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Friday March 23

Apple hosting Teacher Tuesday event at Michigan...

Ahead of their event on Tuesday, Apple announced a Teacher Tuesday event at its Michigan Avenue store in Chicago. The event will be held at 5PM local time on Tuesday, after the Apple event at 10AM.

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Azio Mechanical Keyboard Marries Retro Looks and...

I spotted the Azio mechanical keyboard as a sponsored post in my Instagram feed last night, and I thought it was super cool. Originally funded on Indiegogo for more than $388,000, the Azio keyboard is shipping now. The one shown in the image below is the Azio Retro Classic BT (for Bluetooth), with a USB version available, too. It’s not quite steampunk, but it’s close, and there are several other styles, too. There are also also different color options for each model.  There are also models with modern key shapes, and some much cheaper entry-level models, but I love this typewriter feel on the Retro Classic. It’s priced at $189 for USB and $219 for Bluetooth. The video is from the original Indiegogo campaign.

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News: iLounge Weekly coming Monday, sign up now

The latest edition of iLounge Weekly will once again be coming to subscribers’ inboxes early next week. iLounge Weekly is our weekly newsletter covering all things iLounge. It’s a summary of the previous week’s news, reviews, and feature articles, meant to get you caught up on recent events. It also often features giveaways and accessory discount offers from various companies. There’s still plenty of time to sign up and receive…

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Apple-supported CLOUD Act passes Congress, will...

The Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act, a piece of legislation that would change international rules about sharing of data among governments, passed Congress Thursday, as part of the omnibus spending bill, and the president signed it into law.

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Review: Yale’s Assure Lock SL is an awesome HomeKit-...

When it comes to HomeKit devices, our own Zac Hall is the resident expert around these parts, but I’m doing my best to come up to speed with the plethora of options available. I recently took my first stab at installing a smart lock, the 3rd gen August Smart Lock, only to later find out that it wasn’t HomeKit compatible. It’s primarily my fault, because I wasn’t diligent enough with my research, but August, with its somewhat confusing nomenclature should take a portion of the blame as well.

Needless to say, I wasn’t keen on the idea of having a smart lock installed without HomeKit support. That would mean that I couldn’t unlock my door with Siri commands, couldn’t use the Home app to control the lock, and couldn’t use HomeKit automation to trigger other HomeKit-enabled devices. In other words, a smart lock without HomeKit support is just not something that appeals to me.


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9to5Rewards: Last week to get 30% off Caseco iPhone...

Our sponsor Caseco is giving 9to5 readers 30% off its selection of iPhone accessories all month including its selection of iPhone cases, Lightning cables, car mounts, and much more. Use promo code 9to5Mac30off .


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Apple World Today News Update: March 23, 2018

Happy Friday! Today's Apple World Today News Update podcast has stories about happy developers, livestreams that aren't happening next week, possible product announcements in the education space, and using the fingers of dead people to unlock iPhones:

  • 5,000 Apple developers are probably dancing in the streets today after finding out that they're going to WWDC 2018. Another 500,000 developers are feeling suicidal after finding out they didn't win the WWDC lottery
  • Apple isn't going to livestream next week's education event from Chicago, fortunate as we won't have to watch Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel politicizing the event
  • A new, low-cost iPad with Apple Pencil support may be revealed at the Chicago event
  • Forbes reveals that law enforcement agencies now regularly use the fingers of the recently deceased in an attempt to unlock iPhones with Touch ID

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here,...

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Apps: App Diary: Somewhere: The Vault Papers

With the modern push toward high-end graphics and even augmented and virtual reality applications, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that it’s often the storyline that really makes a game into an immersive experience. Such is the case with Somewhere: The Vault Papers ($3), a new interactive text adventure game by independent development studio Norseman Interactive. In the game, you take on the role of a random person who gets contacted…

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Apple proposes nine new accessibility emojis

Apple has proposed nine new emoji to the Unicode consortium for inclusion in the standard set of images. If accepted, they will appear Emoji 12.0, which is scheduled for release early in 2019. 

In itself, that’s not a big deal, but Apple’s focus here is laudable. All nine emoji are aimed at better representation for people with disabilities. Apple makes its intentions clear in its proposal letter to the Unicode Consortium.

One in seven people around the world has some form of disability, whether that be a physical disability involving vision, hearing, or loss of physical motor skills, or a more hidden, invisible disability. The current selection of emoji provides a wide array of representations of people, activities, and objects meaningful to the general public, but very few speak to the life experiences of those with disabilities.

The new emoji would represent some of...

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9to5Mac Daily 051 | March 23, 2018

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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WWDC 2018 ticket lottery concludes, Apple sending...

Having closed its ticket lottery on Thursday, Apple is now informing developers of their selection for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, scheduled to start June 4 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook 'Revolution: Apple Changing...

MSNBC will be airing an interview featuring Apple CEO Tim Cook on April 6 as part of a town hall event series, with the interview discussing the impact of technology in education, including the company's plans to change the way children and adults learn in the future.

