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Wednesday January 16

05:02
Deezer's new app serves up 30,000 radio...

Deezer has unveiled a new app that will give users access to 30,000 radio stations around the world. "Radio by Deezer," only available on Android in the UK for now, offers up music, live sports, news and talk, including stations like BBC Radio, Class...

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05:00
What you get when you export Calendar and Reminders...

The Calendar and Reminders apps in macOS let you create backups through an export option. In Calendar, you can select File > Export > Export or Export > Calendar Archive. Reminders lets you select File > Export. The exported files can used for recovery or imported into other apps and systems.

What’s the difference between these options, and why select one over another? All the options produce some variation on an ICS file, a standard calendar format supported by Apple, Google, and Microsoft, among others.

  • The export in Reminders produces a single ICS file that contains all to-do items you’ve ever set and never deleted when complete, as well as all active items.
  • Select a particular calendar in the Calendar’s left sidebar and then choose File > Export > Export and an ICS file containing all that calendar’s associated events will be exported...
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05:00
Rogue Amoeba filled all my Mac audio needs

I daily use a Mac as my main computer, although I also use a Windows computer occasionally. With time, I have grown to appreciate the ease and simplicity of the Mac, which is known to excel at media production. I rarely edit a video, but I have need to record and edit audio almost daily.

Still, I found that the Mac seemed to be lacking something regarding audio. I enjoy recording gameplay but QuickTime will not let me record the audio of the computer. I can input a mic for talkover, but I cannot record game sounds with QuickTime. However, two apps from Rogue Amoeba solved all my audio needs on the Mac. 

Loopback

Loopback let’s you route audio between apps. When you first open the tool, you create a virtual audio device. Since I wanted to record gameplay with the game audio and microphone input, I created a virtual audio device named “World of Warcraft.” I then routed the game play audio and...

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04:34
Apple’s Services Future. It’s Going to Be Different.

Apple’s growing services business, and its increasing openness to having its software on other people’s hardware, is one of the most fascinating stories in tech at the moment. Tech blogger turned venture capitalist M.G. Siegler has written an excellent summary of the situation on Medium. As he says, the future for the company “is going to be… different.”

Incidentally, it was a pod that really started to change the equation. The iPod. In order to reach a wider audience with that device, Apple had to do something that was seemingly against Steve Jobs’ DNA: make software for Windows. (Ice water! In Hell!) And the slope ultimately proved slippery, albeit in a slow way. Eventually, we got (and then lost) Safari for Windows. And in the more recent era, Apple Music for Android. And Alexa.


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04:31
Sony is replacing its awful camera photo transfer app

Many photographers use a DSLR or mirrorless camera to win on Instagram, but let's face it, camera-to-smartphone transfer apps are generally lousy. Sony has acknowledged as much with the release of Imaging Edge, a new transfer app that replaces the Pl...

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04:14
Qualcomm antitrust case: the iPhone wouldn’t exist...

After six days, the US Federal Trade Commission rested its antitrust case against Qualcomm, and the chipmaker has opened its defence.

It began by claiming that the iPhone wouldn’t exist without its technology …

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04:00
Apple patent filing is for ‘intermittent out of...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 10,182,337) for “intermittent out of service recovery on an accessory device.” The goal is to reduce the amount of power used by items such as the iPhone and improve battery life.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that wireless communication technology has evolved from voice-only communications to also include the transmission of data, such as Internet and multimedia content, all of which uses more power. Since mobile devices have smaller batteries than larger portable devices, Apple says “it would be desirable to reduce the power requirements of communication devices.”

Here’s Apple’s summary of the invention: “According to some embodiments, the accessory device may receive cellular communication system selection information from a paired device. The accessory device may store the communication system selection information. 

“At some point, it may be determined that the accessory device has lost cellular communication...

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03:45
The Morning After: Netflix raises prices and fights...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Good luck choosing your preferred source for a Fyre Festival documentary, as Hulu and Netflix are battling for the crown this week. At the same time, we're learning that Netflix's prices will go up again, and, i...

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03:15
Apple releases Smart Battery Cases for iPhone XS, XS...

Because Smart Battery Cases are useful.

Apple on Tuesday released new Smart Battery Cases designed for its 2018 iPhone lineup, including the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.

The units are available in black or white, priced at $129 each, and are designed to add extra battery life to the device. The cases are similar in design to the past battery case option Apple offered for the iPhone 7, with a bump at the back to house a battery pack.

The cases provide a different amount of additional battery life depending on the device. In the case of the iPhone XS Battery Case, when paired with the iPhone XS, offers up to 33 hours of talk time, up to 21 hours of internet use, and up to 25 hours of video playback.

The iPhone XS Max with the XS Max Smart Battery Case offers up to 37 hours of talk time, up to 20 hours of internet use, and up to 25 hours of video playback.

The iPhone XR with the XR Battery Case offers up to 39 hours of talk time, up to 22 hours...

