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Thursday November 10

Over 540,000 apps wiped from Apple App Store in...

The Apple App Store has recorded a sharp drop in the number of apps to historical lows affecting other elements like revenue, according to a new report from the Finbold finance company.

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How to tell a verified Twitter account is actually...

Spammers are already filling up Twitter with fake accounts since Elon Musk scuttled the service's verification process, and they are very, very good at fooling people. Here's what you can do to see what's real.Previously, "Verified" meant a celebrity really was the celebrity they claimed to be, or the company was the company it said. Now it only means that someone has been motivated to create a Twitter account, and able to pay $8 per month to get the famous blue Verified symbol.Hopefully Elon Musk's pitiful grab for $8/month from users is getting him the income he wants. Because no spammer in the world is going to hesitate at paying that trivial amount, not when the rewards are potentially enormous for them.


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You could walk a mile in Steve Jobs' shoes, if...

A pair of sandals said to have belonged to Steve Jobs has gone up for auction, alongside an NFT image of them, and for some reason also a book that definitely mentions Jobs.We've seen a Macintosh SE owned by Steve Jobs come up for auction before. There's also been an Apple-1 computer, and even a shirt he wore.Now Julien's Auctions has his sandals, which they...

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Apple's Emergency SOS is coming in November,...

Apple has announced that its new iPhone 14 Emergency SOS by satellite is launching "later this month" in the US and Canada, and revealed that creating the service has so far cost $450 million in facilities, technology, and staff.The new Emergency Service works by enabling stranded users to send a text message calling for help via a network of satellites. Apple has already revealed how this required a whole network of satellites, plus a series of call centers staffed across the US and Canada.Now it's announced that the funding from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund, which has previously been used to help create the...

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Crypto holders left holding the bag as FTX exchange...

In what may be a Machiavellian plot after a series of bad business decisions by exchange FTX, cryptocurrency holders are seeing big losses, after an already tough year.FTX spirals as people pull assets out from the exchangeConfidence in the FTX crypto exchange collapsed as crypto traders pulled their assets out in droves. It left FTX flailing as the value of multiple major coins, including Bitcoin, dropped to their lowest in years.


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Apple Invested $450 Million to Enhance the iPhone 14...

A $450 million investment from Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund provides the critical infrastructure that supports Emergency SOS via satellite for iPhone 14 models. Apple now provides us with some greater behind-the-scenes details.

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Bring HomeKit to your Christmas tree with Festavia...

Just in time for the holidays, new Philips Hue Festavia string lights offer a smart decoration experience thanks to the companion app.Philips Hue Festavia string lightsPhilips Hue Festavia includes 250 mini smart LEDs attached to a 20-meter cord, over 65 feet. People can dim and brighten the lights, change their color, turn them on and off, set timers and schedules, and more using the Hue app.


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iPhone 14 COVID production hit will batter Foxconn...

The largest iPhone manufacturer, Foxconn, has revealed that China's coronavirus lockdown measures have severely hit its earnings estimates and expected revenue growth.A Foxconn facilityThe extent of the lockdown's delays to iPhone 14 Pro production was enough for Apple to issue a rare statement about its impact. At the same time, Apple and Foxconn have been working to mitigate the issue by moving more iPhone production away from China.


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LaunchBar 6.16

Adds support for macOS 13 Ventura plus a new built-in Dark Mode Off/On action. ($29 new, free update, 16.3 MB, macOS 10.14.6+)

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Parallels Desktop 18.1

Brings a few fixes for macOS 13 Ventura to the virtualization software. ($99.99 standard edition, free update, 321.2 MB, macOS 10.14.6+)

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Apple has updated their possible Future iMac with an...

Back in January 2020 Patently Apple posted an IP report titled "Apple invents an AIO Desktop Computer made from Glass that incorporates the Keyboard, Dual Trackpads & more." It was definitely one of the most exciting patents about a future Mac that I could remember. It's an industrial design that would put the "cool" factor back into the iMac lineup. Apple was granted its first patent for this back in July 2022. Today, the U.S. Patent Office published an update to this Apple invention.

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iOS 16.1.1, iPadOS 16.1.1, and macOS 13.0.1 Ventura...

iOS 16.0.1, iPadOS 16.0.1, and macOS 13.0.1 Ventura close a couple of concerning security vulnerabilities related to libxml2. Update soon to protect yourself.

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Apple Confirms Emergency SOS via Satellite Launching...

Apple today confirmed in a press release that Emergency SOS via Satellite for iPhone 14 models will be launching in the U.S. and Canada later this month. Apple has still not provided a specific release date or iOS version required for the feature.

Apple also announced that it is investing $450 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund towards the development of critical infrastructure supporting Emergency SOS via Satellite, with a majority of the funding going to Apple's satellite partner Globalstar.

Apple said its investment will provide critical enhancements to Globalstar's satellite network and ground stations in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and Texas to ensure iPhone 14 users are able to connect to emergency services when off the grid....

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Apple Limits iPhone File-Sharing Tool Used For...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Apple has limited the AirDrop wireless file-sharing feature on iPhones in China after the mechanism was used by protesters to spread images to other iPhone owners. AirDrop allows the quick exchange of files like images, documents or videos between Apple devices. The latest version -- iOS 16.1.1, released Wednesday -- caps the window in which users can receive files from non-contacts at 10 minutes. The previous options didn't limit the time involved. Users could choose to get files from everyone, no one or just their contacts. After the 10-minute period expires, the system reverts to the mode where files can only be received from contacts. That means that individuals won't be able to get an AirDrop transfer from a stranger without actively turning on the feature in the preceding few minutes. It makes it harder for anyone seeking to distribute content and reach people in a discreet manner.

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MacFamilyTree 10.1 - Create and explore your family...

MacFamilyTree gives genealogy a facelift: modern, interactive, convenient and fast. Explore your family tree and your family history in a way generations of chroniclers before you would have loved. MacFamilyTree helps you capture your family history, and turns data and facts into conclusive reports and visually impressive charts.

MacFamilyTree offers numerous options for you to capture and visualize your family history. Now matter how you want to illustrate your family relationships - MacFamilyTree 8 has the right solution for you, offering different types of reports, charts or the innovative Virtual Tree 3D view. The possibilities are nearly endless - optionally synchronize your data via iCloud, access a huge genealogical online archive to assist your research, create websites and family books or do your research on the go with MobileFamilyTree 8, available separately for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


  • Well-structured, fast and...
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OfficeTime 2.0.632 - Easy time and expense tracking.

OfficeTime is time and expense tracking that is easy, elegant and focused. Other time keepers are clumsy or oversimplified. OfficeTime balances features and ease of use, allowing you to easily track exactly what you do each day.


  • Easy to use: The best time tracker just feels right. And if it feels right, you'll use it. Which means more hours captured!
  • Impressive invoicing: Easily justify your hours to clients.
  • Sync with OfficeTime on your iPhone or iPad (sold separately) Your time and expenses tracked on the go and synced back to your desk.
  • Increase Billable Hours: Increase your billables just by tracking your time more accurately. We guarantee it.
  • Easy Reports: Your life in a pie chart. Where did your time go last week? Which projects are running hot?
  • iCal Sync: You're busy so OfficeTime...
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MAG: 2 is an elegant, but pricey, charger for your...

If you just need to charge an iPhone and AirPods, the Courant MAG: 2 Essentials is an elegant (and MagSafe compatible) solution, though, at US$100, it’s not an impulse buy.

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How to get your Apple Music Replay playlist today

Apple Music users don't have to wait until the end of the year for their version of Spotify Wrapped. Here's how to get your Apple Music Replay playlist, today.Apple Music Replay for 2022 now availableSpotify has a unique feature called Spotify Wrapped that shows off your top artists, songs, and genres of the year. It is a trendy function that gets shared all over social media at the end of each year, but Apple Music fans need not miss out. In fact, the 2022 Replay playlist is already available.


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MacBook Secret Tips: 5 Utilities to Supercharge Your...

By Michael Balter The popularity of Apple Mac laptops grows every year. Today, these are modern, compact, fast, and convenient devices. A lot of people around the world decide to become an owner of such a device. From the very beginning of your user experience, you may notice that, in general, the built-in programs for […]

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Patent filing hints at smart accessories such as a...

Apple has filed for a patent for an “integrated accessory control user interface.” It hints at possible smart home accessories including a surveillance camera from the tech giant.

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Apple invests $450 million to make SOS via satellite...

An US$450 million investment from Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund provides the critical infrastructure that supports Emergency SOS via satellite for iPhone 14 models.

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Today’s deal: Apple Watch Wireless Charger Keychain...

Today’s Apple World Today deal is for a Smart Keychain that replaces the typical charging cable and uses the microcomputer electronic system to wirelessly charge the touch-sensitive Apple Watch.

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Apple patent filing involves 3D images on Macs,...

Apple has applied for a patent (number 11493606) for a “multi-beam scanning system.” It involves 3D images on devices such as Macs, iPads, iPhones, and perhaps an “Apple Car.”

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Synology launches the WRX560, a Wi-Fi 6 router

Synology has launched the WRX560, a “Wi-Fi 6 router designed to provide fast, secure, and safe Internet connectivity to busy households.” It runs the Synology Router Manager (SRM) operating system.

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Apple Invents a new Audio System that includes...

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to audio transducers for electronic devices, particularly the iPad, including for example, speakers with multiple resonators that could deliver superior high-quality audio.

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Maxon announces several updates to its Maxon One...

Maxon — developers of professional software solutions for editors, filmmakers, motion designers and visual effects artists — has announced several updates to the company’s Maxon One product line.

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Donald Elise Watkins joins cast of Apple TV+’s ‘...

The ensemble for Apple TV+’s upcoming “Project Artemis” movie has added up-and-comer Donald Elise Watkins, reports Deadline.

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News Items You Should Check out: Nov. 10

Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily round-up of must-read articles from some other great websites. ° From the Colorado Department of Revenue: Now you can add your Colorado driver license or state ID to Apple Wallet on iPhone and Apple Watch.  ° From 9to5Mac: Apple has adjusted the trade-in values […]

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EcoFlow Delta 2 power station review: Power and...

Mid-size Portable power stations are abundant, but EcoFlow Delta 2 stands out with an industry-leading fast charge, high capacity, and 15 power ports.The EcoFlow Delta 2 is a well-rounded charging stationThe EcoFlow Delta 2 is a medium-sized power station built with nearly every energy need in mind. It can charge a single iPhone 89 times or keep a refrigerator running for 14 hours, but it's about the same weight as a box of cat litter.


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The best search engines to use, if you're tired...

Google is undisputed king of the search engine hill, by volume of users alone. But, there are better and more private options. Here are the biggest Google alternatives.When it comes to using an online search engine, the overwhelming majority — 92 percent worldwide, according to Statcounter — use Google as their search engine, whether by default or by choice. Some regions rely on it almost exclusively, like India, while in a few places it isn't easily available — such as China.In those places, the government has replaced Google search with state-run or locally-controlled alternatives, such as Baidu (China) and Yandex (Russia). It is assumed that such...

