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Sunday September 20

Fission 2.2.5

Adds compatibility for OS X 10.11 El Capitan and improves file support for several different file types. ($29 new, free update, 14.1 MB)


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Volvo wants robots to help collect your garbage

To call garbage collection an inglorious job would be an understatement -- it typically involves early mornings, monotony and (of course) lots of smelly trash. It's the perfect sort of job for a robot, don't you think? Volvo agrees. It's partner...

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When journalism, virtual reality, and unclear App...

If you're a VR developer, options are limited and you need to rely on some gatekeepers.

Andrew Cunningham

Dan Archer is a graphic journalist who uses comics and immersive storytelling to report on human rights issues. His work can be found at ArchComix and Empathetic Media.

As virtual reality becomes cheaper and easier to access, the ways content developers might explore the new medium have expanded accordingly. For example, “virtual reality journalism”—a field I have focused on for the past few years—can enable immersive stories in which users put on a headset or use their smartphone to transport themselves inside a real-life scenario. Sometimes, they offer 360-degree camera footage from real locations like The Nepal Quake...

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Microsoft's next Band looks like something you...

Microsoft's original Band is many things to many people, but "fashion item" typically isn't one of them -- it looks less like a fitness device and more like a court-ordered probation tracker. You probably won't say that about the next generation, t...

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∞ The hidden connections in Quentin Tarantino’s films

Fan of Pulp Fiction? Reservoir Dogs? Kill Bill? Inglorious Basterds?

If you love any of these movies, I suspect you’ll dig the video below, which shows all sorts of connections woven between Tarantino’s films.

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The case of the missing Apple Watch Sport

A few days ago I was making my way to work, standing on BART. The train stopped, and the driver announced that we were going to be delayed for a minute or two. That’s when I decided to check the time on my Apple Watch.

One problem: my Watch wasn’t on my wrist.

I’ve never been a morning person, and my morning routine is always a blur in my mind, but I was pretty sure I put my Watch on before I left the house.

I looked on the train floor around me and didn’t see my Watch. I quickly realized that there was no chance of finding my Watch if it fell off after I left my house and before I got on the train. I resigned myself to the idea of it being gone almost immediately.

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Comparing iCloud's new lower prices to the...

iCloud just got cheaper. Apple announced price cuts September 9, but they went into effect for new subscribers on September 16. Apple still includes a paltry 5GB at its free tier, but it bumped its first paid tier at $0.99 per month from 20GB to 50GB. (Prices vary worldwide, and aren’t a straight conversion, as with most Apple fees.)

The 200GB tier is now $2.99 a month, a dollar cheaper than before. Apple dropped the 500GB tier entirely, but slashed the price for 1TB by $10 a month: it’s just $9.99 a month now. Subscribers at the 500GB tier are automatically upgraded to 1TB since the price is the same. You can downgrade or upgrade via Settings > iCloud > Manage Storage > Change Storage Plan or Buy More Storage.

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Saturday September 19

MRI scans used to create 3D-printed hearts for...

Heart surgeries could be so much safer if surgeons can see and feel an actual representation of the patient's organ before the procedure itself. A system developed by a group of researchers from MIT and Boston Children's Hospital might make that a...

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Apple starts shipping out iPhone 6s, 6s Plus...

Ahead of an official iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch on Sept. 25, Apple and partner wireless carriers began informing preorder customers on Saturday that their devices are now in transit, scheduled to arrive on Friday.

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Watch these drones build a rope bridge

One of the big selling points of drones is that they can get to areas that aren't exactly safe or accessible by humans. That's why watching quadrocopters assembling a rope bridge that's sturdy enough for a person to walk across is so damned awesome...

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Comparing Apple's 4th-gen Apple TV with the...

There's a new Apple TV coming in October, but before plunking down any hard-earned money, it's worth comparing it with other options out there like Amazon, Google, and Roku -- and even the older third-gen Apple TV.

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AVG says it can sell your browsing data in updated...

AVG has updated its privacy policy's language, and in the amended document, the security firm admits that it can "make money from [its] free offerings with non-personal data." These "non-personal" info include your device's brand, language and apps...

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Apple Pay gets ready to launch in China

Apple is thriving in China, so you can imagine that it's practically salivating at the thought of launching Apple Pay in the country -- and it looks like that may happen relatively soon. The state-backed newspaper Wenhui News has learned that Appl...

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The US and China want to set ground rules for...

Arms control treaties already do a lot to prevent extreme abuses of real-world weaponry, so why shouldn't they apply to virtual conflicts? The US and China certainly think that makes sense. According to sources speaking to the New York Times, the t...

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Microsoft and Others Mean Stiff Competition For...

