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Friday October 28

Examined: Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 gen 2 on the new...

While everybody expected USB-C connectors on the new MacBook Pro, all four ports being Thunderbolt 3 wasn't. AppleInsider explains the differences between USB-C, USB 3.1 gen 2, and Thunderbolt 3, and examines Apple's latest implementation of the technologies.

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Lithium battery failure wipes out DARPA robot at NASA

It's not just Samsung that has problems with combusting batteries, as NASA's office of Safety and Mission Assurance has just revealed. The body has announced that NASA centers have seen at least four major explosions and a number of close calls over...

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New MacBook Pro Touch Bar details: UI interactions,...

The flagship feature of the new MacBook Pro is the Touch Bar, an OLED display strip that replaces the physical row of function keys. This adds a dynamic zone to top of the keyboard where apps can display custom buttons, sliders, switches and scrubbers to enhance the MacBook experience while adding a new way to interact with Mac applications beyond text input and mouse pointers.

How does the Touch Bar interface work? What is the resolution of the Touch Bar? What is the Control Strip? What can third-party developers do with the Touch Bar? Read on for all the answers and more …


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Facebook goes full Snapchat with filters and...

Facebook has "borrowed" a lot of ideas from Snapchat lately, including the concept for Instagram Stories and Facebook Live selfie filters. In perhaps its most audacious move yet, the social network has started testing a new camera that lets you take...

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∞ First Look: 13-inch MacBook Pro

After attending the Mac Event at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters yesterday, I met with company executives to get a closer look at the new MacBook Pro. It is more impressive in person than the demos were able to portray. […]

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15 hours with the 13” MacBook Pro, and how Apple’s...

Andrew Cunningham

Here’s the good thing: I walked away from Apple’s campus yesterday with a new 13-inch MacBook Pro.

Here’s the less good thing: it’s not the one with the Touch Bar, the version that Apple actually spent most of its time talking about yesterday. It’s the $1,499 version, the one with the same design, keyboard, trackpad, and screen as the Touch Bar version but with fewer Thunderbolt ports and, again, no Touch Bar. So the version of this laptop I’ve spent the most time with is, for better or worse, the version that most people won’t be as interested in.

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First look at the new MacBook Pro (the one without...

This is the new MacBook Pro. But it's probably not the one you were hoping to read about. What I have here today is the new entry-level 13-inch model — the one without the multi-touch Touch Bar you've surely heard about by now. No, this is for...

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Apple's Touch Bar guidelines steer devs away...

In its design guidelines for the Touch Bar on new MacBook Pro models, Apple is urging developers to skip any non-interactive content, as well as avoid cutting off owners of other Macs.

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TV App Goes Part Way Towards Being a True Apple TV...

Apple started off its “hello again” media event with a new unified content viewing app called TV. The app is designed for Apple TV, iPad, and iPhone, and lets you see all of the shows you watch in a single interface instead of jumping around to different apps. That sounds great, but TV isn’t the holy grail of single-point content viewing Apple TV users are looking for—at least not yet.

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Abzû's deep sea adventure is coming to Xbox One

Abzû, the best game about exploring the depths of the ocean (sorry Ecco the Dolphin), will get a physical release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this January. It's a beautiful and relaxing adventure, focused on a deep sea diver as he tries to le...

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∞ How do I use my new lightning headphones with the...

Here’s a puzzling question, posed in this tweet from Rudy Richter:

@pschiller how do I use my Lightning headphones with the new MacBook Pro?

Think about this for a moment. The headphones that ship with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus end with a lightning connector. The phones also ship with a lightning to 3.5mm adapter that let you plug 3.5mm traditional headphones into a lightning port.

Still with me?

OK, so how do folks plug their lightning headphones into the new MacBook Pro? Is there any dongle that lets you plug in a lightning end and converts it into 3.5mm mini, or USB-C? What’s needed here is the reverse of the adapter that ships with the phone.

An interesting problem. Not sure there’s a solution. If I hear of one, I will definitely update this post.


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Skype for Business now available for Mac alongside...

Skype has publicly released a new Skype for Business Mac app, bringing a client specifically designed for Mac users with an edge-to-edge experience for video calls and more.

The app offers a few advantages over the regular Skype client including one-click to join functionality, full screen sharing and other Skype for Business-specific features:


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Daily Deal: Martian Notifier Smartwatch for $29.99

Let's face it -- not everybody needs or wants an Apple Watch. What if you could have a regular, good-looking watch that linked to your iPhone or Android smartphone and could send you notifications from hundreds of apps, for just $29.99. That's the Martian Notifier Smartwatch, and it's our special deal of the day in the AWT Deals Shop. 

In case you didn't watch that video, here's what this fun and inexpensive smartwatch can do for you: 

  • Get push notifications from any of hundreds of apps
  • Assign custom vibration alerts
  • Snap pictures using a remote trigger
  • Set up to 5 individual or recurring alarms
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HTC's Vivepaper is a VR magazine stand

HTC has unveiled Vivepaper, an app that lets Vive users check out interactive, VR content from publishers like Conde Nast. After you don the headset and scan a physical AR booklet, you can peruse a virtual magazine and load up 360-degree videos, 3D c...

