may be planning on launching redesigned iMac and iPad models with new display sizes in the second half of 2020, though it isn't clear exactly when.

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08:20
Is the Rumor about BOE's Poor OLED Display...

Samsung used to be a top smartphone OEM in China, well ahead of Huawei and Apple. Today Samsung is no longer on the top five list and has been wiped out in China which began with the Galaxy Note 7 fires that angered Chinese consumers. Today, China's display leader BOE is a looming threat to Samsung Display business. If BOE is successful with Apple, Samsung's leadership in displays will suffer.

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08:17
'Stray' is a futuristic cat simulator for...

Four years ago, a few GIFs and video clips featuring a mysterious game surfaced online. They depicted a cat wandering around a futuristic take on Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong, but details were nonexistent. Dubbed HK Project, the title resurfaced...

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08:00
Facebook announces the winner of its Deepfake...

In September of 2019, Facebook launched its Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC) -- a public contest to develop autonomous algorithmic detection systems to combat the emerging threat of deepfake videos. After nearly a year, the social media platform a...

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07:59
New iMac, 10.8-Inch iPad Air, and Larger iPad Mini...

Apple is gearing up to launch new iMac and iPad models in the second half of this year, according to DigiTimes, casting uncertainty on whether we'll see a redesigned iMac at WWDC just 10 days from now as recently rumored.

The second half of the year begins just over a week after the WWDC keynote, so it's possible we could see an announcement there with shipping happening a bit later, but DigiTimes would likely have used a more specific timeframe than the vague "second-half 2020" if the launch were that close.

DigiTimes also lists a series of new screen sizes for various iPads and the ‌iMac‌, although this appears to largely be a regurgitation of previous rumors.Apple's new offerings for second-half...

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07:50
Apparent boost in analyst optimism on AAPL is not...

Over the past 24 hours, there’s been a big increase in the number of analysts predicting that the value of AAPL stock will rise, but this apparent boost in optimism on AAPL is not quite as it appears …

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07:45
Twitter removes 170,000 state-backed accounts based...

In its latest sweep, Twitter has removed 32,242 state-linked accounts with ties to the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Russia and Turkey. All of the accounts were suspended for violating Twitter’s platform manipulation policies, the company wrote i...

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07:43
Bizarre internet 'dot' glitch lets you...

Anyone who uses the internet to read stories and watch videos more than they should knows about ad blockers. But they might not know this crazy trick: If you add an extra “dot” immediately after the “.com” but before the slash, you can avoid ads on YouTube and other videos and even bypass free article reading limits on many sites.

As first discovered by Redditor unicorn4sale, the trick has been proven to work on YouTube and several news sites that offer a limited number of free articles before throwing up a paywall. It does not work for sites that are completely subscription-supported, such as the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times, however. It also works on smartphones if you request the desktop version.

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07:42
File Juicer 4.85 - Extract images, video, sound, or...

File Juicer is a drag-and-drop can opener and data archaeologist. Its specialty is to find and extract images, video, audio, or text from files which are hard to open in other ways. In computer forensics this is called carving.

It finds and extracts: JPEG, JP2, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, ZIP, HTML, WAV, AVI, MOV, MP4, MPG, MP3, AIFF, AU, WMV, or text from files which contain data in those formats.

Lossless extraction... File Juicer does't convert the images/sounds/videos it finds, but saves them unchanged in their original format if possible. (See the manual for details.) This is useful:

  • If you want to extract the images/sounds/videos from a PDF or Word document
  • If you have old files you can no longer open with current applications
  • If you receive emails with attachments you can not open
  • If you have corrupt files or databases
  • If you have damaged or accidentally erased flash cards...
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07:41
Anonymous Camera for iPhone launches with face, full...

Anonymizing photos and videos can be a time-consuming task sometimes including multiple steps, especially if you want to strip metadata. Developers Playground.AI decided to tackle that problem and came up with a valuable new iPhone app called Anonymous Camera that handles all of the processing on device in real-time. Playground.AI is also donating all of its proceeds from the app to Black Visions Collective and Unicorn Riot for the first month.

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07:30
It doesn’t matter what the PS5 looks like

The PlayStation 5 is an unattractive piece of tech. At least, everyone I’ve spoken to says so. Next to the clean, utilitarian and purportedly more powerful Xbox Series X, it's not a great look for Sony. The second it was announced, the memes began, c...

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07:24
Save $60 on Withings' stylish Steel HR...

Most tech companies err on the side functionality when it comes to the designs of their smartwatches and fitness trackers, but not so with France's Withings. The company has made a name for itself creating devices that are not only functional but als...

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07:16
UK's antitrust watchdog is investigating...

Facebook bought Giphy last month, and it caused a stir. Sentiments toward Facebook have been shifting over the years, and the GIF sharing site falling into the hands of the company that also owns WhatsApp and Instagram was a disappointment for some....

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07:09
Former Steve Jobs advisor Joanna Hoffman says...

Joanna Hoffman, a former key Apple exec and close confidante of Steve Jobs, has attacked Facebook’s unwillingness to act on hate speech.

Often referred to as Steve’s ‘right-hand woman’ – and one of the few Apple execs willing and able to stand up to him – Hoffman didn’t mince her words …

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06:40
Contact tracing app downloads in Italy make good...

Italy was one of the first countries to adopt the joint Apple/Google API for its coronavirus contact tracing app, and early signs are that this is helping reassure people. Immuni contact tracing app downloads hit more than 25% of those given access in the first ten days.

It had initially been feared that privacy concerns in Italy would limit adoption …

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06:26
Google countersues Sonos for smart speaker patent...

In the latest move of a heated smart speaker legal battle, Google has countersued Sonos, claiming the smart speaker company infringed its patents, Bloomberg has reported. The fight erupted in January this year when Sonos sued Google for alleged paten...

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06:05
ARM Mac transition, iMac redesign, and our WWDC...

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, your hosts discuss Apple's possible move to ARM and possibly a redesigned iMac at WWDC. Plus, we have our own wishlist for Apple's event, and the removal of podcast app Pocket Casts in China.

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06:00
Amazon Fire HD 8 review: A good, cheap tablet with...

Despite the hype around the latest iPad Pros, there’s something to be said for cheap slabs. They’re great communal devices and living-room mainstays for the entire family to use to watch videos, play mobile games, send emails and browse the Internet....

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06:00
Scientists want to fix our notoriously insecure...

The dream of a smart home that would automate your life à la The Jetsons is more like a nightmare thanks to the lack of security in numerous smart devices. Now, the National Science Foundation (NSF) is intervening with a nationwide project designed t...

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05:46
Steve Jobs Confidant, Joanna Hoffman, Speaks out...

Joanna Hoffman joined Apple in 1980, as the fifth member of the team working on the Macintosh project — the first iteration of the Mac computer — and focused on product marketing. Kate Winslet’s portrayal of Hoffman in the 2015 movie "Steve Jobs" reinforced this image of her as Jobs’ "right-hand woman." Hoffman now stands up against social media ...

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05:31
Engadget Podcast: Diving into the Android 11 beta...

It’s all about Android this week as we dive deep into Google’s just-released beta for the upcoming version of its mobile OS. Devindra and Cherlynn are joined by seasoned Android and smart home reporter Florence Ion to discuss their feelings about the...

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05:29
Deals: HomePod Returns to Its Low Price of $199.99...

Apple's HomePod has again reached its lowest-ever price of $199.99 today at Best Buy. This sale is a solid $99 discount on the original $299.00 price of the HomePod, and it's one that Best Buy has offered a few times throughout 2020.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Best Buy. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

The discount is part of Best Buy's new "Dads & Grads" sale, which includes $50 off Powerbeats Pro, up to $200 off MacBook Pro, $100 off MacBook Air, and more. There are also discounts on 4K TV sets, smart home products, and Windows laptops.

$99 OFFHomePod for $199.99

Best Buy offers free next-day delivery for most shoppers in the United States, and there are also options to pick up devices at a local store. Both the...

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05:23
Ten days after ‘wrong time,’ Activision releases...

Ten days after Activision said it was the wrong time to release Call of Duty: Mobile season 7, the company has now done so for both iOS and Android.

There had been mixed reactions to the earlier announcement…

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05:15
Apple reopening 32 UK Apple Stores on June 15

All Apple Stores in England, and one in Northern Ireland, will reopen on Monday, June 15, albeit with new coronavirus related hygiene and social distancing.

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05:05
Google Meet adds presentations to its tiled layout

Google has tweaked Meet’s UI yet again, adding a feature meant to simulate in-person workplace presentations. Back in April, the tech giant rolled out a Zoom—like tiled layout option that gave the video conferencing service the ability to display up...

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05:00
PRApple Media goes live: A new service from the...

Apple developers, service providers, and accessory manufacturers have a new service available for getting the word out on their products and services. PRApple Media is a new public relations and press release distribution service for those working in the Apple ecosystem who want to get as much media exposure as possible without going blowing their budget doing so.

During the past two and a half months, we’ve been working on creating an easy-to-use, automated system for receiving the information needed for us to create and publish press releases for our clients. Intense testing of the system during the past week helped us to quash a few remaining bugs, as well as pointing out new enhancements to be added in coming months.

We use that little red rocket seen at right as our logo, as it’s a simple way of visually stating our mission: “Launch Support for your Apple Apps...

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04:54
Moviegoers excited to return to theaters if social...

Digital movie ticketing platform Atom Tickets has released survey results that reveal positive news for the movie industry in the wake of the pandemic disruption. 

With over 1,500 digital moviegoer respondents, 88% said they are ready to return to theaters within a few months; 25% are willing to return immediately. On the flipside, only 1% said they never plan to return to theaters.

Since March 2020, movie theaters in the U.S. have been adjusting to mandated temporary closure due to federal and state government orders that were put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. In turn, movie studios have rearranged their 2020 and 2021 movie slates to give their films the best shot at box office success.

When asked to identify the most important safety measure to make them feel confident about going back to a movie theater, having spaced seating in the theater auditorium was by far the most critical safety feature at 42.2%...