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Review: iDevices Instant Switch

iDevices was one of the first HomeKit adopters we encountered, and unlike many companies that came on board later, pivoted into the home automation market as a result of HomeKit; prior to that, iDevices was best known for its Bluetooth connected cooking thermometers, such as the iGrill, iGrillmini, and Kitchen Thermometer. From a humble start with the iDevices Switch HomeKit smart plug, iDevices has built up its own family of somewhat unique home automation accessories, including a thermostat, outdoor outlet, and an in-wall switch and in-wall outlet. While all of the company's efforts up until now have been fully HomeKit-enabled, iDevices has continued to develop its own solid HomeKit-compatible iOS app, and has now released its first non-HomeKit accessory: the Instant Switch, designed to work exclusively with iDevices' own switches and outlets. {/exp:char_limit}

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Apple proposes guide dogs, wheelchairs & other...

Apple has submitted an assortment of disability-related emoji for consideration by the Unicode Consortium, which if accepted would change the messaging standards for all computing devices, not just Apple's.

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Apple Events app for tvOS updated ahead of education...

Apple Events for Apple TV has been updated ahead of Tuesday’s education event in Chicago. The new version includes a theme refresh to match the event invitations with the Apple Pencil-sketched logo, but it also includes confirmation on live streaming plans.


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Apple begins notifying WWDC 2018 lottery winners...

After announcing WWDC 2018 earlier this month, Apple has officially started confirming lottery winners for WWDC 2018.


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Report: Apple is working on a foldable iPhone for...

Remember #Bendgate? When buyers of the iPhone 6 Plus found that a thin aluminum phone can warp under stress? Well, if a Wall Street analyst is to be believed, Apple is working to produce an iPhone you’re supposed to bend.

CNBC has reported that Apple intends to introduce a radically new iPhone in 2020. It is based on a report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Wamsi Mohan, which says:

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New 9.7-inch iPad expected to add Apple Pencil...

In a report to clients — as noted by MacRumors — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the low cost, 9.7-inch iPad Pro expected to debut at next week’s Apple education event will add Apple Pencil support.

He thinks Apple will add this support to differentiate its tablet form low-cost Android tablets. Kuo also expects Apple Pencil shipments to  rise to nine million to 10 million units in 2018.

Apple’s education event will be held at 10 a.m. local time in Chicago on Tuesday, March 27.

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Save over $1,000 on a 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro with...

You rarely see the AppleCare+ protection plan included with deals on Apple products, but that’s exactly what B&H is including with its latest sale of the previous-generation 15.4-inch 2.9GHz MacBook Pro with Touch Bar with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Even better, the free AppleCare+ plan keeps you protected for three years. Right there, that's a savings of $379.

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New iPad with Apple Pencil compatibility expected to...

The iPad and Apple Pencil both appear to be on the cusp of massive growth, with a new low-price iPad coming that is expected to support the peripheral imminent at Apple's "Field Trip" event, if a report from the supply chain is to be believed.

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Apple proposes new accessibility emojis


In a submission to the Unicode Consortium today, Apple has proposed a suite of new “accessibility emojis”.

New emojis proposed include a guide dog, hearing aid, prosthetic limbs, as well as people using canes and different types of wheelchairs.

Here’s a link to Apple’s actual Unicode proposal with all the details.

Love that Apple thinks this way, that accessibility support is so ingrained in the culture.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Ireland chooses investment firms to handle back...

Ireland has chosen the investment firms it wants to collect $18.5 billion  in disputed back taxes from Apple.

The country tapped Amundi, BlackRock Investment Management, and Goldman Sachs Asset Management to manage the money. The funds will go into an escrow account until Apple’s appeal process is complete. The Bank of New York Mellon will administer the fund. 

The European Commission, Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency, ruled in 2016 that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big companies avoid tax in other countries, including EU members. The commission suspects Ireland was too lenient in...

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External Link: Apple Reveals Spring 2018 Collection...

Apple has announced a new collection of Apple Watch bands, which will be available later this month. On the slate are new sport bands ($49), woven nylon bands ($49), sport loops ($49), and classic buckles ($149) in spring colors. Apple has also created new bundles, including the space gray aluminum Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) with the Black Sport Loop and the space gray aluminum Apple Watch Nike+ (GPS + Cellular) with the Midnight Fog Nike Sport Loop. The Nike Sport Loop band ($49), which will now be sold separately, will come in new colors, and the Hermès Single Tour Rallye ($439) and Double Tour ($489) bands now display contrasting paint details.


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How to increase your editing options in Photos for...

Photographers will be familiar with the editing tools offered by Photos in macOS, but sometimes the available selection just isn't enough. AppleInsider shows how to add more options to the editing roster, by taking advantage of extensions offered by other image editing applications.

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Review: Sonarworks True-Fi DSP Reference Headphone...

