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Wednesday January 3

Barclays: 16M iPhone sales ‘at risk’ in light of $29...

Barclays has shared a new analyst note today covering its predictions for how the battery replacement program will influence AAPL performance. Among its forecasts, the note shares the possibility of 16M iPhone sales being lost.


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Intel says memory security issue extends beyond its...

That major security flaw attributed to Intel chips might not be so Intel-specific after all. After hours of silence, Intel has posted a response denying some of the claims about the exploit, which is believed to revolve around identifying content in...

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Brazilian state says Apple refused to sign...

Apple employees have declined to sign a notification requiring them to tell Brazilian iPhone owners how they can get discounted battery replacements, according to a state agency.

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Analysts: ‘Batterygate’ could cost Apple $10.29...

Barclay analysts think the “Batterygate” brouhaha could cost Apple $10.29 billion, according to Business Insider. They think the fiasco would result in as many as 16 million lost smartphone sales by the tech giant.

“While this is a good PR move for Apple to resolve the issue, we are concerned it could be a mild headwind for iPhone unit sales if more iPhone users decide to take the offer instead of upgrading to a new iPhone,” says analyst Mark Moskowitz.

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Intel responds to CPU security flaw as macOS 10.13.2...

Yesterday, news broke that Intel CPUs suffer from a serious security flaw that allows user programs to access contents of the protected kernel memory. Details were sparse when the original news broke, but Intel has now publicly commented on the flaw and it appears that Apple has already issued a patch…


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Brazil’s Procon-SP: Apple must inform customers...

A state agency in Sao Paulo Brazi says that Apple must notify consumers about its iPhone battery replacement program, reports Business Insider.

The move relates to Apple's decision to lower the price of iPhone battery replacements following reports that the company reduced the performance of iPhones with older batteries for performance reasons. The Brazilian agency, called Procon-SP, has the power to levy fines or propose legal actions for companies that harm consumers.

Apple has published an apology letter to customers in regards to...

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Apple is developing an ‘Are You Sleeping’ show...

Apple is developing a new original drama series entitled Are You Sleeping, starring Octavia Spencer, reports Variety. Created and written by Nichelle Tramble Spellman, the series will be produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine and Chernin Ent/Endeavor Content.

The series is based on Kathleen Barber’s novel of the same name, which gives a glimpse into the obsession with true crime podcasts and “challenges its viewers to consider the consequences when the pursuit of justice is placed on a public stage.” Sarah Koenig, the creator and producer behind true crime podcast Serial, will consult on the series.

Are You Sleeping is the second project Apple has teamed with Witherspoon and Hello Sunshine on so far. The company has committed to a dramatic series starring Witherspoon and Jennifer...

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Developer adoption of Apple's ARKit tepid after...

Less than 1,000 apps on the App Store support Apple's augmented reality tools, and the number of apps adopting ARKit has slowed since September, a new survey has found.

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Apple waives fees for its Developer Program for...

As noted by AppleInsider, Apple has started promised fee waivers for its Developer Program. Certain eligible groups can avoid paying the $99 per-year fee the tech giant normally requires.

Apple says its Developer Program membership is now available at no cost for eligible organizations. Nonprofit organizations, accredited educational institutions, and government entities based in the U.S. that will distribute only free apps on the App Store can request to have their annual membership fee waived.

You can request to have the $99 annual membership fee waived if you’re a nonprofit organization, accredited educational institution, or government entity based in the United States that will distribute only free apps on the App Store. Apple will review your request and contact you to let you know whether your request is...

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Three companies reported joining the race to make...

Metal chassis makers, including Taiwan-based Casetek Holdings, China-based AAC Technologies and Singapore-based Hi-P Electronics, are expected to join the race to compete for smartphone chassis orders from Apple in 2018, according to DigiTimes.

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Casetek is a supplier of the MacBook's chassis and iPhones' volume and power buttons and wants to become a chassis supplier for 2018 iPhones in 2018, the article adds, quoting unnamed “industry sources.” Hi-P is mainly supplying plastic chassis for Apple's entry-level iPhones, but is planning to obtain orders for iPhone's metal chassis and has sent in engineering samples for certification. AAC wants in on the smartphone metal chassis business and its product samples are being validated, adds DigiTimes.

Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olsen has predicted that Apple will launch, among...

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Review: Shure SE215 Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Two products, one review: that's the kind of efficiency you can expect from us here at iLounge. Today we're looking at a "new" headphone from legendary headphone and microphone manufacturer Shure, the SE215 Wireless IEM. We put "new" in quotes because although the "SE215 Wireless" is a new SKU, the two products contained in the box — the SE215 in-ear monitor and RMCE-BT1 Bluetooth cable — have been available for some time. Though we were not completely wowed by this Bluetooth implementation, the SE215 lives up to its legacy with an added twist of wireless convenience.{/exp:char_limit}

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Apple has partially dealt with the Intel chip...

Quoting unnamed “multiple sources,” AppleInsider says there are routines in macOS 10.13.2 to secure the Intel chip flaw that could grant applications access to protected kernel memory data. 