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04:54
Moviegoers excited to return to theaters if social...

Digital movie ticketing platform Atom Tickets has released survey results that reveal positive news for the movie industry in the wake of the pandemic disruption. 

With over 1,500 digital moviegoer respondents, 88% said they are ready to return to theaters within a few months; 25% are willing to return immediately. On the flipside, only 1% said they never plan to return to theaters.

Since March 2020, movie theaters in the U.S. have been adjusting to mandated temporary closure due to federal and state government orders that were put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. In turn, movie studios have rearranged their 2020 and 2021 movie slates to give their films the best shot at box office success.

When asked to identify the most important safety measure to make them feel confident about going back to a movie theater, having spaced seating in the theater auditorium was by far the most critical safety feature at 42.2%...

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04:54
Moviegoers excited to return to theaters if social...

Digital movie ticketing platform Atom Tickets has released survey results that reveal positive news for the movie industry in the wake of the pandemic disruption. 

With over 1,500 digital moviegoer respondents, 88% said they are ready to return to theaters within a few months; 25% are willing to return immediately. On the flipside, only 1% said they never plan to return to theaters.

Since March 2020, movie theaters in the U.S. have been adjusting to mandated temporary closure due to federal and state government orders that were put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. In turn, movie studios have rearranged their 2020 and 2021 movie slates to give their films the best shot at box office success.

When asked to identify the most important safety measure to make them feel confident about going back to a movie theater, having spaced seating in the theater auditorium was by far the most critical safety feature at 42.2%...

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04:54
Moviegoers excited to return to theaters if social...

Digital movie ticketing platform Atom Tickets has released survey results that reveal positive news for the movie industry in the wake of the pandemic disruption. 

With over 1,500 digital moviegoer respondents, 88% said they are ready to return to theaters within a few months; 25% are willing to return immediately. On the flipside, only 1% said they never plan to return to theaters.

Since March 2020, movie theaters in the U.S. have been adjusting to mandated temporary closure due to federal and state government orders that were put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. In turn, movie studios have rearranged their 2020 and 2021 movie slates to give their films the best shot at box office success.

When asked to identify the most important safety measure to make them feel confident about going back to a movie theater, having spaced seating in the theater auditorium was by far the most critical safety feature at 42.2%...

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04:51
Apple details international expansion of Apple Maps...

The rollout of improved Apple Maps detailed coverage continues with updates being seen for the Nearby, Look Around, and public transit features across Europe, Asia, and more.

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04:37
BOE reportedly struggling with OLED quality for...

Supply chain reports suggest that OLED supplier BOE has failed quality assurance checks for multiple vendors, including Apple with screens destined the "iPhone 12."

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04:32
Huge Apple Maps update inc. real-time transit info...

There’s been a huge Apple Maps update over the course of the past few weeks, with real-time transit information now available the whole of Canada, the Netherlands, Sweden and most of the UK (excludes Northern Ireland). It has also been made available in selected cities in Australia and China – as well as many more US cities and states.

There are also substantial expansions to Look Around, Nearby, Turn-by-turn Navigation, and Indoor Maps for airports …

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04:21
Apple shares 'Dads' trailer, debuts on...

Apple has released a trailer for its upcoming Apple TV+ show "Dads," and has revealed that the show is debuting on June 19.

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04:17
The Morning After: Meet the PlayStation 5

So, it happened. Sony finally showed us the PlayStation 5 and a whole lot of games. Of course there were exclusives like the Rocket League / Twisted Metal hybrid Destruction Allstars, a very Pixar-reminiscent action adventure title in Kena: Bridge of...

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04:16
UK Apple Stores will begin reopening June 15

Apple will reopen a select number of its retail stores in the United Kingdom beginning June 15. All Apple Stores outside of Greater China closed on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have been gradually reopening across the world since April.

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04:15
BOE Reportedly Failed to Deliver First Shipment of...

Chinese display maker BOE reportedly failed to deliver the first shipment of OLED panels for Apple's so-called iPhone 12, which is expected to be released later this year. According to Korea's DDaily, the failure was down to BOE's inability to pass OLED quality control tests.

It's unclear from the Korean-language report when the tests where carried out and whether they will have any material impact on the so-called ‌iPhone 12‌'s production and launch. Apple was said to be "aggressively testing" flexible OLED screens made by BOE as early as August last year.

BOE is the world's top producer of large liquid crystal screens and already makes liquid crystal displays for Apple's iPads and MacBooks, but the firm has...

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04:10
Apple, NeXT veteran Joanna Hoffman calls today'...

Former Apple, NeXT, and General Magic marketer says Facebook is "peddling in an addictive drug called anger," and many modern tech firms are "flawed," or "devious."

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04:00
How to open ancient Pages, Numbers, and Keynote...

Apple has put the Mac versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote through some major revisions over the years. Early versions gave way to the “iWork ’09” suite in 2009, a major update and technically numbered version 4.

Then in 2013, Apple revamped them all again. While versions of the apps starting in 2013 (version 5) through the present (version 10) can open files created in the ’09 suite, version 5 and later can’t open pre-’09 releases, or versions 1 to 3.

Readers sometimes write in wondering how to extract documents they haven’t opened in years but never went through the ’09 update. Unfortunately, earlier versions of Pages are just obscure enough that they aren’t found in any of the major open-source and other software apps that can pick the lock on nearly every outdated format and all modern ones.

To read this article in...

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03:48
Apple Shares Trailer for 'Dads'...

Apple has shared a new trailer on its Apple TV+ YouTube channel for upcoming documentary film "Dads," which will air this coming Father's Day, June 21.

Directed by actress Bryce Dallas Howard, the documentary is described as a "joyful exploration of contemporary fatherhood," and includes anecdotes and wisdom from celebrities like Will Smith, Jimmy Fallon, Neil Patrick Harris, Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, and more, along with portraits of non-celebrity dads around the world.

Dads is a heartfelt and humorous documentary that celebrates the joys and challenges of parenting in today's world. Featuring six extraordinary fathers from across the globe, this film offers a firsthand glimpse into the trials and tribulations of modern-day parenting through revealing interviews, rare home-movie footage, viral videos, and hilarious and thoughtful testimonials from some...

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03:24
Capture One 13.1.0.172 - RAW workflow software.

Capture One is a professional RAW converter offering you ultimate image quality with accurate colors and incredible detail from more than 400 high-end cameras -- straight out of the box. It offers state-of-the-art tethered capture, powerful digital asset management, extensive adjustment tools and a flexible workflow.

With an updated processing engine, market-leading performance and powerful new features, Capture One is the professional choice in imaging software. You get the highly responsive precision tools you need to create stunning images from your camera's RAW files in a time-saving workflow that can be customized to fit your needs.

Note: Listed price is an amount per month for one camera when billed annually. More info here



Version 13.1.0.172:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.13 or later

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03:21
Apple Maps Real-Time Transit Information Now...

Real-time transit information in Apple Maps has been expanded to multiple countries and metropolitan regions, Apple today confirmed in an update to its Feature Availability page (via iphone-ticker.de).

In addition to regular public transport information, Apple now highlights several regions in which transit information is displayed in real time. These include the whole of Canada, England, the Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden and Wales, as well as 32 metropolitan regions in Australia, China, and the United States.

Meanwhile, support for Apple's "Nearby" feature has been expanded and is now available in the following 31 countries: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India,...

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03:21
Apple Maps Real-Time Transit Information Now...

Real-time transit information in Apple Maps has been expanded to multiple countries and metropolitan regions, Apple today confirmed in an update to its Feature Availability page (via iphone-ticker.de).

In addition to regular public transport information, Apple now highlights several regions in which transit information is displayed in real time. These include the whole of Canada, England, the Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden and Wales, as well as 32 metropolitan regions in Australia, China, and the United States.

Meanwhile, support for Apple's "Nearby" feature has been expanded and is now available in the following 31 countries: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India,...

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03:15
Rumor: Apple’s transition to ARM processors could...

Apple could announce its long-rumored shift to ARM processors at its WWDC event this month according to a new report.

The report, filed by Bloomberg, notes that ARM-based hardware isn’t expected until 2021. Still, the ARM-based Mac is thought to be based on TSMC’s 5nm chip fabrication process. Apple is said to be working on at least three of its own processors for the Mac, the first being based on the A14, but not identical to it.

In recent reports, noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated back in February that an ARM-based Mac would ship in 2021. A follow-up reported published in March moved Kuo’s shipping date estimate to the end of 2020.

By creating its own processors, Apple would “own the stack,” allowing the company to customize its chips and define the Mac’s hardware and software capabilities. Ultimately, the processor could migrate to the MacBook Pro or iMac Pro on the higher end, but will most likely debut on consumer-oriented product such as the now-...

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03:00
WWDC 2020 schedule, sessions announced

If you’re eager to learn something at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the schedule has been set.

Apple on Thursday revealed its WWDC 2020 lineup. The event will take place from June 22nd to June 226th, and feature keynotes, labs, a State of the Union speech, and more. As expected, it will be held online this year given the COVID-19 pandemic.

The sessions are as follows:

June 22: Special Event Keynote, 10AM PDT. Discover exciting new innovations and updates coming to all Apple platforms later this year.

June 22, Platforms State of the Union 2PM PDT. Hear directly from Apple engineering leaders as they dive deeper into the latest advances across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.

June 23 to June 26: 100+ Engineering Sessions. Starting June 23, developers will have the ability to learn how to build the next generation of apps with more than 100 technical and design-focused sessions...

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03:00
Samsung Q90T 4K UHD TV review: Samsung tweaks an...

Samsung's Q90T is a minor but welcome improvement over what was already one of the best 4K UHD LCD TVs on the market. The bigger news might be that Samsung has ditched the One Connect breakout box.

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03:00
Yeelight Smart LED Bulb 1S (Color) review: A solid...

The Yeelight Yeelight Smart LED Bulb 1S (Color) is bright enough and boasts some clever lighting features, but its quirky app gave us trouble.