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Uber drivers in the UK entitled to minimum wage,...

Uber drivers have won an employment tribunal case in the UK, making them entitled to holiday pay, paid rest breaks and the National Minimum Wage. The ride-hailing company has long argued that its chauffeurs are self-employed contractors, not employee...

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How-To: Maximize the resale value of your existing...

With the new MacBook Pro models not exactly cheap (especially for Brits), we all need as much help as we can get in paying for them. A decent chunk of the purchase cost for many of us will be raised by selling our old Macs, either ahead of time or once we have our shiny new Macs all set up and behaving themselves.

If you just want a quick sale with no hassle, then our trade-in service is the simplest option. But if you are selling privately, the amount of money you can get for the exact same Mac in identical condition can vary quite dramatically. I’ve...

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The Engadget Podcast Ep 12: Surface Envy

Managing editor Dana Wollman and senior editor Devindra Hardawar join host Terrence O'Brien to talk about the value of the Esc key, the Nintendo Switch and the impeding Gilmore Girls resurrection. Then they'll relive Microsoft's big Surface event and...

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Wall Street Journal interview with Jimmy Iovine

Interesting interview that touches on education, hiring people, and the future of the music industry. Relatively short and worth the read.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Customizing Apple Watch Faces on Your iPhone

Today’s Quick Tip is all about using the Apple Watch app on the iPhone to customize your faces. If you don’t wanna fiddle with colors and complications on your itty bitty Watch, there’s now an easier, faster way to do so!

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Microsoft announces plans to bring MacBook Pro Touch...

Less than 12 hours after Apple's announcement of the late 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Microsoft has detailed future functionality of the new input method across the entire range of Office products.

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ICYMI: Microsoft throws everything into mixed reality

Today on In Case You Missed It: Microsoft introduced a bunch of new products this week but the darling might be the new Surface Studio, with 65% more pixels in it than a standard 4K monitor. Meanwhile Anheuser-Busch teamed with self-driving truck...

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∞ There’s all kinds of love for the New MacBook Pro

Thoughts on the MacBook Pro rollout, along with links to some of the early reviews.

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Apple hikes UK prices on some older Mac models by 20...

Apple raised the U.K. prices of some older Mac models overnight on Thursday, compensating for the slide in the pound's value since June's "Brexit" vote.

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News: The Two Apple Airpod Sets Giveaway

It’s time for The Two Apple Airpod Sets Giveaway, in which one lucky winner will receive two pairs of Apple’s new AirPods. To enter, simply submit your e-mail address on the giveaway page to sign up for our iLounge Deals, and you can even gain additional entries by sharing on Twitter and Facebook – the more your friends and followers enter, the more entries you receive. The lucky winner will be chosen in a random drawing after the contest…

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Google unveils Allo-assisted 'Stranger Things...

Google is trying hard to get folks using its AI-gifted Allo messenger service, so it has jumped on a popular Netflix show. It has revealed some Stranger Things tie-ins for Halloween, including a sticker pack and an AI-assisted scavenger hunt. If you'...

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512 Pixels: The Mac line is still kinda broken

Stephen Hackett lays out his thoughts on the miles to go before the Mac line is back to being “Buy now” instead of “Don’t buy”.

Clearly, the iMac, Mac mini, and Mac Pro are in need of updates. I’d like to think that these updates are coming but just not yet ready for prime time. Time will tell.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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LaCie targets its new Thunderbolt 3 portfolio to new...

LaCie, the premium brand from Seagate Technolog, has announced its Thunderbolt 3 portfolio of storage solutions aimed at video professionals. They’re described as “ideal companions to Apple’s new MacBook Pro."

First, the LaCie Bolt3 combines Thunderbolt 3 speed with the latest M.2 PCIe SSDs to create what the company says is the world’s fastest desktop drive. In addition, the LaCie 12big Thunderbolt 3 and 6big Thunderbolt 3 are ready to handle massive amounts of content thanks to fast transfer speeds, RAID 5/6 security and enterprise-class drives. These storage solutions have a design by Neil Poulton.

For the Bolt3, LaCie harnessed the breakthrough performance potential of Thunderbolt 3 and paired it with two M.2 PCIe SSDs striped into a 2TB volume. Bolt3 delivers record speeds of up to 2800MB/s and cuts time off of post-production workflows, such as ingesting RAW footage from RED or Blackmagic cinema cameras or...

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AMD reveals Radeon Pro 400 series GPU specs, as used...


Following the announcement of the new Apple MacBook Pro, AMD has launched the Radeon Pro 400 series of power-efficient graphics cards for laptops.

The range spans the Radeon Pro 450, the Radeon Pro 455, and the Radeon Pro 460, all of which are available in various models of the new 15-inch MacBook Pro. All are based on AMD's latest 14nm FinFET Polaris architecture, as used in desktop gaming cards like the RX 480, and all have a thermal envelope of less than 35W.

