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Wednesday May 24

New iPhone 8 renders show rear Touch ID and color...

Two new sets of images claiming to show the upcoming design of the so-called iPhone 8 due out later this year have shown up in Chinese social media today. Both show the edge-to-edge display and vertical dual camera design as seen in previous schematics and dummy units, and the latest images show how the iPhone 8 could look in various colors…


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Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad Pro gets $124 discount, priced from $475

Amazon 1-Day Logitech Sale...

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Deals: Where to find the lowest prices on Apple...

This Memorial Day weekend, save up to $225 on popular 13" and 15" MacBook Pros when you pair instant discounts with exclusive coupons. Or snap up a 9.7" iPad Pro with LTE capability for $599 ($130 off). Apple's high-end 12" MacBook is also $250 off with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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United MileagePlus rewards program now has its own...

Say what you want about United Airlines, which has become the whipping boy of the airline industry since a recent incident where a passenger was injured while being forcibly removed from an overbooked flight. The airline's MileagePlus rewards program has been popular for quite some time, and a lot of frequent business fliers have a lot of miles built up that they can exchange for flights, upgrades and merchandise. That program now includes an "Apple Store" where those miles can be redeemed for Apple gear.

It's not just Apple Watches, iPhones and iPads -- the entire Mac lineup, AirPods, and a lot of Apple accessories are on that site as well (no third party products, including Beats headphones). A fully-loaded Mac Pro takes 533,200 miles to "purchase", so if someone could lend me about 500,000 miles...

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DJI debuts $499 Spark handheld drone with hand-...

At a live event in New York City's Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday, drone manufacturer DJI has released a new, small form-factor drone, called the DJI Spark -- and AppleInsider is at the event.

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Elgato’s expansive Thunderbolt 3 Dock for new...

Elgato first unveiled its new Thunderbolt 3 Dock for the latest MacBook Pros back in January as part of CES 2017, and today the company has officially announced a ship date. Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Dock will ship in just under two weeks on June 6 in the United States, across Europe, and Australia. Here’s a recap of how Thunderbolt 3 Dock expands MacBook Pro I/O:


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Elgato's Thunderbolt 3 Dock arrives on June 6

Elgato has announced that its Thunderbolt 3 Dock will be available in the U.S., Europe and Australia on June 6. It’s designed for laptop users who need a multi-monitor workstation with high-speed expansion options and secure networking.

The Thunderbolt 3 Dock connects and charges your MacBook Pro using one cable. It provides two Thunderbolt 3 ports: one to connect and charge your computer, and one to extend the versatility of Thunderbolt further.

Featuring a DisplayPort, the dock will drive up to two additional displays without compromising their 4k resolution at 60Hz frame rates, according to the folks at OWC. The Thunderbolt 3 Dock is equipped with three USB 3.0 ports to ensure that multiple devices can be operated at full speed. 

A 15-inch MacBook Pro is charged at 85W, USB-C accessories receive up to 15W of power, while the built-in USB 3.0 ports provide boosted charging for your iPad...

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QuarkXPress 2017 expands layout tech, brings non-...

Quark on Wednesday launched QuarkXPress 2017, the latest edition of its design and publishing suite for the Mac, with a heavy focus on publishing for multiple platforms including iOS.

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EE commences sales of new 32GB iPhone 6 model in...

The re-released iPhone 6 with 32 gigabytes of storage has surfaced again in a new country, with the smartphone going on sale in the United Kingdom for the first time with its unusual capacity through carrier EE, suggesting the device's relatively unannounced sales are not being confined to just emerging markets.

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Pick 12 great Mac apps/utilities from selection of...

From 9to5Toys:

Bundlehunt is offering up a selection of 60 solid apps, utilities and learning resources where you can select any 12 of them for just $19.99 ($1.66/app!) . That total is often a lower price than the retail price of one of the apps and the biggest selection of popular Mac apps we’ve seen for anywhere near $20.


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This iPhone app can identify Pantone colors from the...

I don’t know that I have a use for this app but it’s a very clever implementation.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Apple Launches New Swift Curriculum on iBooks Store...

Apple wants everyone to know how to code for the Mac, iPhone and iPad, so new training resources are rolling out today.

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Apple rumored to have ordered small batch of Micro...

A supply chain report suggests that Apple is already looking beyond OLED for future products, with the company said to be taking steps for trial production of Micro LED screens in the second half of 2017.

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News: IKEA bringing HomeKit support to its smart...

IKEA has announced plans to add support for HomeKit to its complete range of TRÅDFRI smart lighting products. According to the company’s press release, updates are expected to arrive “during the summer and early autumn” that will not only provide HomeKit integration but also add support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Released last month, IKEA’s TRÅDFRI smart lighting provides a plug-and-play solution that allows users…

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Honda’s 2018 Odyssey Minivan goes on sale as latest...

Honda announced today that its new 2018 Odyssey Minivan will go on sale tomorrow in the US, making it the latest vehicle to arrive with Apple’s in-dash CarPlay system.


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Garmin steps up against GoPro with new iPhone-...

Garmin on Wednesday announced the VIRB 360, an upcoming action camera capable of shooting 360-degree video at 4K resolution and 30 frames per second.

