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Friday June 26

10:02
∞ The Dalrymple Report: WWDC recap with Dave Mark

Our second podcast this week, this time I’m joined by Dave Mark as we go through our thoughts on WWDC.

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10:00
iOS 14 first look: Apple tries to do more but still...

Broadly speaking, the last two years of iOS updates were focused on steadily improving stability and adding features to existing apps. Important work, certainly. This time, though, Apple took a slightly different tack: It made some of the biggest vis...

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09:50
Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and...

In response to the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data (LAED) Act proposed by three Republican senators, Big Tech companies have registered their opposition through their Reform Government Surveillance coalition. From a report: They said that building encryption backdoors would jeopardize the sensitive data of billions of users and "leave all Americans, businesses, and government agencies dangerously exposed to cyber threats from criminals and foreign adversaries." They also pointed out that as the pandemic has forced everyone to rely on the internet "in critical ways," digital security is paramount and strong encryption is the way forward. The coalition's members are Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Snap, Verizon Media, Dropbox, and Microsoft-owned LinkedIn. The coalition was established in December 2013, a few months after documents about the United States' PRISM data collection program were leaked.

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09:36
Microsoft permanently closing retail stores

Microsoft today announced a strategic change in its retail operations, including closing Microsoft Store physical locations. The company’s retail team members will continue to serve customers from Microsoft corporate facilities and remotely providing sales, training, and support. Microsoft will continue to invest in its digital storefronts on Microsoft.com, and stores in Xbox and Windows, reaching more than 1.2 billion people every month in 190 markets. The company will also reimagine spaces that serve all customers, including operating Microsoft Experience Centers in London, NYC, Sydney, and Redmond campus locations.

Microsoft really tried to compete with Apple Stores, even putting them near existing Apple locations, but the strategy never worked.

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09:35
Hackers are hiding virtual credit card skimmers in...

Lots of people know to check ATMs and gas station credit card readers for skimmers, but it’s harder to tell when virtual ones are hidden them in websites’ payment portals. According to research from Malwarebytes, hackers put Magecart JavaScript code...

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09:12
Microsoft document leak suggests a cheaper next-gen...

The rumors of Microsoft producing a lower-end counterpart to the Xbox Series X just got some support. The Verge reports that a leaked Microsoft document from this month makes multiple references to “Lockhart,” a budget (and possibly cloud-oriented) c...

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09:11
Apple Adds Support for Encrypted DNS (DoH and DoT)

In a presentation at its developer conference this week, Apple announced that the upcoming versions of its iOS and macOS operating systems will support the ability to handle encrypted DNS communications. From a report: Apple said that iOS 14 and macOS 11, set to be released this fall, will support both the DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) protocols. Normal DNS (Domain Name System) traffic takes place in clear text and has been used by internet service providers and others to track users in the past, usually to create profiles to sell to online advertisers. But DoH and DoT allow a desktop, phone, or individual app to make DNS queries and receive DNS responses in an encrypted format, a feature that prevents third-parties and malicious threat actors from tracking a user's DNS queries and inferring the target's web traffic destinations and patterns.

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09:10
Apple TV+ acquires Israeli neo-noir thriller '...

Apple TV+ is adding "Losing Alice" to its slate of international original series, joining titles like "Tehran," "Slow Horses," and "Pachinko."

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09:00
HomeKit Weekly: HomeKit device firmware updates...

HomeKit excels as a platform because it allows you to tie together multiple products from different manufacturers across your home. This reality will enable you to use a motion sensor on one side of your house to trigger a light from a different manufacturer somewhere else in your home. My biggest complaint about HomeKit is that I have a string of third-party manufacturer’s apps on iPhone that are solely used for firmware updates. What should Apple do to fix this? more…

The post HomeKit Weekly: HomeKit device firmware updates should move to the Home app appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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09:00
The best Switch controllers for every player level

The Nintendo Switch is pretty popular, but its included Joy-Cons aren’t for everyone. Some players feel the detachable controllers are a bit small for their hands. Many players miss having a regular D-pad. Whatever your reasons for wanting to upgrade...

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09:00
IDG TechTalk: WWDC reaction, exciting iOS 14 updates
08:53
Friday deals: 13-inch MacBook Pro from $890, Philips...

Today’s best deals include Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro at $890, plus Philips Hue bulbs up to 20% off, and previous-generation iPhone deals. Hit the jump for all of our top picks in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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08:30
How to guesstimate the number of alien civilizations...

The question of whether we are alone in the universe has plagued humanity since the dawn of time. It’s answer, one way or the other, could fundamentally alter our understanding of life, evolution, science, and even theology. Even the discovery of a s...

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08:01
9to5Mac Daily: June 26, 2020 – iPadOS 14 tidbits,...

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

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07:55
Review: Cyrus One Cast, an expensive but elegant way...

