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Thursday September 8

06:53
Apple Watch Series 2 is Slightly Thicker and Heavier...

While the Apple Watch Series 2 looks virtually indistinguishable from the Apple Watch Series 1 to the naked eye, tech specs confirm that second-generation models are actually slightly thicker and heavier than original models.

38mm models of the Apple Watch Series 2 are 11.4mm thick and weigh 28.2 grams, compared to 10.5mm and 25 grams for original 38mm models.

Similarly, the new 42mm models are 11.4mm thick and weigh 34.2 grams, compared to 10.5mm and 30 grams for original 42mm models.

This means that all Apple Watch Series 2 models are 0.9mm thicker and up to 4.2 grams heavier, likely due to the inclusion of an up to 35% larger battery, but the real-life difference on the wrist should be relatively unnoticeable. The width and height of the Series 2...

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06:50
WaterField iPhone Wallet designed to solve Phone 7...

With their recent Kickstarter campaign launch, WaterField Designs' new Intrepid iPhone Travel Wallet is designed to solve the issue of where to store the new Apple Lightning adapter, EarPods or Bluetooth AirPods.

The Intrepid Wallet with RFID-blocking has play-through capability and keeps the iPhone 7, its accessories, a Passport, foreign currency, and other travel essentials together in one compact case. It is available as a reward via their Kickstarter campaign (http://tinyurl.com/gv98o2h) until Sept. 25.

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06:45
QNAP releases Qfinder Pro 2.1.2 for the Mac

QNAP Systems has released an updated version of Qfinder Pro 2.1.2 (http://tinyurl.com/jjurc3t) for the Mac. This version rectifies slow Samba file transfer in Mac OS X (10.11.5 and newer), allowing Mac users to directly mount Samba shared folders with efficient high-speed data transfer.

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06:45
Opinion: Does the iPhone 7 justify the hype, or is...

So, the iPhone 7 is official. Apple is the master of the art of presentation, so the new iPhones were introduced with all the breathless wonder and gorgeous photography we’ve come to expect. But now that the event is over, and we’re examining what we’ve seen in the cold light of day, does the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus justify the hype?

Let’s start with the obvious: there weren’t many surprises. Most of the rumors were true, so what we saw yesterday was – in the main – what we expected.

The design was pretty much identical to the mockups. And the mockups were pretty much identical to the iPhone 6s. The modified antenna lines are much neater, and the camera bump a little less obtrusive, but really the only significantly new thing design-wise were those two black colors …

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06:42
Just the good stuff from yesterday’s Apple event

Nice wrap-up from Digg, heavy on the pictures.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:40
Upgrading your existing iPhone to an iPhone 7

The only thing that could make this better was if it was April 1st.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:37
Jason Snell’s take on yesterday’s Apple event

If you haven’t already, take a few minutes to read Jim Dalrymple’s thoughtful reaction to yesterday’s event.

With that in mind, set aside some time to read Jason Snell’s take for Six Colors. I’m a fan of Jason’s writing, and his take really resonated with me.

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06:28
∞ Why Pokémon Go on Apple Watch is a brilliant match

As those who play Pokémon Go know, the current game requires you to keep your phone out with the app running in order to detect nearby Pokémon, trigger PokéStops, and accumulate egg-hatching kilometers as you walk. This is a battery drainer and a bit of a pain.

With Pokémon Go on your wrist, you can do all of the above with your phone in your pocket. Smart. The only thing that requires your iPhone is the actual act of catching a Pokémon, something that happens occasionally, rather than continuously.

Great partnership here. One that will solidify the existing Pokémon Go base, bring new players, and sell some Apple Watches. Smart.

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06:14
∞ In case you weren’t certain how the New York Times...

My 2 cents on the New York Times coverage of the new wave of Apple products. Some angry journalism there.

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06:00
Introducing guest access for Office 365 Groups

Sometimes you need to work closely with customers, partners, suppliers or consultants outside of your organization, and you need collaboration tools to make this possible. Today, we are pleased to announce the new guest access feature for Office 365 Groups—the group membership service that provides a single identity for teams in Office 365. The new guest access feature gives you the ability to include people outside of your company in an Office 365 group.

We are rolling out guest access functionality in phases. Starting today, group owners can add guests to a group in Outlook on the web. Once added, guests receive a welcome email, are granted access to group files in SharePoint Online, begin receiving email messages and calendar invites sent to the group, and can access the group in Office on the web and the Outlook Groups mobile application. They also have automatic access to cloud-based file attachments. Guests have the option to leave the group at any time and visual...

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06:00
Episode 10 of the MacAdmins.org Podcast

Special thanks to @dials_mavis for being basically the best ever, cutting this thing together while he was sick, and for the rest of the team for being awesome to help hide the fact that I’m not.

The post Episode 10 of the MacAdmins.org Podcast appeared first on krypted.com.

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05:53
LibreOffice 5.2.1.2 - Free, open-source office suite.

LibreOffice is an office suite (word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, drawing tool) compatible with other major office suites. The Document Foundation is coordinating development and maintenance of this OpenOffice.org fork.

Many different language versions are available here.



Version 5.2.1.2:

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.



  • OS X 10.8 or later



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05:53
Watch: Hands-on video with Apple's jet black...

The highly anticipated iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were unveiled in San Francisco this week, and AppleInsider was there for a hands-on look at the new jet black glossy finish and dual-lens cameras. Here's a quick look and rundown of everything you need to know about the new iPhone, coming Sept. 16.

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05:52
Future Apple Watch bands may be ‘dynamically...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20160255944) for for “dynamic fit adjustment for wearable electronic devices.” If the invention ever sees the light of day, we could have Apple Watches that allow users to “dynamically adjust” the wearable device’s watchband without having to remove it.

For example, the Apple Watch itself could control one or more actuators that are mechanically coupled to either the housing or to a band attached to the wearable electronic device. In one example, in response to a signal to increase the tightness of the band, the tensioner can cause the actuators to increase the tension within the band.

Some watch bands have an incrementally user-adjustable size (e.g., a buckling clasp, pin and eyelet, etc.) whereas other bands have a substantially fixed size, adjustable only with specialized tools and/or expertise (e.g., folding clasp, deployment clasp, snap-fit clasp, etc.). Still other bands may be elasticated expansion-type...

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05:31
Irish parliament backs Apple on its tax bill appeal

Ireland's government won strong backing from parliament for its appeal against a €13B (about $14.5 billion) back tax bill the European Commission ordered it to collect from Apple, following 12 hours of debate on Wednesday.

Lawmakers said a failure to challenge the judgment would threaten future investment in Ireland by U.S. companies looking to sell in Europe, a central pillar of the country's decades-old growth strategy.

The European Commission, Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency, has claimed that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big companies avoid tax in other countries, including EU members. The commission suspects Ireland was too lenient in rulings it gave to Apple and which helped the company shield tens of billions of dollars in profit from taxation. At 12.5%, Ireland’s corporate...

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05:15
Apple announces Apple Watch Series 2, pre-orders to...

Apple took the wrapping off the second-gen Apple Watch today during its media event.

The new unit, dubbed the “Apple Watch Series 2”, boasts a dual-core processor, a brighter display, swim-proof capabilities and built-in GPS. This new model has a redesigned speaker to make it water-resistant down to 50 meters. Other than that, this updated smartwatch looks near-identical to the first Apple Watch, now known as Apple Watch Series 1, which was only splash-proof.

Unfortunately, the new unit lacks the much-anticipated cellular connectivity, meaning you’ll still need to pair it to an iPhone for data-heavy operations and calls.

As expected, the Apple Watch Series 2 will arrive will watchOS 3 and will be available on September 13th.

Apple has also...

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05:03
Ireland to Europe: No, Apple doesn't owe us

Ireland will join Apple in appealing the European Commission’s finding that Apple owes the country more than US$14 billion in back taxes.

The Dail, Ireland’s parliament, voted 93 to 36 late Wednesday night to file an appeal against the ruling, which came out last week. The government is now set to ask the EC to reverse its ruling, which said Ireland’s tax treatment of Apple from 2003 to 2014 was illegal and distorted competition.

Ireland could stand to gain €13 billion ($14.5 billion) in tax revenue from the ruling, but government officials and lawmakers said imposing the tax would hurt the country’s reputation as a good place to do business.

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05:00
Apple announces iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus units at...

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets hit today.

And that may be why you see your neighbors gathering torches and pitchforks regarding the removal of the headphone jack today.

The new handsets boast a 64-bit four-core A10 Fusion processor, stereo speakers positioned on opposite ends of the device, a flush Force-sensitive home button with a Taptic Engine for haptic feedback, and IP67-standard water and dust resistance. As rumored, the headphone jack has been removed and Apple is offering a wired Lightning in-ear EarPod headphones and a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter are included in the box. Apple is offering Siri-enabled wireless earbuds called AirPods as a separate accessory, available for $159 in late October.

The new iPhone features a faster, more energy efficient...

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05:00
Apple’s audio devices attempt to capture greater...

Apple’s media event yesterday keynote introduced the iPhone 7 family and its elimination of the industry-standard 3.5mm headphone jack, along with these Lightning EarPods and wireless AirPods. The Apple-owned Beats brand unveiled the Beats Solo 3 Wireless, Beats X, and Powerbeats 3 Wireless.

All three newly-announced Beats models incorporate Apple’s W1 chipset and thus have the same simplified pairing and setup as the AirPods with iPhone 7 and Watch 2. These new products match, rather than exceed, the technological envelope already created by competitors in the audio and mobile accessories markets,” says Paul Erickson, senior analyst, Connected Home at IHS Technology.

“However, when taken in combination with the W1 chipset, a rise in convenience is offset by a clear aggregate move by Apple to move iOS device owners’ accessories purchases away from third parties and industry standards, and more distinctly into Apple’s own...

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04:59
More than 100 million homes to adopt HDR TVs by 2020

By 2020, 250 million TV viewers around the world will be ready to watch shows using the latest technology known as High Dynamic Range (HDR).

According to a new report from Strategy Analytics’ Intelligent Home Group (www.strategyanalytics.com), annual worldwide sales of HDR-enabled TVs in 2020 will reach 58 million units, bringing the number of homes with at least one HDR-enabled TV to 107 million. Penetration of HDR TVs will reach nearly 25% of homes in the U.S.