MojoKid writes: When Microsoft first announced the Surface Pro back in 2012, many Apple fans snickered. Here was Microsoft, releasing a somewhat thick and heavy tablet that not only had a kickstand, but also an odd cover that doubled as a keyboard. And to top things off, the device made use of a stylus. Steve Jobs famously said in 2010, "If you see a stylus, they blew it." But Microsoft forged ahead with the Surface Pro 2, and later with the Surface Pro 3. Not only were customers becoming more aware of the Surface but competitors were also taking note. We've seen Lenovo introduce the ideapad MIIX 700, which incorporates its own kickstand and an Intel Skylake-based Core m7 processor. And most recently, we've seen Apple pull a literal 180 on this design and platform approach, announcing the iPad Pro — a device that features a fabric keyboard cover similar in concept to the Surface Pro and a stylus. Dell and ASUS have also brought compelling offerings to the table as well. However,...

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Edward Snowden held a secret chat with the actor...

Many actors in biographical movies will interview the real people they're portraying to get a feel for their mannerisms and values. However, Joseph Gordon-Leavitt is going the extra mile to make sure that he's correctly representing NSA whistleblo...

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Latest Xbox One test update is rolling out slowly,...

Heads up Dashboard Preview Program members: Microsoft's announced that invites for the opt-in Windows 10 update on Xbox One are rolling out right now. Check your inbox to see if you made the first wave of folks to the party, but don't get too excit...

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US regulator accepts bitcoin as a commodity

Virtual currencies like bitcoin just came one step closer to legitimacy in the US. As part of its first action against an unregistered bitcoin options trading outfit, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission has determined that digital currencies...

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Apple Watch to debut in Ireland, Austria &...

International expansion of the Apple Watch continues, with a trio of countries --?Ireland, Austria and Denmark -- to gain access to the wearable this coming Friday, Sept. 25.

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Gadget Ogling: Fresh Fires, Tablet Touches, and...

In case you didn't already know it, Amazon has designs on taking over your television, and Fire TV seems a strong competitor to the refreshed Apple TV. Fire TV's big advantage is that it can stream video in ultra high-definition 4K resolution, while Apple's device cannot. Nor can Roku or Chromecast. Fire TV also has voice control in the form of Alexa, which one could use to check the weather or sports scores while watching a show on Netflix. Storage is just 8 GB, but it's expandable with a memory card.

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How an independent art and technology festival...

When I told my friends and co-workers I was attending the XOXO Festival in Portland, Oregon, last weekend, I had a difficult time explaining what it was about. The event website describes it as an "experimental festival celebrating independently pr...

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Apple Watch to be available in Ireland, Denmark, and...

Following our report claiming that Apple Watch will launch in U.S. carrier stores later this month, Apple has now updated its regional websites to reveal that the device’s availability will soon be further expanded. Apple this morning updated its Austria, Denmark, and Ireland websites to reveal that Apple Watch will be available on September 25th. September 25th […]

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Video: Apple opens redesigned Brussels Apple Store,...

In Belgium, Apple has opened its first ‘next-gen’ redesigned Apple Store in Brussels. The store features huge glass panes that curve around the exterior. The store has also reduced its reliance on backlit screen panels. Instead, Apple is relying on a single huge screen that covers one wall which will serve many purposes, including retail training and product marketing. Inside, […]

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Review: Is Huawei Watch the first eye-catching...

Huawei Watch is beautiful. I know that’s a rather odd way to start out this review, but this is hands-down one of the best looking smart watches on the market. I suppose that opinion is somewhat subjective depending on your taste, but every little detail about Huawei Watch’s design is proof that there’s light at […]

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The Week in iPad Cases: Interested in what’s out... sleeves, keyboard cases, and more!

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features a revamped version of Apple’s Smart Cover, a functional all-in-one bag from Waterfield Designs, and freshly-announced options from Speck, Case Logic, Zagg, and more—with plenty of options for Apple’s latest iPad models.


Apple just released a new Smart Cover (iPad mini 4; $39) that’s specifically for the iPad mini 4. (Since the iPad mini 4 is significantly thinner than older versions of the iPad mini, your existing Smart Cover may not work properly with Apple’s newest member of the family.) 


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iPad Mini 4 review: A lighter, faster tablet with a...

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If you didn’t catch the introduction of the iPad Mini 4 at Apple’s product event earlier this month, don’t feel bad. The company announced the new tablet so quickly and with so little detail (and had so few of them available for press to play with afterward) that you could have sneezed and missed it.

Not that it isn’t understandable; the iPad Mini 4 is just one member of Apple’s third-highest-grossing product family, and there was...

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The week in Apple news: iOS 9 released, Apple TV...