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PSA: Many major media players vulnerable to attack...

Security researchers have discovered a surprising new way for attackers to gain control of a machine: malicious subtitles. The vulnerability is device-independent, meaning it could be used to gain control of anything from an iPhone to a Mac.


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Intel making Thunderbolt 3 royalty-free for...

Thunderbolt has never seen a great deal of market penetration, but that may be about to change with Intel natively integrating Thunderbolt 3 into future CPU models and making the protocol royalty-free to chipmakers by the end of 2017.

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Northern Ireland study finds multiple benefits to...

Technology can be beneficial to younger students learning core skills, a two-year research project has found, with elementary schools in Northern Ireland found to have improved the numeracy, literacy, and communication skills of their pupils after incorporating iPads into their lessons.

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The Week in iOS Accessories and Cases: Casio unveils...

Watch out!

Image by Rob Schultz/Macworld

This week's roundup includes a new Bluetooth-enabled watch from Casio, plus cool new earbuds that can translate 40 languages, as well some snazzy new cases for your iPhone and iPad.


Image by Casio

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Belkin launches the Pocket Power, a portable power...

Belkin has released the Pocket Power, a compact, portable power bank that comes in 5,000 and 10,000 mAh sizes and in black, rose gold and silver flavors. A 15,000 mAh model will be available in black only. 

Featuring fast-charging capability and polymer battery cell technology, the new battery packs are lighter, thinner and equipped to charge multiple devices at an affordable price point, according to Marco Peters, vice president of product management. It has built-in safety features, a micro-USB port for charging battery pack, a six-inch micro-USB cable, four LED indicators that display the remaining power level, and a plastic casing.

The Pocket Power 5,000 mAh is available for a manufacturer’s retail price of $29.99 online and at Target in the U.S. and Walmart in Canada. The Pocket Power 10,000 mAh and 15,000 mAh will be available this summer.

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Apple announces ‘App Development with Swift’

Apple has served up App Development with Swift, a free course available as an iBooks course at the iBookStore. It's a year-long program geared towards helping people "design fully functional apps, gaining critical job skills in software development and information technology," according to Apple.

Touted as safe, fast, and expressive, Swift appeals to developers who are aiming to build on Apple’s multiple platforms, such as iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. About three years ago Apple announced that it would replace its "ancient" native mobile app development language Objective-C by its newborn language called Swift. 

According to AppleInsider, in the fall, six colleges will begin teaching the iBooks material: the Alabama Community College System, Columbus State Community College, Harrisburg Area Community College, Houston...

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News: Apple to begin testing ‘5G’ wireless technology

Apple has filed an application with the FCC to begin testing “5G” wireless technology, Business Insider reports. The application for an experimental license for the new technology was filed by Apple and made public by the FCC earlier this week, and states in part that, “Apple Inc. seeks to assess cellular link performance in direct path and multipath environments between base station transmitters and receivers using this spectrum,”…

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Oh Samsung

Chaos Computer Club blog:

Biometric authentication systems – again – don’t deliver on their security promise: The iris recognition system of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 was successfully defeated by hackers of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC). A video demonstrates how the simple technique works.

The video is embedded in the main Loop post. This seems incredibly easy to replicate. Did Samsung even try to break their own iris recognition system? Sigh. Oh, Samsung.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Report: Apple set for trial production run of...

While everyone is awaiting the iPhone 8 and its OLED screen, Apple is already looking at the next generation of display technology: microLED.

A new report claims that Apple will be making small volumes of microLED devices this year …


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QuarkXPress 2017 ships with non-destructive image...

Quark Software has released QuarkXPress 2017, the newest version of the company’s graphic design and desktop publishing software for professional print and digital production.

QuarkXPress 2017 introduces new graphics and image editing capabilities, such as non-destructive image editing, and extends text and typography features, such as text stroking and shading. The new version includes a range of the top user-requested features and continues to be sold as a perpetual license.

With QuarkXPress 2017, you can edit images by adjusting levels and...

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∞ The new Microsoft Surface Pro: What that $799...

Microsoft just rolled out the latest and greatest version of its Surface tablet/laptop hybrid, branded as the Surface Pro. Here’s a link to the official Surface Pro product page.

Much has been made about the Surface Pro’s price of $799. But what do you get for your money?

The $799 Surface Pro ships with:

  • Intel® Core™ m3 processor
  • 128GB SSD
  • 4GB RAM
  • Intel® HD Graphics 615

That’s a pretty bare-bones machine. Apple’s cheapest machine (the $999 MacBook Air) comes with 8GB of RAM. I can’t imagine using a modern version of Windows or macOS with less than 8GB. Let’s tweak that so we can compare apples with Apples.

Bumping the Surface Pro to a minimally livable (in my opinion) 8GB brings the price to $1299. There’s just no cheaper way to get to...

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'iPhone 8' production problems force late...

If the so-called "iPhone 8" does not ship by the end of the third quarter, pent-up demand will only increase the subsequent holiday quarter's sales, rather than hurting Apple, one analyst believes.

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Media Cutter 1.0 is a new video splitting tool for...

