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Saturday September 5

05:11
This week on AppleInsider: Cisco link-up, Sept. 9...

News was jam-packed ahead of Sept. 9's press event with Apple announcing a Cisco enterprise partnership, and a flood of rumors emerging about things like video content deals, the fourth-generation Apple TV, and a 21.5-inch 4K iMac.

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Friday September 4

16:54
Apple installs banners, flags at Bill Graham Civic...

Apple is starting to dress up the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco with posters, banners and flags in preparation of a special event next week expected to include new iPhones, Apple TV hardware and more.

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16:27
BlackBerry spends $425M on secure iOS solutions...

BlackBerry on Friday announced the acquisition of mobility services firm Good Technology in what appears to be an attempt at protecting its position in secure mobile enterprise solutions before declining into complete irrelevancy.

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15:30
AWT News Update: September 4, 2015

A short news update before we head into the long US Labor Day weekend:

  • The documentary Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine opens in a limited run and online
  • A Fresno State student was uninjured after an armed robber shot him... and hit his iPhone
  • A new Apple Store is set to open in Brussels, Belgium on September 19
  • No AWT News Update on Monday

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for September 4, 2015.

Yesterday we brought you word that the movie Steve Jobs was going to premiere at...

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15:04
Apple begins decorating Bill Graham Civic Auditorium...


Image via James Martin

The very first Apple logos have started appearing at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, which will be the site of next week’s iPhone 6S/Apple TV event. A few photos have hit Twitter showing the company’s banners being put up in preparation for the event…

Setting up for Apple event next week at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium http://t.co/aCI1pXBX6I


James Martin (@Jamesco) ...

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15:00
How Apple Succeeds in an Amazon World

In a world that seems relentlessly focused on buying things, with Amazon's help, Apple not only succeeds outside of Amazon's sphere, it thrives. Just exactly how does Apple do that and what does it mean for the future of both companies? John Martellaro has some thoughts.


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14:53
Twitter adds follow suggestions to iPhone app’s main...

Twitter has announced a new update to its iPhone app that will make it easier for users to track down new people to follow.

Having apparently come to the conclusion that many users are eager to see more content they didn’t ask for in their main timelines, the social network will now present a list of users you may be interested in following at the top of the screen.

We're adding who to follow to iPhone & Android home timelines to show interesting accounts: support.twitter.com/articles/227220 http://t.co/PLHDJsMbBH


Twitter (@twitter)...

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14:50
Prep for El Capitan Now with Take Control Books

With the official release of OS X 10.11 El Capitan coming ever closer, we have an early-bird version of Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of Upgrading to El Capitan” to help you get ready, along with a pre-order discount on Scholle McFarland’s “El Capitan: A Take Control Crash Course.”

 

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14:34
The mobile Internet is the real Internet

Benedict Evans:

For as long as the idea of the ‘mobile internet’ has been around, we’ve thought of it a cut-down subset of the ‘real’ Internet. I’d suggest it’s time to invert that – to think about mobile as the real internet and the desktop as the limited, cut-down version.

He’s right. Even looking at The Loop’s stats, many more people access the site on mobile browsers than ever before—more than 50 percent. For many people, the mobile Internet is the real Internet.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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14:20
Rumor: Apple acquires real-time motion capture firm...

A report on Friday claims Apple has potentially purchased Faceshift, a Swiss firm working on real-time facial motion capture animation through proprietary markerless technology.

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13:15
Why You Should Upgrade (On Your Own Terms)

There’s an increasing backlash against the constant drumbeat to upgrade to the latest and greatest, and we understand why these nonstop upgrades might make you frustrated or even angry. However, even though many upgrades are a pointless waste of pixels, Adam Engst argues that keeping up is necessary.

 

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12:36
Controversial 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the...

Alex Gibney's documentary "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine," which has been heavily criticized by Apple executives, made its official debut on Friday, appearing in a limited theatrical run, as well as on a variety of online services.

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12:08
Apps: Goat Simulator MMO, Plum’s Creaturizer, Worms...

New Apps Goat Simulator MMO Simulator ($5) — Coffee Stain Studios takes their infamous Goat Simulator into a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game, allowing you to become a goat in a much larger world, interacting with other simulated goats. Five different character classes include Warrior, Rouge, Magician, Hunter and Microwave, and dozens of quests let you level up a hundred times, and you even get elves and dwarves thrown in for good measure.…

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12:07
Apple reportedly purchased facial motion-capture...

A new rumor floating around the web today indicates that Apple may have recently purchased FaceShift, a Swiss tech company specializing in real-time markerless facial motion capture. It wouldn’t be Apple’s first purchase in the area of facial motion capture or gesture control, though outside of the new Apple TV, it’s unclear what they might be using it for.

While Apple and FaceShift haven’t yet confirmed the buyout, there are some...

