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Friday October 11

Hands-on with new iOS 13 beta 2 changes and features...

Yesterday Apple released the second iOS 13.2 beta for developers. The update brings several noteworthy changes to the table, including brand new emoji, along with the ability to delete Siri & Dictation history associated with an iOS device. Watch our brief hands-on video as we step through the latest iOS 13.2 beta 2 changes and features. more…

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Nintendo’s reimagined ‘Brain Training’ for Switch is...

Nintendo revealed that Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training will come to the Switch on January 3rd, 2020 in Europe. The mental workout game will feature classic exercises from previous Brain Training (called Brain Age in North America) games, as well as ne...

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Apple kickstarts its in-house studio with order for...

Apple TV+ is less than a month away from launching with the company’s first original shows. However, Apple doesn’t own any of that content but that’s set to change moving forward. Apple is launching its in-house studio as it gets set to produce a new WWII drama called Masters of the Air, a follow-up to HBO’s popular Band of Brothers and The Pacific.


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Harry Potter Takes Over Times Square With Immersive...

The producers behind Harry Potter and the Cursed Child put together an immersive experience that took over Times Square. Fifty-one screens celebrated the play’s expansion into international markets, AdWeek reported.

The producers of Broadway’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in partnership with entertainment advertising agency AKA NYC, recently put that to the test with a Times Square takeover that used 51 towering screens to promote the play’s expansion to new international markets and reveal its new tagline: “Sometimes, Darkness Comes From Unexpected Places.” The project required the cooperation of eight digital display companies, creating a nearly 360-degree panorama of moving visuals. As attendees watched, a timer counted down to reveal Harry Potter, but the bright and golden imagery was soon clouded into darkness as dementors arrive and herald the ominous return of the Death Eaters via the play’s time-traveling plotlines.


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Here’s how to cancel Apple Arcade before being...

Apple Arcade is a new subscription service that offers an entire catalog of games for $4.99 a month. Games can be accessed on multiple devices and shared with up to six family members through iCloud Family Sharing. The platform has been available since September 16 with a trial period of 30 days, so the first subscribers will be charged starting next week.


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Brydge sues Sentis over Libra keyboard, plans iPad...

Brydge has filed a lawsuit against Sentis, the brand behind the Libra keyboard with trackpad for the iPad Pro, and Kickstarter for facilitating the sale of the Libra keyboard. This legal action has been taken by Brydge to prevent the unauthorized use of its patented technology.

“Brydge has built a strong reputation through its focus on innovation, unique design and high quality. We take the protection of our intellectual property very seriously and we will utilize all available avenues to protect it now and in the future," says Nick Smith, co-CEO and founder of Brydge, in a press release.

Brydge's patented technology relates to the connection of a keyboard to a tablet, which allows the seamless transition from one to another.

"As detailed in the legal filing against Sentis (...

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Twitter for Mac is Back With a Native Catalyst App

Twitter is once again available for macOS users via the Mac App Store, and it was built using Catalyst. The company explained the shift.

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Alexa can now speak Spanish in the US

As of today, Amazon customers in the US can speak to Alexa in Spanish. They can switch Echo and Alexa Built-In devices to Spanish using the Alexa app, or they can take advantage of multilingual mode. That feature allows Alexa to respond in English or...

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Nomad announces upcoming Base Station Pro (which...

Nomad has announced a partnership with Aira, the creator of FreePower, a new wireless charging technology. The first product from the partnership is the Base Station Pro, which sounds very similar to Apple’s abandoned AirPower product.

It features one surface created from an 18 coil matrix and can charge up to 3 devices in any orientation. All devices can charge simultaneously at up to 5W each. The Base Station Pro works with Airpods and other wireless charging earbuds. It’s powered by a 27W USB-C PD charger included in the box.

Today (Oct. 11) is the “soft launch: for the product on the Nomad website. There’s will be an email signup at the site. 

Pricing hasn’t been...

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These deepfake celebrity impressions are equally...

Actor Jim Meskimen partnered with deepfake artist Sham00k to make his celebrity impressions a little more realistic. Meskimen and Sham00k shared the results in a YouTube video, and honestly, they're pretty remarkable. While Meskimen did the voices, d...

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Apple’s Market Value Just Passed One Trillion

Not only was Apple the first company to reach a market value of one trillion dollars, the company recently passed that milestone.

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Best mesh Wi-Fi routers: Reviews and buying advice

Few elements of your home’s infrastructure have a bigger impact on your tech life. We recommend mesh Wi-Fi routers for most people, and we’ll help you find just the right one for your needs.

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Gurman on Catalyst’s Shaky Debut

Mark Gurman, writing for Bloomberg1:

But the first iteration, which appears to still be quite raw and
in a number of ways frustrating to developers, risks upsetting
users who may have to pay again when they download the Mac version
of an iPad app they’ve already bought.

