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Monday April 22

07:02
Apple kills off troubled FineWoven line, report...

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Apple’s much-maligned range of FineWoven accessories, made of an imitation-leather material for environmental reasons, has now been completely killed off, according to a new report. The same source indicates that the company intends to replace FineWoven with another leather-replacement material, but hopefully one which suffers from fewer problems.

Twitter/X user Kosutami, a tech leaker who has posted some accurate rumors in the past, posted Sunday that “FineWoven has gone… Since its durability were bad,” and that production of the cases has now ceased.

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06:40
Report: Apple acquires French startup behind AI and...

Apple has reportedly acquired Datakalab, a Paris, France-based startup specializing in artificial intelligence compression and computer vision technology. According to French business magazine Challenges, the acquisition was finalized in December.

Datakalab described itself as “experts in low power, runtime efficient, and deep learning algorithms” that work on device.

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05:45
Rumor: iPhone 16 could ditch physical buttons after...

Rumors that Apple is hoping to switch a future iPhone model from physical to capacitive buttons persist. Now, a new supply chain report suggests that Apple has placed a supply chain order for a new capacitive button system that will replace the physical buttons on the iPhone 16.

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04:48
Apple Events 2024: Apple’s event plans

Macworld

Apple doesn’t participate in big industry-wide events such as CES or E3. The most valuable company in the world holds its own events, thank you very much. Several times a year, Apple invites the press and industry professionals to Apple Park to hear all about its latest products and services. Apple calls these ‘events,’ and streams them live online to millions of watchers.

In 2023 there were three such events: WWDC in June, the Wonderlust iPhone event in September and Apple’s second fall event on October 30 (or October 31 if you weren’t in the U.S.). Similarly, in 2022 Apple held three events: a spring event on March 8, WWDC on June 6, and the iPhone 14 launch on September 7. In other years Apple has held four events though. Will Apple hold four events in 2024?

Read on to find out what events and new Apple product launches the...

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04:45
Ukraine Asks Apple To Withdraw Gambling Apps From...

Ukraine Asks Apple To Withdraw Gambling Apps From the App Store

It’s been more than two years since the Russian-Ukrainian war started. Well, technically, it started over a decade ago, but its latest and most impactful part started more than two years ago, in February 2022.  After these tough times, Ukraine seems to face a different and rather unexpected problem with the army. According to President […]

This post Ukraine Asks Apple To Withdraw Gambling Apps From the App Store appeared first on The Mac Observer

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04:30
Best laptop stands for Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook...

Macworld

Apple’s MacBooks are great, but—as with all laptops—using one isn’t that great for your back or neck.

Continual bowing of the head to see a screen can lead to a stiff neck and what doctors call spinal stenosis, which can compress blood vessels and displace nerves—cutting off blood supply to the brain. That’s not a good thing.

Your screen should be at a comfortable height that doesn’t make you bend your neck down to see it. Try to make sure your eyes are in line with the screen while sitting with a straight back. This also helps when making video calls, so the other people aren’t staring up your nostrils.

Using a laptop stand also makes using a separate keyboard and mouse much easier. See our roundups of the best Mac keyboards and...

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04:22
iPhone 16 to Feature Capacitive Buttons With Haptic...

iPhone 16 to Feature Capacitive Buttons With Haptic Feedback

The iPhone 16 buttons won’t be mechanical, and will feature a haptic system similar to the iPhone SE’s Touch ID, according to a report. Prior to the announcement of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, there was a lot of speculation about Apple replacing its mechanical buttons with haptic-responsive ones. However, the company reportedly […]

This post iPhone 16 to Feature Capacitive Buttons With Haptic Feedback appeared first on The Mac Observer

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04:15
Fjällräven High Coast Foldsack 24 review:...

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At a glanceExpert's Rating
Pros

  • Universal use
  • Large selection of colors
  • Very good workmanship
  • Recycled material
  • Very light and can be folded flat
  • Robust, dirt-resistant base

Cons

  • Hook on the lid slips out easily
  • No padding in the laptop compartment

Our Verdict

We really liked the High Coast Foldsack 24 as an everyday backpack. Fresh colors, slim, light, and flexible to use. The workmanship is excellent and the price is reasonable.

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03:55
Apple Watch Users With WatchOS 10 Reportedly Facing...

Apple Watch Users With WatchOS 10 Reportedly Facing Extreme Battery Life and Draining Issues

Apple Watch users are reporting significantly reduced battery life after updating to watchOS 10, with some models draining as quickly as 4-5 hours. The issue appears to be affecting users across various Apple Watch models, including Series 4, 5, 7, and even the as new as Series 9. While some users have found relief with […]

This post Apple Watch Users With WatchOS 10 Reportedly Facing Extreme Battery Life and Draining Issues appeared first on The Mac Observer

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03:30
Why does Apple want to destroy everything good about...

Macworld

Welcome to our weekly Apple Breakfast column, which includes all the Apple news you missed last week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read during lunch or dinner hours too.

Air quality

Interesting developments in the iPad rumorsphere, where the theory emerged last week that the next iPad Air, already expected to get a massive 12.9-inch display, will also enjoy an upgrade from LED to mini-LED screen technology. That’s what you currently get from the iPad Pro, and should deliver excellent power efficiency and improved image quality. Good news, right?

Wrong.

It’s always been understood that the Pro models are where you go to get the very best hardware Apple can offer....

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03:20
Customers Are Losing Interest in Apple Vision Pro...