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11:55
Amplified: Daniel Tiger

Jim and Dan talk about the upcoming Apple event next week in San Francisco, the Apple Watch, the Apple TV, Apple Maps, DVDs vs. buying movies online vs. renting movies, bylines on The Loop, and more.

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11:48
iPhone stops bullet in armed robbery

A Fresno State student is lucky to be uninjured after an armed robbery near the campus in which a gunshot fired by the thief was blocked by the victim’s iPhone, police said.

Damn.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:31
Runtastic debuts Moment smartwatch, combining analog...

Runtastic on Friday launched the Moment, a new smartwatch that employs a traditional analog watch face but with smartphone-connected fitness tracking.

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11:20
NetNewsWire available for Mac and iOS

Back in the day, this was everyone’s RSS reader. Good to see it back and updated.

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10:50
Now you can get alerts from your Philips crockpot,...

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10:46
Four takeaways from 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the...

UPDATE 9/4/2015— While Danny Boyle’s biopic Steve Jobs plays at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend, reviews are coming out for the wider release of the Alex Gibney–directed documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine. The A.V. Club calls it “sensationalistic,” while the Los Angeles Times found it “engrossing” and “unsparing.”, and the New York Times says...

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10:24
Philips at work on Hue Bridge to connect Hue lights...

Philips is preparing to launch a device called the Hue Bridge, apprarently designed to link current Hue products with Apple's HomeKit platform, according to a now-deleted store page from a Dutch lighting retailer.

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10:17
$415 Million Settlement Approved In Tech Worker Anti...

An anonymous reader writes: Adobe, Apple, Google, and Intel have been embroiled in a high-profile court case accusing them of creating anti-poaching agreements in an attempt to keep tech industry salaries under control. Now, Judge Lucy Koh has ruled that the $415 million settlement against the tech giants is fair, and will stand. Koh also cut in half the amount awarded to the attorneys in the case. The lawsuit was a class-action originally joined by about 64,000 workers. Other companies were involved with the case, and reached settlements earlier, and a few members of the class action may opt out of any settlement. But the remaining members will only get something in the vicinity of $6,000 apiece for the damage done to their earnings.


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10:06
“Love Song To The Earth”

A group of artists recorded this song to benefit climate change. It’s available exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music with all proceeds go to Friends of the Earth U.S. and the UN Foundation.

Artists involved in the song are Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Natasha Bedingfield, Leona Lewis, Sean Paul, Johnny Rzeznik, Krewella, Angelique Kidjo, Kelsea Ballerini, Nicole Scherzinger, Christina Grimmie, Victoria Justice, and Q’Orianka Kilcher.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:57
xylum Apple Watch Charging Dock / Stand [Sponsor]

This is the Apple Watch Charging Dock Apple should have released, check xylum out here.

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09:32
Apple may introduce less expensive gold Apple Watch...

Apple may still have a few surprises in store for its Sept. 9 event, including a "revamped iPad keyboard" and a less expensive gold variant of the current Apple Watch design, according to The New York Times.

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09:00
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13” Retina MacBook Pro $1,150...

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications.

Today’s can’t miss deals:

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08:47
BlackBerry buys iOS enterprise software maker Good...

BlackBerry is back in the news today as the company is making a move further into the enterprise mobility management space. BlackBerry is buying the Sunnyvale, California-based company Good Technology in an all-cash deal worth $425 million. For BlackBerry, the purchase is about investing into cross-platform mobile device management for enterprise customers, an increasing focus for the company since it’s reign as the top handset maker was stifled by iOS and Android.

Enhanced by Good, BlackBerry will expand its...

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08:14
Wells Fargo says low expectations for Apple's...

There's a feeling on Wall Street that everything is already known and expected heading into Apple's "Hey Siri" event, investment firm Wells Fargo said on Friday, suggesting that any potential surprises could help push the company's stock higher.

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08:00
The Week in iPad Cases: Moshi’s compact messenger...

Bag, backpack, or shoulder bag?

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes unique cases from Booq, Speck, and STM, plus classic looks from Targus, Griffin, and CaseCrown.

Booq

Manufactured with a water-repellent fabric, the Cobra Squeeze backpack (all iPad models; $195) has plenty of storage compartments for all of your gear.

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07:44
21.5-inch iMac could get its Retina 4K upgrade in...

One year after dialing up the screen resolution of its 27-inch iMac, Apple will reportedly do the same with its 21.5-inch all-in-one.

Citing unnamed sources, 9to5Mac claims that Apple will announce the 21.5-inch iMac with 4K Retina display by the end of October, alongside the launch of OS X El Capitan. The new high-res iMac would then ship in November.

The exact screen resolution will be 4096-by-2304, 9to5Mac claims. This resolution has previously appeared in the code from Apple’s El Capitan Developer Preview. Currently, the 21.5-inch iMac has a resolution of 1920-by-1080.