These measures, coupled with existing programming requirements about kernel memory that Apple implemented over a decade appear to have mitigated most, if not all, of the security concerns associated with the problem, the article adds. There are also “surprise” security features coming in macOS 10.3.3, per AppleInsider.

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Apple developing 'Are You Sleeping' novel...

Apple has once again grown its list of video under production, with the development of Nichelle Tramble Spellman's "Are You Sleeping," with the "Serial" podcast creator onboard in an advisory role, and Reese Witherspoon's development company producing the show.

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Brazil demanding Apple provide explicit directions...

Just yesterday, Apple clarified its battery replacement program details with the information that all iPhone 6 models and later are eligible at the discounted price. Now, a Brazilian state agency is trying to require Apple to provide more specific details on how consumers can take advantage of the program.


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Apple adds ‘Are You Sleeping?’ drama based on novel...

Apple is continuing to green light more shows for production with its billion dollar TV budget for this year. Variety reports that Apple has picked up a new original series called “Are you Sleeping?” based on Kathleen Barber’s novel. The series will star actor Octavia Spencer known for her roles in Hidden Figures and The Help (who is also an alumni of Auburn University like Apple CEO Tim Cook).


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Apple opens up developer fee waivers to US...

Apple has begun promised fee waivers for its Developer Program, allowing certain eligible groups to avoid paying the $99 per year the company normally requires.

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Apple has already partially implemented fix in macOS...

After a public disclosure of a security flaw with nearly every Intel processor produced for the last 15 years, concern grew that a fix may take up to 30 percent of the processing power away from a system. But Apple appears to have at least partially fixed the problem with December's macOS 10.13.2 -- and more fixes appear to be coming in 10.13.3.

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iPhone 2018 rumors: LG Display to supply 6.5-inch...

Updated 01/03/18: LG Display is said to be the supplier of OLED displays for a 6.5-inch iPhone this year.

It’s not enough that the new iPhone X is only a month or so old; rumors about next year’s iPhone are already starting to fly. We’ll keep track of what’s been said and what seems feasible in this article so you can keep up with the latest iPhone gossip.

What's the latest?

A report from Electronic Times in Korea states that LG Display has an order with Apple to produce 15-16 million phone displays in 2018. The displays are all said to be 6.5 inches, which means one thing: LG is going to make the display for the supposed larger iPhone X sequel (call it an "iPhone X Plus"), while Samsung will continue to be the primary OLED display supplier for the new 5....

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AAC, Hi-P & Casetek said to be vying for metal...

At least three Asian firms are competing to get orders for next-generation metal iPhone casings from Apple, a new report indicated on Wednesday.

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Monitoring software ‘Alphonso’ used in iOS apps...

A recent report from The New York Times highlights a controversial piece of software named Alphonso that tracks users’ TV habits. Alphonso is quietly built into many iOS and Android apps and also has a deal with Shazam which Apple is buying.


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Logitech's popular MX Master 2S mouse is 20%...

Amazon’s kicking off the year with its first sale price on a popular mouse: the Logitech MX Master 2S. Currently this model is $80, or 20 percent off its normal $99 MSRP.

Note that Amazon is out of stock of the mouse until Sunday, but you can still order it right now for the sale price.

What makes this mouse so popular is that it packs so many great features into a single device. For starters, the MX Master 2S is a 4000 DPI mouse, with a touted battery life of up to 70 days, and works on almost any surface without a mouse pad—including glass.

This model also comes with the same “hyper scroll wheel” that the original MX Master had, which lets you speed scroll through a document or webpage. Tap a button, however, and it becomes a click-to-click...

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Apple releases third iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2,...

Apple has released new beta versions of iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS for developers to test. iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2, macOS 10.13.3, and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 3 are all available now. We’ll update to the latest versions and note any changes below.


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Apple: the winter weather problems at Chicago store...

Last week it was reported that Apple Michigan Avenue, Apple’s flagship store in Chicago, was having problems with winter weather in the Windy City.

Specifically, there are no gutters to catch falling snow or ice. Nor is the roof sloping, so icicles that do form dangle from 20 some feet overhead. However, Apple says it’s software problem, not the design of the store itself and its MacBook Pro-inspired roof.

Apple spokesman Nick Leahy tells the Chicago Tribune that said the building's architects, London-based Foster + Partners, had designed the glass-walled store with winter in mind, but had been foiled by a technical malfunction.

"The roof has a warming system...

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Apple issues third developer betas of iOS 11.2.5,...

After a two-week holiday break with no releases, registered members of Apple's developer program can now access the third pre-release beta builds of all four of the company's major platforms.

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Siri now plays daily podcasts when asked about the...

In what is certainly a feature created with the HomePod in mind, Apple has enhanced Siri in iOS 11.2.5 beta with the ability to instantly stream a news podcast when asked about the news. The feature defaults to a daily news recap podcast by The Washington Post and lets you switch to Fox News, NPR, or CNN shows upon request.


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9to5Toys Last Call: Anker Amazon Sale from $9, Apple...

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

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Apple says Chicago store's snow problems are...