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04:45
Kool Tools: wiTraveler for the Apple Watch

wiWare’s $79 wiTraveler (http://www.wi-ware.com) is an all-in-one travel charger for the Apple Watch. It’s perfect for the business traveler who needs to recharge an Apple smartwatch on-the-go without the hassle of carrying multiple power cables and AC power adapters.  

The wiTraveler is a compact unit that doubles as a watch stand with a built-in wireless power interface for the Apple Watch. The self-contained unit also has a rechargeable battery and a flip-out AC plug, eliminating the need to carry multiple accessories.  

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04:30
The Saddleback Leather Satchel will bring out the...

I live in Nashville, Tennessee, and the stereotype of guys here is that we're burly dudes with cowboy hats and boots who drive pick-ups with gun racks. I'm 160 pounds, go hatless and prefer tennis shoes to boots. I also drive an Escort (gun not included).

But I can ride a horse and -- yippee ki yay -- if the Saddleback Leather Satchel from Saddleback doesn't bring out the cowboy in me. And it may bring out the cowgirl in you ladies.

Saddleback Leather specializes in bags made of real saddle leather. The Saddleback Leather Satchel is a full quarter-inch thick, meticulously cut and hand-stitched, and simply jaw-dropping. You'll have to pony up $308 to $520 for this baby. That's a lot of loot, but I doubt there's a more durable briefcase in existence. And, unlike most of its ilk, this will only look better (more authentic, perhaps) as it experiences wear and tear.

Saddleback Leather’s bags are...

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04:00
How to send an email with Siri

Yesterday we looked at how to send a text message by dictating with Siri. You can also use Apple’s personal digital assistant on your iPhone or iPad to send an email. Here’s how:

  • Press and hold the Home button to activate Siri (or say “Hey, Siri” if you iPhone supports this feature).
  • Say something like “Email Matt Sellers” or “Send an email to Matt Sellers.” Or you can send an email to multiple recipients with a phrase like “Send an email to Matt Sellers and Katie Sellers.”
  • Siri opens your Messages app and grabs the email address of the person or persons you’re emailing. If the contact has more than one email address, you’ll be asked to choose the address you wish to use.
  • Tell Siri the subject of the email. For example: “Volleyball practice Thursday night.”
  • Dictate to Siri the contents of the email.
  • Wait for Siri to confirm the content of your text.
  • Tap Send or say Yes to send your email.

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03:53
Brexit bites: Apple raises European prices to...

While Apple is offering its doubled-capacity iPhone 7 in the U.S. for the same price as last year’s 6s, the UK and other European countries are not so fortunate. Apple has increased UK prices by between 11% and 15%, depending on the model.

It’s not just iPhone prices, either – similar increases have been made to the cost of the iPad range and various Apple accessories …

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03:30
Australian airlines ban use of Samsung's Galaxy...

Australian airlines Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia have told passengers not to power up or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on its planes. "We are requesting that passengers who own them do not switch on or charge them in flight," Qant...

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03:00
Super Mario Is Coming To The iPhone

One of the first announcements made at Apple's iPhone 7 launch event was that Nintendo's Super Mario Bros franchise will be coming to the iPhone. The announcement was short, sparse with details, but certainly well received. Popular Mechanics reports: "Nintendo head Shigeru Miyamoto took the stage early in Apple's iPhone 7 reveal in San Francisco today to announce and demonstrate the new game Super Mario Run, the first Mario game for the iPhone. The game is simple: Mario runs completely, a la Temple Run, and you push buttons to make him jump and try to reach the end of the levels. Miyamoto says 'you can play the game one-handed for the very first time.' There's a battle mode, too, where you try to top friends' scores. Super Mario Run will come out sometime this fall before the holiday season. Pricing is TBA, but Miyamoto promises there will be a single price and no in-app purchases." In a separate report via Kotaku, Nintendo said, "We do intend to release the game on Android devices...

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03:00
Cord cutting is a bigger bargain than ever

Cable TV apologists keep offering the same tired defense against cord cutting. When will they learn?

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02:38
Casper Suite 9.96 - Powerful sysadmin/enterprise...

Casper Suite is the answer for creating order out of chaos because more organizations are using Macs, iPads, and iPhones than ever before. At JAMF Software, connecting the Apple user experience with IT requirements has been our business for the last decade. With the Casper Suite for Mac, iPad, and iPhone management, IT can support an extraordinary Apple experience for the end user while meeting or exceeding organization goals and requirements.

Whether you work at a school, business, or government agency, the Casper Suite has been developed to meet your needs--because it's supported by Apple specialists for the enterprise. Because we understand the potential of Apple in the enterprise, and how to help you get where you want to be.

To begin your journey, take the first step: learn how the Casper Suite can transform Apple management in your organization. Then engage with JAMF Software to help every step of the way.

Note: Pricing...

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02:15
Raspberry Pi has now sold 10 million computers

There's no doubt about it: the Raspberry Pi has changed the game for tech hobbyists and tinkerers alike. In four and a half years, we've seen the company expand its line-up to cater for smaller budgets, incorporate more features into its computing bo...

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02:00
Where, when, and how to preorder your iPhone 7 and 7...

It seems like just yesterday that Apple announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with stereo speakers, overhauled cameras, and splash-proof capabilities. Oh, wait, it was yesterday. And now it’s time to preorder your shiny (or matte) new iPhone. Preorders start on Friday, September 9 at 12:01 a.m Pacific. Yep, that’s right after midnight, so don’t go to bed Thursday night without setting your alarm.

Apple.com may seem like the most obvious choice to preorder your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. But you can also get it from the Apple Store app for iOS, which tends to work very smoothly in our past experience. Apple even recommends going this route, and it should certainly...

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01:57
Apple Quietly Kills their Luxury Watch

Apple's shot at being a luxury watch maker is over, at least for now that is.

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01:19
Parrot's latest project is a dev kit to help...

French drone company Parrot has just announced the Parrot S.L.A.M.dunk, a special development kit meant to aid drones and other robots avoid obstacles while indoors.

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01:01
BBC iPlayer will let you 'restart' live...

Sometimes you'll race home and boot up BBC iPlayer, only to find that you've missed the start of your favourite show. Fiddlesticks. It's an important week on The Great British Bake Off. Never mind, at least you can press "restart" on a laptop, PC or...

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00:01
Nest ships its Nest Cam Outdoor and shows off new...

Nest Cam users will need a subscription to get all the new features, but non-subscribers aren't left totally in the cold.

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00:01
Nest makes finding security camera highlights easier

The great thing about having a camera trained on your home 24 hours a day is that you can see the exact moment something exciting (or terrible like a break in) happens. The worst part is that you have to scan through all that footage to find the inst...

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00:01
Nest's smart thermostat now comes in limited...

Nest's third-generation Learning Thermostat wasn't exactly a design revolution -- surprise, it's another metal puck with a display -- but the company is doing something to jazz things up. It's introducing limited edition versions of the smart tempera...

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Wednesday September 7

23:14
Apple Pay to launch in Japan, New Zealand and Russia...

Somewhat overshadowed by Wednesday's big iPhone and Apple Watch product announcements, Apple announced its fledgling payments service, Apple Pay, is set to expand into Japan, New Zealand and Russian later this year.

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22:05
'Star Trek Online' launches for free on...

Star Trek Online arrived on PC in the busy MMORPG scene in February 2010, just as the sun started to set on the genre. But the game followed industry trends to keep its playerbase, relaunching in January 2012 with a free-to-play tier and releasing se...

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21:23
PS4 Pro will take UHD screenshots and broadcast...

In addition to running games at higher resolution, the PlayStation 4 Pro will also take bigger and more detailed screenshots as well. Hitting the Share button on the controller will grab a 4K-sized image of whatever is on-screen at that moment accord...

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21:15
The $10,000 golden Apple Watch is no more

Enlarge / The Apple Watch Edition is now ceramic, and also like $9,000 cheaper. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

When Apple announced its Watch Series 2 earlier today, it said that the watch would come in a new ceramic white finish to complement the returning aluminum and stainless steel finishes. Completely absent was any mention of the Apple Watch Edition branding, which Apple used last year to launch a pair of $10,000-and-up Apple Watches that worked the same way as the cheap ones but were made out of actual gold instead of workaday, plebeian metals.

It turns out that...

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21:04
Instagram to take advantage of iPhone 7 Plus cameras...

Popular photo sharing app Instagram is developing an app update specifically designed to take advantage of Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the latter of which boasts two cameras for wide angle and telephoto photography.

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20:59
Pinegrow Web Designer 2.93 - Mockup and design...

Pinegrow Web Designer is desktop app that lets you mockup and design webpages faster with multi-page editing, CSS and LESS styling, and smart components for Bootstrap, Foundation, Angular JS, and WordPress.



Version 2.93:

Note: Pinegrow 2 Standard is a free upgrade for license owners of version 1. Pricing information can be found here.

  • Pinegrow CMS for static HTML websites - Pinegrow CMS lets end-users edit static HTML websites without touching the HTML code.
  • Add and Remove links - To add a link to the selected element use Actions -> Add link and Actions -> Remove link. Link URL and other properties can then be edited in the PROP panel.
  • Auto update CSS rules display in Style PROP section - The list of CSS rules that affect the selected element is now updated automatically without having to re-select the element after...
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20:59
EtreCheck 3.0.3 - For troubleshooting your Mac;...

EtreCheck is an app that displays the important details of your system configuration and allow you to copy that information to the Clipboard. It is meant to be used with Apple Support Communities to help people help you with your Mac. EtreCheck automatically removes any personally identifiable information from the output.

EtreCheck will automatically alert you to serious problems like adware, insufficient RAM, or a failing hard drive.

Version 3.0.3:

  • Improves reliability
  • Fixes bug in donation lookup
  • Updates adware and whitelist signatures



  • OS X 10.6 or later



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20:57
$35 Pokémon Go Plus accessory will go on sale...

Pokémon Go players will have their choice of accessories soon, since the $35/£35 Pokémon Go Plus accessory will be available September 16th "in most countries." Earlier today the game's makers reported over 500 million downloads a...

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20:19
What happened at the iPhone event

If you're still reeling from the loss of the headphone jack and need to catch up with all of today's Apple news, Engadget's own Michael Gorman breaks down the new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2 introduced at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium this m...