I get this, and Gurman has reported previously that one goal of the Marzipan/Catalyst project is have universal apps that work across iOS/iPadOS/MacOS, the way that the exact same app can work on both iOS and iPadOS today. But Catalyst is a developer technology. Users have no idea what it is and shouldn’t need to. “You have to pay for iPad and Mac versions separately”...

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Apple sets up its own internal production studio and...

According to Variety, Apple has set up its own internal production studio called “Masters” and will produce its first in-house series dubbed Masters of the Air.

The limited series is a follow-up to Band of Brothers (pictured) and The Pacific series that were executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. That duo is on board again, “which comes as no surprise given that Spielberg was a prominent figure at the Apple TV Plus launch event in March,” according to Variety.

Masters of the Air is based on the book by Donald L. Miller and follows the story of the American bomber boys in World War II who brought the war to Hitler’s doorstep. It will air exclusively on Apple TV+. Apple’s Masters production studio will be headed by worldwide video heads Zack...

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Your Kids’ Photos Power Surveillance Technology

The New York Times has a nice feature out today about how a mother found photos of her kids in a machine learning database.

None of them could have foreseen that 14 years later, those images would reside in an unprecedentedly huge facial-recognition database called MegaFace. Containing the likenesses of nearly 700,000 individuals, it has been downloaded by dozens of companies to train a new generation of face-identification algorithms, used to track protesters, surveil terrorists, spot problem gamblers and spy on the public at large. The average age of the people in the database, its creators have said, is 16.

I can’t imagine the gross feeling you get when you see your kids in a database like this.

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The Pakt Coffee Kit is a nearly perfect pour-over...

For the last three years, I've tried in vain to put together a travel coffee kit for CES. Because we're in Las Vegas for so long, I really want the comforts of home in the form of a good cup of coffee. Sorry, Residence Inn, but the stuff in the lobby...

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Stream more than 2,000 documentaries and shows with...

Want to up your streaming game a bit, and get out of the rut of watching old shows and movies or barely palatable made-for-streaming series? CuriosityStream is different, bringing almost 2,000 documentary features and series (including a number of exclusive original series) to your devices for viewing anywhere. We have a deal on a two-year subscription to CuriosityStream — you can get it for $29.99, 25% off the usual $40 cost.

With your CuriosityStream subscription, you’ll hear from experts like Stephen Hawking and David Attenborough, and learn more about science, nature, history, society and lifestyle.

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Apple Arcade: Five new games join the service, and...

Apple’s new Apple Arcade subscription-based gaming service is finally here. It’s basically Apple’s way of helping customers sort through the chaff in the App Store, as the highly curated service features premium games that are untainted by in-app purchases and ads. If it works as well as it sounds, it could elevate the perception of mobile gaming in general.

Got questions? Fortunately we have plenty of answers. Here’s everything we know about Apple Arcade so far.

Updated 10/11/19: Five more games have been added to Apple Arcade. We've updated our list, and also our companion article of all the games that support controllers.


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iPhone 12 Pro concept imagines iPhone SE design with...

Apple’s 2020 iPhone lineup is expected to bring a major design refresh with a return to the flat-sided form-factor of the iPhone 4/5/SE. Now an iPhone 12 Pro concept video gives a look at what a full-screen iPhone and the square camera module could look like with industrial flat edges.


The post iPhone 12 Pro concept imagines iPhone SE design with ProMotion display, four cameras, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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9to5Mac Daily: October 11, 2019 – Twitter returns to...

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

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The best wireless mouse

By Justin Krajeski

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full guide to wireless mice.


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Apple Selling Lumos Matrix Urban Smart Bike Helmet

This is a bike helmet with a difference. Connect it to the Lumos apps on your iPhone and Apple Watch and you can activate turn signal indicators on the helmet. It also has integrated lights and automatic warning lights that are similar to brake lights. Oh, and it makes you a lot more visible. Apple is selling it for $249.95.

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Brydge announces iPad Pro keyboard with trackpad;...

We reported last month on an iPad keyboard with a trackpad, seen above, noting that it appeared to offer interesting-looking competition to Brydge. It now appears it may not be competing for long: Brydge has issued a lawsuit accusing the company behind the device, accusing it of patent infringement.

Although Brydge’s iPad keyboards don’t include a trackpad, its models for the Microsoft Surface and Google Pixel Slate do, and the company has been working for some time on an iPad model with trackpad…


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BBEdit 13 Simplifies Pattern-Based Searching

The venerable text editor stays fresh in its latest version with the addition of a Pattern Playground that lets you experiment interactively with grep-based searches, a Grep Cheat Sheet, live search result highlighting, and more. 