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Apple limits AirDrop in China, will reduce its use...

An unannounced change to AirDrop for users in China means Apple's iOS feature will no longer be as useful to protesters potentially sharing anti-government materials.Included in Apple's iOS 16.1.1 update, and also the latest iOS 16.2 developer beta, is a new limitation on AirDrop — if the iPhone is owned by someone in China. Instead of the usual ability to allow "Everyone" to AirDrop materials to the iPhone, it is now "Everyone for 10 minutes."Apple has neither announced the change, nor commented on it publicly. As Bloomberg reports, though, the change is going to...

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Elon Musk aims to add Financial Services to Twitter

Elon Musk has laid out his long-term vision for bringing payments to Twitter

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UBI Research claims that Samsung is expanding its...

Samsung Display is considering expanding its quantum dot (QD)-OLED production capacity in order to win orders from Apple for their monitors, according to analyst firm UBI Research.

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Hopper Disassembler 5.7.8 - Binary disassembler,...

Hopper Disassembler is a binary disassembler, decompiler, and debugger for 32- and 64-bit executables. It will let you disassemble any binary you want, and provide you all the information about its content, like imported symbols, or the control flow graph! Hopper can retrieve procedural information about the disassembled code like the stack variables, and lets you name all the objects you want.

Hopper is able to transform the assembly language into a pseudo-code that is easier to understand! You can use its internal Python scripting engine to analyze binaries the way you want (this feature works only with Lion)! Starting from version 2.0, Hopper can even use GDB to debug programs!

And, last but not least, unlike all other tools of its kind, Hopper is perfectly integrated into the OS X environment.

  • Adds a way to define environment variables in the debugger,
  • Adds an option to displays the hex column in the...

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Philips Hue Line Gains New 'Festavia'...

Lighting company Signify today announced new Festavia string lights that are being added to the Philips Hue lineup ahead of the holidays.

The Philips Hue Festavia string lights include 250 mini smart LEDs on a 20-meter cord, which can be used on a Christmas tree, stairway, mantel, and more.

As with other Hue products, the Festavia lights can be set to more than 16 million colors, and a single strand supports multiple colors for a gradient effect. Festavia lights are HomeKit-compatible and pair well with other Philips Hue products.

The lights can be controlled with Siri, the Hue app, and the Home app. Lights can be turned on or off, dimmed, and the colors can be changed. With Spotify integration, the lights can be set to flash, dim, and brighten in tune with a song that's playing.

With the launch of the Festavia lights, the Hue app is gaining a sparkle effect...

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Wednesday November 9

Apple hires former Facebook exec as its new chief...

Apple has hired a startup founder and former Facebook executive to run its information systems group after departures in that department.

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Apple hires Facebook exec to lead its information...

Apple has tapped a former Facebook executive to head up its online services, website, and customer support infrastructure.Apple ParkIt was first learned in late October that Apple's Chief Information Officer, Mary Demby, would retiring after three decades. At the time, it wasn't clear who would replace her.


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Video Review: Two Weeks With the New 10th-Generation...

It's been almost two weeks since Apple introduced the revamped 10th-generation iPad, and MacRumors videographer Dan Barbera has been using it on a daily basis for the purpose of a more in-depth review for those considering it as an upgrade or a holiday gift for a family member.

Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.

The 10th-generation ‌iPad‌ is priced starting at $449, which makes it $120 more expensive than the 9th-generation ‌iPad‌ that Apple is still selling alongside it. At $449, it is $150 less than the iPad Air, a tablet that it shares many features with.

The ‌iPad‌ lineup is somewhat confusing now because the 10th-generation ‌iPad‌ and the ‌iPad Air‌ are so similar, but for most people, it is a good deal because it offers a...

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Paid checkmarks on Twitter roll out in new...

Twitter has officially rolled out its revamped Twitter Blue subscription, including a verified checkmark for all subscribers.Twitter BluePreviously, the monthly subscription cost $3.99, but the price has increased to $7.99 under the new leadership of Elon Musk.


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Antitrust Lawsuit Says Apple and Amazon Colluded To...

A new antitrust class-action lawsuit accuses Apple and Amazon of colluding to raise the price of iPhones and iPads, according to Hagens Berman, the law firm representing consumers against two of the world's largest companies in today's filing. From a report: The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington accuses Apple and Amazon of seeking to eliminate third-party Apple resellers on Amazon Marketplace in a scheme to stifle competition, and maintain premium pricing for Apple products. The class action alleges an "unlawful horizontal agreement between Apple and Amazon to eliminate or at least severely reduce the competitive threat posed by third-party merchants," which attorneys say violates federal antitrust laws and has cost consumers.

The lawsuit says the parties' illegal agreement brought the number of third-party sellers of Apple products on Amazon Marketplace from roughly 600 to just seven sellers -- a loss of 98%, and by doing so,...

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$8 Twitter Blue Subscription With Included Checkmark...

Twitter today rolled out its updated Twitter Blue subscription offering, which is priced at $7.99 per month. The new subscription is $3 more expensive than the prior $4.99 per month price, and it was introduced at the insistence of Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

Musk initially floated a $20 price point for Twitter Blue before settling on $8. The new subscription does away with ad-free articles for Twitter Blue subscribers, but it adds the same blue and white badge that Twitter previously limited to verified accounts.

Musk has pledged to make the badge available to all Twitter users, this morning calling it "the great leveler." He has expressed distaste at the verification badge being provided only to accounts of public figures, businesses, celebrities, journalists, and other high-profile users who are in danger of being impersonated on the social network.

It continues to be unclear if Twitter will implement a method of identity verification now that the blue badge is...

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Apple iCloud Photos now compatible with Windows 11...

Microsoft has begun rolling out iCloud Photos integration in Windows 11, with the feature available to all users by the end of November.Image credit: MicrosoftMicrosoft announced that Apple would be integrating more of its services with Windows 11, including Apple Music and Apple TV. On Wednesday, users began getting updates that enable iCloud Photos to sync with the Windows 11 Photos app.


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New Plugable USB-C dock supports four external...

Plugable's new Quad HDMI adapter lets Apple users add up to four external displays on a M1 Mac — with some caveats.Plugable Quad HDMI AdapterPlugable says that its new USB to HDMI adapter is excellent for multitasking or extending a workspace. Connected via a single USB-C cable, the dock supports four monitors, each at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60Hz or lower.


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Looking Back at Five Apple Products Discontinued in...

Apple announced many new products this year, such as the Mac Studio and the Apple Watch Ultra, but we also said goodbye to some other familiar products. Below, we've recapped five products and accessories discontinued by Apple throughout 2022.

27-inch iMac

Following the introduction of the Mac Studio and Studio Display in March, Apple discontinued the 27-inch iMac, which was the final iMac model with an Intel processor. With the iMac Pro also discontinued last year, the 24-inch iMac with the M1 chip is currently the only all-in-one desktop computer sold by Apple. Reputable sources like Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo have claimed that the iMac Pro could make a comeback in 2023.

iPod touch

Apple announced that it was...

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Microsoft Begins Rolling Out iCloud Photos...

Microsoft today announced that iCloud Photos integration in the Photos app on Windows 11 is beginning to roll out today with an update to the app on the Microsoft Store. Microsoft expects the update to be available to all Windows 11 customers by end of the month.

iCloud Photos integration allows iPhone users to access all of their photos in the Photos app on Windows 11 devices. In a blog post, Microsoft says users simply need to download the iCloud for Windows app from the Microsoft Store, enable iCloud Photos syncing, and the photos will appear in the updated Photos app automatically.

Microsoft previously announced that standalone Apple Music and Apple TV apps are coming to Windows next year. Currently, Windows users must...

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Spotify debuts new Apple Watch app experience

The Spotify Apple Watch app has been updated with larger controls, swipe gestures, and a better library view.Spotify has a new Apple Watch interfaceSpotify has been busy updating the Apple Watch experience for its app. After streaming was temporarily broken by an errant watchOS update, the company has rolled out a handful of user-focused features.


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Apple posts macOS Ventura 13.0.1, a maintenance...

Apple has released macOS Ventura 13.0.1. It’s a maintenance release that fixes two security vulnerabilities.

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Colorado drivers can now add a license or state ID...

Colorado drivers can add their license to Apple Wallet for a digital experience as long as they have iOS 15 or later.Colorodo state ID inside WalletThe Colorado Department of Revenue announced Wednesday that citizens could add their driver's license or state ID to Apple Wallet on iPhone and Apple Watch. So far, people can use it at certain TSA checkpoints at Denver International Airport, and other airports in certain states.


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Apple & Amazon sued over illegal price fixing...

A class-action lawsuit against Apple and Amazon accuses the companies of colluding to eliminate third-party dealers, and artificially raise product prices.Buy iPhone at retail price from AmazonThe lawsuit is filed with Hagens Berman Law, the same firm that handled the e-book price fixing suit, and others. The defendant accuses Apple of colluding with Amazon to eliminate 98% of Apple product resellers to the benefit of Apple and Amazon.


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Apple releases iOS 16.1.1, iPadOS 16.1.1, macOS...

Apple has released iOS 16.1.1, iPadOS 16.1.1, and macOS Ventura 13.0.1 with bug fixes, minus the expected iPhone 14 Emergency SOS via Satellite feature.iPhone 14 models have an Emergency SOS via Satellite featureThe new updates were expected as there was an ongoing issue with Apple's ad network that needed an update to address. Speculation suggested that Emergency SOS via Satellite would be activated in iPhone 14 models with this update, but that hasn't arrived yet.


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iPhone Users in Colorado Can Now Add IDs to Wallet...

iPhone and Apple Watch owners in Colorado are now able to add their IDs and licenses to the Wallet app to serve as a form of identification in lieu of a physical card for TSA checkpoints at select airports.

Colorado's Department of Revenue announced the news today, and said that the Wallet-based ID or license can be presented at select TSA checkpoints at the Denver airport. Digital IDs are available to individuals with a current, valid Colorado-issued driver license or ID.

The Department of Revenue says that the Wallet ID is designed to be a companion to the physical driver's license or ID, and it is not a replacement. Coloradans must continue to carry their physical driver license or ID with them, and the Wallet ID can only be used at airports.

Apple with iOS 15 added support for allowing users from participating U.S. states to add their licenses and state IDs to the Wallet app, and so far, Arizona,...

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MacPlus debuts a new app exclusively for Stage View...

MacPlus has announced a new app exclusively for use with Stage Manager on macOS Ventura: Stage View.

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Antitrust Lawsuit claims Apple and Amazon Colluded...

Another day, another lawsuit. A new antitrust class-action lawsuit accuses Apple Inc. and Amazon.com of colluding to raise the price of iPhones and iPads.

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Apple Releases Second Public Beta of macOS Ventura...

Apple today seeded the second beta of macOS Ventura 13.1 to its public beta testing group, allowing non-developers to try out the new features ahead of the software's release. The public beta comes two weeks after Apple released the first public beta.

Public beta testers can download the macOS 13.1 Ventura update from the Software Update section of the System Preferences app after installing the proper profile from Apple's beta software website.

