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Apple employees knew that if Steve Jobs turned off his iPhone, it meant one thing – BGR

Most of us, when we think of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, probably fixate on the stereotype of him as a detail-obsessed quasi-workaholic, whose near-mania when it came to the seemingly tiniest details brought about world-changing products like the iP

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Here’s more fodder for the Apple vs. Android debate – BGR

Ahead of Apple CEO Tim Cook participating in an interview with The New York Times' Kara Swisher released on Monday -- an interview which generated tons of news headlines, thanks to Cook discussing everything from Facebook to Parler, Elon Musk, privacy, iO

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iPhone 13 is going to be worth the wait: All the major upgrades we're looking forward to

There's a lot of iPhone 13 speculation already, and if Apple delivers on these rumored features, we're in for a treat.

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15 iPhone settings you'll wonder why you didn't change sooner

From Face ID working with a facial covering to Do Not Disturb and longer battery life, all are instantly achievable on your iPhone with some quick settings changes.

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5 Simple Tips for Organizing the Apps on Your iPhone

These will help you eliminate the digital clutter and be more productive.

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Apple completely transformed its AirPods 3 – and the new design just leaked

If history is any guide, Apple might be days away from unveiling its first new products of 2021. Looking back, Apple's last spring event took place on March 25th, 2019.

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Apple must face consumer privacy lawsuit in open court, judge rules

Apple has been denied an effort to move a consumer privacy lawsuit to private arbitration today. The case involves customer complaints against Apple and T-Mobile over iMessage and FaceTime not being as secure as they’re marketed. Reported by Bloomberg, th

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Apple releases important iPhone, iPad, Mac and Watch security patches | TechCrunch

The tech giant said the security updates are "important" and are "recommended for all users."

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Apple Launches Service for Transferring iCloud Photos and Videos to Google Photos

Apple this week introduced a new service that's designed to make it quick and easy for iCloud users to transfer their stored photos and videos to...

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How to Use Your iPhone's Hidden Sleep Timer to Fall Asleep to Music

Apple's native Clock app in iOS has a hidden feature that allows you to go to bed at night with audio playing on your iPhone and it will...

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iPhone 13 release date: When can we expect to see the new phones?

It may seem like the iPhone 12 just came out, but Apple is already looking towards the iPhone 13. Here's what we know about a potential release date.

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How to Turn the Apple Logo on the Back of Your iPhone Into a Customizable Button

PSA: You can program the Apple logo on the back of your iPhone to perform all sorts of tasks at the tap of your finger.

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The best features to look forward to in Apple’s iOS 14.5 update

Apple is introducing exciting new features with iOS 14.5 including Face ID compatibility while wearning a mask and default music service choice for Siri

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What to do with old/dying AirPods – replacements, recycling

This guide looks at what you can do with old/dying AirPods to replace them with Apple and third-parties, how to recycle them, and more.

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Apple versus Facebook on ad-tracking: Harvard sides with Apple

We've seen an increasingly heated Apple versus Facebook battle over the upcoming App Tracking Transparency feature, which will require app ...

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Apple’s next iOS 14 beta will begin forcing developers to ask for permission to track you - The Verge

Apple’s planned privacy feature requiring developers ask iOS device owners for permission to track them for ad targeting is at last going live in the next iOS 14 beta, with a planned full release some time this spring for non-beta users. Called App Tracki

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Apple urges iPhone, iPad users to update operating system immediately after security flaws 'may have been actively exploited’

The security flaws impact the iPhone 6s and later, the iPad Air 2 and later, the iPad mini 4 and later, and the iPod touch (7th generation).

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iOS 14.4 update fixes iPhone security bugs, so it’s best to install it ASAP

Apple’s latest update for iPhones and iPads fixes major security flaws that the company says were potentially "actively exploited." Users should update to iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 as soon as they’re able.

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Apple faces yet another lawsuit over throttling iPhones - The Verge

A consumer advocacy group in Europe has filed the latest lawsuit against Apple saying the company intentionally throttled older iPhones in Italy. The suit seeks €60 million in compensation, about €60 per device.

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Your phone’s home screen can hold more than just apps. Here’s what else you should add.

You spend a lot of each day staring at your phone's home screen, so it better be a good one.

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Best iPhone apps to enhance your experience with Apple Music

Check out the best iOS apps that bring unique features to enhance your experience with Apple Music on iPhone.

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Apple car will launch later than we thought, report claims

A new report Apple might not launch its rumored electric, self-driving car before 2025-2027, and possibly even later than that.

