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Tuesday September 12

06:44
Apple patents easy way to get a lost iPhone back to...

Find My iPhone is a great feature to have if you’ve ever realised you’ve misplaced your iPhone. You can not only track the device, but also post a message on the Lock screen asking a finder to contact you …

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06:33
News: Report: Apple won’t launch wireless charging...

While Apple is expected to debut wireless charging technology compatible with Qi chargers in at least some of its new iPhones, well-connected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims the company won’t be offering its own wireless charger when the devices launch today, 9to5Mac reports. Kuo said the company’s strict requirements for the charger’s RF specifications led to a delay in mass production, and it’s unclear how long it will be…

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06:30
Honda’s Urban EV Concept is a throwback to the old...

Some cars are timeless. The first generation Honda CVCC is one of those vehicles. With it's tiny frame it bucked against the large American cars of the 1970s and become an instant classic. So it's no surprise that the automaker looked back at its her...

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06:18
Join AppleInsider live at the Steve Jobs Theater for...




Today at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m., Eastern, Apple will kick off a presentation finally taking the wraps off of its premium iPhone X with edge-to-edge OLED display, as well as new iPhone 8 models. AppleInsider is there live with full, exclusive coverage and analysis.

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06:15
Samsung wants to launch a foldable Galaxy Note in...

Samsung's much-rumored foldable smartphone has been in the pipeline since the company first debuted its flexible display prototype, Youm, in 2013. Now the Korean tech giant says the almost-mythical device could launch next year under its Galaxy Note...

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06:14
WaterField debuts the iPhone Camera Bag

In celebration of the iPhone’s 10-year anniversary, WaterField has introduced a custom iPhone Camera Bag in elegant leather or black ballistic nylon designed to hold detachable lenses, mini tripod, and other photo accessories for the new iPhones expected to debut today. 

The iPhone Camera Bag allows mobile photographers to stow their iPhone photography gear within easy reach, ready to snap photos on a moment’s notice, says WaterField owner Gary Waterfield. Available in full-grain premium leather or classic black ballistic nylon, the WaterField iPhone Camera Bag attaches to a belt or slings crossbody, keeping the iPhone quickly accessible at the hip.

Inside, the bag includes a dedicated, easy-access pocket for the smartphone and battery pack and adjustable padded dividers for up to four smartphone camera lenses. An additional zippered mesh pocket stow cords and lens attachments. Two stretchy straps hold a...

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: The Complete iOS 11 Developer...

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering The Complete iOS 11 Developer Course + iOS Mastery Bundle for only $29 — that’s 97% off the full price. Plus, for a limited time, iLounge readers can get an additional 11% off using the coupon code iOS11.  Chock full of useful material, the newest course available on iOS 11 includes over 230 hours of Apple Development instruction, covering topics ranging from Swift 4.0 and Xcode and SpriteKit…

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06:00
YouTube meets cable on Comcast's X1 boxes

Last year Comcast plugged Netflix streaming into the X1 setup and starting today it's rolling out YouTube access nationwide. Just as the company announced earlier this year, the service's videos will be available via the YouTube app, or in Comcast's...

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05:57
Apple patent filing is for an iPhone ‘battery case...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 9,761,927) for a “battery case with supplemental antenna features” for the iPhone. It involves a removable case for use with the smartphone.

In the patent filing, Apple says that some smartphone cases contain supplemental batteries. The company says it can be challenging to ensure that an electronic device antenna operates properly in the presence of an external case, as the materials of the case may affect antenna operation. 

For example, metal structures associated with a battery of other components may interfere with the normal operation of an electronic device antenna and dielectric materials may load an antenna. If care isn’t taken, wireless performance for an electronic device may be degraded in the presence of a removable case or undesired amounts of radiated spurious emissions may arise. Apple says what’s need is an improved removable case for electronic devices.

Here’s Apple’s summary of the patent: “A male...

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05:49
WhatsApp testing ability to recall messages, even...

If you’ve ever sent a WhatsApp reply to the wrong thread, sharing your pet-name for your partner with a business colleague, or you’ve engaged in a spot of drunk-messaging, it looks like you’ll soon have the opportunity to recall the message either before or after it is read …

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05:48
An iPhone upgrade ‘supercycle’ seems to be coming

A survey of three dozen Asian companies that supply Apple shows shipments are already way up. "Initial launch volumes are up 10-15% year over year," Longbow Research says in a note to clients.

In other words, Apple's orders to its suppliers exceed the demand for iPhone 6s and iPhone 7. Google search trends also indicate an iPhone "supercycle" may be on its way, notes Business Insider. The supercycle theory suggests many iPhone users have phones that are more than two years old, and will upgrade en masse for the new phone in a “huge wave, akin to the experience with iPhone 6,” the article says.

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05:42
Analyst: Apple won’t release its own wireless...