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07:33
Rumor: Apple to release 21.5-inch 4K iMac in October

A 4K iMac sounds undeniably cool and sexy.

And it might be en route for this October.

The rumor comes on the heels of a new 21.5-inch Retina iMac has been anticipated for several months, following the discovery of code in OS X El Capitan that pointed towards a 21.5-inch machine with a resolution of 4096 x 2304. That code pointed towards Broadwell chips with Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 and AMD Radeon M380 – M395X discrete graphics, which may hint at a 4K iMac.

Reliable contact and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated in early August that the iMac line was due for a refresh this quarter. adding new processors and improved display quality that brings greater color...

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07:31
Apple’s ‘Hey Siri’ Event Roundup: Upgraded iPhone 6s...

Apple’s Wednesday, September 9th event is shaping up to be one of the largest in the company’s history. The Cupertino-based company is planning to unveil several major new products on stage, including a pair of new iPhones with revamped internals, a sequel to the Apple TV, a larger version of the ...

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07:16
Firefox for iOS preview released in New Zealand,...

If you’ve been hankering for Firefox on your iOS device for years, it looks like it’s on its way.

Mozilla has launched a limited trial program of the web browser in New Zealand to shake out bugs and gather data ahead of a planned worldwide debut later this year.

Mozilla announced availability of the first Firefox for iOS preview on Thursday, noting testing will expand beyond New Zealand to other unnamed countries before a full public launch.

The company will use the test build to gather data and user feedback to figure out what features to develop. Among the current features undergoing testing is Intelligent Search...

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07:12
How to Mute Unwanted Tweets in Tweetbot

Tired of your Twitter feed being full of junk you don’t care to see? Before you unfollow, read Josh Centers’s guide to muting unwanted topics in Tweetbot.

 

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06:42
Add NFL stats to any show with Comcast's new app

If you can't get enough gridiron minutiae and analysis, Comcast has just unveiled Football Extras for its X1 sports app. It'll work in a similar way to Comcast's Baseball Extras, which was delivered to baseball stat fans earlier this summer. Armcha...

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06:37
Belgium's first Apple Store to open in Brussels...

Apple has reportedly confirmed plans to open its first Belgian store in the capital city of Brussels on Sept. 19, erecting a special construction barricade around a building on Avenue Toison d'Or. [updated]

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06:21
Another working Apple I being auctioned, expected to...

An original Apple I is being auctioned by Bonhams in New York in October, and is expected to sell for upwards of half a million dollars, reports Quirker. It has been authenticated as one of the first 50 constructed by Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs’ garage, and is said to be fully working and in fantastic condition.

Corey Cohen, Apple-1 expert and member of the Board of Directors for Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists Museum said: “It’s in incredible condition. It’s nearly 40 years old, next year. It’s one of the best condition Apple-1s we’ve ever seen – not just at auction, but at any physical place at all.”

The machine is believed to be one of only six original Apple I computers in working...

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06:21
OSVR's open-source VR headset is slowly taking...

The Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) headset will get a significant upgrade soon. Gaming peripheral company Razer announced the OSVR program back in January, but the first prototype headset was an underwhelming affair with uncomfortable ergonomic...

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06:00
ICYMI: Self-healing plastic, Star Wars gear and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: We are seriously in awe of the scientific discovery that came from studying squid. Researchers developed a plastic that can reform, no weaker, after getting cut in half-- just so long as water is applied to it. And i...

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05:48
RBC reiterates $150 target for Apple stock, sees...

Apple's Sept. 9 event, where it is expected to introduce a new iPhone and Apple TV, will likely be a catalyst for shares of the company, RBC Capital Markets told investors on Friday, while reiterating its $150 price target.

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05:44
'Batman: Arkham Knight' for PC should be...

Batman: Arkham Knight was supposed to be the perfect swansong for Rocksteady's Dark Knight trilogy. While the game was received positively on PS4 and Xbox One, the PC version was a mess -- so bad, in fact, that Warner Bros. eventually pulled it com...

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05:42
Apple officially confirms first Apple Store in...

Apple has now officially confirmed the opening date of its first Belgian retail store, opening in Brussels on 19th September. The date is shown on the hoarding outside the new store, located on Avenue de la Toison d’Or (also known as Gulden Vlieslaan), and was confirmed by Apple to ANV.

The wording on the hoarding reads ‘Creativity, to be continued,’ and features paintings by local artists (below). The store is a large one, at 1500 square metres, reports iCulture. The store is not yet shown on Apple’s website.

We first saw job listings for Apple Store-specific roles in Brussels as long ago as...

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05:32
Runtastic Moment combines fitness tracking and an...

After being acquired by Adidas for $240 million, Runtastic isn’t stopping to catch its breath. On Friday the company announced the Runtastic Moment, a line of analog watches that also track your fitness. Instead of wearing a watch and a rubber fitness bracelet, one device can count your steps and active minutes, and a quick glance at its face will show you not only the time, but also your progress toward the day’s goals.