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Here’s a Simple Way to Mark the 100 Texts You Haven’t Yet Read as ‘Read’ on Your iPhone

Unsubscribing from text alerts and leaving group messages might be a good long-term solution to your unread text problem—but here’s a quicker fix.

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Apple Just Gave Millions Of Users A Reason To Keep Their iPhones

Apple has revealed it is working to fix perhaps the biggest omission from iPhones and iPads...

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Apple’s Massive iPhone 13 Upgrades Suddenly Confirmed

New changes Apple's next-generation iPhones have been revealed, and you will like them a lot...

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How to check iOS app privacy details for iPhone and iPad

This detailed guide with screenshots walks through how to check iOS app privacy details, what they are, and where to find them.

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Facebook Attacks Apple Software Changes in Newspaper Ads

Facebook Inc. lashed out at Apple Inc. in a series of full-page newspaper ads, claiming the iPhone maker’s coming mobile software changes around data gathering and targeted advertising are bad for small businesses.

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Back Tap: Automate Your Life with this Handy iOS 14 Feature

Exploring the features of a new OS release is like visiting a part of the world you’ve never seen before. One feature I recently discovered in iOS 14

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iOS 14 problems: here's how to fix the most common iPhone glitches in iOS 14.2

iOS 14 introduced a ton of new features, and a bunch of gnarly bugs, too – here's all the problems we've seen, along with any fixes or workarounds to solve them.

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How to Customize a Start Page in macOS Big Sur’s Safari

You can customize the new start page in macOS Big Sur’s Safari to make it your own by setting a background image and selecting which sections are displayed.

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Apple might have one final hardware surprise in store for 2020 – BGR

Apple might be preparing to announce a new product on Tuesday, December 8th. A leaked memo reveals that Apple is telling technicians to prepare for AppleCare-related changes next Tuesday at 5:30 a.m. PT. Apple last this request right before the iPhone 12

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14 essential Siri time-savers you may have overlooked

Your iPhone’s virtual assistant can help you find a gas station, split a check, convert measurements, and more—all with a minimum number of taps.

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Apple announces best App Store apps and games of 2020

Apple today announced the winners of the 2020 App Store Best award, which recognizes outstanding apps and games for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac. The company also shared its traditional list of the most popular apps of 2020. Best Apps of 2

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Epic confident in its lawsuit against Apple, asks courts to "restrain" Apple from adverse action

In the latest development between Epic Games and Apple, Epic is once again petitioning the courts to allow Fortnite to return to the iOS App Store. Epic has previously sought a similar injunction, but so far, the courts have only…

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Install iOS 14, iPadOS 14 on your iPhone and iPad now. Everything to know and do - CNET

Apple's latest updates bring a new home screen experience, enhanced privacy features and more. Here's how you can download and install them right now.

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How to enable automatic spam call blocking on iPhone

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Spam calls are a menace in any country. Don’t you hate it someone calls you to offer a car loan when you don’t even o

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Here are the best AirPods deals you can get right now - The Verge

If you’re looking for a deal on AirPods, be it the second-generation AirPods with a wireless charging case or Apple’s AirPods Pro truly wireless earbuds with noise cancellation, we’ve pulled together the best sale prices.

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Why iOS 14's Picture in Picture feature will transform your iPhone experience

The iPhone now has one of Android's beloved features, and we'll show you how to use it.

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Apple Lobbies Congress To Weaken Bill Banning Use Of Chinese Slaves To Make iPhones

Apple, a pioneer in the world of digital censorship and progressive virtue signalling, has dispatched a team of lobbyists to

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Apple to pay $113M settlement over its iPhone 'batterygate' slowdowns

The settlement involves the 2017 revelation that Apple was purposely slowing older phones when their batteries began to degrade.

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iPhone 13 Pro leak reveals the phone’s most important upgrade – BGR

Apple is reportedly bringing its LTPO display technology to the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. Low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) technology allows for more power-efficient displays, which means the next iPhone models might have better battery li

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Apple releases iOS 14.2 with new emoji and wallpapers, HomePod Intercom support, more

After releasing the Release Candidate version last week, iOS 14.2 is now available to all iPhone users. Apple has also released iPadOS 14.2 as well as iOS 12.4.9 for older devices. iOS 14.2 includes a variety of changes and new features, including over 10

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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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Apple announces Apple Silicon Mac special event for November 10 | AppleInsider

In a virtual invite sent out on Monday, Apple has announced that it is having a "One more thing" event on November 10, at 1:00 PM Eastern Time.

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Apple Quietly Made a Big Change to AppleCare and It's Very Good News For iPhone Owners

The iPhone maker increased the number of accidental damage incidents covered under its extended warranty program.