Troubles with snow and ice at Apple's North Michigan store in Chicago were attributable to glitches in a rooftop warming system, rather than any inherently bad architecture, according to the company.

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Mophie Powerstation AC grants USB-C MacBook 15 extra...

Battery purveyor Mophie has debuted a large USB-PD external battery for USB-C devices like the MacBook and MacBook Pro, with one USB-A and AC socket for additional charging options.

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News: UK set to ban stores from charging fees on...

The UK has a new law going into effect January 13 making it illegal for stores to add surcharges for customers paying with cards or contactless payment methods like Apple Pay, The Bristol Post reports. While most larger retailers weren’t charging fees for transactions, some smaller businesses and online stores were adding a penalty for those paying with certain payment methods. Now all in-store and online purchases made within the UK from UK…

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Realmac's blogging platform to shut...

About three years ago when Apple World Today was launching, one of our first sponsors was Typed, a simple blogging platform that was being developed by Realmac Software and funded through Indiegogo. Yesterday, Realmac's Dan Counsell reported that "with a heavy heart...the time has finally come to shut down the servers."

Typed has been in financial trouble for a while. Counsell wanted to make sure that the platform was not cluttered with ads in order to keep the service running, and back in August of 2017 he announced that Realmac was looking for another company that would be willing to carry Typed forward into the future. That didn't happen, so the company is shutting down on January 31.

Typed was an innovative, simple, and inexpensive service. It started as a Markdown editor, but then added the ability to publish to a hosting service for an...

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News: ConnectSense debuts new HomeKit-compatible...

After rolling out its original external Smart Outlet in 2015, ConnectSense is debuting a new HomeKit-compatible in-wall outlet, 9to5Mac reports. The hardwired version replaces a standard outlet and looks like the usual two-receptacle setup wil provide Wi-Fi controls that can detect when something is plugged in and how much power is being used. Each outlet can be controlled with the built-in touch controls, Siri voice activation or the HomeKit app.…

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The 'App' You Can't Trash: How SIP is...

A reader shares a blog post that talks about why Mac running High Sierra 10.13.2 (and other versions near it) refuses to let users uninstall some third-party applications easily. For instance, when users attempt to uninstall BlueStacks, an Android emulator, the Finder shows this warning: "The operation can't be completed because you don't have the necessary permission." The blog post looks into the subject: The moment that we see the word permission, all becomes clear: it's a permissions problem. So the next step is to select the offending item in the Finder, press Command-I to bring up the Get Info dialog, and change the permissions. It does, though, leave the slight puzzle as to why the Finder didn't simply prompt for authentication instead of cussedly refusing. Sure enough, after trying that, the app still won't go and the error message is unchanged. Another strange thing about this 'app' is that it's not an app at all. Tucked away in a mysterious folder, new to High Sierra, in...

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News: Apple Watch users reporting interference from...

Apple Watch users working in intensive care units are reporting Apple Watch problems, 9to5Mac reports. One user with an Apple Watch Series 3 was experiencing reboots every 60-90 minutes while working in the ICU, and the issue continued even after the device was replaced, leading to speculation that ICU-related equipment is causing the problems. The problem has become so pervasive that there’s now a three-page support thread for the issue, but…

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Axios: Spotify going public in Q1, filed for IPO...

Spotify confidentially filed IPO documents with the SEC late last month, Axios reports, after months of speculation that the private company would soon be going public. Spotify’s direct listing approach is a shift from traditional initial public offering moves from other tech companies.


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Beta test will see high-end Roomba models hunting...

A beta test will see top-tier Roomba models adding to their duties as they wander around your home. In addition to the cleaning, they will also be mapping the strength of the Wi-Fi signals, looking for dead zones and weak-spots …


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ConnectSense announces Apple HomeKit and Siri-ready...

Accessory maker ConnectSense has announced the In-Wall Outlet, an alternate version of its Smart Outlet for people who want HomeKit support in a format that sits flush with their walls.

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News: Apple buys app development company Buddybuild

Apple has confirmed its purchase of Buddybuild, an app development company that provides tools to streamline app creation, TechCrunch reports. No financial terms were disclosed, but the Canadian company’s platform will be rolled into Apple’s Xcode suite of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS development tools. In the meantime, Buddybuild’s service will still be available for existing customers, but the company’s site isn’t…

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Intel CPU kernel bug FAQ: Fix for massive security...

A nasty kernel bug has been discovered in Intel processors that could lead to serious slowdowns in PCs and Macs. Here's what we know about it so far.

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Apple blames software, not roof design, for Chicago...

Apple’s gorgeous new Michigan Avenue flagship store looked like the worst example of form over function last week when snow along the Chicago River front meant parts of the store needed to be roped off. Did Apple really design an Apple Store that couldn’t handle a bit of frosty weather in a city like Chicago? The design wasn’t the issue, says Apple, but rather a software malfunction…


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Explainer: Why Apple didn’t put long-distance...

Back when Android manufacturers were adding wireless charging to their phones and Apple wasn’t, one popular theory was that the iPhone maker was skipping contact-based chargers and holding out for long-distance ones. In the end, of course, Apple finally opted for the same contact-based Qi chargers as everyone else.