Choosing a headphone can be overwhelming. There are innumerable shapes, sizes, and sound signatures, at prices ranging from pocket change to a small fortune — how can we know what headphones are truly "good?" Reviewers (us included) can only provide subjective impressions, and searching for objective measurements of sound signature and quality can be a fool's errand — measurements often differ between even the most experienced reviewers, and even the most expensive measurement equipment is prone to user error and variations in test conditions. Manufacturers promise that their headphones sound like "what the artist intended," but that too is nearly impossible — most audio equipment colors the sound being played in some way; we cannot know what equipment the artist used during recording, and the artist cannot know what equipment we're using to listen. In this mess of audio anxiety, a Latvian audio technology company Sonarworks is taking a new approach with its True-Fi...

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Meater: Wireless smart meat thermometer for all of...

The Meater wireless smart meat thermometer in its charging block.

I love to cook and especially love grilling. Over the years I've reviewed at least three meat thermometers that use an iPhone or iPad as a way to not only monitor the temperature of cooking meat, but to give you an indication of when it's done. What makes the Meater Wireless Smart Thermometer (US$69) unique is that all of the electronics are in a small, nail-like probe that you insert into the meat -- there are no cables leading to a external transmitter or your iOS device, so it's truly wireless.


Meater definitely gets the thumbs-up in terms of design. I frankly hated most of the other "wireless" meat thermometers that I reviewed, because the cables that dangled to the outside of the grill or oven tended to get damaged quite easily. Meater is tough -- a stainless steel probe with no cables and a ceramic "...

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News: Apple expected to launch new low-cost iPads at...

Apple is expected to unveil at least one new low-cost iPad model at next week’s education event, Bloomberg reports. The event, announced last week, is being held on Tuesday at Lane Technical College Prep High School in Chicago, and is the first time Apple has held an education-related event since 2012 when it unveiled textbooks and the iBooks Author tool. According to Mark Gurman, Apple will be showing off a new version of its entry-level iPad,…

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Questionable report claims 'iPhone SE 2'...

A new report claims that the "iPhone SE 2" is coming at some point after the "Field Trip" event, and not only will be produced exclusively in India, but the global launch is being delayed by the India government for reasons unknown.

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∞ Apple’s “pay with a glance” iPhone X Apple Pay ad

[VIDEO] Can’t help but wonder if this ad was made by the same team that did the wonderful Unlock ad we wrote about last week.

This new ad, called “Fly Market”, has the same frenetic energy, with things flying around, jumping into place. I love the “Back to the Future” callout (the two flaming tracks as the chair leaves the store) and the catchphrase, “Pay with a glance. Apple Pay on iPhone X.”

Take a look. Embedded in the main Loop post.

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Jimmy Iovine, Apple Music, and social networks


“Right now, music streaming is a utility,” Iovine says. “All the services are exactly the same, they do the same trick. If one of them lowered their price the rest are toast, because there’s no unique offering.”

He suggests that Apple Music will have to look at the frontrunner in the film and TV streaming game, Netflix, and try to replicate its model in order to scale in any meaningful way.


“Netflix has tons of original catalogue, six billion dollars worth of original content every year. That’s a value. All of the [music] streaming services have exactly the same catalogue and exactly the same music. And that’s partially due to the labels; they want it that way. But it’s not smart, and it will show in the end. Unless the streaming services become platforms and have something unique about them, they will not scale. Period.”


“When Shawn Fanning started [music sharing site] Napster, he said, ‘I want to trade songs’,”...

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First iPhone with foldable display by could launch...

Apple could launch an iPhone with a foldable display in the next few years, according to a Bank of America analyst, predicting the first iPhone or similar Apple-produced device featuring the long-rumored -- and already patented by Apple -- display technology could launch as soon as the year 2020.

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Amazon's best smart speaker, Echo Show, is $150...

An Amazon Echo with Alexa can infuse your home with information, entertainment, and smart hub capabilities, all controllable by your voice. The most feature-packed Echo usually costs a pretty penny, but Amazon’s running a deal where if you...

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A budget MacBook is coming, but it reportedly won...

With just days to go until Apple takes the stage at a school auditorium in Chicago for its next event, Bloomberg is spilling the beans on what’s going to be announced. According to the site’s well-placed sources, a cheaper iPad is on the way but a new MacBook Air probably isn’t.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that the event will predictively focus on education-related news, with a cheaper 9.7-inch iPad leading the way. Apple released the current non-Pro iPad last March with a retina screen and a price tag of $329. Gurman doesn’t say if the new model will...

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Erasing complexity: The comfort of Apple’s ecosystem

I absolutely love this long piece by MacStories own Federico Viticci. Federico explores an important Apple theme, that Apple products are much more than the sum of their parts, that the surrounding ecosystem is the rising tide that lifts all boats. The ecosystem makes each Apple product easier to use, adds value to each product.

Here’s one quote about AirPods and the potential of Apple-branded over-ear headphones that, to me, really brings this point home:

For me, the best headphones aren’t necessarily the ones that sound “the best”. Sure, there is a time and place for sitting down, putting on a great pair of quality over-ear headphones, and just listening to music. I still do this with the H6 and Momentum Wireless, and it’s exactly why I hope Apple is indeed working on their own over-ear headphones. But over time I’ve realized that the absolute best sound reproduction isn’t my priority. Simplicity, reliability, and fast access to audio in my ears is what I’m looking...