Joyoshare Software has debuted Media Cutter 1.0, a video splitting tool for Mac and Windows systems. It allows you to cut, edit and convert videos as well as audio in seconds with lossless quality. 

Media Cutter was specifically developed for cutting and trimming large videos and audio from any popular format to smaller footage without quality loss. It also allows you convert video footage to any other format, such as M4V, MP4, AVI, MPG, MPEG, MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, etc., as well as transfer split videos and audio to multiple ready-presets of devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Samsung Galaxy S and other Android devices and game consoles.

Media Cutter 1.0 costs $29.95 and requires macOS 10.12 or higher. A free demo is available that provides five opportunities for any user to cut and convert videos and audios for free. On the Mac platform, it’s compatible with macOS 10.8 and higher.

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Apple puts free Swift curriculum on iBooks, plans...

Apple on Wednesday released "App Development with Swift," a free course available through the iBooks Store, which will also be coming to a handful of U.S. schools at the beginning of the fall semester.

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Live Home 3D Pro for Mac: $24.99

Live Home 3D Pro for Mac allows you to design residential buildings from the ground up. Sheds, living rooms, homes, or even a skyscraper, according to the company that makes it. We have a deal on it for $24.99. Check the listing for all the features.

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News: Daily Deal: Live Home 3D Pro for Mac

Today in iLounge Deals, you can get Live Home 3D Pro for Mac for only $24.99 — that’s 64% off the regular price. This award-winning software helps you make any home design project a breeze, whether you’re simply remodelling your kitchen or building your dream home. Intuitive point and click drafting tools let you design advanced 2D floor plans, and then access an elevation view to see a 2D side view where you can visualize wall, door,…

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Learn 8 Programming Languages with The Complete...

Developers know that a sure path to success is to know a lot of languages -- programming languages, that is. The Complete Programming Language Bootcamp ($44) covers a number of languages, teaching by example in over 96 hours of interactive training. What's in it?

  • Learn by Example: Scala - Master This Highly Scalable General-Purpose Language with 65 Examples
  • From 0 to 1: Learn Java Programming - 17 Hours to Get Familiar with the World's Leading Programming Language
  • From 0 to 1: Learn Python Programming - Make Quick Work of This Popular, Powerful Programming Language in 10.5 Hours
  • Learn By Example: C++ Programming...
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An iPhone and Mac could be all you need to renew...

Mail-order eyeglasses company Warby Parker has created an iPhone app that can replace a visit to the optometrist for some customers.

Has your eyeglasses prescription expired? Want to take a vision test at home? Well, welcome! Introducing Warby Parker Prescription Check. This is our brand-spanking-new mobile refraction service that, if you are eligible, allows an eye doctor to assess your vision and provide an updated eyeglasses prescription. (Is there anything your phone can’t do?!)

You’d of course expect there to be some small-print when you’re dealing with something as important as your eye-sight, and there is …


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Apple asks court to deny Samsung’s petition...

Apple has defended a Federal Circuit’s decision to uphold a $120 million award against Samsung, saying the decision doesn't stir up any issues on obviousness, infringement, etc., and asking the court to deny Samsung’s petition, reports the Law360 website.

Last November, the Federal Circuit issued a “quick shutdown” Monday of Samsung’s bid for a rehearing of the full court’s October decision reinstating a jury’s $120 million patent infringement verdict in favor of Apple, shrugging off Samsung’s contention the ruling had been “extraordinary.”

A California jury found in 2014 that Samsung's smartphones infringed three Apple patents on the slide-to-unlock function, autocorrect features and "quick links" technology. The...

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macOS: Setting Your Default Printer

macOS always looks for the last printer you used, but it’s easy to change that to a specific printer.

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Apple launches app development curriculum for high...

Apple press release:

Apple today launched a new app development curriculum designed for students who want to pursue careers in the fast-growing app economy. The curriculum is available as a free download today from Apple’s iBooks Store.

App Development with Swift is a full-year course designed by Apple engineers and educators to teach students elements of app design using Swift, one of the world’s most popular programming languages. Students will learn to code and design fully functional apps, gaining critical job skills in software development and information technology.

Here’s a link to Apple’s Everyone Can Code page.

And here’s a link to the ECC curriculum in iTunes.


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Apple’s HR head Denise Young Smith moving to newly...

Jordan Kahn, 9to5Mac:

Apple’s head of Worldwide Human Resources Denise Young Smith will now run diversity programs for the company under a newly created VP position, according to sources familiar with the move. The executive shuffle will see the creation of a new VP role for Apple’s Inclusion and Diversity team with Smith reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook. Sources say Smith has long had a passion for diversity initiatives at the company and the newly created position reflects an increased focus on the company’s efforts.


Smith has been at Apple for over 20 years and was first promoted to VP of worldwide HR back in 2014 from her previous role as head of HR for just Apple’s retail stores, a role that Steve Jobs handpicked her for during the early days of Apple’s retail efforts.


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XwaveSoft debuts SurfPro VPN 1.0 for macOS

XwaveSoft has introduced SurfPro VPN 1.0, a secure VPN client/service for macOS. It allows Mac users to keep their personal data, identity, location, and other confidential information cloaked from hackers via the app's anonymity tools. 