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Amazon drops Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro (2019...

Amazon has reissued the steepest discount we've seen on Apple's latest 15-inch MacBook Pro, with the standard model in Space Gray $400 off. Shop this early Columbus Day deal before it sells out.

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Report details Google's donations to climate...

Google makes "substantial" political contributions to organizations and individuals that deny climate change, according to a new report from The Guardian. One such group is the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), which was The Guardian says was i...

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Inside Apple's fantastically fast new Mac Pro

This summer, Apple finally revealed the design and specifications of its new Mac Pro. It's Apple's first significantly updated tower model in a decade, and the first designed from scratch since the imposing aluminum PowerMac G5 originally arrived back in 2003. Here's a look at what the new Mac Pro will deliver for pro users and the strategy behind its radically new redesign.

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Amazon Fire TV Cube review (2019): Alexa's...

With so many streaming devices on the market, it can be difficult for new ones to stand out. Amazon, for its part, has differentiated its Fire TV products with one notable feature: They work with Alexa. If you have an Echo paired with a Fire TV devic...

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NASA Aiming For Manned SpaceX Mission in Q1 2020

NASA is aiming for a manned SpaceX mission in the first quarter of 2020. NASA chief Jim Bridenstine made the announcement Thursday, Reuters reported.

The pronouncement of a revised time frame signaled NASA believes SpaceX is getting the Crew Dragon project back on track following an explosion during a ground test in April and technical challenges with its re-entry parachute system. Bridenstine said successful development of the capsule was key to achieving NASA’s top priority – the resumed “launching of American astronauts on American rockets from American soil” for the first time since the space shuttle program ended in 2011. The NASA administrator spoke to reporters at the end of a visit to the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, just outside Los Angeles, where chief executive Elon Musk led him on a tour of the sprawling manufacturing plant.


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Hong Kong legislator urges Tim Cook to put '...

Hong Kong's IT legislator has written an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, and is urging him to unban the controversial HKMap Live, citing freedom of expression and citizens' safety as chief concerns.

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Apple Arcade gains five new titles including...

After hearing about a new Crossy Road game coming to Apple Arcade soon, five new titles have launched on Apple’s game service. The latest releases include a new adventure side-scroller, a deathmatch racing game, a robot battle arena, and more.


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∞ China, Catalina, and Apple bashing

Apple PR has their work cut out for them.

On the China front, John Gruber takes on Tim Cook’s company wide email on the on-again, off-again approval of the HKMap app:

I can’t recall an Apple memo or statement that crumbles so quickly under scrutiny. For a company that usually measures umpteen times before cutting anything, it’s both sad and startling.

This is the tip of the iceberg on hot takes concerning Apple’s dealings with China. This issue is complex, and Apple has made a decision that China’s market is important to them, have stepped into the fire.

Then there’s Catalina. There’s this hot take from Tyler Hall (just a snippet, read the whole thing:

Apple’s insistence on their annual, big-splash release cycle is fundamentally breaking...

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iOS 13 and voice control

Amboy Manalo, iOS GadgetHacks:

With iOS 13, you can now quickly reboot your iPhone using Voice Control. If you haven’t set it up, open Settings, head to “Accessibility,” and select “Voice Control,” then tap “Set Up Voice Control” and follow the prompts.

Now, simply say “Reboot Device” (no need to say “Hey Siri” or anything first). When you do, you’ll see a prompt. Just say “Tap Restart,” and your phone will reboot.

This is fascinating and fun to play with. I can definitely see the value as an assistive tech. Take a few minutes and go through the steps, try this for yourself.

My bet is, somewhere there’s an official set of Voice Control verbs out there. Wondering if that list corresponds to a similar list for, say, Shortcuts.

UPDATE: To learn more, dig into this Apple support page. Also, turn on voice control and then say: “Show me what...

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The Apple Watch Series 4 just keeps getting cheaper

Apple is no longer selling its Apple Watch Series 4, but you can snag one for a steep discount on Amazon. Last week, we saw the price drop on the base silver aluminum and white sport band versions of the 44mm models. Today, the watches are on sale fo...

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Nomad upcoming Base Station Pro achieves AirPower-...

Upcoming Base Station Pro from Nomad is able to charge three devices simultaneously without worrying about placement, similar to Apple's ill-fated AirPower.

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On iPhone 11 and why computational photography...

Stephen Shankland, CNET:

When Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller detailed the iPhone 11’s new camera abilities in September, he boasted, “It’s computational photography mad science.” And when Google debuts its new Pixel 4 phone on Tuesday, you can bet it’ll be showing off its own pioneering work in computational photography.