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Apple’s ‘Field Trip’ Media Event to Intro New...

Apple’s March 27th “Let’s take a field trip” media event in Chicago will highlight education-focused software, along with lower priced iPads for the education market.

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News: Report reveals law enforcement routinely...

A new report by Forbes has revealed that it’s a rather common practice for law enforcement agencies to use the fingers of deceased suspects to attempt to unlock their iPhones. In the report, FBI forensics specialist Bob Moledor outlined a 2016 case where an agent used the finger of a suspect who had been shot by police following a stabbing rampage to attempt to unlock an iPhone found on the deceased. While Moledor added that this particular…

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The scorched earth nuclear option for removing...

Andrew Orr, MacObserver:

We’ve shared plenty of tips on how to delete Facebook, remove third-party apps, control privacy settings, and delete bulk content. But what if you want to go even further? It turns out we can, and we can block Facebook completely by editing the hosts file.

In this guide we’ll be adding Facebook-owned domains to the hosts file, which will block them from our system. This is important because even if you deleted your Facebook account, Facebook can still track you around the web like Google does via its advertising platform.

This whole Facebook thing really has me torn. Personally, I was never a fan, at best a reluctant user. But I do get the benefit of reconnecting with old friends, that sort of thing.

But what I really hate is how deeply Facebook has embedded itself into the details of people’s personal data. So much so, that it has become almost impossible for the average person to extricate themselves from Facebook’s clutches....

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A backpack with a USB charge port and a free...

If you’ve got a laptop, one key piece of gear you’ll need is a bag to carry it in. Today, an Amazon third-party marketplace seller is offering a...

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Analyst: Apple is working on a ‘foldable’ iPhone for...

Bank of America Merrill Lynch says Apple is working with its Asian partners on a foldable phone for 2020, reports CNBC.

"We expect the iPhones this fall to be largely unchanged for the OLED versions although size changes have proved to be a catalyst in the past," analyst Wamsi Mohan wrote in a note to clients. "Our checks also suggest that Apple is working with suppliers on a foldable phone (that potentially could double up as a tablet) for launch in 2020.”

In 2016, Apple was granted a patent (number 9,504,170) for “flexible display devices” that hints at future “foldable” iPhones — and perhaps iPads, as well. In the patent filing, the company says that “it would be desirable to use flexible display technology to provide improved electronic devices.”

Here’s Apple’s summary of the...

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News: Apple Store app gains new ‘Sessions’ section

Apple has released a significant update to its Apple Store app, promising users “a more personal, relevant in-store experience” with recommendations for products and in-store training sessions. The highlight of the update is a new “Sessions” tab which allows users to more easily find daily sessions be held in local Apple Stores on creative subjects such as photography and music, and sessions can be filtered based on the products…

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Video: As Dropbox IPO goes live, should you consider...

As Dropbox goes public, AppleInsider examines if it is time to consider whether you should stay put with iCloud Drive, or fully embrace Dropbox for your cloud storage needs.

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Apple promotes upcoming Shinjuku store and Japanese...

[VIDEO] Follow the headline link, check out the neon signage. I think it’s gorgeous.

The new Shinjuku Apple Store is incredibly well placed. It’s just blocks from Shinjuku Station, by far the world’s busiest transport hub. My 2 cents, this will be one of the most successful Apple Stores in the world.

I also love the neon-themed video Apple built to promote the store. It’s embedded in the main Loop post. Enjoy.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Analyst believes Apple is developing a foldable...

One Bank of America analyst believes that the next major redesign of the iPhone following the drastic changes in the X model will be a new foldable form factor. Via CNBC, BoA Merrill Lynch report that Apple is working with suppliers to create a foldable phone, to launch in 2020.

Samsung has been teasing a foldable device for a while now, although at the moment it’s still vaporware. Foldable and flexible devices are definitely the future, it’s just not clear how soon that can become a reality.


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New low-cost iPad expected at Apple's '...

Another report notes that Apple's education-themed event in Chicago next week will reportedly feature a new version of its "budget" iPad, as well as new classroom software.

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News: Daily Deal: ShutterGrip Smartphone Camera...

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can pick up the ShutterGrip Smartphone Camera Controller for only $29.99 — that’s 25% off the regular price. This simple attachment will help you take better pictures on your iPhone, ensuring that you can capture great moments anywhere without fear of dropping your iPhone as well as providing a more stable grip to eliminate camera shake. ShutterGrip uses a tensioned grip that allows it to attach securely…

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Optimize your Wi-Fi connection with this deal on...