SurfPro also allows you access websites and Internet services that are normally blocked in your country. The software routes its protected Internet traffic via any one of over 300 proxy servers, stationed in over 50 locations around the globe.

A demo is available for download. If you decide to continue with the SurfPro VPN service, there’s a choice of subscription plans. Options range from $3.99 per month, up to $49.99 for a three-year subscription. All SurfPro VPN subscriptions allow users to access the service on up to five Macs or iOS devices.

You can download SurfPro VPN at the Mac App Store. It requires macOS 10.10 or higher.

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Analysts say Apple’s reality distortion field...

Oppenheimer has written an investment note about Apple’s falling sales in China, entitled Fading ‘Reality Distortion Field.’ It coincides with a Bernstein estimate that iPhone sales in Apple’s second-largest market have dropped by a massive 20% …


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1Password receives update, now offers “Travel Mode”...

This could come in handy.

Following an update pushed out last week, 1Password now includes a new feature that lets users selectively erase local data for maximum protection while traveling.

The new “Travel Mode” feature erases all vaults/user profiles with the exception of those marked “safe for travel” from devices connected to a 1Password account. Users can later restore their full list of vaults with another click once they arrive.

In previous versions, users worried about unwarranted searches or device theft would have to sign out of their 1Password account on each device in order to erase locally stored data. On top of this, they would have to create a dedicated travel account, sign back in, then sign out and sign back into their accounts upon reaching their destination.

With Travel Mode, users can mark vaults as “safe for travel” from the web interface. When the feature is activated from the web, all vaults save for those marked...

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Apple experimenting with 5G Millimeter Wave...

Apple looks to be edging closer to 5G.

Per Business Insider, the company is testing next-gen 5G data speeds via a wireless technology called “millimeter wave” which could ultimately improve cellular performance for iPhones and other connected devices.

Apple has apparently been granted an application by the FCC for an experimental license to test the new 5G wireless technology.

The application allows Apple to test the new technology from two locations in California including one near its current 1 Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino and the other in nearby Milpitas, CA.

It’s also been noted that the application states that it believes that testing will take no longer than one year. As such, this indicates that Apple has no plans to ship a 5G feature in any products shipping in 2017.

Separately, cellular network providers would need to support 5G network speeds. T-Mobile has laid out its roadmap for supporting 5G in the future while AT&T...

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Getting Serious About Teen Smartphone Addiction

Parents don't need a poll to tell them their teenagers are addicted to smartphones. After all, smartphones are a permanent fixture rather than accessories for kids of all ages these days. Even so, polls move these everyday observances from anecdotal to official problem when the numbers tilt in that direction -- and a Common Sense Media poll hit full tilt. The fact that 59 percent of parents said their teens were addicted to mobile devices was not surprising. However, the fact that 50 percent of teens admitted they were addicted was shocking.

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Future Mac laptops could have more flexible displays

Future iPhones may not be the only Apple device with more flexible displays. Apple has been granted a patent (number 9660,004) for “flexible displays with a strengthened pad area” that may apply to Mac laptops.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that it can be challenging to form displays for electronic devices. Displays have active areas formed from arrays of display pixels. Inactive border regions surround the active regions. The inactive border region in a display contains support circuitry such as signal lines and thin-film transistor circuitry but does not contain active pixels for producing images for a user. 

Apple says that, in order to reduce the apparent size of the inactive border region, it may be desirable to use a flexible substrate in forming the display. This allows portions of the inactive border region to be bent out of sight, reducing the size of the visible inactive display border and enhancing the appearance of the display. 

However, making...

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IFTTT "Maker" tier opens the IoT platform...

IFTTT Adds Maker Tier

IFTTT has been a wonderful way for those tinkering with the "Internet of Things" (IoT) to create their own automations by linking together services and devices to form "applets." Those services are developed by developers for the many IFTTT partners, and effective today IFTTT will be expanding the availability of its development tools to a new class of developers -- Makers.

Up to this point, anyone could build IFTTT applets that worked with two IFTTT services that a user was connected to -- for example, IF Apple's share price goes over $175 per share, THEN send a text message. Makers will have expanded capabilities:

  • Publish their Applets for other users to turn on. Makers will have a public profile page where they can showcase their creations.

  • Build Applets that work with any service on IFTTT. For example, a Maker would not have to have a connected BMW in order to...

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IFTTT launches Maker tier with support for multiple...

Officially unveiling today, IFTTT hopes to draw more developers to its connected services platform with its new Maker tier. The new tier would allow developers to more finely tune their Applets with multiple services, and even add in more triggered actions. Today’s announcement is a follow up on IFTTT’s partnership program from last year where they began working directly with companies like BMW and Spotify.


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The Marc Newson Hourglass for Hodinkee

You start off thinking, “Well, this is stupid. It’s just an hourglass.” You read more and think, “Kinda cool design though.” Then you get to the price and think, “There are 100 people out there with more money than sense….”

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Garmin launches a seriously-specced 360-degree...

