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Permission for tracking in iOS 14 creates clash with advertisers

Apple and the ad industry are once again in conflict, as ad associations object to the way iOS 14 seeks user permission for tracking ...

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The Reason Apple iPads Don't Have Calculators

Apple's iPad is a versatile computing device that has pretty much anything a user could ever want—except a standard calculator. Here's why.

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No charger or EarPods with iPhone 12, confirms reliable leaker - 9to5Mac

A leaker with a solid track-record has backed reports that the iPhone 12 will ship with no charger or EarPods, reducing costs for Apple and enabling ...

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Apple temporarily re-closes 14 more Florida stores as COVID-19 numbers surge

After closing stores across four states, this was no doubt a bit of an inevitable: Following reporting earlier today, Apple has confirmed that it will be shutting down an additional 14 stores in Florida, joining the two it closed last week. The company se

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Former Intel engineer reveals the truth about the Mac’s switch to Apple Silicon

Apple’s long-rumored switch from Intel chips to Apple Silicon is the biggest Mac shake-up in years. Now, an Intel engineer has revealed exactly why it happened.

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Apple Silicon Macs ditch startup key combos, alter Target Disk Mode | Appleinsider

Apple Silicon Macs are changing some long-time user interface methods, and startup key combinations for restore or Target Disk Mode have been significantly changed.

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Apple will extend the lifespan of your AirPods by choosing when they charge - The Verge

iOS 14, Apple’s latest iPhone operating system, will extend the lifespan of your AirPods by predicting when to finish completely charging them. A similar feature was released previously on iPhones and MacBooks.

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How to use iPhone home screen widgets in iOS 14 - 9to5Mac

This step by step guide with screenshots covers how to use iPhone home screen widgets in iOS 14 to create a truly customized experience.

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Apple will soon let developers challenge App Store rules | TechCrunch

Apple has announced an upcoming change to App Store rules that could mark a major shift in how the marketplace operates. Developers will soon be able to challenge not just the rejection of an app, but the rule that prompted that rejection. Bug fixes will

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Here Are All the New Features Coming to Your Apple Watch

If you want a hint at the big changes coming to the Apple Watch this fall, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote is the event to watch. Kevin Lynch took the main stage today to detail all the updates coming in watchOS 7, which gives us a pretty

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iOS 14 release date, beta, features and supported iPhones | TechRadar

iOS 14 was just confirmed at WWDC 2020 – these are all the features confirmed so far.

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Here's how developers think Apple will handle Mac's switch from Intel to ARM

Apple’s holding its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on Monday, and it’s all virtual this time because of the coronavirus pandemic. Another thing that’s different this time is that everyone’s talking about one thing that’s more important than new iOS

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Rumor: Apple making folding iPhone with separate but 'seamless' screens

As if a supposed leak of iPhone 12 molds today wasn’t enough, another big rumor about upcoming Apple devices has surfaced: The company apparently is apparently working on a foldable iPhone with two separate but ‘fairly continuos’ panels. The rumor comes c

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New Apple Leak Promises Stunning MacBook Pro

The anticipation continues to build ahead of Apple’s upcoming virtual WWDC, and the biggest impact on Apple's future will be with MacOS.

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Apple becomes the first $1.5 trillion U.S. company—despite COVID-19

The company’s huge market valuation may suggest that investors believe Apple will come out stronger post-coronavirus.

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Apple Will Reveal ARM Chip Overhaul for Mac at WWDC 2020

Extensive rumors claim Apple will switch from Intel to ARM processors in its future Macs. That change now seems imminent: it will happen at WWDC in mid-June.

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How to Enable 9 New Free Fonts in macOS Catalina

Apple recently licensed a number of fonts from well-regarded type foundries and has made them available for free in macOS Catalina. Here's how to enable them.

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macOS Catalina 10.15.5 Update Adds Battery Health Management

Today Apple rolled out an update to macOS Catalina that adds a new Battery Health Management tool in the Energy Saver pane of System Preferences.

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Compared: Dell XPS 15 and XPS 17 versus Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro | Appleinsider

Dell's new XPS 15 and XPS 17 lines are a direct competitor to Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro, but are the rival notebooks any match for Apple's top-of-the-range model? On paper, it could be too close to call.