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03:10
Tesla releases a plug-in EV charger you can take...

Tesla has released its first non-hardwired Wall Connector with a NEMA 14-50 plug for EV charging. Boasting 40 amps (9.6kW) of power, Tesla says the home charging device can juice up Model S, Model X and Model 3 cars 25 percent faster than the company...

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03:00
Netflix announces largest-ever price hike for...

You’ll soon be paying a bit more for your Netflix streaming package.

Netflix announced its biggest ever price increase since it launched its streaming service 12-years-ago. Its most popular streaming plan will now cost $13, the company said Tuesday.

The prices will increase between 13 percent and 18 percent, with its most popular plan jumping to $13 per month from $11 per month. Its basic plan will become $9 per month instead of $8, and its ultra-HD premium plan will rise from $14 per month to $16 per month.

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The company has raised prices 4 times previously but this is the largest rise since it launched its streaming service 12 years ago. The most recent price increase was in October 2017. It said it was making the move to in order to continue investing in high-quality content.

Netflix offered the following comment regarding the price hike:

“We change pricing from time to time as we continue investing in great...

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03:00
JBL Everest 710GA headphones review: Superb sound...

JBL's latest wireless headphones can broadcast your music to other Bluetooth headphones, letting you share the fun with friends. And many will find it handy to have Google Assistant available at a touch.

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03:00
How the iPad might influence the future of the Mac...

Much has been written—a lot of it by me, admittedly—about how Apple’s commitment to let iOS developers bring their apps to macOS in 2019 has the potential to dramatically change the Mac. But adding iOS apps to the Mac might not be where Apple stops. What if the company uses macOS 10.15 (or, dare I suggest, macOS 13?) to further unify the interfaces of its platforms?

For all the discussion about whether iOS apps running on a Mac can possibly live up to the platform’s interface standards, it’s entirely possible that this year, Apple will choose to redefine what it is to be Mac-like in a way that turns iOS and macOS into a continuum of interface decisions that are all, for a lake of a better phrase, “Apple-like.” Longtime Mac users might chafe, but iOS users might welcome it. As someone who is both, I am not sure where I fall, but it’s worth...

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03:00
Stop apps from asking for reviews in iOS 12

If you dislike the pop-up windows from apps constantly asking you to leave a review in iOS 12, you put an end to it. Here’s how:

  • Go to the Settings app.

  • Tap on iTunes, then App Store.

  • Turn the In-App Ratings & Review option off.

(This how-to is based on my experiences and info on Apple's support pages — where the images sometimes come from.)



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02:10
Oppo teases smartphone cameras with 10x hybrid zoom

Even though Oppo showed off a 5x "lossless" zoom dual camera back at MWC 2017, the system never showed up on any of the phones afterwards. But don't worry, the company hasn't given up on this precious tech. In fact, earlier today, Oppo teased a new a...

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00:02
Verizon unlimited subscribers get permanent Apple...

Last year, Verizon (which owns Engadget's parent company) offered unlimited subscribers six months of free access to Apple Music. Now the carrier is expanding that partnership and officially bundling Beyond Unlimited and Above Unlimited subscriptions...

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00:00
Forgot your Apple ID email? Here’s how to look it up

Have an Apple ID that you haven’t used in a long time and need to access it? If you forgot your Apple ID email, read on below for how to look it up.

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Tuesday January 15

22:09
Former Apple exec Scott Forstall discusses...




In a rare interview published last week, Apple's former head of iOS development Scott Forstall discusses a wide range of topics that offer a peek behind the scenes at the company during the genesis of iPod, iPhone, iPad and other landmark devices.

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22:07
Japan's robot hotel 'fires' over half...

Japan's robot hotel, the Hen-na ("Strange") Hotel, was supposed to represent the future of lodging with automatons taking care of things that previously required 'inefficient' humans. That strategy is coming apart at the seams, however. Hen-na has 'f...

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20:33
China grows the first plants on the Moon

The greenery you see in the soil above might not look like much, but it represents a big step in space exploration. Cotton seeds brought to the Moon aboard China's Chang'e-4 mission have sprouted, marking the first time plants have grown on the lunar...

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19:54
Tim Cook highlights story of Apple Watch owner whose...




Apple CEO Tim Cook shared a tweet on Tuesday highlighting yet another Apple Watch Series 4 success story, with the device reportedly detecting atrial fibrillation in its wearer -- and potentially saving a life -- thanks to new ECG functionality.

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19:53
Apple’s first film collaboration with A24 is ‘On the...

Back in November, it was reported that Apple was working with film studio A24 to produce original movies. Now, Variety reports that the first initiative to come of that partnership is a feature film starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones.

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The post Apple’s first film collaboration with A24 is ‘On the Rocks,’ reuniting Bill Murray & Sofia Coppola appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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19:33
YouTube bans dangerous challenges like the '...

YouTube already frowns on challenges and pranks that put people at risk, but it's making that policy more explicit in light of the recent rise of Bird Box-inspired dares. The service has updated its guidelines to directly ban all challenges and pran...