Garmin has announced the Virb 360, a high-spec 360-degree action cam shooting at an impressive 5.7K at 30fps. The unusual resolution is designed to create enough spare pixels to automatically apply spherical stabilization to output smooth 4K video in the company’s own Virb Edit software.

As with earlier Virb action cams, there’s built-in GPS to allow you to overlay data like speed, altitude and location – as well as data sent via Bluetooth from any device with an ANT+ sensor. But the features don’t end there …


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Seal, a free FCP X template, makes it easy to create...

By Aaron Lee

Conner Productions's Seal is a professional template to make introductory seal titles for Apple's Final Cut Pro X (FCP X). It works well — and it's free.

It’s customizable and allows you to create introduction seals for your videos featuring a spinning seal that comes into focus. You can easily customize text color, background color, and other elements to craft the template to fit within your video. Conner Production's installer makes installing Seal easy; using the template in videos is a matter of dragging it into the timeline. 

No matter how long the text is or how much the title is tweaked, it will still have a refined, exceptional feel. Seal was designed in Apple's, and features organic gaussian blurs, noise, and stylistic effects.

Conner Productions offers Seal as a free download; it's compatible with Final Cut Pro X and Motion (version 5 and higher). There's no...

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How to help ease eye fatigue from the online life

I suffer from dry eyes. Working on my Mac for long periods of time only exacerbates the situation. Many of us spend an enormous amount of time on our digital devices. In fact, The Vision Council reports that nine out of 10 adults spend more than two hours a day using a digital device and that one in 10 people spends a whopping three-fourths of their waking hours doing so. 

All that screen time can cause digital eye strain, which in turn, can lead to a host of other symptoms. Most people think of eye strain as simply discomfort that happens when looking at things up close such as reading books or using the computer. However, Dora Sztipanovits Mathe, assistant professor in Clinical Ophthalmology and Visual Science with the Vanderbilt Eye Institute in Nashville, TN, says that “Less obviously, but not less commonly, you can have symptoms...

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Apple launches new Swift app development curriculum...

Apple has today announced that is launching a new app development curriculum designed to teach students how to start using Swift to create fully functional iPhone apps. The course will be available for free on iBooks (not yet visible in the iBooks Store) for anyone to download and builds on the Everyone Can Code series Apple already publishes.

This fall, Apple says six American community colleges will teach the curriculum as well as ‘select high schools’. Apple wants to help more people learn to code and enter the app economy.


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Notable apps and app updates for May 24, 2017

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

Biko, a mobile application offering incentives for cycling, has launched in five major west coast cites – Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Already in Canada, Mexico, and Colombia, it encourages users to ride instead of drive, thereby reducing pollution and congestion while improving health and mobility. Biko features include mapping routes, measuring average speed, calculating carbon emissions saved, and recommending safe bike paths and local bike shops. 

ProSec has introduced PAPERplus, an app designed to bridge the gap between print and online....

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Apple’s re-launched 32 GB iPhone 6 now on sale in...

Over the last few months, Apple has quietly relaunched the iPhone 6 in a ‘new’ 32 GB configuration around the world. The company has opted not to sell the product directly, instead distributing the device via carrier partners.

The 32 GB iPhone 6 originally debuted in emerging markets, presumably as a lower cost option, but has more recently appeared in the US — and now it has hit the UK too …


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Tuesday May 23

Facebook's latest journalism fix connects users...

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg and company announced the Facebook Journalism Project -- an initiative to repair the social network's reputation with journalists and help fight the spread of fake news. The project already introduced curated news d...

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Winner of the Apple AirPods giveaway announced [Dave...

AppleInsider would like to congratulate the winner of our latest giveaway, Dave S., who will receive a pair of brand-new Apple AirPods sealed in box.

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Apple Elevates Inclusion and Diversity to Ranks of...

And the company has a corporate heavy weight for the job in the form of its own Denise Young Smith, formerly Vice President of Worldwide Human Resources.

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1Password introduces Travel Mode to protect data...

As part of an update pushed out on last week, popular password management app 1Password introduced a new feature that lets users selectively erase local data for maximum protection while traveling.

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Daimler bets big on luxury EVs with new battery plant

Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler is incredibly bullish about electric vehicles. So much so that it's recently broken ground on another battery plant in Germany, a stone's throw from its existing facility. It'll begin operating around June next year and so...

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First video of 'iPhone 8' mockup hits the...

Building on photos of an "iPhone 8" mockup published last week, a video posted to Twitter on Tuesday appears to show an identical dummy unit in the hands of a user, offering a taste of what the next-generation handset might look like when it is released this fall.

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Google's $5,000 4K digital whiteboard goes on...

It only took half a year, but Google's first take on a digital whiteboard is finally available. Google has started selling the Jamboard in the US for $4,999 plus $600 per year for management and support ($300 if you buy one by the end of September)....

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How to Use Instagram Archive to Hide Old Photos

Instagram rolled out a new archival feature to hide any photo you no longer want on your profile—without deleting it.

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Warby Parker has an app that checks your eyes at home

Usually, completing a vision test for new glasses requires a trip to the optometrist and the glasses store. Newly announced technology could change that, however. Warby Parker, which started out as a try-before-you-buy mail-order eyeglasses company,...