Customers Are Losing Interest in Apple Vision Pro Ahead of International Launch

People seem to be losing interest in Apple Vision Pro, Apple’s mixed reality headset. The company announced it during WWDC 2023, and it became available in the United States in February of this year. Since then, people could go in-store to try a demo, as well as buy them in person and online. Now, Bloomberg‘s […]

This post Customers Are Losing Interest in Apple Vision Pro Ahead of International Launch appeared first on The Mac Observer

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03:10
Best wireless headphones for iPhone

Macworld

Wireless headphones are essentially the standard now, with Bluetooth being convenient and the sound quality difference to wired not being that noticeable to typical people (we realize audiophiles ‘know’).

The market is huge, but here are the best wireless earbuds we’ve tested for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Macs. If you do want a wired connection some of these do offer it in addition to Bluetooth, but we also have a round-up of the best wired headphones and a comparison of over-ear headphones read our comparison of AirPods Max vs other over-ear headphones.

Updated April 2024 with Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 4 review.

Best headphones and earbuds for iPhone

1. Bose...

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03:00
Rumor: Apple stops production of FineWoven...

Sometimes you’ve got to throw in the towel on an accessory. Per a post on X (formerly Twitter), noted leaker “Kosutami” has cited that Apple has stopped production of FineWoven accessories due to its poor durability. The company may move to another non-leather material for its premium accessories in the future. Kosutami has offered accurate […]

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01:56
Google Chrome’s Quick Delete Feature Will Soon Be...

Google Chrome’s Quick Delete Feature Will Soon Be Available on iOS

Google Chrome seems to be working on expanding the “quick delete” feature for iOS users. The quick delete feature is already available on Android, allowing you to delete all browsing data from the last 15 minutes. A flag named “Quick Delete for iOS” is being added, which suggests the development of this feature for iPhones, […]

This post Google Chrome’s Quick Delete Feature Will Soon Be Available on iOS appeared first on The Mac Observer

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01:42
Accessory Maker is Already Selling Cases for the...

Accessory Maker is Already Selling Cases for the Much Rumored 12.9″ iPad Air

Rumors about the imminent launch of new iPads have been swirling, mainly because it’s been a while since Apple last updated its iPad lineup. One of the most talked-about rumors is the introduction of a larger iPad Air for the first time, and some accessory makers are already ahead of the game, offering cases for […]

This post Accessory Maker is Already Selling Cases for the Much Rumored 12.9″ iPad Air appeared first on The Mac Observer

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01:00
Become bilingual with help from Babbel Language...

Macworld

Developed by over 100 expert linguists and academics from Yale University and the City University of New York, Babbel focuses on helping users learn practical conversational skills in a new language. Just select from one of Babbel’s 14 languages to begin, and study your new tongue with lessons ranging from 10 to 15 minutes.

Discover how to ask for directions, order food, hail a cab, and more in your chosen new language. You can develop a precise accent with help from...

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Sunday April 21

19:51
Accessory maker now selling cases for rumored 12.9-...

There have been many rumors about the launch of new iPads soon given that it has been over a year since Apple last updated its tablet lineup. As the company is rumored to introduce a larger iPad Air for the first time, accessory makers are already selling cases for the yet-to-be-released 12.9-inch iPad Air.

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12:37
Security Bite: Cybercriminals take advantage of...

At this year’s annual hacking conference, Black Hat Asia, a team of security researchers revealed how cybercriminals are sneakily using stolen credit cards and Apple Store Online’s ‘Someone else will pick it up’ option in a scheme that has stolen over $400,000 in just two years.

9to5Mac Security Bite is exclusively brought to you by Mosyle, the only Apple Unified Platform. Making Apple devices work-ready and enterprise-safe is all we do. Our unique integrated approach to management and security combines state-of-the-art Apple-specific security solutions for fully automated Hardening & Compliance, Next Generation EDR, AI-powered Zero Trust, and exclusive Privilege Management with the most powerful and modern Apple MDM on the market. The result is a totally automated Apple Unified Platform currently trusted by over...

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12:20
Here’s why Roborock’s next-gen S8 Max will change...

If you have kids, pets, or simply want the luxury of immaculately clean floors without having to do the work yourself, then look no farther than Roborock’s next-gen S8 MaxV Ultra – the industry’s most technologically advanced robot mop and vacuum system. It’s no surprise Roborock has recently taken the number one spot for robotic vacuum sales worldwide of any brand. Designed to revolutionize the way you clean your home, it comes fully decked with enhanced suction power, advanced robotic intelligence, and an innovative self-maintenance feature with heated washing and drying and dirt detection. A true tech marvel in the home cleaning space.

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11:54
Apple Halts Production of FineWoven Accessories Amid...

Apple Halts Production of FineWoven Accessories Amid Criticism Over Poor Durability

When Apple launched the iPhone 15 in September last year, they introduced a new material for their accessories: FineWoven. Apple decided not to use leather in their products, so they replaced it with this synthetic material made of “durable micro-twill”.  The issue is that many users have complained about the poor condition of their products […]

This post Apple Halts Production of FineWoven Accessories Amid Criticism Over Poor Durability appeared first on The Mac Observer

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10:31
Apple To Skip M3 Mac mini to Launch M4 Version

Apple To Skip M3 Mac mini to Launch M4 Version

The Mac mini is Apple’s entry-level computer. It’s a compact device, with a wide range of ports, discreet, quiet, and it’s well priced. It’s true that you have to connect it to a display, and it comes without a mouse and keyboard, but in the end it’s an entry-level device. It was among the first […]

This post Apple To Skip M3 Mac mini to Launch M4 Version appeared first on The Mac Observer

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07:38
LeBron James Leaks New Beats Pill Speaker

LeBron James Leaks New Beats Pill Speaker

In 2014, Apple acquired the audio company Beats for 3 billion dollars. It is to date the largest amount of money ever spent by Apple on an acquisition of this kind. Since then, the company has launched several products, the latest being the Beats Studio Pro. Now, LeBron James has been spotted with a Beats […]

This post LeBron James Leaks New Beats Pill Speaker appeared first on The Mac Observer

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07:29
Rumor: Apple ends production of FineWoven cases and...

