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Wednesday January 17

Would you disable iPhone throttling at the risk of...

Earlier this evening, Tim Cook surprisingly announced that, with a future iOS update, users will be able to turn off iPhone performance throttling. Cook noted, however, that such a move would put users at risk for unexpected shutdowns ask their battery ages.

We’re curious, would you turn off iPhone throttling as your battery aged, if you knew you could suffer from unexpected shutdowns?


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Tim Cook Says Power Management Feature In Older...

In an interview with Rebecca Jarvis of ABC News, Apple CEO Tim Cook touched on the ongoing controversy over power management features in older iPhones. He says that a future update will allow customers to turn off the power management feature that has caused older iPhones to slow down. Mac Rumors reports: According to Cook, when the power management features were first introduced in iOS 10.2.1, Apple did explain what was going on, but following the controversy, he believes Apple should have been clearer. The company did indeed mention that the shutdown issue was caused by uneven power delivery and explained that its power management system had been tweaked, but there was no clear notice that it could cause devices to operate more slowly at times. Cook says Apple "deeply apologizes" to customers who thought the company had other motivations. Apple is introducing better battery monitoring features in a future iOS update, and Cook says Apple will also allow customers to turn off the...

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New leases give Apple a large footprint in Los...

Apple has reportedly leased more than 200,000 square feet of prime real estate in Culver City, California to support its expanding efforts in original video content.

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iPhone owners will be able to disable CPU throttling...

Apple CEO Tim Cook in an interview on Wednesday revealed a new iOS function will soon allow owners of iPhones with depleted batteries to disable built-in CPU throttling, a preventative measure designed to lengthen the life span of older handsets.

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Apple to lease 128,000-sq-ft space in Culver City,...

According to a new report from Variety, Apple will take over the lease at a new Culver City development after HBO pulled out. Apple is said to be leasing the entirety of a new 128,000-square-foot development, but specific plans for the location are unclear…


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Apple CEO Tim Cook cites GOP tax reform as driver in...

Following Apple's announcement of plans to repatriate a chunk of its overseas cash to infuse some $350 billion into the U.S. economy over the next five years, CEO Tim Cook took part in an interview addressing the company's investment strategy, the iPhone slowdown controversy and more.

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Tim Cook says users will be able to turn off iPhone...

Apple had already said that a future iOS update will give users more insight into the state of their battery. In an interview with ABC News, Tim Cook was asked for his take on Apple slowing down iPhones with degraded batteries. He revealed that the developer beta including these features will be released next month, with a public release to follow after.

Moreover, he says that this forthcoming update will give users the option to disable performance throttling if they would rather be at risk of unexpected shutdowns but maintain full CPU and GPU performance.


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Tim Cook praises ‘corporate side’ of Trump tax...

On the heels of Apple’s major announcements about bringing $250 billion of overseas cash back to the United States and increasing investments in the U.S., Tim Cook joined Rebecca Jarvis of ABC News for a brief interview. In the interview, Cook talks about the tax reform that led to Apple’s announcement today and whether or not it will lead to a cheaper (??) iPhone…


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Apple plans new U.S. campus, to pay $38 billion in...

Apple Inc (AAPL.O) will open a new campus as part of a 5-year, $30 billion U.S. investment plan and will make about $38 billion in one-time tax payments on its overseas cash, one of the largest corporate spending plans announced since the passage of a tax cut signed by U.S. President Donald Trump.

This is in addition to Apple giving employees $2500 bonuses today.

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Apple Gives Employees $2,500 Bonuses After New Tax...

Apple told employees that it's issuing a bonus of $2,500 of restricted stock units, following the introduction of the new U.S. tax law. "The iPhone maker will begin issuing grants to most employees worldwide in the coming months," reports Bloomberg. Apple also announced today that it would bring back most of its cash from overseas and spend $30 billion in the U.S. over the next five years. From the report: Apple confirmed the bonuses in response to a Bloomberg inquiry Wednesday. The Cupertino, California-based company joins a growing list of American businesses that have celebrated the introduction of corporate-friendly tax law with one-time bonuses for staff. AT&T, Comcast, JetBlue, and Wal-Mart also said they were giving bonuses.


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Deep Dive on Apple’s Tax Announcement, Jeff and...

Apple made some major announcements about taxes, investments, and the company’s five year plan for contributions to the U.S. economy, and Bryan and Jeff take  a deep dive into what it all means. They also examine their own potential for hypocrisy in criticizing Apple’s smarthome strategy. The cap the show with a listener comment about the Mac App Store security bug.

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Apple gives employees $2,500 bonuses after new tax...

Good to see these bonuses are also being given out to retail and part-time employees.

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Here’s the full email Tim Cook sent to Apple...

It’s been a big day for both Apple and its employees. Apple plans to repatriate almost $250 billion of its overseas cash, while it will also give employees $2,500 worth of restricted stock units. Now, Axios has obtained the full text of the email Tim Cook sent to Apple employees regarding today’s announcements…


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008: Apple’s first comedy, HomePods shipping, BMW’s...