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iPhone 8 dummy unit shown off in hands-on video

Last month we saw what may be the closest thing so far to the iPhone 8 design expected to be introduced later this year, and today what appears to be the same dummy unit has surfaced again in a hands-on video. The dummy unit shows off the edge-to-edge 5.8-inch display and taller body rumored for the iPhone 8, although this particular unit appears to have a little heft to it too.


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Apple and Nokia bury the hatchet

Enlarge / A Nokia store in Helsinki, Finland, in 2013. (credit: Tomi Setala/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

A litigation brawl between Nokia and Apple over intellectual property has ended just five months after it started.

The companies said today they have settled all outstanding litigation and agreed to a patent license. While exact financial terms are confidential, Apple will be making an up-front cash payment to Nokia, followed by additional payments over the course of the agreement.

"This is a meaningful agreement between Nokia and Apple," Maria Varsellona, Chief Legal Officer at Nokia, said in a...

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US sues Fiat Chrysler over diesel emissions cheating

Volkswagen definitely won't be the only major automaker hauled into court for cheating on diesel emissions tests in recent years. In the wake of EPA accusations from January, the US Department of Justice has sued Fiat Chrysler for allegedly using a c...

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Apple releases second iTunes 12.6.1 update with new...

Apple has released an updated version of iTunes through the Mac App Store, although the version number and release notes appear the same.


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How to remove a Windows Boot Camp installation from...

In a previous tutorial we showed you how to create a macOS Boot Camp partition for installing Windows 10 on a MacBook Pro. The process, while not difficult, can be slightly time consuming, especially if you have a slow Internet connection for downloading Windows 10.

Outside of the time it takes, another downside associated with creating a Boot Camp partition is that it can take up a significant amount of space on your primary drive. Since some Macs are fairly limited when it comes to internal storage space, having a large Boot Camp partition can make it tricky to manage storage space in macOS.

In this follow-up tutorial, we show you how to remove the Boot Camp partition from your Mac, which allows your primary macOS partition to reclaim its space. Unlike the Boot Camp creation + Windows 10 installation process, removing a Boot Camp partition couldn’t be...

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Google will track your shopping trips to prove its...

First, Google followed you to the store using location data, much like Foursquare. Then its launched its Express shopping service. Now, it will track billions of credit and debit card transactions in an even bigger effort to prove its online ads push...

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IKEA's affordable smart lights will dim with...

Last month, IKEA launched its own line of low-cost smart lighting, called TRÅDFRI, and up until now, users have had to rely on a remote control or a proprietary app to use the product. But no longer.

Today, the Swedish retailer announced that...

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AWT News Update: May 23, 2017

A quiet news day in the world of Apple, but some interesting stories nonetheless:

  • AgileBits announces a "travel mode" for its flagship 1Password app that keeps snooping customs and border protection officers from seeing your passwords
  • Apple has applied for a permit to test 5G cellular radio systems for use in future iPhones

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How to Use New 1Password Travel Mode to Protect Your...

It’s an easy method to prevent certain passwords from getting intercepted if your iPhone or Mac is held by border agents.

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CBS greenlights another James Corden show... on...

James Corden's viral-friendly Carpool Karaoke videos have given The Late Late Show exposure well beyond it's timeslot. Now CBS wants to squeeze out a little more of Corden's magic by giving the singing Brit his own (fictional) competitive reality sho...

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There’s a $399 3D Printer on Kickstarter

3D printing is poised to be affordable by a lot more people, and there’s a project on Kickstarter speaking to this trend. It’s called Neva, and it’s a $399 3D printer from established 3D printer manufacturer Dagoma. Actually, there are $299 Early Bird pledge level available as of this writing that will net you a Neva, but the retail price for the device is set at $399. In addition to being inexpensive, it’s designed to be operated with just one button. They’re also made in California, and the bases themselves are 3D printed. The video below is a tad weird in that the narrator tells you lots of things and then says, “but we won’t” tell you that thing. It’s interesting anyway. The project blew past its funding goal of $50,000 in a few hours (earning more than $10,000 in pledges while I wrote this Cool Stuff Found). That speaks to the desire that many people have to be able to 3D print on their own desk.


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US senator wants to make sure the FTC takes smart...

It's not just parents that are worrying about the security of connected toys. Senator Mark Warner has sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission grilling it about efforts to protect kids' privacy when they use smart toys like the CloudPets you se...

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Weakening US Dollar poised to boost Apple's...

It no longer appears likely that Apple's overseas earnings can be repatriated back to the United States at more favorable tax rates this year, as plans for tax reform--including deep cuts to health care spending aimed at enabling a huge tax cut--have been delayed. On the other hand, unsettling political news is also having an adverse affect on the US dollar, creating an unanticipated side effect: a more favorable currency exchange environment for Apple's foreign earnings.

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Which iPhone upgrade program is the best?

While Apple has a relatively small number of iPhone variants to choose from compared to many smartphone manufacturers, the amount of ways to buy an iPhone can be overwhelming. With most carriers in the U.S. moving away from two-year contracts and subsidized devices, full-price or installment plans are the primary ways to purchase an iPhone.