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19:05
Tim Cook shares story of user who discovered A-fib...

On Twitter today, Tim Cook has shared the story of another Apple user whose Apple Watch warned them of major health problems. Elissa Lombardo said her husband’s Apple Watch alerted him he could have A-fib, prompting him to seek medical attention.

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18:36
Watch Scott Forstall talk working with Steve Jobs,...

Since departing Apple in 2012, Scott Forstall has shifted his focus primarily to Broadway production. Every so often, however, Forstall takes time in an interview to reference his days as an Apple software VP. In the latest instance of this, Forstall talks Steve Jobs, Apple TV, and more.

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The post Watch Scott Forstall talk working with Steve Jobs, the creation of Apple TV, and more [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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18:31
'The Sims' Alexa Skill is a game companion...

Electronic Arts and Amazon are doing their version of the old "You got your peanut butter in my chocolate!" and "You got your chocolate in my peanut butter!" bit. The companies announced today that a companion skill for dedicated fans of The Sims wil...

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17:25
Apple releases official battery cases for iPhone XS...

Today, Apple quietly began taking orders for battery-equipped cases for all three 2018 iPhone models—iPhone XS,...

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17:25
Apple Maps Gooses DuckDuckGo In Search Privacy...

Search engine DuckDuckGo now displays location information from Apple Maps in its search results. "DuckDuckGo now uses Apple Maps both for small maps in location-related search results and for larger, interactive search results that appear in a separate maps tab," reports CNET. "That replaces a combination including MapBox, OpenStreetMap and homegrown technology." From the report: The top reason DuckDuckGo argues you should try it is that it doesn't keep any personal information on you and what you searched for, unlike search leader Google. That dovetails nicely with Apple's sustained push to improve online privacy. But maintaining your privacy can be tough when you're looking for location-related information. DuckDuckGo says it's struck a balance, though. It doesn't send personally identifiable information such as your computer's Internet Protocol network address, to Apple or other third parties, DuckDuckGo said. "For local searches, where your approximate location information is...

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16:59
How to use your iPad as a secondary Mac display

Apple frames the iPad Pro as a real computer that can do real computer tasks. In reality, however, this is only the case for a small number of users. On the other hand, if you enjoy using an iPad and want to use it as a secondary display with your Mac, there are a few options.

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16:50
Snap loses two key executives after less than a year...

Snap is facing a pair of notable executive departures. Cheddar reports today that Snap has lost both its Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Investor Relations after less than a year.

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The post Snap loses two key executives after less than a year, including its CFO appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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16:29
SEC brings charges in connection with hack of its...

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that it is bringing charges against a Ukranian hacker for breaking into the agency's corporate filing system to access nonpublic information. The SEC is also charging a number of in...

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15:56
Verizon to bundle Apple Music with top-tier...




Verizon on Tuesday announced a new promotion that will bundle Apple Music subscriptions to customers of its two most expensive monthly plans, expanding on an existing partnership with Apple that provided six free months of the streaming service to select users.

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15:40
Best Fitbit: We help you choose the right one for...

As one of the biggest names in fitness trackers, Fitbit is an easy pick for recording your daily steps or sleep patterns. Selecting the best Fitbit model for your needs, however, isn’t quite as simple.

The different Fitbit trackers have a lot of overlap in features, and so it’s not straightforward which one is the “best.” Moving up the scale in price doesn’t necessarily mean you get all the features of the cheaper trackers plus additional ones. (This quirk is particularly relevant if you need water resistance.)

That’s where we come in. We’ve boiled down the options into three simple picks that should match most people’s activity levels and styles.

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15:40
Best Fitbit: We help you choose the right one for...

As one of the biggest names in fitness trackers, Fitbit is an easy pick for recording your daily steps or sleep patterns. Selecting the best Fitbit model for your needs, however, isn’t quite as simple.

The different Fitbit trackers have a lot of overlap in features, and so it’s not straightforward which one is the “best.” Moving up the scale in price doesn’t necessarily mean you get all the features of the cheaper trackers plus additional ones. (This quirk is particularly relevant if you need water resistance.)

That’s where we come in. We’ve boiled down the options into three simple picks that should match most people’s activity levels and styles.

To read this article in full, please click here

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15:01
Audi adds Q7 SUV to its Silvercar on-demand rental...

Audi is hoping to attract families and groups of travelers to its Silvercar service, through which you can reserve and unlock cars with your phone, by adding its Q7 to the fleet. You can now reserve the SUV in Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Mi...

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14:29
Apple Daily Report: Verizon adding Apple Music to...

Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, at the end of each week day, we’ll offer this wrap-up of news items you should check out. 

According to 9to5Mac, Verizon is adding Apple Music to two of its “unlimited” cell phone plans, effectively offering the $9.99 subscription for no additional cost.

