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Monday October 2

14:45
ExtraBITS for 2 October 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, Twitter has seemingly dropped its Apple Watch app, the FCC wants Apple to enable radio chips that don’t exist, Apple explains Face ID security details, Twitter is experimenting with doubling its character limit, Siri goes back to using Google searches, and it turns out that you can pair a cellular-capable Apple Watch Series 3 with an Android phone, though doing so is a bad idea.

 

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14:32
Apple to report Q4 2017 earnings on Nov. 2, first...




Apple on Monday announced it will reveal quarterly earnings for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2017 on on Nov. 2, with the forthcoming expected to include a slight boost from iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sales.

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14:30
After Las Vegas shooting, Facebook and Google get...

The worst mass shooting in modern US history took place last night in Las Vegas, where a gunman killed at least 58 people and injured more than than 515 others, according to the latest reports. Not long after the unfortunate event, Facebook and Googl...

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14:28
Tim Cook is third on Vanity’s Fair’s 2017 ‘New...

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the third spot on Vanity Fair’s 2017 “New Establishment” list, a ranking of “of tech savants, moguls, financiers, and entertainers, among others." That’s up from 11th in 2016. Ahead of him on the list are Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (second place) and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Here’s what Vanity Fair has to say about Cook: “CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT: 

With a market cap north of $800 billion, Apple is on track to be a trillion-dollar company.

“RARE DISPLAY OF MORTALITY: As consumers reject the new MacBook Pro and Apple arrives late to the game with HomePod, an Echo wannabe, the company is clinging to the iPhone for more than half of its revenue—an inauspicious strategy, since phone sales are predicted to decline.

“MORTIFYING TRUMP MOMENT: Cook showed up at Trump Tower in December to kiss the ring, then went to the White House in June to try to...

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14:15
Ireland faces EU rebuke for not yet collecting Apple...

Ireland faces a rebuke from European Union authorities for failing to collect a year-old tax bill of as much as 15 billion euros (about US$17.6 billion) from Apple, reports Bloomberg.

The European Commission, Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency,  may issue a “non-compliance action as soon as this week,” the article adds, quoting an unnamed “person with knowledge of the matter.” The EU has pushed Ireland to collect the money, which was initially due by Jan. 3.

The EU claims that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big companies avoid tax in other countries, including EU members. The commission suspects Ireland was too lenient in rulings it gave to Apple and which helped the company shield tens of billions of dollars in profit from taxation. At 12.5%,...

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14:11
Microsoft gives up on Groove Music, switches...

Microsoft still isn't having much luck competing in the digital music realm. The software behemoth has announced that it's axing its Groove Music services (streaming, purchases and re-downloads) after December 31st, 2017. And unlike in the past, th...

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13:59
Apple announces Q4 2017 earnings release for...

Apple today has scheduled its Q4 2017 earnings call as noted on its Investor Relations webpage. Apple will release its Q4 earnings on November 2nd with a call following shortly thereafter at 2PM PT/5PM ET.

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13:56
Feature Request: Apple should color match all...

Apple has made white accessories a signature design since the white earbuds dangled from the white iPod in 2001. The company even made a whole ad campaign out of the instantly recognizable white cord.

Since then, its cables, adapters, and other accessories have generally followed that trend. With the darker space gray color available as a default on iPhones, iPads, and even MacBooks nowadays, the standard white accessories have started to look cheap and tacky and not iconic for many customers.

Apple currently offers very few accessories in black, leaving that to third-party vendors (or as premium exclusives with the upcoming iMac Pro). I believe black should be standard.

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13:56
Ireland could face fine for dragging heels on back...




The European Commission is set to penalize Ireland with a "non-compliance action" for failing to collect up to $17.6 billion in back taxes from Apple, owed after the Commission found the Irish government brokered unfair deals that constituted illegal state aid.

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13:21
Tom Petty dead at 66

Tom Petty, the rocker best known as the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, is dead at 66, CBS News has confirmed.

Much respect, Tom.

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12:48
Google rumored to be working on 'Made for...




Google is allegedly creating a "Made for Google" certification system resembling Apple's "Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod" program, known as MFi for short.

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12:41
Isn’t it about time for more fun with iMessages?...

Indie developers are the lifeblood of the Apple app ecosystem, and one of our favorite indie companies is It’s About Time Products. The company markets a large variety of iOS, watchOS, and macOS apps that cover the gamut from photography and productivity apps and utilities for Mac to fun iMessage apps. The latter category includes Color Text Bubbles on iMessage (free with in-app purchase), an iMessage app that can turn your texts from boring to WOW and Word Swipe (free with in-app purchase), a fun iMessage word game that you can play with friends. We’re happy to say that It’s About Time Products is our sponsor for the upcoming five weeks, and today our focus in on Color Text Bubbles and Word Swipe!