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02:45
Apple rumored to bring Magic Keyboard to more iPads

Leaker l0vetodream claims that the Magic Keyboard currently sold only for the iPad Pro, will be brought to other iPad models.

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02:28
WALTR 1.8.1 - $29.95

WALTR is designed to make it easy to convert and transfer any music or video file to an iPad or iPhone format for native playback. It supports a huge variety of media file types, including MP3, MP4, AVI, CUE, WMA, M4R, AAC, M4V, M4A, FLAC, ALAC, MKV, and more. It even supports file types that are not normally compatible with iOS, including MKV, AVI, FLAC, and CUE, allowing them to be played in the native Music and Movie apps on iOS. Using WALTR is simple. After closing iTunes, a user just needs to plug an iPhone or iPad into a Mac and open the WALTR app. The iOS device and its available storage space is listed at the top of the app, and files can be dragged to the blank space in the app for immediate transfer to the iOS device. Uploads begin as soon as a file is dragged into the WALTR app, and most uploads are very quick, taking a few seconds. Once a file has been transferred to the iPhone or iPad, it is accessible in either the native Movies or Music app on the...

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02:12
Leaker Suggests iPad Pro Magic Keyboard Coming to...

Apple could bring the iPad Pro's Magic Keyboard to additional iPad models, or at least that's the suggestion from increasingly reliable Twitter account L0vetodream.

The Magic Keyboard is available for Apple's latest 11-inch and the 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌. It's also backwards compatible with both of Apple's 2018 ‌iPad Pro‌ models, the ‌‌iPad Pro‌‌ 12.9-inch (3rd generation) and the ‌‌iPad Pro‌‌ 11-inch (1st generation), but currently that's as far as it goes.

The leaker didn't name any ‌iPad‌ models, but Apple is rumored to be working on a new ‌iPad‌ Air that's based on the 11-inch ‌iPad Pro‌, which could be a candidate to get a Magic Keyboard.

According to one report, the fourth-generation ‌iPad‌ Air may be...

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01:13
Logic Pro X 10.5.1 - Music creation and audio...

Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic ever. Sophisticated new tools for professional songwriting, editing, and mixing are built around a modern interface that's designed to get creative results quickly and also deliver more power whenever it's needed. Logic Pro X includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, and loops, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music.



Version 10.5.1:

  • This update contains stability improvements and bug fixes



  • macOS 10.14.6 or later



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Thursday June 11

20:59
HoudahSpot 5.1.2 - Advanced file-search tool.

HoudahSpot is a versatile desktop search tool. Use HoudahSpot to locate hard-to-find files and keep frequently used files within reach.

HoudahSpot will immediately feel familiar. It works just the way you expect search to work. Start with a simple search. Refine it by adding and combining criteria. Browse search results. Add columns. Preview files and text matches. Pick the files you really need.

  • Find files by name, text, content kind, author, recipient, pixel count, etc.
  • Combine criteria to narrow down search results
  • Specify which folders to search and which ones to exclude
  • Add any of the hundreds of columns available
  • Apply filters to reduce search results to only the relevant items
  • Preview files and text matches
  • Open files and, where the application supports it, continue searching for text matches by pressing command-G (Find Next)
  • Set up templates for recurring searches...
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20:31
'Destruction Allstars' for PS5 asks why...

One of the many titles shown off during Sony’s PlayStation 5 showcase was this one, Destruction Allstars. It seems to take Rocket League-like arena vehicular action and turn the dial on the mayhem all the way up. You’re not trying to bump a ball into...

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19:31
'Kena: Bridge of Spirits' PS5 trailer...

Aside from big-name titles like Horizon and Resident Evil, Sony has also showcased a charming indie game with Pixar-like visuals at the Future of Gaming PS5 event. Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a story-driven action adventure by a small developer called...

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18:33
Computex 2020 is the latest canceled trade show

As recently as March, as the coronavirus pandemic was still in the early stages of spreading worldwide, Computex organizers pushed their trade show back from June to late September. Today they announced that despite host country Taiwan’s low number o...

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18:04
Facebook test adds Wikipedia information to search...

Facebook is testing a new feature that displays factual information from Wikipedia in some search results, the company confirmed to TechCrunch. This is perhaps an attempt to keep you on Facebook instead of opening a new tab when you want to learn mor...

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17:17
Sony reveals their next-gen PS5 Gaming Console with...

On Tuesday we reported that Sony's PS5 Event that was delayed until Thursday due to civil unrest in America that began with protests against the murder of George Floyd. Today Sony revealed their new hardware as presented in a video in our report.

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16:03
Tom Hank’s ‘Greyhound’ will preview on July 10 on...

“Greyhound,” a World War II movie written by and starring Tom Hanks, will premiere on Apple TV on July 10.

The film was set to launch in theaters on Father's Day weekend, but that plans got canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most folks figured it would be re-slated for a later premiere in theaters. However, the picture was quietly shopped in a bidding war between various streamings services. Apple won by forking out US$70 million, its biggest feature commitment yet.

The movie is set early in World War II when an inexperienced U.S. Navy captain (Hanks) must lead an Allied convoy being stalked by Nazi U-boat wolfpacks. It's based on a novel by C.S. Forester.

Apple TV+ is available on the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices, as well as at tv.apple.com, for $4.99 per month with a seven-day...

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15:57
Apple posts beta version 108 of Safari Technology...

Apple has posted a new beta version (108) of Safari Technology Preview. It requires macOS 10.15.

The beta offers a sneak peek at upcoming web technologies in the web browser for macOS, iPadOS, and  iOS. It allows developers to experiment with these technologies in their websites and extensions. Safari Technology Preview 108 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for WebInspector, Accessibility, Web API, CSS, JavaScript, Scrolling, Rendering, Async Clipboard API, Web Animations, and Media.

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Apple posts beta version 108 of Safari Technology...

Apple has posted a new beta version (108) of Safari Technology Preview. It requires macOS 10.15.

The beta offers a sneak peek at upcoming web technologies in the web browser for macOS, iPadOS, and  iOS. It allows developers to experiment with these technologies in their websites and extensions. Safari Technology Preview 108 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for WebInspector, Accessibility, Web API, CSS, JavaScript, Scrolling, Rendering, Async Clipboard API, Web Animations, and Media.

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15:57
Apple posts beta version 108 of Safari Technology...

Apple has posted a new beta version (108) of Safari Technology Preview. It requires macOS 10.15.

The beta offers a sneak peek at upcoming web technologies in the web browser for macOS, iPadOS, and  iOS. It allows developers to experiment with these technologies in their websites and extensions. Safari Technology Preview 108 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for WebInspector, Accessibility, Web API, CSS, JavaScript, Scrolling, Rendering, Async Clipboard API, Web Animations, and Media.

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15:57
Apple posts beta version 108 of Safari Technology...

Apple has posted a new beta version (108) of Safari Technology Preview. It requires macOS 10.15.

The beta offers a sneak peek at upcoming web technologies in the web browser for macOS, iPadOS, and  iOS. It allows developers to experiment with these technologies in their websites and extensions. Safari Technology Preview 108 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for WebInspector, Accessibility, Web API, CSS, JavaScript, Scrolling, Rendering, Async Clipboard API, Web Animations, and Media.

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15:50
Apple reveals line-up for 2020 WWDC

Now in its 31st year, Apple says WWDC20 will be the biggest WWDC to date, bringing together the global Apple developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented, virtual way, from June 22 to 26. 

The tech giant has shared the WWDC20 lineup, including keynote and Platforms State of the Union timing, and information on how developers can learn about the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and engage with Apple engineers.

Special Event Keynote

June 22, 10 a.m. PDT

Discover exciting new innovations and updates coming to all Apple platforms later this year. The keynote address will stream directly from Apple Park via apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube, and will also be available for on-demand playback after the conclusion of the stream. For viewers in China, the keynote will also stream on Tencent, iQIYI, Bilibili, and Youku.

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15:50
Apple reveals line-up for 2020 WWDC

Now in its 31st year, Apple says WWDC20 will be the biggest WWDC to date, bringing together the global Apple developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented, virtual way, from June 22 to 26. 

The tech giant has shared the WWDC20 lineup, including keynote and Platforms State of the Union timing, and information on how developers can learn about the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and engage with Apple engineers.

Special Event Keynote

June 22, 10 a.m. PDT

Discover exciting new innovations and updates coming to all Apple platforms later this year. The keynote address will stream directly from Apple Park via apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube, and will also be available for on-demand playback after the conclusion of the stream. For viewers in China, the keynote will also stream on Tencent, iQIYI, Bilibili, and Youku.

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15:50
Apple reveals line-up for 2020 WWDC

Now in its 31st year, Apple says WWDC20 will be the biggest WWDC to date, bringing together the global Apple developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented, virtual way, from June 22 to 26. 

The tech giant has shared the WWDC20 lineup, including keynote and Platforms State of the Union timing, and information on how developers can learn about the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and engage with Apple engineers.

Special Event Keynote

June 22, 10 a.m. PDT

Discover exciting new innovations and updates coming to all Apple platforms later this year. The keynote address will stream directly from Apple Park via apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube, and will also be available for on-demand playback after the conclusion of the stream. For viewers in China, the keynote will also stream on Tencent, iQIYI, Bilibili, and Youku.

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15:50
Apple reveals line-up for 2020 WWDC

Now in its 31st year, Apple says WWDC20 will be the biggest WWDC to date, bringing together the global Apple developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented, virtual way, from June 22 to 26. 

The tech giant has shared the WWDC20 lineup, including keynote and Platforms State of the Union timing, and information on how developers can learn about the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and engage with Apple engineers.

Special Event Keynote

June 22, 10 a.m. PDT

Discover exciting new innovations and updates coming to all Apple platforms later this year. The keynote address will stream directly from Apple Park via apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube, and will also be available for on-demand playback after the conclusion of the stream. For viewers in China, the keynote will also stream on Tencent, iQIYI, Bilibili, and Youku.