‌macOS Ventura‌ 13.1 introduces the Freeform app, which Apple has designed for creative collaboration. The app can be used for brainstorming, planning out ideas, jotting down notes, and more. Users can insert drawings, sticky notes, shapes, text boxes, photos, videos, PDFs, links, and other documents, with Freeform serving as a blank...

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Apple Releases Second Public Betas of iOS 16.2 and...

Apple today seeded the second betas of upcoming iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 updates to public beta testers, providing the software to the general public. Today's beta comes two weeks after Apple released the first public betas.

Public beta testers who have signed up for Apple's free beta testing program can download the ‌iOS and iPadOS 16.‌2 betas over the air after installing the proper certificate from the Public Beta website.

iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 introduce the Freeform app, which can be used for jotting down notes, sketching, drawing, brainstorming ideas, creating mood boards, and more. Multiple people can work on the same Freeform board, with changes synced for all participants in real time.

For the iPad, the update brings external display support to the...

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Apple Releases macOS Ventura 13.0.1 Update With Bug...

Apple today released macOS Ventura 13.0.1, a minor update to the ‌macOS Ventura‌ operating system that was released in October. The new software comes two weeks after the official launch of Ventura.

The ‌‌macOS Ventura‌‌ update can be downloaded on eligible Macs using the Software Update section of System Settings.

‌macOS Ventura‌ 13.0.1 is a bug fix update, and it addresses two security vulnerabilities that could allow for unexpected app termination or arbitrary code execution by a remote user. Neither was known to have been exploited in the wild. Related Roundup: macOS VenturaRelated Forum: macOS Ventura
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Musk Twitter mayhem continues with short-lived grey...

Elon Musk planned to let users purchase a blue verified checkmark as part of Twitter Blue, then rolled out a separate label to identify actual verified accounts. Hours later, the revision was rolled back.The new - old checkmarkOne of the changes new owner Elon Musk is implementing at the company is revisions to the Twitter Blue service that offers reduced ads, editing tweets, and other premium features. As part of those changes, Musk also wanted Twitter Blue subscribers to receive the blue "verified" checkmark, whether the company actually verified them or not.


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Apple Releases iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1 With Bug...

Apple today released iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1, minor bug fix updates that that come two weeks after the launch of iOS 16.1, an update that added support for iCloud Shared Photo Library, Matter, Live Activities, and more.

The iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1 updates can be downloaded on eligible iPhones and iPads over-the-air by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

iOS 16.1.1 fixes a few unspecified bugs that iPhone users have been dealing with, according to Apple's release notes. Users have been afflicted with widespread Wi-Fi bug, for example. The Wi-Fi bug resulted in random disconnects, with some users unable to stay...

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How to curate your own news service with the best...

Apple News is a decent news aggregator, but it's very limited. To fully customize your news with even the most obscure sources, you need an RSS newsreader app.RSS is the internet feature that keeps not dying, and it's the one where even if you know what the letters stand for, you don't care. It's most often said to stand for Really Simple Syndication, but no one will ever test you on that.What practically everyone will do is tell you that RSS is over. News feeds like Apple News+, or perhaps Twitter lists, they have killed RSS.


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Amazon and Apple 'Colluded' to Make iPhone...

Apple and Amazon worked together to raise the price of iPhones and iPads by eliminating third-party Amazon sellers who offered Apple products at a lower cost, according to a new antitrust lawsuit filed today in Washington.

The complaint, filed by Hagens Berman law firm, says that Apple and Amazon had an "unlawful horizontal agreement" that reduced the "competitive threat posed by third-party merchants," a violation of federal antitrust laws. There were around 600 third-party sellers of Apple devices on Amazon Marketplace, which was whittled down to just seven.

Amazon began eliminating third-party sellers after it signed a 2019 deal with Apple to limit the number of resellers on Amazon marketplace to 20 per country. In exchange, Apple provided Amazon with a discounted wholesale price for iPhones and iPads.


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Elon Musk Nixes 'Official' Label for...

Twitter will not be moving forward with an "Official" label that would be used to identify companies, major media outlets, public figures, and others who are in danger of being impersonated on the social network, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said today.

Just hours after Twitter began rolling out the "Official" checkmark that was provided to some accounts alongside the standard white and blue verification badge, Musk said that he has "killed" the feature.

"Blue check will be the great leveler," Musk added in another tweet. The white checkmark on a blue background was traditionally provided to higher-profile accounts that went through a verification process, but with Musk's takeover of Twitter, the badge will be provided to all Twitter Blue subscribers who pay $7.99 per month for a Twitter Blue subscription.

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Spotify Launching Redesigned Apple Watch App With...

Spotify today announced it is rolling out a redesigned Apple Watch app with a "new and improved listening experience" that allows users to more easily browse music and podcasts in "Your Library" and more quickly download music for offline playback.

In a blog post, Spotify said the new design includes larger artwork, new animations, the ability to swipe to like a song, a blue dot next to new podcast episodes, and more. The new design will require an updated version of the Spotify app rolling out on the App Store — it doesn't yet appear to be available for all users as of this writing.

As noted by The Verge, Spotify remains silent about its Hi-Fi audio tier that it promised to launch back in 2021. Apple Music offers lossless audio at no...

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Deals: Best Buy Ramps Up Early Black Friday Shopping...

Like many retailers, Best Buy is offering hundreds of deals as part of an early Black Friday shopping event during the first few weeks of November. Unlike Walmart, which is dividing up its early Black Friday sale into three events, Best Buy's sale is one massive ongoing sale leading up to November 25.

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.

Best Buy's sale covers basically everything on the retailer's website and stores, including TVs, computers, video games, cell phones, appliances, headphones, tablets, smart home, and more. You can keep track of our ongoing seasonal deal coverage in our dedicated Black Friday...

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Apple Adds New Supplier for iPhone 14 Pro Displays...

LG has started supplying Apple with OLED displays for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, according to Korea's ETNews. It's unclear how many orders LG will split with Samsung, which was the exclusive supplier of the displays for these devices until now.

The supplier diversification reduces risk and will likely allow Apple to negotiate lower costs in the future, as LG and Samsung compete for orders.

It's unclear when iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models with LG displays will start being shipped by Apple, but it's unlikely that customers will be able to notice a difference between models with LG and Samsung displays. Apple has routinely relied on multiple suppliers for some other iPhone components, ranging from storage to batteries.

iPhone 14 Pro displays use low-power LTPO technology for ProMotion, enabling a variable refresh rate between 10Hz and 120Hz. The display can also ramp down...

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The MacRumors Show: John Gruber Talks macOS Ventura...

John Gruber joins us this week on The MacRumors Show podcast to discuss the key features of macOS Ventura and upcoming Mac models.

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John is a technology blogger, UI designer, and the inventor of Markdown. He has written for his Apple and technology-focused blog, Daring Fireball, since 2002, and hosts The Talk Show Podcast, which has featured high-profile guests from Apple such as Phil Schiller, Eddy Cue, and...

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Apple Music has announced that Bad Bunny is Apple...

Apple has announced this morning that Global recording artist Bad Bunny is their Music Artist of the Year.

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Deal of the Day: 21.5-inch iMac dips to all-time low...

For 24 hours only, save $400 on Apple's 21.5-inch iMac desktop computer and get free expedited shipping within the contiguous U.S.Apple's 21" iMac is on sale for $699 today only.The Deal of the Day at Adorama features the standard 21.5-inch iMac with a 2.3GHz dual-core Intel i5 processor, HD display, 8GB of memory and a 256GB SSD on sale for $699.99. Units are in stock and ready to ship, just in time for holiday gift-giving.


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Bad Bunny named Apple Music Artist of the Year 2022

Previously singled out as an Apple Music Up Next artist, Bad Bunny is now Artist of the Year for having created what Apple says is the biggest Latin album of all time.Apple has been awarding an Artist of the Year since 2019, and previous recipients have included The Weeknd and Billie Eilish.In previous years, Apple has singled out several musicians under categories such as Global Artist of the Year, and breakthrough artist. So far for 2022, Apple has chosen to single out solely Bad Bunny.


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Daily deals Nov. 9: $210 off Apple Watch Series 8,...

Wednesday's best deals include $118 off a 34-inch Alienware QD-OLED monitor, Apple TV HD for $77, $50 off Razer Kaira gaming headset, and much more.Best deals November 9AppleInsider checks online stores daily to uncover discounts and offers on hardware and other products, including Apple devices, smart TVs, accessories, and other items. The best offers are compiled into our regular list for our readers to use and save money.


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Apple filed for a stretchable display patent in 2016...

Apple's process of bringing a new product to market takes time, a lot of time. In a report that covered Apple settling an AirPods case with Plaintiff Kim Seung Jin Kim and Pinn Inc. yesterday, Apple Legal argued "that the company's work on AirPods goes back a decade before the product launched." Another example is Apple filing for a stretchable display patent in 2016 and LG Display just announced they've developed a high-end stretchable display.

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Mophie Powerstation offers great portable power at a...

The US$59.95 mophie powerstation offers great portable power with USB-C fast charge — and it’s reasonably priced.

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Apple releases second public betas of macOS 13...

Apple has released the first public betas of macOS Ventura 13.1, iOS 16.2, and iPadOS 16.2. Public betas are available on Apple’s Beta Software Program website.

The post Apple releases second public betas of macOS 13 Ventura 13.1, iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, tvOS 16.2 appeared first on Apple World Today.

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Apple releases iOS 16.1.1, iPadOS 16.1.1 with bug...

Apple has released iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1. They’re maintenance updates with bug fixes, security updates and performance tweaks.

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Production on ‘Apple Glasses’ rumored to begin in...

“Apple Glasses” — Apple’s rumored augmented reality/virtual reality headset — should begin production in 2023 with Pegatron as the exclusive manufacturing partner,

The post Production on ‘Apple Glasses’ rumored to begin in March 2023 appeared first on Apple World Today.

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Serif overhauls whole Affinity range, adds new iPad...

Affinity Photo 2, Affinity Designer 2, and Affinity Publisher 2 have all been launched by Serif for the Mac and iPad, with reworked interfaces, new features, and new licensing options.Serif has already been steadily rolling out new features and performance updates to each of its art and image apps. But now the Adobe alternative has simultaneously released new version 2 editions of each of its apps."For the very first time we're bringing the very latest, highest performing versions of all our products to the market at the same time, with some simply stunning features," said Ashley Hewson, Managing Director of Serif, in a statement. "We think Affinity users both old and new are going to...

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References to New 'Custom Accessibility Mode...

Apple is working on a new "Custom Accessibility Mode" for iPhone and iPad, according to evidence uncovered by 9to5Mac in the second iOS 16.2 developer beta.

Image credit: 9to5Mac

Apple released the second betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 to developers on Tuesday, including camera bug fixes, support for 5G in India, a Medication widget, and references to the new Custom Accessibility Mode, which 9to5Mac found "under the hood."

Within those references, Apple describes the new mode as offering "a customizable, streamlined way to use your ‌iPhone‌ and ‌iPad‌," although how the feature works isn't completely clear, as it is not yet enabled for developers to test.