Runtastic

Runtastic Moment Fun

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05:30
Here's how to watch Microsoft's IFA keynote

Unlike Sony, Samsung, Huawei and others, Microsoft isn't putting on a flashy press conference at this year's IFA. That said, Nick Parker, Corporate VP of the company's OEM division, will be taking to the stage to deliver a keynote speech entitled "...

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05:24
AppleInsider podcast delves into the rumored Apple...

With just a few days to go until Apple's Sept. 9 event, the AppleInsider podcast dives deep into the future of Apple TV, streaming content, rumors of new iMacs, new retail store designs, the next-generation iPhone, and an enterprise push with Cisco.

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05:15
IFA Day 2: Samsung's product showcase

IFA 2015 is turning out to be a trade show where the only company announcing anything of interest is Samsung. That's why our wrap-up of day two covers the company's new SmartThings Home Hub, its SleepSense monitor and the Ultra HD Blu-ray player...

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05:08
Steve Jobs movies: Man in the Machine documentary...

Steve Jobs, the Universal Pictures biopic written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, gets its debut screening tomorrow at the Telluride Film Festival. This is followed by a screening at the New York Film Festival on Oct 3rd, before its national release on ...

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05:00
An Insider Betrayed Ashley Madison - Go Figure


When the giant data breach at infidelity website Ashley Madison made headlines last month, the CEO of the site's owner was quick to claim the caper was an inside job. He had the attacker's profile and work credentials, Avid Life Media's CEO Noel Biderman told ace cybersecurity blogger Brian Krebs. Though not an employee, the individual had accessed the company's technical services. Biderman is no longer at ALM -- he resigned last week after emails stolen from Ashley Madison exposed his infidelities -- but his inside-job assertion lives on.

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05:00
Meet your new (old) favorite endless runner for iOS...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play. 

Let me introduce you to your new favorite endless runner, Race the Sun. It’s got everything you’ve been looking for: Stunning visuals, silky-smooth gameplay, and, of course, an element of strategy you don’t often find in endless runners.

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04:59
Runtastic launches new ‘Moment’ wearable w/...

Runtastic, the maker of popular fitness apps that was acquired by Adidas earlier this year, is today announcing the launch of its latest companion hardware with the new Runtastic Moment fitness tracking smart watch.

The company already sold hardware to go along with its popular workout tracking apps, including...

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04:09
37M Americans used Apple Music in the first month,...

Update: ComScore has issued a clarification to its original press release, giving 37M (not 44M) as the number and stating that its measurement does not distinguish between streaming and local music.

Clarification: “Apple Music,”  as it appears in comScore’s July reporting, is the same measured entity as the previously named “iTunes Radio/iCloud” that has been reported in past months’ mobile rankings. This entity, now under the new name, is referring to Apple’s native music app, which captures all music activity within that app, including listening via the streaming service, radio service and users’ personally downloaded music libraries.

Analytics data from ComScore shows that 37M Americans used Apple Music in its first month, making it the 14th...

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04:00
Android Wear on iOS: A hobbled, Google-centric...

You can use Android Wear smartwatches with iPhones now. You shouldn't, but you can.

That's not a value judgment of Android Wear relative to the Apple Watch or WatchOS—both platforms do a lot of the same things, at least when paired to a phone running the same OS. It's more about what Google (or any third-party wearable vendor) can actually do on Apple's platform, which despite recent progress still restricts third-party hardware and software from doing many of the things that first-party hardware and software can do.

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Thursday September 3

22:19
HBO GO activation page for Apple TV suggests support...

Charter Communications subscribers might soon be able to stream HBO programming to their Apple TV, as an updated HBO GO activation page now lists the U.S. cable company as a participating provider

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21:23
Sphero's BB-8 droid from Star Wars rolls into...

Sphero, maker of iOS-connected robot toys, is bringing The Force to Apple Stores this Friday when it introduces BB-8, a rolling ball model named after the astromech droid from Disney's upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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20:08
Lloyds Bank Apple Pay support appears to be a small...

Apple Pay officially launched in the U.K. earlier this summer with support from 8 banks, but notably missing from the list was popular bank Lloyds. It appears, however, that Lloyds is inching closer to launching support Apple Pay. As noted by several readers, U.K. residents can now add a Lloyds card to your Wallet, and almost complete the process, but the app presents an error at the end when you are presented with the terms and conditions…

Previously, Lloyds customers would be presented with a “Your Issuer Does Not Yet Offer Support for This Card” error when trying to add a card to Apple Pay. Now, that error no longer...

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19:05
Joy of Tech Comic Nails the Difference Between Cable...

This is so poignant, so spot on. So #totallynailedit. Nitrozac and Snaggy have made a new cartoon for The Joy of Tech called Apple TV: us and them! that utterly encapsulates the reality of the cable TV industry, Apple, and Apple customers, too. Not bad for two frames. Snaggy gave me permission to republish it, so check it out and tell me what you think.