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15:44
PlayStation 5 accessories include a camera and...

Sony’s PlayStation 5 won’t launch by its lonesome — there will also be a host of official (not to mention matching) accessories to go with it. To start, you can expect an HD Camera that, like its PS4 predecessor, will include dual cameras (1080p). It...

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15:30
Former Apple engineer Jim Keller resigns from...

Jim Keller is leaving Intel after working for the company since 2018. In a public memo, Intel says that Keller has resigned effective today due to personal reasons. He was a senior vice president and general manager of silicon engineering there, with a major role in designing chips.

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15:19
Art Text 4.0

Major upgrade for the typography design app with new Spray Fill tool and font distortion effects. ($29.99 new, 19.99 upgrade, 722 MB)

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14:56
'Hitman 3' is coming to PS4 and PS5 in...

Agent 47 will take on one of his most important contracts to date when Hitman 3 arrives next January. As ever, you’ll take control of him to meticulously plan and execute assassinations (or try to kill your targets in a completely unsubtle way). IOI...

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14:53
The Exciting Summer Popcorn Movie called '...

Last month Patently Apple posted a report titled "Due to Social Distancing still in Effect, the Tom Hanks WWII Movie that was set to debut in Theaters will now run on Apple TV+." Today Apple set the date of release on Apple TV+ as July 10th.

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14:43
'Horizon: Forbidden West' continues Aloy...

Horizon: Zero Dawn was arguably one of the most engaging and compelling titles released during the the PlayStation 4’s reign though even with an added DLC, fans of the game clambored to experience more of Aloy’s adventure. And with the upcoming relea...

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14:31
'Deathloop' brings Dishonored-like stealth...

Arkane Lyon and Bethesda are finally ready to show more of Deathloop than early teasers, and it’s good news if you still miss Dishonored. They’ve shown the first gameplay for the stealth action shooter, which is now slated to come to the PlayStation...

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14:25
Demon's Souls is getting a PS5 remake

Demon’s Souls, the game that helped make From Software a household name in gaming, is getting a remake. Bluepoint Games, the same studio that handled the PlayStation 4 remake of Shadow of the Colossus, is on development duties, with help from Sony’s...

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14:23
Superbrothers' first game in nine years takes...

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP came out nearly a decade ago but its mix of eerie music, minimalistic graphics and heartbreaking story made a huge impact on players. Since then the developer has been working on a new title, and during today’s...

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14:22
'Resident Evil: Village' is coming to the...

Amidst the slew of games Sony announced for the PS5 today, Resident Evil: Village stood out for the sheer terror factor, as you’d expect in the eighth main game in the franchise. The trailer started with a similar freakish and claustrophobic feel tha...

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14:19
PlayStation 5 Digital Edition loses the disc drive

Just as many rumors predicted, Sony has revealed a disc-less PlayStation 5 model. The PS5 Digital Edition sports the same curvy design as the standard model, but loses the disc-drive hump on the side. Sony Unfortunately, Sony isn’t divulging any act...

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14:17
This is the PlayStation 5

And here it is. Although Sony said today’s PS5 event would be about games, it finally let the world get a look at the actual console. Until now, all that Sony had confirmed about its next-generation hardware were the console’s specifications and the...

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14:12
Apple Patent Reveals finer details about their next-...

Apple's invention covers wireless and control circuitry that may perform spatial ranging operations using a multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) radio detection and ranging (RADAR) scheme as it relates to Apple's next-gen 5G iPhone technology.

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14:06
'NBA 2K21' PS5 preview shows us next-gen...

The first next-gene NBA game made a brief debut during Sony’s PlayStation 5 showcase event, and so far so good for NBA 2K21. The teaser trailer was unfortunately socially-distanced with Zion Williamson dribbling, shooting and dunking in an empty gym,...

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14:01
Bethesda reveals gameplay for its 'Ghostwire:...

Back in June of 2019, just before the world imploded, game development studio Tango Gameworks teased E3 attendees with its upcoming PS5 title, Ghostwire: Tokyo. During Sony’s PS5 preview event on Wednesday, the world got a second look at the title as...

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13:54
Facebook's former product chief will return to...

Chris Cox, one of Facebook’s longest-serving executives, is returning to the company after he resigned last year amid disagreements with CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Cox, who first joined Facebook as an engineer in 2005, announced Thursday that he is returni...

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13:54
'Sackboy: A Big Adventure' is a...

Almost six years since LittleBigPlanet 3, Sackboy is getting his own adventure. During its PlayStation 5 livestream on Thursday, Sony showed off a new series spin-off called Sackboy: A Big Adventure.Sumo Digital, the same studio that worked on Little...

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13:51
Poll: If Apple launches a Magic Keyboard for iPad...

This year Apple took a big step forward by introducing full mouse and trackpad support to iPadOS, and the company now offers its own keyboard with integrated trackpad for iPad: the Magic Keyboard.

more…

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13:45
'Returnal' for PS5 is Housemarque's...

Housemarque said it was leaving arcade shooters behind, and its first PlayStation 5 title appears to be proof of that. The studio has taken the wraps off of Returnal, a third-person shooter for the PS5 that’s decidedly more ambitious than titles like...

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13:43
Uber, Lyft drivers are now employees in California

Drivers working for ride-hailing services such as Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc will be considered employees under California’s new gig worker law, the state’s leading industry regulator said on Thursday.

The decision, by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), which regulates ride-hailing companies across the state, comes six months after a state law took effect that makes it tougher for companies to classify workers as contractors rather than employees. The latter designation exempts them from paying for overtime, healthcare and workers’ compensation.

This looks like it’s done, but the two sides have been battling for the last few years on the issue. I wouldn’t be surprised to see more lawsuits in the future.

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13:39
‘Gran Turismo 7’ is coming to PlayStation 5, someday

Gran Turismo is a staple of the PlayStation lineup. The driving sim serves as a showcase for Sony’s console technology, so it’s fitting enough that the seventh entry into the series will likely be an early PS5 title. During Sony’s PS5 event, the comp...

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13:35
'Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart' is an...

Ratchet and Clank are coming back for another adventure on PS5. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is an interdimensional adventure, in which you’ll be able to leap from planet to planet almost instantly using rifts. It’ll harness the ray-tracing power...

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13:33
The 'Final Fantasy XV' team is making...

During Sony’s online PlayStation 5 preview event on Thursday, viewers were treated to an exciting (albeit truncated) look Luminous Productions’ launch title, Project Athia. The trailer lasted roughly a minute and didn’t provide many details as to the...

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13:23
'GTA V' is coming to PlayStation 5 in 2021

One of the games new PlayStation 5 owners will be able to play after the console launches this holiday season is Grand Theft Auto V. To kick off its PlayStation 5 livestream, Sony announced an enhanced and expanded port of Rockstar’s immensely popula...

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13:22
Apple TV+ film 'Greyhound' to premiere on...

Apple TV+ on Thursday shared its first branded trailer for "Greyhound," an upcoming WWII film starring Tom Hanks that will debut on the Apple streaming service in July.

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13:19
Follow Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote here, live on June...

Enlarge / The key art for this year's conference. (credit: Apple)


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Today, Apple announced more details about its 2020 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), including some initial details about online sessions and the start time of the keynote.

Said keynote is slated to begin on Monday, June 22, at 10:00am PDT (1:00pm EDT;...

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13:16
'Spider-Man: Miles Morales' arrives on PS5...

Here’s something you might not have been expecting at Sony’s PlayStation 5 event: there’s already a new Spider-Man game on the way. Sony’s Insomniac Games is working on Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a PS5-bound sequel that, as the name implies, puts you...

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13:06
Apple Announces July 10 Release Date for Upcoming...

Apple today shared the first trailer for "Greyhound," a WWII movie that stars Tom Hanks as George Krause, a career naval officer given command of Navy destroyer Greyhound in the Battle of the Atlantic.

Inspired by real events, Captain Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) leads an international convoy of 37 ships on a treacherous mission across The Atlantic to deliver thousands of soldiers and much-needed supplies to Allied forces. Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, and Elisabeth Shue star alongside Hanks. The Apple Original film was directed by Aaron Schneider and produced by Gary Goetzman."Greyhound" will premiere in the Apple TV app on Friday, July 10. "Greyhound" was originally meant to be released by Sony Pictures on Father's Day, but it was picked up by Apple amid the ongoing health crisis and will instead see a streaming launch before it comes to theaters.

‌‌Apple TV‌‌+ has few films at the current time, offering up "The...

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13:01
Pocket Casts and Castro Podcasts removed from Apple’...

Apple continues to be embarrassed by its inability to fight back against the Chinese government’s censorship.

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12:57
Adobe launches Photoshop Camera, a free app with...

The Verge:

Adobe is launching a new app today called Photoshop Camera that’s filled with a bunch of very elaborate filters that can change your face and the world around you. Some of the filters are really impressive: several identify the sky behind you and replace it with perfect clouds or a magical moon; another puts you inside a Black Mirror-esque glitchy world; and another makes you look like you’re in a comic book.

The app is available for free and works on both iOS and Android (though only recent Pixel, Galaxy, and OnePlus models are officially supported for the latter). Adobe launched a preview of the app in November.

Photoshop Camera has little to do with Photoshop beyond the fact that both have to do with photos and both of them are apps. You can do some basic photo editing here — adjust contrast, exposure, saturation, and so on — but mostly you’re meant to snap a picture, filter it, and leave. If you want to make adjustments, there’s a magic wand...

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12:53
Apple TV+ sets July 10 release day for Tom Hanks...

Last month, Apple inked a $70 million deal to premiere the upcoming Tom Hanks World War II film Greyhound. Following that announcement, Apple today has shared that it will release the film on Apple TV+ on July 10.

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12:49
YouTube will 'amplify' Black creators with...

In an attempt to “amplify” Black voices and perspectives, YouTube is creating a $100 million, multi-year fund dedicated to Black creators, artists and their stories. It’s not clear exactly how that money will be spent, but YouTube plans to “elevate”...