In a note to clients — as noted by MacRumors — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple won’t introduce its own wireless charging accessory for the new iPhones that will almost certainly debut today. 

The new smartphones are all expected to support inductive wireless charging. Until Apple releases its own wireless charger — and Kuo thinks it will — users will have to purchase third-party accessories. The analyst says Apple’s own solution isn’t yet ready because "higher requirements for wireless charger RF specifications.” He offers no forecast on when such a device might be released.

Inductive charging (also known as "wireless charging") — which Apple uses with the Apple Watch — uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects. This is usually done with a charging station. Energy is sent through an inductive coupling to an electrical device, which can then use that energy to...

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05:33
Apple working to determine if the Apple Watch can...

Apple is apparently testing whether the Apple Watch can detect cardiac abnormalities. The company is working on the tests with partners including Stanford and telemedicine company American Well, reports Reuters, according to two unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

If successful, the move could turn the watch into a must have device for millions of patients. Arrhythmias, or abnormal heart rhythms, aren't always problematic. But in some people, a condition known as atrial fibrillation can show no external symptoms while carrying a risk of blood clots, strokes and other complications.

For that reason, an Apple Watch could be a useful screening tool for high-risk patients -- if its heart rate monitor proves to be sufficiently sensitive and accurate,  notes Reuters. The smartwatch has already been used in studies to screen...

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05:28
Audi's Aicon concept car is all about...

At the Frankfurt auto show, Audi unveiled its fully autonomous Aicon concept car. The "design study" showcases the automaker's vision of a world without steering wheels, pedals or the stress of driving.

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05:25
TrendForce: global iPhone production volume for 2017...

In anticipation of Apple unveiling its 10th anniversary iPhone models later today, TrendForce predicts that the global smartphone production volume for 2017 will reach around 1.4 billion units, representing an annual increase of 4.8%. The market intelligence firm forecasts that global production volume of iPhone devices (including all previous models) for 2017 will total around 227.5 million units, representing an annual increase of 5.6%.

TrendForce says that, among the three 10th anniversary iPhone models that will be released, the premium 5.8-inch model will come with an AMOLED display. The introduction of an AMOLED iPhone will help expedite the AMOLED adoption in the smartphone market. TrendForce forecasts that around 43% of smartphones shipped worldwide in 2020 will...

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05:12
Twitter users (needlessly) worry that the iPhone X...

Twitter users are worrying that the face-recognition system in the new iPhone X won’t recognize them without make-up, if they change their hairstyle or have just had a few drinks …

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05:00
Rumor: Next-gen Apple TV could feature A10X Fusion...

It looks like there’s a good chance the next-gen Apple TV will also use an A10X Fusion processor.

Developer Steven Troughton-Smith has been analyzing the firmware files and has discovered signs that the new unit, set to be unveiled officially by Apple tomorrow, will use the A10X along with 3GB of RAM. This represents a big increase in power and may signal a larger direction beyond 4K movies and TV shows.

The upgrade could significantly increase computing power as well as graphics performance.

The inclusion of such a powerful chip could also indicate a renewed attempt to make the Apple TV a better games console with the ability to render graphically rich 3D games to better compete with consoles like the Nintendo Switch.

The RAM upgrade from 2GB of RAM to 3GB of RAM was also expected given the technical and bandwidth requirements of streaming 4K video.

Apple is expected to announce its next-gen iPhone and a third-gen Apple Watch alongside a 4K-...

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05:00
Anki makes its robot way more needy

Anki's Cozmo robot already seems like it jumped right out of a Pixar movie. Its latest update, however, will make it feel even more like you're taking care of an adorable robotic pet. The newest version of Cozmo's app gives your cute companion three...

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05:00
'Metroid: Samus Returns' is harder than...

The last few years have been good to Nintendo fans. There have been plenty of games starring the company's italian mascot, new adventures in the land of hyrule as well as re-releases of some of the most popular Legend of Zelda games in the last twent...

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05:00
TP-Link's Kasa Cam is the company's first...

The 1080p home security camera joins TP-Link's Kasa Wi-Fi smart plugs, smart bulbs, and in-wall switches.

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04:54
Analysts predicting 227.5M iPhone sales this year en...

Market intelligence company TrendForce is predicting that Apple will sell around 227.5M iPhones this year, which would be 5.6% up on last year. This would represent growth above the overall smartphone market, which it expects to increase its sales by 4.8%.

The company expects sales of the OLED model to be significant not just for Apple but for the smartphone sector as a whole …

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04:30
Script Debugger loves AppleScript (but does Apple?)

By Aaron Lee

Late Night Software recently revved Script Debugger, its AppleScript authoring environment for the Mac, to version 6.0.5. It’s a maintenance release that addresses a series of issues that came to light following the release of Script Debugger 6.0. The tweaks make a good app even better. And Late Night Software seems to love AppleScript more than Apple does.