Today we’ve got Apple’s big investment in the US economy, Kristen Wiig starring in Apple’s first comedy series, Siri learning a new trick, the first 1 million HomePods shipping ahead of launch, and BMW’s consumer hostile CarPlay decision.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneInGoogle Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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How the MacBook Air Changed the Course of Our Mobile...

The MacBook Air, introduced by Steve Jobs at Macworld San Francisco in January, 2008, was limited in capability and outrageously expensive. We loved it.

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Tim Cook pops up in Reno to celebrate Apple facility...

Apple chief executive Tim Cook made an appearance in Reno, Nevada on Wednesday as his company broke ground on a new downtown warehouse that will serve Apple's nearby multi-billion data center.

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Apple video content push reportedly helping increase...

Apple's drive for video content is seemingly having a wider effect on how much actors get paid, with a report claiming Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman bolstered their pay from HBO for a project following after Witherspoon made a similar high-value deal for an Apple-commissioned drama.

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Apple Daily Report for January 7, 2017

The AWT News Update is on a one-day hiatus while my compadre, Steve, takes care of some personal business. In its place, I’ll offer a text-only (no podcast) summary of breaking stories with a tip o’ my hat to my former website, Apple Daily Report.

Apple stock rose nearly $3 in Wednesday trading following the midday announcement of plans to invigorate the U.S. economy, including repatriating billions of dollars in foreign cash reserves.

What’s more, Bloomberg reports that Apple will be giving most of its global employees an extra bonus as the company plans on repatriating almost $250 billion of its overseas cash after new U.S. tax laws were passed.

Apple CEO Tim...

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Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon netting...

While we’ve heard quite a bit about the different series Apple has planned for its original content efforts, details on those shows have been sparse. The Hollywood Reporter claims today, however, that Apple is shelling out upward of $1.25 million per episode to both Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon for their upcoming show…


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Apple to pay $38 billion in US taxes on overseas cash

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Apple announced on Wednesday that it would pay $38 billion in taxes to the federal government as it brings cash earned overseas into the United States. The big payment is the result of President Donald Trump's tax cut bill, passed last month, which created a new, special tax rate for overseas cash.

Apple is likely to be the biggest beneficiary of that provision. The American company had around $250 billion in cash and other short-term assets held...

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Tip of the Day: Changing the face image for people...

Although the facial recognition features in the iOS Photos app are pretty great, you may not always like the picture it chooses as the “key” photo for a given person. Fortunately, there’s a way to select a different photo, but it’s until recently it’s been so well hidden in the Photos app that most people probably don’t even know it’s there. To select a new key photo for a person, you must begin by going to…

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Report: Apple shares $2500 bonuses with employees...

Bloomberg today reports that Apple will be giving most of its global employees an extra bonus as the company plans on repatriating almost $250B of its overseas cash after new US tax laws were passed.


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Video: Apple gets ready to ship HomePod after month-...

The HomePod was previously scheduled to hit the market before the end of last year, but Apple issued a statement in November saying it needed more time before the product is ready for customers, giving it an "early 2018" release date.

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Apple Commits $350 Billion to U.S. Economy Over 5...

In a long press release, the company said increased investment, existing plans, and a one-time tax would add up to a $350 billion contribution to the nation’s economy.

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Apple stock climbs on word of planned US investments...

Apple stock rose nearly $3 in Wednesday trading following the midday announcement of plans to invigorate the U.S. economy, including repatriating billions of dollars in foreign cash reserves. [Updated with news on employee stock bonuses]

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Tim Cook attends Apple’s new Reno facility...

As reported by Reno Gazette Journal, Tim Cook unexpectedly showed up to celebrate the groundbreaking of Apple’s latest facility today at its data center in Reno, Nevada.


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Review: LifeProof LifeActív Power Pack

Although LifeProof is best known for its rugged waterproof iPhone cases, like other case makers the company has started to branch out a bit into other accessories, and one of its first is a fairly natural extension for the outdoor enthusiast in the form of the LifeActív Power Pack. It's designed to withstand the elements and packs 10,000 mAh of backup power and a built-in LED flashlight. {/exp:char_limit}

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Apple Plans to Build Another New Campus

With the dust still settling on its new spaceship campus in Cupertino, Apple announced plans to build another facility.

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Ireland's plans for Apple to pay $15.9B in back...

Ireland's attempt to collect an estimated 13 billion euro ($15.9 billion) in unpaid taxes could take longer than previously thought, after Prime Minister Leo Varadkar advised to EU lawmakers that initial payments could commence during the second quarter of this year.

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Apple to Pay $38 Billion in One-Time Repatriation Tax

The money is owed on roughly $245 billion in overseas profits being repatriated under the recent tax overhaul bill signed into law by President Trump.

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Apple Expands Advanced Manufacturing Fund to $5...

Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund just got a big boost from US$1 billion up to $5 billion.