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iPhone sales fell 20% ahead of iPhone 12 launch, but Apple isn't worried

Company executives expect dramatic increases in sales this holiday season. But questions remain about the impact the coronavirus might have.

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Apple search crawler activity could signal a Google competitor, or a bid to make Siri a one-stop-shop | TechCrunch

Encouraged by the spate of antitrust activity brewing in both the Justice Department and on Capitol Hill, Apple may be developing a search competitor to Google, according to a report in the Financial Times. That would be a move ripe with irony as the push

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iPhone 12 vs. Pro and Pro Max: The features that might convince you to go Pro

Do you really need an iPhone 12 "Pro" model or is the regular iPhone 12 enough?

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9 Things Nobody Told You About The iPhone 12

Nine little nuggets of iPhone 12 info you won't have seen before.

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This dongle can upgrade you to wireless CarPlay for cheap | AppleInsider

Wireless CarPlay is still scarce, but there is a way for existing CarPlay users to break free of wires inexpensively, and we've been testing it for months now.

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Looking to buy a new iPhone 12? Here are 6 questions to ask before you pre-order one

Power, speed, camera, video and finally, which model are the key questions to ask. We look to help you answer them.

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The HomePod Mini fail: How Apple got almost everything wrong

If Apple wants me to replace all of my speakers, it needs to offer a complete entertainment system package, not just a connected speaker for listening to music. Apple TV, where are you?

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iPhone 12 vs. iPhone 11: Everything Apple changed and who should upgrade

Here's how the iPhone 12 compares with the iPhone 11 -- and whether you should upgrade.

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Here’s everything Apple announced at its “Hi, Speed” iPhone event today | TechCrunch

Just shy of one month after their last event, Apple was back today with another one. Everyone had a pretty good feeling this would be the one where they announced this year’s new iPhone… instead, Apple announced four new iPhones, plus a new HomePod for go

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The Surprising Link Between Star Wars' Stormtroopers and Apple's Earbuds

Apple’s sleek white earbuds look suspiciously similar to Star Wars' stormtrooper uniforms—and it’s not a coincidence.

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What to expect from Apple’s iPhone 12 event - The Verge

Apple’s "Hi, Speed" fall event kicks off Tuesday at 1PM ET. The company is widely expected to reveal its new iPhone 12 lineup of smartphones, but rumored products like AirTags, AirPods Studio, and a smaller HomePod could be shown as well.

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Amazon’s 5 best Apple deals ahead of tomorrow’s iPhone 12 event – BGR

After a delay of about a month, Apple will finally take the wraps off its new iPhone 12 series lineup on Tuesday. Amazon is hosting several big Apple sales ahead of tomorrow's event. Highlights include AirPods Pro for $199, AirPods 2 for $124.

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Apple iOS 14 Has 25 Great Secret Features

Apple iOS 14 is a massive upgrade for your iPhone, full of great secret features you need to know about...

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New Apple Leak Reveals iPhone 12 Release Shock

Apple's iPhone 12 range is launching with eye-catching prices you are going to love...

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If iOS 14 is causing battery drain, you might need to wipe your iPhone

The latest updates to iOS 14 and watchOS 7 are causing a wide range of issues, including missing fitness data, health apps that refuse to open, inaccurate reports of stored data, and increased battery drain on iPhones and Apple Watches. The fix is to rese

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Apple’s 'privacy' changes undermine international advertising best practices | VentureBeat

Rather than fragment the ad opt-in process, we should be coming together to build an open, transparent, and privacy-centric future for digital ads.

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Apple is (temporarily) waiving its App Store fee for Facebook’s online events

Last month, Facebook introduced support for paid online events — and because many of the businesses offering those events have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic, the company also said it would not collect fees for the next year. At the same time,

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Apple Watch Series 6 review – TechCrunch

When it comes to smartwatches, it’s Apple against the world. It’s not that there aren’t plenty of other products to choose from — it’s more that the company has just utterly dominated the space to such a point that any other device is relegated

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Apple Buys Startup That Creates Radio-Like Stations for Podcasts

Apple Inc. acquired a startup that makes listening to podcasts more like tuning into radio stations, seeking to improve its service amid growing competition from Spotify Technology SA.

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How to make the most of iOS 14 widgets and iPhone home screen customization | TechCrunch

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iOS 14: What developers need to know | VentureBeat

Not sure what to expect when iOS 14 releases, or what you and your team should be doing to prepare? This guide will help game studios prepare.

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Apple’s new App Store rules carve out loopholes for xCloud, Stadia, and more - The Verge

Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines, adding new clarifications as to whether streaming game services like xCloud and Stadia are allowed, along with new rules for in-app purchases for email services like Hey and digital fitness classes.