With rare exceptions, most of us use Wi-Fi networks to connect our Macs to the Internet. Are you getting the most out of your connection? NetSpot Pro is a powerful utility that analyzes wireless networks by giving you the ability to visualize, optimize and troubleshoot them. A unique mapping feature lets you view dead zones in your home or office for optimal hotspot placement. Normally you'd pay $198 for a lifetime NetSpot Pro license, but we're giving you a heck of a deal -- it's now just $39.

Here's what you can do with NetSpot Pro:

  • Visualize, manage, troubleshoot, audit, plan, & deploy wireless networks
  • Analyze your WiFi coverage anywhere you are...
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Facebook is building a real 59-acre Facebook city in...

David Streitfeld, New York Times:

He leans over a scale model of the 59-acre site, which is named Willow Village. “There will be housing there,” he points. “There will be a retail street along here, with a grocery store and a drugstore. That round building in the corner? Maybe a cultural center.”

The “he” in this quote is Facebook’s VP of Real Estate, John Tenanes.

Willow Village will be wedged between the Menlo Park neighborhood of Belle Haven and the city of East Palo Alto, both heavily Hispanic communities that are among Silicon Valley’s poorest. Facebook is planning 1,500 apartments, and has agreed with Menlo Park to offer 225 of them at below-market rates. The most likely tenants of the full-price units are Facebook employees, who already receive a five-figure bonus if they live near the office.

And then there’s Google:

The search company plans a 600,000-square-foot office building with a roof that melts up into soft peaks, kind of like a...

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Face ID deemed too costly to copy, Android makers...

A new report from Digitimes citing supply chain sources indicates that Android phone makers are ‘rushing’ to implement fingerprint sensors under the display for upcoming handsets.

Android manufacturers have decided that recreating the 3D facial recognition used by iPhone X is simply too costly to include, and are instead focusing on implementing Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint scanners.


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Refreshed iPad and software to be focus of education...

Bloomberg has today published a report that adds some weight behind the rumor mill ahead of Apple’s spring education event on Tuesday. Mark Gurman writes that Apple will indeed announce a new version of Apple’s cheapest entry-level iPad.

New software for schools is also in the cards, but it seems like the rumored sub-$1000 MacBook will not be shown.


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Apple is granted a patent for a 3D document editing...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20180081519) for a 3D document editing system that includes a virtual reality and/or augmented reality device and an input device (e.g., keyboard) that implements sensing technology for detecting gestures by a user. 

The sensing technology would allow a user to make gestures while entering text via a keypad, which would allow the user to specify 3D effects in the document while typing. The system may also monitor entries made using the keypad, apply rules to the entries to detect particular types of entries such as URLs, and automatically shift the detected types of entries forward or backward on the Z axis relative to the rest of the content in the document.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that conventional graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for text generation and editing systems work in a two-dimensional (2D) space (e.g., a 2D screen or page on a screen). Highlighting areas or portions of text using these GUIs typically...

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Time Out for macOS can help improve your health

Some health experts think the most dangerous thing most of us do every day is sit. Like smoking, they believe prolonged sitting is bad and can’t be overcome by exercise. Several studies have drawn connections between sitting too long and diabetes, hypertension, some forms of cancer, anxiety, and a generally greater probability of early death — though, admittedly, some studies question those other studies.

I’m an avid exerciser, but I do find myself getting so caught up in my Apple World Today chores that I sit for extended periods of time. I’ve decided to change this (hey, it can’t be bad for me!), and Dejal’s Time Out is helping me.

It’s a break reminder app for macOS. The latest version (2.4) adds the...

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Here’s how to improve your typing

If you aren't a proficient touch typist, you should be. Typing quickly and accurately is one of the easiest ways you can get more work done in less time. It's easy and free. 

Just visit I suggest you begin by taking the free typing test, so you know your current typing speed. After that, click the Train for Free button and double your typing speed for free.  

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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The Morning After: 'Monty Python' on...

Welcome to the end of the week! This morning: The reality of women in the video-game industry, creepy-realistic real-time CGI and the Instagram update you've been waiting for.

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Satechi introduces Aluminum Type-C Multimedia Adapter

Satechi has launched the Aluminum Type-C Multimedia Adapter. The hub features a USB-C Power Delivery port to charge PD-compatible devices (up to 49W), 4K HDMI (30Hz), 4K mini DisplayPort (30Hz), Gigabit Ethernet, micro/SD card slots and three USB 3.0 ports to access all devices. 

Satechi’s Aluminum Type-C Multimedia Adapter boasts the upgraded USB-C Power Delivery (PD) standard to quickly charge compatible devices (USB-C PD 2.0 or higher). It includes multi-directional power flow (up to 49W) and efficient charging speeds to ensure all devices always stay juiced.

The Aluminum Type-C Multimedia Adapter allows users to have a mirrored display on two external monitors (HDMI and mini DP), up to 4K @ 30Hz. The HDMI/mini DP display is supported on devices equipped with DisplayPort over USB-C (Alt mode) and requires direct HDMI-HDMI, mini DP-mini DP connection.

You can also add a wired network port to a USB-C laptop for Ethernet connection with the Aluminum Type-C...