Developers, take note: FoundationDB, a free and open-source multi-model NoSQL database developed by Apple, has announced the open source release of the FoundationDB Record Layer. Databases managed by the Record Layer support records with fields and types, an evolving schema, complex primary and secondary indexes, and declarative query execution.

The...

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13:58
First Apple/A24 film to re-team Bill Murray, Sophia...

In November it was announced that Apple is enlisting Oscar-winning indie studio A24 to produce a slate of films for its growing entertainment division in a “multiyear agreement” that involves multiple films. According to Variety,, the first film will be On the Rocks, which will re-team director Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray, who worked together on 2003’s Lost in Translation.

Coppola will direct the new film from a script she wrote. On the Rocks  film follows a young mother who reconnects with her larger-than-life playboy father on an adventure through New York, according to Variety.

As of 2018, A24, which was founded in 2012, has received a 24 Academy Award nominations. In 2016, films distributed by A24 won Academy Awards for Best Actress (Brie Larson in Room), Best...

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13:58
Twitter adds chronological timeline button to its...

You no longer need an iOS device to easily see your Twitter feed the right way. Twitter is rolling out its chronological timeline button on Android, giving you a quick way to switch between the latest tweets and the social network's algorithm-sorted...

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13:55
Apple now selling $129 battery cases for the iPhone...

Rumors suggested late last year that Apple was working on a battery case for the iPhone XS and XR, but the products sort of fell off the radar after weeks went by without no information. All of a sudden, though, Apple is selling battery cases for all three of the iPhones on its website.

The cases come in either black or white and cost $129, and remarkably, that price applies regardless of whether you get one for the iPhone XSRemove non-product link, iPhone XS MaxRemove non-product link, or iPhone XRRemove non-product link. They’re made of the same grippy silicone I love from Apple’s regular cases, and taking a cue from its previous battery cases, Apple...

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13:46
Apple launches Smart Battery Cases for 2018 iPhones

Apple has rolled out three Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone Xr, Xs, Xs Max. All are available in black or white and cost $129.

According to Apple, the XR case offers 22 hours of Internet user, 27 hours of video, or 33 hours of phone call time. The iPhone XS case adds up to 21 hours of Internet use, 25 hours of video, or 33 hours of talk time. The XS Max model purportedly gives you 20 hours of internet, 25 hours of video, and 37 hours of phone talk.

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13:38
Apple iPod Touch 7th Gen To Release Soon According...

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13:32
Millions of customers will now pay more for Netflix—...

It will likely eventually affect customers in other countries as well. We are a Netflix family but, at what point will these increases stop us from paying for the service?

∞ Read this on The Loop

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13:30
Apple launches Smart Battery Cases for iPhone XS, XS...




Apple on Tuesday launched three new Smart Battery Cases to match its latest iPhone lineup, significantly extending the longevity of its handsets.

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13:28
Apple has its own smart battery cases for iPhone XS...

Yes, the rumors and leaks were true -- Apple has a new battery case after a lengthy absence, and it appears to have learned a few lessons in the process. The Smart Battery Case for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR extends your handset's battery to as much a...

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13:27
LG sale slashes OLED TV prices by up to $1,000

It's that special time of year for TV makers -- that is, the desperate scramble to sell TVs to Super Bowl viewers looking for an upgrade. And LG is determined to capitalize on that football fandom. The company has launched a sale that cuts the prices...

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13:21
Apple Replaced 11 Million iPhone Batteries in Its $...

Apple's $29 battery replacement program may have seriously dinged sales of its 2018 iPhone models. From a report: The company replaced 11 million iPhone batteries under the program, John Gruber of tech-focused blog DaringFireball reported Monday, citing Apple CEO Tim Cook at an all-hands meeting. Typically, the company replaces 1 million to 2 million batteries each year, DaringFireball noted. Cook cited the program's negative impact on Apple's revenue in a Jan. 2 sales warning to investors but didn't offer specific numbers.


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13:12
Apple officially releases Smart Battery cases for...

Apple today has officially released Smart Battery cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. This comes after 9to5Mac discovered various pieces of evidence within iOS hinting at the existence of such cases.

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The post Apple officially releases Smart Battery cases for iPhone XS/Max/XR with Qi charging support appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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13:02
Nomad debuts new natural leather Apple Watch bands...




Accessory maker Nomad has taken the wraps off its latest accessories -- a modern leather Apple Watch band and an AirPods case both in a new natural leather finish.

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13:00
Admin console

 January 15, 2019 1:00:00 PM PST

The problem with Admin console should be resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support. Please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better.


Users were receiving Error #1000 when going to Device Management or Reports.

 January 15, 2019 12:36:00 PM PST

We're investigating reports of an issue with Admin console. We will provide more information shortly. The affected users are able to access Admin console, but are seeing error messages, high latency, and/or other unexpected behavior.

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13:00
Join us on Wednesday, January 16, at 10 a.m. Pacific

Apple replaced a lot of iPhone batteries last year. Should Apple switch to AMD processors? We also respond to your comments and questions for Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, Roman Loyola, and Dan Masaoka in the Macworld Podcast, episode 636.