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Nisus Writer Pro 3.3 - Multilingual word processor...

Nisus Writer Pro is a powerful multilingual word processor, similar to its entry level products, but brings new features such as table of contents, indexing, bookmarks, widow and orphan control, cross references, line numbering, and text wrap around images.

Familiar Classic features are also on board, like attribute-sensitive find and replace, an upgraded Nisus macro language, and glossaries.

We have also improved a number of existing features. For example, we've added a variety of additional options to control the display of notes. Footnotes can now also span across pages.

  • Restored Spanish localization– thanks to Francisco J. Martín Domínguez!
  • Fixed: improved compatibility with beach-themed versions of macOS.
  • Fixed: changing to Style View and back should preserve the scroll location.
  • Fixed: zero-length selections (aka: insertion points) are not restored when reopening files.
  • Fixed:...

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Meta's 11,000 job cuts may be only the beginning

Mark Zuckerberg says that laying off 13% of Meta's workforce is a "sad moment" — and analysts predict more cuts are coming as ad revenues continue to crumble.Meta CEO Zuckerberg has written to staff to tell them broadly about the layoffs, and other cost savings the company is implementing. "I view layoffs as a last resort, so we decided to rein in other sources of cost before letting teammates go," he wrote."This is a sad moment, and there's no way around that," he continues. "To those who are leaving, I want to thank you again for everything you've put into this place."


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Malwarebytes - Adware removal tool (was...

Malwarebytes (was AdwareMedic) helps you get your Mac experience back. Malwarebytes scans for and removes code that degrades system performance or attacks your system. Making your Mac once again your Mac. The app can be used for free to clean infected devices, but real-time protection requires an upgrade to the Premium plan, whose pricing info can be found here.

What It Does:

  • Removes adware, such as Genieo, VSearch, and Vidx
  • Removes malware, including Trojans
  • Scans quickly
  • Simplifies program management through a clean, lean interface

How It Does It:

  • Anti-adware
  • Anti-malware
  • Light footprint
  • Simple interface


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Bad Bunny is Apple Music’s 2022 Artist of the Year

Global recording artist Bad Bunny has been announced as Apple Music’s Artist of the Year, in acknowledgement of the musician’s artistic excellence and influence on global culture in 2022. 

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Apple granted patent for manipulating audio...

Apple has been granted a patent for “methods and systems for manipulating audio properties of objects.” It involves the rumored “Apple Glasses."

The post Apple granted patent for manipulating audio properties of virtual devices with ‘Apple Glasses’ appeared first on Apple World Today.

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Today’s deal: Xwavesoft Productivity Mac Bundle only...

Having a hard time getting tasks done right on the deadline? The Productivity Bundle by Xwavesoft gives you six Mac apps that you can use to improve your productivity and efficiency.

The post Today’s deal: Xwavesoft Productivity Mac Bundle only $9.99 appeared first on Apple World Today.

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ShiftCam releases the SnapGrip photo accessory for...

ShiftCam, a mobile photography accessories company, has announced that its new SnapGrip is now available to purchase globally from ShiftCam and the Creator Kit in Midnight from Amazon.co.uk. 

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Serif announces version 2 of its Affinity creative...

Serif has unveiled version 2 of its Affinity creative suite that’s comprised of reimagined versions of three products: Affinity Photo 2, Affinity Design 2, and a Affinity Publisher 2.

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Apple manufacturing partner TSMC plans to build a...

Apple manufacturing partner TSMC plans to build another fabrication plant in Arizona alongside the US$12 billion factory it has already committed to in Phoenix.

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Apple releases new firmware for AirPods Pro 2, Beats...

pple has released new firmware for the second generation AirPods Pro and new firmware updates for the Powerbeats Pro, Beats Fit Pro, and the Beats Studio Buds.

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Anna Garcia to make her feature film debut in Apple...

Anna Garcia (“Hacks”) will make her feature film debut with a “sizable role” alongside Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum in Apple TV+'s “Project Artemis."

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Apple posts second developer beats of macOS Ventura...

Apple has provided developers with the second developer betas of macOS Ventura 13.1, iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, tvOS 16.2, and watchOS 9.2.

The post Apple posts second developer beats of macOS Ventura 13.1, iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, tvOS 16.2, watchOS 9.2 appeared first on Apple World Today.

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News Items You Should Check out: Nov. 9

Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily round-up of must-read articles from some other great websites. ° From Law360: With jury selection set to begin, Apple and Pinn Inc. told a California judge that they had settled their patent fight over allegations that the former stole the latter’s hands-free tech. ° […]

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How to allow prevent explicit content and content...

With Content & Privacy Restrictions in Screen Time in iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, you can prevent the playback of music with explicit content and movies or TV shows with specific ratings. Apps also have ratings that can be configured using content restrictions.

The post How to allow prevent explicit content and content ratings in iOS 16, iPadOS 16 appeared first on Apple World Today.

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'Custom Accessibility Mode' found in iOS...

Code within the new iOS 16.2 beta has fragments of a new "custom accessibility mode" which would allow users to customize the homescreen for specific disability needs.Apple's iOS 16.2 beta comes with camera fixes, and 5G enabled for users in India, plus the new Freeform app. However, it also includes an unannounced new Custom Accessibility Mode.This feature is not yet enabled for even developers to test, but 9to5mac reports finding "under the hood" references to it. Apple reportedly describes the new Custom Accessibility Mode as being a "customizable, streamlined...

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Goertek stock hammered after AirPods Pro production...

Shares in Goertek fell on the news that production of what are believed to be the AirPods Pro 2 has been paused, triggering a trading suspension.Apple AirPods Pro 2Goertek has confirmed only that an overseas client has asked it to suspend production of a smart acoustic product. However, multiple sources including Ming-Chi Kuo have identified it as AirPods Pro 2.


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Twitter to Add 'Official' Label to Some...

Twitter on Tuesday revealed details about the way its new verification scheme will work, with some originally verified accounts set to get an "Official" label, while users who pay the $7.99 monthly subscription for Twitter Blue will get a blue checkmark that isn't tied to identity verification.

"A lot of folks have asked about how you'll be able to distinguish between @TwitterBlue subscribers with blue checkmarks and accounts that are verified as official, which is why we're introducing the 'Official' label to select accounts when we launch," said Twitter product executive Esther Crawford in a tweet.

"Not all previously verified accounts will get the 'Official' label and the label is not available for purchase. Accounts that will receive it include government accounts, commercial companies, business partners, major media outlets, publishers and some public figures."Crawford shared a...

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TSMC plans second Arizona plant following US grants

As its first Arizona plant is due to start initial production, TSMC is now believed to be planning a second processor factory in the region.TSMCApple supplier TSMC has previously said that the US's efforts to rebuild a semiconductor industry are doomed to fail, but it has been building a delayed plant in Arizona.


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Apple Chip Supplier TSMC Plans to Build Second $12...

Apple chip supplier TSMC plans to build another fabrication plant in Arizona alongside the $12 billion factory it has already committed to in Phoenix, reports The Wall Street Journal.

TSMC's topping-out ceremony for its first plant in Arizona

The second plant will be located north of Phoenix and investment is expected to be roughly similar to the $12 billion the company committed to in 2020, according to people familiar with the plans who spoke to WSJ.

The original plant was originally expected to exclusively mass-produce 5nm chips, but it is now gearing up to also produce more advanced 4nm chips with larger capacity at the facility, according to WSJ's sources. The plant is expected to start mass...

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ClamXAV 3.5.1 - Virus checker based on ClamAV.

ClamXAV is a popular virus checker for OS X.

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  • Improved support for macOS 13 Ventura
  • Improved handling of Full Disk Access checks and messaging
  • Fix for 'No customer ID' error from XAV...

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Tuesday November 8

Kroger Begins Accepting Apple Pay at All Ralphs...

Southern California grocery store chain Ralphs today began accepting Apple Pay at all of its 184 locations across the state, according to a company spokesperson, allowing customers to easily pay with an iPhone or Apple Watch at checkout.

Ralphs accepting Apple Pay is notable given that the chain's parent company Kroger has largely refused to accept the payment method since it launched in 2014, despite frequent customer requests. The company instead offers its own service called Kroger Pay, which allows customers to scan a QR code at checkout to pay with a card stored in the Kroger app. The only other Kroger subsidiary to accept Apple Pay is QFC in the Northwest.

In a press release earlier this year, Apple said that Apple Pay is accepted at more than 90 percent of U.S. retailers, with some major holdouts including Walmart, The Home Depot, Lowe's, and Kroger. We've reached out to Kroger to see if the company has any plans to expand Apple Pay acceptance to other grocery...

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Apple to begin mass production on MR headset in...

A new report suggests that Apple may start producing its mixed-reality headset as early as March 2023 and that it could be officially announced the following month.Apple MR headset renderIn May, it was reported that Apple had shown its upcoming mixed-reality headset to members of its board of directors.


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Mass Production of Apple's Mixed-Reality...

Apple is moving forward on development of its mixed-reality headset with Pegatron set to be the exclusive partner for final assembly, according to DigiTimes. Based on the headset's current status in the manufacturing validation process, the report predicts that mass production is likely to begin in March 2023 with an unveiling possibly being held the following month.

Initial production is said to be very limited, with a high price point limiting Apple's first headset mainly to commercial markets.Industry sources stated this XR headset mainly targets the commercial markets. The price is higher and the shipment quantity is limited. Previous estimates said that the annual shipment for this device would reach 2.5 million units. However, right now, rough estimates placed the annual shipment at around 0.7 to 0.8 million units. For supply chain manufacturers that benefit from quantity, this is not a...

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Native Union Launches FOLD MacBook Stand

Apple accessory maker Native Union today announced the launch of the FOLD MacBook Stand, which is designed for both use at home and on the go thanks to its compact, collapsible design.

The FOLD is designed to prop up a MacBook to an ideal tilt level to improve posture and also to improve airflow for the machine. It is thin and lightweight, and it folds down so it can tuck into an included carrying case that fits into a bag.

Native Union's stand is compatible with all 13-inch to 16-inch MacBook models, along with 10.2-inch to 16-inch tablets. It can hold up to 3kg, and it also works with laptops and tablets from other brands.

The FOLD Laptop Stand can be purchased from the Native Union website for $40.
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[Sponsor] Kolide — Endpoint Security for Teams That...

In 2021, our company went through the SOC 2 Type 1 audit, and we found out just how challenging it can be to prove compliance to a third-party auditor. We also learned firsthand something our customers had been telling us for a while: that we couldn’t have gotten our SOC certification without using our own product.

That product is Kolide, an endpoint security solution for Mac, Windows, and Linux devices. Kolide gives IT admins a single dashboard, through which you can prove that your fleet has the security measures that auditors care about.

With Kolide, you can instantly see whether:

  • Firewalls and screen lock are enabled
  • Operating systems are up-to-date
  • Password managers are installed

Kolide also provides visibility into nuanced issues that MDMs can’t address, like whether developers have unencrypted SSH keys or plaintext 2FA backup codes.

Moreover, Kolide balances this...

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Apple TV+ has Announced the Renewal for the Irish...