The reason is simple: Computational photography can improve your camera shots immeasurably, helping your phone match, and in some ways surpass, even expensive cameras.

But what exactly is computational photography?

Nice explainer.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Free up cash for the iPhone 11 and Apple Watch 5...

Now that the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, Apple Watch Series 5 and 7th generation iPad have hit store shelves, customers looking to pick up the latest hardware can free up cash by trading in their used devices, all while securing an exclusive trade-in bonus.

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Hands on with all the changes in iOS 13.2 beta 2 --...

There are quite a few notable changes here in the second beta of iOS 13.2. This includes yet another noise-canceling AirPods leak, new emoji, user interface changes, the ability to opt-in to help Siri, and more. Let's go hands-on with these changes.

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Howard University and Amazon want to diversify the...

Howard University and Amazon Studios are working together to diversify the entertainment industry. Today, they announced Howard Entertainment, a program that will give African American, Latinx and Native American students a chance to study and train...

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∞ Apple drops “Truth Be Told” trailer

[VIDEO] Pretty impressive cast, including Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer and Emmy winner Aaron Paul. I’ll definitely check this one out. Truth be Told comes to Apple TV+ on December 6th. Video embedded in main Loop post.

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Apple Arcade Just Got Five New Games

Five games were just added to Apple Arcade, tempting people to keep their subscription as the service’s one month free trial nears its end.

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Watch an Olympian run in a bubble full of hydrogen...

Earlier this year, Hyundai launched the Nexo: a hydrogen fuel cell-powered SUV that only emits water and oxygen. Even though the vehicle promises an environmentally friendly transportation option, its adoption is hampered by the lack of proper fuel c...

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Nomad details new Base Station Pro that charges 3...

Following the demise of AirPower earlier this year, we’ve been left to look for third-party wireless charging alternatives once Apple officially exited the scene. Nomad has found a sweet spot in its place with two different wireless Qi charging pads offering support for multiple devices and Apple Watch. However, the idea of powering up to three devices simultaneously without wires has mostly escaped us to date. Nomad is announcing a new product today, the Base Station Pro, which does just that. Thanks to a new technology and partnership with Aira FreePower, Nomad may have just solved our AirPower woes completely. Head below for additional details, pre-order information, and more.


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U1 chip in iPhone 11 is Apple’s own design, but...

A teardown of the U1 chip in the iPhone 11 has confirmed that it is Apple’s own design. There had been earlier speculation that Apple was using a Decawave Ultra Wideband DW1000 chip that has similar capabilities, offering precise radio-based positioning down to 10 cm.

iFixit says Apple’s chip is a different design to the DW1000, but uses the same standards and is compatible with third-party devices using the Decawave chip…


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Mac’s global marketshare slips in the third quarter...

Apple’s Mac now has a 7.5% of the global PC [as in personal computer, not just Windows systems] market and 14.8% of the U.S. market on sales of 5.1 million Macs in the third quarter of 2019, according to the Gartner research group

The company is now in fourth place among both global PC vendors (behind Lenovo, HP, and Dell) and U.S. PC vendors (behind HP, Dell, and Lenovo). According to Gartner, the Mac’s global marketshare shrank 3.7% year-over-year in quarter three globally, but grew 0.2% in the U.S.

However, IDC says Apple has 6.3% of the global market on sales of 5 million Macs in the third quarter of 2019. That’s down 6.1% year-over-year, per the research group. IDC has the Mac in fourth place among worldwide PC vendors (behind Lenovo, HP, and Dell). IDC’s info doesn’t list U.S. specific data.

IDC says that Apple...

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Inside Cirque du Soleil's technology lab

We hear about disruption all the time -- to transport, to media, to manufacturers. What happens when it comes for the circus? The centuries-old entertainment form used to be the place to see incredible, death-defying feats. Now, we see that kin...

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IHS Markit: Apple TV+, Disney+ adoption will be...

As noted by RapidTV News, the industry has already placed huge expectation on the November launches of Apple TV+ and Disney+ but research from IHS Markit warns that such direct-to-consumer services will likely encounter limited subscriber growth compared with competitive offerings.

The Apple TV+ streaming service is due to launch Nov. 1 at a price of $4.99 per month. However, you can get a free year’s subscription with the purchase of a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. Add in those devices and the fact that some manufacturers of smart TVs (such as Samsung, Samsung, and LG are building in support for Apple tech such as AirPlay 2 and HomeKit) gives Apple TV+ a potential addressable base of...

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Hong Kong app: Lawmaker asks Tim Cook to prioritize...

The controversy continues over the Hong Kong app which identifies protest hotspots. A lawmaker and tech entrepreneur has now accused Apple of being ‘an accomplice for Chinese censorship and oppression.’