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12:46
Top Five Calculator Tips for iPhone

Most iPhone users will be aware of their device's built-in calculator, but not everyone will know some of the tricks that you can perform with the app that can save you time. Here are some of our favorite tips.

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1. Swipe to Delete Numbers

It's a common misconception that if you type the wrong number into the Calculator app, you have to start the whole sum all over again. Happily, that isn't the case: Simply swipe right or left with a finger across the number display to remove the last number you typed, and repeat the action if necessary to remove several numbers.

2. Scientific calculator

The default calculator app includes a built-in scientific calculator that you can use to perform logarithms, square roots, trigonometric calculations, and more advanced math equations.

To access the...

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12:46
Top Five Calculator Tips for iPhone

Most iPhone users will be aware of their device's built-in calculator, but not everyone will know some of the tricks that you can perform with the app that can save you time. Here are some of our favorite tips.

Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.

1. Swipe to Delete Numbers

It's a common misconception that if you type the wrong number into the Calculator app, you have to start the whole sum all over again. Happily, that isn't the case: Simply swipe right or left with a finger across the number display to remove the last number you typed, and repeat the action if necessary to remove several numbers.

2. Scientific calculator

The default calculator app includes a built-in scientific calculator that you can use to perform logarithms, square roots, trigonometric calculations, and more advanced math equations.

To access the...

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12:25
Apple TV hardware is a great example of Apple's...

The Apple TV set-top box doesn't have giant market penetration in a world flush with cheaper alternatives. But like the iPad, the hardware practically demonstrates how Apple goes above and beyond in developing its products.

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12:15
Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library to...

Internet Archive has announced the Temporary National Emergency Library will be closing two weeks early, citing a recent lawsuit brought on by four publishers. The Internet Archive (IA) created the library, a collection of 1.4 million free ebooks, in...

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12:00
Review: Belkin's New SoundForm Elite Smart...

Belkin is known for its range of iPhone accessories that include wireless chargers, and one of the company's latest offerings is unique because it pairs wireless charging functionality with a home speaker.

The SoundForm Elite Smart Speaker + Wireless Charger, which is priced at $300, was released in May, and while it's something of a niche product because of its price point, it may fill a void for those who are looking for devices that have a range of functions.

Design wise, the speaker looks a little bit like a HomePod with the top cut off, though it's wider than the ‌HomePod‌. It has the same rounded body shape with an angled top area that's designed to fit a smartphone for wireless charging purposes. I have an...

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11:54
Apple announces WWDC keynote timeline, week-long...

This might just be Apple’s most interesting and important WWDC ever.

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11:53
Snapchat gaining mini integrated apps from third-...

Snapchat has shared a slew of announcements today at its Snap Partner Summit event. The headlining new changes include third-party apps integrated into Snapchat called “Minis” coming in July, a new “Happening Now” banner and redesigned bottom “Action Bar,” voice commands for filters, and businesses being listed in the app’s maps feature.

more…

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11:51
∞ Tim Cook unveils Apple’s $100 million Racial...

Cook: “Things must change, and Apple’s committed to being a force for that change.”

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11:46
Apple Launches $100 Million Racial Justice...

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday announced a $100 million project focused on the systemic barriers to opportunity and dignity faced by the black community, with special emphasis on education, economic equality and criminal justice reform. Details: The effort will begin in the U.S., then expand internationally over time.
It will be led by Lisa Jackson, the former EPA administrator who has led Apple's environmental efforts for the last several years.
Apple is also addressing internal issues, promising to boost its hiring of underrepresented minorities and increase its spending with black-owned suppliers. YouTube announced a multiyear, $100 million fund dedicated to "amplifying and developing the voices of Black creators and artists and their stories," according to CEO Susan Wojcicki. From a report: "At YouTube, we believe Black lives matter and we all need to do more to dismantle systemic racism," Wojcicki wrote in a blog post. "We're committed to doing better as a platform...

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11:22
Apple to End Support for iBooks Author

Apple’s education-oriented ebook creation software will receive no further updates and will be pulled from the Mac App Store. The company is encouraging users to switch to Pages, promising that a future update to Pages will be able to import iBooks Author files.

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11:17
9to5Mac Happy Hour 281: iMac redesign, ARM Mac...

This week Zac and Benjamin unpack the long-running rumors that Apple will switch from Intel to custom-designed chips in Macs, a new rumor that Apple has a redesigned iMac coming at WWDC, new changes in iOS 13.6 beta, Apple’s plans for WWDC week, and much more.

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10:55
Apple's WWDC20 Kicks-Off with a Special Keynote...

Apple announced this morning that in its 31st year, WWDC20 will be the biggest WWDC to date, bringing together the global Apple developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented, virtual way, from June 22 to 26.

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10:55
Apple Announces WWDC 2020 Schedule

Apple has unveiled the schedule for its first all-virtual WWDC, including the keynote, new developer forums, and one-on-one sessions with Apple engineers.

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10:28
Beware! iCloud Backups Deleted after 180 Days

Did you know that Apple automatically deletes iCloud backups of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch 6 months after the last backup was made? Even when you continue to pay for iCloud storage space? Neither did we, and while it’s not a common problem, plenty of people have suffered from it.

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10:27
Geekbench 5.2.0 - Measure processor and memory...

Geekbench provides a comprehensive set of benchmarks engineered to quickly and accurately measure processor and memory performance. Designed to make benchmarks easy to run and easy to understand, Geekbench takes the guesswork out of producing robust and reliable benchmark results.

The published price is for a single-user license for OS X only, see the pricing page for other license options.



Version 5.2.0:

  • Re-introduce support for 32-bit Android devices
  • Add support for Vulkan 8-bit storage types
  • Optimize Compute Benchmark transfer functions
  • Fix crashes that could occur when running the Compute Benchmark on Android
  • Fix display issues that could occur when using Dynamic Type on iOS



  • macOS 10.13 or later



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10:25
Apple Announces a $100 Million Dollar 'Racial...

Today, Apple's Tim Cook delivered a message on his Twitter page instead of Apple's Home Page about Apple's fight against racism

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10:23
Apple Plans In-Store Mac Trade-in Program

You’ve been able to trade in old Macs while purchasing online for a while now, but Apple is reportedly planning to extend the program to in-store Mac trade-ins.

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10:18
Apple’s event calendar: Apple announces lineup and...

Updated 06/11/20: Apple has released details and a schedule for WWDC, beginning with a special event streamed from Apple Park at 10am Pacific Time on June 22.

Apple doesn’t often participate in big industry-wide events like CES or E3. The most valuable company in the world holds its own events, thank you very much. Several times a year, Apple invites the press and industry professionals out to a theater to hear all about its latest products and services. Apple calls these “Special Events,” and streams them online to its millions of fans.

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10:16
Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 108 With...

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced four years ago in March 2016. Apple designed the ‌Safari Technology Preview‌ to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari.

‌Safari Technology Preview‌ release 108 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for Web Inspector, Accessibility, Web API, CSS, JavaScript, Scrolling, Rendering, Async Clipboard API, Web Animations, and Media.

The new ‌Safari Technology Preview‌ update is available for both macOS Mojave and macOS Catalina, the newest version of the Mac operating system that was released in October 2019.

The ‌Safari Technology...

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10:15
Apple announces $100 million Racial Equity and...

In addition to announcing scheduling details for its WWDC starting on June 22, Apple on Thursday revealed that it has created the Racial Equity and Justice Initiative with a $100 million commitment. In a video statement released on his Twitter feed, Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “The initiative will challenge the systemic barriers to opportunity and dignity that exists for communities of color and particularly for the black community, with special focus on issues of education, economic equality, and criminal justice reform.”

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10:13
WWDC 2020 schedule announced

Apple today announced the schedule for the 2020 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), which will be held virtually starting on June 22, 2020. The event is open to all registered Apple developers, and is billed as the “biggest WWDC to date” since all developers can attend without needing to apply for a lottery or spend money on travel.

As usual, the event kicks off with a keynote event scheduled for Monday, June 22 at 10 AM PDT, streamed from Apple Park. The keynote will be viewable by anyone on Apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, Apple TV and YouTube.

The keynote is quickly followed by a “Platforms State of the Union”, providing developers with details of the upcoming updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. The Platforms State of the Union stream will be available on the Apple Developer app and website, beginning at 2PM PDT on June 22.

More than a hundred technical and design-focused...

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10:10
The Internet’s most important—and misunderstood—law...

The article quotes Eric Goldman, a professor at the Santa Clara University Law School, as saying, for better or worse, “…this rule made the modern Internet possible.”

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10:07
MacRumors Exclusive: Take 30% Off One Item on Mophie...

MacRumors and Zagg have partnered up again to offer our readers a 30 percent off coupon code across Zagg's family of brands. In total, this includes Zagg, Mophie, Braven, Invisible Shield, iFrogz, Gear4, and Halo.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Zagg. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

To get the discount, head to Zagg's website, browse for an item, add it to your cart, and when you do you'll notice a pop-up on the right where you can view your cart. Here you can enter the promo code MACRUMORS30 and click apply to see the 30 percent discount taken off the item in your cart...

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09:56
Tim Cook unveils Apple's $100 million Racial...

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday announced a new $100 million endeavor to support racial equity and justice across the U.S. and the world.

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09:51
Work Out Smarter, Not Harder with the FIT RELIEF...

Want to train like a professional athlete? The FIT RELIEF Wearable Smart Device is on sale today for $74.99, and it’s what you need if want to exercise certain muscle groups or work on relieving pain in specific areas.

Your body is unique to you, so your workout should be customized to you. Fit Relief is a pocket-sized smart device designed to give you a full-body workout tailored to you. Controlled through your smartphone, Fit Relief can strengthen muscles, treat pain, and speed up muscle recovery. Through the Fit Relief App, simply choose from various custom modes like fitness or pain relief. You can now tone and strengthen your muscles at your desired intensity and provide your body with increased blood...