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Apple Sneaks COVID-19 Contact Tracing into Latest Phone Update

If you install updates on your phone without reading the details then you might get an unwanted surprise. The latest involves contact tracking technology. Contact tracing technology, in theory, will notify users when they have entered the presence of a pe

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How to Set Up Face ID to Work With a Face Mask

In the course of a few months, most of us have become used to wearing a mask when outside our home or business. Here's how to get Face ID to work with it on!

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To fight COVID-19, your iPhone will share medical info during emergency calls

If you haven’t filled out the Health app’s Medical ID feature, there’s no better time.

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Here’s why an affordable 5G iPhone is the only right move for Apple | VentureBeat

Apple is supposedly planning an entry-level 5G iPhone at an aggressive price point. There are good reasons this should happen, and China is one of them.

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The Real Reason Apple Made the iPhone SE So Cheap

Over the past few years, Apple has methodically pivoted its business strategy away from getting you to replace your iPhone as frequently as possible. Instead, it’s maximizing the money it makes in a…

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Apple reportedly delaying production of its 2020 iPhones

Apple is reportedly delaying production of this year's iPhones, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on businesses around the world.

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Apple strongly denies that iPhone Mail vulnerabilities have been exploited

A security company which discovered iPhone Mail vulnerabilities claimed that they have been 'widely exploited' in real-world attacks. Apple has now denied

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Apple and Google build more privacy and flexibility into Bluetooth contact tracing tech | VentureBeat

Apple and Google will bring more privacy and public health official control for Bluetooth contact tracing apps. An early iOS version is due out Tuesday.

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Why You Shouldn’t Charge Your MacBook Pro From The Left-Hand Side

A new piece of research claims that plugging in a MacBook Pro charger on the left-hand side of the device can cause the laptop to run hot, potentially affecting its performance

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Apple is gathering data from Apple Maps to show how well people are social distancing

Apple said it wants to help public health authorities and governments figure out whether social distancing guidelines are being followed but that it won't infringe on any individual's privacy.

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Apple launches informative COVID-19 app and website screener in partnership with FEMA and CDC

Apple is launching a new app and website to help inform Americans about how to stay safe and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Apple partnered with the CDC, FEMA, and the Coronavirus Task Force to develop the COVID-19 app and website. Read More

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The new iPad Pro isn’t a laptop replacement. It’s better than that

This new batch of iPad Pros finally shows that the tablet approaching its full potential

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Apple’s Siri voice assistant now provides coronavirus advice - The Verge

Apple has updated Siri to provide information to people who are concerned they have COVID-19. Users can ask the voice assistant "Do I have coronavirus?" and it will offer advice based on the severity of the symptoms.

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Apple Offers Free Books and Audiobooks to Users in U.S. for Limited Time Only

Apple Books today sent out a push notification highlighting free books and audiobooks available to users for a limited time only. This appears to be...

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iPhone 11 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: Important differences to help you decide which one to buy

We compare the specs and features of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro to help you choose the best Apple phone.

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If your 3rd-gen iPad Air has a faulty screen, Apple might fix it for free

Some iPad Airs last year will develop a blank screen problem – but Apple will take care of it for you.

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Apple: Rejecting coronavirus apps that aren’t from health organizations

"Apps with information about current medical information need to be submitted by a recognized institution," Apple said in a screenshot seen by CNBC.

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Apple to pay up to $500 million to settle U.S. lawsuit over slow iPhones

Apple has agreed to pay up to $500 million to settle litigation accusing it of quietly slowing down older iPhones as it launched new models, to induce owners to buy replacement phones or batteries.

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iPhone 12 leak reveals a next-gen feature that’s never been in a smartphone before

We still have six months to go before Apple releases its new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro lineup. That's a long time to wait, but there's already more hype surrounding Apple's next-generation flagship iPhone models than any other smartphone in 2020.