The audio world is all about wireless speakers these days, and even very traditional audiophile companies are getting in on the action, but there are still plenty of people who have much-loved component hi-fi systems they have no intention of replacing. And that’s where the Cyrus One Cast comes in.

There are various options for bringing AirPlay capabilities to a stackable hi-fi system, with Apple’s old AirPort Express routers a popular and inexpensive approach. That only gets you AirPlay 1, not AirPlay 2, and can be a somewhat flakey experience, but you can pick up used units for under $50 apiece, so it’s certainly a cost-effective route....

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07:40
Everything new with Messages in iOS 14

Apple's iOS 14 has brought a lot of improvements to the Messages app, including Memoji, better group chats, and much more. We took the new features for a spin to see the next evolution of Apple's messaging platform.

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07:13
Google's Android TV dongle might arrive...

Google’s previously leaked Android TV dongle appears to be edging closer to release. The 9to5Google team has discovered that a new Android 11 preview for the developer-only ADT-3 dongle shows the media player, nicknamed “Sabrina,” in a tutorial video...

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06:57
What the HEIC? Apple’s Highly Compressed Image...

Although it has been nearly three years since Apple introduced its version of a new standard format for highly compressed images and videos, the details remain hard to decipher. That’s partly due to Apple’s confusing labeling.

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06:52
Microsoft is permanently closing all of its retail...

On Friday, Microsoft said it plans to close all of its physical Microsoft Store locations across the US and overseas permanently. Moving forward, it will focus its efforts on Microsoft.com, where customers can go to purchase products, as well as get...

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06:47
Microsoft is closing all of its retail stores,...

Citing changes in the retail landscape, the coronavirus, and changes in its own revenue model, Microsoft has announced that it will permanently shutter all of its retail venues.

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06:47
Apple's Federighi answers developer's...

Apple SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi has appeared on Marques Brownlee's podcast, answering questions that developers have raised since the WWDC keynote.

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06:42
9to5Mac Watch Time 26: What’s new in watchOS 7?...

Zac Hall and Michael Potuck from 9to5Mac unpack the latest updates to watchOS 7 and Apple Watch in this special live edition of 9to5Mac Watch Time.

9to5Mac Watch Time is a podcast series hosted by Zac Hall. In this series, we talk to real people about how the Apple Watch is affecting their lives.

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06:35
Microsoft announces it is closing its retail stores...

While Apple is currently re-closing stores due to COVID-19 outbreaks, Microsoft today announced that it is closing its retail stores for good. Microsoft retail locations shut down in March as the coronavirus pandemic hit, and it seems that the downtime has given Microsoft management time to reflect on their plans.

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06:23
macOS moving from skeuomorphism through flat design...

If you’ve never heard of neumorphism, you’re not alone.

One of the visual changes in macOS Big Sur to have attracted a lot of comment is what some have suggested is a partial return to skeuomorphism: icons designed to look like real-world objects. It is, some have argued, Apple coming full circle: from 3D to flat and now back to 3D.

But Jack Koloskus, lead designer for Input and The Outline, says that Apple is moving forwards, not backward…

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06:05
AI robot 'Erica' will star in $70 million...

Robots are likely to replace a lot of jobs in the future, but these roles are generally well-suited to automation. For some jobs — particularly creative professions — it’ll be much harder to simply swap in a digital employee. But as a forthcoming fea...

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06:00
Clean and sanitize the air with Kinkoo's Ozone...

Whether you want just one more barrier to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 or want fresher air in your home, car or office, this portable battery-powered Ozone Generator ($29.95) has got you covered. It uses ozone — basically ionized oxygen — as a powerful antibacterial / antivirus agent and air freshener.

It's always better to be safe and extra cautious than not at all. This device produces ozone, a powerful deodorizer that destroys pollutants to give you cleaner air to breathe. Proven and tested, this ozone generator effectively eliminates...

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06:00
Apple Makes Another Acquisition: IT Startup...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Apple has acquired device-management startup Fleetsmith. The technology and personnel that will join Apple as part of the acquisition could help Apple expand upon device enrollment and introduce better ways to set up new devices like iPads and Macs within organizations. Fleetsmith's proposition to customers (and Apple) seems perfectly tailored to our times: the company offers a way for organizations to equip remote workers' (or workers otherwise not located in the central office) devices and have those devices automatically registered and set up for enterprise use as soon as they're first turned on. After that, Fleetsmith automatically ensures devices get needed software updates. It also provides IT managers with a dashboard for managing the fleet.

If you've used Jamf, a more widespread competitor, you get the general idea. But Fleetsmith already had a special focus on Apple devices, it has an Apple-like design...

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05:52
Rumor: some iPhone 12 displays will have up to 120Hz...

Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 Pro and ‌iPhone 12‌ Pro Max — expected to roll out in September or October — will feature displays capable of up to 120Hz refresh rates like that of the iPad Pro, tweets leaker Ice Universe.

iPhone 12 mock-up courtesy of TMDesign

The Sellers Research Group (that’s me) thinks that makes sense. I expect at least the top iPhone 12 models to have a 120Hz ProMotion display. According to Apple, ProMotion “delivers refresh rates of up to 120Hz for fluid scrolling, greater responsiveness and smoother motion content” and “improves display quality and reduces power consumption by automatically adjusting the display refresh rate to match the...