Script Debugger is a Mac source code editor and debugging environment for the AppleScript programming language, as well as other languages based on Apple’s Open Scripting Architecture. It utilizes the concept of script templates to create new script documents and more.

Script Debugger is a complete replacement for Apple's Script Editor. It offers no limit on script size as well as powerful editing, debugging and dictionary tools. If you want be successful with...

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04:13
WSJ: Discovery, AMC and Viacom try a sports-free...

The already crowded field of "skinny bundles" will soon feature another service vying for your attention (and wallet). As The Wall Street Journal reports, a host of broadcast networks are reportedly soft launching a new streaming platform stocked wit...

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04:11
Analysis of iPhone supply-chain suggests Apple...

An analysis of sales and shipments by a total of 35 iPhone component suppliers suggests that Apple is gearing up for sales levels above that of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 – but below that of the iPhone 6.

Longbow Research says that this analysis shows a good historical correlation with subsequent iPhone sales, but there are at least two reasons for caution …

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04:07
Apple Store goes down ahead of iPhone 8/iPhone X,...

Apple keynote day is officially here. As is tradition, the company has taken its online store offline and is now displaying the message “We’ll be back.” The store won’t come back online until after its keynote is wrapped later this afternoon…

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03:37
Apple not expected to debut wireless chargers...




Though Apple is widely expected to introduce three new iPhone models with wireless charging capabilities at a special event on Tuesday, one industry insider believes the company will not debut its own charging accessory, leaving buyers to fend for themselves for the foreseeable future.

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03:31
The Morning After: Tuesday, September 12th 2017

Hey, good morning!

It's finally here. Today the rumors come to an end (temporarily) as we find out more about what Apple is going to deliver. Check in with our liveblog at 1 PM ET for all of the details as they're revealed, and of course we'll have...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 12, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

Plum Amazing Software has updatediWatermark Pro for Mac to version 2.0. It’s awatermarking app for professional photographers for business and personal use. 

iWatermark Pro support batch or sequential processing, including relative and absolute scaling. Watermark types include Text, Graphic, Vector, Lines, Border, Text On Arc, Text Banner, QR Code, Signature, Metadata and Steganographic.

Version 2.0 provides updated tags in the iWatermark Text editor for GPS (Alt. Speet and Lat.) and Current (date, time, year, total) and File Attributes. It enables rotation and scaling gestures in Text, Graphic and Vector watermarks, Smart Zoom for turning scaling on/off, a Quick Look at preview click smart Zoom...

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03:26
Of course EE's hyping wireless chargers on new...

EE all but confirming new iPhone features before Apple's had a chance to announce them is turning into a bit of a yearly tradition. This morning, the carrier announced it's now selling Belkin's Qi Wireless Charging Pad for £30 (this is the stan...

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03:15
KGI: Apple wireless charging accessory not ready for...

Apple is apparently not ready to launch its own wireless charging accessory, according to a morning report by KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo. The new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will support wireless inductive charging standards, however, which means customers will be able to buy third party Qi chargers (like these) to take advantage of the hardware feature.

It isn’t clear how far off Apple’s own first-party wireless charging accessory is …

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02:51
Nintendo's NES Classic Edition is coming back...

Despite announcing it was game over for the NES Classic Edition earlier this year, Nintendo now says that due to demand, it plans to ship the product into 2018. Shipment timings are yet to be announced, but this is big news for fans who thought they...

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02:06
Volkswagen's electric Crozz SUV gets closer to...

Volkswagen continues to push its electric roadmap. At the Frankfurt auto show, it dropped a newer version of the pure electric ID Crozz Crossover. Initially unveiled in Shanghai, the crossover is the third vehicle with the ID brand along with the mic...

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01:00
Sky Mobile throws in more data for the same monthly...

Sky Mobile's plans are relatively easy to understand. You can either pay £10 per month for unlimited calls and texts (free for Sky TV customers), or 10 pence per minute or message on a pay-as-you-use basis. Rollover data and other perks are ava...

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00:16
BMW unveils the zippy i Vision Dynamics electric...

At the Frankfurt auto show, BMW showed off the latest addition to its iSeries vehicles: The two-door i Vision Dynamics coupe concept car. With a top speed of 200 kilometers per-hour and a zero to 100 kilometers (64 miles per-hour) launch of four seco...

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Monday September 11

23:22
Netflix and John Legend are making a music...

For all the ground Netflix has covered with its original shows, there's one area it has yet to touch: the talent show. If you ask Variety, however, that's about to change. It understands that Netflix is partnering with John Legend's production comp...

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23:00
AnyTrans update lets Android users easily switch to...

Just in time for the public release of iOS 11 and the launch of the new iPhone 8, the latest update of AnyTrans for Mac (and Windows) is adding the ability for Android users to easily switch to the new phones and OS. And it’s completely FREE to use.