Apple TV+ today announced a season two renewal for “Bad Sisters,” the global hit, darkly comedic murder mystery series from Emmy Award nominee and BAFTA Award-winning executive producer and star Sharon Horgan. Apple also announced ...

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Hands on with everything new in iOS 16.2 beta 2

The second developer beta of iOS 16.2 has been released. We go hands on with all the new changes this time around.New beta of iOS 16.2Apple recently confirmed that the next beta of iOS 16.2 would include 5G support for India and that appears to be the case. Multiple India-based users have reported a new 5G toggle though some have had issues enabling it.


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Five Remaining Things to Expect From Apple Before...

Apple recently indicated that its product lineup is "set" heading into the holiday shopping season, suggesting that there won't be any new Macs or other devices announced through the remainder of 2022. Nonetheless, there are still at least five notable items on Apple's agenda to expect before the end of the year, as outlined below.

iOS 16.2

iOS 16.2 is currently in beta and is expected to be released in mid-December. The software update includes several new features for the iPhone, including Apple's new whiteboard app Freeform, new Home app architecture, Live Activities for select sports games via the Apple TV app, new Sleep and Medications widgets for the...

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The new Apple Pacific Center Store is now open in...

In July 2019, Patently Apple posted a report titled " Vancouver Canada’s Development Permit Board Passes the Proposal for a New Flagship Apple Store." The new Apple store is now open.

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Instagram Website Gets Revamped Design

Instagram chief Adam Mosseri today announced several new features that are coming to the social network, including an overhauled website. Instagram is debuting a new Instagram.com design, as many users take advantage of Instagram on the web for multitasking purposes.

The updated design is described as cleaner, faster, and easier to use, with a layout that has been designed to take advantage of larger screened monitors. Mosseri said that Instagram is aiming to make the website "as great of an experience as possible."

🎉 New Features 🎉

Some “finally features” that I think you’re going to be excited about…

- Schedule Posts (coming soon)
- IG Web Updates pic.twitter.com/5tyMxWh1n8

— Adam Mosseri (@mosseri) November 8, 2022

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While Apple has stated that their Industrial Design...

Evans Hankey, who has held the job since Ive left, informed Apple last month that she will be departing. Though Hankey had been at the company for about 20 years, her relatively brief tenure at the top of the industrial design team made it difficult to establish a distinct vision for new Apple products ...

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Apple Launches New 'Ask Apple' Interactive...

Apple today announced a new session of its "Ask Apple" feature that is designed to let developers get help with app development from Apple engineers and experts. Apple debuted Ask Apple in October, and is now introducing a second week that runs from November 14 to November 18.

With Ask Apple, developers are able to get information on implementing new features that were added in iOS 16 such as Live Activities and Dynamic Island.

Developers can ask Apple team members questions through Q&As in Slack or in 25 minute one-on-one "office hour" sessions. Apple evangelists, engineers, and designers are available to developers, with office hours focused on creating apps that take advantage of the latest technologies.

Ask Apple is a free program with registration available to all members of...

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Apple AirPods lawsuit over charging case tech...

One of Apple's ongoing lawsuits targeting AirPods technologies has been settled out of court prior to a second jury trial.Apple settles one of its AirPods lawsuitsHandsfree headphone maker Pinn claimed that Apple's AirPods infringed on multiple patents owned by the company. Patents included device operation, recharging within a case, use with a smartphone, and how headsets connect.


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Apple Pacific Centre retail store opens on November...

Apple is opening its biggest retail store in Vancouver's Pacific Centre, and it will kick off its grand opening celebrations on November 18.Apple's logo for its store webpageThe two-story building is covered in a 30-foot-tall mural by Canadian designer Mooren (Mo) Bofill, with contributions by Musqueam First Nation artist Debra Sparrow. It features products including the AirPods, Apple Pencil, and other designs.


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The Apple TV+ price hike is ‘justified’ as the...

Apple's $4.99 sticker price made it one of the most affordable streamers in the U.S., says The Wrap. And the industry publication says the price hike is justified.

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AirTag crucial to retrieving runaway dog in Florida

An Apple AirTag was recently credited for helping to find a lost dog in Florida, despite Apple's warnings to not use the device in this manner.Rocky was helped by his AirTagThe dog — Rocky — escaped his home. An hour after the break-out, the owner realized that Rocky was missing.


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Apple releases AirPods Pro 2 firmware update

A new firmware update is available for the AirPods Pro 2, and release notes indicate it is a basic "bug fixes and improvements" release.AirPods Pro 2 firmware 5.1 is availableApple doesn't usually provide detailed release notes for AirPods firmware, making it difficult to work out what has actually changed in each release. The Apple support website for AirPods firmware releases states that this release is for bug fixes and improvements.


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Native Union's new foldable Mac & iPad...

Native Union's new Fold Laptop Stand for MacBooks and iPads cuts down on space with a minimalist design that improves air circulation.Fold Laptop StandThe unique, foldable structure of the product elevates MacBooks or iPads at a 15-degree viewing angle. It's made of aluminum and offers non-slip silicone pads for stability.


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Primitive Folding iPhone Built From Motorola Razr...

A Chinese YouTuber has gone to great lengths to construct a foldable iPhone out of existing parts, merging the internal components of an ‌iPhone‌ with the foldable chassis of a Motorola Razr. The resulting device is an ‌iPhone‌ that is able to be folded in half.

The video is in the Chinese language with subtitles, and walks through the process used for deconstructing both devices. All of the internal components of the ‌iPhone‌ X were removed and re-enginereed to fit inside of a foldable Motorola Razr chassis.

Called the "‌iPhone‌ V," the foldable ‌iPhone‌ is functional, running iOS, and the display clearly bends in half. Several ‌iPhone‌ models appear to have been torn down and converted into the foldable design, though the walkthrough focuses on the ‌iPhone‌ X.

Rumors suggest that Apple is working on foldable ‌iPhone‌ prototypes, but as of right now, there is no solid word on what an Apple foldable might...

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Apple Announces New Flagship Store Opening in...

Apple today announced that it will be opening an impressive new street-facing store in Vancouver, British Columbia on Friday, November 18.

Apple Pacific Centre via Daily Hive

The new Apple Pacific Centre store is positioned diagonally on the corner of West Georgia and Howe Streets and faces the Vancouver Art Gallery. To celebrate the grand opening of the store, the glass facade is wrapped in colorful artwork created by prominent Canadian designer Mo Bofill in collaboration with Musqueam weaver and artist Debra Sparrow.

The flagship outdoor location will replace Apple's existing store inside the adjacent Pacific Centre shopping mall, which originally opened in 2008. Vancouver-based publication Daily Hive shared photos of the new store earlier today, providing a closer look at the...

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World's first foldable iPhone wasn't made...

After over 200 days of trial and error, an engineer was able to create a folding iPhone using custom parts and a hinge from a Motorola Razr.Custom foldable iPhone built by Aesthetic Tech YouTube channelCreative engineers love to build Frankenstein-like Apple devices like iPhones with USB-C ports or Mac mini with M1 processors stuffed into old iMac cases. The latest creation comes from a Chinese YouTuber called "Scientific and...

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Apple Releases New Firmware for AirPods Pro 2

Apple today debuted a new firmware update for the second-generation AirPods Pro, marking the second update that the earbuds have received since their fall launch.

The existing 5A377 firmware has been updated to version 5B58.

There is no word on what features might be included in the refreshed firmware, so we don't know what's new. Apple also does not provide instructions on how to upgrade AirPods software, but firmware is generally installed over-the-air while the ‌‌AirPods‌‌ are connected to an iOS device. Putting the ‌‌‌‌‌AirPods‌‌‌‌‌ in the case, connecting the ‌‌‌‌‌AirPods‌‌‌‌‌ to a power source, and then pairing the ‌‌‌‌‌AirPods‌‌‌‌‌ to an iOS device or Mac should force the update.

You can check your ‌‌‌AirPods‌‌ or ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌AirPods Pro‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ firmware by following these steps:

  • Connect your ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌AirPods Pro‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ to your iOS device.
  • Open the Settings app...
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Apple Releases New Firmware for Powerbeats Pro,...

Apple today released new firmware updates for the Powerbeats Pro, Beats Fit Pro, and the Beats Studio Buds. The ‌Powerbeats Pro‌ firmware is version 5B55, up from 4A394, the Beats Studio Buds firmware is version 10M2155, up from 10M359, and the Beats Fit Pro firmware is version 5B55, up from 4E64.

Apple does not provide details on what's included in refreshed firmware updates for the Beats earbuds or for the AirPods, so we are not sure what improvements or bug fixes the new firmware brings.

There's no standard way to upgrade the ‌Beats‌‌ software, but firmware is generally installed over-the-air while the earbuds are connected to an iOS device. Putting the Beats‌‌‌‌‌ in the case, connecting them to a power source, and then pairing them‌‌‌‌‌ to an iPhone or iPad should force the update after a short...

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Twitters users are fleeing the platform; here’s...

A new study from Financial World has revealed the emerging social media platforms that could soon replace Twitter, as Elon Musk continues to cause controversy among users.  

The post Twitters users are fleeing the platform; here’s where they’re going appeared first on Apple World Today.

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Everything New in iOS 16.2 Beta 2: 5G in India,...

Apple today released the second betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 to developers for testing purposes, with the update tweaking some features and addressing some bugs that were discovered in the first beta.

We've outlined all of the changes found in the second betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 in this article.

Lock Screen Camera Bug Fix

Apple has fixed an annoying bug that did not allow you to exit out of the Lock Screen camera with a swipe. The swipe gesture has been re-enabled, so it is no longer necessary to lock the iPhone to get out of the Camera interface if it is accessed from the Lock Screen.

5G Connectivity in India

The second beta of iOS 16.2 adds 5G support in India for select carriers including Airtel and Jio. Users in India who are running the beta and who use supported carriers can connect to 5G...

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'Ask Apple' for developers restarts on Nov...

Apple has announced that next week of its Ask Apple series for developers will start on November 14, with sessions focusing on the latest technologies and features from the company.The next round of Ask AppleDevelopers can get help integrating the latest technologies into their apps, designing better user interfaces, and more through text-based group chats in Slack.


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Eufy launches Security SmartTrack Link to track...

Accessory maker Eufy has released an item tracker called Security SmartTrack Link that works with Apple's Find My protocol.Security SmartTrack LinkThe tracker is slightly less expensive than AirTag while providing many of the same location-tracking features. Eufy says that Apple has officially certified the Security SmartTrack Link.


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Apple seeds second developer beta for iOS 16.2,...

Apple has reached the second round of the current beta generation, providing developers new builds of iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, tvOS 16.2, and watchOS 9.2.New betas can be acquired from the Apple Developer Center by developers signed up for Apple's test program, or via an over-the-air update for hardware already running beta software. Public betas generally appear soon after the developer versions, and are downloaded through the Apple Beta Software Program website.Apple issued the first developer betas of iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, tvOS 16.2, and watchOS 9.2 on October 25. For the previous beta generation, which included iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1, release candidates were issued on...