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05:45
Apple Silicon Mac, iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, and why...

Many newly uncovered features of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, suggestions for those wanting to install the developer betas on their devices, the Apple Silicon revolution, and more from WWDC on the AppleInsider Podcast.

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05:40
Apple’s new weekend movie and TV show sale starts at...

Apple is rolling into the weekend with a fresh movie sale featuring various titles discounted to $5. That’s a minimum of 50% off the regular going rate with a number of films returning to all-time low prices. There is plenty of other notable price drops going, as well, including a few TV shows discounted, too. Hit the jump for all of our top picks from this weekend’s promotion.

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05:30
Engadget Podcast: WWDC breakdown and a health-tech...

The biggest news event of the week was Apple’s virtual WWDC keynote, during which the company showed off a ton of upcoming features to its various software products. In Devindra’s absence, Cherlynn is joined by Dan Cooper as guest co-host, as well as...

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05:26
Marques Brownlee podcast with Craig Federighi: new...

Following on from John Gruber’s video podcast with Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak, a Marques Brownlee podcast is next in line, talking through iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and macOS Big Sur with Federighi.

I’ve only had time to listen to parts of it so far, but it’s definitely an interesting discussion. Brownlee starts by sharing my view that the pre-recorded keynote format worked really well, and asking whether this might be a permanent change …

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05:00
How about a 24-inch ‘sunflower iMac’ with Apple...

The chances are slim to none that the rumored 24-inch iMac expected before the holidays will have a “sunflower design” like the iMac G4 (pictured below), but it would be kinda cool if it did.

The G4 debuted in 2002 and offered a thin flat panel display (17 inches, later upgraded to 20 inches) “floating” upon a cantilevered, fully posable metal arm. This arm was strong enough that Apple encouraged customers to use it as a handle to lift the 21-pound machine, yet precise enough to maintain the display at a position parallel to its original angle whether you swung the arm up or down, left or right.

The iMac G4 packed a complete full computer, drives, and power supply under a 10.6-inch diameter dome that sported a small, quiet fan that sucked in cooling air from the bottom of the base and channeled it upward through vents in its top.

I doubt that Apple is going to pack an entire Apple Silicon iMac into such a dome. However, a “...

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04:58
Amazon to buy Zoox for $1B, a self-driving car...

Online retail giant Amazon has reportedly agreed to pay over a billion dollars to buy Zoox, which was an early entrant into the autonomous car industry, and has previously hired away "Apple Car" engineers.

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04:58
Get 57% off on the Electronic Mosquito Repellent...

It is not easy to keep yourself away and safe from mosquito bites when you are out there in the wild. You might be hiking or jogging, and several bugs and mosquitoes can bite you.

Super Shield Mosquito Repellent Electronic Watch Band

How will you save yourself from the mosquito and bug bites? The solution is to wear this Super Shield Mosquito Repellent Electronic Watch Band. It is an ultrasonic band that will keep the mosquitoes and other bugs away from you when you are out there.

The price of this Super Shield Mosquito Repellent Electronic Watch Band is $39.95, but when you buy it here through this deal you get a 57$% discount and you pay only $16.99.

It is an amazing watch band, it looks stylish and you can wear it anytime you want. It is also comfortable to wear. Even when you are sleeping at night and this band will not let any bug come near you.

Now you can have a safe and sound sleep. It protects you from all kinds of mosquitoes. You can...

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04:55
Steam's Summer Sale kicks off with discounts on...

The Steam Summer Sale is now live and has thousands of games on discount if you’re looking for something new to help you cope with COVID-19-related stress. You can get Metal Gear Solid V for $6 or 70 percent of its original price, Cities Skylines for...

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04:52
Apple lets developers know when customers make...

Apple has now introduced a new feature for developers that allow them to know if a customer requests for in-app purchase refund. It is a server notification system for the in-app purchase; it also lets the developers know if the customer receives funds. It allows the developers to take necessary action against the customer. For example, the developer can revoke the purchased item.

Apple handles the refund process itself and the developers have nothing to do with the process. Before today, the developers were not notified if the customer asked for a refund for the in-app purchases he made.

It allowed the customers to get a refund and also keep the in-app purchase. Also, there was no way to communicate between the developer and Apple for this situation.

Now in the iOS 14, whenever the customer gets a refund...

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04:52
AirPods with wireless charging case drops to $169

Amazon offers some amazing discounts on the Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case. The original price is $199 but when you buy it on Amazon you get $34 off. So hurry up as there are only a few left in the stock. Buy the AirPods with Wireless Changing case before the stock ends now available for $165.

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04:47
Apple to close the retail stores again in Texas due...