AMD claims that the Radeon Pro...

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Apple’s Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, others sit...

This long form piece by Shara Tibken and Connie Guglielmo, for CNET, wraps a sit-down with Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi in an exploration of the history and future of the Mac, sprinkled with observations from other Apple and industry folk.

There’s a lot to absorb here, but it’s well worth the time. It helps that the story design is nicely laid out, a pleasure to explore.

Well done.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Soylent stops powder sales after making some people...

Crafting a powder-based drink that can replace your entire diet, it turns out, is pretty darn difficult. Following a total recall of its food bars, Soylent has slammed the breaks on its flagship powder product too. The company says "a handful" of cus...

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If you thought new MacBook Pros were too expensive,...

From 9to5Toys:

The Apple store isn’t the only place selling the just-announced MacBook Pro. Authorized retailers including Amazon, B&H, MacMall and Best Buy are all taking pre-orders with varying delivery estimates. It’s not surprising that Apple’s retail partners are selling the new MacBook Pro, but it is noteworthy in case you have...

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Apple updates iMovie, Pages, GarageBand, Keynote,...

Apple has posted new versions of iMovie, Pages, GarageBand, Keynote, Numbers and Xcode for the new MacBook Pros Touch Bar compatibility. They join Final Cut Pro X with such functionality. 

iMovie is Apple’s basic movie editing software. Pages is a word processing/document creation app. GarageBand is a music creation studio. Keynote is a presentation creation app. Numbers is spreadsheet software. Xcode is an integrated development environment (IDE) containing a suite of software development tools for developing software.The updates are available at the Mac App Store.

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Hacker behind iCloud celebrity nudes incident...

The hacker who gained access to numerous celebrity iCloud accounts in order to obtain nude photos has been sentenced to 18 months in prison in a plea bargain deal.


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Touch Bar MacBook Pros strip out most legacy ports,...

If you’re wondering what ports you’ll find on the new Touch Bar MacBook Pro, here’s a hint: lots of Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports, a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and not much else.

Apple has removed the MagSafe 2 charging port, HDMI port, SD card slot, Thunderbolt 2 port and standard USB ports. These ports have been replaced by four Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports and the aforementioned headphone jack.

The company seems to be focusing on the new ports for their more compact design and faster data transfer speeds.

As such, you’ll probably have to pick up a few adapter dongles, even though most users now live in an age of AirDrop, Dropbox and other cloud and Internet-based services.

As always, please let us know what you...

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AppleInsider podcast talks MacBook Pro with Touch...

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Dan discuss yesterday's Apple Event, the latest MacBook Pro announcements, and Apple's updates to the Apple TV interface.

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'Icarus' machine can commandeer a drone...

Security researcher Jonathan Andersson has shown it's possible to hijack drones that rely on the DSMx signal protocol. Unlike conventional jammers, which simply strip control from the user, this technique gives the attacker full flight capabilities....

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Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pro shipping times slip...

Even though the new MacBook Pro has only been available since late this morning, Apple’s shipping estimates on the new notebook have slipped from two to three weeks to three to four weeks, meaning orders placed now won’t deliver until late November or early December.

The three to four week shipping estimate now covers all MacBook Pro models with the new touch Bar and Touch ID built in.

The new entry-level MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar continues to be available for delivery as soon as October 31 using the fastest shipping method. Apple Store pickup is not yet available for any of the MacBook Pro options, but the standard MacBook Pro should be in stores soon.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar retails for $1,499, while the new 13-inch Touch Bar...

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Conspiracy Theories in the Information Age, Part 1

One of the most volatile conspiracy theories in recent times ended with a whimper last month, when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made the terse statement, "President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period." Though birthers may be with us always, it seems that many have turned their attention to other potentially scandalous topics -- and they need look no further than the place most conspiracy theories are born these days, the Internet.

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MacBook Pro Diary: Why the new model doesn’t wow me...

So, the wait is over and the new MacBook Pro is official. I said yesterday that what we knew then didn’t seem quite enough to justify the ‘hello again’ hype, and I hoped there might be a ‘one more thing’ feature we hadn’t heard about. Alas, there wasn’t.

I also held out just a tiny hope that perhaps the leaked image was a placeholder, and the bezels would be thinner in the real thing. That too wasn’t to be.

However, my late-2011 17-inch MacBook Pro was looking a little long in the tooth despite all its upgrades. The lack of Bluetooth LE, for example, meant no AirDrop and no Apple Watch unlock. Nothing major, and if I didn’t write about Apple stuff for a...

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The MacBook Pro accessory deluge begins: LaCie...

With the launch of the new MacBook Pro models with their USB-C-only ports, we can expect a flood of new accessories aimed at the new machines. LaCie is quickly out of the gate with some new Thunderbolt 3 drives, with sizes ranging from 2TB all the way up to 120TB!