Apple headlines for the week ending Sept. 18, 2015

The big news this past week was the release of iOS 9. This coming week, we should see the first shipments of the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Then, at the end of the month, Apple releases OS X El Capitan. It’s a busy September, so just in case you missed an important Apple headline, we have it right here in this slideshow. Want to get more details on a story? Click on the link.

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This week on AppleInsider: Apple Car progress, legal...

Even with a Sept. 9 press event in the rear-view mirror, major Apple stories kept on rolling this week -- particularly in the legal world, and in relation to the possibility of a self-driving car.

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Friday September 18

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iOS 9 Safari content blockers debut to demand,...

This week's launch of iOS 9 also marked the debut of optional content (read: mobile ad) blockers in Apple's Safari browser. The ensuing firestorm has led to a highly emotional debate over intrusive and annoying ads, versus the need for online publishers to make money in order to stay afloat.

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The Air Force will have combat lasers on its war...

The Army has its HEL-MD (not to mention is working on GI Joe-style rifles and minesweepers); the Navy put a battleship-mounted railgun aboard the USS Ponce; and within the next five years, the Air Force expects to have laser weapons of its very own...

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Apple's newly renovated campus store to sell...

Apple gave employees a first look at its new campus store on Friday, revealing an interior layout, aesthetic and product offering more in line current Apple Stores, with dashes of upcoming changes envisioned by retail chief Angela Ahrendts and CDO Jony Ive sprinkled throughout.

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Malware-ridden apps found in Apple's Chinese...

The iOS App Store is usually a trustworthy source of software. But as hackers tend to do, they found a way to get their nefarious wares into the China version of the software supermarket. By using altered versions of Apple' development tool Xcode t...

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Photos reveal iPhone 6s packaging variants as Apple...

Reportedly leaked photos out of the Far East show Apple is mixing things up for its iPhone 6s release with at least four different box art designs featuring colorful Betta fish. In related news, the company also started charging customer credit cards in preparation of next week's launch.

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AWT News Update: September 18, 2015

A short news update for a rushed Friday afternoon:

  • Developer Marco Arment pulls his Peace ad blocker from the App Store
  • The Apple Watch heart monitor has saved another life
  • A pro fashion photographer gives the iPhone 6s Plus camera rave reviews

Text version is below. Periscope and iOS 9 are not playing together well, so we have no video today.

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for September 18, 2015. Our sponsor this month is MacPaw, developers of CleanYourMac, Gemini, Hider 2, and Encrypto for Mac. Check out their apps on the web at

Two days after the iOS 9 content blocker Peace, by developer and podcaster Marco Arment, hit the App Store to great reviews...

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How to fix the iOS 9 'Slide to Upgrade'...

Since the release of iOS 9 this week, a number of users have reported an issue in which their devices are rendered useless by an unresponsive "Slide to Upgrade" screen that appears after installing the new operating system.

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Help bonsai trees bloom in the delightful iOS...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play. 

The minimalist art works in Prune’s favor: Go towards the light, little tree!

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iPhone 6s orders begin preparing for shipment, new...

Ahead of the Friday, September 25th retail launch of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple has begun preparing to ship orders of the new devices across the world. This stage in the Apple Online Store iPhone pre-ordering process indicates that Apple is packaging up units for shipment to customers for delivery next Friday and […]

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iOS 9 tips: Access Apple Pay's Wallet without...

iPhone 6 or 6 Plus users who upgrade to iOS 9 can now access non-default credit, debit and loyalty cards in their Apple Pay Wallet directly from the lock screen, with just two taps of the home button.

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Apple matches employee donations to help the...

Apple has stepped up to pledge money to ease the European refugee crisis.

According to Reuters, a message from Apple CEO Tim Cook posted on the company’s internal website on Friday announced that Apple would match all employee donations 2-to1. These donations will go directly to relief agencies helping the refugees in Europe. The iPhone maker is also soliciting donations from Apple customers to the Red Cross via its iTunes Store and App Stores.

In 2015 alone, almost half a million refugees have fled from civil war-torn Syria, Somalia, Yemen, Lybia, Afghanistan, Nigeria and other countries in crisis to seek asylum in Europe. Making it Europe’s most dire refugee situation since World War II.


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Apple promises aid to help Europe’s migrant crisis

Apple Inc is stepping up aid to the thousands of migrants that are streaming into Europe from war-torn countries, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook told employees in an internal message on Friday.

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Is your iPhone or iPad stuck on ‘Slide to Upgrade’...

Apple’s iOS 9 release went pretty smoothly all things considered, apart from initial server glitches and some performance issues on older devices. There was one big bug however, affecting a lot of people. After updating, the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch would freeze or get stuck on the ‘Slide to Upgrade’ screen. There was seemingly no way to get […]

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Apple gives iPhone 6s Plus camera a test drive at...