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Apple issues second developer beta of macOS Ventura...

Apple is continuing its testing of the next update for macOS with developers now able to try out the second build of macOS Ventura 13.1.macOS Ventura 13.1 beta 1 now available for developersThe latest builds can be downloaded by developers taking part in the beta-testing program via the Apple Developer Center, or as an over-the-air update for any hardware that's already running the beta builds. Public beta versions of the releases generally arrive a short while after their developer counterparts, available through the Apple Beta Software Program website.


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Apple Seeds Second Beta of macOS Ventura 13.1 to...

Apple today seeded the second beta of an upcoming macOS Ventura 13.1 update to developers for testing purposes, with the beta launching two weeks after Apple seeded the first macOS Ventura 13.1 beta.

Registered developers can download the beta through the Apple Developer Center and after the appropriate profile is installed, the beta will be available through the Software Update mechanism in System Settings.

With ‌macOS Ventura‌ 13.1, Apple has debuted the Freeform app, which is aimed at creative collaboration. It can be used for brainstorming, planning out ideas, jotting down thoughts, sketching, and other creative purposes.

Users can insert drawings, sticky notes, shapes, text boxes, photos, videos, PDFs, links, and other documents, with Freeform serving as a blank canvas. Freeform "boards" can be shared with...

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Apple Seeds Second Betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2

Apple today seeded the second betas of upcoming iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the betas coming two weeks after Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2.

Registered developers are able to download the iOS 16‌.2 and iPadOS 16.2 profiles from the Apple Developer Center, and once installed, the beta is available over the air.

iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 include the Freeform app, which can be used for jotting down notes, sketching, drawing, brainstorming ideas, creating mood boards, and more. Multiple people can work on the same Freeform board, with changes synced for all participants in real time.

For the iPad, iPadOS 16.2 brings external display support to the...

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Kuo: Apple Suspends AirPods Pro 2 Assembly at One...

Apple appears to have instructed Chinese supplier Goertek to suspend assembly of the second-generation AirPods Pro due to production issues, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In a series of tweets shared today, Kuo said that Chinese supplier Luxshare has expanded production of the second-generation AirPods Pro to fill the gap and is now the exclusive supplier of the wireless earbuds for the time being.

"Goertek's suspension of production is more likely due to production issues rather than demand issues," said Kuo, without elaborating on what the specific issues may have been. Kuo said it's unclear when Goertek will resume production of the AirPods Pro. It's also unclear if the issues affect any second-generation AirPods Pro already sold.

The new AirPods Pro were released in late September and are currently in...

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Apple Seeds Second Beta of watchOS 9.2 to Developers

Apple today seeded the second beta of an upcoming watchOS 9.2 update to developers for testing purposes, with the new beta coming one week after the launch of the first watchOS 9.2 beta.

To install the new ‌watchOS 9.2 update, developers will need to download the configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center.

Once installed, ‌watchOS 9.2‌ can be downloaded through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General > Software update. To update to new software, an Apple Watch needs to have 50 percent battery life, it has to be placed on the charger, and it will need to be in range of the ‌‌‌iPhone‌‌‌ it is paired with.

watchOS 9.2 introduces support for a new Home app architecture that has also been added to iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and ...

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Apple Seeds Second Beta of tvOS 16.2 to Developers

Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming tvOS 16.2 update to developers for testing purposes, with the beta coming one day after the second tvOS 16.2 beta.

Developers can download the tvOS 16.2 beta by downloading a profile onto the Apple TV using Xcode.

tvOS updates are often minor in scale, focusing on internal bug fixes and improvements rather than notable outward-facing changes, but there are some noteworthy features in the tvOS 16.2 update. It adds support for the new Home app architecture, which is designed to make Home setups faster and more reliable.

tvOS 16.2 also adds a new Siri voice recognition feature, allowing the ‌Apple TV‌ to recognize each person in the household by voice, swapping over to the appropriate profile. This makes it easier to switch between ‌Apple TV‌ users, getting to the correct music, TV shows, recommendations,...

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Apple won 42 Patents today Covering one aspect of...

Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 42 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. In this particular report we briefly cover one of Apple's many patents on their Driver's License and State ID for the iPhone's Wallet app. We also cover a patent relating to setting up an Apple Watch using a scanned image from an iPhone – and as always, we wrap up this week's granted patent report with our traditional listing of the remaining granted patents that were issued to Apple today.

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Beats special-edition Powerbeats Pro adds Melody...

Beats is partnering with designer Melody Ehsani to introduce new special-edition Powerbeats Pro colorways on November 11.Beats by Dre Powerbeats Pro Special EditionTeased by the Beats by Dre Twitter account since November 7, a post on Tuesday confirmed the personal audio subsidiary of Apple is collaborating with designer Melody Ehsani on the new colors and designs.


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Apple is down to one manufacturer for AirPods Pro 2...

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Goertek has stopped production of AirPods Pro 2, leaving just one supplier producing the complex devices.AirPods Pro 2 offer better ANC and sound qualityAfter reporting back in 2019 that Goertek and Luxshare would be joint suppliers for the AirPods range, Kuo now says that Goertek has had to stop. The company has announced that it has suspended production on an audio device, though it has not confirmed which.


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Apple Debuts Special Edition Powerbeats Pro in Fun...

Apple's Beats by Dre brand today announced the upcoming launch of a new set of limited edition Powerbeats Pro earbuds that have been designed in collaboration with fashion designer Melody Ehsani.

Available in two split colorways that include pink/red and blue/yellow, the earbuds both have a little eye logo and a saying: "If you can read this you're too close."

The ‌Powerbeats Pro‌ are set to launch on Friday, November 11, and they will be available on Apple's website. Apple has not shared pricing, but standard ‌Powerbeats Pro‌ are priced at $250.

‌Powerbeats Pro‌ are fitness-focused earbuds for athletes, featuring silicone ear tips and earhooks to hold the earbuds securely in the ears.

An H1 chip is included for features like spatial audio, fast device switching, automatic connection, and more...

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Apple's Brain Drain Hinders Efforts To Pick Its...

Turnover at Apple has hindered efforts to replace the head of product design, leaving a gaping hole at the helm of a prominent team that's been key to the iPhone maker's prolonged success. From a report: Legendary design leader Jony Ive departed Apple in 2019, and his replacement for hardware design lasted just about three years. Now the department -- still in Ive's shadow -- needs a new leader at a time when there are few obvious choices. And the fate of Apple's hardware devices, which accounted for more than three-quarters of its nearly $400 billion in revenue last year, hangs in the balance. Evans Hankey, who has held the job since Ive left, informed Apple last month that she will be departing. Though Hankey had been at the company for about 20 years, her relatively brief tenure at the top of the industrial design team made it hard to establish a distinct vision for new products. Apple also lacks a clear succession plan for the job, a significant problem for a company that sells...

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COVID iPhone delays won't destroy demand, but...

Apple's reduction in iPhone 14 production at Foxconn's Zhengzhou factory will hit revenue for the holiday quarter, says Morgan Stanley, but it also presents an opportunity for investors to "buy the dip."A Foxconn factoryThe COVID-19 restrictions affecting the Zhengzhou factory, Apple's largest iPhone production facility, will reduce production of the product line for the immediate future. It's enough of an impact that Apple issued a press release on Sunday warning of reduced supplies but still high demand for its...

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How to make an external bootable working drive in...

When something goes wrong with your Mac, it's a boon to have a separate, external drive that you can work from — but Apple no longer makes that easy. Here's how to do it.The short answer to how you make a bootable external working drive is very, very carefully. You're going to completely wipe that external drive, for one thing, so you really need to be sure that you've copied off any important data from it.It's also possible that if you make a mistake along the way, it's conceivable that you could end up wiping your Mac's internal drive. It's possibly fortunate, then, that Apple throws many hurdles in the way to stop you making a macOS Ventura external bootable drive.


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Nintendo teaming up to make more games for iPhone

Nintendo wants to strengthen its reach outside of consoles with a stronger mobile push and will establish a new company called Nintendo Systems Co., Ltd to do it.Nintendo establishes new joint venture with mobile game developerNintendo continues to be a powerful third leg in the duopoly established by Microsoft and Sony in gaming. Since the Nintendo Switch supply has been constrained due to chip shortages, Nintendo hopes to capture more of the mobile gaming market with a new joint venture.


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Early Black Friday deal: save $210 on this Apple...

The record-breaking Apple Watch price drop knocks $210 off the 41mm GPS + Cellular style with a Stainless Steel case in a killer early Black Friday deal.This Apple Watch is $210 off.You can find the $489.99 price at Amazon, where the e-commerce giant continues to offer the best Apple Watch deals on the Series 8. This particular style has a 41mm Silver Stainless Steel Case and a White Sport Band in Small/Medium. The GPS + Cellular functionality is also a bonus, allowing you to use it away from a Wi-Fi connection with a qualifying cellular plan.


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Eufy Launches Cheaper AirTag Alternative With Find...

Anker brand Eufy recently introduced a new SmartTrack Link item tracker with support for the Find My app, providing iPhone users with a cheaper alternative to the AirTag. The item tracker also works with the Eufy Security app, available on the App Store.

The SmartTrack Link can be added to the Items tab of the Find My app, allowing its location to be tracked in the app just like the AirTag. And if another iPhone user around the world comes close to your lost item with a SmartTrack Link affixed to it, the Find My network securely relays an approximate location of the item back to you.

The SmartTrack Link has many similarities to the AirTag, including a built-in speaker that can play a sound if lost, water resistance, and a CR2032 battery that lasts up to a year. The main advantage is cost, with an individual SmartTrack Link priced at $19.99 and...

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Apple wants to hire lead designer from inside, but...

Evans Hankey, Apple's vice president of industrial design, is leaving, and the company is having trouble finding a replacement.Apple ParkHankey and Alan Dye took leadership positions within the team after Jony Ive's departure. A report on October 21 said that Hankey plans to stick around for the next six months.


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Deals: Apple's 256GB M2 MacBook Air Available...

You can get multiple all-time low prices on on Apple's 2022 M2 MacBook Air today on Amazon, starting at $1,049.00 for the 256GB model. This sale is only available in Space Gray, and it's a match of the lowest price we've ever seen on the new MacBook Air.

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

Apple launched the redesigned MacBook Air this past July, and it comes with the new M2 chip, a 13.6-inch LCD display, MagSafe, and an entirely new design. For the 256GB model, Midnight, Silver, and Starlight colors are available at $1,099.00, which is a decent second-best option as well.

$150 OFFM2 MacBook Air (256GB) for $1,049.00


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Apple is the most profitable company in China

Apple has grown so much in China over the last two years that its regional operating profit far exceeds the country's native tech giants, fueled by extensive diplomatic efforts.Apple CEO Tim Cook at a Foxconn factory.It is well known that Apple relies heavily on China for its massive production capacity, albeit one that is in the spotlight due to a COVID outbreak affecting its biggest iPhone factory. At the same time, Apple is also seeing business in the country soar considerably, making it the biggest in China.

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Apple's Product Design Team Reportedly Focused...