Since all installment plans or iPhone upgrade programs from the major U.S. carriers and Apple offer 0% interest, these options can be a good fit for a lot of consumers. While many of these plans are relatively similar, they all have their differences. Follow along for a detailed breakdown to find out which iPhone upgrade program is best for you.


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Apple prepares to test 5G cellular for future...

Apple has filed an application with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to start testing 5G connectivity, laying the groundwork for its first capable hardware.

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Wikimedia is clear to sue the NSA

A federal appeals court has ruled the Wikimedia Foundation does have grounds to sue the National Security Agency over its use of warrantless surveillance tools. A district judge shot down Wikimedia's case in 2015, saying the group hadn't proved the N...

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1Password adding new Travel Mode security feature...

1Password is launching a new feature for members called Travel Mode that makes it easier to remove sensitive information from the app. The idea behind Travel Mode is to give users the ability to flip a switch and instantly delete information from 1Password on your iPhone to prevent sharing sensitive information in the event of a mandatory search.


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Anker's faster-charging 10,000mAh power bank is...

With spring’s rain (and snow...) finally clearing up, we can once again start spending time outdoors. There’s no reason to let your tiny cellphone battery hold you back from enjoying the sunshine, either—not when Amazon is offering Anker’s PowerCore Speed 10000 power bank for $27. That’s just two dollars more than its lowest price ever on the site, and overall a good deal for a 10,000mAh portable charger.

The PowerCore Speed 10000 is very similar to its plain PowerCore 10000 counterpart, but as its name implies, it supports faster charging. The Speed 10000 has a maximum output of 3 amps (versus the standard PowerCore 10000’s 2.4A), and it also supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0. However, the battery pack’s maximum input is capped at 2A, which means that you’ll have to wait awhile for it to fully recharge. (Total time varies between 5.5 and 6 hours.) You also get only one port for...

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No PC Maker Can ‘Go After’ Apple MacBooks with Good...

Bryan Chaffin calls balderdash on the idea that me-too design is a serious threat to Apple’s laptop business.

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SoftRAID 5.6 with Easy Setup released for macOS

OWC Holdings, a division of OWC, has launched SoftRAID 5.6, an upgrade of the RAID software featuring SoftRAID Easy Setup­. The feature is designed to make it easy to create a RAID system (redundant array of independent disks) from scratch to keep your files protected against disk failure and achieve faster data access. 

SoftRAID’s Easy Setup guides less technical users through the process of creating SoftRAID volumes, automating the process of configuring disks and making recommendations to help users setup their SoftRAID system. All users have to do is decide what the RAID volume will be used for and how much space to use (with hints from the application) -- SoftRAID Easy Setup does the rest.

Additional new features in SoftRAID include the ability to monitor USB and FireWire disks for failure and impending failure and translation to Simplified Chinese (for both the application and documentation), in addition to the 5 other languages SoftRAID already supports:...

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China's LeEco lays US ambitions to rest with...

Several days ago, the CEO of Chinese corporation LeEco, Jia Yueting, resigned. While he remains chairman of the company, the move followed worrying announcements over the past six months: Growing so quickly it was running out of cash, selling the sit...

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Apple is testing next-generation wireless...

Apple is testing a next-generation wireless technology dubbed “millimeter wave” that could potentially radically increase the speed and bandwidth of a cellular connection, according to Business Insider.

Millimeter wave, which is also known as extremely high frequency (EHF)  or very high frequency (VHF) by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), can be used for high-speed wireless broadband communications. Millimeter wave is an undeveloped band of spectrum that can be used in a broad range of products and services like high speed, point-to-point wireless local area networks (WLANs) and broadband access. In telecommunications, millimeter wave is used for a variety of services on mobile and wireless networks, as it allows for higher data rates up to 10 Gbps.

Millimeter wave is being considered by standards organization, the Federal...

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1Password introduces “Travel Mode” to protect your...

I think we’ll see more companies implement these kinds of security features in their apps.

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Google simplifies sharing notes, calendars and...

Google knows that a large part of its customer base probably have families. That's why it introduced a family plan option to Google Music a couple of years ago, as well as Family Library sharing for the Play Store last year. When YouTube TV launched...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Scanner Already Hacked

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 smartphone iris recognition biometric security feature is surprisingly easy to hack.

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Apple testing ‘millimeter wave’ 5G wireless...

Apple appears to be testing next-generation 5G data speeds, Business Insider reports. The specific wireless technology is called millimeter wave which could ultimately improve cellular performance for iPhones and other connected devices.


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iOS 10: Disabling Slack Indexing Might Improve...

Not everyone is experiencing this issue, but some have found that disabling Slack indexing makes Spotlight responsive again.

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External Link: Unrelated Supreme Court Decision...