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19:46
Sony brought new PS4 accessories too

Sony didn't talk about it much during today's PlayStation Meeting event, but the reworked DualShock 4 (CUH-ZCT2) spotted in earlier leaks is real. The touchpad is a bit see through, allowing that line on the top to display whatever color the lightbar...

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19:34
DirecTV now streams many more channels on your phone

AT&T is pushing hard to get you streaming DirecTV on your smartphone. An update to the DirecTV iOS and Android apps mean you can now stream many more of the TV channels you can get at home. In The Verge's testing, the only big exceptions were 4K...

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18:50
Apple Cites 'Courage' As Reason To Remove...

It didn't come as much of a surprise when Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller revealed that the iPhone 7 doesn't feature a headphone jack, since rumors have mentioned this possibility months before the announcement. In fact, what some may find more surprising is Apple's justification. The company cited three reasons why they decided to eighty-six the port, as well as one word: "courage." Ars Technica reports: "[Schiller said] the company can't justify the continued use of an 'ancient' single-use port. He described the amount of technology packed into the iPhone, saying each element in Apple's phones is fighting for space, and it's at a premium. Schiller explained that no company has tried to deliver a wireless experience between your devices and your headphones that fixes the things that are currently difficult to do -- and since there's only one major industry-wide wireless-audio standard, it's easy to assume that he's talking about Bluetooth there (though he didn't say the B-word out...

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18:45
What you need to know about Apple Watch Series 2...

Although iPhone 7 hogged the spotlight at Apple's Sept. 7 special event, the company also announced a hotly anticipated update to its wearables lineup in Apple Watch Series 2. The second-generation device ships next week with GPS capabilities, faster processor, swim-proof housing, a new ceramic edition and more.

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18:39
macOS Sierra is set to launch on September 20

We barely heard a thing about the Mac and macOS during Apple’s big iPhone-centric event on Wednesday, but it turns out that Tim Cook had something planned after all. Shortly after the event wrapped up, Apple revealed that macOS Sierra, the company’s next operating system for the Mac, will hit the Mac App Store on September 20. 

Apple gave us a sneak peak of Sierra during the company’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June. It’s the first OS for the Mac that includes Siri, and will also bring Apple Pay to the Mac. We’re also excited about Optimized Storage, Picture in Picture, Tabs, and Universal Clipboard. Oh, and changes to Photos, too. 

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17:56
Apple defends decision to ditch 3.5mm jack, says...

As expected, Apple did not include a 3.5mm headphone jack in its upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets, but company executives say the legacy port's demise has been a long time coming.

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17:46
Apple beginning to phase out third-gen Apple TV from...

While this afternoon’s Apple announcements didn’t focus on the Apple TV, the company today did take the first steps towards officially phasing out the third-generation Apple TV model. Apple has removed the third-gen Apple TV from its online store, while a source indicates to us that Apple retail locations are also pulling the device from shelves.

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17:42
Watch Apple's iPhone 7 event in 15 minutes

Today's Apple event was jam packed with new gear, new features and more. If you missed any of the details on the new iPhone 7 and 7s, including all of the info on the new camera tech, we've got a quick recap for you. Catch up on all of today's announ...

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17:30
Modified USB Ethernet Adapter Can Steal Windows and...

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Softpedia: An attacker can use a modified USB Ethernet adapter to fool Windows and Mac computers into giving away their login credentials. The attack relies on using a modified USB Ethernet adapter that runs special software, which tricks the attacked computer into accepting the Ethernet adapter as the network gateway, DNS, and WPAD server. The attack is possible because most computers will automatically install any plug-and-play (PnP) USB device. Even worse, when installing the new (rogue) USB Ethernet adapter, the computer will give out the local credentials needed to install the device. The custom software installed on the USB intercepts these credentials and logs them to an SQLite database. This attack can take around 13 seconds to carry out, and the USB Ethernet adapter can be equipped with an LED that tells the attacker when the login credentials have been stolen.

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17:18
Vizio's Cast-powered speakers offer an...

Vizio first announced plans to bring Google Cast to its wireless speakers back in March. Now that the multi-room SmartCast Crave 360 is available for purchase, Vizio hopes you'll give it a look instead of splurging for some Sonos gear. As you might e...

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17:02
Video roundup: Hands-on with the new iPhone 7,...

After months of rumors and leaks, Apple today officially took the wraps off of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. While Apple showed off a good portion of what’s new on stage during various demos, there are always a few things left over that potential customers would like a first-hand look at. Members of the press who were in the audience during Apple’s event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium had an opportunity to go hands-on with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as the truly wireless AirPods and the Apple Watch Series 2…

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16:55
Hands on with the iPhone 7: A brief peek at the...

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    Andrew Cunningham

The rumors got a lot right about the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Its design isn't too far off from the 6S and 6S Plus, it has an immovable Home button, the Plus has a dual-camera setup to simulate optical zoom, and (crucially) that headphone jack is gone.

But aside from that sticking point, the new iPhones offer a lot of the solid technological...

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16:30
Apple executives defend removal of the ‘dinosaur’...

Apple earlier today made its decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 official. As with most controversial moves, the decision was met with mixed feelings from customers, but in a new interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple’s Phil Schiller, Greg Joswiak, Dan Riccio, and Tim Cook are defending the decision, as well as touching on other things…

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16:25
Caption Contest: Tim Cook shows Maddie Ziegler the...

Apple unveiled its newest iPhone in San Francisco today and, despite some backlash over its "courageous" stand in removing the handset's conventional headphone jack, the iPhone 7 seemed well-received by the crowd. Among those in attendance, Maddie Zi...

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16:24
A Wide Range of Important Apple Patents came to Life...

Apple introduced the iPhone 7 earlier today and while watching Apple's Senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller introduce the iPhone 7, it was evident once again that several patents and categories of patents were fulfilled today. Our report points out some of the more obvious inventions that came to life today while presenting you with a series of five Apple product videos that succinctly summarize each of the products that were launched today in all their glory.

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16:23
Everything you need to know about preordering Apple...

In just a few short days, the new iPhone 7 will be available for preorder ahead of its Sept. 16 launch. AppleInsider is here to guide you through your choices to help you decide which model is right for you.

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16:21
Everything Apple Announced at Today's iPhone 7...

Apple today hosted a jam-packed media event that saw the debut of its new fall products, including the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, the Apple Watch Series 2, new AirPods, and new Beats headphones.

It took Apple two hours to cover all of the new products and their impressive features, but we've created a quick five minute recap for those of you who want a taste of what Apple announced without watching the entire keynote or reading all of our extensive coverage.

Highlights include water and dust resistance for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, along with a faster A10 Fusion processor, all new camera systems for...

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16:13
Inside iPhone 7: Why Apple killed the headphone jack

Another good look at Apple’s reasoning behind killing the headphone jack.

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16:03
Apple debuts new videos promoting health, 107-second...

Following Apple's iPhone event on Wednesday, the company released a handful of videos showcasing the keynote and upcoming products, including iPhone 7, Apple Watch and AirPods, as well as five shorts promoting healthy life choices.

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16:00
Nintendo loses a little piece of its identity with...

Today, Nintendo announced Super Mario is going mobile -- Super Mario Run will launch on iOS and Android before the end of the year. We knew the company was making more content for smartphones, but for long-time Nintendo fans, this announcement still...

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15:53
Removal of iPhone 7 Headphone Jack Was Essential for...

Apple removed the headphone jack in the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, a controversial decision that's upset some iPhone fans. On stage at today's media event, Apple executives explained that it had been done to save space and to usher in improvements in wireless headphone technology, but in an interview with BuzzFeed, Apple's Greg Joswiak, Dan Riccio, and Phil Schiller explained in much greater detail why the decision was made to move away from the 3.5mm headphone jack.

The idea for the removal of the headphone jack was raised during the development of the iPhone 7. In a nutshell, the "driver ledge" for the display and backlight, traditionally placed near the camera, was interfering with the new camera systems in...

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15:51
Everything Apple announced during the iPhone 7...

More than just an iPhone event

While the iPhone 7 was Apple’s headliner, Tim Cook and friends had plenty of other announcements and news to share during the company’s annual fall event on Wednesday. From a waterproof Apple Watch to wireless earbuds with a sprinkle of Super Mario (yes, really!), this event was one for the books. Read on to see everything Apple announced.

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15:45
PlayStation 4 Pro games look amazing, but don't...

The PlayStation 4 Pro is undoubtedly the most powerful game console I've ever seen. Its GPU (powered by AMD's new Polaris technology) is more than twice as fast as the original PS4, and it sports a faster clock speed as well. But while Sony is market...

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15:41
AppleCare+ gains $29 screen swaps, makes $99 fee...

In tandem with announcing the iPhone 7 on Wednesday, Apple also revised its AppleCare+ plans for iPhones, instituting a $29 screen replacement option but forcing all customers to pay $99 for any other form of accident repair.

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15:40
The Aftermath: Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro event

For an hourlong media event, Sony packed a ton of new info into 60 minutes. Release date and prices for both the PlayStation 4 Slim and PS4 Pro, tons of HDR footage from upcoming games and even a few bits about how the PS4 Pro would better handle Pla...

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15:30
Trade-in roundup: Now that the iPhone 7 has landed,...

The best time to sell your old iPhone or iPad is when Apple introduces new models, like it did today with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Here's a guide to help you net the highest trade-in value for your iPhone from Apple, Gazelle, BuyBack World, NextWorth, Amazon, or one of the many other buyback services.

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15:17
Snapchat considers offering public stock

Snapchat is growing fast, which means that it will need more money... and it may be taking the steps it needs to bring in that extra cash. The Information's sources claim that Snapchat is talking to investment banks about the possibility of an initi...

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15:04
Apple’s iPhone 7 keynote boiled down to less than 10...

Presenting the abridged version of the iPhone 7 keynote, which includes all of the important details and none of the fluff. If you’re pressed for time, but want to see all of the major announcements from today’s event, check out our distilled video. more…

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14:59
∞ A few thoughts on Apple’s iPhone 7 keynote

Apple had a big day, introducing a number of new products that I think will sell really well for them. I won’t do any type of a hands on review, because the press just doesn’t get enough time with the products to do a true review, but I will give you some thoughts of the keynote and the products that were introduced. I will post more detailed reviews after I have some time to spend with the individual products.[…]

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14:58
AWT News Update: Special iPhone 7/Apple Watch Series...