Apple launched its range of and Apple Watch bands last fall to much fanfare, as an environmentally-friendly alternative to the leather accessories. However, buyers quickly complained the material was prone to attracting dirt, scuffs and other durability issues. FineWoven also simply felt far less premium than the leather lineup it replaced, albeit Apple charging the same prices.

According to Twitter leaker Kosutami, Apple is giving up on the effort and the production lines for FineWoven are being shuttered. The company will probably try again with a different leather alternative option, .

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05:18
Gurman: iOS 18 AI features to be powered by ‘...

As indicated by much of the research material Apple has been publishing in recent months, the company is investing heavily in all sorts of artificial intelligence technologies. Apple will announce its AI strategy in June at WWDC, as part of iOS 18 and its other new OS versions.

In the latest Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman says to expect the new iPhone AI features to be powered entirely by an offline, on-device, large language model developed by Apple. You can expect Apple will tout the privacy and speed benefits of this approach.

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05:13
iPhone 16 Pro Camera: Three Improvements Coming This...

iPhone 16 Pro Camera: Three Improvements Coming This Year

If all goes according to schedule, Apple will launch the new iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro in September. It doesn’t look like these models will be groundbreaking. Rather, it seems that the important thing this year will be the software we’ll see at WWDC on June 10, and the iPhone will simply get a […]

This post iPhone 16 Pro Camera: Three Improvements Coming This Year appeared first on The Mac Observer

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03:00
This nifty color-sensing gadget is the style aid...

Macworld

Whether your profession is in the creative industry or you’re a DIY-er working on a passion project or repainting your walls, you’ve likely needed a reliable method of matching colors. Fortunately, you can get precise color matches for upholstery, paint colors, and more with this color-matching sensor.

The Nix Mini 2 is a fantastic tool for anyone who works with color, allowing users to color match accurately and on the go. It’s now only $59.97 (reg. $99) through April 21. 

This device has a highly calibrated sensor that can...

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02:44
How To Use Delta Emulator and Play Nintendo Games on...

How To Use Delta Emulator and Play Nintendo Games on iOS

Gamers, your time is here: the Delta emulator app is now available for iOS, and with it arrives a wealth of emulation and features. This expansive app hosts an impressive selection of classic video game consoles, providing the ability to play thousands of retro games on your iPhone. Below, I’ll show you everything you need […]

This post How To Use Delta Emulator and Play Nintendo Games on iOS appeared first on The Mac Observer

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01:00
Control D blocks online threats, ads, and more for...

Macworld

When it comes to web security, we’re really all looking for the same thing: a one-stop solution that keeps all of your internet access secure and protected across all of your household-connected devices. And if these tools helped your digital workspace run smoother and more efficiently, that certainly wouldn’t hurt either.

With Control D, you can enjoy a more secure and ad-free browsing experience. A Some Control 5-year plan is now only $34.97 (reg. $120) and protects up to 10 devices in your household.

Control D starts...

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Saturday April 20

11:02
Dolphin explains why its GameCube and Wii emulator...

Apple recently changed its policy to allow game emulators on the App Store. Delta, one of the essential emulation apps, skyrocketed to the top of the App Store overnight. Another popular emulator called Dolphin, however, is still facing a policy road block.

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06:00
9to5Mac Overtime 015: Respect the mute switch

Jeff and Fernando talk about AltStore launching in the EU, the Delta Nintendo Emulator officially arriving in the App Store, iOS 17.5 beta changes and features, the upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Air with mini LED display, iPad Magic Keyboard conjecture, flying with Apple Vision Pro, and NAB 2024. It’s a jam-packed, fun-filled show, don’t miss it!

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04:00
Apple @ Work: If your company isn’t using Nudge, it’...

Apple @ Work is exclusively brought to you by Mosyle, the only Apple Unified Platform. Mosyle is the only solution that integrates in a single professional-grade platform all the solutions necessary to seamlessly and automatically deploy, manage & protect Apple devices at work. Over 45,000 organizations trust Mosyle to make millions of Apple devices work-ready with no effort and at an affordable cost. Request your EXTENDED TRIAL today and understand why Mosyle is everything you need to work with Apple.

Security concerns keep every IT professional up at night. Even for Apple admins, you’re just one zero-day exploit away from a nightmare. Equally concerning is having your fleet out of compliance with their organization’s IT policies for macOS...

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03:54
Apple Vision Pro Used During Surgery to Assist...

Apple Vision Pro Used During Surgery to Assist Doctor in Brazil

Apple announced Vision Pro during WWDC23, and later launched it in the U.S. in February 2024. Furthermore, Tim Cook recently confirmed their arrival in China, and rumors suggest a launch in other countries such as Canada, France or the UK by the end of 2024. Since then, we’ve seen different approaches to the Vision Pro […]

This post Apple Vision Pro Used During Surgery to Assist Doctor in Brazil appeared first on The Mac Observer

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03:00
Streamline your project management needs with...