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18:02
First Firefox for iOS preview now available in New...

Firefox today has released the first public preview version of its browser for iOS. Unfortunately, the company is first making the preview version of the browser available to users in New Zealand only. Firefox notes, however, that it will expand the preview to a few more countries as time progresses, before ultimately launching the browser to the public.

Firefox says that it is primarily using the first preview to collect feedback from users to help it improve the features and stability of the browser before a widespread launch. One notable feature that the company is collecting data on is Intelligent Search. This feature, built into Firefox, provides suggested search results and the choice of search providers, as seen in the middle screenshot above. Another notable feature of the app is support for Firefox Accounts, which allows you to keep all of your browser history, passwords, and tabs synced between your various devices. Finally, the app also supports Visual Tabs,...

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17:49
Firefox for iOS preview launches in New Zealand, to...

It appears that Mozilla is making progress with its Firefox for iOS browser, as the company launched a limited trial program in New Zealand to shake out bugs and gather data ahead of a planned worldwide debut later this year.

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17:41
Airbnb for iOS updated with support for Apple Watch


Airbnb, the popular service that allows you to instantly book homes, apartments, and more on the go, has today been updated with support for Apple Watch. The update, which bumps the app to version 15.35, adds support for Apple’s wearable and makes it even easier and quicker for both hosts and guests to handle reservations.

Hosts with an Apple Watch can now respond to bookings straight from their wrist. Our new app: http://t.co/R62zg1xwOD


  (@Airbnb) September 03, 2015

With Airbnb on Apple Watch, hosts can quickly be notified of new booking requests and be presented with the traveler’s name, photo, requested dates, and personal message directly on the Watch itself. The hosts can...

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16:47
Apple launches new gaming-centric Twitter account...

Apple activated a new Twitter account on Thursday dedicated to iOS App Store games and run by App Store editors, a move that some suggest could be tied to gaming capabilities for an expected Apple TV hardware refresh.

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15:53
Amazon buys mobile video services firm Elemental...

Amazon on Thursday announced the acquisition of Elemental Technologies, a firm that provides video processing services for encoding and transcoding traditional media content for consumption smartphones, tablets and PCs.

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15:42
∞ Dom Esposito looks at Samsung Gear S2 and Apple...

Good video if you were wondering about the differences between the two devices.

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15:15
Patriot Ready With a USB-C Flash Drive for Apple’s...

The new Apple MacBook comes with with a USB-C port precluding the use of any USB-A Flash drive without an adapter. Patriot Memory has solved that problem by launching a dual port USB-C, USB-A, combo Flash drive in 32 and 64 GB sizes at good price points. It's called the Stellar-C. John Martellaro has been testing one and posts his review.


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15:00
AWT News Update: September 3, 2015

Movies, rumors, rumors and rumors. Oh, yeah, and iTunes and Apple Music need work. That's all in today's AWT News Update:

  • "Steve Jobs" will premiere this weekend at the Telluride Film Festival
  • An iTunes international VP admits that iTunes and Apple Music need fixing
  • Philips has a HomeKit-compatible Hue Bridge coming out
  • Might be a 21.5-inch Retina display iMac coming in October, coinciding with the release of OS X El Capitan
  • Apple's sold over a million Apple Watches in China alone, and more...

The text version is located below! Want to watch a video version? That's available here. 

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14:40
Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs' to make...

Although its official debut isn't scheduled until October, Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic will make an early showing at this weekend's Telluride Film Festival in Colorado.

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14:20
Apple Committed to ‘Cleaning Up’ Apple Music

Apple is working on "cleaning up certain things" about Apple Music, according to Oliver Schusser, vice president, iTunes International, for Apple. In an interview with The Guardian, Mr. Schusser said that Apple has been getting feedback from 110 markets around the world, and was focused on improving the Apple Music experience.


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14:05
Retailer Screws Up, Shows Off HomeKit Compatible Hue...

When Philips said its Hue smart lightbulb line would be HomeKit compatible the assumption was that we'd need some piece of new hardware to make that happen, and now we have confirmation thanks to a light retailer in the Netherlands who added the new Hue Bridge to its online store prematurely. The bad news is the HomeKit compatible Hue Bridge will cost about US$60, but the good news is you won't have to replace any of your bulbs.

The Mac Observer Spin: Spending extra cash to make your Hue lights HomeKit compatible does kind of suck, but it isn't like you have to replace all of your bulbs, too. So at least there's that.


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14:02
External Link: Hulu Now Offering an Ad-Free Option

Tired of the repetitive commercials on Hulu Plus? The good news is that the streaming TV service is now offering a commercial free version for $11.99 per month, with the ad-laden version still available at $7.99 per month. However, some shows, like ABC’s “Agents of SHIELD” will still feature ads.