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09:50
Camera app to capture anonymised footage

I’ve been playing around with this app and it works mostly as advertised. I say mostly because if you move too quickly, the blur can’t keep up. Hopefully, you’ll never have to use this app but it’s good to know it’s available.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:49
Lowest prices: up to $400 off 13-inch MacBook Pros,...

Even more exclusive deals have arrived, with bonus savings on Apple's new 2020 MacBook Air, as well as the lowest prices anywhere on closeout 2019 13-inch MacBook Pros. Save up to $400 instantly — only at AppleInsider.

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09:36
Apple CEO Tim Cook Announces $100 Million Racial...

Apple CEO Tim Cook today took to Twitter to announce Apple's Racial Equity and Justice initiative, with a $100 million commitment.

The effort will be led by Apple's vice president of environment, policy, and social initiatives, Lisa Jackson.Beginning in the United States and expanding globally over time, the initiative will challenge the systemic barriers to opportunity and dignity that exist for communities of color and particularly for the black community with special focus on issues of education, economic equality and criminal justice reform.Cook says the initiative will build on Apple's existing work in the racial justice space, significantly broadening its scope and impact through a model that was also used for Apple's environmental efforts.Lisa has revolutionized our environmental work by looking across the company, bringing existing teams and projects together under one umbrella, dramatically expanding those...

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09:30
Apple announces WWDC keynote timeline, week-long...

Apple CEO Tim Cook and company will launch the 2020 WWDC with a "special event keynote" on June 22, at 1 PM Eastern Time — with sessions following on how to build "the next generation of apps."

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09:29
Apple Invents an iPhone back-cover finish that uses...

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to a next-gen finish for the back glass of iPhones. In one aspect, Apple's logo that's now seen on iPhones is a flat printed or etched image that fades over time. Apple may, in the future, have their logo placed on iPhones using a new laser-based methodology that is able to set their logo in a multilayered design that reflects back a series of colors and more

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09:24
Apple announces new ‘Racial Equity and Justice...

Tim Cook has just announced a new major commitment from Apple to support the fight for racial equality and justice that will see the company donate $100 million to make real change happen.

more…

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09:05
Podcast Apps Pocket Casts and Castro Removed From...

Before June each year, content and media platforms in China anxiously anticipate a new round of censorship as the government tightens access to information in the lead-up to the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. This year, Chinese users lost access to two podcast apps -- Pocket Casts and Castro Podcasts. From a report: Neither apps are searchable within Apple's Chinese App Store at the time of writing. Pocket Casts, which was acquired by a group of American public radio companies in 2018, tweeted that it "has been removed from the Chinese App Store by Apple, at the request of the Cyberspace Administration of China," the country's internet watchdog. When Pocket Casts asked for clarification, Apple's app review team told the podcast firm to contact the CAC directly, an email seen by TechCrunch showed.

"We will most likely contact them to find out more, though we weren't given that option to stop the app from being removed, only as a potential solution to have it...

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09:02
Apple Shares WWDC Schedule, Keynote Takes Place June...

Apple today shared details on the schedule for its upcoming WWDC 2020 event, which is set to take place in a digital only capacity for the first time. Though digital, Apple says that this year's event will be the "biggest WWDC to date," as all developers are able to attend for free.

The WWDC Keynote event will take place on Monday, June 22 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, and it will be streamed directly from Apple Park. Developers and Apple users will be able to watch on Apple.com, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV app, and YouTube.

A Platforms State of the Union, which is designed to provide developers with a deeper look into the newest updates...

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09:01
Apple confirms WWDC 2020 schedule, including Special...

Ahead of WWDC 2020 kicking off on June 22, Apple today has offered additional details on this year’s schedule. Apple has confirmed that the all-virtual WWDC will include a keynote address, Platforms State of the Union, 100+ engineering sessions, all-new Developer Forums, 1-on-1 labs with more than 1,000 Apple engineers, and more.

more…

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08:58
iPad mini 4 cellular at $449 in today’s best deals,...

iPad mini cellular configurations from $449 alongside a Western Digital and SanDisk storage sale that takes up to 50% off. Plus, deals on Sony’s truly wireless earbuds. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

more…

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08:42
New Adobe Photoshop Camera brings AI to image filters

Alongside a plethora of image filters, Adobe's new Photoshop Camera app for iOS examines objects and recommends options before users take their shot.

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08:35
UK NHS undecided on contact tracing app, switch to...

The U.K. National Health Service is charging ahead with plans to release its contact tracing app, despite there still being unanswered questions about its functionality.

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08:18
Adobe debuts free Photoshop Camera app for iPhone...

Adobe has released its latest product today, the Photoshop Camera app for iPhone. The new free app aims to bring the power of Photoshop to your smartphone’s camera with AI smarts and a ton of filters to create some really unique shots with a focus on social media sharing.

more…

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07:30
Adobe Launches 'Photoshop Camera' App on...

Following eight months of beta testing, Adobe today made its free Photoshop Camera app available to all iPhone users.

Like many other third-party camera apps, Photoshop Camera revolves around adding filters and effects to your photos, before or after taking the shot. There are over 80 custom filters and effects to choose from at launch, along with custom-designed lenses inspired by artists and influencers like singer Billie Eilish.

Artificial intelligence plays a key role in Photoshop Camera. When taking photos, the app can make automatic improvements to attributes such as lighting and focus. And for group selfies, the app recognizes where each subject is positioned to eliminate distortion.

Photoshop Camera is primarily targeted at mobile-first Instagram users, competing with the likes of Snapchat, Facetune, and Instagram itself.

The app is...

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07:28
9to5Mac Daily: June 11, 2020 – More iMac rumors, iOS...

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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07:23
iOS contacts, the low Emergency Bypass setting, and...

Conner Carey, iPhone Life, in a post from a year back:

The Do Not Disturb function on iPhone allows you to silence all incoming calls, texts, and notifications. Here’s how to bypass Do Not Disturb for individual contacts using a feature called Emergency Bypass. This allows the people designated to reach you on your iPhone even if your Do Not Disturb settings are set to silence calls and texts from everyone.

Obviously, this has been around for a while, but the discoverability is pretty low, thought it worth posting. Here’s the details:

  • Go into Contacts
  • Search for a contact you want to be able to reach you, even if you have Do Not Disturb enabled

(Note that “Add to Emergency Contacts” is on this page. Not what we’re going for, that’s for the Health app and emergency responders)

  • Tap Edit to edit the contact
  • Scroll down and tap Ringtone
  • There at the top of the Ringtone page is the Emergency Bypass switch...
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06:39
Educated guesses on software transitioning to macOS...

Though this post is written from a software developer’s perspective, it is quite readable even if you’ve never written a line of code. And if you are interested in a potential Arm-based Mac, it’s short and worth your time.

If I had to cherry-pick one highlight:

Assertion: ARM Macs will exclusively run Catalyst apps.

The thinking goes, since major apps like Microsoft Word and Photoshop already have versions on the iPad, it would be a piece of cake for them to recompile and run on MacOS as Catalyst apps.

This would be a serious downgrade for users of these apps on MacOS, and would be a major departure from the way the apps currently behave on MacOS. And even with Catalyst, it’s still a lot of work for an iPad app to look and feel like a Mac app. You’re still going to need a team to make sure everything ports correctly, in addition to adding all the missing functionality that your users would expect to be there. I just don’t see this...

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06:35
Apple and other tech companies pledge new tools to...

Apple is one of 18 tech companies pledging to work together to build new technological tools to combat child sexual abuse. The Technology Coalition (TTC) was first formed in 2006, but has today announced a new initiative known as Project Protect.

Other members of the coalition are Adobe, Amazon, Cloudflare, Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr, GoDaddy, Google, Microsoft, PayPal, Roblox, Snap, Twitter, Verizon, VSCO, Wattpad, and Yobo …

more…

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06:35
Spike adds collaborative notes and tasks to its...

I’ve been using Spike as my primary email client since early February, and while it takes a bit to unlearn some of your existing email habits, I find it to be the best email app for my use case. I find myself processing emails faster than I could ever do in a traditional email app. If you haven’t heard of Spike, I highly encourage you to read my review. Today, Spike released a new version of its app with two new additional components of the app: Spike tasks and notes. I’ve been testing these features for the past few weeks, and I am excited that it’s now out for general release. more…

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06:28
How to manage notifications in macOS

Safari Notifications can be great, but a flood of them can hide what you really want to see. Here's how to get them under control, and specify which notifications will be displayed to you in macOS.

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06:11
Amazon bans police use of facial recognition...

My immediate thought on reading that headline was, “Why one year?”. To get that, here’s Amazon’s actual announcement:

We’re implementing a one-year moratorium on police use of Amazon’s facial recognition technology. We will continue to allow organizations like Thorn, the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Marinus Analytics to use Amazon Rekognition to help rescue human trafficking victims and reunite missing children with their families.

We’ve advocated that governments should put in place stronger regulations to govern the ethical use of facial recognition technology, and in recent days, Congress appears ready to take on this challenge. We hope this one-year moratorium might give Congress enough time to implement appropriate rules, and we stand ready to help if requested.

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06:05
Visual Studio Code 1.46.0 - Cross-platform code...

Visual Studio Code provides developers with a new choice of developer tool that combines the simplicity and streamlined experience of a code editor with the best of what developers need for their core code-edit-debug cycle. Visual Studio Code is the first code editor, and first cross-platform development tool - supporting OSX, Linux, and Windows - in the Visual Studio family.

At its heart, Visual Studio Code features a powerful, fast code editor great for day-to-day use. The Preview release of Code already has many of the features developers need in a code and text editor, including navigation, keyboard support with customizable bindings, syntax highlighting, bracket matching, auto indentation, and snippets, with support for dozens of languages.

For serious coding, developers often need to work with code as more than just text. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for always-on IntelliSense code completion, richer semantic code understanding...

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05:17
UK government still hasn’t decided how NHS contact...

A new report today says that the British government still hasn’t decided exactly how its NHS contact tracing app should work, but insists that it will be ready to roll out ‘within a fortnight.’