Macworld

Good project management is an art, and one that can be enhanced with productivity-enhancing tools. For effective project management for managers and team members alike, consider investing in Microsoft Project Professional 2021.

Project is Microsoft’s popular project management software (4.4-star rated by Capterra and GetApp!), offering aid for managers to predict project outcomes, synchronization with other Microsoft platforms, and more. Now, lifetime access to Project Professional 2021 is only $19.97 (reg. $249...

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01:57
M4 MacBook Pro Lineup: Here’s What We Know

M4 MacBook Pro Lineup: Here’s What We Know

Since Apple announced in 2020 its transition to in-house computer chips, the company has already launched three generations. This year we expect to see the fourth: the M4 series. According to some reports, Apple will unveil the first Macs with this new processor by the end of 2024, including new M4 MacBook Pro models. Last […]

This post M4 MacBook Pro Lineup: Here’s What We Know appeared first on The Mac Observer

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01:01
The best iPhone 15 cases [2024 Update #3 – Second...

Our latest roundup of the best iPhone 15 cases is now ready to move into 2024 with all of the newest releases. While the certainly weren’t as popular as Apple would have hoped, there are plenty of notable options from other brands stepping up to offer everything from thin minimalism to luxurious genuine leather and everything in between. We have now updated this roundup with some new brands as well as additional releases that have cropped up over the last month or so. Head below for a closer look at the best iPhone 15 cases for 2024. 

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01:00
The best iPad stands

Macworld

There’s nothing like having the convenience of hands-free use of your iPad. Whether you’re in the kitchen, streaming a film, or working at your desk, a stand becomes an essential tablet accessory.

Of course, those using their iPad for work may also want to pair the iPad with a keyboard—we have tested the best iPad keyboards for you).

An iPad stand will help your posture and viewing comfort, or make typing or using a stylus much easier.

We’ve rounded up some of the best iPad stands out there for every budget–from the lightweight and portable, to the adjustable, to the ones that just look great, and one that will turn your iPad into a desktop workstation.

Some are basic, some are stylish or super-bendy, one comes with an array of handy ports, and one looks like a cuddly toy.

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01:00
This simple backup software for Windows devices can...

Macworld

Data is important and valuable to your life in more ways than you might know. Whether it be old pictures or important work documents that could prove valuable in the future, ensuring your files and other media are safe with a verified solution is reasonably common modern-day practice. To save on one of the best, hop on this deal. 

Through April 21, you can get a lifetime subscription to AOMEI Backupper for less than $25. Designed to be a complete and easy-to-use backup software for Windows PCs, it can...

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00:00
How to find out what devices are logged into your...

Macworld

Want to know every device that’s logged into your iCloud account? It’s a breeze to find out–and may assuage any fears you have that someone has tapped into your accounts. In these uncertain times, the Mac 911 mailbox routinely hears from readers who worry that something is up. You can put at least one fear to rest by checking that iCloud device list. (Most recently, someone wondered if an unknown party was inserting entries into the Reading List.)

Nobody can gain access to any of your iCloud information without physical access to your devices, the ability to log in with your account information at iCloud.com (for limited kinds of data) or iCloud for Windows (even more limited), or by logging in to an Apple device with your Apple ID.

If someone logs in using anything but an Apple device:

  • If your Apple ID has two-factor authentication enabled (most accounts do) they must obtain the verification code...
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Friday April 19

13:55
9to5Mac Daily: April 19, 2024 – The Humane AI Pin...

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

Sponsored by Kolide by 1Password: The device trust solution that ensures that if a device isn’t secure, it can’t access your apps. Close the Zero Trust access gap for Okta. Watch the demo.

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12:45
Apple Vision Pro used to assist doctor during...

Since the launch of Apple Vision Pro, we’ve seen some examples of surgeons using the headset to assist them during procedures. Now an orthopedic doctor in Brazil has used a Vision Pro to successfully operate on a patient with a rotator cuff tear.

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12:36
UPDATE: We're investigating reports of an issue...

Incident began at 2024-04-19 14:12 (times are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)).

Our Engineering team has identified the root cause of the issue and rolled back a recent change.

Our engineers are taking additional repair actions for the rollback to take effect for the impacted customers.

We do not have an ETA for mitigation at this point.

We will provide more information by Friday, 2024-04-19 14:00 US/Pacific.

Affected products: Google Calendar

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12:36
UPDATE: We're investigating reports of an issue...

Incident began at 2024-04-19 14:12 (times are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)).

Our Engineering team has identified the root cause of the issue and rolled back a recent change.

Our engineers are taking additional repair actions for the rollback to take effect for the impacted customers.

We do not have an ETA for mitigation at this point.

We will provide more information by Friday, 2024-04-19 14:00 US/Pacific.

Affected products: Google Chat

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11:44
Provenance emulator coming to the App Store with...

Apple surprised everyone earlier this month with a change to the App Store guidelines that now allows retro game console emulator apps for its platforms, including iOS and tvOS. Following the success of Delta, the developers behind Provenance have now confirmed that they will soon release it on the App Store, bringing PlayStation emulation to iPhone and iPad users.

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11:40
Apple Studio Display vs Samsung ViewFinity S9 [U]

A year and a half after Apple launched its Studio Display, Samsung released a direct competitor with its ViewFinity S9 5K monitor. With many of the same features as Studio Display plus some beyond, it’s an interesting alternative. Follow along for how Studio Display vs Samsung ViewFinity S9 stack up.

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11:29
Tap-To-Pay Coming Soon to Europe: Regulators To...