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External Link: Messages App Plagued by Another...

Twitter user Abraham Masri has discovered a Web link that, when opened in the Messages app on iOS or macOS, causes freezing, crashing, battery issues, and other nasty behavior. This isn’t the first time that a rogue link or piece of text has broken one of Apple’s apps. Apple will likely release a fix soon.


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How to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum at their current lows...

Cryptocurrency volatility has generated sensationalized headlines over the past year, with cyclical valuation drops and surges that make even Apple's stock price look relaxed in comparison. Here's a look at how cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum's "Ether" work, and how you can get involved in trading them at their current lows with Coinbase, a popular and easy-to-use iOS app.

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3 Tracking Apps to See Locations of Friends and...

These are apps meant for you to do this in a non-creepy, non-stalker way. Don’t be like that mom from Black Mirror.

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Apple diverting worker shuttles because of smashed...

Apple is rerouting the daily buses that drive workers from San Francisco to Cupertino following incidents of broken windows, according to an internal email.

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Apple employee shuttles are being attacked during...

Every day, Apple runs a shuttle service from San Francisco to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino to help employees commute to work. Sadly, some of these buses have been attacked in the last week by unknown criminals resulting in smashed windows. Mashable confirmed with Apple that the incidents were happening but the company did not say how the buses were being damaged; presumably someone is throwing objects (rocks?) to break the glass.


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Aspyr ships 'Civilization VI' Fall 2017...

Players of 'Civilization VI' on macOS have more downloadable content to enjoy, while a new list compiling games supporting Apple's Metal API offers more ways for gamers to push their Mac's GPU.

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Kristen Wig to star in Apple’s first scripted comedy...

Apple has landed a 10-episode comedy series executive produced by and starring Kristen Wig, the Saturday Night Live grad and movie actress (GhostBusters, Downsizing), according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project, inspired by Curtis Sittenfeld's upcoming short-story collection You Think It, I'll Say It and produced by Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine...

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Siri Podcast News Feature Rolling Out to iOS 11.2.2...

The Siri podcast feature was designed for the HomePod in mind, and it’s designed for hands-free situations.

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Apple shuttles are being attacked in San Francisco

Mashable has reached out to both Apple and the local police to confirm whether the shuttles were being shot at, and we will update this when we hear back. At the time of publication, Apple and the local police were not able to confirm what object was shattering the windows. It could, of course, be rocks — but even rocks thrown at a moving vehicle on the highway could result in tragedy.

Be safe people.

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Someone is attacking Apple shuttle buses

Someone is attaching Apple shuttle buses that carry employees to and from San Francisco to the company’s Cupertino headquarters, according to an internal Apple email thread viewed by Mashable. Apparently, “rubber rounds” — rubber or rubber-coated projectiles that can be shot from either standard firearms or dedicated riot guns — are being fired at the vehicles, sometimes breaking windows.

Apple emailed employees to alert them that an untold number of shuttles would be rerouted, adding 30 to 45 minutes to riders' commute. Mashable obtained the email and has verified its authenticity. 

“As always, the safety of our employees is our first priority. We’re working closely with law enforcement to investigate these incidents and we’ll notify you as soon as the coaches are able to return to the regular route,” the email reads in part. “Thank you for your patience...

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Apple is among the top bond issuers ahead of rising...

Apple is among the companies that added the most debt last year to to finance either acquisitions or stock repurchases, says S&P Dow Jones Indices, reports Investor’s Business Daily.

Apple, despite having a cash pile estimated to reach $285 billion by the end of 2017, added nearly $27 billion in debt. The tech giant has stepped up stock repurchases.

S&P 500 companies such as Apple, AT&T and Amazon overall issued $775 billion in bonds, the sixth consecutive year of record U.S. corporate bond issuances,  says S&P Dow Jones Indices, notes Investor’s Business Daily. The companies aimed to take advantage of low interest rates. Inflation is expected to rise in 2018, say some economists, which could hike borrowing costs and interest expenses.

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Is BMW going to make you pay for Apple CarPlay every...

This is an interesting decision by BMW. Their logic seems solid but many people are unhappy about the subscription. I’ll never buy a BMW so I don’t have a dog in this hunt but if successful, you can bet this will move downmarket to other manufacturers.

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Apple says it will pump $350B into US through next...

Looking to boost its domestic image, Apple on Wednesday announced that it expects to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy during the next five years, picking up some 20,000 jobs in the process.

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Apple Says It Will 'Contribute' $350...

Apple said on Wednesday it will invest $350 billion in the U.S. economy over the next five years, touting the creation of 20,000 new jobs and a new campus thanks, in part, to the prospect of tax reform. From a report: The company said it expects tax repatriation payments of about $38 billion, indicating that it will bring a portion of its $250 billion overseas cash back to the U.S. As of November, the company had $268.9 billion in cash, both domestically and overseas. The job creation will focus on direct employment, but also suppliers and its app business, which it had already planned to grow substantially. "We have a deep sense of responsibility to give back to our country and the people who help make our success possible," chief executive Tim Cook said in a statement.