Take our poll

Last year, did you you replaced your iPhone battery instead of buying a new iPhone? Let us know in our Twitter poll and we will discuss the results on the show.

To read this article in full, please click here...

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12:59
First Apple & A24 collaboration is Sofia Coppola...




The first collaboration between Apple and film studio A24 will be "On the Rocks," directed by Sofia Coppola with stars Bill Murray and Rashida Jones.

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12:32
How to make new T2-secured Macs boot from external...




Apple's security processor gets in the way when you're trying to use external drives to boot from. Fix this now because if you wait until you need to restart from one, you'll have problems.

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12:08
Apple’s original TV shows and series: Apple's...

Apple is said to be spending as much as $1 billion over the course of 2018 on original TV programming. That’s a lot of TV! It’s not the $8 billion Netflix is going to spend, but it’s still a huge commitment.

What can you get for a billion dollars? Well, some simple math gives us 200 episodes at $5 million a piece (a reasonable per-episode price for high-end TV). But we’re not likely to actually see 10-20 shows with 10-20 episodes each, all costing around that much. For starters, that billion dollars has to cover a lot more than per-episode production costs.

To read this article in...

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12:06
Another render of a potential 2019 iPhone design...




A new set of "iPhone XI" renders emerged on Tuesday, claimed to depict one of the rear camera designs Apple is considering.

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11:45
How to Understand Apple Watch Heart Rate Data

Beth Skwarecki wrote a helpful article explaining how to understand Apple Watch heart rate data and what all the numbers mean.

Some major caveats on everything we’re about to say: first, everybody is different, so if your numbers are higher or lower than you’d expect, there isn’t necessarily anything wrong with you. There’s a wide range of normal.


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11:45
Renders show another supposed iPhone 11 prototype...

Onleaks kicked off iPhone 11 rumor frenzy about a week ago showing renders of a square camera bump that featured three cameras in awkward alignment. Today, he has partnered with CompareRaja to show what he believes is an alternative iPhone 11 prototype currently circulating manufacturing plants.

The phone depicted here is much easier on the eyes, with a slimmer camera bump and smaller notch on the front screen. The contrast in appearance between each of the purported protoypes is significant but Onleaks says both prototypes are legitimate …

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11:43
TweetDeck for Mac updated with support for Dark Mode...

While the official Twitter app for Mac is gone, the company is still actively developing its TweetDeck client for the platform and the Mac app is getting an update today with a handful of new features and bug fixes. Headlining the release is support for macOS Mojave’s Dark Mode, meaning the app will now match the rest of the operating system when in Dark Mode.

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11:37
Voipo Database Exposed SMS Messages

Voipo CEO Timothy Dick said the company found no evidence in logs or on its network that a data breach happened.


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11:26
Capture Stunningly Smooth 360° 4K Footage with...

Check out today’s deal for the Insta360 ONE 4K Action Camera, a 360 degree camera for your iPhone or iPad. It plugs into your Lightning port, though it can also be controlled via Bluetooth for Android, if that’s your thing. It boosts a 24 megapixel camera, and it supports video up to 4K. The promo video below has a good look at the device, and our deal listing has all the specs and details. It’s $239.99 through us.


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11:06
Nike Launches Line of Self-Adjusting Basketball Shoes

Nike launched a line of self-adjusting basketball shoes that you can control with your iPhone. They’re based on the company’s FitAdapt technology.

When a player steps into the Nike Adapt BB, a custom motor and gear train senses the tension needed by the foot and adjusts accordingly to keep the foot snug. The tensile strength of the underfoot lacing is able to pull 32 pounds of force (roughly equal to that of a standard parachute cord) to secure the foot throughout a range of movement.

These basketball shoes look slick.


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11:05
Nomad releases new Apple Watch, AirPods leather...

Nomad. has released new leather accessories featuring natural color leather. One is a a leather strap for the smaller 38/40mm Apple Watch; the other is a new leather AirPods case.  

These accessories are crafted from the same Horween Leather that Nomad has become known for, but are offered in a lighter color than before. The straps are available with either silver or gold hardware and sport a new slimmed down cut.

The Apple Watch band is $59.95; the AirPods case is $30. All are available now.



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10:58
DuckDuckGo integrates Apple’s MapKit JS for map,...

The folks behind DuckDuckGo have announced that map and address-related searches on the Internet search engine that doesn’t track you for mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple's MapKit JS framework for both the desktop and mobile versions.

MapKit JS is a JavaScript library that lets you add interactive maps to webpages — complete with annotations, overlays, and interfaces to Apple Maps services such as search and directions — to enable rich interactions. It offers a free daily limit of 250,000 map views and 25,000 service calls.

As one of the first global companies using Apple MapKit JS, the DuckDuckGo-ers says they can now offer users improved address searches, additional visual features, enhanced satellite imagery, and continually updated maps already in use on billions of Apple devices worldwide.