Color Text Bubbles

Are you bored with...

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12:23
Carbon Copy Cloner 5: The best backup utility for...

Thanks to Bombich Software for sponsoring The Loop this week. Bombich Software has released Carbon Copy Cloner 5, an upgrade to its bootable backup software for macOS. The upgrade features scheduled task grouping and sorting, guided setup and restore, task history trend charts, a health check for backups, advanced file filtering, and includes hundreds of improvements and fixes.

Carbon Copy Cloner 5 requires macOS 10.10 or later and will be compatible with APFS and Apple’s macOS 10.13 High Sierra release this autumn. A full-featured thirty day trial version is available.

Carbon Copy Cloner is an app that I’ve used for years, in fact, since it was first released. The new version goes a long way to make the software easier to use, while still adding more advanced features.

You can get 15% off Carbon Copy Cloner until September 3 by using the code LOOPINSIGHT at checkout.

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12:03
Ireland may receive non-compliance fine as a part of...

In the latest update on the investigation of Apple’s tax affairs in Ireland and the subsequent EU fine of €13-15 billion, Ireland could soon also be slapped with its own fine.

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11:50
High Sierra's Disk Utility Does Not Recognize...

macOS 10.13's Disk Utility 17.0 (1626) does not recognize raw drives, reads a blog post, shared by several readers. From the post: Diskutil does recognize the drive. We'll use it to perform a quick, cursory format (e.g., diskutil eraseDisk JHFS+ NewDisk GPT disk0) to make the disk appear in Disk Utility, where further modifications can more easily be made. Plugging in an unformatted external drive produces the usual alert, "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer. Initialize... | Ignore | Eject", but clicking Initialize just opens Disk Utility without the disk appearing. There's an option in Disk Utility to view "all devices," but clicking that doesn't show raw disks, the blog post adds.


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11:33
New version of LG Display Manager available for...




LG has released a new version of its utility for owners of the company's UltraFine displays for High Sierra, bringing improvements to USB connectivity, the built-in web camera, and the integrated speakers.

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11:20
Interarchy 10.0.7

Adds compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and now requires 10.10 Yosemite or later. ($64 new, free update, 5.7 MB)

 

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11:10
Ask Slashdot: Why Would Anyone Want To Spend $1,000...

Last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the $1,000 sticker price for the base model of iPhone X, the latest flagship smartphone from the company which goes on sale next month, is "a value price for the technology that you're getting." An anonymous reader writes: I simply don't understand why anyone would want to spend such amount on a phone. Don't get me wrong. Having a smartphone is crucial in this day and age. I get it. But even a $200 phone, untethered from any carrier contract, will let you install the apps you need, will allow you to take good pictures, surf the web, and listen to music. That handset might not be as fast as the iPhone X or Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8, or it might not be able to take as great pictures, but the difference, I feel, doesn't warrant an additional $800. The reader shares a column: When considering a purchase, comparing the value a product will add to our lives, and its cost is wise. Subjective perceptions affect how we value possessions, but let's...

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11:03
New 'Local Data Mode' coming soon to iOS...




Following complaints from the public and the U.S. Department of Defense, DJI has rolled out a Local Data Mode update to prevent controlled drones from connecting to the internet, and sharing location information with servers located throughout the world -- including China.

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10:47
LG UltraFine gets High Sierra update to improve...

The latest version of Apple’s Mac operating system, High Sierra, was released last week and includes a ton of new features and performance enhancements. It’s full of tweaks to essential apps like Safari, but the remarkable stuff is under-the-hood: a brand-new file system, as well as the groundwork for virtual-reality experiences. Today, LG’s UltraFine monitors are getting a High Sierra update to improve performance and features on MacBooks, made possible thanks to Apple’s new release. 

When updating to a new major release of macOS, it’s always a little nerve-wracking to see which of your third-party accessories and software play nice with the new update. Sometimes you’ll need to download even more software to ensure smooth compatibility for the rest of your system, including the inevitable bug fixes and firmware updates. 

To make things as smooth as possible...

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10:47
Apple chip supplier TSMC preps first-ever 3-...




Signalling likely improvements in the performance and size of Apple products, Apple processor manufacturer TSMC on Monday announced plans to establish the world's first 3-nanometer production facility.

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10:40
Ring takes on Nest with competitively priced ‘...

Ring, the company behind the popular video doorbells, has announced its latest product, a security system called “Ring Protect”. The new product will go head to head with Nest’s new “Secure” system, although Ring has priced its new product significantly below Nest.

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09:53
KGI: Despite production delays, TrueDepth camera...