 

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13:44
Microsoft updates Skype iPhone & iPad apps with...

Microsoft on Thursday released major updates of its Skype apps for iPhone and iPad, redesigning their interfaces for better ease-of-use and more visual appeal, while giving iPad users access to options like location sharing and interactive notifications.

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13:43
Google Drive for iOS update brings multiple file...

A new update to Google Drive for iOS brings a couple notable, highly-requested features to the app. Included in the update, users will now be able to select multiple files at once in order to perform an action like saving for offline, adding a star to important files, or rearranging and organizing. The new feature is something that has long been requested by users and makes managing and sharing multiple files at once much easier than in the past.

In addition, the update includes the ability to share, rename or view file details much quicker with new quick share buttons when tapping on a file.

And lastly, Google says the updated app will include the usual performance improvements.

The updated...

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13:38
Tip of the Day: See when messages were received on...

Due to the limited screen space, the Apple Watch adds timestamps to your messaging conversations far less frequently, so it may not be clear just by glancing when a given message was actually sent or received. Fortunately there’s an easy way to check this out, and it works the same way as it does on your iPhone. When viewing the message list, pull any conversation bubble to the right and you’ll see the timestamps displayed beside each…

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13:02
Latest comScore figures show iPhone growing and...

Updated comScore analytics data published on Thursday suggests that Apple's U.S. smartphone share is still increasing in the U.S., despite the imminent arrival of new models.

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12:56
Apple Music ‘adding features and cleaning up’...

While Apple Music’s content library may be plenty, there’s undoubtedly issues with the software behind it as the product is new and faces the hurdle of integration with lots of legacy iTunes cruft. Some may find that okay during the start of the three-month free trial period, but Apple’s streaming music service will have to shape up and quick if it wants to compete with Spotify and others in the same space. Oliver Schusser, iTunes International VP, tells The Guardian that Apple is currently working to clean up and improve the overall product:

“There’s a lot of work going into making the product...

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12:18
‘6S’ ad agency jumps on iPhone hype train, asks...

A New York-based ad agency is taking advantage of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6S announcement next week and doing the only natural thing any smart PR team would do: advertising. The company, which goes by the name 6S Marketing, argues that a giant company like Apple using the iPhone 6S moniker for its next-gen handset could put its unique name in jeopardy.

The agency said they picked the name 6S back in 2000 because it sounds like “success” when spoken, and instead would prefer Apple call their next flagship the iPhone 7 (although iPhone 9 would be okay since it’s really the 9th-gen if you don’t count the soon-to-be-discontinued 5c). The chances of Apple actually taking this seriously? 0%. But...

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12:10
Last Chance to Pay What You Want for the Mac Power...

The Mac Power User Bundle features ten apps designed to make your Mac more productive and useful. Pay anything, even a penny, and you get two of the apps. If you beat the average price, you get all ten. And if you hit the top ten at any point in the deal, you get five entries in our iPad Air 2 giveaway. But, this is the last chance to get it, as it expires in two days. Check out the details on the deal listing.


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12:00
Google Street View gets its own app

Over the past couple of years, I've enjoyed taking spherical photos using an app from Google. When I say spherical photos, I mean that they're totally immersive -- with a few swipes, you can see up and down, side to side, and even zoom in if you want. Those photos were uploaded to Street View, and have been remarkably popular -- my 22 photo spheres have almost 74,000 views so far. Now Google has changed the name of the free app to Street View and turned it into a fun way to view photo spheres, take your own, and if a Street View vehicle has been driving around the area, even take a "tour". 






The app makes it easy...

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11:59
Apple Music team working on fixes, improvements...

Apple still has "a bit of homework to be done" throughout the rest of 2015 to improve Apple Music, including fixing problems with the service's interface and handling of local iTunes libraries, an iTunes International VP said on Thursday.

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11:55
This is Philips’ $60 bridge to connect Hue lights to...

Following confirmation from Philips that it plans to support Apple’s HomeKit platform for its popular iPhone-controlled Hue lighting system, images of a bridge device that will let existing Hue products work with Apple’s platform have leaked online (via iCulture).

Accessory makers can’t add support for Apple’s HomeKit to products with software alone, but earlier this year we...

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11:40
External Link: Apple Admits that Apple Music Needs...

In an interview with The Guardian, Vice President of iTunes International Oliver Schusser said that there is “a bit of homework to be done” to improve the Apple Music streaming service. “There’s a lot of work going into making the product better. Our focus is on editorial and playlists, and obviously we have teams all around the world working on that, but we’re also adding features and cleaning up certain things,” Schusser said. Schusser added that an Android app and Sonos support are coming this fall.

 

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11:31
Star Wars’ adorable, impossible droid is real: our...

Polygon:

This $150 toy is what you’re going to want for Christmas.

The $150 BB-8 is a toy. A very advanced toy that does many things, but it’s a toy. The only utility it has is the joy that it’s going to bring you when you play with it.