Tap-To-Pay Coming Soon to Europe: Regulators To Approve Apple’s Plan Next Month

One of the steps Apple took in Europe to avoid further antitrust investigations was to make its NFC chips open to third parties. Apple did this with the release of iOS 17.4. This is something that isn’t available in any other country in the world. Now regulators could approve Apple’s plan and authorize this feature […]

This post Tap-To-Pay Coming Soon to Europe: Regulators To Approve Apple’s Plan Next Month appeared first on The Mac Observer

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11:02
One of macOS 15’s big new features might be a...

Macworld

Following a report that the Notes app will offer new math-based features, AppleInsider reports that the Calculator app will get a major overhaul in macOS 15. Apple is expected to debit macOS 15 at its Worldwide Developers Conference 2024 in June.

The changes to the macOS Calculator include:

  • A redesign that resembles the iOS Calculator app. While the macOS Calculator app has a similar layour and color scheme as the iOS Calculator...
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11:00
HomeKit Weekly: WELOVE releases the first Matter-...

Air purifiers are fantastic products to have in your home to ensure that your air is clean, and having them in HomeKit makes them even better. There are several on the market today, but WELOVE (part of the AiDot family) has just released the first Matter enabled Air Purifier so you can add it to the smart home platform of your choice.

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10:57
UPDATE: We're investigating reports of an issue...

Incident began at 2024-04-19 14:12 (times are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)).

Engineering team potentially identified the root cause and working on mitigation.

We do not have an ETA for mitigation at this point.

Affected products: Gmail

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10:42
Emulator for PlayStation, Wii, SEGA Genesis, and...

Emulator for PlayStation, Wii, SEGA Genesis, and More Coming to the App Store Soon

A few days ago Apple announced a change in the App Store policies to allow developers to submit emulators. Something that used to be unthinkable is now a reality. And the best thing is that many studios and developers are already working on it. That’s the case of Provenance or Delta. The lead developer of […]

This post Emulator for PlayStation, Wii, SEGA Genesis, and More Coming to the App Store Soon appeared first on The Mac Observer

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10:18
Xbox users can now redeem a 3-month free trial of...

For a limited time, Microsoft is partnering with Apple to offer Xbox owners a free 3-month trial of Apple TV+, Apple’s video streaming service. To redeem the offer, simply open the TV app on your Xbox console.

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10:07
EU to approve Apple’s iPhone NFC chip policy changes...

The EU commission is set to approve Apple’s previously-announced policy changes regarding access to the NFC chip on the iPhone, with the view of increasing competition in the contactless payments market. The commission’s decision will be officially announced in the coming weeks, via Reuters.

With these changes, apps will be allowed to become the default wallet app that appears when users double-click the side button or hold their phone near a payment terminal. However, the relaxation of policy only applies to apps available inside the European Union, not worldwide.

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09:47
Huawei’s next smartwatch looks like a blatant Apple...

Huawei this week revealed its super interesting new flagship smartphone, but around the corner still is the new “Watch Fit 3,” which does nothing to hide the fact that it’s a clear clone of the Apple Watch.

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09:31
How to find and delete duplicate files on Mac

Macworld

If your Mac is starting to run slow the first thing to check is if you are running low on space. It’s generally advised that you should have 10% of your total space free on your Mac for the most optimum working. If you are down to your last few gigabytes then it’s time to do some housework and grab yourself some space back. 

Over time, a Mac is likely to accumulate a large collection of duplicate files that take up this valuable space so that’s a good place to start. However, finding and deleting them can be time-consuming if you do it one by one, so in this article, we show you quicker ways to cleanse your system of these delinquent doppelgängers.

Why do I have duplicate files?

In most cases these will be mistaken downloads (caused by clicking on a link twice), Mail and Messages attachments, a convoluted filing system, a bad habit of dragging things to your desktop, or a number of other possibilities....

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09:12
Want the best 16-inch MacBook Pro deal? Get this M2...

Macworld

The 16-inch M3 MacBook Pro may be Apple’s fastest laptop, but other than a new color and a slightly faster chip, there isn’t much to get excited about. So when we see a fantastic deal on the M2 mode, we’re going to let you know: Official Apple reseller Expercom (via Amazon) is selling the 16-inch M2 Pro MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage and 16GB of RAM for $1,999, a savings of $500 and the lowest price we’ve ever seen.

Compared to the M3 Pro model, you’re getting a slightly slower M2 Pro chip with a 12‑core CPU and 19‑core GP with this MacBook Pro—and that’s really it. Otherwise, the machines are identical, with the same...

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08:51
24-inch M3 iMac starts from $1,199, plus Anker...

Friday’s best deals come headlined by Apple’s new 24-inch M3 iMac, which starts from $1,199. It comes joined by the 9to5-favorite Anker MagGo Cube 15W MagSafe Charger at $112 and Satechi’s new USB-C Dual Dock Stand for MacBooks at $120. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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08:28
Cops Can Make You Unlock Your iPhone, but There’s a...

Cops Can Make You Unlock Your iPhone, but There’s a Catch

Can cops force you to unlock your phone? Well, it depends on how you lock it. If you use a password or passcode to lock your device, police can’t make you unlock it. However, if you use biometrics such as Face ID or Touch ID, police can force you to unlock it.  Something similar happened […]

This post Cops Can Make You Unlock Your iPhone, but There’s a Catch appeared first on The Mac Observer

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07:29
Want to do more with AirPods Pro 2? Try these 5...