Apple's efforts to replace its former design chief Jony Ive have been hindered by increased turnover within the company's product design team over the past few years, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. The report claims that Apple has lost the majority of senior designers who worked under Ive, with many of them jumping ship to his new design firm LoveFrom, which he started after leaving Apple in 2019.

At least 15 senior Apple designers have left the company since Ive moved to a part-time role in 2015, whereas turnover was rare between 2000 and 2015, according to the report. Only a "small handful" of senior designers from the Ive era are said to remain.

Last month, Apple confirmed that its vice president of industrial design Evans Hankey...

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Bookends 14.1.4 - Reference management and...

Bookends is a full-featured bibliography/reference and information-management system for students and professionals.

  • Bookends uses the cloud to sync reference libraries on all the Macs you use. Access the power of Bookends directly from Mellel, Nisus Writer Pro, or MS Word (including Word 2016): Bookends allows you to scan your existing word-processor files and automatically generate finished manuscripts with properly formatted bibliographies. You can also scan Apple Pages '08, '09, and 5, Manuscripts.app, and LibreOffice/OpenOffice 4 files, or RTF files saved from any word processor.
  • Bookends allows you to share your references over the Internet with anyone, on any platform. And with Bookends, you can directly search and import references from...
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How to use the back of your iPhone as a button in...

Back Tap is an iOS feature that lets you trigger commands or run Shortcuts just by tapping on the back of your iPhone. Here's what you should know.iPhone Back TapBack Tap is an Accessibility feature in iOS 16 — first introduced back iOS 14 — that allows you to map commands or features to "taps" on the rear of an iPhone. With a little effort, you can get it so that tapping your finger on the back of your iPhone will trigger just about anything on your device.


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Apple Glasses reportedly postponed until 2025 or...

Take this one with a grain of salt, but a report from MarketWatch says that the rumored “Apple Glasses” — Apple’s augmented reality/mixed reality headset — may not arrive until 2025 or 2026.

The post Apple Glasses reportedly postponed until 2025 or 2026 due to ‘design issues’ appeared first on Apple World Today.

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For some reason, Apple renews ‘Bad Sisters’ for a...

Apple TV+’s “Bad Sisters” was an entertaining dark comedy that wrapped up its mystery perfectly. But, for some reason, it’s being renewed for a second season.

The post For some reason, Apple renews ‘Bad Sisters’ for a second season appeared first on Apple World Today.

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Apple is now the most profitable company in China

Apple is now the most profitable company in China, thanks to a combination of US sanctions against Huawei, and CEO Tim Cook’s corporate diplomacy with the government.

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Apple has Won a Patent for a possible Future Apple...

Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to a possible next-gen Apple Watch band that will provide users with constant wrist tension to ensure that it stays firmly in place while providing superior comfort.

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Bad economy spurs a boom in demand for secondhand...

A tumbling yen has put new iPhones out of reach for some and sparked a growing secondhand trade in a major market for Apple, reports Reuters.

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Daily deals Nov. 8: $110 off Apple Watch Series 8, $...

Tuesday's best deals include an M2 MacBook Air for $1,599, 15% off Anker chargers, an $80 Belkin USB Type-C Docking Station, and much more.Best deals for November 8AppleInsider checks online stores daily to uncover discounts and offers on hardware and other products, including Apple devices, smart TVs, accessories, and other items. The best offers are compiled into our regular list for our readers to use and save money.


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Apple TV 4K 2022 review: An Apple Arcade playground

The new for 2022 Apple TV 4K seems purpose-built for casual gamers and Apple Arcade enthusiasts. But, for everybody else, there's not much reason to upgrade beyond a USB-C Siri Remote or HDR10+.The 2022 Apple TV 4K is the model to buyThe Apple TV is caught in a somewhat awkward place in the technological world. Users can access Apple TV+ and Apple Music on various game consoles, streaming sticks, and smart TVs, so a dedicated set-top-box appears redundant.


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Used iPhones favored over expensive new models in...

The tumbling value of the Yen against the U.S. dollar has caused secondhand iPhone sales to grow in Japan, as shoppers attempt to seek out upgrades at a lower cost than buying brand new.Apple hiked iPhone 13 prices in Japan in July. Japan's currency has reached a 32-year low compared to the dollar, which is considerably affecting spending habits in the country. Despite being the third biggest economy in the world, Japan's citizens are shifting how they spend their money to be more favorable of secondhand goods, including iPhones.


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Apple patent involves ‘differential privacy with...

Apple has been granted a patent for “differential privacy with cloud data.”  It involves using the data the company collects to "learn" how you write and speak without compromising your privacy.

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LG Display joins OLED panel supply chain for the...

Apple has reportedly started to use LG Display as a supplier of OLED panels for the iPhone 14 Pro models, alongside existing supplier Samsung Display.iPhone 14 ProFor the launch of the iPhone 14, the Pro models' OLED panels were provided only by Samsung Display. However, it seems that Apple has brought aboard another supplier for the premium models.


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Departure of key design personnel, cost-cutting...

The departure of key design personnel and are hindering Apple’s efforts to find the “next Jony Ive,” according to a Bloomberg report by Mark Gurman.

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Today’s Deal: Sam’s Club One-Year Membership only $...

Sam’s Club is a membership warehouse club with a limited-item business model. Thanks to a new Apple World Today deal, you can get a one-year membership for only $24.99.

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Apple Original Films hosts world premiere of ‘...

Today at the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York, Apple Original Films hosted the world premiere of the holiday musical comedy, “Spirited."

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Apple patent involves smoother use of Siri across...

Apple has been granted a patent for “virtual assistant operating in multi-device environments.” It involves making Siri, its personal digital assistant, run smoothly in an environment of multiple Apple devices.

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Apple rolls out Safari Technology Preview 157 with...

Apple has released Safari Technology Preview 156. The update includes includes bug fixes and performance improvements for Web Inspector, CSS, Rendering, JavaScript, WebCodecs, Web API, Media, Web Animations, HTML, Accessibility, Security, Privacy, and Safari Web Extensions.

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Plugable releases USB-C or USB 3.0 Quad HDMI Adapter

Plugable has launched a solution for extending laptop displays up to four screens, even on M1 and M2 Macs that would otherwise only support one external monitor.

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News Items You Should Check out: Nov. 8

Since I can’t cover everything, I like to offer a daily round-up of must-read articles from some other great websites. ° From Apple’s Newsroom page: NightWare is a digital therapeutic system that works in conjunction with Apple Watch and iPhone to disrupt nightmares related to post-traumatic stress disorder. ° From AppleInsider: Apple has begun its […]

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LG Display has Officially begun to Supply Apple with...

On September 17, Patently Apple posted a supply chain report titled "Apple is in the final stages of testing new high-end LTPO OLED Displays from LG Display that would disrupt Samsung's Plans." Today we're learning that LG Display has in fact started supplying displays to Apple's new iPhone 14 Pro series models.

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The Most Profitable Company in China isn't...

It's being reported today that the most profitable tech company operating in China is not a homegrown internet giant such as Alibaba or Tencent, but California-based Apple.

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As the Japanese Yen Depreciates, iPhone 14 Sales get...

According to a new report today in Tokyo, Japanese consumers had been willing to pay for the latest gadgets for years, and now that the yen has fallen, some can no longer afford the price of a new iPhone, while second-hand trade is emerging in a key market for Apple Inc.

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Telegram Update Brings Video Transcription, Topics...

Telegram Messenger this week released a new update for iPhone and iPad that adds video transcription, separate topics in large groups, and other new features to the popular chat platform.

The new voice-to-text transcription tool can be activated using a new "→A" button in the bottom-right corner of a video, and is designed to let users read video messages from friends when they don't have time to watch the video.

Like the existing voice message transcription, video messaging transcription is a feature exclusive to subscribers of Telegram Premium, which costs $4.99 a month and includes other perks like faster downloads, no ads, and a larger 4GB maximum file upload limit.

Meanwhile, for all users, Topics in Groups is a new feature that allows groups with over 200 members to create separate areas for more specific chats. Users can opt to get notifications from Topics and shared media settings that are independent of the wider...

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Monday November 7

Apple's AR Glasses Could Slip To 2026, Says...

While Apple is still expected to release its first VR/AR headset next year, the bigger step to mainstream adoption -- the Google Glass-style AR glasses -- may have slipped two years according to one analyst. Tom's Guide reports: In an email to MarketWatch, Haitong International Tech Research's Jeff Pu wrote that Apple Glasses could now be up to four years from making their first appearance. "We now expect the AR Glass to be postponed to 2025-2026, due to design issues," Pu wrote. This is significant as just five months ago Pu stated that the AR glasses could be announced as soon as 2024.

The term "design difficulties" is, of course, a bit of a catch-all. It could cover anything from making the glasses aesthetically pleasing and light enough for extended wear, to ensuring they have enough battery life to be useful and don't overheat. But it's striking that nearly a decade after Google Glass became available to 'Explorers' in the US, companies are still struggling to make the...

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Veterans can find relief from ongoing Nightmares by...

Every night for more than a decade, Robert Guithues dreaded closing his eyes and falling asleep. That’s because when he did, he was transported back to the burning oil fields outside of Baghdad, or to a forward operating base in the mountains of Afghanistan, where his unit was attacked for 278 days out of its yearlong mission there.“ As time went on, my nightmares became more vivid and physical ...

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Some folks (including me) think that Apple is...

As noted by 9to5Mac, two developers and security researchers who identify themselves as “Mysk” have raised privacy concerns about the App Store getting more ads. More specifically, the developers revealed that iOS sends Apple a detailed log of how users interact with the App Store.

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Ventura Bug Disables Real-Time Security Software

A macOS 13.0 Ventura bug revolving around Full Disk Access permissions is preventing real-time protection features in security software from operating. Thomas Reed of Malwarebytes shares a workaround until Apple fixes the bug in macOS 13.1.

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Please welcome our latest long-term sponsor, e3 Software, makers of the powerful Mac-native email newsletter and marketing app Direct Mail. 

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8 Features Rumored for the iPhone 15 Coming in 2023

There's almost a year to go until we get new iPhone 15 models in September 2023, but we've been hearing rumors for months now. It's looking like the ‌iPhone 15‌ models could get more notable updates than we saw for the iPhone 14, including features many iPhone users have wanted for years.

We've rounded up some of the best features coming to the ‌iPhone 15‌ that we've heard so far so MacRumors readers know what to look forward to.

USB-C Port

2023 is expected to mark the end of the Lightning port for the ‌iPhone‌, with Apple transitioning to USB-C. That means you'll be able to charge your modern Mac, iPad, and ‌iPhone‌ all with the same connector.

Apple isn't exactly swapping to USB-C in order to make your life more...

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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 157 With...

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced 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 157 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for Web Inspector, CSS, Rendering, JavaScript, WebCodecs, Web API, Media, Web Animations, HTML, Accessibility, Security, Privacy, and Safari Web Extensions.

The current ‌Safari Technology Preview‌ release is built on the Safari 16 update and it includes support for feature coming in macOS Ventura such as Live Text, Passkeys, Web Extension improvements,...