Described as ‘the world’s fastest desktop storage solutions,’ the new products are firmly geared toward professional users, with prices that reflect this …


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The ups and downs of the WorkFit workstation for the...

More individuals and companies are realizing the health, comfort and productivity of "standing desks." And there is a sit-stand desk solution specifically designed to work with iMacs (21.5-inch and 27-inch models): the WorkFit.

New research has coined “sitting disease” as the cause for numerous health issues. The 90-degree sitting position that many of us take on for hours on end during the work week is a cause for concern.

Eighteen research studies in which almost 800,000 men and women participated show that people who live a sedentary life, largely sitting at a desk for hours on end every day, have a significantly higher risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Enter Ergotron's WorkFit-A Sit-Stand Workstation (which you can buy for around $500), which mounts an iMac on an height-adjustable arm and clamps to the back edge of an existing desk...

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Making sense of the MacBook Pro GPU options: here’s...

If you haven’t yet ordered your new MacBook Pro, AMD has provided a little help by showing what kind of performance differences you can expect if you opt for any of the upgrades on offer.

If you’re buying the 13-inch model, then you don’t get much in the way of GPU options. All the machines have Intel Iris integrated graphics, and the only difference between them is a 540 chip in the base model versus 550 in the other two – with no configuration options beyond that.

But things get more interesting with the 15-inch MacBook Pro …


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Europe urges Facebook to stop tapping WhatsApp data

Europe's privacy bosses have urged WhatsApp to stop sharing user data with Facebook while it investigates its privacy practices. The Article 29 Working Party, made up of data protection heads from each of the EU's 28 nations, told the company it had...

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Apple raises Mac prices across the board in UK...

Excitement over Apple’s new MacBook Pro announcements has been weakened a bit in the UK customers due to sticker shock when looking at the prices. Prices for new MacBook Pro’s have risen in the US a bit already, in the UK this has been amplified by the weak GBP currency following the Brexit vote.

Apple has adjusted UK prices for its entire line of Macs, including those it didn’t update, with prices increases of hundreds of pounds. For example, the outdated 2013 base model Mac Pro now starts at £3000, an increase of £500 overnight. Similarly, the entry level new MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar sets buyers back £1500.


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How to encourage yourself to use Siri more on the Mac

I kept forgetting that Siri now resides inside my Mac as well as my iDevices and AppleTV... To encourage me to use Siri more often, I changed her keyboard shortcut to Command + Space, which was formerly the keyboard shortcut for Spotlight. (I then changed Spotlight's keyboard shortcut to Option-Space.)

Now, whenever my muscle memory presses the shortcut that used to summon Spotlight, Siri appears instead and forces me to—find the file, open the application, perform the Web search, or whatever—using my voice instead of the keyboard.

So far it's working pretty well and I'm using Siri more than before.

Now, if I can just get Siri to order me a pizza, like Amazon's Alexa does in TV commercials...   

This nugget of info is from my “Working Smarter for Mac Users” newsletter.  You can sign up for free and get free timesaving tips, and more, every week.


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All London black cabs will support contactless from...

London's entire black cab fleet will be required to carry readers to process card and contactless payments as of Monday October 31st, Transport for London (TfL) has announced today. This is no great surprise, of course. The ball began rolling on the...

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Microsoft announces Office support for new MacBook...

Apple announced its new MacBook Pro last night, featuring the all-new Touch Bar screen that replaces the function row with an OLED dynamic display. The touch bar can show shortcuts, controls and quick actions depending on what app you are in and what app you are doing. Apple showed off expansive support for Touch Bar in their stock apps at the event yesterday — and now third-party developers are showing what they can contribute to the new interface.

Microsoft has announced comprehensive updates to Office for Mac 2016 to take advantage of the Touch Bar in Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Here’s how it looks …


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The Morning After: Friday October 28th 2016

Apple's big MacBook event introduced a new family of Pro machines, with nary a mention of the MacBook Air. The company also expelled standard USB 3.0 ports in its new range, replacing them all with (USB-C-shaped) Thunderbolt 3.0 ports -- but hey, at...

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Tesla doubles the energy density of its commercial...

While Tesla's solar roof / Powerwall event isn't until tomorrow, the product that preceded both, its commercial... cousin, Powerpack, has been upgraded and is already shipping to companies. The company says Powerpack 2 has double the energy density t...

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Yahoo brings all its bots together in one app

Yahoo has quietly introduced a new app called Yahoo Bots, as recently spotted by VentureBeat. The application, available for iOS and Android, acts as a hub to connect you with all of the company's virtual assistants. You'll find bots that provide inf...

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Thursday October 27

Google's AI created its own form of encryption

Researchers from the Google Brain deep learning project have already taught AI systems to make trippy works of art, but now they're moving on to something potentially darker: AI-generated, human-independent encryption. According to a new research pap...

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Ship times for new MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar...

Demand for Apple's new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is outstripping supply after less than 12 hours of availability, with all 13-inch models now showing expected ship times of four to five weeks.