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Apple plans another new campus and more investments...

Apple has announced a new set of investments to build on its commitment to support the American economy and its workforce, concentrated in three areas where the tech giant has had the greatest impact on job creation: direct employment by Apple, spending and investment with Apple’s domestic suppliers and manufacturers, and fueling the app economy that the company created with iPhone and the App Store. 

The Cupertino, California-based company is already responsible for creating and supporting over two million jobs across the U.S. and expects to generate even more jobs as a result of the initiatives being announced today. Combining new investments and Apple’s current pace of spending with domestic suppliers and manufacturers — an estimated $55 billion for 2018 — Apple’s direct contribution to the U.S. economy will be more than $350 billion over the next five years, not including Apple’s ongoing tax payments, the tax revenues generated from employees’ wages and the sale of Apple...

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chaiOS Bug, J.J Abrams New Sci-fi Series – TMO Daily...

Kelly Guimont and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to discuss the chaiOS bug for the Mac and iPhone, plus they weigh in on Apple’s bid for the new J.J. Abrams sci-fi series.

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Apple announces plans for a new campus as it pledges...

Apple today has announced a new commitment to contribute $350 billion to the US economy over the next five years. The news also includes the company’s expectations to create thousands of new jobs and how its US operations will grow with a new campus.


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Apple makes available sixth developer betas of tvOS...

A day after the fifth beta of High Sierra 10.13.5 was delivered to developers for testing, Apple has issued the sixth betas of iOS 11.2.5 and tvOS 11.2.5.

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Apple releases sixth iOS and tvOS 11.2.5 betas

Apple has released new beta versions of iOS and tvOS for developer testing. iOS and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 6 are now available on the developer center and over-the-air. We’ll update to the latest versions and note any changes below.


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Kristen Wiig on tap for new Apple-funded scripted...

Apple has teamed up with Reese Witherspoon's production company for the third time, to deliver the comedy vehicle starring Kristen Wiig in her first role outside of movies in over five years.

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Apple taps SNL veteran Kristen Wiig for new comedy...

Details about Apple’s upcoming video service continue to surface with The Hollywood Reporter reporting that Kristen Wiig will star in a comedy series distributed by Apple. Reese Witherspoon, who already has two upcoming shows through Apple, will produce the comedy show.


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Tips: How to create a PDF of a webpage for offline...

Though there are certainly alternatives like Pocket, often the simplest way of saving a single page of a webpage for later reading on an iPhone or iPad -- especially if you want to annotate it -- is saving it as a PDF.

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9to5Toys Last Call: Apple Watch Sport Bands $5, Best...

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

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AWT TV Episode 34: January 16, 2018

Welcome to AWT TV, a weekly show featuring Steve Sande, Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards of Apple World Today. Each week we'll discuss what's happened in the world of Apple, talk about new apps and accessories, maybe even have a demonstration or two of the latest software.  

Starting with the last show (Episode 33), we're now going to a twice-monthly schedule. You can enjoy AWT TV on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM PT / 9:30 PM ET.

Tonight's episode is all about hints and tips, both for iOS and macOS. In this episode, you'll see how to:

• Find all of your Mac passwords on your iPhone
• Find how long each app has been active on your iOS device while it's operating on battery power
• Learn how to take screenshots easily with one finger and a single tap
• Take that one step further and restart your iOS device with a single tap...

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'Top 100 Global Technology Leaders' list...

Apple has been included in Thomson Reuters' list of the 'Top 100 Global Tech Leaders,' with the iPhone producer put into sixth place in the rankings of firms identified as 'the industry's most operationally sound and financially successful operations.'

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PSA: chaiOS Web Link Crashes Messages on iPhone,...

There’s a URL circulating that can crash Messages on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and it can even cause the iOS springboard to unexpectedly crash and relaunch.

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Should Apple be made responsible for making iPhones...

A thoughtful new piece by Farhad Manjoo in The New York Times today takes a look how Apple could improve our relationship with our iPhones. While it’s not the iPhone maker’s fault we’re so addicted to our devices, Manjoo thinks there’s an opportunity for Apple to encourage more intentional use, which would mean less use. Could there be a way to do this that’s both beneficial for users and Apple?


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News: Report: Apple in bidding war with HBO for new...

Apple is currently in a bidding war with HBO for a new sci-fi drama from J.J. Abrams, Variety reports. The series is rumored to revolve around a world’s efforts to repel a “monstrous, oppressive force” and marks Abrams’ first return to writing for TV since “Fringe” in 2008. Apple seems to be very interested in the sci-fi genre to begin its original video content venture, opting to revive Steven Spielberg’s…

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SpiderOak ONE 2TB Cloud Storage 1-Year Subscription...

We have a deal on a one-year subscription for 1TB of cloud storage from SpiderOak ONE. Your traffic to and from the company’s servers are encrypted end-to-end. It’s $39.99 through us.