The coronavirus app was originally promised for May …

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05:16
Vivaldi 3.1.1929.29 - An advanced browser made with...

Vivaldi is a browser for our friends.

We live in our browsers. Choose one that has the features you need, a style that fits and values you can stand by. From the look and feel, to how you interact with your browser, every aspect of Vivaldi can be tweaked and customized. You’re in control. Online privacy is more important than ever and how your browser handles sensitive data is crucial. Vivaldi doesn’t track or store any of your data. Managing hundreds of tabs is a breeze, and built-in tools like Notes and screen Capture mean there’s no need to hunt for add-ons.



Version 3.1.1929.29:

  • [New][Menus][Settings] “Configurable Menus”
  • [New][Notes] Full page “Notes Manager”
  • [Address bar] Mic and Camera permissions are not triggered on some sites VB-65013
  • [Address bar][Search field] Can’t use arrow keys to select suggestions when Num Lock is on VB-52978
  • [Address bar][Sync][User profiles] Profile button...
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05:00
Will Apple make the switch to its own processors in...

The switch to Apple processors in Macs could be happening sooner than later. We may also finally see wholesale changes to the iMac. We talk about Apple’s Mac plans  and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast.

This is episode 701 with Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola.

Listen to episode 701

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04:50
Apple working on tech to auto blur sensitive images...

Apple is researching technology that would identify confidential or sensitive elements in a video frame, and automatically blur or replace them with a static image to protect privacy.

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04:42
TSMC US plant: Senate and Congress say US chipmakers...

Controversy over the planned TSMC US plant continues. There are bipartisan moves in both the Senate and House to argue that if a Taiwanese company is given subsidies to build a semiconductor plant in the US, the same should apply to American-owned companies.

It follows news that TSMC is seeking huge subsidies from the US government in order to proceed with plans to build a plant in Arizona …

more…

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04:30
ShiftCam launches its ProLens range of professional...

ShiftCam says its ProLens range of professional smartphone lenses for the iPhone 11 series is available now.

Made from premium DSLR grade glass, it brings DSLR quality optics to mobile photography and combines the pocket-sized portability of a mobile phone and the high-quality of a DSLR camera.

The ProLens series uses the patented S-Mount system featured on ShiftCam cases to securely mount any ProLens. To learn more, go to www.shiftcam.uk.

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04:30
ShiftCam launches its ProLens range of professional...

ShiftCam says its ProLens range of professional smartphone lenses for the iPhone 11 series is available now.

Made from premium DSLR grade glass, it brings DSLR quality optics to mobile photography and combines the pocket-sized portability of a mobile phone and the high-quality of a DSLR camera.

The ProLens series uses the patented S-Mount system featured on ShiftCam cases to securely mount any ProLens. To learn more, go to www.shiftcam.uk.

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04:30
ShiftCam launches its ProLens range of professional...

ShiftCam says its ProLens range of professional smartphone lenses for the iPhone 11 series is available now.

Made from premium DSLR grade glass, it brings DSLR quality optics to mobile photography and combines the pocket-sized portability of a mobile phone and the high-quality of a DSLR camera.

The ProLens series uses the patented S-Mount system featured on ShiftCam cases to securely mount any ProLens. To learn more, go to www.shiftcam.uk.

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04:30
ShiftCam launches its ProLens range of professional...

ShiftCam says its ProLens range of professional smartphone lenses for the iPhone 11 series is available now.

Made from premium DSLR grade glass, it brings DSLR quality optics to mobile photography and combines the pocket-sized portability of a mobile phone and the high-quality of a DSLR camera.

The ProLens series uses the patented S-Mount system featured on ShiftCam cases to securely mount any ProLens. To learn more, go to www.shiftcam.uk.

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04:24
Darkroom Photo Editing App Gets New Album Manager

Darkroom, a popular camera app designed for iOS devices, has been updated with new features that enable users to manage albums within the app, rather than in the Photos app.

Once the update is installed, users no longer have to exit the app to manage their photo collection – they can create and edit albums from within the Darkroom interface, and the changes they make will be reflected in their device's native photo library.

Today's update adds complete Album Management workflows to Darkroom. From the library, you can now create, rename, and delete albums. You can also select photos and add them to an album. All changes are reflected in your photo library and vice versa.When browsing albums, the Batch tool can be used to select multiple photos. Doing so reveals a row of actions at the bottom of the screen, and new to that list is "Add To." Users can tap this option to move...

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04:23
Virtual schools market expected to grow by $3.2...

The virtual schools market worldwide is projected to grow by US$3.2 billion, driven by a compounded growth of 12.8%, through 2025, according to Research and Markets. Private educational management organizations (EMOs), one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 13.5%. 

The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market private and EMOs will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth, says Research and Markets. 

Representing the developed world, the U.S. will maintain a 11.3% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over $126.7 million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5-6 years. Over $103.7 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe...

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04:23
Virtual schools market expected to grow by $3.2...

The virtual schools market worldwide is projected to grow by US$3.2 billion, driven by a compounded growth of 12.8%, through 2025, according to Research and Markets. Private educational management organizations (EMOs), one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 13.5%. 

The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market private and EMOs will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth, says Research and Markets. 

Representing the developed world, the U.S. will maintain a 11.3% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over $126.7 million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5-6 years. Over $103.7 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe...

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04:23
Virtual schools market expected to grow by $3.2...

The virtual schools market worldwide is projected to grow by US$3.2 billion, driven by a compounded growth of 12.8%, through 2025, according to Research and Markets. Private educational management organizations (EMOs), one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 13.5%. 

The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market private and EMOs will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth, says Research and Markets. 

Representing the developed world, the U.S. will maintain a 11.3% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over $126.7 million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5-6 years. Over $103.7 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe...

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04:23
Virtual schools market expected to grow by $3.2...

The virtual schools market worldwide is projected to grow by US$3.2 billion, driven by a compounded growth of 12.8%, through 2025, according to Research and Markets. Private educational management organizations (EMOs), one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 13.5%. 

The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market private and EMOs will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth, says Research and Markets. 

Representing the developed world, the U.S. will maintain a 11.3% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over $126.7 million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5-6 years. Over $103.7 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe...

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04:05
Twitter working on Facebook-style reactions: shocked...

Reverse-engineering of Twitter code shows that the company is working on allowing Facebook-style reactions to tweets, beyond the current Like option.

Six different emoji have been found …

more…

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04:00
How to get the WWDC app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

WWDC 2020 is approaching quickly, and with this year’s event being totally virtual due to the pandemic, the WWDC app will be more important than ever. Follow along for how to get the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and the best unofficial option for Mac.

more…

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04:00
How to recover your Pages, Numbers, or Keynote...

For extra security, you can set a password for a Pages, Numbers, or Keynote document in macOS. With the file open, choose File > Set Password. But what if you forget that password? This is common if you have a Mac with Touch ID and rely on your finger to bypass entering whatever secret you set. (Read to the bottom for a significant warning about this feature, however!)

When you create the password, you see a different option depending on whether you are on a computer with Touch ID available and enabled or not.

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03:45
Apple Registers Nine Unreleased iPhones and New Mac...

Apple has registered nine unreleased iPhone models in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database, according to listings uncovered by MySmartPrice and confirmed by MacRumors.

The new and unannounced iPhones use the previously unknown model identifiers A2176, A2172, A2341, A2342, A2399, A2403, A2407, A2408, and the A2411.

Rumors have suggested Apple will complete its transition to an all-OLED lineup for this year's "iPhone 12," with one new 5.4-inch device, two 6.1-inch models, and one 6.7-inch handset.

Rumors suggest the 6.7-inch ‌‌iPhone‌‌ and one 6.1-inch model will be higher-end OLED devices with triple-lens cameras, while the 5.4 and 6.1-inch models will be lower-end iPhones with dual-lens cameras and a more affordable price tag...

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03:42
Apple Invents a Method to Further Strengthen Glass...

A part of Apple's marketing for the iPhone 11 Pro was to emphasize its glass. Apple's webpage marketing states "Creating tougher glass isn't rocket science. It's molecular science." For added strength Apple introduced a dual ion-exchange process. Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple relates to further strengthening both the cover display and structural housing glass of future iPhones and other devices like a possible future all-glass iMac.

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03:23
Why Apple's move to an ARM Mac is going to be a...

Apple can engineer Macs with ARM processors instead of Intel ones, but it can't make all developers move with it — and there are some complications that will cause some problems.

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03:15
Rumor: iOS 14 could allow for Phone and FaceTime...

After years of craving it as a feature, yet wondering as to the legality of it, a new rumor has indicated that Apple may include call recording as an iOS 14 feature.

Per GizChina, a screenshot has leaked of a purported Settings page from an early iOS 14 build. The screen shows a toggle to record the audio from all phone and FaceTime calls. It also includes a fair amount of legalese, as recording a phone call has always been murky legal territory, and has varied from country to country and state to state in the U.S.

In most locations, though, it is perfectly legal for a person to record their own phone call as long as the other side is informed of the recording. Some areas require “both sides” to be informed, which in practice only applies to third-party recording of calls.

Even so, it’s still legal to record phone calls in the U.S. and most other countries sell equipment capable of this function.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become...

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03:05
DEVONthink Pro 3.5.1 - Knowledge base, information...

DEVONthink is DEVONtechnologies' document and information management solution. It supports a large variety of file formats and stores them in a database enhanced by artificial intelligence (AI). Many document formats can be directly viewed, edited, and annotated. A powerful search language finds documents in an instant, smart groups keep them always at hand.

Sophisticated organization tools, AI-based techniques that handle even the largest collections, and numerous integration options make DEVONthink the work environment of choice for researchers, lawyers, and educators. Smart rules, flexible reminders, and deep AppleScript support allow automating even complex repeating tasks. And with its fast, reliable, and secure synchronization users keep their data available on all their Macs. DEVONthink To Go for iPad and iPhone completes the DEVONthink ecosystem.

  • Keeps your data together
  • Scans your paper
  • Archives your email
  • ...
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03:02
Cocktail 13.2.3 - General maintenance and...