Since the 1990s, the Eastern District of Texas has been the preferred hunting ground for patent trolls. Judges in that district have been friendly to those who hold patents they never intend to use outside of litigation, so nearly 45 percent of patent infringement suits were filed there in 2015. But thanks to a unanimous Supreme Court ruling, the Eastern District of Texas’s time in the patent litigation limelight may be coming to an end. In TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands, the Supreme Court ruled that defendants should face patent litigation in the state in which they’re incorporated. For instance, if you wanted to sue Apple or many other tech companies for patent infringement, you’d have to do so in California. Courts in other states won’t be as friendly to patent trolls, so this seemingly unrelated Supreme Court decision may have the side effect of reducing frivolous patent lawsuits.


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Feature Request: iPad Workouts Dashboard for Apple...

I sometimes use my iPad at the gym to watch videos or read iBooks to pass time while exercising with the elliptical or treadmill. The tablet form factor is sleek and doesn’t draw attention to itself, and the iPad usually lays over whatever screen the gym equipment offers.

This works well because I usually ignore the heart rate trackers and progress indicators on exercise equipment and just rely on my Apple Watch for workout data. I glance at my wrist to check my progress and view metrics while using the iPad for entertainment.

Over the weekend I used a hotel gym that offered exercise machines with large screens and an easy-to-use interface, however, that made me think of how the iPad could be used for more…


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Review: Mytek Brooklyn Digital-to-Analog Converter

Some years ago, the electronics market could be cleanly divided into "professional" and "consumer" gear. Consumer devices were cheaper and prettier, but their pro counterparts did more and were more reliable. Consumers then started to develop a taste for pro-level gadgets, regardless of whether they "needed" the extra power. Manufacturers responded by creating a new class of device — the "prosumer" model — which has grown in popularity to the point that nobody really questions whether high school kids "need" Macbook Pros. The Brooklyn DAC from MyTek is a little like the Macbook Pro in that it is well-designed, feature-packed, beautiful, and expensive. We think it's awesome.

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How Anker is beating Apple and Samsung at their own...

I have a couple of Anker cables and battery packs. I think they are very good quality and certainly cheaper than the ones I’ve bought from Apple.

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‘The Spy Who Loved Me’

Chris Murphy, writing for CNN back in 2013 on the “greatest James Bond scene of all time”:

Despite this wealth of choice, a series of Bond experts, and one
of the film’s legendary producers, are in no doubt as to which
scene should be anointed the best ever.

And given the recurring role that skiing has played throughout the
life of Bond, it should comes as no surprise our panel’s chosen
encounter occurs on the slopes. “I would argue the most iconic
sequence is in ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’, when Bond shot straight off
the edge of a cliff at Baffin Island in Canada,” Ajay Chowdhury,
editor of the James Bond International Fan Club, told CNN.

“We saw him fall and fall, and when the Union Jack parachute
opened up and the theme tune kicked in, the world cheered.

“That was Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee Year in 1977 and I
think to...

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Soverin Secure Email 1-Year Subscription: $10

Our friends at Stack Commerce have put together a deal on a 1 year subscription to Soverin, the email service dedicated to protecting your data and privacy. There’s a lot to sat about Soverin, but the bottom line is that it’s an email service you pay for with money, rather than with your privacy. They make four commitments to their customers: no tracking, no advertising, no lock in, and privacy first. Plus, it’s encrypted. A 1 year subscription through us is $10. There are longer terms available, too. Click through to learn more.

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Apple HR head Denise Young Smith takes up new role...

Apple's human resources leader -- Denise Young Smith -- has taken up a new role within the company as its VP for Inclusion and Diversity, according to her LinkedIn profile.

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IKEA Says Hello to HomeKit, Apple’s Diversity Boss,...

HomeKit compatible products are about to become easier to find and more affordable thanks to IKEA. Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about IKEA’s place in the smart home market, plus they noteDenise Young Smith’s new position at Apple, and Huawei’s new laptop that targets the MacBook.

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News: Apple and Nokia settle patent dispute

Apple and Nokia have announced a resolution to the patent dispute that began late last year. In addition to settling all litigation related to the intellectual property dispute, the two companies have also agreed to a multi-year patent license, which will see Nokia providing certain network infrastructure products and services to Apple, and Apple returning Nokia’s digital health products (formerly Withings) to its store shelves. The two companies…

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News: Cases and renderings show possible new 10.5”...

A new series of case images tweeted by prolific leaker Benjamin Geskin (via MacRumors) show the possible physical design of the upcoming 10.5” iPad Pro. The cases include the expected cutouts for the Lightning connector, speakers, and microphone, as well as a cutout for a 3.5mm headphone jack; however the camera cutout suggests a camera with a vertically aligned flash. Cases for an upcoming 12.9” iPad Pro were also shown, and Geskin adds…

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Denise Young Smith named Apple's VP of...

Denise Young Smith, Apple’s head of Worldwide Human Resources, will now run diversity programs for the company as vice president for Inclusion and Diversity, according to her LinkedIn page. She reports to CEO Tim Cook.

Since joining Apple in 1997, Smith has served in several key human resources (HR) roles. Most recently she was vice president of Worldwide Human Resources and Talent. For over 10 years, she sat on the leadership team that built Apple’s retail organization. Before retail, Smith ran HR for Apple’s Worldwide Operations and Corporate Employee Relations teams.

Before working at Apple, she offered talent, HR and management consulting expertise to early-stage businesses including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers portfolio companies.

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