But resonance chargers – which require the device to be placed extremely close to the charging coils – offer limited benefit. Sure, it’s convenient to be able to just put your iPhone X down on a wireless charging dock and pick it up again later without having to fiddle with the Lightning cable, but you still have just as many cables as ever – they are now simply attached to docks.

RF-based long-distance charging – promoted by companies like Energous – promises far greater benefit, allowing devices to be charged anywhere in the same room as the charger. So why didn’t Apple wait...

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Extreme OLED test finds Apple's iPhone X takes...

OLED technology is prone to image burn-in -- something that Apple worked hard to compensate for in designing the hardware and software of the iPhone X. A new and extreme stress test puts the iPhone X anti-burn-in capabilities to the test, discovering Apple's efforts have, in fact, put it ahead of the competition under the most difficult conditions.

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News: Report: Some iOS games using microphone to...

Games like Pool 3D, Beer Pong:Trickshot, and Real Bowling Strike:10 Pin found on the App Store could be tracking users’ TV viewing habits even when they’re not being played, The New York Times reports. The apps are all built using software from Alphonso, a start-up that specializes in collecting data on TV viewing for advertisers. Even when the apps aren’t in use, Alphonso’s software can potentially use a smartphone’s…

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A photo tour of the heavily guarded heart of the...

Peter Garritano:

Quietly tucked away in a few unassuming buildings in lower Manhattan, massive flows of data pulse through some of the world’s largest and most heavily guarded hubs of global internet infrastructure.

Check out the images. Pretty cool. I wonder how many of these sites there are in the world and how similar they are, design-wise.

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News: Daily Deal: Pay What You Want – The Complete...

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering the Pay What You Want Complete iOS 11 Developer Bundle, with 37 hours of coding instruction that will prepare you for Apple’s newest iOS release. Pay whatever you want for The Complete iOS 11 Developer: Starter Edition, which provides 36 lectures and three hours of content to get you going to build real apps in Swift 4 and Xcode 9, and if you beat the average price, you’ll receive the full bundle,…

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Understanding color spaces, color management

Great pair of posts on color gamut, color spaces from Bjango.

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iMac Pro teardown, lots of pics

There’s a lot to love in this teardown. The insides of the iMac Pro are gorgeous. What a clean looking design.

With the iMac Retina 5K, to change out RAM, you popped open the rear door and had at it.

With the iMac Pro, you’ll pretty much need to jump through all the hoops iFixit did. That said, the good news is, you can still upgrade the RAM yourself:

We waste no time in testing a little upgrade: How does four 32 GB modules for a “Maxxed” total of 128 GB sound? After speedily reassembling everything, we’re pleased to report that the result is epic.

No doubt.

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Analysts: Amazon, Google’s discounted speakers cost...

Reuters reports that Amazon and Google’s Alphabet division both discounted their virtual assistant speakers so deeply over the holiday shopping season that they likely lost a few dollars per unit, “highlighting a sharply different strategy from Apple as it prepares its HomePod speaker,” according to pundits such as Paul Erickson, a senior analyst with IHS Markit and Adam Wright, senior research analyst at IDC.

Both companies cut prices for the smallest version of their speakers, the Amazon Echo Dot and Google Home Mini, to as little as $29 from $50 for the U.S. holidays. Midlevel versions cost a bit more than twice as much.


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FastCo explains why Jony Ive ordered this office...

The Herman Miller Aeron chair is so ubiquitous in higher-end offices that ordering them is almost a default for companies able to pay the tab.

But not Apple. Influenced by a chat between Jony Ive and two British designers, Apple has reportedly ordered 12,000 chairs created with a very different vision in mind …


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LG reportedly to supply OLED panels for a 6.5-inch...

The Korea Herald reports that while Samsung will remain the sole or primary supplier of the OLED panels for the current, 5.8-inch version of the iPhone X, LG will supply panels for a bigger 6.5-inch model due this year.

The article says LG Display will start production in the second quarter at its E6 plant in Paju, Gyeonggi Province. The plant, consisting of two OLED production lines, has a monthly production capacity of six million OLED screens but its full-capacity production is expected to start next year considering its still low yield rate, per The Korea Herald.

In November 2017, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo told clients that Apple has a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone planned for the second half of 2018. He says it will be the general size of a Plus-sized iPhone and add an edge-to-edge OLED display. 

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Test shows how good iPhone X’s OLED screen is at...


Chris Smith, BGR:

If the same image is shown on an OLED screen for a long period of time, burn-in effects may set in. This goes for TVs, monitors, and smartphones. It took the iPhone X 510 hours of continuously displaying the exact same image on the iPhone X for burn-in effects to become permanent. That’s Cetizen’s conclusion, and that’s great news for all iPhone X users.


Cetizen stopped at various intervals to check for burn-in traces, but the iPhone X did not show visible effects until hitting the 510-hour mark. The screens on the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S7 Edge, meanwhile, were impacted sooner.