Did you miss out on today's Apple event, and don't have time to watch the entire video? Apple World Today's Steve Sande provides you with the key items from the keynote in just 23 minutes of unscripted fun! Listen in on this special edition of the AWT News Update for a quick overview of almost everything that Apple announced at the event. 

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14:57
The best iPhone 7 & 7 Plus cases available to...

Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are now official, and despite a similar design as iPhone 6s, a much improved camera system and other tweaks to the device mean you’ll need a new case.

Below we’ve rounded up all the best cases for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus available to order now.

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14:56
Video of today’s Apple event

If you missed it, now you can catch up to the rest of us.

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14:56
Apple uploads five new videos focused on living a...

Included in iOS 10 are a variety improvements to the Health app, including new videos pertaining to various aspects of living a health lifestyle. Now, Apple has uploaded those videos to its YouTube channel, alongside a variety of other videos concerning today’s announcements.

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14:55
Jet black iPhone 7 potentially vulnerable to...

People considering the jet black versions of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus should be careful, as those options are more prone to scuffing and scratching, Apple notes on its website.

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14:55
Apple's AirPods toe the line between usefulness...

Apple's embracing this whole "no headphone jack" thing in a big way, and there's no better indicator than the company's new, $159 AirPods. They're not quite ready for public consumption -- the launch is scheduled for next month -- but Apple had plent...

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14:52
Apple doubles iPad storage, drops Pro pricing

That iPad Pro is looking better and better.

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14:48
First Look: Apple's new iPhone 7 and Apple...

Apple's "See You on Sept. 7" event on Wednesday brought the expected iPhone 7 family refresh, with features aimed at extending battery live and improving user photography, as well as a new Apple Watch with GPS technology. AppleInsider was on the scene, and spent some time with each new piece of gear.

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14:45
After Math: iPhone 7 edition

The newest iPhone is out -- well, all of it except for the headphone jack. But that's not all Apple announced during its press conference in San Francisco this morning. The company also showed off its new Apple Watch, boasted about its wildly popular...

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14:32
Apple drops iPad prices while bumping up the storage

While Tim Cook and Co. didn't make any iPad announcements on stage earlier, Apple's tablet range did get a few changes today. Like the iPhone line, Apple is bumping the minimum storage to 32GB across the board and keeping the same price as the previo...

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14:29
Apple introduces new $29 screen repair tier to...

Buried inside all of Apple’s announcements today were some notable changes to the company’s AppleCare+ repair program. While Apple has long charged $99 for repairs of current-gen devices and $79 for previous-gen repairs, the company today announced that there is now a flat $99 charge for all incidental repairs under AppleCare+. For one of the most common repairs, however, there’s a nice pricing improvement…

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14:20
The new Apple Watch mostly looks like the old one

There are two ways to let the world know you have the next-gen Apple Watch, the Series 2, and not the original, which came out last year. You could buy the new Nike-branded one, but well, that probably won't go with your work outfit. Or you could tak...

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14:15
The PlayStation 4 Pro vs. the original PS4: What...

With only three years since the release of the PlayStation 4, Sony isn't quite ready to give us a completely new console. But while it did unveil a new slim redesign, there's also the PlayStation 4 Pro: Not quite full 4K gaming, but the new HDR optio...

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14:10
Apple Announces Apple Watch Series 2 With GPS, Water...

In addition to two shiny new iPhones, Apple has announced its second generation Apple Watch today, calling it the Apple Watch Series 2. The appearance is nearly identical to the original Apple Watch, with the exception of the new (optional) ceramic build material. The biggest changes can be found under the hood. The Verge reports: "The built-in GPS allows the device to perform mapping on its own, no phone required. The company also upgraded the processor in the device, now called the S2, and the display. The Series 2 has a dual-core processor Apple says is 50 percent faster than its predecessor, with double the graphics performance thanks to a new GPU. The display is now 50 percent brighter as well. The company also renewed its longstanding partnership with Nike with a special Nike+ version of the Apple Watch. It resembles a fusion of an Apple product with Nike's discontinued FuelBand fitness tracker, and it's designed for runners and workout junkies. The aluminum sport version of...

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14:09
Don't worry, 'Super Mario Run' is...

Super Mario Run, Nintendo's first Mario-centric release for the iPhone, is coming to Android, too.

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14:01
Don’t worry, Square’s card reader works with Apple’s...

Square’s popular magnetic stripe card reader plugs into an iPhone headphone jack, giving small business owners who would otherwise go cash only the ability to accept debit and credit cards. But Apple just officially killed the headphone jack, so what’s a business owner to do?

I reached out to Square spokeswoman Semonti Stephens, who said the Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter (like the one Apple is including in the iPhone 7 box when it ships Sept. 16) will work with Square’s reader. But it’s unclear how many people will actually need to use an adapter. The Venn diagram of business owners that don’t support chip cards—which Square accepts with a separate, wireless card reader that doesn’t use the headphone jack—and iPhone 7 buyers is probably pretty small.

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13:53
9to5Toys Last Call: 11-inch MacBook Air $690, iPhone...

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13:49
Apple Watch Series 2 abandons gold Edition models in...

In announcing the Apple Watch Series 2 on Wednesday, Apple also silently did away with its real-gold Edition line, replacing the material with tougher ceramic.

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13:47
PSA: Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.3.4 following...

Two weeks after the release of iOs 9.3.5, Apple today has stopped signing iOS 9.3.4. Essentially this means that users will no longer be able to downgrade or upgrade to the operating system, with everyone instead being pushed towards iOS 9.3.5.

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13:46
iPhone 7 Hands-On: Improved Cameras, New Jet Black...

Immediately following its media event today in San Francisco, Apple invited members of the press to a special hands-on area to get a closer look at the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The first real-life photos and videos of the smartphones are now beginning to surface around the web, showcasing the improved cameras, new black colors, no headphone jack, and more.

The Verge shared pictures of the iPhone 7 in both the new Black and Jet Black colors, providing a glimpse of the new matte and glossy finishes in action. The two new colors complement the existing options of Gold, Silver, and Rose Gold. Jet Black in particular will be limited to 128GB and 256GB models of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, while the other four colors will be available for...

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13:27
Apple quietly doubles iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4...

While not announced onstage during Wednesday's iPhone event, Apple has quietly updated its iPad lineup specifications with storage buffs for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4, and price drops for the top-of-the-line 9.7- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models.

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13:15
iPads get price cuts and increased storage

As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple has refreshed its iPad lineup by updating storage capacities to mirror that of the iPhone 7: 32GB, 128GB and 256GB tiers rather than 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB.

The iPad Pro has the most drastic pricing. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro models are $599 for 32GB, $699 for 128GB, and $799 for 256GB. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro costs $799 for 32GB, 128GB for $899 and 256GB for $999.

The iPad Air 2 is now available in 32GB and 128GB storage options for $399 and $499, respectively. The iPad mini 4 is the same storage options and the same price points. The iPad mini 2 is now only offered in a 32GB configuration for $269.

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13:15
Apple Shares Full Video of Today's iPhone 7 and...

After wrapping up its keynote presentation on the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2 earlier today, Apple this afternoon posted a full video of the event on its website, so that anyone who missed the keynote can catch up on their own time. As usual, Apple is expected to upload the video to YouTube and iTunes at some point later in the day.

Alongside the keynote, Apple also shared a few feature-specific videos that debuted during the keynote today. The short videos showcase the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, AirPods, Apple Watch Series 2, and even include a 2-minute recap of everything the company revealed during its September event.

- Apple - Introducing iPhone 7

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13:14
My Notes From The September 7th, 2016 Apple Event

App Store Stats and Fun Stuff

  • 17,000,000!
  • 900,000,000 lighting connector devices
  • 10 year anniversary of the Apple Music Festival, with Britney
  • 140 billion app downloads
  • 106% YoY download increases
  • 2 times the “nearest competitor”
  • 1/2 million games on the store
  • Mario: Super Mario Run
  • Mention ConnectEd!
  • Everyone Can Code
  • iWork
    • Real Time Collaboration (only behind Google by how long?)
    • But it’s prettier than what Google does
    • Apple is the 2nd largest watchmaker now, and largest smartwatch maker

Watch:

  • WatchOS 3
    • New dock
    • New faces
    • Tapback messaging
    • Animated stickers in messages
    • Full screen effects, just like in Messages for Mac
    • Breathe
    • Emergency Messaging
    • Developers
    • Pokémon Go for watch
    • 500,000,000 downloads of Go, 4.6 Billion KM...
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13:12
Apple announces iOS 10 to launch on Tuesday,...

There’s a lot of really interesting and fun stuff in this latest version of iOS that I’m looking forward to playing around with.

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13:08
Apple’s iPhone Event: Education, Collaboration,...

Before Apple dove into hardware announcements in its September 7th event keynote, the company discussed education initiatives, new enhancements to iWork, Apple Music, and more.

 

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13:03
Sounds good! AirPods, Lightning EarPods, and new...

Apple today reiterated its belief that "Music is in our DNA" by making a series of announcements that really point to the company's commitment to sound. Not only do the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus include stereo speakers built-in, but they'll also come with new Lightning EarPods. The biggest news, though, was the introduction of wireless AirPods and new Beats wireless headphones. 

The AirPods (seen above) look oddly like a pair of EarPods with the cables broken off. Those long "probes" (for lack of a better name) contain beamforming microphones that apparently do a very good job at picking up voice tones. Inside each AirPod is a custom Apple W1 chip to provide up to 5 hours of battery life in each 'pod, allow use of one or both AirPods, and switch between any number...

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13:01
Apple changes storage options in iPad, reduces...

While most of the attention was paid to the iPhone 7 and new Apple Watches, the company made revisions to the iPad lineup, including the iPad Pro.

As with the iPhone 7, 16GB models of the iPad are now history. With the iPad Pro, Apple lowered the prices on the models with more storage. The new prices and storage configurations are listed below.

12.9-inch iPad Pro

Wi-Fi only

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13:00
Apple Pay is coming to Japan along with the iPhone 7

The newly announced iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2 will bring customers in Japan the ability to use Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payment service, beginning in October. 