Apple’s new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus won’t officially arrive for customers until September 25th, but Apple is giving the upgraded camera on the devices a real world test drive at New York Fashion Week. It appears Apple handed over a few of the unreleased phones to Vogue and they enlisted photographer Kevin Lu to shoot […]

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Low: Live video texting

Thanks to Low for sponsoring The Loop this week. Low is live video texting you can do from anywhere without being overheard. More fun than plain texting. Less awkward than video chat.

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Blue Origin Rockets Into Cape Canaveral

Blue Origin on Tuesday announced plans to launch rockets from a Cape Canaveral launchpad, which it has leased from NASA. "The site saw its last launch in 2005, and the pad has stood silent for more than 10 years -- too long. We can't wait to fix that," said Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos, who is also the founder of Amazon. It's the sort of thing the folks at NASA like to hear. People are interested in space again, and a reboot of the space race is playing out between two of the commercial spaceflight industry's top players.

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Peace ad-blocker app pulled, developer offers...

One of the top apps on the App Store was just rescinded by its developer.

Developer Marco Arment has just pulled the Peace ad-blocker application from the App Store. Arment went on to offer the following explanation via his web site:

I’ve pulled Peace from the App Store. I’m sorry to all of my fans and customers who bought this on my name, expecting it to be supported for longer than two days. It’ll keep working for a long time if you already have it, but with no updates.

If you want a refund, here’s how you do that.

As I write this, Peace has been the number one paid app in the U.S. App Store for about 36 hours. It’s a massive achievement that...

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How to Turn iOS 9’s Keyboard Back to All Caps

iOS 9’s keyboard has a big change: the alphabetic key caps change case — they’re lowercase when typing lowercase, uppercase when Shift or Caps Lock is engaged. Android and Windows Phone keyboards have always done this.

I don’t like it, and I’m not alone.

The good news: You can turn this off and go back to the way the keyboard was meant to be, with all caps alphabetic keys all the time. The confusing part: For some reason, the setting for this is not in Settings: General: Keyboard. Instead, it’s in Settings: General: Accessibility: Keyboard.

Some people love this feature, so it’s great that it’s a setting. I dislike it because having the keys change automatically while I’m looking at the keyboard makes it look like it’s vibrating or flickering. I spent a week with the case-shifting enabled this summer (...

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48 hours after launch, iOS 9 adoption rate surpasses...

One of the amazing things about Apple controlling the hardware and software in its ecosystem is just how fast a new operating system can spread. Mixpanel's data shows that this morning, iOS 9 adoption reached 21.24 percent and it's still climbing. That's after only 48 hours of availability to the public.

By comparison, let's look at the sad, fragmented Android world. Android 5.0 (which arrived on November 13, 2014) and Android 5.1 (March 9, 2015) together as "Android Lollipop" make up 21 percent of the Android world.

What does this mean in practical terms? That almost a quarter of all iOS users are able to take advantage of the latest features of iOS 9 in just two days, while after ten months, the vast majority -- 79 percent -- of Android users are still using an...

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The Week in iOS Apps: These 20 apps are ready for...

iOS 9 blowout!

Great news! App developers are starting to update their apps to take advantage of iOS 9’s new features—like multitasking on the iPad, Spotlight search, and support for 3D Touch on the upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Here are some of the coolest ones.

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Inside iOS 9: Apple's iPad-only 'Picture...

With the release of iOS 9 this week, iPad owners can now shrink video and continue watching and listening while accomplishing other tasks, thanks to Apple's all-new Picture in Picture mode.

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War and Peace: Ad blocker dev Marco Arment pulls #1...

Apple’s support for building Safari ad blockers in iOS 9 was sure to be controversial as they negatively and directly impact writers/publications like us here at 9to5Mac and others that rely on advertising for revenue. And while a few ad blockers climbed the App Store’s top paid chart this week, the highest ranked Safari content blocker has been pulled […]

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Marco Arment pulls his iOS 9 ad blocker Peace from...

On Wednesday, Marco Arment launched an iOS 9 ad blocker called Peace. But it didn’t bring him enough peace, and so on Friday he pulled it from the App Store. It’ll keep working for people who already bought it, but he isn’t planning to update it anymore.

Anyone interested in a refund can visit Log in with the Apple ID you use to make purchases, click Apps in the toolbar to filter to just your app purchases, click “Report a Problem” next to your purchase of Peace, and fill out the form.