The original site quoted by BGR is in Chinese but is pretty understandable if you use Google Translate to translate the page to...

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New UK law banning debit/credit card fees will...

As of Jan. 13, the UK will ban shops and stores from charging a fee for credit card and debit card transactions, according to The Bristol Post. This will eliminate additional fees for credit and debit transactions, including those with Apple Pay.

The law applies to both in-store and online payments and includes American Express and other payment methods such as PayPal. All purchases made in the UK from UK businesses will be protected by the law, and it will also apply to any surcharging by local councils and government agencies agencies, according to The Post. The law also follows an EU directive, meaning companies across the EU will also be banned from applying this surcharge.

Apple Pay is currently available in 20 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland,...

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Fundamental design flaw in Intel chips forces...

The Register:

A fundamental design flaw in Intel’s processor chips has forced a significant redesign of the Linux and Windows kernels to defang the chip-level security bug.

Programmers are scrambling to overhaul the open-source Linux kernel’s virtual memory system. Meanwhile, Microsoft is expected to publicly introduce the necessary changes to its Windows operating system in an upcoming Patch Tuesday: these changes were seeded to beta testers running fast-ring Windows Insider builds in November and December.


Similar operating systems, such as Apple’s 64-bit macOS, will also need to be updated – the flaw is in the Intel x86-64 hardware, and it appears a microcode update can’t address it. It has to be fixed in software at the OS level, or go buy a new processor without the design blunder.

The worst news is that since the issue is in the hardware itself, a software patch of something so deeply rooted in the pipeline will cause a performance hit...

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LG may supply OLED for Apple's 6.5" edge-...

Apple and LG Display are allegedly finalizing talks on an OLED supply deal, which could see the latter provide panels for a rumored 6.5-inch iPhone, which is believed to be a jumbo-sized version of the iPhone X.

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A design flaw in Intel’s chips could spur Apple to...

A fundamental design flaw in Intel's processor chips means Linux and Windows will need a redesign, while other operating systems such as macOS will need an update, reports The Register.

The flaw is in the Intel x86-64 hardware, and apparently it has to be fixed in software at the operating system level — or replaced by a new processor without the glitch, the article adds. In other words, Apple will have to release an update to the Mac’s operating system to deal with the problem. 

Obviously, the tech giant isn’t going to be happy about the situation. Which will certainly add fire to the (not unreasonable) speculation that Apple will eventually design its own chips for its Mac, as well as iOS, devices.

"By designing its own chips, Apple can better differentiate itself from others. Further, depending too much on other chip suppliers in the age of artificial...

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Amazon has big plans for Alexa ads in 2018

Here it comes. Now that you’ve invested in this useful tech, found a nice place for it in your workflow, we’re going to start serving up ads.

Makes me wonder if the original Echo shipped with a disclaimer that ads might be part of the experience. If not, seems like a liability for Amazon, potential for a law suit. Either way, this seems like a decidedly negative turn in that particular road.

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Games on your phone (mostly Android, some iOS) that...

Sapna Maheshwari, New York Times:

At first glance, the gaming apps — with names like “Pool 3D,” “Beer Pong: Trickshot” and “Real Bowling Strike 10 Pin” — seem innocuous. One called “Honey Quest” features Jumbo, an animated bear.

Yet these apps, once downloaded onto a smartphone, have the ability to keep tabs on the viewing habits of their users — some of whom may be children — even when the games aren’t being played.

Yesterday, we posted about a technique ad houses use to glean your identity using your browser’s password manager.

This is a similar data-farming trick, this time using your phone’s microphone to track your TV watching habits.

The apps use software from Alphonso, a start-up that collects TV-viewing data for advertisers. Using a smartphone’s microphone, Alphonso’s software can detail...

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Apple to announce its first fiscal quarter of 2018...

Apple will announce the results of its first fiscal quarter of 2018 after markets close on Thursday, Feb. 1. A conference call for investors and the press will be held at 2 p.m. Pacific.

Here’s the guidance the company has provided for the quarter: revenue between $84 billion and $87 billion; gross margin between 38% and 38.5%; operating expenses between $7.65 billion and $7.75 billion; other income/(expense) of $600 million; and a tax rate of 25.5%. The quarter is expected to be the company’s biggest and most profitable quarter ever.

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Some Apple Watch users are reporting unexpected...

Apple Watch is an excellent health and fitness tracker that can actually save lives, but something about the latest model may be causing issues for users who work in certain hospital environments. A number of Apple Watch users including a 9to5Mac reader report unexpected reboots on Apple Watch Series 3.

The common thread appears to be using the Apple Watch in the intensive care unit of some hospitals. This suggests there may be specific ICU-related equipment used in hospitals that could be interfering with Apple Watch Series 3 with or without cellular.


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Some Apple Watch users are reporting unexpected...

Apple Watch is an excellent health and fitness tracker that can actually save lives, but something about the latest model may be causing issues for users who work in certain hospital environments. A number of Apple Watch users including a 9to5Mac reader report unexpected reboots on Apple Watch Series 3.