With this updated integration...

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10:56
Digital Anxiety, End-Of-Life Planning – TMO Daily...

Host Kelly Guimont chats with John Martellaro and Andrew Orr about young people having digitally induced anxiety and end-of-life planning.


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10:51
Apple's COO delivers blistering testimony on...




Court testimony from Apple's Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams has laid out that Qualcomm has repeatedly flexed its monopoly control over the cellular industry in its dealings with Apple, demanding that Apple not only pay to license its patents, but also cross-license all of its own intellectual property above and beyond requiring a 5 percent cut of the total cost of Apple's products plus exclusivity in sourcing all of Apple's mobile chips.

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10:42
DuckDuckGo to Use Apple Maps for Private Search

Private search provider DuckDuckGo announced it will use Apple Maps to power location-based searches.


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10:30
CES 2019: ShowStoppers Demos Smart Ovens, Big...

One company lights the world, another proposes to cook for you, and Apple teases Google over privacy while an open-source voice assistant ups the privacy ante.

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10:27
U.S. Court of Appeals denies Apple’s $440 million...

A U.S. appeals court has today ruled against Apple’s $440 million appeal in its ongoing court battle with patent troll company VirnetX.

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10:20
DuckDuckGo switches to Apple Maps

It didn’t make a big splash, but Apple unveiled a new mapping tool last year at WWDC. MapKit JS is a JavaScript library that anyone can use to put Apple Maps on the web. It’s currently still in beta, but can be used by any registered Apple developer (with a daily limit on how many map views can be called).

Today, privacy-minded search engine DuckDuckGo announced that it will use the new MapKit JS tool for all its location-based search results. Previously, the site used OpenStreetMap for its results, with a drop-down box kicking you off to Bing, Google, or Here maps if you asked for directions.

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09:50
Hands-on: Echo Dot wall mounts are ideal for...

Clean cable management with smart speakers can be challenging, especially with small speakers that you might place in space-constrained areas. The new Echo Dot makes this harder than the first two generations due to the power supply switching to an all-in-one brick and cable solution from the old Micro USB cable and run-of-the-mill USB brick combination. The solution? Mounting the Echo Dot.

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09:49
PowerColor, VisionTek roll out new Thunderbolt 3...




Two new Mac-compatible and upgradable eGPU enclosures have been announced, the PowerColor Mini Pro Thunderbolt 3 eGFX Box 240FU, and the VisionTek Thunderbolt 3 Mini eGFX.

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09:44
DuckDuckGo adds Apple Maps integration for local...




Users of the privacy-focused DuckDuckGo will be seeing local search results with Apple Maps integration, the search engine has confirmed, with the integration of MapKit JS being used both for location-based searches as well as the Maps tab.

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09:30
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9to5Toys now has a new app! Download it to stay up to date on the best gear and deals on the web. Plus don’t forget to check us out on Apple News and sign up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications.

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09:21
DuckDuckGo switches to privacy-focused Apple Maps to...

DuckDuckGo, the popular search engine alternative to Google has announced today that its address and map searches on mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple’s MapKit JS framework. DuckDuckGo is one of the first companies to rely on MapKit for its data and touts the privacy that the move brings to its users.

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09:08
Best high-resolution digital audio player: Which DAP...

We review hi-res audio players from Astell&Kern, Pioneer, Questyle, and more. Find out which shine above the others.

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08:58
What Haptic Touch on the iPhone XR can do, and how...




When Apple released the iPhone XR, it didn't include 3D Touch as a feature due to the technical challenges of implementing an edge-to-edge display, but did introduce an alternative: Haptic Touch. AppleInsider explains how the haptic-based version fares compared against the well-known and well-loved feature it replaces.

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08:58
Apple World Today adds audible articles for vision-...

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Thanks to a reader with vision issues who asked for our site to be more accessible, we are happy to announce the addition of a new tool to the Apple World Today website. This tool, WebsiteVoice, reads any article or article excerpt with a click or tap on the speaker icon that is visible on the left side of each story. WebsiteVoice works with both macOS and iOS browsers, so all of our friends who would like to listen to articles rather than read them can listen on many Apple devices.

WebsiteVoice consists of a small script that’s installed on our site, and when the speaker icon is clicked or tapped, the article is quickly transferred to WebsiteVoice’s servers and converted to voice.

Please let us know if you like this tool regardless of whether your vision is perfect or far from it, and let any friends who may suffer from impaired vision know about Apple World Today.

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08:46
Netflix pushes up Standard & Premium prices in...




Netflix on Tuesday announced higher prices for its Standard and Premium tiers, potentially putting the loyalty of its viewers to the test.

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08:39
New battery-free Bluetooth sticker chip recharges...

A new breakthrough in Bluetooth chip technology has shed the battery that typically comes with the small hardware component. Wiliot is seeing success with its paper-thin Bluetooth sticker chip that could land in devices later this year. The chip is able to be battery-free by harnessing the ambient radio waves to power it and has a lot of potential use cases.