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22 New Features & Changes for iPhone in iOS 13.4

So far, iOS 13's major point updates have all been pretty exciting for iPhone. We've seen iOS 13.1, 13.2, and 13.3 come and go, offering more than 60 new features and changes combined to that very first version of iOS 13. While iOS 13.3.1 was a minor upda

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Leak reveals launch timing for a brand new product unlike anything Apple has made before

There's really no question at this point that 2020 is shaping up to be an extremely busy year for Apple, and much of the focus from fans is on one product line in particular. Needless to say, we're talking about Apple's iPhone lineup.

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10 Tips for Mastering Apple Calendar

Whether you use Apple Calendar on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, these simple tricks can make your life more efficient, productive, and organized.

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Apple Music now groups different versions of the same albums - The Verge

Apple Music has tweaked the way it organizes different versions of the same album. Now, if you tap on an album in Apple Music, any alternate versions will appear below the tracklist in a section called "Other Versions."

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If Apple’s 5G iPhone plans are still fluid, it’s in for quite a ride

A new report claims that Apple's still tinkering with antenna options for its 5G iPhones, which if accurate could lead to last-minute cellular speed issues.

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iOS 13.4 May Allow iPhone, Apple Watch to Serve as Car Keys

The CarKey API, spotted by 9to5Mac in the first iOS 13.4 beta, will allow iPhone and Apple Watch owners to use the devices as car keys for compatible vehicles.

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Steve Jobs' personality changed after Apple's success, Wozniak says

The Apple co-founders viewed money very differently, Wozniak says in a podcast interview.

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Apple and Google’s location privacy controls are working

As users opt out of tracking en masse, advertisers will have to make do with limited location data.

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Today’s top deals: Rare AirPods Pro deal, $5 smart plugs, $29 Roku, $19 portable Apple Watch charger, iPhone 11 cases, more

We dug up tons of killer daily deals for you to check out on Thursday, but the star of the show is definitely a rare Amazon sale that drops the AirPods Pro back down to Black Friday's price.

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Google finds Apple Safari anti-tracking feature actually enabled tracking

Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention technology posed risks to privacy and security, a research paper concluded.

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7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on January 20th – BGR

We started our week off by digging through hundreds of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale. Want to know why? It's so that you don't have to. We did all the hard work for you and came up with a list of the seven best premium iOS apps that are all available

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This brilliant hidden iPhone feature shows one of iOS’s biggest advantages over Android – BGR

Younger smartphone fans might not have even been using a cell phone long enough to realize this, but there actually was a time in the smartphone industry before Apple's iOS platform and Google's Android platform dominated the industry.

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Behold: The foldable iPhone of your dreams

With rumors surrounding Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series starting to pick up, we’ve been learning new tidbits about the phones every week. We know the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPh…

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Caramel Apple Poke Cake - My Baking Addiction

Caramel Apple Poke Cake is super simple to make. The caramel drizzle and toffee bits make it irresistible. This is the perfect dessert for fall!

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Caramel Apple Pecan Dump Cake | Just A Pinch Recipes

This caramel apple pecan dump cake is easy to make and only requires 4 ingredients. Try this delicious dessert that is perfect for the holidays!

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Apple's App Store appeals process would make 'Kafka blush,' entrepreneur tells Congress

The entrepreneurs focused on Apple's App Store, which is the only way for most people to install software on an iPhone.

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How to trade in your MacBook, macOS desktop, iPhone, or iPad - The Verge

If you want to trade in your Apple device, be it an iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer, we’ve run through the steps required to get the best return back on your investment.

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Apple to replace faulty Smart Battery Cases for iPhone XS, XS Max, XR

Apple launched a replacement program for defective Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. A problem involving batteries may sound alarming at it calls to mind exploding smartphones, but Apple clarified that the defects do not

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An Apple store Genius shows how the iPad Pro can't replace a PC

Is this truly the post-PC era? The evidence of this man's Apple store visit suggests it hasn't quite arrived yet.

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The 11 best apps for your new Mac - The Verge

We’ve compiled a list of some of the best software available for Apple’s Mac, from email and shortcut apps to window organizers and multimedia players. Airmail 3, Alfred, Bear, LastPass, Todoist, Tweetdeck, and VLC are just a handful of the apps that

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More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Design Exposed

Apple's iPhone 12 design appears to have leaked for the first time, and it's not good news.