The common thread appears to be using the Apple Watch in the intensive care unit of some hospitals. This suggests there may be specific ICU-related equipment used in hospitals that could be interfering with Apple Watch Series 3 with or without cellular.


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ConnectSense announces new HomeKit Smart In-Wall...

ConnectSense first debuted their original external Smart Outlet with HomeKit compatibility at the end of 2015, and is now expanding its product offering just in time for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Today, the home automation company announced a new In-Wall Outlet, a hard wired version of their original accessory.


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Amazon & Google likely lost money on smart...

Amazon and Google discounted their smart speakers so deeply in the holiday sales that they likely lost money on each unit, say analysts. Amazon discounted its Echo Dot to $29.99 in the run-up to the holidays, with the Google Home Mini also seen for the same price in various sales.

The two companies’ willingness to lose money on the hardware reveals their very different strategy to Apple with its upcoming HomePod speaker …


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Nissan's future cars could read your mind

Most automakers are figuring out how to take the "driver" out of driving, but Nissan is using tech to make it more fun. It's researching what it calls "brain-to-vehicle" (B2V) tech that can read your brainwaves and figure out what you're going to do...

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Qi Whiz! Wireless fast charging for your Qi-...

The latest iPhones -- X, 8 and 8 Plus -- have the ability to charge without being plugged in. How? Through the Qi wireless charging standard and a Qi charger! If you have a Qi-compatible iPhone or other smartphone but have been wary of spending a lot of money for a wireless charger, your ship has just sailed in. We've got the Neva Tech Qi Charger for the low price of $10.99

  • Built-in intelligent system to prevent the devices from short circuit or over heating 
  • Eliminates wires (plugging into your phone directly—just rest your phone on the pad to charge)
  • Maintains your phone's total battery life for longer
  • Output (Qi Charging): 5V 1A
  • Transmission Power: 10W...
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LG will supply OLED screens for larger 6.5-inch...

A KGI report back in November said that Apple was working on two OLED iPhones for 2018, an updated version of the 5.8-inch iPhone X and a larger, 6.5-inch Plus model.

A supply-chain report today states that while Samsung will remain the sole or primary supplier of the OLED panels for the smaller model, LG will supply the panels for the 6.5-inch model …


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HSD Versions Cleaner is a solid, inexpensive tool...

HSD Versions Cleaner is a relatively new app for the Mac, but one worth checking out. With it you can observe and delete old files. For instance, it can help you reduce the amount of previous file versions, stored by the macOS’s Auto Save feature.

Depending on what you do with your Mac, such previous file versions can occupy a lot of disc space, even though macOS doesn’t keep them forever. With HSD Versions Cleaner, you can define criteria which previous file versions should be deleted automatically in the background, which is very convenient.

Easy to use, HSD Versions Cleaner gives you control over how many old file versions should be kept for selected documents. You can delete a selection of old file versions manually or define criteria when certain old file versions should be deleted automatically. Both observing and deleting old file versions is done within a single application window.

HSD Versions Cleaner requires macOS 10.11 or higher and costs $2.99. It’...

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After LG’s 34-inch Thunderbolt 3 monitor, Samsung...

It’s a couple of weeks since LG announced its upcoming 34-inch ultrawide Thunderbolt 3 monitor, and now Samsung has done the same.

While LG has the higher resolution – effectively between 4K and 5K – Samsung is hoping that its curved design will win fans …


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How to repair a disk using macOS High Sierra’s Disk...

You can use the Disk Utility in macOS High Sierra to repair a variety of problems. Today we’ll look at how to repair the disk that started up your Mac. Here are the steps:

Print this help page so you can refer to it later. (You don’t have access to Disk Utility Help when you restart your computer in the next step.)

  • In the Disk Utility Help window, click the Share button, then choose Print.
  • Choose Apple menu > Restart. After your Mac restarts (some Mac computers play a startup sound), press and hold the Command and R keys until the Apple logo 
  • Click Disk Utility, then click Continue.
  • In the sidebar, select the disk you want to repair.
  • Click the First Aid button. If Disk Utility tells you the disk is about to fail, back up your data and replace the disk. You can’t repair it. Otherwise, continue to step 6.
  • Click Run. If Disk Utility reports that the disk appears to be OK or has been repaired, you’re done. You can click...
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Notable apps and app updates for Jan. 3, 2018

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Spiel Studios has launched Man Vs. Missiles 1.1. In the game players test their piloting skills by flying their plane for as long as they can, while avoiding and destroying incoming missiles which are continuously trying to bring them down. Man Vs. Missiles is free, but does tout in-app purchases.

macOS Apps/Updates

Cisdem has updated Duplicate Finder Mac to version 4.0. It’s a utility tool that can detect and delete duplicates from external and internal hard drives to free up the space.

The new version adds support for finding similar images.IT...

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iFixit releases 5K iMac Pro teardown

The cool cats at iFixit have completed and posted their full teardown of the long-awaited 5K iMac Pro and discovered the following nifty features and components:

– The iMac Pro features a massive dual fan cooler to help keep the CPU and GPU cool. The computer is also notably quiet, even when performing intensive operations that would send a standard cooling fan into overdrive.