Apple first banned, then allowed, then again banned the HKmap app, which shows map locations with a heavy police presence…


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Apple adds five new Arcade games as its free trial...

Not sure what to make of Apple Arcade, the company's $5 a month gaming service? It didn't really matter, as the service landed in September (or earlier if you were on the beta) with a free month trial on iOS and iPadOS and MacOS. But it's a few weeks...

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PC component manufacturer clones new Mac Pro case

The Dune Pro PC case has not only lifted the design of the Mac Pro's version, but also the presentation of the case itself, something which could call the attention of Apple's legal team.

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Apple reportedly wants its in-house-built modems...

According to Fast Company, Apple is burning the midnight oil to have its in-house-built models ready and running by 2022. The article says that this is “a very aggressive timeline given all the development, testing, and certification work involved.”

In July, it was announced that Apple and Intel had signed an agreement for Apple to acquire the majority of Intel’s smartphone modem business.  Approximately 2,200 Intel employees will join Apple, along with intellectual property, equipment and leases. The transaction, valued at $1 billion, is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, subject to regulatory approvals and other customary conditions, including works council and other relevant consultations in certain jurisdictions.

Combining the acquired patents for current and future wireless technology with...

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Google's Pixel 3, one year later: Amazing...

As Google prepares to unveil the Pixel 4, surely the most leaked phone of all time, it's time to reassess its predecessor. The Pixel 3 and 3 XL arrived this time last year, with many of us balancing the list price ($150 more than the Pixel 2) against...

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Tim Cook Defends Removal of Hong Kong Protest App in...

Tim Cook has written to Apple employees, defending the decision to remove an app used by protestors in Hong Kong from the iOS App Store.

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Rumored new iPad Pro, and MacBook Pro with scissor...

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William are back, talking about the possible new iPad Pro and what it may bring us, how a rumored new MacBook Pro is expected to revamp the keyboard again, plus Apple's latest environmental report is out, and one of your hosts likes Catalina.

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Alleged Apple Employee Says ‘Things are so Broken...

A conversation on Hacker News from an alleged Apple employee says that things are broken at Apple and no one communicates.

Broken management structure. I have had many managers (a red flag in itself) but even worse none of the managers take suggestions from engineers. Everything is purely top down. If an engineer realizes there is a problem on a macro scale they cannot fix it. It is literally impossible to unite more than 1.5 teams to get anything done.

Obviously there is no way to tell if they are real or not (At least, my surface research for these linked teasers can’t tell). Another commenter mentions “overt sexism that I’ve been witness to in iCloud management…”

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That’s right: You can’t turn off Personal Hotspot in...

If you’re a regular user of the Personal Hotspot feature for iPhones and cellular-equipped iPads, you might wondered where the off setting went in iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. It’s gone, but it’s not an error and you’re not just missing it.

Apple in that release—not in iOS 13.0, but the 13.1 release for both platforms—rethought how it expresses Personal Hotspot’s use philosophically. In previous releases, you had the on-demand Personal Hotspot that could be turned on, put on standby, or turned off. There was also an Instant Hotspot feature, which allowed any of your iCloud-connected devices to select the Personal Hotspot even if it were set to Off or Off, But Discoverable.

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A look at Gear4’s cases for Apple’s 2019 iPhones

Gear4 has released several new and/or updated cases for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. I’ve had a chance to test out the $44.99 Holborn.

It offers 13-foot drop protection thanks to D3O technology around the sides and backside of the case. (D3O is the same material used by the military and professional athletes, according to the folks at Gear 4).

Despite its durability,  edge-to-edge protection, and enhanced back protection, it’s relatively svelte. The Holborn has a sleek, soft-touch finish that feels good and offers decent grip-ability. It’s also wireless charging compatible.

There’s nothing earthshaking or groundbreaking about the case. But it’s slim, stylish, and protective. The Holborn is available in black, burgundy, and lilac.  

Apple World Today Rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

Other cases for the 2019...

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Poll: Should Apple keyboards follow Microsoft’s...

Microsoft has launched a couple of new keyboards this week, with two new keys. One isn’t surprising – it’s a key for launching Microsoft Office, something the company has discussed previously – but The Verge reports that there is something else: a dedicated emoji key.

It will launch the emoji picker inside Windows 10 […] An emoji key on a new Microsoft keyboard certainly seems unusual, but the company is really targeting this new hardware at businesses where Office is prevalent and emoji use is increasingly on the rise …


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Crossy Road Castle Gets Added to Apple Arcade Lineup

Crossy Road developer Hipster Whale has announced today in a YouTube video that they will be releasing an exclusive game, called Crossy Road Castle for the Apple Arcade. Crossy Road…

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Oprah’s Book Club Debuts on Apple Books

Oprah Winfrey’s book club has found a home in Apple Books. In a recent website article, the popular show host explains why she chose Apple as her partner. Orpah says…

The post Oprah’s Book Club Debuts on Apple Books appeared first on iLounge.