Apple delivered a solid update to its best wireless earbuds with the launch of . Apple has since turned it up to 11 with five more features added to gen-two AirPods Pro.

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07:18
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The Calculator app is one of the most fundamental ones in macOS. Although there’s still no version for iPad, it seems that Apple continues to focus on improving it in its other operating systems. According to AppleInsider, the company is reportedly readying an overhaul of its macOS app. We should be able to see it […]

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These messaging apps, which allow users to exchange messages and share files individually and in big groups, combined have more than three billion users globally. They can only be accessed in China through virtual private networks that take users outside China's Great Firewall, but are still commonly used. Beijing has often viewed such platforms with caution,...

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06:02
Surprising report claims the iPhone 17 Plus will...

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Since the first iPhone launched with a 3.5-inch screen back in 2007, Apple has followed a path of slow but steady increase, from the 4-inch iPhone 5 in 2012 to the 6.7-inch 15 Pro Max last year. But one reliable analyst has predicted that next year, one iPhone’s screen will get smaller.

Ross Young, an analyst who specializes in the displays supply chain and has an enviable track record, this week released a report (via 9to5Mac) in which he makes the startling claim that the iPhone 17 Plus will...

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05:48
Best wired headphones for iPhone and iPad

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Now that the iPhone’s port is USB-C there is a whole new world of wired headphones available for iPhones.

If you have one of the iPhone 15 generation handsets, or a recently purchased iPad Air, iPad Pro, iPad mini or iPad 10th-genertion then at the base of your device is a UBC-C port, rather than Apple’s Lightning port. This is good news if you are on the hunt for a pair of headphones with a wired connection because you now don’t need an adaptor to use USB-C headphones.

There are a number of benefits to using USB-C headphones. Wired connections (generally) deliver better audio quality because the audio doesn’t need to be compressed as much as with wireless, so near-lossless audio can be possible. However, you should still expect expensive, high-quality wireless headphones to sound better than a pair of cheap USB-C headphones. You can only get true lossless playback with a wired connection. The only issue really...

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Police officers were allowed to force a suspect to use his thumbprint to unlock his phone, according to a federal court ruling.

However, it said the issue was a finely-judged one, and its ruling should not be interpreted to mean that this is lawful in all circumstances …

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05:06
3 Ways To Delete Favorite Songs Playlist on Apple...

3 Ways To Delete Favorite Songs Playlist on Apple Music

Apple Music automatically compiles all your Favorite Songs in a single playlist, which you can’t delete from your library. Most people are indifferent to it. If you regularly use Music, however, you might feel annoyed that the app suggests it so often. Luckily, there are some unofficial yet effective workarounds—here’s what you can do. How […]

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04:48
Best Buy Vision Pro app lets you see TVs, furniture...

A new Best Buy Vision Pro app uses augmented reality to let you see how things like big-screen TVs, furniture, kitchen appliances, and more would look in your home.

Once you find something you like, you can also buy it from within Vision Pro by opening the product page in Safari and completing the purchase there …

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04:48
Remember Tim Cook Staring Down ‘Mother Nature’ at...

Remember Tim Cook Staring Down ‘Mother Nature’ at iPhone 15 Launch? It’s Paying Off

Apple released its 2024 Environmental Progress Report this week. The report shows progress towards its goal of becoming carbon neutral across its entire value chain by 2030. The report comes after a memorable scene during the iPhone 15 launch, during which actress Octavia Spencer portrayed Mother Nature, holding Apple accountable for its environmental impact. Apple’s […]

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04:17
Elizabeth Warren on green texts: Apple is ruining...

Senator Elizabeth Warren has tweeted a somewhat bizarre one-minute video in which she says that green texts are “ruining relationships” and that this is “just one of the dirty tactics that Apple uses to keep a stranglehold on the smartphone market.”

Warren uses the to-camera piece to voice her support for the DOJ’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple, but has chosen a rather peculiar argument to do so …

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03:30
The Humane AI Pin has no future as long as the Apple...

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Negative criticism is fun, as Anton Ego so wisely observed. And I had a lot of fun this week watching Marques Brownlee’s polite demolition of the Humane AI pin, which he described as “the worst product I’ve ever reviewed.” Not just a solution in search of a problem, but a future in search of a present.

Humane’s product, a chunky AI-powered pin that sits on your lapel and operates by voice and gesture rather than possessing any kind of screen, is riddled with problems. Some of these feel like temporary issues that will be ironed out in version 2.0, such as battery life, mild overheating, and slow query response times. Others are more fundamental: will a projector interface coupled with gesture controls ever match...

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03:15
IHG announces that more than 60 U.S. properties will...

If you’re looking for hotels with AirPlay-compatible TVs in the room, IHG is starting to cover the bases on this. IHG Hotels and Resorts announced on Thursday that more than 60 of its properties in North America will allow guests to connect their iPhone or iPad to the in-room TV. This will allow guests to […]

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03:13
Apple Time Machine review

Macworld

At a glance
Pros

  • Reliable, easy to set up, and good at working behind the scenes to create backup archives
  • Easy to migrate Time Machine data over to new Macs as needed
  • Good level of encryption-based security for backup data

Cons

  • Almost exclusively local backups rather than cloud-based backups
  • Limited backup scheduling options
  • Restore interface can be confusing

Our Verdict

Time Machine remains an outstanding solution for local backups on your Mac, but backups require an external drive, no cloud backups here.

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Apple’s Alternative App Store Implementation Sparks...