The new iOS Mover feature allows AnyTrans users to transfer more data than Apple’s own Move to iOS app in an easier and more flexible way…

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22:09
Samsung's Gear watches will help with senior...

Samsung is taking on the world of work via three new integrations with its Gear smartwatches. SoloProtect uses the Samsung Gear S3 to keep tabs on people who work alone, like real estate agents and home healthcare workers, while Reemo integrates with...

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21:36
Apple Park's new $108M visitor center spares no...




Tomorrow, Apple will be introducing a series of new products at its brand new Steve Jobs Theater, in the first occasion for outsiders to visit its Apple Park campus. In parallel, it appears ready to show off its $80 million visitor center, which was first detailed in the summer of 2015, nearly four years after the "Campus 2" was first announced.

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20:42
Facebook is testing pre-loaded 'Instant Videos...

Facebook has apparently begun testing a feature that would make it easier to watch videos on the go. According to TechCrunch the social network has given a small number of Android users access to an experimental feature called "Instant Videos." It wo...

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20:30
Toshiba to sell chip unit to Western Digital for $18...




A new report claims Toshiba will sell its memory chip business to a consortium led by technology partner Western Digital, potentially ending a contentious months-long search for a buyer that included candidates Apple and its manufacturing partner Foxconn.

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19:37
China might shut down the country's bitcoin...

China has never been a fan of digital currencies like bitcoin, and now the country appears bent on a major crackdown. In the wake of China's recent ban on initial coin offerings (where you raise funds for a new cryptocurrency), Wall Street Journal s...

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19:35
Discover prematurely updates its website w/...

Discover this evening briefly updated its “Deals” website to reflect the release of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X Edition, Apple Watch Series 3, iPod Touch (7th Generation), and Apple TV (2017). While it’s completely possible that Discover doesn’t have any inside information here, this move is the latest in a long list of corroboration about what Apple has in store for tomorrow…

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19:03
Report: Apple working w/ Stanford to test using...

Just earlier today, Tim Cook talked up Apple’s health products, saying the company focuses on a lot more than just profit. Now, CNBC reports Apple is working with Stanford and American Well to test using Apple Watch to detect heart problems…

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18:52
Apple researching whether Apple Watch can detect...




Apple is working with Stanford clinicians and telemedicine vendor American Well to determine whether Apple Watch can be used to detect abnormal heart rhythms, a feature that would make the wearable desirable to doctors and high-risk patients, a report said Monday.

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18:44
What's on TV: 'E.T.,' Emmys, '...

As we transition from fall to summer TV, Preacher wraps up its season tonight and The Strain calls it a wrap for the series on Sunday. That's the same night as the prime time Emmy awards, and when we'll get the season premiere of HBO's Vice Principal...

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17:58
Thermo-sensitive sweaters change color in the cold

Stone Island likes to bring technology to its fashion lines, like the strangely compelling AirPod pockets sown into its Fall/Winter collection we saw last month. Now the fashion concern has a new sweater that changes color depending on the temperatur...

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16:27
Watch: Everything revealed in last week's iOS...




The golden master version of Apple's iOS 11 leaked out of Cupertino this weekend, revealing a number of new hardware and software features expected for unveiling at a special media event on Tuesday. AppleInsider runs you through it all, in just under 5 minutes.

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16:12
Apple adds mail-in option for iPhone Upgrade Program...




Ahead of the expected launch of Apple's hotly anticipated iPhone X, the company recently updated its iPhone Upgrade Program to include a new trade-in feature that allows customers to mail their old handset instead of visiting an Apple store.

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16:07
Hullo: Stop Flipping, Folding and Fluffing That...

Thanks to Hullo for sponsoring the Loop this week. Your pitiful old squishy pillow needs constant readjustment. It’s invariably too thick, too thin, sometimes just too warm. Flipping, folding and fluffing are getting in the way of your rest. You spend around one-third of your life on that pillow of yours. Try something different: a Hullo buckwheat pillow will conform perfectly to the shape of your body and provide comfortable cool support all night long without fuss. Hullo’s features include:

  • Quality construction & organic materials.
  • Breathable fill that prevents uncomfortable heat build-up.
  • American-made craftsmanship.
  • Free shipping.

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16:01
Qualcomm touts ‘Android firsts’ as it hilariously...

While much of the tech world is focused on tomorrow’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X announcement, Qualcomm is seemingly trying to steal a bit of Apple’s thunder. The chipmaker today shared a blog post highlighting the “Android firsts brought to you by Qualcomm,” which is basically its way of pointing out features that Android had before iPhone.

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15:35
AWT News Update: September 11, 2017

First person in an iPhone line in Sydney, Australia. Photo by Luke Hopewell

It's the day before a BIG Apple event, so today's podcast is a bit shorter than usual:

  • There's already at least one person in line for the new iPhone, although it won't ship for at least two weeks...
  • Apple World Today will have plenty of coverage of tomorrow's event, on TwitterFacebook and tomorrow night on YouTube
  • The LTE Apple Watch may be able to send and receive calls on the same phone number you have for your iPhone
  • The Steve Jobs Theater only received a temporary occupancy permit on September 1, with the fire department providing "...
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15:30
Qualcomm says Android always first to new technology...




