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Thursday June 11

06:37
Today Patents Relating to Apple's Mac Pro Security Lo...

On June 11, 2015, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published patent applications from Apple relating to the Mac Pro security lock and new connectors that are USB-C compatible. Our report also covers an interesting patent application published by USPTO this morning from Konica Minolta ...

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04:14
Unsealed Court Document Proves that Apple's CEO was A...

Information relating to complaints within a current lawsuit against Apple that began in 2013 were ordered by the court to be unsealed revealing that ...

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03:19
An Apple Pay Related Invention comes to Light Discussing A...

Apple's invention covers how a financial institution system in communication with an electronic device and a merchant subsystem works to avoid fraud.

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Wednesday June 10

16:59
Walgreens Continues to Work Hard and think ahead for their...

Walgreens recognized early on that the Apple Watch’s form factor would be a perfect device to house tidbits of personalized information. They've already updated their iOS app to make it easier for consumers to manage their medication schedules from their wrists.

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15:59
Apple Takes the Smartphone Lead away from Samsung in the A...

According to the latest IDC report on the mobile phone market in Australia, we see that they experienced a strong first quarter despite high penetration rate.

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15:20
The New York Times Fashion Director Dumps her Apple Watch

In one of today's earlier CNBC Squawk Alley segments, Vanessa Friedman, the fashion director of The New York Times, explained why after about 30 days of trying the Apple Watch she's decided to dump it.

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14:35
Microsoft's Outlook for iOS has new Access & Secu...

Microsoft just announced new access and security controls for Outlook for iOS today. With the new update, Outlook now uses Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL)-based authentication ...

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13:58
Signs of Apple Music Begin Showing Up in iOS 8.4 Beta Musi...

As of this afternoon, many developers and public beta testers running the latest iOS 8.4 beta are seeing popups for Apple's upcoming Apple Music service within the Music app.

When opening the app, there's a popup for Apple Music that prompts users to start a three month free trial. Tapping on that option leads to another screen that lets users choose either an individual plan for $9.99 for a family plan for $14.99, but there's no way to actually sign up for a plan. Choosing a plan simply grays out the option and does not allow users to progress further in the signup process.

These options have been showing up for some users since the latest iOS 8.4 beta was seeded yesterday morning, but many more users are now seeing signs of the Apple Music service as Apple begins to implement backend tools to support subscription signups at launch.

Apple Music will launch on June 30 as...

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13:44
iOS 9 Extends Continuity Phone Call Features to Cellular C...

With iOS 8, Apple introduced Continuity, a set of features that allow iOS devices and Macs to interface in new ways. One of the Continuity features allows the iPad and the Mac to receive both text messages and phone calls, so long as your devices, including your iPhone, are all on the same Wi-Fi network.

In iOS 9, accepting phone calls or text messages on your iPad or Mac routed from your iPhone is getting even better, with the addition of cellular support. With iOS 9, your iPhone no longer needs to be on the same network as your iPad or Mac for call forwarding to work.

That means an iPhone can continue to forward calls to a Mac or an iPad even when it's in an entirely different physical location. So, for example, if you forget your iPhone at home, you can continue to receive incoming calls on your Mac while at work, so long as your Mac is connected to a Wi-Fi network.

The feature is tied to Wi-Fi calling, and as noted by ...

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12:49
Apple Almost Doubles Sales in Latin America While Samsung...

According to the latest Market Monitor Report from Counterpoint Research, the Latin American (LATAM) mobile device market had a very healthy 25% YoY and 4% sequential growth. Samsung, LG and Apple are the top 3 smartphone vendors in the region.

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12:41
OS X El Capitan to Bring New Safari Extensions Gallery as...

Apple earlier this week announced a new consolidated Apple Developer Program for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Safari, combining the previously separate iOS, OS X and Safari Dev Programs into one for a single $99 annual fee. The change should place more emphasis on and increase the security of Safari extensions, but some developers have voiced their frustrations about the new fee.

In particular, developers will now be required to pay $99 per year to distribute Safari extensions through the new Safari Extensions Gallery. Comparatively, the old standalone Safari Dev Program was free and did not charge developers a fee to...

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10:25
Today Apple Sets the Story Straight about Apple Maps Vehic...

In February we posted a report titled "Could Apple be on the Cusp of a New Era of Remarkable Innovation?" In that report we noted the lunacy of ...

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09:36
Surprising Samsung-Intel Alliance formed to Deliver New Sm...

It's being reported today that Samsung Display has teamed with Intel to promote transparent displays. Samsung said the 55-inch transparent display is integrated with Intel's Real Sense technology ...

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09:32
iOS 9 Files Hint at Front-Facing Camera Improvements With...