The corona cases are not slowing down and there is a spike in the cases in the few areas of the USA. It is due to this spike in the cases again that Apple has decided to close the retail stores located in Houston, Texas.

The number of cases is rising every day in the state. Apple also closed its stores in Arizona, NC, SC, and Florida. There is no detail as to when Apple will reopen the stores.

According to the sources by 9to5mac, the stores that will be closed by Apple in Texas include First Colony Mall, Memorial City, Houston Galleria, Woodlands, Willowbrook Mall, Highland Village, and the Baybrook.

Apple started to reopen its stores in the USA back in May, however, the recent spikes in the coronavirus cases in certain states have made Apple close the stores again. Apple closes the stores based on data evaluation and also from the guidelines from the local health authorities.

Although Apple is closing the stores in Houston, the stores in several...

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04:45
The leaked 20 Watt power adapter for iPhone 12...

It appears that the charger that Mr. White leaked yesterday has been now certified. Yesterday the Leaker Mr. White leaked photos of the new 20 Watt power adapter.

He claimed that Apple will ship this new 20-watt power adapter with the new Apple iPhone 12 lineup. The rumors are that the 6.7 and the 6.1-inch models that will have OLED displays will have this adapter in the box.

MySmartPrice has spotted a similar model of the USB-C adapter with the same wattage and the same model identifier A2305. The leaked photos of this same model of the power adapter surfaced in the electronics certification database in Norway....

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04:39
'iPhone 12 Pro' lineup predicted to have...

A prolific Android leaker has chimed in on the "iPhone 12 Pro" and is expecting at least some of the new models to have a 120Hz ProMotion display.

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04:19
Facebook ad boycott grows over hate speech, but...

While Twitter is taking increasing action over both hate speech and disinformation, Facebook has taken a much more hands-off approach. We’ve seen criticism of this stance even from early employees, and we’re now seeing a growing Facebook ad boycott …

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04:15
The Morning After: Gucci rolls out its first esports...

Here’s a low-stakes question to get your Friday started: What do you think of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip? Some early adopters out there must have jumped on the company’s second foldable phone, and we want to know how things are going so far. Engadget A...

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04:10
Apple article highlights Swift Student Challenge...

Earlier this year, students from all around the world put their passion, ingenuity, and determination to work crafting Swift playground projects for the WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge. 

Students from 60 different countries and regions brought their talents to the table, using the challenge’s three-minute limit to stretch their imaginations and explore Apple’s frameworks and technologies. The resulting 350 Swift Student Challenge winners have created AR experiences, projects powered by machine learning, educational material, virtual musical instruments, 8-bit games, and more.

Now Apple has offered some of the highlights in an article titled “Changing the world, one Swift playground at a time.”

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04:00
Poq: Apple’s WWDC announcements could ‘revolutionize...

Poq, a Software-as-a-Service platform, says Apple's World Wide Developer Conference announcements on Monday could revolutionize retail apps. The app commerce company claims that the updates Apple is planning to introduce will be a game-changer for retailers, making it easier for shoppers to find, use and interact with a retailer's app.

What do the six key updates mean for retailers and brands? According to Poq:

° App Clips: Apple describes App Clips as a "small part" of the app designed to be discovered the moment it is needed. For retailers, App Clips mean shoppers have the ability to Sign in with Apple and use Apple Pay to quickly make purchases on the go. This isn't all shoppers will be able to do. Through App Clips, shoppers could scan QR codes to get product information in-store, use Apple Messages and using NFC Tags retailers can trigger App Clips to launch at specific locations, for example when...

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04:00
Future Apple Pencils may offer ‘texture simulation...

Future Apple Pencils may offer haptic feedback for “texture simulation,” according to a newly granted Apple patent (number 10,691,209).

The tech giant says a stylus (even though the company has said the Apple Pencil isn't a stylus) could be utilized to provide input by contacting a touch panel of an electronic device. The touch panel may include a touch sensitive surface that provides texture sensations that would make using the ApplePencil to write and draw feel even more like you're using paper rather than a digital device. 

Here’s the summary of the invention: “A stylus can include a housing and a tip. A force-sensing system can detect movement of the tip relative to the housing when a force is applied to the tip. A haptic feedback system can move the tip relative to the housing, for example by inducing a magnetic field in magnetic elements connected to the tip and the housing. 

“The haptic feedback can be used to render...

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03:59
OWC announces Thunderbolt 3 certified, bus-powered...

OWC has announced the OWC Envoy Express, which the company says is the world’s first Thunderbolt 3 certified bus-powered portable storage enclosure. It’s shorter than a ballpoint pen, weighs 3.3 ounces, and is packed in an anodized aluminum pocket-sized enclosure and laptop mounting system .

It allows users to buy a bus-powered Thunderbolt certified enclosure and install their own drive in it. The Envoy Express comes with a slide mount. This surface-safe removable drive holder allows the user to slide the Envoy Express onto the back of a laptop screen for out-of-the-way mobile use convenience. 