Users will be able to commute and pay for everyday items with Suica from JR East, and make private credit and prepaid card purchases in stores, apps and on the web with a single touch. Apple is also introducing support for transit in Japan with Maps in iOS 10, so commuters can find ride details, including fare breakdowns that automatically show Suica pricing right on their device, making their commute more seamless and simpler than ever.

Apple Pay is accepted anywhere Suica is available, so users can make quick everyday purchases and buy or reload a Suica card or commuter pass, all with their iPhone, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Japan’s major financial brands will also support Apple Pay, so shoppers can make purchases in many of the country's largest stores, at neighborhood shops and...

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12:58
Apple Watch Series 2 Offers GPS, Water Resistance,...

Apple has gone a long way toward addressing complaints about its original Apple Watch with a Series 2 model that can go under water, provide GPS location without an iPhone present, and generally work in a more zippy fashion. It has a brighter display as well, but it doesn’t look to be any thinner or lighter.

 

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12:53
Apple unveils its AirPods wireless headphones

Apple has introduced AirPods, new wireless headphones that use advanced technology and interact with Siri.

They eliminate the hassles of wireless headphones, by just flipping open the lid of its charging case and, with one tap, they are instantly set up and ready to work with your iPhone and Apple Watch, according to Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. Advanced sensors know when you are listening and automatically play and pause your music.

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12:50
Apple updates iPad lineup with increased storage...

Although the focus of today is on the iPhone 7 and the new Apple Watch, the company has refreshed its iPad lineup slightly. It is updating storage SKUs across all iPads to mirror the iPhone 7: with 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB tiers. This means all iPads have an effective price cut with further savings for the 9.7 inch and 12.9 inch iPad Pro.

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12:49
Apple releases iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and...

Following Wednesday's iPhone event, Apple issued golden master versions of iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and Xcode 8 to developers ahead of public releases this fall.

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12:47
∞ Apple Posts New iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch...

Apple just posted the videos to their Youtube page

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12:46
Apple debuts the Apple Watch Series 2

Apple has introduced Apple Watch Series 2, the next generation of their smartwatch. It’s packed with fitness and health capabilities including a water resistance 50 meter rating for swimming  and built-in GPS so users can now run without an iPhone.


The Apple Watch Series 2 also features a brighter display and a dual-core processor. Combined with the performance enhancements of watchOS 3, Apple Watch Series 2 makes it even easier to access third-party apps, receive and respond to notifications and conveniently use Apple Pay, says Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. “

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12:45
Win an iPhone 7 from Apple World Today!

It's been announced and you can read all about the features right here on Apple World Today. We're teaming up with StackCommerce to give away an iPhone 7, and it's easy to enter! Just click the link above and you'll see a page where you can sign up for the giveaway. 

No purchase is necessary. The giveaway will end in about a month, at which time the winner will be announced. If you can wait that long, you may be able to get Apple's latest technology for free!

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12:40
Apple warns new glossy Jet Black iPhone 7 finish...

Apple is warning customers that its new “Jet Black” iPhone 7 might scratch easier than other models.

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12:40
Siri, Apple Watch unlocking, and more comes with...

For a guy like me who sits in front of a computer all day, every day, this is a bigger and more interesting deal to me than the new hardware announced today.

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12:38
Apple publishes intense 107-second September event...

In a new move by Apple, they’ve gone ahead and published a 107-second recap video from today’s big event to YouTube. Apple’s appropriately titled ‘Don’t Blink’ recap video is tightly packed with content from the event, and something you don’t want to miss. Apple has also published the introduction videos of its latest products from its September event. The videos each show off Apple’s three big new products: the new iPhone 7, the Apple Watch Series 2, and the all new Apple AirPods. The videos provide a good introduction into the products that customers will begin to see hit shelves later this year, and everything else they should expect.

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12:37
Apple and Nike team up for the Apple Watch Nike+

Apple and Nike have teamed up for the Apple Watch Nike+, designed as the “ultimate tool for anyone who runs.” It pairs xclusive Nike Sport Bands with the Apple Watch Series 2, which features GPS, a two-times-brighter display, water resistance 50 meters, a dual-core processor and watchOS 3.

Apple Watch Nike+ also includes exclusive Siri commands and iconic Nike watch faces along with deep integration with the new Nike+ Run Club app for motivation to go for a run, coaching plans that adapt to your unique schedule and progress, and guidance from the world’s best coaches and athletes.

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12:36
iPhone 7: why Apple just abolished the headphone jack

This is the most controversial part of Apple’s announcements today. But they signalled, very clearly, that this is what they think the future will be. Keep this in mind when, next year, they offer wireless charging.

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12:33
'Fastest smartphone chip ever,' the A10...

At the heart of every Apple iPhone is usually an upgraded chip, and this year’s iPhone 7 is no different: the A10 Fusion, which Apple executives claimed is the fastest smartphone chip ever. 

‘If you’ve been paying attention, you know that Apple’s chip team has been killing it in performance,” said 

Apple has an existing license from ARM, the British smartphone chip designer that was recently acquired by Softbank. Rather than licensing a fixed design, Apple’s deal apparently permits tweaking for its own purposes, allowing the company to optimize it for new iPhone releases. 

Apple’s new A10 Fusion chip is orders of magnitude faster than the original iPhone.

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12:32
Apple to sell replacement Lightning to 3.5mm...

While Apple will be including a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter with the purchase of every iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the company will also be selling the adapter separately. Apple has listed the adapter on its website and it carries a surprisingly low price tag of $9.

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12:28
macOS Sierra arrives on September 20

It wasn't mentioned during today's event, but sharp-eye Team AWT member dubsdotla (Derek Scott) pointed out that macOS Sierra now has a release date -- September 20. 

What that means is that there probably will NOT be an Apple event to announce new Macs, unless it's still in October. Most pundits thought that Apple was going to wait until mid or late October to release macOS Sierra, with a pre-release event to show off new Macs. 

 

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12:23
Two cameras in iPhone 7 Plus allow synthetic zoom,...

The new iPhone 7 Plus introduced at Apple's September product event sports two cameras, set closely side by side, as was widely rumored. Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, described the system, which pairs a 28mm wide-angle lens, just as in the iPhone 7, with a new 56mm telephoto lens.

Apple will release the phone with hardware-based 1x and 2x zoom, and a software synthesized zoom between the two. An improved digitally interpolated zoom mode handles images above 2x to 10x. A software update that will ship later will add a Portrait mode that creates photos that look like they came from much more expensive digital cameras.

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12:22
iOS 10 and watchOS 3 are coming on September 13

At the Apple iPhone 7 event on Wednesday, the company revealed that the ship date for iOS 10 and watchOS 3 is September 13.
The free update is for users of the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.

Following the Apple event, the company released to developers the golden master of iOS 10 and watchOS 3, as well as the GMs of macOS Sierra and tvOS 10. When beta software turns to golden master, it is usually considered the final version that will be eventually released to the general public.

When iOS 10 is officially released, it will be available to iOS users through Software Update in the Settings app. It’s a good idea to perform a backup before installing the new operating system. In case you have problems with iOS 10, you can always revert to the backup.

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12:20
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are water resistant...

Apple has introduced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which feature advanced camera systems, the best battery life ever in an iPhone, stereo speakers, a wide color system from camera to display, and two new finishes. 

They’re also the first water and dust resistant iPhone. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in more than 25 countries beginning Friday, Sept. 16.

“The completely redesigned cameras shoot incredible photos and videos day or night, the A10 Fusion chip is the most powerful chip on any smartphone while delivering the best battery life ever in an iPhone, and an entirely new stereo speaker system provides twice the sound, all within the first water and dust resistant iPhone,” says Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.

The new smartphones boast iP67 protection thanks to new seals and adhesives, he adds. They can survive a dip in the pool, but they’re not waterproof.

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12:17
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Say “Hit the Road, Jack”

It’s true: the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus abandon the headphone jack, but offer stereo speakers, improved cameras, better performance, and more. Josh Centers has a roundup of new features.

 

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12:12
macOS Sierra GM version is now available for Mac

macOS Sierra has been used by developers and public beta testers all summer, and today the Mac software update is available in GM form as Apple prepares it for primetime. The latest release is available now through the Mac App Store. macOS Sierra’s headlining feature is Siri on the Mac with other features like Auto-Unlock which lets Apple Watch users skip the password login screen. Apple Pay is also coming to Safari with macOS Sierra, although we haven’t seen the feature live on the web yet.

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12:07
Apple seeds tvOS 10 GM for the Apple TV to developers

Just a few moments after the September iPhone event keynote ended, Apple has started seeding out the golden master release for tvOS 10 today to all current testers and developers. To update to the final build, developers can check through the Software Update section on the Apple TV, or grab the Configuration Profile from Apple’s Developer center if you’d like to install it for the first time.

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12:07
Apple reinvents the wireless headphone with AirPods

If you liked the original Apple ear pods, you’ll probably like these. But sadly for me, they never fit in my ears properly. And, at $159, they won’t fit my wallet either.

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12:06
Apple seeds watchOS 3 GM for the Apple Watch to...

Following this year’s September iPhone event, Apple has begun seeding out the final builds for watchOS 3. This golden master release can be downloaded as an update from the Watch app on an iPhone, or its appropriate configuration file can be downloaded from Apple’s Developer Center. watchOS 3 GM should be the final release we see before an official release of watchOS 3 is made public. watchOS 3’s public release date is set for next week, September 13th.

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12:06
iOS 10 GM seed is now available for developers,...

Apple has just dropped the iOS 10 GM seed for developers, including all the new features and changes that will be available to the public next week on September 13 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

The update weighs in at 1.7 GB. Apple calls it the biggest release of iOS ever.

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12:06
Apple introduces the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Apple has introduced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which feature advanced camera systems, the best battery life ever in an iPhone, stereo speakers, a wide color system from camera to display, and two new finishes.

They’re also the first water and dust resistant iPhone. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in more than 25 countries beginning Friday, Sept. 16.

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12:05
Siri, Apple Watch unlocking, and more comes with...

Enlarge / The macOS Sierra beta running on a MacBook Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

SAN FRANCISCO—Apple will release the final version of macOS 10.12 Sierra to the public on September 20th. The company made the announcement on its web site during its September product event today.

Aside from being called "macOS" now, Sierra brings a handful of big new features and a longer list of minor tweaks. We covered most of that ground in our preview of the developer build of the software (and we'll cover it all again in more depth in our full review), but the short list includes Siri, proximity-based Apple Watch unlocking, Apple Pay...