Apple’s Alternative App Store Implementation Sparks Developer Backlash

The arrival of AltStore, the first officially sanctioned third-party app store in the European Union, has been met with a wave of criticism directed not at AltStore itself, but at Apple’s implementation of the system. Developers are expressing frustration with the user experience, citing excessive complexity and a slew of technical issues. According to a […]

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Fix: AirPods Pro 2 Connected to Samsung TV With No...

Fix: AirPods Pro 2 Connected to Samsung TV With No Sound

Is there no sound coming from your AirPods Pro 2 despite having a stable Bluetooth connection with your Samsung TV? Troubleshooting two devices at once is tedious. If you just want to zone out and watch your shows, follow these solutions—they address the most likely causes behind this issue. How To Fix AirPods Pro 2 […]

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Turn data into diagrams with Microsoft Visio...

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Any professional knows that data is critical. However, what may be more important is breaking down large or complex data sets into a manner that other collaborators or colleagues can understand. Microsoft offers top-rated diagramming tools in Microsoft Visio Professional 2021, and through April 22, lifetime access is only $19.97 (reg. $249).

In addition to the shape and tool library from the standard edition of Visio, the Professional version adds a broader library that can be expanded with online...

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Rumor: Apple to incorporate similar or identical...

Apple’s rumored 12.9-inch iPad Air is rumored to be equipped with a mini-LED display that could be similar or identical to that of the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro, according to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants. Per Young, the move to mini-LED technology for the 12.9-inch model would provide increased brightness for HDR […]

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Best Buy Envision App for Apple Vision Pro Lets You...

Best Buy Envision App for Apple Vision Pro Lets You Shop Using Augmented Reality

Online shopping has been available for nearly half a century, but it saw a major spike during the pandemic across the world. Of course, it’s sometimes tough to rely on e-commerce because you can’t see the products in person, but with augmented reality, things might get a little easier for everyone. Personally, I have relied […]

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Efficiency and clarity in digital communication are essential, no matter what your business. So, it only stands to reason that having the tools to support those efforts could be a game changer. Jott Pro is an AI-powered image extractor, transcriber, and more, and through April 21, a lifetime license is currently on sale for only $34.97 (reg. $199).

This user-friendly tool has many features that can streamline everyday tasks for work, home, or school. Use it to seamlessly ...

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HomePods Could Get a Touch Display According to New Leak

Rumors suggest that Apple is revamping its HomePod speaker with a proper touchscreen LCD display. A leaked image on X from Apple product collector Kosutami shows a component that appears to be the top part of the new HomePod, featuring a large curved glass panel. This leak coincides with previous rumors suggesting Apple has been […]

This post HomePods Could Get a Touch Display According to New Leak appeared first on The Mac Observer

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Apple Forced to Pull WhatsApp and Threads from China App Store

Apple has taken down Meta-owned popular apps, WhatsApp and Threads from its App Store in China, citing government orders, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. Apple explains that it did so to comply with China’s internet regulator, the Cyberspace Administration, due to national security concerns. “We are obligated to follow the laws in the countries where […]

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18:47
Apple pulls WhatsApp and Threads from App Store in...

Apple has removed two Meta apps from the App Store in China, reportedly at the request of the Chinese government. Both WhatsApp and Threads have been made unavailable in the App Store, preventing new installs for the messaging and social apps.

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Apple is rumored to be working on a new HomePod with a touchscreen LCD display on top, and we’ve already seen some images of this unreleased device floating around the web. Now Apple product collector Kosutami is back with a new image showing another part of one of these HomePod prototypes with a display.

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New Adobe Express app with Firefly AI now available...

Adobe on Thursday officially launched its new Adobe Express app with Firefly AI for iOS and Android. This version of the app has been available to beta testers for some time, and can now be downloaded by anyone. Read on as we detail everything that’s new with the Adobe Express update.

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Watching what you want to watch on a hotel TV can be frustrating, especially now that so much of TV is dominated by streaming services. Customers rejoiced when Apple announced the iOS 17 feature at WWDC last summer that hotels would soon support AirPlay in a secure fashion on their hotel TVs, but the feature has taken quite a while to actually roll out.

Starting today, anyone with iOS 17.3 or later can use AirPlay at up to 60 select IHG hotels...

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Last year Astropad launched its impressive Rock Paper Pencil kit for iPad that delivers a reusable/removable matte screen protector plus a ballpoint-style Apple Pencil tip for a real pen-on-paper experience. This year the company delivered Rock Paper Pencil v2 with a NanoCling border, flat profile, improved Apple Pencil tip, and more. Here’s what I think after testing out the improved version.

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Colorado privacy law first to safeguard brain...

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On Wednesday, Colorado expanded the scope of its privacy law initially designed to protect biometric data like fingerprints or face images to become first in the nation to also shield sensitive neural data.

That could stop companies from hoarding brain activity data without residents realizing the risks. The New York Times reported that neural data is increasingly being collected and sold nationwide. And after a...

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10:30
Delta takes flight: Apple-approved Nintendo emulator...

Enlarge / That is in no way what the Z button looks like or where it goes...

Apple's decision earlier this month to open the iOS App Store to generic retro game emulators is already bearing fruit. Delta launched Wednesday as one of the first officially approved iOS apps to emulate Nintendo consoles from the NES through the N64 and the Game Boy through the Nintendo DS (though unofficial options have snuck through in the past).

Delta is an outgrowth of developer Riley Testut's...

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You can finally play checkers on Apple Vision Pro

Game Room is one of the best experiences on Apple Vision Pro, especially with newly introduced spatial Personas. The latest update to the Apple Arcade game introduces one of the most popular classics: checkers.