– The lack of a full sized desktop hard drive allows for additional space inside the iMac pro for additional components.

– The 5K iMac lacks an external RAM door, which made for easy RAM upgrades on previous model iMacs.

– The rear air vent is about 80% larger to increase cooling capability. There is also a dual-port air intake near the bottom of the machine beneath the revamped I/O.

– The 5K iMac Pro uses standard 288-pin RAM sticks, which are technically user-replaceable, but are much more difficult to access. Apple advises users to consult an authorized repair...

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Apple Maps data updated, now includes navigation for...

This could come in handy.

Right now indoors maps are available for many U.S. airports, along with a few other cities such as London, Berlin, Hong Kong, and Toronto.

The map data includes restaurants, shops, directions to gates, and more.

So, with any luck, you’ll know exactly where you are come your next flight.

If you have a chance to try this out, please let us know about your experience in the comments.

Via The Mac Observer

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The 10 Mac games you need to play from December 2017

December's Mac games

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It’s the end of the year, and we’ve already picked the biggest and brightest Mac games that 2017 had to offer. But if you’ve been keeping up with the monthly releases and want to see what’s truly new and exciting for Mac, then here are our selections for the 10 top games that debuted during December.

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Tuesday January 2

Spotify slapped with $1.6B copyright lawsuit over...

Spotify last week was hit with a $1.6 billion lawsuit leveled by Wixen Music Publishing, a music publisher that alleges the streaming music giant is using thousands of songs from its catalog without a license and compensation.

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Intel chip kernel flaw requires OS-level fix that...

A newly discovered silicon-level flaw in Intel's chip designs is forcing operating system manufacturers to update kernels and other software components to rectify the issue, changes that will reportedly result in performance slowdowns of up to 30 percent.

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UK banning stores from charging debit/credit card...

The UK will soon start banning shops and stores from charging a fee for credit card and debit card transactions. As reported by The Bristol Post, the new law goes into effect on January 13th and will permanently do away with additional fees for credit and debit transactions, including Apple Pay


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Report: Intel CPUs suffer from major security flaw,...

Intel processors from the last decade reportedly suffer from a severe chip-level security bug that isn’t necessarily easy to fix. The Register reports that the fix must come at the OS level, and even when the fix is available, there will be a notable performance hit…


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Apple’s design mojo

Fortune has an interesting article asking if Apple has lost its design mojo. There is no doubt some things haven’t worked as well as others, but I don’t agree with everything in story. Instead of picking out a few key paragraphs, you go should go read the entire article to get it all in context.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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LG gets a jump on CES by announcing its 2018 smart...

LG's 2018 smart TVs will offer improved support for high dynamic range. support for higher refresh rates on its high-end models, and better color mapping and color correction. But it will continue to use replacement RGBW (2.88K) in some of its cheaper models.

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Apple Will Replace Old iPhone Batteries Regardless...

After apologizing to customers for slowing older iPhones down as the batteries degrade, Apple has started offering battery swaps for $29. This has led to some confusion as Apple did not clarify how it qualified batteries as eligible for the discounted replacement, as the Apple Genius Bar uses a diagnostic test to check whether a battery can retain 80 percent of its original capacity at 500 complete charge cycles. According to Mac Rumors, Apple has confirmed that they will replace the battery if your iPhone 6 or later even if it passes a Genius Bar diagnostic test. From the report: Apple has since independently confirmed to MacRumors that it will agree to replace an eligible battery for a $29 fee, regardless of whether an official diagnostic test shows that it is still able to retain less than 80 percent of its original capacity. The concession appears to have been made to mollify the anger of customers stoked by headlines suggesting that Apple artificially slows down older iPhones...

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Apple to give first glimpse at iPhone X sales with...

In what is expected to be Apple's biggest and most profitable quarter ever, the company will report the results of its first fiscal quarter of 2018 after markets close on Thursday, Feb. 1.

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Apple will announce first quarter results on...

This is going to be an interesting quarter because we’ll get a first look at iPhone X sales.

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Apple announces Q1 2018 earnings release for...

Apple announced today that it will release its first quarter earnings call for 2018 on February 1st. The company made the announcement on its Investor Relations webpage, saying it will hold a call with investors at 2PM PT/5PM ET on the same day…


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iMac Pro teardown finds mystery Apple chip that...

A careful disassembly of the new iMac Pro has found another Apple-made chip in addition to the new T2, potentially confirming rumors that the desktop would feature an A10 Fusion coprocessor.

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Spotify sued for $1.6 billion for copyright...

Music streaming company Spotify was sued by Wixen Music Publishing Inc last week for allegedly using thousands of songs, including those of Tom Petty, Neil Young and the Doors, without a license and compensation to the music publisher.

I don’t know how something like this could possibly happen with a company like Spotify. The entire business is getting licenses to stream music, but apparently they didn’t do that.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Spotify facing $1.6B lawsuit from Tom Petty, Neil...

A new report from Variety today shares that Spotify has been hit with a $1.6 billion lawsuit from the music publisher that represents Tom Petty, Neil Young, Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo and more.