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Apple Texas Hold’em Updated with iPad Support and...

Apple has released an update for its Texas Hold’em app for the iOS, with improved graphics, new characters, and iPad support. On the iPad, users can choose to play the…

The post Apple Texas Hold’em Updated with iPad Support and Multi-Tasking appeared first on iLounge.

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Keep Your Lawn Green with this Smart Sprinkler...

Conserve water and control your sprinkler system anywhere using your iPhone. Adding a smart sprinkler system to your smart home doesn’t have to be expensive. The Orbit B-hyve Smart 8-Station…

The post Keep Your Lawn Green with this Smart Sprinkler Controller, Now $15 Off appeared first on iLounge.

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Apple's iTunes for Windows update closes off...

Apple has patched an exploit in Bonjour, iTunes, and iCloud for Windows that was an open door for ransomware to attack systems.

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Back Up All Your Files and Enjoy a $70 Discount with...

Do you always bemoan the fact that you don’t have a home for all your files, and a 1 or 2TB of hard drive won’t be enough? Your prayers are…

The post Back Up All Your Files and Enjoy a $70 Discount with this 10-Terabyte Hard Drive appeared first on iLounge.

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Guarded optimism in US-China trade talks, next...

Guarded optimism has been expressed regarding the progress of US-China trade talks designed to ease tensions and perhaps reach some ‘low level’ agreements in the ongoing trade war.

Apple has already been hit by import tariffs on many of its products, faces an increase next week, followed by a planned escalation which will see almost all products subjected to import charges from December …


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Vulnerability in iTunes and iCloud allowed Windows...

A zero-day vulnerability in iTunes and iCloud apps on Windows PCs enabled attackers to install ransomware without triggering antivirus protections. Ransomware encrypts the entire hard drive or SSD with a key known only to the attacker, enabling them to demand a ransom to decrypt the machine …


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With Catalina, the Mac leans on Apple’s other devices

Ever since the introduction of the iPod in 2001, Apple has had to navigate the intricacies of a multi-device ecosystem. In the earliest of days, that meant dealing with the iPod as an ancillary media device, reliant upon a Mac (or later a PC) for everything from activation to syncing media.

Over the last twelve years, the Apple ecosystem has gotten only more complex, with the addition of iPhones and iPads, the Apple TV, the Apple Watch, AirPods, the HomePod, and more. And while the Mac may be the elder statesperson of this assemblage, it’s found its responsibilities decentralized. No longer does the iPhone or iPad require a Mac just to function; newer devices like the Apple Watch and HomePod never have.

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How to use keyboard shortcuts in macOS Catalina

You can save time when working on your Mac by using keyboard shortcuts. To use a keyboard shortcut, hold down one or more modifier keys while pressing the last key of the shortcut.

For example, to use the shortcut Command-C (copy), hold down Command, press C, then release both keys. Mac menus and keyboards often use symbols for certain keys, including the modifier keys:

Command ⌘

Shift ⇧

Option ⌥

Control ⌃

Caps Lock ⇪


Also, the Finder’s sidebar contains shortcuts to various commonly used folders. Each of the default selections has a keyboard shortcut. It’s listed in the Go menu and you can use it to jump to the correction location (this also works in Open and Save dialogs, as well).

If you're using a keyboard made for Windows PCs, use the Alt key instead of Option, and the...

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Apple rereleases watchOS 5.3.2, allows Apple Watch...

If you have a less-than-entirely-new iPhone and an Apple Watch Series 4, this will come in handy.

Apple has issued a second release of its watchOS 5.3.2 operating system, this time allowing for owners of iPhones that cannot upgrade to iOS 13 or later to continue using the wearable device with their older smartphone. 

The update, released on Wednesday, is targeted specifically for the Apple Watch Series 4, and follows after a similar update that shipped on September 26 for the Apple Watch Series 1, Series 2, and Series 3. The update effectively brings the Series 4 in line with the earlier three generations. 

Although Apple has moved on to watchOS 6, this version of the operating system allows the Apple Watch Series 4 to continue functioning with the iPhone.

The update also includes performance and bug fixes alongside maintaining compatibility. In addition, the update includes a fix for a recent exploit discovered by Google Project Zero that could allow a...

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Apple Card offers Disaster Relief feature, leniency...

The Apple Card now includes Disaster Relief as a perk.

A customer who lives in Houston and was impacted by flooding from tropical storm Imelda received the following email:

“We understand that you have been affected by a natural disaster. We’d like to offer our support and assistance through our Disaster Relief Program.”