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12:02
WatchOS 3 will try to speed up your Apple Watch on...

Enlarge / Apple outlined the core benefits of WatchOS 3 at WWDC in June. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

SAN FRANCISCO—Apple will release WatchOS 3 to all current Apple Watch users on September 13. The company announced the official release date as part of its September product event.

The update builds on the foundation laid in WatchOS 1 and 2 but also makes some major changes to the way the Apple Watch works. Apple has worked to make it easier to swipe between watch faces, has introduced an iOS-esque Control Center, and has introduced a “dock” of up to 10 apps that are loaded in memory and updated behind-the-scenes to make launching and using apps quicker. Docked apps have also killed “Glances,” which were similarly intended to make watch interactions faster but mostly failed because of...

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12:02
Apple expands iPhone Upgrade Program to UK and China...

Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program, which provides a new iPhone every year for a fixed monthly fee, is being expanded to the UK and China. It was previously available only in the USA …

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12:00
Apple World Today's Stupendous, Gigantic...

While the rest of the world has been reading the rumors that were finally quashed today with the announcement of the iPhone 7, tech bloggers have been inundated for the past week or so with products that will work with the newest member of the iPhone family. With no further ado, here's our roundup of iPhone 7 accessories. Grab a cold (or hot) drink, sit back and enjoy the best of the best!

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Distil Union Wally Wallet Case

Need a wallet to go with your new iPhone? Distil Union's newly-designed iPhone 7 wallet cases and stick-ons are going to be perfect. The $49.99 Wally Wallet Case can hold up to 4 cards and 2 folded bills and comes in black, brown, gray and red. Don't need a full combo case? The Wally Wallet Stick-On uses a removable 3M "Alternahesive" and holds 3 cards and 1 folded bill. The Wally Wallet Stick-On is also available in black, brown, gray and red,...

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12:00
Submit Your Apps to the App Store

You can now submit your apps that take advantage of exciting new features available in the next release of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And with the new App Store for iMessage, users will be able to download your iMessage apps and sticker packs directly within Messages.

Build your apps using Xcode 8 GM seed, test with the GM seeds of macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and submit them for review. To learn more about preparing your submissions for the App Store, see Submitting Your Apps.

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12:00
Submit Your Apps to the App Store

You can now submit your apps that take advantage of exciting new features available in the next release of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And with the new App Store for iMessage, users will be able to download your iMessage apps and sticker packs directly within Messages.

Build your apps using Xcode 8 GM seed, test with the GM seeds of macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and submit them for review. To learn more about preparing your submissions for the App Store, see Submitting Your Apps.

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12:00
Submit Your Apps to the App Store

You can now submit your apps that take advantage of exciting new features available in the next release of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And with the new App Store for iMessage, users will be able to download your iMessage apps and sticker packs directly within Messages.

Build your apps using Xcode 8 GM seed, test with the GM seeds of macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and submit them for review. To learn more about preparing your submissions for the App Store, see Submitting Your Apps.

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12:00
Submit Your Apps to the App Store

You can now submit your apps that take advantage of exciting new features available in the next release of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And with the new App Store for iMessage, users will be able to download your iMessage apps and sticker packs directly within Messages.

Build your apps using Xcode 8 GM seed, test with the GM seeds of macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and submit them for review. To learn more about preparing your submissions for the App Store, see Submitting Your Apps.

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11:58
All about Apple Watch Series 1

Remember the original Apple Watch? It's back, with a new name, lower price point, and an improved processor. The Apple Watch Series 1 starts at just $269, and uses the same dual-core processor as the new Apple Watch Series 2. 

What it doesn't come with is the built-in GPS and 50m water-resistant capabilities of the new Watch. It will also come only in the "Sport" configuration, with an aluminum casing and sport bands. Of course, you can order accessory bands as much as you'd like. 

As with the other new products, pre-orders begin this Friday, September 9 and the new Apple Watch Series 1 should be available on September 16. A full comparison of the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 can be found here.

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11:56
macOS Sierra will be released on September 20 for...

Apple has announced that macOS Sierra will be released to customers on September 20, as part of its media event currently going on. The update is (naturally) free and incorporates several new features, like Siri for Mac, Apple Pay for websites and more.

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11:55
Apple pushes new EarPods and AirPods for a future...

Apple will try to ease the pain of killing the headphone jack in the iPhone 7, shipping the new smartphone with Lightning-enabled EarPods and an analog adapter.

“The reason to move on ... it really comes down to one word: Courage,” Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller said during the company’s September news event.

Schiller explained that abandoning the analog headphone jack allows Apple to make room for various other technological improvements, such as brighter displays, faster processors, and the iPhone 7’s stereo speakers. The Lightning connection also allows for new headphone features, he said, including adaptive noise cancellation and higher-quality audio without an external power source.

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11:53
Apple debuts $159 AirPods wireless earbuds with W1...

As rumored, Apple at its special event on Wednesday introduced a wireless headphones called AirPods, which come packed with advanced technology like a custom wireless chip, beam-forming microphones, accelerometers, infrared sensors and more.

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11:52
Apple announces iPhone 7 pricing & availability...

Following its unveiling of iPhone 7 today, Apple has now announced pricing and availability for the device.

Head below for all of the details on pricing for the various models and country availability. more…

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11:52
Apple Watch Hermes announces new styles and colors

Apple and Hermès have introduced new Apple Watch Hermès styles and an expanded assortment of bands that incorporate Hermès' signature palette alongside a series of new colors. 

The collection pairs Apple Watch Series 2 with handcrafted leather bands in distinctive styles from Hermès. It features exclusive watch face designs inspired by the Clipper, Cape Cod and Espace Hermès models. Apple Watch Hermès is the ultimate tool for modern living, a product of elegant, artful simplicity and functionality.

The expanded Apple Watch Hermès collection includes a new style — the Double Buckle Cuff in Swift and Epsom calfskin leathers, inspired by an archetypal Hermès sandal design by Pierre Hardy, creative director of Hermès shoes and jewelry. It frames your wrist in new colors including Rose Jaipur, Étoupe and Bleu Agate. 

The new Single Tour Deployment Buckle band is a reimagined take on a classic form, pairing the elemental simplicity of Hermès Barenia calfskin leather...

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11:51
Apple introduces iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus, the...

For the dual-lens camera alone I say, shut up and take my money.

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11:49
iOS 10 will be released to the public on September...

Apple will release its latest iteration of the mobile operating system, iOS 10, next week for all. This means anyone with a compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can upgrade for free to iOS 10 on September 13th. iOS 10 includes a revamped iMessage app with things like stickers and new emoji features, Siri SDK for third-party integration with the personal voice assistant, redesigned Maps app, Faces and object tagging in Photos, and much more.

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11:49
iOS 10 launches September 13 with iMessage apps, a...

Enlarge / The iOS 10 beta running on an iPhone 6S and iPad Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

SAN FRANCISCO—Apple will release the final version of iOS 10 to the public on September 13. The company made the announcement as part of its September 7th product event, which we are covering live.

iOS 10 makes wide-ranging changes to the way the operating system looks and works—the lock screen, notifications, the Today View, and the Control Center have all been substantially rejiggered. CallKit gives VoIP app makers the ability to look and work just like Apple's built-in Phone and FaceTime apps, while SiriKit gives developers some (...

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11:49
Introducing BeatsX: new premium wireless, bluetooth...

I can’t wait for the reviews of these. The Air pods are a non-starter for me.

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11:49
Apple Watch Hermes announces new styles and colors

Apple and Hermès have introduced new Apple Watch Hermès styles and an expanded assortment of bands that incorporate Hermès' signature palette alongside a series of new colors.

The collection pairs Apple Watch Series 2 with handcrafted leather bands in distinctive styles from Hermès. It features exclusive watch face designs inspired by the Clipper, Cape Cod and Espace Hermès models. Apple Watch Hermès is the ultimate tool for modern living, a product of elegant, artful simplicity and functionality.

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11:43
Super Mario Run running onto iOS devices this...

Nintendo says Mario will star in Super Mario Run, a full-sized Super Mario Bros. action platformer that has been developed specifically for mobile, and will be available first on the Apple App Store this December.

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11:42
Apple Unveils iPhone 7 Alongside 7 Plus With Dual-...

Apple today announced the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus at its "See You on the 7th" media event in San Francisco.

The new iPhones feature an A10 Fusion 64-bit processor, stereo speakers on opposite ends of the device, a flush Force-sensitive home button with a taptic feedback engine, and IP67-standard water and dust resistance – but no headphone jack. Wired Lightning in-ear EarPod headphones and a Lightning to 3.55mm adapter are included in the box. Apple is offering Siri-connected wireless earbuds called AirPods as a separate accessory.

The iPhone 7 features a faster, more energy efficient 12-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization, six-element f/1.8 aperture lens, an artificial light compensating flicker sensor, Quad-LED Two Tone flash...

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11:36
Apple announces new wireless Beats headphones: Solo3...

Alongside AirPods, Apple has announced Beats will be launching a range of new headphones with wireless Solo3 and wireless Powerbeats 3. They are also launching a new range called BeatsX, which is a cheaper collection that uses cables. All three use the Apple W1 chip for audio output.

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11:33
Apple officially ditches headphone jack for...

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will ship not only with a pair of Lightning-connected EarPods, but also a legacy headphone adapter in the box, Apple announced on Wednesday.

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11:33
What you need to know about the iPhone 7: No...

The rumors were true: Apple’s next-generation iPhones, the 7 and 7 Plus, traded the headphone jack for Lightning. What this means for you: Now there’s one port instead of two. The company is including Lightning-connected EarPods with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Apple is also including a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter in the box to avoid excessive outrage.

So why that lack of a jack?

“It’s been with us for a really long time,” Phil Schiller said during Apple’s iPhone presentation on Wednesday. “It comes down to courage—courage to move on, do something new that betters all of us.”

That something new is a wireless standard, debuting in another headset product called Apple AirPods. The W1 chip inside offers consistent playback that only starts when the pods are in your ear. You can double-tap a pod to access Siri.

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11:29
Apple announces truly wireless $159 AirPods for...

As part of the iPhone 7 event, Apple has announced brand new truly wireless AirPods, premium wireless headphones that work in concert with the iPhone 7. The AirPods are independent separate earbuds, that have sensors in the buds to know when they are actually inside your ear.