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08:34
Apple markdowns: Up to $270 off MacBook Airs; 2018...




Mid-January Apple specials are in effect now with instant and coupon savings of up to $250 off. Save on 2018 MacBook Airs, 11-inch iPad Pros, 2018 MacBook Pros and more, with prices starting at just $769.

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08:24
Amazon's Fire TV Stick gets a much better remote

The Amazon Fire TV Stick gets volume and power controls on its remote.

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08:24
Amazon's Fire TV Stick gets a much better remote

The Amazon Fire TV Stick gets volume and power controls on its remote.

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08:22
Millions of customers will now pay more for Netflix—...

Enlarge / Netflix company headquarters in Los Gatos, California. (credit: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Another round of Netflix price hikes is upon us. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Netflix will increase the prices of all of its subscription plans, effective immediately, for all new customers. Existing customers will see their rates increase over the next three months.

Netflix's most popular plan, which lets users stream HD content on two screens simultaneously, will now cost $13 per month. That's an 18-percent increase from its previous $11 monthly price. Netflix's premium plan, which includes HD and UHD streaming on up to four...

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08:22
Millions of customers will now pay more for Netflix—...

Enlarge / Netflix company headquarters in Los Gatos, California. (credit: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Another round of Netflix price hikes is upon us. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Netflix will increase the prices of all of its subscription plans, effective immediately, for all new customers. Existing customers will see their rates increase over the next three months.

Netflix's most popular plan, which lets users stream HD content on two screens simultaneously, will now cost $13 per month. That's an 18-percent increase from its previous $11 monthly price. Netflix's premium plan, which includes HD and UHD streaming on up to four...

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08:21
Apple hardware SVP Johny Srouji under consideration...




Intel's ongoing search for a new chief executive has taken six months so far and has yet to find the right person for the role, but it is now claimed someone from Apple's ranks is being considered for the position, with hardware lead Johny Srouji claimed to be on the list of potential candidates.

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08:11
Patent trollin’: court upholds $440 million VirnetX...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a judgment worth $440 million that was won by intellectual property licensing firm VirnetX (considered by many, including me, to be a patent troll), against Apple in a patent infringement case, reports Reuters.

The appeals court denied Apple’s appeal of a 2016 jury verdict originally valued at $302 million that grew to $440 million with interest, enhanced damages, and other costs. The same patent claims have been ruled invalid by an administrative court, but VirnetX is in the process of appealing those determinations.

A patent troll is an individual or an organization that purchases and holds patents for unscrupulous purposes such as stifling competition or launching patent infringement suits. In legal terms, a patent troll is a type...

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08:02
Apple exec Johny Srouji reportedly on the short list...

According to Axios Apple exec Johny Srouji is now on Intel’s shortlist for potential CEOs. The company’s search has been ongoing for about six months.

In December 2015, Srouji was named Apple’s senior vice president for Hardware Technologies. Prior to this, Srouji had been with Apple for nearly eight years as vice president of Hardware Technologies, where he oversaw silicon and hardware technologies for Apple's product line. 

He joined Apple in 2008 to lead development of the A4, which was Apple's first in-house design of a system on a chip. Before Apple, Srouji worked at Intel and IBM in the area of processor development.



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08:02
Apple exec Johny Srouji reportedly on the short list...

According to Axios Apple exec Johny Srouji is now on Intel’s shortlist for potential CEOs. The company’s search has been ongoing for about six months.

In December 2015, Srouji was named Apple’s senior vice president for Hardware Technologies. Prior to this, Srouji had been with Apple for nearly eight years as vice president of Hardware Technologies, where he oversaw silicon and hardware technologies for Apple's product line. 

He joined Apple in 2008 to lead development of the A4, which was Apple's first in-house design of a system on a chip. Before Apple, Srouji worked at Intel and IBM in the area of processor development.



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08:01
∞ Thriller: One guitarist, two guitars

[VIDEO] You can’t see me, but I am doing the Thriller dance as I listen to this. Fingers crooked, hands curled. Can’t help myself.

This is a terrific performance of a wonderfully well written song. Video embedded in main Loop post. [H/T Marcus Mendes]

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08:01
∞ Thriller: One guitarist, two guitars

[VIDEO] You can’t see me, but I am doing the Thriller dance as I listen to this. Fingers crooked, hands curled. Can’t help myself.

This is a terrific performance of a wonderfully well written song. Video embedded in main Loop post. [H/T Marcus Mendes]

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07:55
Apple and the next big thing

John Gruber deconstructs this Wall Street Journal article, titled Polaroid. Walkman. Palm Pilot. iPhone?. It’s a terrific read, especially useful given the linked article is behind a paywall.