In a post to its website on Monday, cellular industry pioneer Qualcomm claims it helped Android roll out a number of industry firsts, like edge-to-edge OLED displays, augmented reality and facial recognition, many of which are expected to debut as tentpole features of Apple's upcoming iPhone X.

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15:02
News Hub + Live Blog: 9to5Mac at Steve Jobs Theater...

Apple’s first-ever event at Apple Park is kicking off soon and 9to5Mac is on location to take you inside Steve Jobs Theater for the iPhone X unveiling. Follow our news hub and live blog below plus subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Twitter and (our shiny new) Instagram for a front row seat to Apple’s big show.

We’ve already rounded up what we expect from Apple’s major fall event and we revealed several new details about the iPhone X, LTE Apple Watch, and Apple TV 4K over the weekend. Now it’s time to see Apple officially unveil the new flagship iPhone lineup plus much more … and see what else Apple has to reveal.

Keep it locked to 9to5Mac...

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14:55
Apple adds new mail-in option to iPhone Upgrade...

Ahead of the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X, Apple has made a small but notable change to its iPhone Upgrade Program. While customers previously had to go into an Apple retail store to trade in their device and pick up their new one, Apple is now allowing trade-in devices to be mailed in…

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14:49
Backblaze Now Sponsoring TidBITS

TidBITS Managing Editor Josh Centers, a long-time Backblaze user, is thrilled to welcome the online backup company as our latest long-term sponsor.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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14:21
Apple’s big iPhone X event is tomorrow, what are you...

Tomorrow’s the day Apple finally unwraps everything it’s been working on leading up to its September iPhone event. Though the past weekend’s leaks have unveiled a ton of information, there is still plenty to be revealed. With that in mind, what are you most excited to see?

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14:17
People are already lining up for Apple’s $1000...

Apple hasn’t even officially announced its new iPhone 8 and iPhone X lineup of devices, and people are already lining up for it in Australia. As noted by CNBC, the first people have started camping out in front of Apple’s Sydney retail store…

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14:02
Can’t wait for iPhone X? Social app Polygram gives a...

Over the weekend we gave you an exclusive look at some of the big new features coming to iOS 11 and the soon-to-be-announced iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X. One of the highlights is a novelty feature for iMessage called Animoji, which will allow users to send their friends 3D emoji animated by actual facial expressions. Apple isn’t the first company to pull off this effect, however. A new social app called Polygram has already implemented its own version of facial reactions, and you can run it on your iPhone today.

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13:26
OWC ships the Thunderbolt 3 Dock

Other World Computing is now shipping new orders of the $299 Thunderbolt 3 Dock, which sports 13 ports. It provides connectivity through an included Thunderbolt 3 cable, delivering power to laptops and other devices. 

The dock takes full advantage of Thunderbolt 3 technology with throughput up to 40Gb/s of bandwidth. The 13 ports offer the capability to charge mobile devices, connect the newest displays, add external storage (including legacy devices such as FireWire drives), import photos and videos from SD cards, access wired networks via Gigabit Ethernet, and connect audio accessories.

The OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock can be the foundation of a custom display setup, providing the ability to drive a latest-generation 5K display, two ultra HD 4K displays or a combination of 4K, HD and other displays with the Mini DisplayPort (mDP) with DisplayPort++ support,...

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12:56
Apple execs respond to Siri and privacy

The theory is that Siri can’t provide as much of a personal experience for its users because privacy is so important to Apple. Not so, says Apple:

“I think it is a false narrative,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s VP of product marketing. “It’s true that we like to keep the data as optimized as possible, that’s certainly something that I think a lot of users have come to expect, and they know that we’re treating their privacy maybe different than some others are.”

And

Joswiak argues that Siri can be every bit as helpful as other assistants without accumulating a lot of personal user data in the cloud, as companies like Facebook and Google are accustomed to doing. “We’re able to deliver a very personalized experience . . . without treating you as a product that keeps your information and sells it to the highest bidder. That’s just not the way we operate.”

BOOM!

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12:47
Lawsuits against Equifax pile up

More than two dozen lawsuits have been filed in the United States against Equifax Inc (EFX.N) after the credit reporting company said thieves may have stolen personal information for 143 million Americans in one of the largest hackings ever.

Equifax is in for a world of hurt.

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12:08
Apple is in third place in Fortune’s ‘Change the...

Apple places number three on Fortune magazine’s “Change the World” list.  JPMorgan Chase and DSM are ahead of the tech giant on the list.