The AirPods automatically switch between output to your iPhone and Apple Watch, so its a seamless experience to listen to music across all your devices. The AirPods cost $159 and will be available in late October.

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11:28
Apple jumps gun on iDay, announces new, waterproof,...

Apple may have jumped the gun on iDay thanks to Twitter in a tweet that has since been nixed.

The company announced its next-generation smartphone in a promoted tweet shared at the beginning of its annual press event on Wednesday.

The device, which is available for pre-order on Friday Sept. 16, is water resistant.

This year, Apple CEO Tim Cook began the event by recapping the 17 million subscribers to Apple Music along with 140 billion downloads from the App Store this year, up 106 percent from last year.

Among the larger announcements was the Apple Watch Series 2, a new, waterproof Apple Watch which looks similar to the first-gen Apple Watch, but is apparently 50 percent faster, has a brighter display and built-in GPS.

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11:26
∞ Pokémon Go and Mario

These two games are going to be a lot of fun!

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11:24
Apple announces water resistant iPhone 7: pressure...

This year's iPhone 7 series features a number of upgrades throughout, including a new jet black glossy finish option, a click-free pressure sensitive home button, and the best mobile cameras Apple has ever offered. Storage has been doubled, and preorders begin this Friday ahead of a Sept. 16 launch.

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11:20
Apple Launches the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus;...

Apple on Wednesday unveiled its new flagship smartphones: the iPhone 7, and the iPhone 7 Plus. Both the iPhones look similar to the last year's iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but offer a range of new features. Chief among those features are water and dust resistance, stereo speakers, improved cameras (the iPhone 7 Plus has a pair of 12MP cameras that are able to take SLR-quality images. It offers bokeh capability). And yes, the new iPhones indeed lack the headphone jack. "it's the best iPhone we have ever created," Apple CEO Tim Cook said. The home button is getting taptic feedback, similar to that of the MacBook. So why is Apple removing the headphone jack? Apple's SVP Phil Schiller said, "courage."The company also announced AirPods wireless earphones. A pair of these will be priced at $169. The iPhones will go on sales starting September 16 in several regions including the United States In places like India, however, it will be available starting October 7.

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11:19
W1-powered AirPods Usher in a New Era of Wireless

The headphone jack is being phased out from the iPhone, but Apple has introduced a new, proprietary system to work around the flaws of existing wireless audio technology. Along with it comes a new set of futuristic Apple earbuds that do more than just play audio (hint: Siri).

 

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11:14
Ceramic ‘Apple Watch Edition’ Series 2 starts at $...

Apple’s new ‘Series 2’ models start from $369 and ship starting next week with pre-orders kicking off this Friday as we learned in today’s keynote. Apple has also shared official details for its new swimproof models including the price for the new ceramic white model which is put in the Apple Watch Edition category (so it’s pricey). Head below for details including location availability and more…

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11:08
Apple Watch 'Series 1' gets updated CPU,...

In introducing Apple Watch Series 2 at Wednesday's special event, Apple expectedly dropped the price of its original Apple Watch to $269, keeping the "Series 1" device in the lineup as an entry-level offering.

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11:04
iPhone 7 Pre-orders Begin This Week, iOS 10 and...

Apple today announced pricing and ship dates for the fall line of new iPhone and Apple Watch models, along with a release dates for macOS Sierra, iOS 10, and watchOS 3. Apple also shared details of its forthcoming new AirPod wireless earbuds and new W1 Beats headphones.

 

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11:02
Apple & Nike launch the perfect running partner...

This Nike partnership is weird and interesting. Many runners complain about so many changes in the program and that it’s often confusing. But Apple and Nike keep trying.

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10:59
Apple Watch Series 2: Release date, price, specs and...

So – will you get one?

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10:59
Pokémon Go is coming to Apple Watch to get you...

A version of Pokémon Go is coming to the Apple Watch, together with  a new feature that better tracks how far you need to walk before your Pokémon “eggs” hatch within the game.

Pokémon Go for Apple Watch will ship before the end of the year, John Hanke, the chief executive of Pokémon Go developer Niantic Labs, said onstage Wednesday at Apple’s iPhone 7 launch event in San Francisco.

Pokémon Go, the hit mobile game for iOS and Android, has been downloaded over 500 million times worldwide,  Hanke said. The game uses augmented reality to help players discover Pokémon in the wild, allowing users to “see” Pokémon superimposed over real-world objects.

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10:58
Mario's coming to the iPhone

One of the first big announcements to come out of Apple's September product reveal was the news that Nintendo will release its first smartphone game on the iPhone.

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the game, Super Mario Run, before being joined by Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto who provided details about the game.

The gameplay has Mario always running to the right and jumping when the screen is pressed. A longer press causes Mario to jump higher. Miyamoto said the game can easily be played with one hand, allowing gameplay while simultaneously riding the subway, say, or eating a hamburger.

Mario will make his first official appearance on the iPhone.

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10:56
The new Apple Watch is ‘swim proof’ and has built-in...

Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer, came on-stage today at the company’s special media event, to introduce the new Apple Watch Series 2, which has been completely reengineered to be swim proof.”

You can wear it while you’re swimming or surfing. It’s rated water resistant to 50 meters. The speaker itself has been jiggered to reject water, says Williams. He adds that the new smartwatch isn’t just for occasional swimmers, but for those who swim everyday. For this reason, Apple is also introducing Open Water Swim and Pool Swim apps.

The Apple Watch 2 adds a dual core processor that’s up to 50% faster and a new GPU that’s two times faster. It packs a new display that’s up to two times brighter than before at 1,000 nits. Williams says it’s the brightest screen Apple has ever shipped and makes a big difference when you’re looking at the display outside.

The new Apple Watch also adds built-in GPS. Williams says developers can take advance of the new GPS...

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10:51
Apple Watch Series 2 unveiled with swim-proof...

Almost two years after the Apple Watch was first unveiled in 2014, Apple has finally pulled the curtain back on its second-generation smartwatch.

The Apple Watch Series 2 with swim-proof capabilities and built-in GPS was unveiled during Apple’s event on Wednesday. This new model has a redesigned speaker to make it water-resistant down to 50 meters. Other than that, this updated smartwatch looks near-identical to the first Apple Watch, which was only splash-proof.

The Apple Watch Series 2 comes in conjunction with watchOS 3, which Apple first unveiled this summer at WWDC. The latest iteration of watchOS 3 makes apps launch seven times faster, lets you write with your fingertip to create messages, and activity-sharing so you can compete with your friends.

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10:50
$369 Apple Watch Series 2 with GPS is swim-proof...

The second-generation Apple Watch, dubbed Series 2, features built-in GPS, a new swim-proof design, and the brightest display ever shipped in an Apple device. It will be priced start at $369 in a standard edition coming Sept. 16, and a Nike+ running version that will debut in October.

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10:48
Apple announces new Apple Watch app for hikers,...

Apple has announced a new Apple Watch app specifically for hikers, called Viewranger. The app takes advantage of the built-in GPS in the new Apple Watch Series 2 …

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10:43
Apple Announces Swimproof 'Apple Watch Series 2...

Apple today announced the second generation Apple Watch, which it's calling "Series 2," confirming a handful of previously rumored features on the wearable device. Series 2 is swimproof and water resistant up to 50 meters, so users can "wear their watch with confidence in the water." The company also confirmed that Series 2 has built-in GPS so users can get more accurate pace and distance readouts during running workouts.

Apple's announcement was focused on the fitness features of Apple Watch Series 2, particularly attempting to craft intelligent and user-friendly swimming workouts on the wearable device. The new algorithims it has developed are for pool and open water swimming sessions, with Series 2 able to "count laps, track average lap pace and auto-detect stroke type to accurately measure active calorie burn."

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10:38
Apple reveals new “swim-proof” Apple Watch Series 2

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SAN FRANCISCO—About a year and a half after releasing the first Apple Watch, Apple has announced a second-generation model: the Apple Watch Series 2. The watch's biggest new feature is its swim-proof design; the device is water-resistant to up to 50 meters.

Apple explained that the hardest part of making a device like the Apple Watch water-resistant is the speaker, since it presents an entryway for water to get into the watch. The company designed the Apple Watch Series 2's speaker to eject water that comes into it, so it won't stay inside the watch and potentially damage the internals. In addition to specially designing the water-rejecting speaker, Apple also developed two custom swimming workouts for those who swim regularly as part of an exercise routine. It's quite hard to...

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10:36
Pokemon Go announced for Apple Watch

The popular Pokemon Go gaming craze will come to the wearable Apple Watch, it was announced at Apple's iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 event on Wednesday.

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10:36
Apple introduces real time, cross-platform iWork...

Apple on Wednesday announced a new iWork feature that allows both Mac and iOS users to collaborate on a variety of Pages, Numbers and Keynote documents in real time.

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10:35
Pokémon Go coming to the Apple Watch later this year

Apple has announced that Pokémon Go is coming to the Apple Watch. Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke revealed that the iPhone app has been downloaded 500 million times, players walking almost three billion miles while playing.

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10:35
Apple officially unveils swimproof ‘Apple Watch...

Apple CFO Jeff Williams has unveiled the next generation of Apple Watch on stage at its big event today.

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10:35
Apple Debuts Wireless 'AirPods' With 5...

Apple today announced a new pair of wireless "AirPods," which provide up to 5 hours of music playback and high-quality sound through a "seamless and automatic connection" between devices. The AirPods include a rechargeable battery case that delivers up to 24 hours of battery life.

The AirPods connect instantly with a single tap and switch between iCloud-connected Apple devices on the fly. Playback is controlled by dual-optical sensors that "know when you are listening" and will pause music automatically when taken out. A double tap on the buds invokes Siri, allowing the user to select and control music, change the volume, check battery life or perform any other Siri task. This functionality is enabled by an ultra-low power Apple W1 chip inside, which also...

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10:31
iWork now supports real-time collaboration

At Wednesday’s iPhone 7 event, Apple announced the ability of real-time collaboration for its iWork apps. The feature allows users to work on a Pages document, Numbers spreadsheet, and Keynote presentation at the same time.

During the iWork demonstration, Keynote was used to show that multiple users were editing a presentation during the event. A Participants list in Keynote showed the users working on the presentation, each represented with a different color.