A new report from KGI today includes a drop in the firm’s estimate for 2017 iPhone X shipments, its forecast for 2018-2019 performance, and how far behind Android devices are all thanks to Apple’s new TrueDepth camera system. This powers the new facial recognition and tracking system for Face ID unlocking, Animoji, and more.

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09:42
Analyst: iPhone X production could be limited to 30...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has reduced his forecast for iPhone X units this year to 30 million to 35 million units.

It’s certainly not a lack of demand. The analyst says its due to limited production issues for the smartphone’s TrueDepth Camera, which enables Face ID.

"As issues with the production of TrueDepth Camera can potentially be overcome in a few months, we have full confidence in iPhone's growth prospects in the high-end smartphone market in 2018-19," Kuo wrote.

FaceID uses a TrueDepth camera system made up of a dot projector, infrared camera and flood illuminator, and is powered by A11 Bionic to accurately map and recognize a face. These advanced depth-sensing technologies work together to securely unlock iPhone, enable...

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09:33
Apple releases ARM-ready source code for XNU kernels...

Apple has released ARM-ready source code for the XNU kernels found in iOS and macOS, “marking a first for iOS, and possibly showing off some of the groundwork for Macs with ARM-based processors,” reports AppleInsider. The code is available through a GitHub repository.

XNU is the computer operating system kernel developed and used by Apple in macOS. It’s been released as free and open-source software as part of the Darwin operating system. XNU is also used as the kernel for the iOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems.

In computing, the 'kernel' is the central component of most computer operating systems; it is a bridge between applications and the actual data processing...

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09:29
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 2017 9.7-inch iPad $290,...

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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09:23
Over half of those planning to buy an iPhone X want...

More than half of the folks who plan to purchase the iPhone X will go with the higher priced 256GB model, according to a new survey by RBC Capital Markets — as noted by MacRumors. 

Of the 832 individuals surveyed, 28% plan to purchase iPhone X as their next smartphone. An additional 20% of respondents said they intend to buy an iPhone 8 Plus, while 17% will go for the iPhone 8. 

The remaining 35% plan to purchase an older model, ranging from iPhone 6s to iPhone 7 Plus, according to RBC Capital Markets. The research firm says 43% of prospective buyers interested solely in a new iPhone plan to buy an purchase an iPhone X, while 32% are eyeing the iPhone 8 Plus.

Ordering for the iPhone X will start on Oct. 27, and they’ll be shipping Nov. 3 (though quantities are expected to be very limited). The iPhone X will come in 64GB and 256GB models for $999 and $1,149, respectively.

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09:14
Make your work with PDFs easier with the Mac PDF...

Do you need to work with a lot of PDF files in your work or day-to-day life? Then you need the Mac PDF Processing Bundle from Cisdem, which we're selling at 78 percent off the usual $139.96 price tag for only $29.99. Here's what you get:

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09:13
TrueDepth Camera with Face ID could limit Apple...




Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has slashed his forecast for iPhone X shipments this fall to between 30 million and 35 million units, though he also told investors that any negative reaction to production issues could make for an attractive opportunity to buy more shares of AAPL.

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09:13
Hands-on: Best fast charger options for iPhone 8 and...

The iPhone 8 and the upcoming iPhone X both support fast charging via Apple’s 29W USB-C adapter and USB-C to Lightning Cable. Apple says that by using fast charging, your iPhone can charge up to 50% in as little as 30 minutes.

Unfortunately, the official first party charging accessories — its 29W USB-C Power Adapter ($49), and its 1-meter USB-C to Lightning Cable ($25) — cost nearly $75 combined. That’s a lot of money to spend on a fast charging solution, especially for one that isn’t exceedingly faster than Apple’s own 12W adapter + a regular USB to Lightning cable.

The good news is that earlier this week Apple noted that third-party power adapters...

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09:10
Deals: 2017 15" MacBook Pro for $2,199 ($200...




Apple authorized resellers are kicking off October with instant and coupon discounts on popular Mid 2017 MacBooks. Pick up a 15" for $2,199 ($200 off) with coupon, or opt for the 13" Touch Bar with 512GB of storage for $1,849. Apple's 12" MacBooks are also $100 to $125 off with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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09:05
Safeway says Apple Pay rolling out across US stores...




Grocery chain Safeway has confirmed that it's currently spreading Apple Pay to its 912 U.S. stores, a process it expects to last through the month of October.

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09:02
Inside iOS 11: New security feature allows users to...




Apple's iOS 11 includes a new security feature, with a few button presses making it impossible to unlock your phone with Touch ID, as well as giving a quick option to dial 911. Here's how to use it.

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08:43
Roku takes on Apple TV with new 4K Streaming Media...