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iPhone 12 Shock As Six ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

Apple's stunning (and surprisingly large) new range of iPhones has been revealed...

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Apple Preaches Privacy. Here's Why Your iPhone Is Tracking Your Location Anyway

Ultra-wideband technology enables some pretty cool features, but it also means that your phone is always tracking you. 

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Apple Issues New Warning For Millions Of iPhone Users

Apple has warned users its iPhones are performing secret background checks they might feel uncomfortable about...

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3 new Apple Maps features you should try now -- and how to use them

These new features help turn Apple Maps from a laughable Google Maps replacement to an app that can stand on its own.

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Apple Black Friday 2019: Here Are The Best New Deals

The best Apple Black Friday 2019 deals with new savings on AirPods, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Macs, the Apple Watch and Beats By Dre headphones...

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8 paid iPhone apps you can get for free on November 7th – BGR

This is as big of a collection of free apps as we've found in weeks, and there are some quality download here as well. If you're up for a quick gaming session, need to edit some photos, or want to put your top contacts into a convenient widget, we've got

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Apple’s Radical New iPhone Suddenly Takes Shape

Apple's biggest iPhone redesign in years has suddenly taken shape...

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Old iPhone users must update software in order to access web, emails and more, Apple warns - ABC News

Apple warns that those still using an iPhone 5 must update their iOS or lose access to many apps and the app store.

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HomePod update adds multi-user support and music handoffs

Apple just made the HomePod considerably more useful for whole households, albeit somewhat later than expected. It accompanied the release of iOS 13.2 with a c...

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How to (mostly) remove annoying Memoji from the iMessage keyboard

Because Memoji keep appearing in the "FREQUENTLY USED" section of the iMessage keyboard even though you've never used them.

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Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Computers (And We're Paying For It Right Now) | Inc.

Sometimes, entrepreneurs can be taken over by wishful thinking. Even the great ones.

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How to Geotag a Photo in the macOS Photos App

Geotagging allows you to add geographical identification metadata to photographs right in macOS's Photos app – even if your camera didn't. Here's how!

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7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 10th – BGR

We've got some terrific paid iPhone and iPad apps for you to check out on Thursday that are all on sale for free. We had to dig through hundreds of apps to find them, but these seven iOS apps represent the best premium apps of the day that are available a

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Apple pulls police-tracking app used by Hong Kong protesters after consulting authorities

Apple Inc has removed an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements, saying it was used to ambush law enforcement - a move that follows sharp criticism of the U.S. tech giant by a Chinese state newspaper for allowing the software.

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Your Mac Doesn't Want to Empty the Trash? Make It!

Ever tried to empty the trash on your Mac, only to be told that "Operation can't be completed because the item [file name] is in use?" Force it to delete!

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Surface Pro 7 vs. iPad Pro: Can Microsoft's top 2-in-1 take on Apple's high-powered tablet?

Microsoft souped up the Surface Pro 7 with new processors and graphics, while the iPad Pro has new powers with iPadOS.

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New ‘unpatchable’ iPhone exploit could allow for permanent jailbreaking - The Verge

A newly announced iOS exploit could lead to a permanent, unblockable jailbreak on hundreds of millions of iPhones, according to researcher axi0mX who discovered it. Dubbed "checkm8," the exploit is a bootrom vulnerability that could give hackers deep acce

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Apple Issues Warning For Millions Of iPad, iPhone Users

Apple has confirmed that millions of iPhones and iPads are at risk in iOS 13...

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iPadOS: The 11 best features coming to your iPad on September 24 - Business Insider

Apple's iPadOS software update for the iPad will bring several new features that make it a better laptop replacement when it launches on September 24.

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Thank you so much, Google, for giving us the iPhone 11’s most incredible new feature – BGR

Hardcore Android fans will deny it until they're blue in the face for some reason, but Android exists as it does today because of Apple. It's true — after acquiring Android, Google was building out the mobile operating system as a terrible copy of Black

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Just Upgraded to iOS 13? Start with These 8 Tips

Apple today released iOS 13, the newest version of the software that's designed to run on the iPhone. Apple's yearly software updates always...