The program offers the following provisions:

  • No interest for two months, starting with the month the user enrolls. After two months, standard purchase APR applies.
  • Payment due in the enrollmnet month can be skipped
  • Those whose accounts are in good standing remain current while enrolled.
  • Those whose accounts are past due, your account do not go further delinquent while enrolled. However they will remain past due until all due payments are made. Ability to make new purchases may continue to be restricted too.

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Roku Ultra (2019) review: It's all about the...

The Roku Ultra is the best high-end Roku streamer yet, but there's a lot more room for improvement.

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The 10 best Apple Arcade games (so far)

The best Apple Arcade games

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You’ll find dozens and dozens of games in Apple Arcade, and—wonder of wonders—almost none are bad. Some games are better than others, so here’s a list of the 10 games you should start with. These games weren’t necessarily made with the biggest budgets or by the biggest studios, but they’re games that are endlessly replayable and they’ll stick in your head.

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Apple TV+ signs Oscar-winner Alfonso Cuarón to a...

Apple has scored a coup by landing Alfonso Cuarón, who won directing Oscars for Gravity and Roma, to a multi-year deal with its upcoming streaming service, Apple TV+. Cuarón will develop television projects exclusively for the service,...

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Report: Apple ‘pushing it’ with goal to launch...

It is pretty common knowledge at this point that Apple is going to release 5G iPhones next year, perhaps across all three of Apple’s flagship new models. However, the 2020 iPhones will be using Qualcomm modems.

Apple’s in-house silicon team has had the challenge of cellular modems on its radar for a while. A report from Fast Company today corroborates Apple’s ambition to release its own 5G modem chips in less than three years time. The report says the timeline is aggressive, even with Apple’s $1bn acquisition of Intel’s modem business under its belt.


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Twitter returns to Mac thanks to Apple's...

Some 20 months after it decided to discontinue its Mac client, ubiquitous social media platform Twitter on Thursday made good on promises to release a new app built on Apple's Catalyst framework.

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Boeing and Porsche are developing an electric '...

Boeing has teamed up with luxury sports carmaker Porsche to develop a concept for an electric vehicle capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) -- in other words, they're working on a "flying car." The companies' engineers will even collaborate...

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Educational Robot Kit MeeBot 2.0 Makes Its Way to...

The MeeBot 2.0, an educational robotics kit is now being offered as an exclusive product in Apple Stores. Children can assemble their own robot and make it dance or move…

The post Educational Robot Kit MeeBot 2.0 Makes Its Way to Apple Stores appeared first on iLounge.

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Apple reportedly aims to integrate own 5G modem in...

Apple has reportedly set an aggressive 2022 deadline to develop an in-house cellular modem for use in iPhone and iPad, a project that could lead to baseband module integration in the company's system-on-chip designs by 2023.

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Apple Acquires Rights on ‘A Christmas Carol’

Apple has recently inked a deal for ‘A Christmas Carol’, a musical that features Hollywood stars Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds. The Cupertino-based firm won the bidding war for the…

The post Apple Acquires Rights on ‘A Christmas Carol’ appeared first on iLounge.

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macOS Catalina iCloud Folder Sharing Feature Moved...

Apple has announced on its official website that the new iCloud Folder Sharing for the macOS Catalina will be delayed until spring of 2020. The feature will allow users to…

The post macOS Catalina iCloud Folder Sharing Feature Moved to Spring 2020 appeared first on iLounge.

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Pixelbook Go leak reveals its ribbed back, full specs

A month after exposing Google's next laptop as the Pixelbook Go, 9to5Google has extensive pictures and even a hands-on video with the device. The pictures show off a prototype laptop -- held by a person wearing the "Jacquard by Google" Levi's jacket...

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YouTube creators will chat with famous authors in...

YouTube will debut a new "book club" series on October 17th as a follow to its successful Michelle Obama special, which garnered over over 1.5 million views since March. The show is aptly called BookTube, and like the former first lady's special wher...

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Twitter's Catalyst-powered Mac app is here

Now that macOS Catalina is available, developers can use Apple's Mac Catalyst tech to deliver versions of their iPad apps for use on the desktop, and one of the most anticipated releases has been the desktop Twitter app. Originally announced this sum...

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Donald Trump is the newest Twitch streamer

The 2020 presidential campaigns are well under way, and Donald Trump has added another internet outlet to reach voters: Twitch. The campaign's first verified stream went live tonight from a rally in Minneapolis, as Trump followed Bernie Sanders' camp...

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Twitter returns to the Mac with new Catalyst app now...

macOS Catalina was released to the public earlier this week, making it easier for developers to port their iPad apps to the Mac. Twitter is joining the club today with a new Catalyst version of its iPad app that’s now available on the Mac App Store.