Apple said that the real-time collaboration feature works across platforms on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone.

Why this matters: The inclusion of real-time collaboration makes the app suite more competitive with Google Docs, which has had real-time collaboration for some time. However, many iPad users find the iPad implementation of Google Docs less than optimal. Real-time collaboration is a feature many iWork have wanted for a long time.

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10:29
Apple’s iWork apps get real-time collaboration

Susan Prescott, Apple's vice president of product marketing, came on-stage today at the company’s special media event, to announce that real-time collaboration is being added in all iWork apps: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. 

She says it will change how you work with others. Pages is a word processing document; Numbers is a spreadsheet app; and Keynote is a presentation creation app. All are available for both OS X and iOS devices.

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10:28
Apple accidentally reveals water resistant iPhone 7...

Apple's official twitter account introduced and exposed some details about the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus before deleting the tweets.

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10:25
iWork apps get real-time collaboration, demo’d live...

Apple has announced that iWork apps are finally getting real-time collaboration, allowing multiple people to simultaneously edit documents, Google Apps-style …

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10:20
Nintendo’s Mario coming to the iPhone and iPad

Nintendo’s Mario character is coming to the iPhone and iPad in a new game called Mario Run. It’s coming in time for the holidays, but pricing hasn’t yet been announced. You can play the game one-handed and engage in a new battle mode called Toad Battle. 

According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, over 140 billion apps have been downloaded from the Apple App Store. He says that users’ love affair with iPhone and iPad apps are as strong as ever. Cook says that the store generates 2x more global revenue than the closest competitor. 

“The iPhone and iPad are the most popular gaming devices in the world,” he adds. “Gaming is the biggest and most popular category on the Apple App Store: there are over 500,000 games there.”

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10:17
Nintendo announces 'Super Mario Run,'...

The biggest franchise in gaming history will make its mobile debut first on Apple's iOS platform with "Super Mario Run," a new title coming to the iPhone App Store.

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10:13
Apple introduces iPhone 7 ($649) and iPhone 7 Plus...

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SAN FRANCISCO—As expected, Apple has taken the wraps off of its next-generation iPhones at today's September product event. Apple confirmed the devices on Twitter with a post about the water-resistant nature of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The post came down quickly as today's event rolled on, but it is screenshotted below.

The company later revealed the new devices would come in 32GB, 18 GB, and 256GB sizes. Prices start at $649 for the iPhone 7 and $769 for the iPhone 7 Plus. Pre-orders begin on Friday, September 9, and devices will ship on Friday, September 16. iOS 10 will arrive on September 13 to support the new releases.

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10:11
Apple announces ‘Super Mario Run’ coming to iPhone...

Apple has announced that Super Mario is coming to the iPhone, as part of its iPhone 7 event. The company brought Shigeru Minamoto on stage to announce Apple bringing Nintendo’s top franchise to the iPhone.

Get the new Mario game app later this year, but you can go to the App Store today and get it to “Notify” you when the app launches.

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10:10
∞ Apple leaks Tim Cook’s “surprises”

This got posted at 9:52am PT.

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10:09
Apple unveils the new iPhone 7 & 7 Plus,...

Apple just unveiled the new iPhone 7 & Plus during its event in San Francisco today. Head below for a first look at the device and the rundown on specs, features, pricing and availability…

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10:08
Gadget Ogling: Smart Desks, New-Wave Gaming, and...


After a long, laborious process and a lot of scraping paint splotches from the floor, the office space in my new apartment is ready for me to move into, and I will soon no longer need to write this column from my kitchen table. So, I'm in the market for a desk.
With my nascent interest in standing desks, the Gaze Desk seems a decent option. It switches between standing and seated modes with a button press or adjustment through an app. The dual lift function means you can adjust the height of the monitor independently of the rest of the desk.

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10:00
AppleInsider is live at Apple's 'iPhone 7...

This year's iPhone upgrade, plus a new Apple Watch, is set to be unveiled in San Francisco, and AppleInsider is there live with exclusive news, analysis and photos. Here is the place to view all of our live coverage!

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09:11
$99 annual Apple Music subscriptions auto-renew at...

The $99, 12-month Apple Music gift cards recently launched by Apple appear to auto-renew subscriptions for the same length of time, effectively creating a new subscription plan.

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09:00
Now teachers can include live code demo in OneNote

Calling all teachers! We made programming easier to teach with the ability to embed executable code snippets from Repl.it into OneNote.

Repl.it is a powerful tool that allows teachers to create live executable code examples in the cloud with zero setup time needed. It supports more than 30 major coding languages and more with highly customizable, simple and easy-to-use IDE-like features.

Now, teachers using OneNote can easily put code examples created in Repl.it into a OneNote notebook as an embedded object with two simple steps:

First, create your code examples in Repl.it and then copy the Share Link.

Next, paste the Share Link into a OneNote page. Now, the executable code snippet is part of the lesson plan.

Feel free to try it out today and don’t forget to send us feedback and ask questions at ...

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Register now for “Data Defense: An inside look at...

Register now for the season premiere of Modern Workplace, Data Defense: An inside look at your secure cloud,” airing September 13 at 8 a.m. PDT / 3 p.m. GMT. In this episode, get an inside look into the latest Microsoft datacenters and see firsthand how they seamlessly make trillions of transactions every day to help make your organization safer and more efficient by leveraging the power of cloud computing.

Don’t miss this rare look inside the cloud to learn about the incredible security measures in place to help protect your data.

Register now and you’ll also get access to exclusive e-books, white papers and previous episodes of Modern Workplace on demand. Learn more at...

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Social media tips for converting customers into...

Your brand’s long-term social media strategy could use a more personal touch. As you plan, consider one thing: How do you make friends in your own life? Do you spam strangers with long-winded reasons to accept your friendship or do you show value by starting a two-way conversation? Making a friend in the real world is equivalent to gaining a follower in the brand world. It has to be approachable, mutually beneficial, and most importantly, authentic. And it shows—63 percent of consumers prefer to buy from brands that are more authentic than their competitors.

The more you socialize your brand, the more likely customers will develop a bond and engage with your business, sticking with you for the long term. According to Convince & Convert, a digital marketing consulting agency,...

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09:00
Back by popular demand—dBASE file support in Access

Microsoft Access has been embraced by millions of professional database developers and passionate hobbyists alike for the past twenty years. Office customers around the globe use Access-based solutions to support mission-critical business processes across all types and sizes of organizations.

We recognize the value that Access provides to so many of our customers and we are committed to continuing development of the product. A few months ago, we invited customers to the Access UserVoice to provide and rate ideas and suggestions to help make Access better.

We want to thank those of you who took the time to submit and review the UserVoice suggestions. We regularly review your suggestions and requests, as it’s one of the key touchpoints we have with our millions of users. One of the leading...

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Ransomware damages predicted to reach $1 billion...

Robert Herjavec, Founder & CEO of global Managed Services provider Herjavec Group, confirms the 2016 Cybercrime Report prediction that ransomware damages and related costs will reach $1 billion annually by the end of 2016. This staggering statistic, highlighted in Herjavec Group and Cybersecurity Ventures' latest report, “Hackerpocalypse: A Cybercrime Revelation,” (http://tinyurl.com/jqtwmya) reinforces the cybercrime epidemic impacting enterprises and governments worldwide.

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Live Coverage of Apple's 'See You on the...

Apple's "See you on the 7th" event kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific Time today, and we're expecting to see several product announcements including the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, an updated Apple Watch, and perhaps some Beats and "AirPods" headphone news.

We'll also be hearing final details on the official release date for iOS 10, and probably macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10. Today's event is being held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

Apple is providing a ...

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08:39
New QuarkXPress 2016 training book available

Quark announced today the availability of a new $28.77 book, “Desk Top Publishing with QuarkXPress 2016” (http://tinyurl.com/z3m9w8f) by Martin Turner, a new training resource available now through Amazon.  

The author is a brand consultant at Brand Motor and a Founding Chartered Public Relations Practitioner. He’s a long-time QuarkXPress user, having started with the software in 1996 after migrating to the Mac. In his new 356-page paperback book, Turner offers insight on desktop publishing and QuarkXPress for both new and seasoned users.

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08:37
iPhone 7 News Hub/Live Blog: Watch Apple unveil new...

It’s Wednesday, September 7th and Apple’s iPhone 7 event is about to kick off at 10 AM PT/1 PM ET.

We already gave you the run down on what to expect: iPhone 7, iOS 10, macOS Sierra, Apple Watch 2, and likely some new accessories, but Apple could always have one or two more surprises in store.

Below we’re keeping track off all our coverage from the event with handy links to everything in our News Hub, and we’ll have pre-event coverage and the latest from inside the event in our Live Blog below that.

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08:19
'A10 Fusion,' 'iSight Duo,'...

Five new trademarks associated with Apple have been culled from the Brunei registration system, and include "A10 Fusion," "iSight Duo," "Depth," "Scribble," and "Whiteboard" marketing terms.

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08:15
iPhone Day: Where to watch the keynote, a few more...

Finally, it's September 7, 2016. We're down to the last few hours for speculation about new Apple products including the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2, which means that by this afternoon we'll start hearing rumors about next year's iPhone... But let's go over a few details for today, shall we?

Where to watch the keynote

Click here to go to Apple's event page, and the livestream will start at 10 AM PT/1 PM ET. There's also an Apple Event app on Apple TV where you can pull up the action on the big screen.

Even more trademarks

Yesterday's AWT News Update brought news of a group of trademark filings by Apple. Today, we're seeing a few more that were discovered by trademark lawyer Brian Conroy. New today are "A10 Fusion", "iSight Duo", "Depth", "Writeboard", and "Scribble". 

Most of us...

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08:07
∞ How the one year, $99 Apple Music coupons work

Earlier today, I linked to the Walmart offer for one year of Apple Music at $99.

I went to the site and made the purchase. I got an email, immediately, telling me that the purchase was made. About an hour later, I got a second email with a link to redeem the offer.

I clicked the link, was taken to iTunes, entered my Apple ID password, and clicked to redeem the code automatically entered from the Walmart page. I was then presented with a button that said “Extend My Apple Music Membership”. I clicked the button and got a message telling me my Apple Music subscription was extended through the end of September, 2017.

More importantly, the message said my subscription would automatically be renewed at the $99 rate....

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