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Apple Trying to Score J.J. Abrams Sci-Fi Series for...

Apple is pushing to land a deal with J.J. Abrams for a new sci-fi drama series for Apple Music.

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News: BMW to charge $80 annual fee for CarPlay in...

While most automakers either offer CarPlay as a standard feature or charge a flat fee to include it, BMW is making a curious move to charge an $80-a-year subscription fee for the Apple feature, The Verge reports. Last year BMW added CarPlay as an option for a $300 one-time fee, but Don Smith, technology product manager for BMW North America, said the company will now offer the service free for the first year and then charge $80 each year after that…

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iPhone slowdown class action lawyers make '...

Lawyers working on one of a number of class-action lawsuit proposals over the iPhone battery slowdown issue want Apple to retain the old batteries it swaps out in its battery replacement program, along with a request to hand over any diagnostic data Apple produces relating to the batteries.

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A new glitch: a text message can crash your iOS,...

Abraham Masri has shared a link on Twitter that can freeze a recipient’s iOS or macOS device, and possibly restart it, when sent in a text message.

The so-called “chaiOS bug” links to a page of code on GitHub. If you click on the link, Apple’s iOS Messages app crashes. You’ll have to delete the conversation in which you received the link and start over. 

As for Safari and Chrome on the Mac, they’ll display the “spinning beach ball.” As best I can tell, you’ll have to force quit the browsers, then re-open them.

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News: Apple opens Siri’s ‘Give me the news’ feature...

Even though the HomePod has been delayed, Apple is rolling out Siri’s new “Give me the news” feature to iOS users in the US, UK and Australia, 9to5Mac reports. The update plays a daily news podcast when users ask Siri, “Give me the news,” with the default content coming from NPR in the US, the BBC in the UK and ABC in Australia. Users can switch the podcast by asking Siri to switch to CNN, Fox News or The Washington Post…

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Meltdown & Spectre discoveries credited to 22-...

The identification of the "Meltdown" and "Spectre" vulnerabilities in Intel- and ARM-based processors -- including chips used in Apple's Macs, iPhones, and iPads -- can be credited almost entirely to a Google security researcher in his early 20s, Jann Horn.

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New Yorker Pokes Fun at Donald Trump with Google...

The New Yorker underscores how popular the museum art face comparison feature is in the Google Arts & Culture app with a clever political cartoon.

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VoIP-Pal calls Apple’s sanctions bid ‘absurd’ Inc., which earlier beat back Apple’s challenges to two patents for Voice over Internet Protocol technology, on Friday characterized as "absurd" the company's bid for sanctions after it alleged VoIP-Pal tainted Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings with a series of behind-the-scenes communications, reports Law360.

Apple wants to reverse a Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruling upholding the validity of certain patents owned by VoIP-Pal. The tech giant claims that its opponent contacted senior administration officials and the judges presiding over the case, swaying the outcome of an inter partes review proceeding, according to The Recorder


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New York Times: It’s time for Apple to build a less...

Farhad Manjoo, New York Times:

Tech “addiction” is a topic of rising national concern. I put the A-word in quotes because the precise pull that our phones exert over us isn’t the same as that of drugs or alcohol. The issue isn’t really new, either; researchers who study how we use digital technology have for years been warning of its potential negative effects on our cognition, psyche and well-being.

What is new is who has joined the ranks of the worried. Recently, a parade of tech luminaries, including several former Facebook employees, have argued that we’re no match for the sophisticated machinery of engagement and persuasion being built into smartphone apps. Their fears are manifold: They’re worried about distraction, productivity, how social networks alter our emotional lives and relationships, and what they’re doing to children.


I got to thinking about Apple’s responsibility last week when two large investors wrote an open letter asking the...

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Apple named in Thomson Reuters top 10 global tech...

Thomson Reuters has listed Apple in its top 10 global tech leaders list, behind Microsoft, Intel and Cisco. Other top ten companies are Alphabet, IBM, Texas Instruments, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, SAP and Accenture.

The full list of 100 companies includes Adobe, Acer, Amazon, ASUS, eBay, Facebook, HP, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Qualcomm and Samsung …


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TWiT is suing Twitter, alleging breach of contract...

Megan Rose Dickey, TechCrunch:

TWiT, officially known as This Week in Tech, is suing Twitter. The audio and video media platform alleges breach of written contract, breach of oral agreement, intentional interference with prospective economic advantage and trademark infringement.

As the story goes, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams had previously told Leo Laporte Twitter was simply a text-based microblogging service, the lawsuit states.


As the lawsuit alleges, what happened on Twitter — short, 140-character bursts of text — was very different from the audio and video TWiT produced on its platform. In 2009, however, Laporte felt concerned that Twitter was going to move in on TWiT’s audio and video, the lawsuit states. That’s when Laporte allegedly reached out to Williams, who told Laporte “we’re not expanding to audio or video under the Twitter brand,” the lawsuit states.