Code hidden within iOS 9 files hints at upcoming iPhone improvements, suggesting Apple could potentially be planning to introduce a front-facing camera with flash support, the ability to capture 1080p video, and several rear-facing camera capabilities, like Panorama and Slo-Mo modes.

"CAMCaptureCapabilities" files in iOS 9 discovered by developer Hamza Sood have file names like "[CAMCaptureCapabilities isFront1080p120Supported]," which seems to refer to the front-facing camera on the iPhone. At the current time, the front-facing "FaceTime" camera is able to capture 1.2-megapixel photos and record 720p HD video.

There's no indication that these particular file names reflect Apple's upcoming plans for the front-facing camera, but it's possible that these are improvements we may see in the future. The front-facing camera has always lagged behind the rear-facing camera in order to save space...

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07:45
Apple Fixes iMessage Crashing Bug in iOS 8.4 Beta 4

Apple seeded the fourth beta of iOS 8.4 to developers yesterday with a fix for a messaging bug that causes an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to crash after receiving a specific string of Unicode characters via iMessage or SMS (via HDBlog.it). The bug also affects the Mac and Apple Watch and extends to third-party messaging apps such as Snapchat, Twitter and WhatsApp, as the issue is tied to the way banner notifications process Unicode.

Sending the string of characters to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch results in an immediate respring, causing the device to crash and quickly reboot. From there, if the...

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07:03
Apple Rumored to be Changing Glass Technologies to allow f...

According to a new supply chain rumor, Apple is in discussions over whether to go back to glass-on-glass (G/G) or on-cell glass instead of in-cell technology for future iPhone devices ...

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06:46
Spotify Announces 75M Active Users, Raises $526M Following...

Spotify today announced that it now has more than 75 million active users and 20 million paid subscribers worldwide as the Sweden-based streaming music service prepares to compete with Apple Music, available June 30 on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC.

Spotify doubled the 10 million paid subscribers it had through May 2014 in just one year, and has now paid over $3 billion in royalties to artists, songwriters and rights holders, including more than $300 million in the first three months of 2015 alone.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Spotify has also raised $526 million in a funding round that values the company at $8.53 billion, giving it significantly more...

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05:58
The Same Legal Hounds who were Involved in Apple's e-...

The same attorneys general office that was involved in the e-books price-fixing investigation against Apple is at it again. This time they appear to be pre-emptively looking into the terms of Apple's new music service for any signs of industry collusion before Apple Music is available to consumers at the end of this month.

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05:01
Apple Maps Vehicles Collecting 'Street View' Dat...

Apple has published a support document on its website confirming that it has been using a fleet of vehicles to collect street-level imagery for Apple Maps. Apple outlines that it will blur faces and license plates on images, as Google Maps does for Street View, and lists where Apple Maps vehicles will be driving in the United States, England and Ireland between June 15 to June 30."Apple is driving vehicles around the world to collect data which will be used to improve Apple Maps. Some of this data will be published in future Apple Maps updates. We are committed to protecting your privacy while collecting this data. For example, we will blur faces and license plates on collected images prior to publication."Apple has been driving around fifth-generation Dodge Caravans equipped with LiDAR camera equipment on the roof to collect street-level imagery in the United...

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Tuesday June 9

22:02
Phil Schiller Talks 16 GB iPhones and Thinness vs Battery...

A day after the WWDC keynote address, Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller joined Daring Fireball's John Gruber on Gruber's podcast, The Talk Show. The episode has not yet been posted, but The Verge was on hand to document the interview. Schiller addressed concerns about 16 GB iPhones, the decision between thin devices and battery life and the single USB port on the MacBook.

Gruber suggested to Schiller that the Cupertino company's iOS devices should come with larger storage capacities on the low end, as the 16 GB of storage provided in the base iPhone 6 or 6 Plus is harder to live with with the current size of apps. Schiller countered that services like iCloud could make up the difference.
"The belief is more and more as we use iCloud services for documents and our photos and videos and music," he said...

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12:26
Eddy Cue and Jimmy Iovine Talk Apple Music in Series of In...

Following yesterday's debut of Apple Music, Jimmy Iovine and iTunes Chief Eddy Cue sat down with Billboard to discuss the new service and app, which combine on-demand streaming music with 24/7 radio and a social networking platform where artists can interact with fans.

According to Cue, the $9.99 individual price point for Apple Music wasn't a sticking point for the company as some earlier reports suggested, but the company was invested in negotiating a reasonable family subscription price. Apple Music lets up to 6 family members share an account for $14.99, a price point that Cue says will get entire families on board with the service.

I think the cost of an album for a month of subscription is fair. Could you argue, $7.99 or $8.99? Who cares. I...