The Change the World list recognizes companies that have had a positive social impact through activities that are part of their core business strategy. Fortune prioritize companies with annual revenues of $1 billion or more. Fortune writers and editors, with help from partners at FSG and Shared Value Initiative, evaluate and rank the companies by these three factors: measurable social impact; business results; and degree of innovation.

Here’s what the magazine has to say about Apple: “With roughly a billion of its smartphones, computers, and other gadgets in circulation, ­Apple has a larger cultural footprint than any other tech company. In an interview with Fortune executive editor Adam Lashinsky, featured in this month’s issue of...

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11:57
Apple TV 4K may sport new Siri Remote with haptic...




Among other changes, the fifth-generation Apple TV will come with an updated Siri Remote including haptic feedback, the latest iOS 11 GM leak suggests.

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11:57
Analyst: the ‘iPhone X’ will be in ‘severe short...

KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo expects Apple's premium iPhone model — likely to be dubbed the “iPhone X” — to have “severe short supply for a while.”

He tells clients that suppliers can only build about 10,000 units per day of the high-end smartphone. His report echoes rumors about supply issues related to the model’s OLED panels, Apple’s over-dependence on Samsung for those supplies, and difficulties integrating fingerprint sensors into the panels. 

The iPhone X is expected to debut at Apple’s special media event tomorrow, along with several other product updates.

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11:45
Deals: 2017 13" MacBook Air for $869 ($130 off...




With Apple's Sept. 12 event on the horizon, Apple authorized resellers are discounting Mid 2017 hardware with instant and coupon savings of up to $130 off popular configurations. Save $130 on the 13" Air or snap up a 13" Pro for $1,199 after a $100 discount. Apple's 12" MacBooks are also $100 to $150 off with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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11:41
Apple Suffers 'Major iPhone X Leak'

Details of new iPhones and other forthcoming Apple devices have been revealed via an apparent leak. From a report: Two news sites were given access to an as-yet-unreleased version of the iOS operating system. The code refers to an iPhone X in addition to two new iPhone 8 handsets. It also details facial recognition tech that acts both as an ID system and maps users' expressions onto emojis. One tech writer said it was the biggest leak of its kind to hit the firm. [...] "As best I've been able to ascertain, these builds were available to download by anyone, but they were obscured by long, unguessable URLs [web addresses]," wrote John Gruber, a blogger known for his coverage of Apple. "Someone within Apple leaked the list of URLs to 9to5Mac and MacRumors. I'm nearly certain this wasn't a mistake, but rather a deliberate malicious act by a rogue Apple employee." Neither Mr Gruber nor the two Apple-related news sites have disclosed their sources. However, the BBC has independently...

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11:01
Apple ranks third on Fortune’s ‘Change the World’...

Fortune has put together its “Change the World” list, which recognizes company’s that are making a positive impact, and Apple has come in at number three. Tim Cook also spoke with Fortune to explain more about how he thinks Apple is changing the world for the better and also shared that he believes Apple products aren’t just for the rich (a day before the ~$1000 iPhone X debut).

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10:47
Russia, Fake News and Facebook: 24/7 Manipulation


Back when the Internet first came to be, there was the belief that the result would be more facts, less censorship, more intelligent discourse and less successful manipulation. Being able to converse with each other would lead people to be more honest, and our world increasingly would resemble a utopian ideal of peace and prosperity. Now, decades later, "fake news" has proliferated, censorship is growing stronger, and rather than having politicians who can't handle the truth, we seem to have politicians who have no idea what the truth is.

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10:37
Amazon prepping pair of 4K60 Fire TV models for...




Amazon appears to be on the cusp of announcing a pair of new streaming devices, with both capable of 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.

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10:36
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 11...

The only notable software release this week was Retrospect 14.5.

 

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10:35
ExtraBITS for 11 September 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, it turns out that streaming services are helping the music industry, we get a look at Siri’s past challenges and upcoming improvements, T-Mobile is offering a free Netflix subscription to subscribers, we learn some secrets of the new Steve Jobs Theater, Tim Cook has pledged to support Apple’s DACA employees, Pixelmator is planning a professional version, and Apple is ending the Apple Music Festival after a decade of concerts.

 

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10:23
Tim Cook says Apple working on 'a lot of stuff...




Apple is secretly working on many things in the health arena, CEO Tim Cook said in an interview published on Monday, but only some of them are expected to translate into revenue-generating businesses.

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10:20
Amazon is selling Norton Security Deluxe for $20...

Been feeling the urge to beef up your computer's security? Amazon's got a deal for you today. The online retailer is selling a one-year license to Symantec's Norton Security Deluxe for $20 for U.S. customers. You can pick-up the package as a digital download or get a license key in the mail. The deal ends just before midnight Pacific time on Monday evening.

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10:15
A Prairie HomeKit Companion: HomeKit Security...

Julio Ojeda-Zapata frets about potential burglaries when he’s away from home, so before a recent trip he tricked out his house with Internet-connected video cameras, motion sensors, and smart outlets. Most, but not all of the gadgets work with Apple’s HomeKit, which points to lingering gaps in the company’s home-automation ecosystem.