You can build the Envoy Express with a new drive for a fast boot drive. Retask an existing drive replaced during an upgrade for added storage and backup capacity. Or, use Envoy Express to regain access to files on a drive removed from an inoperable machine. 

The Envoy Express is built to support sustained data transfer rates up to...

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03:36
Garmin's feature-packed Forerunner 235 GPS...

Garmin might have launched its Forerunner 235 GPS running watch back in 2015, but it’s a feature-packed device that’s stood the test of time. Now, Amazon has it on offer for $140, which is the retailer's lowest price ever. It’s a significant discount...

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03:33
Apple's ARKit 4 anchors 3D reality into real-...

With ARKit 4, Apple is building the foundation for a virtual world of animated, interactive 3D "reality" explorable by anyone with a newer iPhone in their pocket.

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03:30
New ‘MacVoices’ reviews Apple’s WWDC announcements (...

The new episode of MacVoices Live continues the review of the Apple announcements from this week’s Worldwide Developer Conference with a panel of Jeff Gamet, Marina Epelman, Mark Fuccio, Frank Petrie, Jim Rea, Michael T. Rose, Brittany Smith, Brett Terpstra, and Frederick Van Johnson. 

This time, the topics cover AirPods Pro spatial audio and how it works, automatic routing between devices, critical information if you want to install the Big Sur beta, , widgets on iOS14, the hand washing timer, Scribble, taping the back of the iPhone, new Apple Watch faces and dance workouts. 

MacVoices is an Internet show that delivers in-depth discussions with the most influential people in the Mac industry as well as the individuals who are out there making it happen on the front lines of the global Apple community....

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03:15
WWDC 2020: Apple Silicon Macs to include new boot,...

Apple’s Silicon Macs will feature a new system for accessing macOS recovery and security options at startup, per a virtual WWDC session on Wednesday.

While existing Macs include a number of macOS Recovery options at boot-up that are accessed using key combinations. For example, Command-R boots Macs in Recovery mode, and Command-Option-P-R resets the NVRAM. On Apple Silicon Macs, these key combinations are being replaced by an on-screen Startup Manager interface.

For the new architecture, users can hold down the power button to access the new startup screen. This screen will offer recovery options for reinstalling macOS, as well as options to boot as normal, shut down, and restart.

Apple will also be replacing Target Disk Mode, which allows data to be shared between two Macs, with “Mac Sharing Mode.” This will turn the system into an SMB file sharing server, providing another Mac with file-level access to user data. User authentication is required to access the...

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03:15
How to take photos of particular people out of your...

Let’s face it: sometimes you may need to cut someone out of your life—not just in the walking-around world, but in the digital one. Because of the efficiency and ability to collect and store images and videos indefinitely, you can have constant unwanted visual reminders of an ex or exes pervading your media library, or of family members and friends who are no longer in your life. If you’ve lost someone dear, you may also want to remove their images from your Photos library and retain them elsewhere.

This is certainly in part because of Apple’s (and other companies’) desire to help us relive wonderful moments from our past, which can include celebrating past birthdays of people now dead or inviting us to enjoy memories with people from whom we are now sundered.

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03:13
iOS 14 can automatically redirect web links to Apple...

One of the best parts of the Apple News+ subscription is the inclusion of newspapers like The Wall Street Journal. For $9.99 per month, you can access almost all Wall Street Journal content, in addition to the magazines and digital publications. However, accessing those articles is a bit tricky. A new feature in iOS 14 makes it easier for people to take full advantage of their News+ subscription.

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03:00
Apple to reclose 14 Florida-based Apple Store retail...

It’s two steps forward and one step back during a pandemic.

Apple has announced that it will be reclosing 14 of its Florida retail locations on Friday, June 26 due to a recent resurgence of COVID-19 in the state.

The company began reopening select U.S. Apple Store retail locations throughout May with applicable social distancing and hygiene measures. Apple had shuttered of its U.S. retail locations due to the pandemic in March.

Apple’s shuttering of the Florida locations comes on the heels of similar closures in Texas on Wednesday. The week before, Apple re-closed two locations in Florida, as well as nine more in South Carolina, North Carolina and Arizona.

“Due to current Covid-19 conditions in some of the communities we serve, we are temporarily closing stores in these areas. We take this step with an abundance of caution as we closely monitor the situation and we look forward to having our teams and customers back as soon as possible,” Apple said in a...

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03:00
Accell Power Dot surge protector review: A clever...

You can plop your smart speaker in the middle of Accell Power Dot surge protector and have three outlets and four USB ports to power other devices.

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02:05
Amazon acquires self-driving startup Zoox

Amazon has confirmed it acquiring self-driving technology company Zoox, reportedly for over $1.2 billion, according to The Information and The Financial Times. The acquisition would be Amazon’s biggest step into self-driving so far, compared to small...