This Week in Tech started as a roundtable discussion at MacWorld Expo,...

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News: Report: Manufacturing partner starts shipping...

Manufacturing partner Inventec has begun shipping completed HomePod units to Apple, The Taipei Times reports. Sources said Inventec has sent 1 million of the devices to Apple, although one said, “revenue contribution from the product to Inventec is expected to be limited this quarter, as the initial shipment is not large.” The first million units is only a fraction of the 10–12 million expected to be built this year, with Inventec and…

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Hands-on: Nomad Wireless Hub with integrated 4-port...

Nomad, known for its popular line of leather smartphone cases, has just launched a new charging hub to accommodate all of your power-hungry devices. The Nomad Wireless Hub is capable of charging up to five devices at once, thanks to four USB charging ports, and a 7.5W wireless charging top surface. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…

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Some pain points in the iOS 11 Music app

Yesterday, we posted an article titled, Apple Music and the loss of the album.

As a result of that discussion, I became aware of this post from a few month’s ago, a piece by Dave B on pain points in the iOS 11 Music app.

Dave does a nice job digging through Apple’s music experience, and I hope that folks on the Apple Music team take a few minutes to read through this post, if they haven’t already. Some terrific food for thought.

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Secdo announces security support for macOS

Secdo, which specializes in automated endpoint security and incident response technology, has announced support for macOS. The company says its approach “brings a number of long-awaited firsts among endpoint detection and response providers who lack feature parity for organizations faced with growing numbers of Mac users.”

Combining thread-level visibility with a behavior based assisted learning engine, Secdo is a solution that automatically detects new threats and investigate every security alert from any source. It creates a “force multiplier” for security teams while dramatically improving the operational backlog for discovery and recovery of internal and external threats. With the addition of the Mac agent, Gil Barak, chief technical officer and co-founder of Secdo, says the company brings the following innovations to the endpoint detection and response market, including:

  • The first platform with...
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First Million HomePods Roll Off Inventec Assembly...

Apple’s HomePod still isn’t on store shelves, but it looks to be getting a little closer now that Inventec has completed a production order for 1 million units.

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Supply chain in uncharted territory with three...

Component producers in Apple's supply chain for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X are expecting orders for the parts to reduce in the first quarter of 2018, but it appears that they are using previous sales metrics based on two flagship model phones, rather than three for the predictions.

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High School Senior Rebecca Kahn emails Tim Cook for...

Rebecca Kahn:

The process began when my computer class teacher at Porter-Gaud challenged us to interview a person of interest in technology and present what we learned.


It was my senior year, and I wanted to interview not just a real leader in technology, but one whose philosophy and ideas about life were motivating as well. As soon as the assignment was announced, one name immediately came to mind: Apple CEO Tim Cook. He is not just in charge of the world’s largest tech company, but he personally advocates and stands up for things he believes are right. He travels the world and meets with political and innovative leaders. What was the likelihood of him even responding to me?

I love this story.


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Law firm claims iPhone recycled batteries are...

The number of class action lawsuits against Apple over “Batterygate” has reached 45, but the law firm of DiCello Levitt & Casey wants to go rather further than demanding compensation. As noted by 9to5Mac, it wants to force the tech giant to suspend the battery recycling program, keeping all the old batteries swapped so far.

The law firm told 9to5Mac that Apple was discarding batteries removed through the program, and it wanted to see these retained as evidence. DiCello Levitt & Casey also accuses the Cupertino, California-based company of deceptive practices. 

Apple has published an apology letter to customers in regards to slowing down older phones to compensate for erratic battery performance. The tech giant is offering $29 replacement batteries for those with an...

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∞ Apple and the The Office: Office actors surface in...

[VIDEO] One of the rumors linked to Apple’s burgeoning video efforts was a possible reboot of The Office.

Not clear if this is the extent of Apple’s plans for The Office, but check out this FileMaker ad (embedded in the main Loop post). I’ll leave it to you to judge the ad’s charms.

I was surprised to see an ad for FileMaker after all these years. I’d love to know the backstory here. Was this done solely by FileMaker staff? Or was this the brainchild of Apple marketing, either as an experiment, or as an attempt to bump FileMaker visibility/sales?

Seems expensive for an experiment, or a FileMaker coffers funded ad campaign. And the ad specifically brands FileMaker as “An Apple Subsidiary”.

Perhaps this is serving more as a trailer for Apple’s future video efforts.

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Apple places sixth on ‘Top 100 Global Technology...

Thomson Reuters, a mass media and information firm, has published its first "Top 100 Global Technology Leaders" list, which celebrates "the industry's most operationally sound and financially successful organizations.” Apple places sixth on the list.

Ahead of the tech giant are Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, IBM, and Alphabet. Thomson Reuters says it assessed each company using a 28-data-point algorithm to "objectively identify organizations with the fortitude for the future in today's complex business environment."