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MoneyWiz 2.5

Adds support for tags in transactions and budgets. ($59.99 annual subscription, free update, 20.8 MB)


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Watch: A closer look at Apple's late-2016...

Apple on Thursday unveiled a trio of MacBook Pro models, each featuring a thin-and-light design and powerful technology the company hopes will spark the interest of everyone from road warriors to professionals. From the Touch Bar to Touch ID to the gigantic Force Touch trackpad, AppleInsider presents a rundown of the line's best features.

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New 13" MacBook Pro w/o Touch Bar keeps pace...

Benchmarks of Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup are making their way online just hours after Thursday's unveiling, with initial tests putting the entry-level 13-inch model without Touch Bar at performance levels equivalent to last year's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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New MacBook Pros with Touch Bar slip in shipping...

Apple’s new lineup of MacBook Pros has already started slipping in shipping times. The new models started out shipping in 2 to 3 weeks, but have now slipped into the 3 to 4 week range a few hours after going on sale.


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Apple's New MacBook Pro Requires a $25 Dongle...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Network World: As Phil Schiller explained during today's event, Apple's new MacBook Pros feature four Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C ports, and conveniently, each of these can be used to charge the machine. Now, USB-C is incredibly versatile, and Apple will use the advanced port for power charging, HDMI and much more. However, with USB-C the only game in town, you might reasonably be wondering: How in the world do I connect my iPhone to my sleek new MacBook Pro? The frustrating answer is that you won't be able to do so out of the box. Instead, you'll have to buy a dongle. This is especially frustrating because many people use their notebooks for a) charging purposes when an outlet isn't necessarily handy and b) for transferring photos and other data. Now, you might reasonably state that you can just rely upon the cloud for items like data transfer, but there's no getting around the fact that Apple's efforts in the cloud still leave much to be...

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Apple AirPods arrival date officially updated from...

Confirming a report from Wednesday, Apple's AirPods street date has shifted on the company's web page from late October, to a less specific "coming soon."

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How to grab the lowest price on Apple's new...

Pre-ordering Apple's new 2016 MacBook Pros from one of the company's largest authorized resellers can save most customers between $120 and $250 in tax. You'll also be able to tack on an AppleCare extended protection plan at a lower price than if you purchased from an Apple Store.

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Office for Mac Touch Bar support

It’s good to see Microsoft on top of this.

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AMD Radeon Pro 450, 455, 460 chipsets debuting in...

AMD has offered up some technical information on the three discrete chipsets debuting in the new MacBook Pro line, showing nearly double the performance on the Radeon Pro 460 over the Radeon Pro 450.

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Apple executives talk Touch Bar, MacBook Pro price...

Prior to unveiling the new lineup of MacBooks to the public, Apple executives Phill Schiller, Craig Federighi, and Jony Ive sat down with CNET for an in-depth interview discussing the company’s new products. The executives talked about the decision behind the new Touch Bar, what the future holds, and the price increase that occurred with today’s refresh…


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Jony Ive’s Inside-Look Video for MacBook Pro with...

Apple posted Sir Jony Ive’s inside-look introductory video for the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. It walks us through the keyboard mechanism, the industrial design, the fans, the Retina Display (showing the many layers it’s made from), the larger trackpad, Touch Bar, and everything else. These videos are becoming legendary, with the designer’s amazing, calm, and charmingly British voice buoying us in a warm see of authoritative comfort. I always enjoy them, though he doesn’t personally appear in his customary white room.

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∞ Thoughts on Apple’s Mac Event Keynote

Events held on Apple’s campus are my favorite and today didn’t disappoint. I wasn’t really sure what to expect from the new Macs, but after getting some time with the MacBook Pro, I was impressed with the new Touch Bar and wide gamut display. […]

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Belkin refreshes Express Dock with Thunderbolt 3 USB...

The Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD has been refreshed to provide the new protocol's full 40 Gbps data speed, and provide 85W of charging power to the newly released late 2016 MacBook Pro.

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ACM 382: How Pro Are the New MacBook Pros?

Apple just announced new MacBook Pro models, and Bryan and Jeff talk about their pros and cons. In particular the “pros” part, because while these devices are powerful, they question whether they are really that pro at all. They also talk about the new TV app for Apple TV.

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Apple updates Xcode, iMovie, Pages, GarageBand,...

As expected, Apple has updated its entire array of first-party apps including Xcode, iMovie, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, to support the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro line, alongside some normal "stability and performance improvements" that come with nearly every update.

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Comparison: Here’s how Apple’s current MacBook...

After what felt like an incredibly long wait, Apple today officially unveiled its new MacBook lineup. While Apple was once known for simplicity, its latest MacBook lineup is just a tad confusing. In addition to new MacBook Pros with the oft-rumored Touch Bar, Apple also introduced a new 13-inch MacBook Pro and killed off the 11-inch model of the MacBook Air. Head below as we breakdown price points, specs, and more across Apple’s MacBook lineup…



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Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'We're Going To Kill...