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11:22
Cadillac will Support CarPlay in 2016

It was just two weeks ago that we posted a report titled "Chevrolet will Offer CarPlay in More Models than any other Automotive Brand this year." GM stated that there will be 14 vehicle models supported Carplay this year and today we're learning that most GM's Cadillac line will support Carplay as well. Our cover graphic is an example of a Cadillac infotainment system integrating Apple's CarPlay.

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11:02
Hands-On Look at iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan

At yesterday's WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled its next generation operating systems for Mac and iOS, introducing both OS X 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9. We've done a hands-on overview of the two new operating systems, to give you a look at some of the changes that Apple has implemented.

With iOS 9, there are several underlying improvements that improve battery life and reduce the amount of storage space the operating system takes up, a huge benefit for users with 16GB devices. Siri's become more intelligent, and the whole OS has been updated with "Proactive" features that help you better manage your life.

A revamped search screen on the left of the home screen offers up a list of commonly used...

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10:15
Apple Pay to be Limited in the UK to only US$31 per Transa...

According to the BBC, Major UK banks, apart from Barclays who is "vaguely" in talks with Apple, have announced that they will offer the new Apple Pay system. But there's a very strange cap being put on Apple Pay that we didn't hear about during yesterday's WWDC Keynote.

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10:00
Apple Seeds Fifth OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite Beta to Developers...

Apple today seeded the fifth beta of OS X 10.10.4 to developers and public beta testers, approximately two weeks after releasing the fourth OS X 10.10.4 beta and two months after releasing the first OS X 10.10.4 beta. OS X 10.10.4 has been in testing since mid-April, following the early April release of OS X 10.10.3, which included the new Photos for OS X app.

The new beta, build 14E33b, can downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store or through the Mac Developer Center.

OS X 10.10.3 brought several consumer-facing changes including the new Photos for OS X app, a redesigned emoji picker, and diversified emoji, but OS X 10.10.4 appears to be an under-the-hood update that...

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09:56
Apple Seeds Fourth iOS 8.4 Beta With Revamped Music App to...

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of iOS 8.4 to registered developers for testing purposes, nearly a month after seeding the third iOS 8.4 beta and almost two months after launching the first iOS 8.4 beta. iOS 8.4 has been in testing since mid-April, following the early April release of iOS 8.3. Today's beta is the third that public beta testers have received.

Today's beta update, build 12H4125a, is available as an over-the-air download and through the iOS Developer Center.

iOS 8.4 beta 4's release notes still include a number of lingering issues with the new Music app that will need to be resolved before the software can be released to the public. Problems include an inability to use Siri with iTunes Radio, issues with...

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09:37
Video: Pandora's CFO on Apple Music

Pandora's CFO, Mike Herring, came on CNBC's "Squawk Alley" show earlier this morning with anchors Carl Quintanilla and Kayla Tausche to defend their business.

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09:04
Video: CNBC Interviews Analyst on Apple Music vs. Spotify

CNBC had David Garrity, Principal of GVA Research on the air today to talk about Apple Music.

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07:33
A Korean Survey Confirms that Apple Beat out Samsung and L...

In January we posted a report titled "Apple's iPhone 6 Smashed Smartphone Sales Record on Samsung's Home Turf." The reported noted that Apple had captured a record 33 percent market share in South Korea in November, the highest ever for a foreign brand. To rub that wound with a little salt ...

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07:21
Cadillac Announces CarPlay and Android Auto Support Coming...

GM today announced that its luxury car brand Cadillac will add CarPlay and Android Auto support to its 2016 model year vehicles, which will begin rolling out this summer.

CarPlay will be available in all 2016 vehicles equipped with a CUE 8-inch multi-touch screen, excluding the SRX Crossover, while Android Auto will be phased in at a later date."Cadillac CUE provides owners a smart and simple way to access both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A “Projection” icon will appear on the CUE screen, to enable simpler, easier access to key smartphone functions, including navigation, contacts, hands-free text messaging and select applications supported by Apple or Google."CarPlay-equipped vehicles have a built-in touchscreen display that provides quick and easy access to Maps, Phone, Messages, Music, Podcasts and third-party apps such as Spotify, Rdio,...

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06:44
Apple Granted 48 Patents Today along with an Important Rei...

In 2011 Apple was granted a patent for a wildly advanced digital pen that was in many ways like the Livescribe pen for iOS and Android today. Today, Apple's reissued patent was listed amongst Apple's granted patents.

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05:39
Apple Granted a Patent Relating to Touch ID for Future Mac...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 48 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's patent that shows us that Apple is considering integrating Touch ID into future Macs.

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04:35
Apple Wins 7 Design Patents Covering the iPhone 6, the Lea...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 48 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's design patents covering the iPhone 6 and more.