No Peace

This is a surprising move, since Peace had actually taken the No. 1 spot on the App Store’s paid charts. That means for the last 36 hours it had outsold perennially popular apps like Minecraft, Angry Birds, Dark Sky, and Sleep Clock. At $3 a pop (before Apple’s 30 percent cut), Arment must have walked away with a pretty decent...

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Marco pulls Peace from the App Store: “Just doesn’t...

Read on for links to Marco’s explanation and Rene Ritchie’s article on the refund process.

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Apple’s new company store to sell devices for the...

Update: Images of the new store’s facade below via @MikesiOSHelp and @thequinntaylor. With Apple’s redesigned company store set to open this weekend, details of changes to the new store have been highlighted in a memo to employees (via MacMagazine). Among the changes, the new Apple company store will for the first time sell Apple devices including […]

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How to update to watchOS 2... whenever that may...

Apple Watch owners have been anxious to get their hands on watchOS 2, which was pulled at the last minute on Wednesday (September 16) because of bugs that were apparently taking longer to fix than expected. On the off chance that it happens today, or perhaps over the weekend when the AWT team is resting up for the iPhone 6s unboxing next Friday, here is how to update to watchOS 2. watchOS updates are done in a different manner from what we're used to with iOS and OS X updates, so here's what to expect.

Prep work

OK, so the Twitter feeds start lighting up with "OMG watchOS 2 is here!" tweets. Here's how to get started:

  1. Make sure your iPhone has been updated to iOS 9
  2. Make sure that your iPhone and Apple Watch are talking to each other (simple way to do that -- just bring your iPhone over to your Watch charger)
  3. Check the charge level on your Watch and make sure it has at least a 50 percent charge. To check, just swipe up...
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iOS 9 passes 21% adoption, one ups last year’s...

In just 48 hours, Apple has managed to push iOS 9 to more than 21% of iOS devices, according to the latest data from Mixpanel. That just so happens to be the same percentage of phones that Google recently announced are running the latest version of its mobile OS, Android Lollipop. But unlike iOS 9 which was […]

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iPad Mini 4 teardown: Shrunken battery, double RAM

With the iPad Mini 4, Apple is continuing its trend of downsizing the battery without downgrading battery life.

That’s one of the main takeaways from iFixit’s teardown of the iPad Mini 4 . Apple’s latest 7.9-inch tablet uses a 5,124 mAh single-cell battery, compared to a 6,471 mAh double-cell battery on the iPad Mini 3. Despite the size difference, Apple still promises the same 10-hour battery on Wi-Fi model, and 9 hours on cellular networks.


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Apple meets with California DMV, hinting that public...

Apple met with California’s Department of Motor Vehicles in August to discuss self-driving vehicles, which means an Apple-branded electric car might be closer to hitting the road than previously expected.

The Guardian caught wind of the meeting from DMV documents, and confirmed with the department’s officials that “the Apple meeting was to review DMV’s autonomous vehicle regulations.”

The California DMV doesn’t exactly have self-driving car regulations, but it’s working to establish guidelines manufacturers to follow before releasing their autonomous cars to the public. As you can imagine, a self-driving car needs to be rigorously tested and undergo safety certifications before it hits the streets. According to The Guardian, the California DMV missed its early 2015 deadline for drafting the regulations, but the department is issuing...

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Leak: Chromecast continues Apple TV assault w/ new...

According to internal Google documents that 9to5Google has obtained, huge updates to the Chromecast platform — in almost every respect — are just around the corner. The long-rumored 2nd generation Chromecast hardware is set to debut at Google’s event later this month with several brand new features, including “Chromecast Audio,” Spotify support (finally!), a brand new Chromecast companion […]

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9to5Toys Last Call: Free App of the Week, Brother...

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: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Last Call Updates: GoPro HERO3+ Silver Action Camera: $219 shipped (Reg. $300) The all-in-one Bruvelo Coffeemaker hits Kickstarter with a lofty goal and slim […]

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T-Mobile starts selling Apple’s new iPad mini 4 w/...

Competitively pricing Apple’s new tablet, T-Mobile has opened up orders on the LTE-enabled models of the iPad mini 4. Pricing starts at $529 full retail, with $0 down finance options available to well-qualified buyers. From today, customers can order the latest 4G-capable mini from T-Mobile’s online store in all three colors and storage capacities. 16GB – […]

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Appeals Court Bans Features From Older Samsung Phones

walterbyrd writes with news that Apple has finally emerged victorious in a long-standing patent case against Samsung — though it's more of a moral victory than a practical one. Samsung is no longer allowed to sell some of its older phones unless the company disables features that infringe upon Apple patents. "The market impact will likely be limited, since the lawsuit was filed in 2012 and covers products that came out that year, like the Galaxy S3. Furthermore, software updates to Samsung software mean that the patents may not be infringed anymore. For instance, Samsung's Android phones no longer use a 'slide to unlock' feature on the bottom of the phone. In dissent, U.S. Circuit Judge Sharon Prost paints a sharply different picture (PDF) from the majority. 'This is not a close case,' she writes, noting that Apple's patents cover a spelling correction feature it doesn't use, and two others cover 'minor features' out of 'many thousands.'"