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Disney CEO Bob Iger: I believe if Steve Jobs were still alive, we might have combined with Apple

Disney CEO Bob Iger writes in his autobiography that he believes he would have discussed combining Disney with Apple had Steve Jobs lived.

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Apple iPhone 11 review: the phone most people should buy - The Verge

Apple’s new iPhone 11 offers the best cameras on a phone, terrific battery life, faster processors, and a $50 cheaper starting price for only $699. What’s not to love?

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Apple's revised policy for kids' apps allows devs to collect anonymized data and display ads

Apple has revised its App Store Review Guidelines with regards to kids apps and its upcoming single sign-on feature Sign in with Apple.

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Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max hands-on — flagship smartphones without 5G

Apple launched its flagship smartphones today, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. These smartphones take camera technology to a new level.

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Apple iPhone event 2019: the biggest announcements - The Verge

A lot happened at Apple’s fall 2019 hardware event. As expected, the iPhone 11 Pro stole the show, but Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, the new 10.2-inch iPad, the colorful iPhone 11, and the Apple Watch Series 5 also caught our attention. Let’s run through t

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iPhone 11 Shock As 'All-New' Apple iPhone Revealed

Apple's iPhone 11 looks set to be blown away by this stunning device...

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Apple Touch ID could return to iPhones in 2020 with an updated touchscreen

Apple's new series of 2019 iPhones are on their way, with an impending possible reveal for next week on September 10. Before anyone can even get properly excited about their launch, however, Bloomberg is already on the ball, spilling tea on some of…

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New iPhone Hack Shock For 1 Billion Apple Users As Attacker Is Revealed

Days from the launch of iPhone 11, news has emerged of the likely culprit​ behind the massive iPhone hack. And serious questions around iPhone security remain unanswered.

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Google says iPhone security flaws let websites hack away for years

Malicious sites installed a "monitoring implant" that compromised personal data on iPhones that simply visited them, according to security researchers.

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Dark Days Are Closing In On Apple

Unless Apple can pull off another iPod/iPhone/iPad megahit, its best days are gone.

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This $11 screwdriver set handles your Apple gear, Android devices, and just about everything else – BGR

The ORIA 25-in-1 Magnetic Screwdriver Set is pretty much a must-have for anyone who owns an iPhone. Or an Android phone. Or a computer. Or pretty much anything else on the planet that's held together with tiny little screws.

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5 iPhone settings to change now

If the last time you really messed with your settings was when iPhones still had home buttons, then you're probably missing out.

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Apple reportedly launching new iPhone Pro and iPads with better cameras, 16-inch MacBook Pro and new AirPods | TechCrunc

Apple is getting ready for its usual fall iPhone launch event, which is rumored to be happening September 10, though the event hasn’t been officially confirmed this year. A new report from Bloomberg offers a preview of the lineup of hardware products Ap

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More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Upgrades Exposed

Thought you knew everything about Apple's new iPhones? You're wrong...

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7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on August 7th – BGR

Samsung might have the floor today since it's announcing its new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphones, but we still have a little something in store for all the Apple fans out there: paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free! You'll fi

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Apple's Shock iPhone Redesign Suddenly Makes Sense

Apple's most exciting iPhone redesign is happening a year earlier than expected...

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Check Out These Cool Alternatives to Your iPhone's Default Apps | Digital Trends

If you feel like a change, then you can always switch some of your iPhone's default apps for interesting alternatives -- there are many options. We take a look at what happens when you remove a native app and suggest a few cool alternatives to your iPhone

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Apple’s future iPhone might add a time-of-flight camera — here’s what it could do - The Verge

We’re still a few months away from Apple’s 2019 iPhones, but rumors have already started for next year’s models, with the ever-reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claiming in his latest report that two of the 2020 iPhones will feature a rear time-of

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Apple Siri Eavesdropping Puts Millions Of Users At Risk

Apple is employing contractors to listen to Siri conversations, it has been confirmed. However, the voice assistant is picking up private conversations including people talking to their doctor, drug deals and sexual encounters. Here’s what to do.