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Apple Watch fall detection helps rescue cyclist...

Apple Watch is a must-have accessory for every cyclist. That’s become time and again it has proven critical for helping cyclists after a crash. Eric Zollinger from New York is the latest wearer to know firsthand.

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09:40
Upcoming 12.9-Inch iPad Air Might Have Same Screen...

Upcoming 12.9-Inch iPad Air Might Have Same Screen as the Current Larger iPad Pro

The upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Air, scheduled to launch alongside the 2024 iPad Pro in the second week of May, could ditch LCD in favor of a new mini-LED display, according to a new report. The report, shared by analyst Ross Young, who is generally right about these developments, especially in display tech, shared details about the changes […]

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09:22
Own a piece of Apple history for under $200 with...

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While every iPhone release generates tons of excitement, there are only a couple that were truly historic. And now you can own one for a fraction of its original MSRP: Amazon’s Woot is selling Grade A Refurbished iPhone X for as low as $180 in this rare sale.

The iPhone X was released in 2017 alongside the iPhone 8 as a complete re-imagining of the handset. Where all other models had a home button and giant bezels around the screen, the iPhone X...

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09:22
A New App Signals at Apple Vision Pro’s Imminent...

A New App Signals at Apple Vision Pro’s Imminent Launch in China

The release of a 3D shopping app specifically made for the headset by a major retailer suggests that the Apple Vision Pro will soon be available in China. As of right now, the Apple Vision Pro is exclusive to the US, but the rumor mill suggests it will be global before WWDC 2024. China appears […]

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09:12
Report: New 12.9-inch iPad Air to have the same high...

Macworld

We’re expecting Apple to unveil a new set of iPads during the first week of May. A new report on Thursday may provide a peek into what could be in store, and it says a lot about what the company is doing with its iPad lineup.

Analyst Ross Young posted on X (subscription required) that, “The upcoming 12.9″ iPad Air has a MiniLED display,” which is the same display technology used by the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Young states that Apple is using leftover supply from production of that Pro model since it is expected to...

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09:01
How to reset an Apple ID if you forgot the password

Macworld

iPhone and Mac users have to enter Apple ID details so frequently–when buying an app, accessing iCloud email or other services, updating an OS–that you wouldn’t think we’d forget our passwords. But we do.

Perhaps you got confused when Apple made you change to a new password; perhaps you picked one that was just too complicated to remember. (Here’s how to choose a strong password.) Whatever the reason, forgetting the password to your Apple ID account can be a serious pain, so we’re going to explain how to reset it.

Before we get started, let’s quickly cover two slightly different scenarios. First, your password might not be working because it’s been locked by Apple for security reasons; perhaps an attempt has been made to hack it. Should this happen to you, try this tutorial:...

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09:00
How to turn off iPhone WiFi auto-join for public and...

Have you noticed your iPhone jump onto a WiFi network when you’re away from home without asking first? Or maybe you want to check what networks your iPhone is auto-joining? Follow along for how to turn off iPhone WiFi auto-join for public and carrier networks.

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08:58
Meta working on travel mode for using Quest headsets...

Today I learned two things. First, apparently Meta Quest headsets don’t work on planes? I guess Apple knew to prioritize that feature for Vision Pro. And second, support is reportedly on the way. Add this to the list of ways competition from Vision Pro is making a better product.

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08:48
Thursday’s best deals have 12.9-inch iPad Pro from $...

A spring refresh may be around the corner, but in the meantime, you can save on Apple’s latest 12.9-inch iPad Pros from $1,029. It comes joined by a chance to save $265 on a stainless steel Apple Watch Series 9 and the first discount on Anker’s new . Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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08:16
AirPlay Now Available in 60+ IHG Hotels in North...

If you stay in one of the 60+ appropriately equipped hotels on your next trip, you may be able to use AirPlay from your iPhone or iPad to share content with the big-screen TV in your room.

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08:16
Best password managers for Mac and iPhone

Macworld

You probably have a lot of online accounts, and in order to remember your login details you are quite likely to reuse those same few passwords over and over again. Perhaps you even have a document with them all in. It’s perfectly understandable, but definitely not safe.

We know that it’s important to use an original password for each account and update them on a regular basis, but it can be a Herculean task trying to retain that information in our heads. This is made even more challenging with different sites requiring specific mixtures of characters: this one demands at least two symbols and no capitals, while that one requires a mixture of cases and a minimum length. And then you have to change yet another password and feel like crying!

That’s where password manager apps come in. They allow users to create one master password, after which the app takes care of logging into all other accounts. They even make...

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08:14
Apple Cut a Deal to Scrap Usable iPhones That Later...

Apple Cut a Deal to Scrap Usable iPhones That Later Found New Homes in Asia

Whenever you’re on the hunt for a new iPhone (while owning one), you have many offers, including an option to trade in your current phone for a discount while purchasing another. Have you ever wondered what happens to these iPhones? The thing is, many of these devices function perfectly well and could remain usable for […]

This post Apple Cut a Deal to Scrap Usable iPhones That Later Found New Homes in Asia appeared first on The Mac Observer

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08:09
Review: Razer launches new Kishi Ultra USB-C...

Razer has now unlocked the god-tier of mobile gaming. The company today is launching its latest smartphone controller grip for iPhone 15 and Android handsets. On top of just fully embracing USB-C, the new Razer Kishi Ultra steps up to deliver a more premium experience actually geared towards gamers with support for even larger devices like iPad mini 6. But that’s really just the tip of the iceberg for why this is .

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