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The DeanBeat: Apple must tread carefully lest it trample the game industry | VentureBeat

Apple nearly sent the game industry into a panic over IDFA retirement. It must realize that it could trample on game industry that put it where it is.

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Apple Loop: Disappointing iPhone 12 Leaks, iPad SE Surprise, Goodbye MacBook Pro

This week’s Apple headlines; some disappointing iPhone 12 leaks, the ‘slow’ 5G iPhone, saying goodbye to the classic MacBook Pro, Apple’s iPad strategy, the return of the iPod Music Quiz, and more...

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Apple to let app developers offer free or discounted subscriptions via offer codes - The Verge

Apple will soon let developers offer discounts for their apps or services via unique offer codes. Developers will be able to distribute these one-time use codes to offer free or discounted pricing for their in-app subscriptions

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How to Create HTML Email and Send it with the Mac Mail App

In this Rocket Yard tutorial, we show you several ways to design an HTML email, then let you in on the secret of how to send those emails from the Mac Mail app.

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Apple Accidentally Approved Malware to Run on MacOS | WIRED

The ubiquitous Shlayer adware has picked up a new trick, slipping past Cupertino's “notarization” defenses for the first time.

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iOS 14: Facebook’s Apple Nightmare Keeps Getting Worse

Soon-to-launch iOS 14 is a momentous leap for iPhone privacy, but this week Facebook confirmed its Apple nightmare was even worse than previously thought.

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Analysts: iPhone 12 will ship without accessories, could be more expensive than iPhone 11

A new report from analysts at TrendForce this week corroborates reports that the iPhone 12 will ship without accessories such as wired EarPods and a power brick. The report also aims to pinpoint Apple’s pricing plans for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro se

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What is Tim Cook's net worth? See how the Apple CEO spends his fortune - Business Insider

Despite his newly attained billionaire status, native Alabaman and Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't live very lavishly.

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Go Retro with Macintosh.js

Thanks to developer Felix Rieseberg, you can run a full-blown version of Mac OS 8 on a virtual 1991 Mac Quadra 900 on your current Mac. And why wouldn't you?

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Apple Purges Thousands of Unlicensed Games from China App Store

Apple Inc. removed more than 30,000 apps, 90% of them games, from its iPhone App Store in China on Saturday, Qimai Research Institute said.

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Apple beats on earnings and announces stock split, sending shares toward record high - MarketWatch

Apple Inc. brushed off the COVID-19 crisis to report record June-quarter results that came in ahead of expectations, and the company said in plans to split...

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Tech antitrust hearing: Zuckerberg, Bezos, Cook, and Pichai testify before Congress - The Verge

The House Judiciary Committee questioned Jeff Bezos about Amazon’s third-party seller relationships, Facebook’s acquisition strategies, Google’s Search practices, and Apple’s app store policies in an antitrust hearing.

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Reduce PDF File Size and Control Quality for FREE in macOS

You have a high-resolution multi-page PDF document, but its file size is too large to share easily. How do you reduce the file size before you send it off?

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Apple eyes new streaming strategy after Tom Hanks drama breaks records

World War II epic ‘Greyhound’ gave Apple TV Plus its first bona fide hit. Now executives are looking to double down, insiders say, finally making Cupertino a player in the streaming wars.

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Video: Uighurs caught on drone footage being boarded onto trains in China

This drone footage believed to be from Xinjiang in China, shows Muslim Uighurs kneeling and blindfolded, waiting to be led onto trains. It is unknown where the trains are heading.

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iOS 14: Here’s an early look at how you’ll be able to change default apps - 9to5Mac

One of the new and most awaited features of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 is the option to change the default browser and email apps. Users will have to wait until developers update their apps to be compatible with iOS 14 in order to set them as default apps. Howe

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Apple dedicates Apple․com homepage to late congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis

Apple has updated the homepage for Apple․com this weekend to honor Congressman John Lewis, who passed away on Friday at 80 years old. Apple’s new homepage foregoes all product promotion, instead showing a picture of Congressman Lewis alongside one of his

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You can now stake your claim in Apple’s $500 million iPhone slowdown settlement - The Verge

If you owned an iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, SE, 7, or 7 Plus that was slowed down by Apple’s battery management, you can now file a claim as part of the $500 million class action lawsuit settlement.

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Daily Crunch: Apple releases public beta of iOS 14

A beta version of Apple’s latest mobile operating system is available to the public, Coinbase may go public and researchers discover a frightening smartwatch vulnerability. Here’s your Daily Crunch for July 9, 2020. The big story: Apple releases public be

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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