Read John’s whole piece, it’s not that long. But from the wrap-up:

There will be major new products from Apple, someday, when they’re ready. There is no rush for them. If you’re worried about Apple’s near-future success, the key is their execution on their existing products. The Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Watch are all businesses that any company would kill for. Apple has all of them, and none of them are going anywhere. Apple needs to keep them insanely great where they already are, and raise them to insanely great where they aren’t.

This. So much this. I am such an Apple fan. I want that insanely great feeling to go back to being higher in the mix, more...

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07:55
Apple and the next big thing

John Gruber deconstructs this Wall Street Journal article, titled Polaroid. Walkman. Palm Pilot. iPhone?. It’s a terrific read, especially useful given the linked article is behind a paywall.

Read John’s whole piece, it’s not that long. But from the wrap-up:

There will be major new products from Apple, someday, when they’re ready. There is no rush for them. If you’re worried about Apple’s near-future success, the key is their execution on their existing products. The Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Watch are all businesses that any company would kill for. Apple has all of them, and none of them are going anywhere. Apple needs to keep them insanely great where they already are, and raise them to insanely great where they aren’t.

This. So much this. I am such an Apple fan. I want that insanely great feeling to go back to being higher in the mix, more...

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07:46
Apple’s chip guru Johny Srouji reportedly on Intel’s...

A new report today from Axios details that a new name has popped up on Intel’s shortlist to fill its open CEO position: Johny Srouji. The company’s search has been ongoing for half a year and Apple’s SVP of Hardware has a strong history of working with the chipmaker.

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07:45
Apple loses appeal of $439 million verdict in favor...




On Tuesday the federal U.S. Court of Appeals denied Apple's appeal of a 2016 jury verdict in favor of VirnetX, which initially granted the patent licensing firm $302.4 million in damages.

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07:44
Nike announces a self-lacing, iOS compatible...

Nike has announced the Nike Adapt BB, the first shoe in its platform “that creates a truly custom fit by combining an advanced power-lacing system, an app and continually updated firmware.”

“We picked basketball as the first sport for Nike Adapt intentionally because of the demands that athletes put on their shoes,” says Eric Avar, Nike vice president of Creative Director of Innovation. “During a normal basketball game the athlete’s foot changes and the ability to quickly change your fit by loosening your shoe to increase blood flow and then tighten again for performance is a key element that we believe will improve the athlete’s experience.”

Here’s how it works, according to Nike: When a player steps into the Nike Adapt BB, a custom motor and gear train senses the tension needed by the foot and adjusts accordingly to keep the foot snug. The tensile strength of the...

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07:44
Nike announces a self-lacing, iOS compatible...

Nike has announced the Nike Adapt BB, the first shoe in its platform “that creates a truly custom fit by combining an advanced power-lacing system, an app and continually updated firmware.”

“We picked basketball as the first sport for Nike Adapt intentionally because of the demands that athletes put on their shoes,” says Eric Avar, Nike vice president of Creative Director of Innovation. “During a normal basketball game the athlete’s foot changes and the ability to quickly change your fit by loosening your shoe to increase blood flow and then tighten again for performance is a key element that we believe will improve the athlete’s experience.”

Here’s how it works, according to Nike: When a player steps into the Nike Adapt BB, a custom motor and gear train senses the tension needed by the foot and adjusts accordingly to keep the foot snug. The tensile strength of the...

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07:32
Apple working on force-sensing gloves for gesture...




A pair of gloves could potentially be used to control computers and other devices, Apple has suggested, with the incorporation of force-sensing circuitry in clothes offering the opportunity to issue commands by touching other objects in different ways.

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07:28
Orange Shirt Kid's mom is suing 'Fortnite...

Epic Games is facing yet another lawsuit over the use of dance moves in Fortnite, although this one might not be so straightforward. The mom of Orange Shirt Kid, whose Random dance reached the game as Orange Justice, is suing Epic for allegedly usin...

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07:27
Nike's Adapt BB is an iPhone-controlled, self-...




Following up on earlier teases, Nike on Tuesday announced the Adapt BB, a self-lacing basketball sneaker that can be controlled from smartphones, including the iPhone.

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07:23
Nike’s self-lacing Adapt BB basketball shoes feature...

Last month word began to circulate that Nike would soon be revealing the latest iteration of its self-lacing HyperAdapt shoes. While details were somewhat thin at the time, it recently began to surface that these Marty McFly-inspired kicks were indeed on the way. This morning, Nike has unveiled the new Adapt BB. Not only is the self-lacing prophecy being fulfilled, Nike is also introducing the Adapt BB as a smartphone-controlled shoe. While the app offers the ability to change your shoe’s LED color and more, the shoes defining feature is their ability to constantly adjust how tight the laces are pulled. Thus, the Adapt BB name. Head below for more.

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07:22
Pandora launches its own in-app voice assistant on...

Following the end of the “we added voice commands to it” convention last week, Pandora has today announced its own voice assistant, otherwise known as Pandora Voice Mode, for its Android and iOS applications. Rolling out soon to free and paid users, the new assistant will make it easy for users to control stations, perform common actions within the app, and more.

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