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AppleInsider podcast answers your questions about...

On this week's AppleInsider podcast, Mikey and Neil discuss the iOS 9 release, your favorite features, our experiences with it, and Neil's wish to replace his MacBook Pro with an iPad Pro. We also discuss iPhone 6s launch sales, and the rumored Apple Car causing a migration of employees from Tesla.

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Deals: B&H's mega 2015 MacBook sale knocks...

Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo on Friday launched an aggressive MacBook sale, knocking up to $150 off 12" MacBooks, up to $150 off 2015 13" MacBook Pros, up to $200 off 2015 15" MacBook Pros, and between $270 and $600 off MacBook Pro closeouts.

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Apple now accepting Red Cross donations for migrant...

In the wake of the migrant crisis, Apple has Apple has added a banner to its U.S. website that allows customers to donate to the American Red Cross through the iTunes Store to support the refugee and migration crisis across the Mediterranean Sea and Europe.

Users can donate in tiers of US$5, US$10, US$25, US$50, US$100 and US$200.

The donations are processed as regular iTunes Store transactions with the entire proceeds going to the American Red Cross. Apple has ran American Red Cross donation campaigns several times in the past for crises such as the 2015 Nepal earthquake, 2013 Philippines typhoon, 2012 Hurricane Sandy, 2011 Japan tsunami and 2010...

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iOS 9 includes new iCloud Drive app, 6-digit...

This week's launch of iOS 9 brings a slew of small but important new features for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. They include an all-new app for viewing iCloud Drive content, support for more complex six-digit passcodes, and a series of tweaks and improvements.

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Freezing time

I’m no physicist but, if I read this correctly, it is possible under certain circumstances to FREEZE TIME. Holy crikey. The mind reels.

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Amazon Updates Fire Tablets and Streaming Devices

Amazon has just updated nearly its entire Fire line of tablets and streaming boxes with a host of new features, all while sharply undercutting Apple on price. Maybe the biggest news: You now can buy cheap Fire tablets in six-packs.


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De facto veto power

John Gruber lays out a nice chain of logic that explains why Safari (and through it, Apple) does not control the web. Instead, it has the same veto power as the other web standard bearers.

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iFixit posts iPad mini 4 teardown, notes iPad Air 2...

The cool cats at iFixit just tore into the newly-released iPad mini 4 and found that it’s essentially the iPad Air 2 components squeezed into a smaller form factor.

The new tablet uses the iPad Air 2’s fully laminated screen technology, which lends itself to a thinner design. The glass and display are adhered together, giving it a more rigid design and making screen repairs more difficult. iFixit also notes that the iPad mini has retained a battery design that makes it easy to disconnect, unlike the battery found in the larger iPads. Another small similarity between the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 is that the Touch ID cable is now integrated directly into...

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What to play this weekend: Super Happy Fun Block

I spent last weekend at the Boston Festival of Indie Games and played many super games. A real standout was Super Happy Fun Block (universal, $2.99), a side-scrolling puzzle game that's cute, fun and challenging. Its hero is a bulbous little guy you can't help but root for as you guide him from puzzle to puzzle, building and destroying as you go. Here's our look at indie gem, Super Happy Fun Block.


Super Happy Fun Block (let's call it SHFB) is a side-scroller with some puzzles tossed in. It's got a fun, hand-drawn look that reminds me of the stuff I scribbled in notebooks while bored to tears in sixth grade. It reminds me of the charming (and now defunct) Parachute Panic. The main character has a few cute facial expressions to watch out for, too. Note when...

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Apple meets California officials to discuss self-...

Really looking forward to watching this (still alleged) project unfold.

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Apple accepting donations on iTunes to support Red...

In the past, Apple has used the iTunes Store as a way to raise money for relief efforts around the world, and this week the company is asking customers to donate to help out people affected by the Syrian refugee crisis. The special iTunes Store page can be found here. 

Past efforts by Apple and the American Red Cross have raised relief funds for the 2015 Nepal earthquake, the 2013 typhoon in the Philippines, Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in 2011, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake. 

All of the proceeds from donations are sent to the American Red Cross. Donation levels include $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, and $200.  

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How to share your exact physical location with...

If you’ve never dug into the details of sharing your location, this writeup by Chris Hoffman for How-To Geek is worth reading, bookmarking, and passing along.