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01:20
iOS 14's copy and paste detection forces TikTok...

TikTok has rolled out an update that would prevent the app from accessing iOS users’ clipboards, according to The Telegraph. See, iOS 14 comes with a new feature that alerts users if an application is copying and pasting text from their clipboard. A...

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Thursday June 25

23:41
Google is finally adding virtual backgrounds to Meet...

Google has revealed some of the features it’s planning to roll out for educators later this year, as schools consider retaining online classes even if they do reopen. To start with, the tech giant will give Education users the ability to blur or chan...

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21:25
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo completes a...

Virgin Galactic’s repeatedly-delayed plans for commercial spaceflight are drawing closer, after the company completed another glide test at its Spaceport America HQ in New Mexico. The VSS Unity once again released from its mothership at about 50,000...

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19:00
Testing Apple Watch sleep tracking with watchOS 7...

One of the most requested features for Apple Watch is sleep tracking, and with watchOS 7 and iOS 14, Apple is finally bringing it to the table. In true Apple style, it does much more than track when you start and stop sleeping.

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18:46
Mophie and InvisibleShield are making UV sanitizers...

With cellphones being known carriers of germs, and coronavirus prompting all of us to wash our hands and clean the objects around us, it’s no surprise that more UV sanitizers made for phones are hitting the market. Mobile electronics company Zagg is...

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17:52
Mythic Quest cast and crew field questions from...

In a special WWDC 2020 presentation, the stars and creators of Apple TV+ original series Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet answer questions about the show from fans and developers.

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17:48
Here’s a first look at the new Control Center and...

Apple has completely revamped the Mac operating system this year with macOS Big Sur, which also adds some interesting new features to the Mac. macOS Big Sur brings Control Center to the Mac for the first time, and just like on iOS 14, Mac users can have quick access to rich, dynamic widgets. Read on to learn more about Control Center and widgets on macOS Big Sur.

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17:00
Ford's new F-150 is its first with a hybrid V6...

The F-150 is an iconic vehicle — that’s why Elon Musk targeted it while unveiling Tesla’s Cybertruck — and tonight Ford’s taking the wraps off of its latest iteration. Along with being the “most connected” F-150 ever, this 2021 model also marks the d...

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Troubleshooting Startups Will Work Differently in...

There are big changes coming to how you invoke various startup modes on Apple Silicon Macs, but the good news is that you won’t have to remember obscure keyboard combinations.

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15:47
Apple ads win 20 'Pencils' at annual D...

Apple's unique advertising campaigns continue to net industry accolades, with the latest efforts garnering 20 Pencils of varying distinction at this year's Design and Art Direction awards.

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15:45
New iOS 14 feature prompts TikTok to end clipboard...

Massively popular video-sharing app TikTok on Thursday reiterated intent to stop accessing the iOS system clipboard after a new iOS 14 beta feature revealed the app was doing just that.

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15:29
Comcast is the first ISP to join Mozilla's push...

Mozilla’s effort to secure domain name requests now has a major new ally: Comcast. The cable giant’s Xfinity brand has become the first internet provider to provide encrypted DNS services through Mozilla’s Trusted Recursive Resolver program. If you’r...

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15:27
iPadOS 14 tidbits: Multi-window support for Music,...

While iPadOS 14 adds many of the same features as iOS 14, including new widgets and upgrades to Siri, it also includes a few other changes specific to the iPad. iPadOS 14 brings multi-window support to the Apple Music app, as well as Low Power Mode support for the first time. On the other hand, iPadOS 14 also misses out on one of the most useful iOS 14 changes.

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15:22
TikTok to stop reading user clipboards after being...

Apple has reinforced its commitment to privacy with iOS 14, which includes new features to give users more control over what data each app has access to. One of these features is a new banner alert that lets users know if an app is pasting from the clipboard, and this is already exposing the behavior of some popular apps.

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Demographic report on protests shows how much info...

If you marched in recent Black Lives Matter protests in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis or New York, there’s a chance the mobile analytics company Mobilewalla gleaned demographic data from your cellphone use. Last week, Mobilewalla released a repor...

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14:47
Yojimbo 4.5

Significant update to the information organizer that now syncs data using Apple's iCloud service and adds support for Touch ID. ($30 new, free update, 8.0 MB)

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14:47
Apple approves Hey update, invitations no longer...

Apple has approved a new update to the Hey email app that offers free but temporary service to new users, possibly bringing tensions between the two companies to a close.

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14:20
Apple makes another acquisition: IT startup...

Enlarge / The 2020 Retina MacBook Air.

Apple has acquired device-management startup Fleetsmith. The technology and personnel that will join Apple as part of the acquisition could help Apple expand upon device enrollment and introduce better ways to set up new devices like iPads and Macs within organizations.

Fleetsmith's proposition to customers (and Apple) seems perfectly tailored to our times: the company offers a way for organizations to equip remote workers' (or workers otherwise not located in the central office) devices and have those devices automatically registered and set up for enterprise use as soon as they're first turned on. After that, Fleetsmith automatically ensures devices get needed software updates. It also provides IT managers with a dashboard...