The post Twitter returns to the Mac with new Catalyst app now available for download appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Twitter returns to the Mac with new Catalyst app now...

macOS Catalina was released to the public earlier this week, making it easier for developers to port their iPad apps to the Mac. Twitter is joining the club today with a new Catalyst version of its iPad app that’s now available on the Mac App Store.


The post Twitter returns to the Mac with new Catalyst app now available for download appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Amazon Music Now Featured on Apple TV

Amazon Music now joins Spotify as third-party features available on Apple TV. Download the Amazon Music app to get started.

For now, the tvOS Amazon Music app is available for Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD users in thirteen countries: the U.S., UK, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Mexico, Japan, and India.

Amazon Music is a free download from the App Store.

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Alfonso Cuarón Makes Multi-Year Deal With Apple

Alfonso Cuarón has set a multi-year deal with Apple for its Apple TV+ while still managing his deal with Anonymous Content.

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The Dune Pro PC case aims to bring the new Mac Pro’s...

Apple’s all-new Mac Pro is slated to be released sometime this fall, but a new Kickstarter product aims to bring the Mac Pro design to the masses. PC casemaker Dune has introduced a new Dune Pro PC case that bares a striking resemblance to the new Mac Pro.


The post The Dune Pro PC case aims to bring the new Mac Pro’s design to everyone appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon could fly astronauts to the ISS...

As expected, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine stopped by SpaceX HQ in California and then did a bit of Q&A with the media while standing next to Elon Musk and two astronauts. You can watch video of the entire session below as it was posted to B...

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Apple's Lisa Jackson explains successes,...

Apple VP of environmental, social, and policy initiatives Lisa Jackson in an interview published Thursday detailed the company's ongoing pursuit of environmentally responsible manufacturing and operations, saying that while Apple is off to a good start, there is much left to achieve.

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Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install...

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Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple's iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec reported on Thursday. Apple patched the vulnerability earlier this week.

The vulnerability resided in the Bonjour component that both iTunes and iCloud for Windows relies on, according to a blog post. The bug is known as an unquoted service path...

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Lisa Jackson explains how Apple balances innovation...

In a new in-depth interview with The Independent, Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, offers new detail on the company’s renewable energy and other environmental efforts. Jackson explains how Apple works to consider the environmental impact that new innovations might have, across the entire scope of the company.


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Tim Cook defends decision to remove Hong Kong Maps...

I’ve never said this about a Tim Cook missive but what a load of crap. Apple is between a rock and a hard place on this and, as I said to Jim Dalrymple on last night’s Your Mac Life podcast, it’s a position they’ve put themselves in and I have no sympathy for the company on this issue. They deserve all the flack they are getting – from both sides.

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Doing it Wrong With iOS Screen Time Limits

According to USA Today,

Some screen time is worse than others when it comes to kids and academic performance, according to a new analysis published in the medical journal JAMA Pediatrics.

Television viewing, followed by video games, were the two activities most tied to poor school performance, researchers showed in a review of 58 studies published over the decades.”

Other activities: not so much. This is a helpful article for parents.

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Lyft offers free rides to relief centers during PG...

With the planned power blackouts in California expected to continue for the next several days, Lyft is offering free rides until the end of October 15th to respite centers across parts of northern California. Each center includes restrooms, bottled w...

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Tim Cook Defends Decision To Remove Hong Kong Maps...

On Thursday, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the company's decision to remove a mapping app in Hong Kong, saying that the company received "credible information" from authorities indicating the software was being used "maliciously" to attack police. Bloomberg reports: Apple pulled from its App Store on Wednesday after flip-flopping between rejecting it and approving it earlier this month. Apple made the decision after consulting with local authorities, because it could endanger law enforcement and city residents. Cook echoed that sentiment in an email to Apple employees. "Over the past several days we received credible information, from the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau, as well as from users in Hong Kong, that the app was being used maliciously to target individual officers for violence and to victimize individuals and property where no police are present," Cook wrote in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by Bloomberg News. He also said the app...

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Apple Card Offers a Disaster Relief Program

Those who use the Apple Card and live in an area impacted by a natural disaster are being offered access to a new Apple Card Disaster Relief Program that might be welcome in trying financial times.

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iPM PU Leather Wallet Case for iPhone 11 with...

We have a deal on the PM Leather Protective Wallet Case. This wallet-style case is made from PU leather, and it includes slots for credit cards, ID cards, and one large pocket for your bills. It also has a kickstand function for propping your iPhone up. We’re linking to the black case for the iPhone 11 for $12.99. There’s a pulldown menu for iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, too, as well as several color choices.

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