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Notable apps and app updates for March 23, 2018

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

CorelCAD Mobile has debuted on the iPhone and iPad, providing technical designers with CAD capabilities to boost productivity on the go and in the field. With this latest release, CorelCAD Mobile is now available on iOS and Android, delivering a complete set of 2D design and annotation tools for tablets and smartphones. It’s free, but does tout in-app purchases.

macOS Apps/Updates

Developers, take note: Excel Software has released new runtime plugins for FileMaker and Xojo developers of Mac and Windows desktop apps and a new library file for...

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Apple confirms Siri/Lock Screen/Notifications...

Following up on an article covered yesterday, Apple has confirmed it will fix a privacy issue in which Siri can read aloud hidden lock screen notifications from many apps on iPhones.

Per Apple:

“We are aware of the issue and it will be addressed in an upcoming software update.”

It’s possible that the fix will be included in iOS 11.3, which is currently in beta. Apple could also choose to address the problem with a minor update such as iOS 11.2.7.

Siri’s behavior becomes a privacy issue because it can read aloud messages and emails from third-party apps such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Gmail, even if an iPhone is locked and notifications are hidden.

The issue is present in current versions of iOS 11.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become...

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InvizBox launches portable VPN router

InvizBox has announced the global availability of InvizBox Go, a portable VPN router with a built-in power bank, Wi-Fi extension and ad blocker to secure Internet traffic and access blocked content. Pricing starts at $150.

It allows users to secure all Internet traffic when using Wi-Fi. InvizBox Go purportedly secures browsing privacy and security and can be used at home, abroad or on public Wi-Fi anywhere in the world. The InvizBox Go also doubles up as a portable power bank with the ability to fully charge a mobile phone or tablet by plugging into the USB port on the side of the device. It can be used with multiple devices.

In order to use the VPN service, InvizBox has partnered with IP Vanish, a VPN “no log” provider. Each InvizBox Go has access to a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that consists of over 500 servers in 20 countries. The VPN service costs about $5.50 per month.

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Law enforcement officials have begun using the...

Your fingerprint is your fingerprint, even if you’re not among the living.

A new report released on Thursday revealed that U.S. law enforcement agencies have indeed used the fingers of corpses to unlock iPhones and obtain evidence.

These efforts are said to date back to November 2016, when the FBI attempted to use the finger of Ohio State University attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan to unlock his iPhone 5s, according to FBI forensics specialist Bob Moledor. That didn’t work, since by the time legal authority had been obtained, Touch ID was disabled without re-entering a passcode. Data was later retrieved with the help of a forensics lab.

Anonymous sources described as “close to local and federal police investigations” in New York and Ohio stated that it has now become common practice to use the fingers of dead bodies to try to unlock iOS devices, as seen in overdose cases where a device may contain information that can lead to arrests. At least some attempts...

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Thiel-Hogan vs. Gawker saga to get the TV and movie...

Two production outfits are planning to make films tackling the Peter Thiel-backed Hulk Hogan case that brought down the once-thriving online media company Gawker. And one of them is exploring the idea of creating a miniseries instead. Modern Family d...

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Killer Deals: $1,000 to $1,300 off plus free...

In addition to the lowest prices we've ever seen on Apple's Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro, Apple authorized reseller B&H is sweetening the deal even more by throwing in a free AppleCare extended protection plan valued at $379 -- with no tax in most states. Grab the bundles while supplies last.

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Thursday March 22

Now The Church of England takes Apple Pay and Google...

What can a church do when its younger parishioners stop carrying coins they can toss into the donation box? In the Church of England's case, it's to offer high-tech collection plates that accept Apple Pay, Google Pay and SMS mobile payments. Accordin...

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Apple CarPlay, Qi wireless charging arrive in 2019...

Longtime CarPlay holdout Toyota is making good on promises to deliver Apple's automotive infotainment platform to drivers, and plans to integrate the technology in its all new 2019 Corolla Hatchback this year.

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Kuo: Android devices to rely on alternate 3D sensing...

In a bid to catch up with Apple's TrueDepth 3D-sensing camera, Android device makers are looking to incorporate similar components using time-of-flight technology, according to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, though the first models are not expected to arrive until 2019.

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Samsung is 'looking into' Galaxy S9...

Tonight Samsung has responded to growing reports of Galaxy S9/S9+ phones with touchscreen problems. Android Police and PiunikaWeb point to a few threads on Reddit and Samsung's own support forums where owners have noted issues with their phones regis...

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Gallery: Apple promotes upcoming Shinjuku store and...

After revealing the location of a new retail store in Tokyo earlier this week, Apple is now promoting the grand opening of Apple Shinjuku with a new neon-themed video, signage, and promotional imagery on the company’s Japanese website.


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Researchers develop device that extracts water from...

Researchers at MIT and UC Berkeley have developed and now tested a device that can extract water out of the air even in the driest of climates. The team proposed the device in a Science article last year and now they've improved the design and tried...

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Alleged bezel-less iPad image surfaces from case...