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De Facto Veto Power

Thom Holwerda posted a link on OSNews to my comments about Apple effectively having veto power over new web technologies. He didn’t add much commentary, other than:

What could possibly go wrong.

I’ll save you a link hover — “wrong” links to Wikipedia’s entry on IE 6.

The comments on Holwerda’s piece are interesting, insofar as they convey the frustration of those who resent Apple’s position.

It has nagged me ever since the “Safari Is the New IE” debate erupted a few months ago that there’s a simple, succinct, counterargument. I just couldn’t put my finger on it. Reading Holwerda’s post yesterday...

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Apple gearing up for rollout of Apple Pay to China...

Apple is one step closer in its plans to take Apple Pay into the company’s second-largest market, China. The WSJ reports that Apple has created a company in the Shanghai free-trade zone specifically to operate its Apple Pay business in the country, and seeded it with $13.4M of capital. The Apple Inc. entity, named Apple Technology Service […]

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This seems appropriate now: The Banksy Coke ad

An image from a few years ago, an ad created by Banksy, so appropriate now.

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∞ Here’s one way to test your content blocker

Here’s a simple test you can run to see how well your content blocker handles ad-versity (sorry!).

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Apple invites Red Cross donations through iTunes to...

With the number of refugees now fleeing war-torn Syria reaching into the hundreds of thousands, Apple is inviting customers to donate to the Red Cross through a splash page on the iTunes Store. There are donate buttons for amounts ranging from $5 to $200 in the U.S. store, and for similar sums in other countries. […]

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Apple opens up iTunes donations to help migrant...

Apple on Friday placed a link banner on its website, encouraging people to donate to the American Red Cross via iTunes to alleviate the ongoing migrant crisis spanning Europe and the Mediterranean.

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∞ And so it begins

With a content blocker enabled, I followed a link to a story on What I saw was not pretty.

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IBM, Apple to release 10 more iOS-based apps for...

IBM will soon release 10 more iOS-based MobileFirst apps developed with Apple for companies in China, reports Yesky, a Chinese IT consumers portal.

The apps are designed for connection and streamlining of workflow in airlines, finance, retail, healthcare and other sectors, according to the report (as noted by, a global investment newswire).

IBM said it has released 32 mobile enterprise apps worldwide and the number will reach 100 by the end of the year. In July 2014 Apple and IBM announced an exclusive partnership designed to transform enterprise mobility through a new class of business apps — bringing IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to the iPhone and iPad. 

The companies say IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions will be built in an exclusive collaboration: IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities, with the power of more than 100,000 IBM industry and domain...

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Apple execs reportedly met with California DMV about...

Apple executives have reportedly discussed their plans for an “autonomous vehicle” with officials at California’s department of motor vehicles (DMV).

According to documents obtained by The Guardian, Mike Maletic, a senior legal counsel at Apple, had an hour-long meeting on Aug. 17 with the department’s self-driving car experts Bernard Soriano, DMV deputy director, and Stephanie Dougherty, chief of strategic planning, who are co-sponsors of California’s autonomous vehicle regulation project, and Brian Soublet, the department’s deputy director and chief counsel. The department wouldn't comment on what was discussed at the August meeting, beyond saying that “the Apple meeting was to review [the] DMV’s autonomous vehicle regulations.”

The article also says that Apple has appointed an engineering program manager (EPM) to Project Titan. EPMs generally arrive on an Apple project...

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It turns out we may not have really seen Apple’s...

While Apple’s new Move to iOS app appeared to be the company’s first ever Android app, Phandroid did some digging around in the code to discover that it in fact appears to be just a rebadged third-party app called Copy My Data. If we take a look under the hood of Apple’s Move to iOS app, […]

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Poll: Some users reporting sluggishness and crashes...

Along with the new features, iOS 9 promised an improvement to the ‘foundation’ of iOS with performance boosts and battery usage improvements across the system. However, as always seems to happen with new versions of iOS, not all users are satisfied. There have been many reports that iOS 9 is causing lagginess, especially on older hardware such as […]

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Apple’s never-ending court cases continue with extra...

Apple has scored a belated additional victory against Samsung in its endless patent trial battle with the smartphone rival. Apple had originally asked the court for two remedies: financial compensation, and an injunction forbidding Samsung from continuing to sell devices which infringed its patents. The court said yes to the first, no to the second. As […]

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Self-driving Apple car may be 'almost ready for...

California laws and regulations for self-driving cars may force Apple's "Project Titan" out of the shadows and into the public view, and sooner than some may have expected, according to a new report.