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First shipment of HomePods reportedly on the way

We may be able to get our hands on an Apple HomePod soon. According to the Taipei Times, Inventec Corp., one of the two assemblers for the smart speaker, has released an initial shipment of about one million.

HomePod shipments this year are expected to reach between 10 million and 12 million units, with Inventec and Hon Hai each fulfilling half of the orders, the article adds. Apple unveiled its first voice-controlled smart speaker during the June 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference.

The HomePod was originally slated to arrive before the end of the year. However, in November, Apple issued a statement saying that it needed more time before the product is ready for customers.

The $349 smart speaker is just under seven inches tall and looks like a piece of furniture. It will be available in both space gray and white, and also acts as a hub for HomeKit devices...

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Apple's first million HomePods now shipping...

Having missed an original December launch date, the HomePod is finally rolling off the production lines of one of two assembly partners, Inventec, a report said this week.

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News: Daily Deal: SpiderOak ONE 2TB Cloud Storage, 1...

Today in iLounge Deals, you can get a one-year subscription to SpiderOak ONE for only $39.99 — that’s 84% off the regular price. Widely considered by experts like Edward Snowden to be one of the most secure cloud storage solutions on the planet, SpiderOak One ensures all of your data is protected before it even leaves your computer — every file is encrypted while in transit as well as in storage on SpiderOak’s servers with user-specific…

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Deal: One Year Subscription to Private Internet...

During the past year, we've had a lot of deals on virtual private networks (VPNs) in the Apple World Today Deals Shop. Today we're pleased to offer our readers a deal on Private Internet Access VPN (PIA), one of the top VPNs globally. 

If you don't want your activities on the web logged, PIA VPN is the service to use. PIA doesn't just say they'll protect your anonymity -- they do it! According to Torrent Freak, "While many VPN providers say they do not log their users' activities in order to protect anonymity, it's not often their claims get tested in the wild. However, a criminal complaint filed by the FBI... notes that a subpoena sent to...

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Matt Birchler lays out a beautifully designed wish...

Matt Birchler:

It strikes me this year that we’re hitting the 5th major version of watchOS. This is not a brand new platform anymore, even though the Apple Watch feels relatively new in the grand scheme of things. Add to that the fact that Apple’s direct competitor here, Android Wear, has all but exited the market as Wear 2.0 barely got released and basically no one is making Wear watches anymore, and you get the feeling that watchOS updates don’t need to be that substantial anymore.


watchOS is far from perfect and there are tons of things that could be done to make it not only a better experience for those who already own one, but to draw in more people to the platform. The Apple Watch is one of the largest reasons I’m loyal to iOS for my smartphone, and since Apple is pretty darn invested in people buying more iPhones, they probably want to get people to love their Apple Watches even more so these customers never change sides.

Without further ado...

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Will Apple, Google & others get so large the...

A piece in the WSJ poses an interesting question: as Apple, Google and other tech giants become ever more powerful, will the government ever step in to break them up or regulate them … ?


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Startup offers pay-per-day automatic travel...

Unless you travel frequently enough to justify an annual policy, arranging travel insurance is just one more thing to think about when planning a trip. Financial startup Revolut now offers a solution to that: pay-per-day travel insurance that kicks in automatically, based on your phone’s GPS location …


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Apple patent involves flexible connectors for...

There’s talk that Apple is working on a “foldable” (or at least bendable) iPhone for the future. A newly granted Apple patent (number 9,869,807) for “electronic devices with soft input-output components” may add credence to the rumor as it involves flexible connectors.

Apple says it can be challenging to incorporate input-output devices into an electronic device. Form factor considerations, reliability considerations, and various other factors may make it difficult or impossible for conventional input-output components to be used in certain devices. As an example, if an electronic device has bendable portions, traditional displays and touch sensors mounted in the device may be subject to stress-induced failures. Apple thinks “stretchable” connectors are part of the solution.

Here’s Apple’s summary of the invention: “A flexible input-output device may be formed from an elastomeric substrate layer. The substrate layer may have signal paths to which components are...

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Latest iPhone battery lawsuit calls for recycling...

The number of class action lawsuits against Apple for deliberately slowing older iPhones has now reached 45, but one law firm wants to go rather further than demanding compensation.

DiCello Levitt & Casey wants to force Apple to suspend the battery recycling program, keeping all the old batteries swapped to date …


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ParcSlope is a great hybrid stand for Mac laptops,...

By Aaron Lee

Twelve South's ParcSlope is an $49.99 hybrid stand that works great with a Mac laptop and iPad Pro.MacBook Pro. The sleek metal wedge elevates your device’s screen while tilting your keyboard at desk level for comfortable typing. And it makes a fine drawing easel for the tablet.

Crafted from a seamless sheet of steel, the ParcSlope lifts your Mac or iPad Pro screen to a neck-friendly viewing height, while tilting your keyboard to a comfortable 18-degree typing angle. Built-in cable management keeps your cables and connections from dropping to the floor when you unplug a connected MacBook or iPad to go.