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03:16
Apple is Granted a Patent for a Motion Tracking User Inter...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 48 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple's second granted patent relating to motion tracking through head tracking.

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Monday June 8

18:40
Apple Shares Full Video of Today's WWDC Keynote Prese...

With Apple's big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote wrapped up, the company has posted a full video of the event on its website, letting viewers who missed the keynote watch all the announcements on their own time. Apple will also eventually upload the live stream to iTunes and YouTube.

During the keynote, Apple also shared several videos on Apple Music and a video on the App Store, which we've listed below.

- Apple Music - Music needed a home...so we built it one.
- Apple Music - Worldwide
- Apple Music - History of Sound
- The App Effect

Along with the videos, you can also check out our full list of media event highlights below, featuring all...

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18:15
2015 Apple Design Award Winners Announced: Fantastical 2,...

Following today's Worldwide Developers keynote, Apple held an event to announce the winners of its prestigious Apple Design Awards. Apple's Design Awards are handed out each year and highlight a selection of the year's best apps available on iOS and Mac, honoring all kinds of apps from utilities to games.

Apple created its design awards to recognize high-quality apps that combine design and technology in creative, compelling, and powerful ways. Along with significant recognition and a trophy, Apple gives its Design Award winners a selection of Apple products each year.

This year's winners include popular calendar app Fantastical 2, personal automation tool Workflow, and stock trading app ...

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17:06
A Quick Overview of Apple's WWDC Announcements

Apple's WWDC Keynote had to be one of the longest in history. If you were waiting for the new Apple Music announcements, then you had to wait close to 2 hours ...

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15:43
iOS 9 Tidbits: Battery Saving Features, Search for Setting...

Apple covered the major new features of iOS 9 during today's keynote event, introducing a more intelligent and proactive Siri, split-screen multitasking for the iPad, major performance enhancements, Transit directions in Maps, a new News app, and more, but there are hundreds of other minor improvements that went unmentioned.

We've gathered up a list of some of the more notable changes and hidden new features in iOS 9 that have not yet been mentioned, to give you a better idea of what we can expect to see when the new operating system is released in the fall.

iCloud Drive - It wasn't mentioned during the keynote, but there's a new optional iCloud Drive app on iOS that can be turned on in the Settings menu. The app lets you access files stored in iCloud Drive.

Keyboard changes -...

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14:22
MasterCard UK & Ireland Customers have Access to Apple...

Today during Apple's WWDC 2015 Keynote, Jennifer Baily, a 10-year Apple Veteran and VP of Internet Services, took to the Stage to talk about Apple Pay coming to the UK. More importantly, MasterCard announced that they'll be offering its customer's access to Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way ...

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12:38
Apple Announces iOS 9 With Proactive Siri, Maps Transit, i...

At today's WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled iOS 9, the latest version of its mobile operating system. iOS 9, which is designed to improve upon iOS 8, has four central areas of focus: intelligence, apps, iPad multitasking, and foundation.

With iOS 9, our iOS devices are more intelligent and proactive thanks to improved Siri features and new deeper Spotlight search, and the iPad experience is better than ever with the addition of multitasking, letting users run two apps at once on the same screen. Built in apps like Notes and Maps have gained new features, there's a newly announced News app for reading news stories, and Passbook has been renamed to Wallet.

Most importantly, performance...

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12:37
Apple Announces watchOS 2 With Native Apps, Third-Party Co...

At today's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple detailed some major changes coming to watchOS, the operating system that powers the Apple Watch. New features in watchOS 2 include support for native apps, third-party complications, communications improvements, better health and fitness performance, new Siri capabilities, and more.

With watchOS 2, Apple Watch apps are going to see some major improvements. Developers will be able to build apps that run entirely on the Apple Watch, speeding up launch speeds, and they're also getting access to a whole host of Apple Watch features.

Developers have access to the Taptic Engine, to build haptic notifications into third-party applications, and they're also getting access to sensors like the accelerometer and the heart rate sensor. That means third-party apps will be able to track your movement and heart rate, contributing...

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11:49
Apple Announces 'Apple Music' With 'Beats 1...

Apple today announced Apple Music, an all-in-one app for discovering, listening to and sharing music. Apple Music is both a streaming music service and 24-hour live radio station, in addition to a platform for artists to share lyrics, backstage photos, videos or latest songs for fans to comment on and share through social media.

Apple Music's streaming music service enables users to search and stream millions of songs from iTunes, with human curated playlists from music experts for improved personalization over algorithmically created playlists. Apple Music will be available for iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC on June 30, with support for Apple TV and Android coming in the fall.

Apple's new 24-hour global radio station called Beats 1 will be broadcast live in over 100 countries, headlined by former BBC radio DJ Zane Lowe alongside other...

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Monday January 3

14:52
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