 

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09:59
Cupertino building dept. approved Steve Jobs Theater...




Apple invited members of the press to the new Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on Aug. 31, but the City of Cupertino didn't actually sign off on allowing people into the building until a day later, documents reveal.

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09:49
News: iOS 11 code hints at new iPod touch, possible...

Amid all the buzz for new iPhones, Apple Watches, Apple TVs and AirPods, prominent Apple leak source Benjamin Geskin has uncovered yet another device that might be debuting tomorrow: an updated iPod touch. Geskin found a reference to “iPod8,1” in the latest iOS 11 code, and another reference that hints at Face ID being used to unlock an iPod. None of that means a new iPod will launch tomorrow — much less support the iPhone X’s…

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09:35
Where to watch the Apple event livestream tomorrow

Are you excited yet? Tomorrow's Apple event should prove to be one of the most interesting product reveals in the history of the company, even if this weekend's leaks took a bit of the surprise out of what we expect to see. Since Apple still doesn't invite us to these events although Dennis and I have a combined history of online writing that exceeds 50 years (I was writing about Apple on a Bulletin Board System called MAGIC in 1986!), we'll be doing the same thing you will tomorrow -- watching the Apple livestream. 

Apple has the livestream page all ready to go, and you can even add an event to your calendar to remind you to watch. 

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09:27
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Logitech 1-Day Mac Accessory...

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09:21
Giveaway: Enter to win a pair of custom painted...




It's time for another giveaway! BlackPods is partnering with AppleInsider this week to offer readers the chance to win a pair of BlackPods (AirPods finished with a military-grade coating) in Classic or Stealth. Two pairs are up for grabs -- enter today for your chance to win.

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09:20
Infographic from Decluttr shows how the Internet...

Since the iPhone first appeared on the scene in 2007, no other product has received so much attention in the form of online articles, reviews, tweets and comments. Decluttr is a great place to sell your old iPhone prior to tomorrow's announcements, and they sent along an infographic showing some of the "funniest, misguided and spookily accurate reactions to each of the past 15 iPhone releases". You'll have to scroll for a while to get to the iPhone 7/7 Plus, but the comments are well worth your time.

Infographic courtesy of Decluttr

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09:17
iOS 11 GM leaked by an Apple employee

Both Gruber and the BBC confirmed the iOS 11 GM came from an Apple employee. I don’t know how a person can accept a paycheck from a company and then turn around and screw them like this. They betrayed Apple and every single other person in the company.

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09:07
Apple special event viewing page

Leaks or not, I’m really excited for this announcement.

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09:06
Making Better Use of the Touch Bar

After complaining about its general lack of utility, Josh Centers has discovered some good uses for the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro.

 

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09:05
Hundreds of AT&T Wireless Workers and Supporters...

Hundreds of AT&T wireless workers and members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) will protest outside the launch of the iPhone 8 at Apple HQ on Tuesday, we were told. "Marking the start of a critical sales period that's expected to bring in billions for the telecom giant, workers are calling out AT&T's pay cuts for its retail employees and the company's rampant outsourcing and offshoring that undermine their job security and ability to provide quality customer service," the Communications Workers of America said in a press statement. Over the years, AT&T has increasingly handed over the operations of its retail operations to third-party dealers that now represent over 60 percent of all AT&T branded stores. On top of this, AT&T retail employees allege that they are seeing their pay decline by thousands of dollars because the company manipulates their commission structure.

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08:53
Crowdfunded HomeKit smoke detector Birdi marred by...




Birdi had a promising start with a successful crowd funding campaign for a HomeKit smoke detector. But, the tale of the company after taking customer's money for a product that appears to have not delivered in any real quantity is clouded in secrecy.

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08:47
A new iPod touch may be coming soon

Along with all of the other goodness found in this weekend's leak of the iOS 11 golden master, it appears that the iPod touch may finally get an update. Leak source Benjamin Geskin found reference to a device labeled as "iPod8,1" in the code, which may point to an all new iPod touch.

In a way, this makes perfect sense for people who might be buying the LTE Apple Watch -- if I could make phone calls on a Watch, I'd still want a device on which I could view media, play games, and work with apps. 

Within the setup.app that runs upon first startup to provide the device with the necessary initial settings and logins, there's even code that has the line "Unlock your iPod with your Face". This indicates that a future iPod touch could include Face ID, the new face recognition-based authentication method that is expected to debut tomorrow.

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08:23
What we've learned from this weekend's...

In case you were battening down the hatches for Hurricane (now Tropical Storm) Irma or just had a really big party weekend, you may have missed the fact that there was a leak of the iOS 11 Golden Master (final version) and the tvOS 11 firmware. As usual, a band of merry developers joined with Steve Troughton-Smith to sift through the code line by line to pull out secrets. Here's some of what they found:

1 - It's the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

Dennis was correct in his predictions from this morning with the name of the high-end OLED screen iPhone, but missed on the iPhone 8/8 Plus.