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Trump says he won't exempt Apple's Mac Pro parts from China tariffs - CNN

Apple would like to avoid paying additional tariffs if the Trump administration escalates its trade war with China. President Donald Trump has thrown cold water on Apple's hopes.

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Video shows why Apple doesn’t allow in-store replacement of swollen batteries - 9to5Mac

Apple carries out a number of iPhone repairs in-store these days, but there is one fault that stores are forbidden from touching, and that’s swollen batteries. There’s just too high a risk that these will be accidentally punctured during disassembly or re

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Apple denies favoring its own apps in App Store search results

A new investigation by The Wall Street Journal has revealed that the company's own mobile apps are often first in App Store search results ahead of competitors.

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7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on July 23rd – BGR

Did you miss our roundup on Monday of the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free? Well, there are actually still a few freebies left in there so definitely go back and have a look if you missed it.

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Apple just released iOS 12.4 for the iPhone and iPad – BGR

It might not be quite as exciting as Apple's iOS 13 beta, but the company just pushed out a new software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. iOS 12.4 comes about two months after the initial release of iOS 12.3, and it mainly focuses on bug f

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The iPhone 11 rumors are starting to take shape - CNET

A real-life look at what Apple's 2019 iPhone could look like, based on the latest rumors, and a detailed look at that camera bump.

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New video shows Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 models like never before – BGR

There are at least half a dozen new flagship Android smartphones set to be released in the coming months, and each one is more exciting than the last. We've got the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 coming in just a few weeks, and Huawei's next-generatio

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Apple Watch user says Emergency SOS helped save him - 9to5Mac

A Chicago man credits the Apple Watch's Emergency SOS feature with helping save him from drowning after a jet ski accident.

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Apple Backs Down; Parental Control App OurPact Returned to App Store | Digital Trends

Controversial parental control app OurPact has returned to the iOS App Store. In April this year, Apple removed a number of parental control apps which used a technology called Mobile Device Management that allows access to user location, app use, email a

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If iGlasses are truly on ice, Apple's 2020 will be dull but lucrative | VentureBeat

Critics often conflate Apple's innovations with success, but in reality, the company's sales aren't as dependent on new product categories as on iteration.

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Report: Apple starting production of new 10.2-inch iPad in July, 16-inch MacBook Pro coming in fall - 9to5Mac

The rumors around the redesigned 16-inch MacBook Pro continue to flow in. A report today via Economic Daily News suggests that the new laptop will enter mass production in the fourth quarter. The previously-rumored 10.2-inch iPad is also apparently on the

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What Was Your First iTunes Download?

As we prepare for iTunes’s ascent to the great trash bin in the sky, let us remember it for what it truly was: a documented library of our most embarrassing music choices.

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The 10 most exciting hidden iPhone features in iOS 13 – BGR

Apple spent plenty of time on stage during its WWDC 2019 keynote presentation earlier this week discussing all of the biggest new features it added to iOS 13.

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How Ridiculous Is Apple's $1,000 Monitor Stand, Really?

At $5,000, Apple’s new Pro Display XDR definitely ain’t cheap, but with a 32-inch screen, 6K resolution, full HDR support (with a ridiculous peak brightness of 1600 nits), and color reproduction that some are claiming is better than OLED, you can sort of

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Siri gets a better voice and new AirPods and HomePod features | VentureBeat

Apple's Siri got a series of enhancements today including a more expressive voice and the ability to quickly send SMS messages with AirPods.

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Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon face House Judiciary Committee antitrust probe - CNN

The House Judiciary committee said Monday it is launching a "top-to-bottom" antitrust investigation of the tech industry, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.

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Apple will reportedly limit third-party tracking in kids apps

As tech companies grapple with safety and privacy concerns, Apple will reportedly limit third-party tracking in kids apps starting next week. While the company...

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Apple is finally going to put iTunes out of its misery

A little more than 18 years after Steve Jobs first introduced Apple’s iTunes software at the 2001 Macworld Expo in San Francisco, pointing to a “music revolution” that was underwa…

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iPhone 11 rumors: Price, specs, features and everything else we know - CNET

What will we learn about the next generation iPhone when WWDC starts on June 3?