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Apple World Today News Update: January 2, 2018

Steve's back from vacation, so we start off the year with news on an Apple acquisition, conflicting Wall Street forecasts for Apple, a long-awaited iPhone X app update, and Google's most popular searches for last year:

  • Apple purchases Buddybuild, which makes continuous integration and debugging tools that will be built into Xcode
  • One pair of Wall Street analysts is forecasting low production and sales of iPhone X for the first fiscal quarter of 2018, others think the company is on its way to a $200 share price
  • DJI updates its drone app for the iPhone X
  • Slime, unicorns, memes and acronyms that defined 2017, as brought to you by Google

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


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iFixit teardown of iMac Pro lends a nuanced look...

As expected, iFixit has performed a thorough tear down the iMac Pro. This teardown comes on the heels of another look at the machine’s internals by third-party Mac accessory maker OWC. That initial look provided us with a great idea of what to expect from the iMac Pro’s internals, but in traditional iFixit fashion, the San Luis Obispo-based company provides us with a more nuanced glance inside Apple’s professional all-in-one. more…

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Snapchat ad views avg. one second, three second...

Snapchat has made quite a few changes over the last two months, including a major new redesign, new features, and also testing out some new ad models. Now, a new report says the social media service may force users to view ads for three seconds before skipping them.


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Apple Park office chairs cost nearly $1,200 apiece,...

Apple's new "spaceship" campus in Cupertino, Calif. is stocked mainly with one kind of office chair -- the Vitra Pacific, personally chosen by lead designer Jonathan Ive at a cost of $1,185 per unit, though the company likely paid less in its bulk order.

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Accessible Apple 2017-2018: The 12 Requests of...

An old-fashioned iSight camera on its laptop mount

This is the eighth post in our annual 12-part series covering the accessibility features we would like to see Apple bring to its products in the coming year. This series is being put together by Accessibility Editor Alex Jurgensen, with the help of several contributors.

For the eighth request of Christmas, we ask Apple to give to us:

8. A Camera Accessory and FaceTime App for the Apple TV

When Apple announced iPhone 4 and FaceTime at the 2010 Apple Keynote, it opened up the possibility for deaf and hard of hearing iPhone users to communicate over video calls using Sign Language. AT&T was quick to release it's video relay service, an app that connected iPhone users to telephone calls using a video call and a remote American Sign Language...

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Solving a Washed-Out Display Problem

Faced with a display that was getting whiter and brighter, Adam Engst finally realized that he had been inadvertently increasing the Display Contrast slider in the Accessibility preference pane via keyboard shortcuts.


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Dev-tools company joins Apple

We’re excited to share that the buddybuild team has joined the Xcode engineering group at Apple to build amazing developer tools for the entire iOS community.


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Apple looks to simplify development of iPhone apps...

Developer support service Buddybuild announced that it has ben acquired by Apple, where its personnel will join the Xcode team in creating developer tools for iOS apps.

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Apple acquires app development service Buddybuild to...

Apple has today purchased an app development service called Buddybuild. For now, there aren’t any details about how much Apple has paid for the company, but the firm did confirm the purchase to TechCrunch.


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GE expands its smart lighting lineup ahead of CES

GE announced several new smart home products, including a new smart wall switch, universal digital assistant ceiling fixtures, as well as improvements to its Sol lamp and C by GE smart light bulbs.

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GE expands its smart lighting lineup ahead of CES

GE announced several new smart home products, including a new smart wall switch, universal digital assistant ceiling fixtures, as well as improvements to its Sol lamp and C by GE smart light bulbs.

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Which Apple band(s) should you get for your new...

If you got an Apple Watch for Christmas, or you're looking to buy one on your own, there's a multitude of official bands to choose from. Which ones -- if any -- should you consider?

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How iPhone batteries work, and how Apple manages...

Lithium-ion batteries such as those found in nearly every smartphone and tablet are not little, indestructable homogenous power reactors. AppleInsider delves briefly into the construction and chemistry of them, and discusses how an old battery works against not only device manufacturers, but the users themselves.

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Analysts: iPhone X projections ‘still too high,’...

Just a week ago, a report came in that Apple would be reducing its iPhone X forecasts from 50M to 30M for Q1, causing a temporary drop in the price of AAPL shares. Now, one analyst believes that not only will Apple indeed post results closer to the rumored 30M mark, but is also concerned about iPhone sales across 2018. Conversely, another analyst puts AAPL’s target price at $200 with Apple trading for around $171/share currently.


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Avido unveils WiBa Wireless Charging System that...

Accessories producer Avido has revealed its WiBa Wireless Power Bank and Charging Dock ahead of CES, with the Qi-compatible power bank able to wirelessly charge an iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus on the move, and is capable of recharging itself via the accompanying dock.

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DJI for iOS now goes full screen on iPhone X, new...

Good news for DJI drone pilots using iPhone X as your controller’s viewfinder: DJI 4 for iOS now goes full screen on the larger 5.8-inch Super Retina display. DJI’s iPhone app has been letterboxed on the flagship iPhone since it launched in early November.


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