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14:10
Safari will soon support web extensions from other...

In macOS Big Sur, Safari will support more types of web extensions and Apple is also going to make it easier to port existing extensions from other browsers.

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13:55
Apple wins 20 Pencils for ad campaigns at D&AD...

AdWeek reports that Apple tallied a total of 20 Pencils for various ad campaigns at this year’s virtual D&AD Awards. Winners of D&AD’s highest honor, the Black Pencil, won’t be announced until September.

The D&AD Awards honor “creative ideas imagined brilliantly, executed beautifully.” Design and Art Direction (D&AD, formerly known as British Design & Art Direction) is a British educational charity which exists to promote excellence in design and advertising. The Pencil is its equivalent of an advertising Academy Award.

The tech giant’s “Bounce” ad for AirPods took home two Yellow and three Graphite Pencils. It also won Best of Show at this year’s ADC Awards.

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13:51
Discord shuts down major 'Boogaloo' server...

Discord is joining the ranks of social internet companies cracking down on “Boogaloo” groups. The chat service has confirmed to Vice News that it shut down one of the largest servers devoted to the group, Citizens of Liberty, after determining that t...

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Apple highlights trio of Swift Student Challenge...

Apple on Thursday once again highlighted some of the winning projects from its annual Swift Student Challenge.

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12:56
Apple's new tools can help developers port...

When Apple detailed macOS Big Sur earlier this week, it spent a lot of time talking about how it redesigned the desktop operating system to make it look more modern. The company also touched on upcoming enhancements to Safari, such as faster webpage...

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12:43
Skydio 2 drone returns to market as major update...

Two major pieces of news in the drone world from Skydio today. First, the drone maker is officially announcing that Skydio 2 production has restarted since pausing for a few months during the COVID-19 shutdown. The super-smart Skydio 2 drone is once again available to order and shipping to customers.

The other announcement is the release of a significant software update for Skydio 2 drones. A new software update released today dramatically increases tracking range, flight features, and charging capabilities.

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12:24
Volvo will use Waymo technology to power its self-...

Volvo’s self-driving car efforts have been most closely associated with Uber, but it’s about to make you rethink that connection. The automaker has formed an alliance that will see Waymo be the exclusive partner for Level 4 self-driving (that is, ful...

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12:13
Apple to close 14 more retail locations in Florida...

Apple is reclosing 14 of its Florida retail locations on Friday, June 26 due to a recent resurgence of COVID-19 in the state.

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12:10
iPadOS 14: Game controller framework expands with...

Following up after a WWDC session covering the expanding game controller support with new options like the Xbox Elite 2 as well as an all-new Game Center in iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS, Apple has shared today that it will be offering the option to build in keyboard, mouse, and trackpad support for iPad games.

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12:07
watchOS 7: Hands-on with native Apple Watch sleep...

After several years of rumors, Apple Watch is adding support for native sleep tracking with this year’s update to watchOS 7. Apple is tying Apple Watch sleep-tracking capabilities in with new iPhone features such as Wind Down and Wake Up for a seamless cross-device experience. Here’s how it works.

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12:01
Here’s What Next for tvOS 14 and HomeKit

Apple’s upcoming tvOS 14 and additions to the company’s HomeKit home automation framework won’t rock your world, but they offer some nice improvements.

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12:00
Hey Email App Open To All After Apple '...

Basecamp's Hey email app is now open to everyone after Apple "definitively approved" it for the App Store. No invite code is required for users to sign up. Engadget reports: Basecamp CTO and co-founder David Heinemeier Hansson tweeted the news today. Hey will not include any in-app purchases (IAP), so Apple will not get its standard 30 percent commission. At first, Apple objected to the fact that users would download the app from the App Store but have to sign up via the web. Apple's policies require that developers use IAP to unlock paid features or functionality in an app. Hey managed to skirt around those rules by offering a free trial option.

Hey is now open to everyone, and it does not require an invite code. The app promises a more organized approach to email, for $99 per year. But perhaps more importantly, Hey is an example of how developers can avoid paying Apple 30 percent of IAP and subscription fees. "Hopefully this paves an illuminated path for approval for other...

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11:46
watchOS 7 FAQ: All the new features you can try out...

It’s not just the iPhone and the Mac that are getting sweet new features in the fall. Apple also unveiled the newest watchOS features that are coming to the Apple Watch, and there are some major changes in store. Here’s everything we know so far.

What are the new features?
Complications

Apple hasn’t unveiled any new watch faces just yet—we assume those are coming with the Series 6 update likely due later this year—but there are major changes coming to the existing faces. You’ll be able to set more than one complication per app, so developers will be able to offer more than just a single option. For example, a weather app could offer complications for temperature, conditions, UV index, and wind speed, which would all be available on the same face.