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HoudahGeo 6.3.3

Photo geotagging app brings added support for macOS 13 Ventura and Adobe Lightroom Classic 12. ($39 new, free update, 27.3 MB, macOS 10.14+)

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Foxconn reportedly downplayed severity of recent...

A new report alleges that Foxconn downplayed the severity of its recent COVID-19 outbreak and that its actions led to a stricter lockdown.Foxconn workerFoxconn's factory in Zhengzhou was hit by a COVID outbreak in late October. At the time, a spokesperson for the Apple supplier said the impact was controllable, and conditions at the factory were stable.


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Fantastical 3.7.3

Adds support for Beacon and Gong conferences and for syncing custom colors with Fastmail. ($36.96 new, free update, 62.4 MB, macOS 11+)

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Regain Control of Your Inbox with SaneBox

Drowning in unimportant email, despite your best efforts at filtering? The SaneBox service is a power tool that can help clean up even the messiest of inboxes.

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iOS 16.1.1 update expected soon with Emergency SOS...

Apple could soon release iOS 16.1.1 with the Emergency SOS via Satellite feature for iPhone 14 models and a bug fix affecting Apple's advertising network.Emergency SOS via Satellite coming in November updateMultiple signs are appearing that Apple will release iOS 16.1.1 before the end of November, and likely soon. The update could release the promised Emergency SOS via Satellite and address bugs in the operating system.


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When to Expect the Emergency SOS via Satellite...

All four iPhone 14 models support a new Emergency SOS via Satellite feature that will allow the devices to connect directly to a satellite, enabling users to send text messages to emergency services when outside the range of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. Apple says the feature will launch in November, and while the company has yet to provide a more specific release date, we have outlined the most likely timing below.

In a support document, Apple says Emergency SOS via Satellite "will be available with an iOS 16 software update coming in November 2022." Given that iOS 16.1 was released in late October, and that iOS 16.2 is expected to be released in December, Emergency SOS via Satellite will likely be enabled with iOS 16.1.1, which is already in testing and...

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How to enable Taptic Chimes on your Apple Watch in...

Taptic Chimes allow you to know when a new hour has started with sound and haptic motions on your Apple Watch. Here is how to enable and customize the feature."When enabled, on the hour, you will feel a silent taptic on your wrist," said Kevin Lynch, vice president of Technology at Apple, during WWDC 2019. "And if sound is on, you'll hear an audible chime."Here is how to enable Taptic Chimes and customize them within watchOS 9.


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Best early Black Friday deals on Apple for the week...

Deals on Apple hardware are heating up as Black Friday approaches, with fresh price cuts hitting 2022 Apple TV 4K and AirPods devices, as well as current MacBook Pros and iPads.Save up to $600 on Apple products.With discounts of up to $600 off and prices as low as $99.99, there are plenty of early Black Friday deals available on Apple products to fit a wide variety of budgets. And with free expedited shipping available on numerous products, you won't have to wait long to receive your order.


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Nanoleaf Debuts 'Lines Squared' LED Light...

Nanoleaf today updated its Lines LED Light Bars to add a new configuration that allows the lights to be arranged at 90 degree angles using new square Mounting Connectors. The Lines Squared can be set up around door frames and corners, and new geometric shapes are possible.

The new 90 degree connectors can be paired with the existing 60 degree connectors, allowing for many new design options. For those unfamiliar with Nanoleaf lights, the Lines can be connected together to form wall art in any shape you desire. The LED lights are capable of displaying more than 16 million colors, with different color-shifting patterns also available.

The Lines are HomeKit-enabled and can be controlled with Siri and through the Home app, plus there is a dedicated Nanoleaf app where you can set up lighting scenes and sync the lights to music.

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Deals: Walmart Kicks Off Early Black Friday '...

We're still a few weeks away from Black Friday, but of course that isn't stopping numerous retailers from holding early Black Friday sales ahead of the shopping holiday. Walmart is one of the first major ones to introduce such a sale this week, with the first leg of its "Deals For Days" event kicking off today.

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Deals For Days Schedule

This event kicks off November 7 online at 12 p.m. ET for Walmart+ users only, and then at 7 p.m. ET for everyone else. It will end on November 13, after which the next part of the event will begin. You can...

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Samsung tries adding Apple-style Back Tap to Galaxy...

The iPhone's Back Tap feature is now available for Samsung Galaxy S and Flip devices, although making it work means digging through several layers of abstraction.Samsung Galaxy S22Back Tap is the feature on iPhone that lets users assign different actions to a double tap, or triple tap, on the back of the phone. Meant for accessibility, it's become popular with many users for how it means you can quickly turn on the torch, or launch applications, and so on.


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Apple Says iOS 16 Update Coming Soon With Fix for...

Apple is working on an iOS 16 update with a fix for an issue related to its advertising framework SKAdNetwork, according to the company's system status page. Apple says the issue began on November 3, but it did not provide any additional details.

"There is an issue impacting SKAdNetwork for users on iOS 16.1," says Apple. "We are working to quickly resolve this issue in a software update."

SKAdNetwork enables advertisers to measure the success of ads by attributing app installations to specific ad campaigns — in other words, it allows advertisers to know how successful an ad is at getting users to download an app from the App Store. iOS 16.1 was released two weeks ago with SKAdNetwork 4.0, which provides more performance insights for...

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Apple begins Oscars push for 'Causeway'

Entertainment industry title Deadline has opened this year's movie awards season with "Contenders Film: New York" to highlight some of the year's most popular movies, including one from Apple TV+.Jennifer Lawrence stars in "Causeway"Ahead of the 95th Oscars ceremony that will take place on March 12, 2023, "Contenders Film: New York" shared possible contenders for awards on Saturday, November 5.


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Poweradd Pro Portable Charger review: Attractive...

Your iPhone may already get you through the work day, but the Poweradd Pro Portable Charger pairs ease of use and design to go even further.The charger ships with the charger itself and a USB-C to USB-A charging cable to charge either the power bank or one of your devices.There are multiple portable chargers to choose from, but with a sleek design, Fast Charging, and an affordable price, the Poweradd Pro Portable Charger may be the one to get.


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Deals: Amazon Has AirPods Pro 2 for $234 ($15 Off)...

Amazon is ramping up deals ahead of the holiday shopping season, and today we're tracking a few solid markdowns on AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch Series 8. This includes a rare discount on the AirPods Pro 2 and in the case of the Apple Watch, we're seeing all-time low prices on cellular models.

AirPods Pro 2

Amazon today has the AirPods Pro 2 for $234.00, down from $249.00. This is one of the first times we've seen a discount on the second-generation AirPods Pro since Prime Early Access in October.

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$15 OFFAirPods Pro 2 for $234.00

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Now more than ever, IT leaders need to reduce costs while securing and empowering their workforce. Microsoft 365 combines the capabilities organizations need in one secure, integrated experience—powered by data and AI—to help people work better and smarter.

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Apple Preparing iOS 16.1.1 as Widespread Wi-Fi Bug...

Apple is preparing an iOS 16.1.1 update for the iPhone to address bugs and issues experienced by users following the first major update to the iOS 16 operating system two weeks ago, including a persistent Wi-Fi bug that's been annoying ‌iPhone‌ customers.

MacRumors in the past week has seen signs of devices running iOS 16.1.1 in our website analytics, indicating the update is under testing within Apple and could see a launch in the near future. While it's unclear what the update will include, it's possible it could fix a widespread and persistent Wi-Fi bug that has impacted users. The bug causes a user's ‌iPhone‌ to randomly disconnect from Wi-Fi when left on standby, such as overnight or in other situations.

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How to Use Driving Focus to Auto-Reply While Driving

With iOS 16, Apple has given you even more control over Do Not Disturb, especially while driving.While driving with Do Not Disturb on, your iPhone automatically responds to any messages with a pre-scripted reply. This is a great feature that helps you keep your attention on the road, but the pre-scripted message is a little generic.You can customize your Auto-Reply message, though. Here's how to get started with Driving Focus and change your reply message.


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Apple has released a profile of NightWare, an app for the Apple Watch that is helping PTSD sufferers fend off nightmares so they can get a good night's sleep.NightWare running on an Apple Watch [Apple]Published on Monday, the profile in the Apple Newsroom covers NightWare, an app for the Apple Watch that is designed to disrupt nightmares related to post-traumatic stress disorder. FDA-approved in November 2020, the specially-provisioned Apple Watch and iPhone system is the first and only to be approved digital theraputic for treating nightmares.


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Chromium 109.0.5407.0 - Fast and stable open-source...

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Parallels Desktop 18.1.0 - Run Windows apps without...

Parallels allows you to run Windows and Mac applications side by side. Choose your view to make Windows invisible while still using its applications, or keep the familiar Windows background and controls on your Mac.

Now Supporting Windows 11 and macOS Monterey

  • Optimized for Windows 11 and macOS Monterey, Parallels Desktop continues to stay up to date so you can keep working without interruption.
  • We make it easy to get all of your files, applications, browser bookmarks, and more from your PC to your Mac; just follow the setup assistant.

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Matter launches and supported devices get made...

We discuss the global launch of the Matter smart home standard and walk through various supported devices on the latest episode of the Homekit Insider podcast.HomeKit InsiderIt was a big week for smart home aficionados as Matter held a launch event in Amsterdam. The CSA announced several pieces of news related to the Matter platform and many partner brands were on hand with announcements of their own.


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Deals: Amazon Introduces Massive Discounts on 2021...

It's been a few weeks since we tracked deals on every model of the 2021 MacBook Pro, but today Amazon is providing just that, with a new all-time low price on one 14-inch model. In total, these deals reach up to $499 off select notebooks, with some of the biggest markdowns to date.

14-inch MacBook Pro

Starting with the 8-Core M1 Pro/512GB 14-inch MacBook Pro, this model is available for $1,599.99, down from $1,999.00. It's available in both Silver and Space Gray.

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$399 OFF14-inch MacBook Pro (512GB) for $1,599.99

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How to set an animated Memoji on your Lock Screen in...

When choosing your profile picture that is displayed on your Mac's Lock Screen, you can choose to have an animated Memoji as one. Here is how to set it up."With Memoji, you can create your very own personalized Animoji," said Craig Federighi, the senior vice president of Software Engineering at Apple, during the WWDC 2018 keynote. "These Animoji can look like you or the real you."Here is how to set up an animated Memoji on your Lock Screen and what it does while your computer is locked in macOS Ventura.


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Daily deals Nov. 7: $400 off 16-inch MacBook Pro, $...

Monday's best deals include $15 off AirPods Pro Gen 2, $99 2021 Apple TV 4K, 67% off SanDisk 2TB Extreme Portable SSD, and much more.Best deals for November 7AppleInsider checks online stores daily to uncover discounts and offers on hardware and other products, including Apple devices, smart TVs, accessories, and other items. The best offers are compiled into our regular list for our readers to use and save money.


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The new generation of the Apple TV 4K is a welcome...

The latest generation of the Apple TV 4K isn’t for everyone, but folks invested in the Apple ecosystem will certainly like it. The newest version isn’t a revolutionary product, but a solid evolutionary product.

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