At a media event on Thursday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the Touch ID on the new MacBook Pros will make it incredibly easy for people to do online money transactions. After the event, speaking to reporters Cook made a bold statement about how he sees Apple Pay. CNET reports: "We're going to kill cash," he said. "Nobody likes to carry around cash." He makes most of his purchases with Apple Pay (which is not surprising).Cook's comment comes days after Australia's top banks refused to support Apple Pay, saying that the company has been 'intransigent, closed and controlling'.


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Key Apple execs Ive, Federighi, Schiller talk future...

In an interview, Chief Design Officer Jony Ive, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller dole out the details on decisions made during the new MacBook Pro development process, convergence of iOS and macOS, and more.

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Video roundup: Hands-on with Apple’s new MacBook Pro...

Apple finally unveiled its new MacBook lineup earlier today and as usual, members of the press in attendance of the keynote were able to go hands-on with the new products as soon as Tim Cook exited the stage. Videos have gradually been emerging from the hands-on area, and we’ve rounded them up below…


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Xiaomi Debuts Magical Mi Mix

Xiaomi on Tuesday fired another shot in the shrinking bezel wars, as it announced a smartphone with a front that's more than 90 percent display. The Mi Mix is a 6.4-inch phone that's stylishly crafted by French designer Philippe Starck. It sports a feature set that indicates Xiaomi wants to compete at the high end of the smartphone market. "For many years, Xiaomi has had a reputation of copying designs and branding from Apple and Samsung," said Ross Rubin, principal analyst at Reticle Research. "This phone breaks with those designs."

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Apple Adds Support for 3 Video Codecs in Sierra and...

Apple released Pro Video Formats v2.0.5, an update to the video codecs supported in OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra. The update comes out at the same time as Final Cut Pro X 10.3, which was announced during Apple’s “hello again” media event.

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Poll: New MacBook Pros are out, which model are you...

Now that Apple’s new MacBook Pros are out… which model do you plan on picking up?

As expected, Apple officially unveiled all-new MacBook Pros today including new 13-inch and 15-inch models. The highlight new feature of the devices is the Touch Bar, a thin Retina touchscreen that replaces the function key row on the keyboard and offers contextually sensitive buttons and gestures.

But the company did have one somewhat of a surprise: it introduced a less expensive 13-inch entry-level model that doesn’t include the Touch Bar and a couple less Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports. It also has a new space grey color option in addition to the old silver. 


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Meet Apple’s complete MacBook lineup

After September’s annual iPhone-focused event, it was time for the Mac to have its turn in the spotlight. And boy, did we get some major Mac news on Thursday: Apple revealed three new MacBook Pros, two of them featuring the Touch Bar, Apple’s brand-new touch control panel at the top of the keyboard. The MacBook Pro got a minimal refresh in October 2015 to introduce the Force Touch trackpad, but it’s been a minute since the line has seen a major update. 

As new products come in, old products must go out—so Apple’s complete MacBook lineup now looks a little different. Here’s a look at each MacBook in Apple’s collection, including info on pricing and on-sale dates for the just-announced Pros.

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7 technologies killed in Apple's new MacBook Pro

Apple’s never been shy about shaving off features in its quest for slimmer, faster computing. The new MacBook Pro lineup is no exception.

Following in the footsteps of the radical 12-inch MacBook, the revamped MacBook Pro and its slick Touch Bar cull several old standbys from its design—and kill one of its siblings in the process. Here are seven technologies eradicated in the new MacBook Pro notebooks. For more details on whether we think the eliminations are worthwhile, check out Macworld’s MacBook Pro hands-on impressions.

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Here’s how Photoshop will work with the new MacBook...

The biggest change in the new MacBook Pro, announced at Apple’s media event on Thursday, is the elimination of the keyboard’s function keys. The Pro’s keyboard now has a contextually relevant Touch Bar at the top. That makes the keyboard more versatile than ever, with keys that change according to the app you’re using. Apple will support its own apps with the Touch Bar, of course, but will also open it up to third-party developers.

One of those developers is Adobe, a natural fit.

“This new MacBook Pro and Photoshop are made for each other,” Bradee Evans, experience design manager of Adobe Photoshop, said in an on-stage demo at Apple’s keynote presentation.

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Apple Debuts New 'TV' Guide and Watchlist...

Even though the Apple TV news was considered "boring" by many livestream viewers waiting to catch a glimpse of the new MacBook Pros, there were several big announcements worth mentioning. For starters, Apple announced a new app called "TV" that will "allow you to track your favorite shows and movies across the video apps across the Apple TV platform." What this app essentially does is showcase the content from video providers into a single view, making it easier for Apple TV owners to find content to watch. Apple TV owners will no longer need to search through a bunch of different apps to find the content they like. TechCrunch reports: When launched, the app will display a "Watch Now" section, where you can track the shows and movies you're currently watching. Here, you'll see things like how many minutes you have left on the movie or which season and episode you're on in a series, for example. It will also alert you to new episodes from your favorite shows. From here, you can go...