The ParcSlope can be used on virtually any desk at home or work. This stand also comes in handy on a kitchen counter, stand-up workstation or workbench where it elevates a Mac laptop enough to reduce neck strain. 

For those who prefer a dual-screen...

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Report: First 1 million HomePods begin shipping from...

After facing a delay late last year, a new report claims that the first orders of Apple’s HomePod smart speaker have begun shipping from supply chain partners … more…

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How to go directly to a specific folder in macOS...

You can jump directly to a specific folder in macOS High Sierra if you wish. In the Finder, click the Go menu in the menu bar, then choose one of the following:

  • Enclosing Folder: Choose this option to open the parent folder for the current window. For example, if you’re in your Downloads folder, this option opens your All My Files, Documents, or other listed folders: Choose a folder from the list.
  • Library: Press and hold the Option key, then choose Library.
  • Recent Folders: Choose a folder from the submenu. (The submenu shows up to 10 recently opened folders.)
  • Go to Folder: Type the folder’s pathname (for example, /Library/Fonts/ or ~/Pictures/), then click Go.


A slash at the beginning of a pathname indicates that the starting point is the top level of your computer’s folder structure. A...

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Google Arts & Culture tops iOS free app charts...

If you were to guess which app would top the charts of free iOS apps, you’d probably guess Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, a game or something to do with emoji. But no, right now it’s an app no-one would ever have predicted: Google Arts & Culture.

Google Arts & Culture has collaborated with over 1,200 international museums, galleries and institutions from 70 countries to make their exhibits available for everyone online.

Sadly, this unexpected popularity doesn’t reflect a sudden popular interest in either cultural artifacts or art …


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Notable apps and app updates for Jan. 17, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

Reinvented Software has updated Keep It — their notebook, scrapbook and organizer for macOS — to version 1.2. 

The upgrade adds icon view, improved Files app support, custom styles for notes, and improvements to search, tag filtering, imports, and more. Keep It is the successor to Together.

Keep It for Mac 1.2 requires macOS 10.12 or later. A 15-day demo is available for download. Registration costs $49.99, and includes all Keep It version 1.x updates. Together 3 users can purchase a $24.99 upgrade, or get a free copy if Together 3 was purchased during its final 6six months on sale.


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Rumor: Apple to combine Face ID components, create...

A new rumor has hinted towards next-gen iPhone featuring a smaller camera notch in 2019 or beyond.

South Korea’s ETNews, citing industry sources, has stated that Apple is “looking into” combining the front-facing camera and Face ID on next year’s iPhones, a move that could certainly reduce the size of the TrueDepth sensor housing.

The sources have indicated that Apple is looking to strengthen its face sensing function beginning with the 2019 iPhones. In essence, the company is planning to increase the number of parts that will be used for iPhones and is looking into combination of a face recognition module with a camera module.

The rumors have also hinted as to a singular face recognition module, while the current Face ID system is powered by an infrared camera, dot projector, and flood illuminator. It’s unknown as to how Apple has managed to combine these components.

Back in November, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Face ID will be featured...

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Apple Pay gains additional support among banks,...

Apple has expended its lineup of banks and credit unions that support Apple Pay in the United States, Canada, and China.

Canadians can now add cards from Servus Credit Union. In China, the expansion includes Visa and Mastercard for China Construction Bank, and PrimeCredit Limited Visa in Hong Kong.

The complete list of new U.S. issuers is as follows:

Audubon State Bank

Bank of Lafayette

CedarStone Bank

Chemung Canal Trust Company

Citizens Bank [MN]

Citizens State Bank

Consumer Credit Union

Copiah Bank

Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union

Fairfield Federal

Farmers State Bank & Trust Co.

First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union

First Independent Bank

First National Bank [TX]

First National Bank South

First State Bank [TX & IL]

First State Bank of Bloomington

First State Bank of Odem

Fisher National Bank

Freedom Northwest Credit...

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Amazon's Fire TV boss: We're beating Roku...

Amazon says it's winning the streaming device wars and plotting a return to smart TVs.

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Report: Apple suppliers easing off iPhone production...

Apple suppliers will be lowering component manufacturing for iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in the first quarter of this year following the peak holiday season. Via Digitimes, lower orders are mostly from seasonality trends but some sources noted that iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 sales have not been as strong as expected and are ‘dragging down’ iPhone X momentum in terms of overall iPhone production.

iPhone 8 component orders apparently began falling off during the final months of 2017 which is unusual for flagship iPhone sales. However, even Apple admitted on its last earnings call that it doesn’t really know how customers would react to a three flagship iPhone product mix, so comparisons to expectations may not be significant.


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Teach valuable STEM skills with electronic...

*Hitches up onion belt* Now back in my day, our papercraft activity books just folded up into something pretty. And we liked it that way. But you kids, with your Nintendoodads and Snapcharts, well that just isn't good enough, is it? No, your paper-ba...

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