2 - Face ID replaces Touch ID on the iPhone X

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08:19
News: LTE Apple Watch will share phone number with...

While the “iPhone X” is getting most of the attention ahead of tomorrow’s Apple event, the company is also expected to launch an LTE Apple Watch, 4K Apple TV and new set of AirPods tomorrow as well. The latest firmware leaks seem to indicate that the LTE Apple Watch will still be dependent on the user having an iPhone cellular plan, with 9to5Mac reporting the device will use the same phone number as the iPhone to make calls. That…

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07:43
tvOS 11 firmware leak suggests ‘Apple TV 4K’ name,...

Following 9to5Mac‘s iPhone X feature discoveries from the iOS 11 GM leak we received over the weekend, new tvOS 11 firmware appears to be out in the wild today with details about the new Apple TV. The new Apple TV has widely been expected to include 4K HDR video playback, and the firmware leak both corroborates that and explains how the new video quality will be handled.

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07:21
iPhone X supply constraints limit Apple's...




Mass production of the iPhone X faces significant challenges ahead of launch, particularly for the gold model, with new technology limiting Apple to producing less than 10,000 units per day, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

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07:21
News: Firmware reveals details about ‘iPhone X’ 3D...

Developers have been mining the latest Apple firmware release for every last detail about the new iPhones ahead of tomorrow’s Apple event, and Steve Troughton-Smith claims the much-hyped OLED iPhone will bear the name “iPhone X,” launching alongside an iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus that are skipping the usual “s” cycle naming conventions this time around. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors) also seemed to put another…

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07:17
KGI: OLED iPhone X production under 10k/day, gold...

Ahead of tomorrow’s iPhone event, KGI is out with one last update on the status of the iPhone X production. According to the analyst, production of the OLED iPhone is reportedly under 10,000 units a day. This will mean the new phone will face severe supply constraints for a while.

The gold model is apparently facing additional production problems and will be available in even lower quantities. KGI suggests that the color may even have a delayed release date compared with the other colors.

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07:16
tvOS 11 firmware leak includes updated 4K HDR...

tvOS 11 firmware for the upcoming Apple TV 4K appears to be out in the wild ahead of the anticipated unveil tomorrow during Apple’s keynote at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, CA. Here is an exclusive first look at the device’s 4K-enabled default screensaver 9to5Mac has received from the new firmware.
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07:00
7th-gen iPod touch with Face ID hinted at in iOS 11...




Though largely neglected in recent years, the iPod line could soon get a fresh upgrade to keep it relevant in the era of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, code from the leaked iOS 11 golden master suggests.

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07:00
We're listening to: 'You Must Remember...

Welcome back to IRL, our series dedicated to the things that Engadget writers play, use, watch and listen to. This week, we're focusing on music and podcasts, with new albums from Queens of the Stone Age and Brand New. Sandwiched between the nostalgi...

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06:48
iPhone 8 and iPhone X rumors: iOS 11 leak spills...

Update 9/11/17: 9to5Mac has gotten an early copy of the final version of iOS 11 and it has revealed all sorts of details about the new iPhone X. Go to the “What’s the latest?” section for all the new details.

Apple is still selling tens of millions of iPhone 7s every month—but all everyone can talk about is what’s coming next. After all, 2017 marks the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, so Apple is reportedly gearing up to make this year’s model extra special.

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06:43
Important High Sierra Changes for IT Admins

Those who support Mac users should know about a variety of changes coming in High Sierra that have implications for how you install, deployments that use imaging solutions, dealing with APFS-formatted volumes, installing kernel extensions, and caching content.

 

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06:43
Analysts suggest consumers will pay $999+ price of...

With just one day to go before the official announcement of the iPhone X and iPhone 8/Plus, there has been considerable debate about public reaction to the anticipated $999+ price-tag of the flagship phone.

Barclays recently suggested that only one in five iPhone owners would be willing to pay a four-figure sum for the device, even making the unlikely suggestion that they would switch to Samsung. This was countered by a survey which found that 40...

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06:09
Twitter is testing a new feature in its Android app...

Twitter’s character limit of 140 characters still gives the social network a unique advantage over its competitors, but sometimes, you need to send out multiple tweets in rapid succession to truly get your point across. Thankfully, it looks like Twitter is testing a feature in its Android app that makes doing this a whole lot easier.

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Blocs 2 for Mac

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering the Blocs 2 for Mac for only $39.99 — that’s 50% off the regular price. The visual web design tool lets you create beautiful, modern websites without writing a single line of code. Designed to accommodate every level of user from the complete beginning to the veteran web design, Blocs provides a clean, intuitive and fun user interface for putting together your next website. Users can choose from…

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