Update:  The “leak” appears to be a bad render of the 10.5-inch existing iPad Pro:

Good find. I need to have a talk with someone.

— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 23, 2018

Several reports have suggested that Apple has a refreshed lineup of iPads coming this year, including models with Face ID and the same bezel-free design as the iPhone X. This evening, notorious Twitter leaker Evan Blass shared an image of an iPad model with significantly smaller bezels and without a Home button, but there are several issues with the render…


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Purported iPad model with edge-to-edge screen, no...

An image from famed hardware leaker Evan Blass on Thursday could offer one of the first looks at a rumored iPad model that replaces Apple's years-old home button with Face ID facial recognition.

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Apple’s Spike Jonze and FKA Twigs ‘Welcome Home’...

Adweek has a great behind-the-scenes video that shows—among other things—that all that stretchy-house stuff from Apple’s new HomePod ad was done with practical effects, rather than CGI.

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Carrot Weather updated with push notifications, new...

The popular and snarky app Carrot Weather has today been updated to version 4.6, bringing support for push notifications and a slew of new content options…


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Report examines how police use fingerprints of dead...

The topic of using the fingerprint of a dead person to unlock an iPhone with Touch ID has been brought to light in the past, and now a new report from Forbes dives into a bit more into details regarding the practice. The report includes anecdotes from various law enforcement and FBI sources who offer more color on the practice of using a dead suspect’s fingerprint for Touch ID…


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Tesla says it’s being underpaid because its...

It looks like Tesla's batteries are too fast for their own good. As the Sydney Morning Herald reports, the company claims it's not being properly paid for the electricity its South Australia battery farm is generating for the country's power grid. An...

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Amnesty International presses Apple to warn Chinese...

Amnesty International is calling on Apple to inform Chinese iCloud users that their data might be at risk of government prying after the company migrated regional accounts to China-based servers, a move designed to conform with local laws.

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Police using fingerprints of dead suspects to unlock...

While there have been some failures, U.S. law enforcement agencies have indeed used the fingers of corpses to unlock iPhones and obtain evidence, a report revealed on Thursday.

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IK Multimedia Ships Leslie Rotary Speaker Amp Models

IK Multimedia shipped AmpliTube Leslie and T-RackS Leslie on Thursday. Announced in January, these are amp models for the famous Lesli rotary speakers. I love a great guitar sound coming through a Leslie, having played in a band that used one. And, of course, A Hammond B3…man, I love a Leslie! Anyhoo, this software package for AmpliTube and T-RackS include: Leslie Type 147, 122, 122A; Leslie 3300w, Leslie G-37, Leslie Studio 12. It also includes five Leslie amp models, including: Leslie Type 147, Leslie Type 122 – vintage tube model; Leslie Type 122A – new tube model; Leslie 3300w – new hybrid amp, and the Leslie G-37/Studio 12 – new hybrid amp. The AmpliTube and T-RackS apps are US$99.99 each, or you can get both for $149.99. They’re available now. The promo video below gives a nice overview of what they can do.


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You only have 18 minutes to complete 'Black...

While a number of games have incorporated a countdown timer to increase the pressure upon players (looking at you, Dead Rising), few have taken it to extremes quite like Black Future '88, a wild new synthpunk platform shooter from indie studio Supers...

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Hands-on with the sci-fi game that falls apart as...

You're never going to play Clunker Junker in your living room or on your desktop PC, no matter how many GPUs it has. Hardware is the issue here, but it's not a matter of processing power -- Clunker Junker requires two LED-adorned arm cranks, plus fou...

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Apple updates Apple Store app with new Sessions tab...

Apple on Thursday rolled out a revamped version of its Apple Store app for iOS, introducing a new Sessions tab for easy access to Today at Apple events and app-wide design tweaks.

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Amazon dreams up a drone that will understand your...

Amazon was just issued a patent for a UAV that can interpret gesture and vocal commands, a device that could in theory be used to deliver packages. First spotted by GeekWire, the patent describes a drone-like device outfitted with various sensors, ca...

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How to delete and restore iOS’ built-in apps on...

While iOS 10 brought the ability to more or less hide iOS’ built-in apps, you can actually delete them with iOS 11. Follow along below for how to delete and restore the default apps on iPhone.


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Changes to Mac Clipboard Bring Image Conversion and...

Among the updates include image conversion and certain security enhancements.

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iPhone X ‘Fly Market’ Commercial: Song, Dance, Face...

Apple has a new spot out, and I love it. It’s called Fly Market, and it features a young man dancing through a street market using Apple Pay and Face ID on his iPhone X to buy clothes and a present for his mom. The song is “Back Pocket” by Vulfpeck, a great tune. This commercial has charisma, and I love the imagery—I think it’s great. I’d love to hear what you think.

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Ztylus Revolver M Series iPhone Lens Kit:

Check out the Ztylus Revolver M Series of camera lenses for iPhone 7/8, iPhone 7/8 Plus, and iPhone X. It comes with a case that has a magnetic attachment on the back. Attach the lens kit, and rotate the lens you want into place, as shown in the video. It comes with six lenses, including two telephoto lenses, macro, super macro, wide-angle, and fisheye. It’s $49.99 through us.