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Apple Releases Combo Updater for macOS Sierra 10.12.1

Apple released the combo updater for macOS Sierra 10.12.1 Thursday. It’s a 1.36GB download and contains everything in the macOS Sierra 10.12.1 released on Monday. Apple is recommending 10.12.1 update for all users—if you updated through the Mac App Store already, you do not need this download.

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Apple made a bad mistake in not providing any plans...

I wasn’t totally disappointed with today’s “hello, again” event (the new Mac laptops do look cool), but I wasn’t as thrilled as I should have been. Apple should have provided at least some info on its plans (or lack of them?) for its desktop line-up, especially with Microsoft nipping on its heels with a new all-in-one desktop (pictured).

As I mentioned earlier, I’m expecting the Mac Pro to be history, and perhaps the Mac mini, as well. Which is why Apple made a terrible mistake in failing to at least hint that a new iMac is in the works (at least let’s hope one is) and given us a timeframe.

That may prove a costly mistake. Though CEO Tim Cook said that the “Mac is dear to all of us at Apple,” the “hello, again” event didn’t fully convince me that this is true. Heck, the monitor that Apple touts for use with the new laptops bear the “LG” label,...

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New 15″ MacBook Pro supports four 4K or two 5K...

If you like to run multiple external displays at the same time, then you’re going to love the new MacBook Pros. The 15″ MacBook Pro supports a whopping four external 4K displays at the same time. If you prefer to use 5K displays, you’ll be happy to know that the 15″ MacBook Pro supports dual simultaneously 5K displays. more…

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Apple Unveils Thinner MacBook Pro with Touch Bar,...

Apple used its “hello again” event to introduce new MacBook Pro models Thursday. Smaller, thinner, and featuring four Thunderbolt 3 ports, the signature feature is a “Touch Bar,” a Multi-Touch, Retina Display strip above the keyboard that offers users context-aware controls, keys, and other user-interface features.

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Apple posts Accessibility, MacBook Pro design videos...

With Apple's "Hello Again" Mac release event in the past, the company has posted two versions of Accessibility video that started the keynote, as well as a video recapping most of Apple's portable history, plus an Ive-narrated MacBook Pro design video featuring the Touch Bar.

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Apple's Thunderbolt 2 to Thunderbolt 3 adapter...

Supplementing connectivity of older devices to Apple's new MacBook Pro family, the company has also released a Thunderbolt 2 to Thunderbolt 3 adapter, allowing users with older Thunderbolt peripherals to connect them to the newer connection standard.

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New MacBook Pros Add Context-sensitive Touch Bar

The new MacBook Pros are smaller, lighter, faster, and sport an entirely new input device, the Touch Bar, that replaces the function keys above the keyboard and includes a Touch ID sensor. Adam Engst takes you through what’s new.


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Opinion: Why the new 13-inch MacBook Pro means you...

As most of you all know, I’ve been a big proponent of the 12″ MacBook. I purchased the m5-equipped 512 GB version back in the spring, and I’ve been mostly a fan since acquiring it.

But with the arrival of the new entry-level 13″ MacBook Pro, the one devoid of Apple’s splashy new Touch Bar, the arguments for purchasing a 12″ MacBook just got a lot more hard to come by. more…

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AWT News Update: October 27, 2016 Apple Event...

Well, the livestream is done, the Apple web store is showing off the shiny new products, and all is over until the next Apple Event... We heard about some new Apple TV features, saw a bit of Apple history 101, and got to see the new and exciting MacBook Pro. But there are a number of things that did not get discussed during today's event, and in my super-sized podcast du jour, I'll cover both the things seen and unseen.

Today's podcast will not be available in text format -- it's almost 24 minutes long and I "winged it" instead of using a script -- but you don't have the time to sit down and watch Apple's livestream rerun or do a lot of research on your own, be sure to tune in for the details. Just click the player below to hear the podcast in its entirety, or subscribe to the AWT News Update to receive daily news from the world of Apple in (usually) five minutes or less.


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Hands-on with the new MacBook Pros, their keyboard,...

The biggest questions around Apple's new MacBook Pro design were about how the company was going to balance its own design priorities—making things thinner and lighter and removing ports wherever possible—with the features its "pro" users regularly request and use—more performance, good input devices, and more connectivity.

I was able to spend about 15 minutes looking at and touching the new Pros. We'll be examining performance thoroughly in our full review, so in my hands-on session I focused primarily on trying out the new keyboard, the new trackpad, and the Touch Bar that Apple spent so much time on today.

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Watch the MacBook Pro event again with Apple’s...

Following Apple’s event earlier today unveiling new MacBook Pro models and more, the company has now shared a full replay of the live stream available to watch through its website.

We also have our own live blog and news hub for the event where we’re keeping track of all our coverage.


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Apple partners with LG to make new 4K & 5K...