That’s not to say we’re trying to talk you out of buying one. A review unit arrived this morning, and we’ve been playing with the little droid non-stop ever since. This is a premium product, and even the packaging lets you know that you’re about to experience something special.

The folks at Sphero just made Christmas shopping for your favorite Star Wars fan a hell of a lot easier.

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11:30
The Week in iPhone Cases: Getting close to September...

...plus, More and Spigen's designs for the next generation of iPhones

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases features wallets, camo patterns, and battery packs from Speck, PureGear, SwitchEasy, and more! Plus, we’ll show you a sneak peak of cases designed for Apple’s next iPhone.

Carved

Handmade in a number of different styles and patterns, the Random Puzzle (iPhone 5/5S, 5C, 6, and 6 Plus; $24 to $53) gently wraps your iPhone 6 in a natural solid wood exterior combined with a polycarbonate shell.

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11:00
A round of applause for our latest AWT supporters!

Our thanks continue to go out to all of you great readers who have chosen to support Apple World Today through Patreon. With your support, we've practically doubled the total pledges that we had before making our initial plea. There's still a long way to go, so if you haven't yet made a pledge of a monthly donation to keep Apple World Today running, please consider doing so.

We started Apple World Today after our former employer shuttered TUAW,  hoping that a good portion of the readership would follow us. While our core fans did come along, a lot of folks may not have been aware of where we went, so our readership dropped. It's stable now, even growing a bit, but there are three people here who need to make a living. You're helping to make that possible.

Without further ado, here are the latest good folks who have either pledged a monthly amount to support AWT, increased their previous...

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10:52
Apple Watch vs Samsung Gear S2: hands-on comparison...

Samsung’s latest Gear S2 smartwatch is about to go up against one of the top tier smartwatches in the game. Today we’re doing a brief comparison between the Gear S2 and Apple Watch to find out which one you should buy…

Obviously if you’re locked into the Android or iOS ecosystem your choice is simple. Samsung’s Gear S2 lineup will only work with Android smartphones and Apple Watch with iPhone. But deeper than that there are some things to discuss.

As far as design goes, the Gear S2 lineup rocks a full circular display and takes on a futuristic or modern design depending on the version you pick. It kind of looks like something out of a science fiction movie, but the S2 Classic leans towards a traditional watch look and feel. The Apple Watch almost looks like an old school iPhone and while the design is square, it...

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10:49
TMO Daily Observations 2015-09-03: Apple TV’s...

Apple TV may be getting a universal search feature, and Dave Hamilton says that's exactly what it needs. Dave, along with Kelly Guimont, join Jeff Gamet to discuss universal searches for shows and why it's so important for Apple TV. Kelly also explains why she wants to see Apple keep the iPod touch alive.


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10:32
Rumor: Apple to launch 21.5-inch iMac with 4K Retina...

Apple's iMac lineup will gain a smaller 21.5-inch model with a 4K-resolution Retina display in the coming months, likely at the company's annual October media event, a new report claims.

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10:17
Pro Tools 12.2 available

The new version is available to download.

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09:30
Use Siri to make college life easier

College life can be hectic. Classes, your social life, fitting into someplace new are all challenges that students face. There are poor decisions to be made, too. During the winter semester of my sophomore year I decided to take an 8:00 AM swimming class. Walking to a pool at 7:30 AM on a December morning is a good time to reassess your life choices.

Fortunately, Siri is here to make things easier. From dictation to location-awareness to grabbing a late-night pizza, Apple's digital assistant has got you covered. Here's how Siri can make your school day easier.

Dictate notes between classes

Every year you have that pair of classes that require a brisk, cross-campus walk. Use that time to dictate some notes to Siri. Simply press your iPhone's Home button and say, "Take notes." Continue dictating and Siri will listen attentively, transcribing your notes in Apple's Notes app.

Siri can help you...

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09:03
Apple TV Needs Universal Search

Steve Jobs claimed to have "cracked the code" for creating a connected TV that doesn't suck back in 2011. Earlier this year TiVo introduced their answer to universal search called OnePass. Perhaps the latter gives us a glimpse into what the former will look like. Buzzfeed's John Paczkowski thinks so, and so do I.


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09:01
Judge denies Apple a retrial in Smartflash suit, but...

A Texas federal judge has refused to grant Apple a new trial in its fight against a Smartflash patent infringement lawsuit, but simultaneously declined to reconsider a decision to toss $532.9 million in damages that were originally awarded to Smartflash.

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08:16
Pre-event Apple rumor roundup: A song of iPhones,...

Apple’s September 9 product event is still several days away, but the ebb and flow of the great Rumor River has brought us many tidings ahead of time. Nothing is ever certain until Apple announces it, but when you get this close to a product reveal, the leaks get more accurate and it gets easier to separate truth from fiction.