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11:04
watchOS 7 now enables DRM audio streaming apps with...

watchOS 7 brings important enhancements to the Apple Watch, including sleep tracking, new workouts, and more. What Apple hasn’t mentioned is that the next major update to the Apple Watch operating system also adds support for FairPlay, a technology that enables streaming of DRM-protected content.

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11:04
OWC Envoy Express debuts as “first” bus-powered...

When it comes to Thunderbolt 3 solid state drives, pricing tends to be much higher than those that stick with slower USB 3.x speeds. Thankfully a new solution dubbed OWC Envoy Express is here to turn up the heat on competition while allowing consumers to affordably embrace blazing-fast performance. As “the world’s first Thunderbolt-certified bus-powered” enclosure, OWC Envoy Express operates using a single cable and owners can upgrade to larger NVMe storage as their needs change. Continue reading to learn more. more…

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11:00
9to5Mac Happy Hour 283: WWDC 2020 impressions: iOS...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss Apple’s major WWDC 2020 keynote, including what’s new in iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS Big Sur, and tvOS 14.

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10:30
In-app purchase refund notifications launch for devs...

Apple has brought some big changes to the refund process for in-app purchases including notifications for developers that are live now with seven different options for how to take action. Other changes to the App Store include Family Sharing now being an option for in-app purchase subscriptions, in-app purchases on Apple Watch, and more.

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10:27
Apple's ARM Switch Will Be the End of Boot Camp

Apple has confirmed that switching to its own, ARM-based Apple silicon will signal the end of Boot Camp support. From a report: Apple will start switching its Macs to its own ARM-based processors later this year, but you won't be able to run Windows in Boot Camp mode on them. Microsoft only licenses Windows 10 on ARM to PC makers to preinstall on new hardware, and the company hasn't made copies of the operating system available for anyone to license or freely install. On John Gruber's WWDC Talk Show, Craig Federighi confirmed that Apple would not support Boot Camp on ARM Macs: "We're not direct booting an alternate operating system. Purely virtualization is the route. These hypervisors can be very efficient, so the need to direct boot shouldn't really be the concern."


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10:19
iOS 14: Hands-on with the first CarPlay wallpapers

Apple CarPlay improves every year with software updates for the iPhone. This year is no different with iOS 14 and new features like wallpaper support.

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10:13
How AirPods & AirPods Pro get even better with...

Apple's iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are adding new features and abilities to AirPods and AirPods Pro. AppleInsider breaks down everything new, and how Apple is pushing its flagship wireless earbuds even further ahead of the pack.

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10:01
Apple TV+, CBS All Access users rose in both April...

The surge in users of subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services during the stay-at-home period was not always sustained once people were allowed to move around more freely, according to new research from Strategy Analytics. However, the news was good for Apple’s streaming service.

The report, COVID-19’s Impact on SVOD, surveyed a nationally representative sample of more than 4,000 U.S. adults in March, April and May found that 42% of respondents used Netflix in May, compared to 50% in April and 47% in March. User...

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09:51
IOGEAR Travel Pro USB-C Mini Dock packs a lot of...

The IOGEAR Travel Pro USB-C Mini Dock with a US quarter shown for scale. Image by Steve Sande

Perhaps you’re not doing a lot of business or pleasure travel right now, but you’re anticipating doing so in the near future. It’s always nice to be able to pack a light tech bag by choosing the best accessories, and that’s where IOGEAR’s Travel Pro USB-C Mini Dock ($39.95) can help out.

Design

I have reviewed about a dozen USB-C “travel docks” over the past few years, and they’re all somewhat similar due to the fact that a lot of them come from obscure third-party manufacturers in China. IOGEAR’s Travel Pro USB-C Mini Dock was designed in California, and it’s decidedly different.

It’s tiny. 1.22 x 0.31 x 2.8 inches and weighs just 1.2 ounces. To be that small it doesn’t include a lot of ports that people rarely use, like Gigabit Ethernet or VGA output. It has four ports:

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09:45
Facebook will tell you when you're about to...

Facebook will soon let you know if a link you’re about to post is old news. It's rolling out a notification worldwide starting today, which will pop up when you go to share something more than 90 days old. It should prompt users to think about whethe...

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09:29
A 'Cyberpunk 2077' anime series is coming...

You’ll have more Cyberpunk 2077 lore to look forward to well after the game finally ships. CD Projekt Red and Netflix have revealed Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, an anime series set in the game universe and due in 2022. Details are very scarce, but it’s a...

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09:12
Google's redesigned Photos app includes a map...

Google is overhauling its Photos app for Android and iOS to bring it more in line with the modern realities of photography. Most notably, it includes a map view — you can easily browse all the photos you took on your last vacation (when vacations wer...

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Today’s best deals include $50 off iPad mini, Mac...

Today’s best deals include iPad mini 5 at $50 off, plus up to $300 off Mac mini, and notable price drops on third-party Apple Watch bands. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

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