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Apps Are Using Background App Refresh to Send Data to Tracking Companies

When Background App Refresh is enabled, some iOS apps are using the feature to regularly send data to tracking companies, according to a privacy...

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Interview with Apple's former App Store approval chief offers fascinating insight into the review process - 9to5Mac

A new interview with Apple’s former head of App Store approvals published today by Bloomberg takes an in-depth look at the app review process over the last decade and the team behind it. The wide-ranging conversation covers the early days from 2009, the g

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Stunning new video shows off Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 design – BGR

There's no such thing as a surprise anymore in the smartphone industry. There are simply too many hands in the pie and too much hype surrounding big smartphone launches. As a result, there's no way that all the people involved with building flagship smart

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Apple to warn iPhone users about update impact - BBC News

The tech giant must tell customers if a software update will slow down their iPhone, UK regulator has said.

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The 9 Best iPhone Tricks That Are Actually Useful | Inc.

We depend on our smartphones for a lot, but you probably had no idea it could do some neat, and useful, tricks.

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A BMW outage made Apple CarPlay unusable

BMW owners in both the US and UK have been locked out of Apple's CarPlay interface on their vehicles due to system-wide outages of ConnectedDrive. 9to5Mac repor...

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How the Apple store lost its 'wow' factor | AdAge

Current and former employees say brand building became more important than serving shoppers

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New Bloomberg report leaks dozens of new features coming to iOS 13 – BGR

Apple's upcoming iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R have been leaking left and right over the past few weeks, so they have dominated the conversation among tech enthusiasts.

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Some users unable to download or update App Store apps, faced with endless iTunes terms and conditions prompts - 9to5Mac

Some sizeable number of people are experiencing an issue with the App Store at the moment. On an affected account, when attempting to download a pending app update or a whole new app, users are pre…

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Apple's Radical New iPhone Suddenly Takes Shape

Apple is openly building a folding iPhone in public, and this design shows why it is worth getting excited about...

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Sour Cream Apple Cake

Just the right combination of sweet, tangy, moist and delicious, this yummy apple cake becomes an instant favorite at any table. It's not too sweet and incredibly moist, thanks to the sour cream in the batter, and the tart apple-cinnamon flavor wins over

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Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time coming to the Mac - 9to5Mac

Apple is working on bringing the Mac and iOS closer together with the introduction of macOS 10.15 and iOS 13. Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time, and more are expected to be unveiled for Mac during its Wo…

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The Apple-Qualcomm Deal Reaffirms The Value Of IP And Technology Leadership

The settlement is a huge win for the U.S. patent system and all IP holders because one of the key arguments in Apple’s lawsuit and implied in the FTC’s lawsuit is that non-essential patents are worthless.

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How Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung treat your voice data | VentureBeat

Microsoft, Apple, Samsung, Amazon, and Google traffic in lots of voice data, but they handle it differently. Here's what you need to know.

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Apple may switch iMac, iPad, and MacBook to colorful mini LED screens | VentureBeat

A relatively recent display technology will reportedly bridge the gap between older LCD and expensive OLED for larger Apple device displays.

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Skillet Apple Pie Biscuits

 These "easy as pie" Skillet Apple Pie Biscuits are a weekend breakfast treat for my family.  The preparation is incredibly simple using apple pie filling, cinnamon sugar, lots of butter and fluffy biscuits. They're good enough for

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Apple May Be Planning to Break Up iTunes With New Music and Podcast Apps for Mac - MacRumors

With the launch of macOS 10.15, Apple may be planning to release separate Music and Podcasts apps for the Mac, according to developer Steve...

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College students allegedly scammed Apple out of nearly $1M in iPhone replacements - The Verge

Two Chinese engineering students in Oregon allegedly scammed Apple out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in iPhone replacements and are now facing criminal charges in federal court, as first reported by The Oregonian. Authorities allege the students pul

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Report: Apple to release three OLED iPhones in 2020, featuring new screen sizes from 5.42- to 6.67-inches

According to Digitimes this morning, Apple is laying the groundwork in the supply chain to launch three new iPhones in 2020 featuring OLED displays. The current flagship lineup offers OLED screens …