The current scuttlebutt is that this event will revolve around three product lines. A routine iPhone bump and a more powerful Apple TV with better software and an App Store are supposedly sure things. That fabled “iPad Pro” could make an appearance, too, but it’s apparently still up in the air. And don’t get your hopes up about new Macs—despite Intel’s new Skylake processors, rumors say we won’t be getting refreshes just yet.

The “iPhone 6S,” “6S Plus,” and the rest of the lineup

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08:00
DaisyDisk 4: Even more beautiful and now faster than...

The Apple World Today team has always been full of fans of DaisyDisk (US$9.99, free trial available), a Mac OS X utility that does one thing very, very well. DaisyDisk scans all disks attached to your Mac, displaying large files in a gorgeous "daisy-like" fashion and then letting you pick and choose which ones to delete to make more room. Today, DaisyDisk 4 hit the App Store, and we were able to take a look at the new version.

The first thing that strikes you is the new look, which just fits in much better with OS X Yosemite (and OS X El Capitan beta!) than the previous version. Once you've identified the disk you wish to scan, the app zips right through the process. The old version would take a couple of minutes to scan the 1 TB Fusion Drive in my iMac, DaisyDisk 4 did it in about 30 seconds. The company claims speed...

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07:52
Having Your Own Star Wars BB-8 Droid Really is That...

Even though Star Wars The Force Awakes isn't due in theaters until December 18 everyone wants to get their own BB-8 droid, and now you can. Sphero designed the little ball droid that rolls around in the next Star Wars movie, and now they have a smaller remote control version you can send zipping around your home or office. You control it with your iPhone or iPad, and can set it to patrol, explore, or play as it rolls around, and Sphero says BB-8's personality changes based on how you treat it. Sphero's BB-8 goes on sale on Friday, September 4 and will set you back US$150.


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07:47
Latest Apple TV rumor suggests skimpier storage,...

The next Apple TV might not have a lot of room for apps and games if a new report by 9to5Mac proves accurate.

The site, which tends to have a strong record with Apple rumors, claims that Apple’s next set-top box won’t exceed 16GB of storage. Apple may include 16GB in the base model, reportedly priced at $149, or it could charge $199 version for the 16GB version while putting just 8GB in the base model.

In any case, the latest report appears to contradict earlier rumors from both 9to5Mac and BuzzFeed. Last month, 9to5Mac said it...

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07:24
Recent patent shows Apple’s exploration into fuel...

This could lead to some extremely cool stuff.

A patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday shows that Apple is looking into using hydrogen fuel cell technology to power its portable devices.

Text and diagrams depict not only a fuel cell stack for generating power, but related aspects like connections with the portable device and a cartridge system for adding fuel.

The diagrams make reference to a MagSafe connector, implying that technology would be oriented towards MacBooks, and claim that a device could run for “days or even weeks” without refueling.

The report ties in with a recent...

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06:54
∞ Amazing a capella Hotel California

This is really good. If nothing else, jump to about 4:15 and catch the guitar work by the guy with the red bandana. Sunglasses!

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06:44
Meet Apple’s Beats 1 DJ Julie Adenuga (She used to...

I am an unabashed fan of Julie Adenuga. She’s one of my favorite voices on Beats 1. Here’s the Guardian interview/backgrounder.

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06:38
Tado, Europe’s Nest competitor, adds multi-room...

Tado, Europe’s main Nest competitor in the smart thermostat field, has announced two new enhancements to its system. First, multi-room temperature control, allowing different temperatures to be set in different rooms. Second, support for IFTTT recipes to automatically trigger other actions based on Tado detecting people arriving or leaving the home.

For homes that already have different heating devices in different rooms, such as underfloor heating, adding a second thermostat is all you need for the multi-room control. Most of us, though, will need a new smart radiator valve that won’t be available until next fall.

IFTTT support – first promised...

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06:35
XKCD survey

It’s a survey. And it’s being pulled together by XKCD. Go do it!

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06:27
Amazon Prime lets you download videos, watch offline

This is a real differentiator. Will Netflix move in this direction?

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06:25
Spigen’s new iPhone 6s cases are perfect day 1...

Most iPhone owners use cases. They’re the easiest way to keep your device looking and feeling new, even if you accidentally drop your iPhone, or keep it in a pocket or bag with other items. But when Apple releases new iPhones, it can be hard to find a case on day one (or even week one) that’s guaranteed to fit, especially if Apple makes subtle changes to the iPhone’s body.

That’s why Spigen’s new lineup of iPhone 6s cases is so appealing. Each of the 5 designs has been custom-molded with the little bit of extra space Apple’s slightly thicker iPhone 6s will need, so you can have protection ready as soon as your iPhone arrives. Starting at under $11 and topping out at $28, they’re also surprisingly slim and super-affordable, with a lot of cool color and texture options. Our top pick? The impressively slim, brand new design...

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