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A brief history of movies shot with phones

Film School Rejects:

Soderbergh and Baker might be the highest profile directors to turn to cellular devices for feature films, but there are plenty of independent filmmakers turning to the format.

The iPhone is a great tool for filmmakers – but it must be used by someone who understands how to create an engaging movie. I love the last line – “Pick up your phone and share your story, there are people who want to see it.” That’s true – but only if it is a good story to begin with, regardless of the tool you use to tell the

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Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook spoke too slowly about...

A day after Mark Zuckerberg's media tour, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg did her part in front of cameras to apologize and also make a muted reference to possible regulation. Speaking to CNBC the exec said "It's not a question of if regulation, it's a...

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Apple Store app for iOS adds ‘Sessions’ feature,...

The Apple Store app on iOS has today received a major update, bringing it to version 5.0. The update includes a new Sessions screen for finding Apple Store, improvements to the in-store experience, and more…


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Apple World Today News Update: March 22, 2018

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Today's Apple World Today News Update podcast has news on where Apple's future revenue growth will come from, a unique proof-of-concept app that wants to make it easier to assemble IKEA furniture, and a rumor about trial production of this year's iPhones:

  • Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty sees Apple's future revenue growth coming not from iPhones, but from services and wearables
  • A developer has created a proof-of-concept AR app that could make it easier to understand those sometimes nebulous IKEA furniture assembly instructions
  • Rumors! Trial product of this year's three iPhones could start as early as June

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Apple News readers need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.


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Mobile gaming is having a moment, and Apple has the...

Thos of us old enough to remember the bad old days know that Apple had a reputation at times for not being very “gamer friendly”, whether it was towards gamers themselves or game developers. Steve Jobs was famously apathetic and dismissive of the Mac as a gaming platform. But the iPhone has changed all of that.

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Tidal now streams music to both Amazon Fire TV and...

When last we heard in December, Norwegian publication Dagens Næringsliv reported that music streaming service Tidal had enough cash to last about six months. But the company is evidently still around and has more to announce: Tidal now has a ne...

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VR and AR patent applications demonstrate Apple...

A new batch of Apple patent applications published on Thursday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office shows Apple is still working on technology relating to virtual and augmented reality, with filings showing a multi-resolution system for creating VR content, headset concepts, and a 3D document editing system.

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Actor Joshua Leonard had 'Unsane' time...

The actor talks to AppleInsider about director Steven Soderbergh's new movie, what it's like to act in a scene when the camera is an iPhone and how innovative technology has followed him throughout his career.

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Venmo temporarily halts instant money transfers

Did you need a friend to pay you back on Venmo as soon as humanly possible? You might have to twiddle your thumbs for a little while. Venmo has temporarily pulled its instant transfer feature in order to make a "few changes" to the service. You can s...

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Wirecutter's best deals: The UE Roll 2...

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read their continuously updated list of deals here.

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This look inside Spike Jonze’s Apple ad is as...

I think this behind the scenes video is even more interesting than the ad itself.

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Analyst: Apple’s Service platform has ‘tremendous...

In a note to clients — as noted by Business Insider — Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty says Apple’s Services platform has “tremendous upside.”

She forecasts that Services revenue growth will contribute more than 50% of the company's total revenue growth over the next five years. The iPhone, which has contributed 86% of Apple's revenue growth over the past five years, will make up 22% of revenue growth in the next five.

Apple Services include Apple Music subscriptions, iTunes Music, iCloud storage plans, paid apps from Apple's App Store, and AppleCare service plans, Apple Pay, etc. In its most recent quarter, Apple posted $8.5 billion in revenue in its services category, up 13% year-over-year.

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Flash Deal: 20 percent or more off Amazon Alexa...

Amazon is taking 20 percent or more off select Alexa-enabled devices today only in honor of its top-ranking spot in Harris Poll's corporate reputation survey.

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macOS: How to See Your Mac System Uptime in Terminal

This will show you how the time, how many hours or days of uptime, number of users, and CPU load averages.

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News: Apple confirms fix is in the works for bug...

In a statement provided to MacRumors, Apple has confirmed that it already has a fix underway for a bug reported earlier this week in which Siri could bypass privacy restrictions on third-party messaging apps, allowing for otherwise hidden messages to be read aloud, even when an iPhone is locked.


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Apple's newest iPhone X ad hypes Face ID &...

Apple's latest lifestyle ad for the iPhone X, "Fly Market," once again concentrates on the device's TrueDepth camera, in this case its usefulness with Face ID and Apple Pay.

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Trump's Chinese tariffs could have a big impact...

Trump has shouted about weaponizing trade since the campaign trail, but this year he's put it to action, committing to solar tariffs back in January that endangered US jobs. This afternoon, Donald Trump signed an executive memorandum to enact tariffs...

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