Cocktail is a general purpose utility for macOS that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. It is a powerful digital toolset that helps hundreds of thousands of Mac users around the world get the most out of their computers every day.

The application serves up a perfect mix of maintenance tools and tweaks, all accessible through a clean and easy to use interface. Cocktail's features are arranged into five categories that helps you manage various aspects of your computer. It also comes with an automatic Pilot-mode that allows you to simply press a button and relax, knowing that Cocktail will take care of the rest.



Version 13.2.3:

  • Addresses several compatibility issues with macOS Catalina 10.15.5
  • Improvements on the "Perform essential system maintenance" procedure
  • Improvements on the maintenance procedures performed by the Pilot feature
  • Resolves an issue in which the uninstaller may fail to...
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03:00
Rumor: Apple may introduce iPad Pro-inspired iMac at...

It’s a rumor, but it’s an interesting one.

Apple may use the WWDC 2020 to unveil an iMac inspired by the iPad Pro, according to reliable leaker Sonny Dickson.

This would imply a significantly thinner bezel, as seen with the Pro Display XDR, as well as AMD Navi graphics. It’s been eight yers since the iMac’s last major redesign, and Apple fans have been hankering for a refresh.

Dickson has stated that the new iMac will use “iPad Pro design language, with Pro Display like bezels.” this could suggest a return to sharper edges, a thinner form factor, and an almost edge-to-edge screen.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

Via The Mac Observer, Cult of Mac, and @SonnyDickson

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03:00
iLife A4s Pro review: Simplicity is this robot...

Not everyone needs a super-sophisticated robot vacuum. If you have simpler cleaning needs, this budget-priced model will deliver domestic tranquility.

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03:00
Best robot vacuums: We name the most effective...

Vacuuming is one of the most hated household chores. Here are your best choices for outsourcing it to some automated help.

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03:00
How cord-cutters can listen to free music

You can't get Music Choice without cable, but there are several streaming services like it.

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02:59
Apple files nine new iPhones and one Mac with the EEC

The regulatory EEC body is showing nine as yet unannounced Apple iPhone models, assumed to be variants of the "iPhone 12" range due later in 2020, and one new Mac.

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02:55
Twitter Tests Emoji Reactions to Tweets

Twitter is testing a new feature that lets users respond to tweets with emoji, according to app reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong (via SocialMediaToday).

Wong shared online a screenshot of the tweet reaction interface, which has an option to respond to a tweet with emoji like crying with laughter, shocked face, and praying hands.

"Retweet," "Retweet with comment," and "React with Fleet" options are also included. Fleet is in reference to Twitter's Stories-esque disappearing tweets that are currently only available in a small number of countries.

It's unclear whether the emoji would be posted as a normal reaction to a tweet or if it would appear as a pop-out panel, which is something Twitter has experimented with before. Twitter launched...

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02:52
Eurasian regulatory filings list upcoming iPhone 12...

Apple’s latest updates to the Eurasian Economic Commission database have hit today, with a handful of new model identifiers to theorize about. After a leaker indicated that a new iMac model was coming at WWDC, the EEC database now lists a new desktop Mac with model identifier ‘A2330’, running macOS 10.15. This is adding more fuel on the fire that a new generation iMac is just around the corner, expected to end a decade-long run of the current iMac’s industrial design.

There are also EEC listings for the expected iPhone 12 lineup, nine new model identifiers in total …

more…

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02:12
Apple Removes Pocket Cast Podcast App From Chinese...

Apple on Wednesday removed popular podcast player Pocket Casts from the App Store in China. According to the app's developers, the removal of Pocket Casts was at the request of the country's Cyberspace Administration, which determined that the app could be used to access content regarded as illegal in China.

"We believe podcasting is and should remain an open medium, free of government censorship," Pocket Casts said on its official Twitter account. "As such we won't be censoring podcast content at their request. We understand this means that it's unlikely that our iOS App will be available in China, but feel it's a necessary step to take for any company that values the open distribution model that makes podcasting special."Pocket Casts' developers told ...

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01:46
Once again Apple Complies with China's Media...

A year ago TechCrunch Apple was requested by China's media regulators to pull a number of Podcast apps in China and they complied. One year later and Apple has once again complied to new requests from Chinese regulators and removes Pocket Casts ...

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Wednesday June 10

23:12
Mactracker 7.9.3 - Database of all Mac models; lists...

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20:48
Apple reportedly removes podcast app in China at...

Apple on Wednesday removed popular podcasting app Pocket Casts from the Chinese App Store, with developers of the platform claiming the takedown was initiated by the government's cyber watchdog agency.

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19:04
Apple removes Pocket Casts podcast player from App...

Pocket Casts is one of the most popular podcast apps available for iOS and other platforms, but its developers are now facing an embarrassing situation with Apple and China. The company has reportedly removed the Pocket Casts application from the Chinese App Store at the request of the local government.

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18:54
Apple is discontinuing iBooks Author, iTunes U

Apple has discontinued iBooks Author and iTunes U. The former is a free ebook app that allows you to read publications purchased at the iBook Store. The latter provides tools for an instructor to bring a classroom together on the iPad.

In an email to iBook Authors users, Apple says two years ago it brought book creation into Pages and views it as the future of books creation. For this reason, iBooks Author will not longer be updated and will “soon” be removed from teh Mac App Store. You can continue to use iBooks Author with macOS 10.15 and earlier, and books published to Apple Books will remain available. Go to this support doc for more info.

As for iTunes U, Apple will discontinue it at the end of 2021, according to a new support document. The tech giant recommends users move instead to...

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18:42
Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8

Apple has posted the second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8.

Registered developers can download the beta via Apple’s developer portal. Or it can be downloaded over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Developer Center.

The post Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8 appeared first on MacTech.com.

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18:42
Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8

Apple has posted the second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8.

Registered developers can download the beta via Apple’s developer portal. Or it can be downloaded over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Developer Center.

The post Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8 appeared first on MacTech.com.

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18:42
Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8

Apple has posted the second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8.

Registered developers can download the beta via Apple’s developer portal. Or it can be downloaded over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Developer Center.

The post Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8 appeared first on MacTech.com.

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18:42
Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8

Apple has posted the second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8.

Registered developers can download the beta via Apple’s developer portal. Or it can be downloaded over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Developer Center.

The post Apple releases second developer beta of watchOS 6.2.8 appeared first on MacTech.com.

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18:25
Ahead of WWDC, speculation over Apple’s ARM Mac...

A new report from Bloomberg this week claimed that Apple is planning to announce the transition from Intel processors to ARM chips in the Mac lineup this month at WWDC 2020. While there’s still more than a week before the Apple event, tech analysts are speculating on how Apple will make this transition and what are the potential benefits and downsides.

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16:25
Grubhub sells itself to Just Eat to create a food...

The food delivery world is about to get a bit smaller. Just Eat Takeaway.com (Just Eat to most people) is buying Grubhub in a deal worth $7.3 billion. The merger will create the largest online food delivery outlet outside of China, according to the c...

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15:55
iOS 13.6 remembers where you left off in Apple News...

Details continue to emerge from the iOS 13.6 beta released this week, with a report on Wednesday noting the upcoming operating system automatically saves reading progress in Apple News articles.

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15:43
Sega classic 'Alex Kidd' is coming to...

It’s been easy to revisit early Super Mario games, but what if you were one of those rebels who had a Sega Master System and played Alex Kidd instead? Don’t worry, there’s a nostalgia trip in store for you as well. Jankenteam and Merge Games have unv...

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15:23
Rumored iOS 14 call recording feature only for...

We’ve learned several details about iOS 14, which is expected to be officially announced this month at WWDC 2020. This week, however, an alleged iOS 14 screenshot that is floating on the web shows a new option for recording phone and FaceTime calls. While 9to5Mac was able to confirm that this feature does exist, we’ve heard from sources that it’s not intended to be made available to users.

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The post Rumored iOS 14 call recording feature only for internal debugging, likely not launching publicly appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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15:01
iOS 13.6 Beta Saves Your Reading Position in Apple...

The iOS 13.6 beta, which is currently in testing, introduces an Apple News feature that's designed to save your place in an article when you start reading something and then exit out of the article or the app.

In iOS 13.5.1 and earlier, if you exit out of an article while reading it and then attempt to return to that same article later, the ‌Apple News‌ app automatically starts back at the beginning of the article. In iOS 13.6, it opens back up to the place that you left off so you don't need to scroll down to find the portion of the article you were last reading.

As noted on the MacRumors forums, it takes about thirty seconds for the ‌Apple News‌ app to register and save your...

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14:43
Amazon places 'moratorium' on police use...

Amazon is temporarily halting the use of its controversial facial recognition technology in the wake of widespread protests against police violence and discrimination. The internet giant is starting a year-long “moratorium” on police use of Rekogniti...

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14:16
Sketchy rumor suggests native audio call recording...

Apple's upcoming iOS 14 may gain native support for recording phone and audio FaceTime calls, according to a highly questionable image allegedly scraped from an early version of the software update.

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14:14
Android 11 beta hands-on: More controls, more clutter

Google has just launched the Android 11 public beta, and for most of us this will be our first chance to preview the changes coming to the OS. The 1.72GB update promises a slew of improvements around messaging, navigation, multitasking and privacy, n...

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13:58
Twitter test asks you to open an article before you...

Twitter is about to deal with one of the greatest threats to meaningful discussions on the internet: people who forward articles they haven’t even read. It’s starting an Android test that asks you if you’d like to open an article you’re about to retw...

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13:55
Apple TV+ Series 'Dickinson' has been...

The Peabody Awards listed 10 winners in the entertainment segment this year with the Apple TV+ series 'Dickinson' being one of them as noted ...

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13:42
Apple reinforces ‘how to file great bug reports’...

Apple has shared some tips this week to show how developers and users can properly report bugs they have experienced with Apple’s products. The article, “How to file great bug reports” couldn’t have come at a better time, as the company is about to release the first beta version of iOS 14 this month at WWDC 2020.

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