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Apple Dresses iOS to the Nines

Apple on Thursday released iOS 9, the latest version of its mobile operating system. Although more evolutionary than revolutionary, it has some useful additions. The good news is that iOS 9 works on much of Apple's existing hardware. If your device can run iOS 8, it should be able to run iOS 9. However, some of the software's features are available only on the newest iOS devices -- the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and the iPad Pro. I installed the new OS on all of my Apple devices without much of a hitch. Apple Pay fans will find this version of iOS very friendly.

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Documents and DMV discussions indicate that Apple...

The Guardian is reporting that Apple legal representatives met with California’s department of motor vehicles to discuss regulations about self-driving cars. On record, the DMV told The Guardian that “the Apple meeting was to review DMV’s autonomous vehicle regulations”. This news follows reports that Apple is searching for a private road-testing site for its ‘Apple Car’ electric vehicle project. More interestingly, The Guardian claims to […]

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iOS 9 power-saving tactics include cutting display...

Better battery life is an Apple priority for iOS 9, and to that end the company has adopted extreme attention to detail, implementing things like face-down power restrictions, a Low Power mode, and a dedicated menu in the Settings app with more granular detail.

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Sprint follows T-Mobile in expanding low-cost...

Following T-Mobile’s announcement yesterday that it has expanded its Simple Global program, which provide inclusive data and texts while travelling, Sprint has made a similar move with its Open World plan, adding an additional 33 destinations. Sprint now offers free calls and texts, plus 1GB of free data, in 14 countries. A further 50 countries get free […]

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We need better game controllers for the Mac

At its 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference Apple held a session about support for dedicated third-party gaming controllers for iOS devices as part of its MFi Program (“Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad”). At the time I thought it might mean better game controller support for the Mac, but so far that hasn't happened.

Many of us have a games console (or two) at home and love the use of joysticks, gamepads, etc. They’re easy to use. Hardcore computer gamers say that nothing beats the precision of a keyboard and mouse, but some of us prefer a dedicated game controller.

It is possible to use PlayStation and Xbox controllers with your Mac. However, you’ll have to use software such as Joystick Mapper, GamePad, etc. As useful as these utilities are, they can be cumbersome to set up, as they involve installing software, configuring keystrokes to a particular game controller, and more.

Wouldn’t it be nice if Macs came with built-in game...

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You light up my life: the Satechi Flexible LED Desk...

If you need a cool desk lamp to go with your Mac desktop set-up — or anywhere else in your home or office — the Satechi: Flexible LED Desk Lamp looks good, works great, and even sports a USB port.

The US$60 device isn't your run-of-the-mill lamp. It's programmed with five different brightness levels to accommodate a variety of work or study conditions. it sports a touch sensitive lamp that allows you to control the level of brightness — or turn the lamp on or off — with the touch of a button. Tap the touch-sensitive control button to turn on the lamp, and hold it down to adjust the brightness. Tap again to turn the lamp off.

When it's first turned on, the Flexible LED Desk Lamp shines at its brightest level. Press and hold down the touch-sensitive control button and the brightness level will reduce down incrementally to five levels. Once you have the appropriate (for you)...

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MacUpdate’s Fall Bundle is back and it’s better than ever. With a value of over $550 and priced at $49.99, this is an offer you simply can’t beat. With 10 of the best titles for the Mac, including ExpanDrive 5, DEVONthink, iMazing, and Toast 14, there’s something for everyone. The bundle won’t last long, so grab it today!

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Apple rebranded existing Android app for 'Move...

An inspection of code in Apple's "Move to iOS" migration tool for Android users, its first app for Google's mobile operating system, reveals the title might be a simple rebranding of software already on offer in the Google Play Store.

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NFL Commentators Still Calling Microsoft's...

AmiMoJo writes: Back in 2013, Microsoft inked a $400 million deal with the NFL to promote the Surface. Unfortunately for Microsoft, commentators and even players couldn't help themselves from referring to the tablets as iPads. Last year, announcers referred to the Surface as an "iPad-like tablet,", while Chicago Bears quarterback called them "knockoff iPads". It happened on more than one occasion, and while you can bet that Microsoft and the NFL have been in talks with announcers and players about the goof, little progress is being made. This year, the problem persists.


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Teardown of Apple's iPad mini 4 reveals 5,...

A teardown of Apple's new iPad mini 4 shows the tablet is indeed a shrunken hybrid version of last year's iPad Air 2, but comes with a few surprises like a slightly tweaked component layout.

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Apple iPad mini 4 unboxing and comparison [Video]

This wasn’t discussed much in the official announcement, but the iPad mini 4 is a pretty nice step above its predecessor with enhancements in a few key areas that definitely make a difference. The major things you need to know about with this iPad mostly falls in line with Apple’s upgrade patterns: thinner, lighter, faster. […]

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