Briefly mentioned during Thursday's press event was an Apple partnership with LG on 4K and 5K monitors, designed with the specifications of its new MacBook Pros in mind.

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No New MacBook Airs as Apple Instead Makes Lower-End...

Alongside the two new MacBook Pros, Apple also unveiled a refresh for its popular MacBook Air lineup. The company is calling this: the MacBook Pro, same branding as the other two MacBook Pros. It's a lower-end version of the new MacBook Pros, with no "Touch Bar" (or the Touch ID) and is powered by a slightly slower processor. Starting at $1,499, this MacBook Pro model is slightly cheaper too, though. From an ArsTechnica report:Apple said it will continue selling the existing 13" MacBook Air, but the company made a point of comparing that model to this new lower-end Pro, putting it somewhere between the Air and the other Pros in the lineup. The new 13" MacBook Pro starts at $1,499 and will begin shipping today. The new higher-end Pros will start at $1,799 for the 13" model and $2,399 for the 15" model while shipping in two to three weeks. If you don't select any hardware upgrades, the low-end 13" Pro has a sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor with dual cores clocked at 2.0GHz,...

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Apple just killed the 11-inch MacBook Air

Is Apple phasing out the MacBook Air? It certainly seems so, with the 11-inch Air no longer for sale and the 13-inch model getting a new rival in the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

That’s right, Apple introduced two 13-inch MacBook Pros at Thursday’s “Hello again” event in Cupertino. One has a Touch Bar, which replaces the keyboard’s function keys. The other keeps all of its keys, but is 12 percent thinner than a MacBook Air with two Thunderbolt 3 ports to replace the MagSafe connector and standard USB ports. (Don’t worry, all the MacBooks are keeping their headphone jacks.)


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Apple launches late-2016 MacBook Pro, incorporates...

The rumors were true and the next-gen MacBook Pro has been revealed.

As has been mentioned before, the new notebook, which is available in both 13-inch and 15-inch sizes, features an OLED Touch Bar which replaces the traditional function keys found on the MacBook Pro. The Touch Bar also incorporates a Touch ID sensor, allowing for function such as Apple Pay in the Touch ID area of the Touch Bar. The Touch ID sensor is integrated with the power button.

The Touch Bar itself is dynamic and changes depending on what application you might happen to be using at any given point in time. During a chat, the Touch Bar can be used to instantly place emoji. In the Photos app, you can access editing functions on the Touch Bar and apply those edits to the...

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First look: Apple's new MacBook Pro with Touch...

As expected, Apple refreshed its MacBook Pro lineup on Thursday with thinner designs, beefier components and the hotly anticipated multitouch Touch Bar. AppleInsider covered the event live and was able to go hands-on with Apple's latest hardware after the keynote.

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The LG UltraFine 5K is the display Apple promotes...

At today’s “hello, again” event, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke of Apple teaming with LG to offer a 27-inch 5K Retina display to go along with the new MacBook Pros. It’s the LG UltraFine 5K Display. It will set you back $1,299 and will be available in December. 

The LG UltraFine 5K Display — which is 18.3 inches high, 24.6 inches wide, 9.4 inches deep, and weighs 18.7 pounds — boasts a 27.inch, 5120-by-2880 resolution, 14.7 million pixels, P3 wide color gamut, and 500 cd/m² of brightness. A single Thunderbolt 3 cable (included) provides up to 85W of charging power to your MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports. And three downstream USB-C ports (5 Gbps) offer additional connectivity and power to compatible devices and accessories.

The LG UltraFine 5K Display also sports built-in stereo speakers, camera, and microphone deliver a rich media experience. You connect...

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Apple's new TV app puts all the shows and...

For years, Apple has been trying to solve the biggest problem with television today: cable providers that sell expensive bundles of channels we’ll never watch. The fourth-generation Apple TV took a step toward making cord-cutting easier with an App Store and Siri remote, but at Thursday’s Mac event the Cupertino company introduced another solution: an app called simply TV.

The tvOS App Store now has 8,000 apps, only 1,600 of which are from video content providers, but Apple recognized that people need a more unified interface for finding TV shows and movies to watch. The current Apple TV interface is littered with apps, and while the Siri remote is useful in finding specific things to watch, it wasn’t the best solution. The TV app takes the Apple Music approach to organization, putting your most recently watched shows front and center so you can pick up where you...

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Apple’s TV App Seeks to Unify the Apple TV Experience

Apple’s upcoming TV app for tvOS 10 and iOS 10 will streamline your viewing experience and make it easier to find things to watch. Unfortunately, not all content providers are on board.


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Apple’s ‘Hello Again’ Event Wasn’t About the Mac...

During Apple’s “Hello Again” event, Apple spent an hour and 25 minutes talking about several cool things. The new MacBook Pros are very nice—but they were the only major Mac announcement.  In contrast, the event tagline suggested that Apple would say something important about the “Mac” as a product. Instead, the vacuum persisted and Apple elected to take a stand, instead. on how it sees the MacBook Pro catering to the pro market with the Touch Bar.

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