September delivered us a handful of new 4K streaming media players from Apple and Amazon both. Today, Roku is kicking off October with a fresh 4K streaming stick alongside a host of other set-top boxes. Roku typically updates its lineup in the fall and continued that trend following its successful IPO last week.

Along with today’s new releases, the top-of-the-line Roku Ultra is getting a fresh price drop along with the unveiling of OS 8. Full details just below.

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08:24
Boston Children's Hospital's Dock Health...




A new iPhone and iPad app deployed at the Boston Children's Hospital aims to cut back on the pile of physical paper generated by healthcare as part of doing business -- and increase the amount of time that physicians and other caregivers can spend taking care of patients.

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08:02
Roku unveils $70 Streaming Stick+ with 4K & HDR...




Roku on Monday announced a new lineup of video streaming devices and software, led the by Streaming Stick+, an upgraded version of its portable player with support for 4K resolution and high dynamic range (HDR).

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07:42
iOS 11: Secret features you’re probably not using

Not sure about the secret part, but this is an excellent list of little known and very useful features.

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07:40
The “truth” about Amazon Prime Video on Apple TV

Reddit post from an account named AmazonVideoEngineer:

Wanted to make this throwaway account after yesterday’s debacle. I saw many people get upset so I wanted to issue this warning: do not expect Amazon to launch before October 26th. The app is done, and has been done for months already. However there are a lot of politics going on beyond my pay grade that are pushing the launch back. And just to clarify, October 26 is the earliest I would expect it. Launch could be pushed well into November.

No way to know if this is fake or not, but it is definitely interesting. Read the whole page for back and forth questions with the alleged engineer. Fascinating. Take with a grain of salt.

UPDATE: I’ve been asked about the reference to “yesterday’s debacle”. I am still looking for a response, but I believe the reference is to last week when Amazon dropped the Apple TV from Amazon.com. As of this post, the Apple TV is still MIA on Amazon’s site.

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07:37
Why Apple should buy Sony

Frederic Filloux, Monday Note:

Access to superior image sensors, a giant entertainment library and the PlayStation ecosystem… By any measure, Apple acquiring Sony makes a lot of sense.

I’ve heard this argument floated before, but without the “access to superior image sensors” logic. Camera hardware is only becoming more important to Apple and iPhone over time. Interesting post.

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07:24
∞ Two great new features found in iOS 11 search

Hat tip to Fabrice Dubois for uncovering these two gems in iOS 11’s search. To bring up the search field, as always, press the home button to return to Springboard (the iOS equivalent of the Finder), then pull down to reveal the search field.

With search open, type in a word and search results will show its definition, like so:

And, even better, the search field is now open to catching spelling errors.

To see this one for yourself, open search and start typing fadebook (note the “d” instead of the “c”) or protos instead of photos.

Not sure when typo handling and definition suggestion first shipped, but they’re both nice to see.

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07:13
Federal judge rules FBI not obligated to reveal...




More than a year after the original filing, a judge has ruled that the FBI is not required to disclose any information on how it entered the iPhone 5c gathered as potential evidence in the San Bernardino shooting incident.

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07:01
∞ Thoughts on Joshua Topolsky’s “Apple is really bad...

I find it remarkable when people write with judgment, with venom. Joshua Topolsky’s “Apple is really bad at design” post is full of both.

Some thoughts on his […]

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06:44
Facebook testing face recognition as a way to let...

If you’ve ever found yourself locked out of your Facebook account while traveling, you’ll know what a pain it can be. The normal two-factor method of confirming your identity is by text message, and if you don’t have roaming on your phone then you’re out of luck.

The company has tried a number of alternatives over the years, and is now adding another – perhaps inspired by Apple’s use of Face ID on the upcoming iPhone X

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06:37
iPhone 8 Plus handset reportedly cracks open while...

Enlarge / The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. (credit: Samuel Axon)

iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models haven't been available long, but a couple of users have reportedly experienced major problems. According to a 9to5Mac report, a Taiwanese iPhone 8 Plus owner claims her device split open while charging, and a Japanese owner of an iPhone 8 Plus claims the handset arrived already cracked open. The tech outlet ifeng includes images of the Taiwanese owner's device in its report.

In the case of the Taiwanese owner, the iPhone 8 Plus was...

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06:33
Apple posts ARM-compatible source code for XNU...




Apple has silently released ARM-ready source code for the XNU kernels found in iOS and macOS, marking a first for iOS, and possibly showing off some of the groundwork for Macs with ARM-based processors.

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06:17
Apple wins head-to-head test of video shooting with...

With more and more people relying on their smartphone as both their camera and camcorder, the performance of the cameras is ever more important. A video shootout between the iPhone 8 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 found a number of interesting differences between them.

The test found that there were areas where Samsung has an edge, but overall it’s clear that the iPhone emerged the winner …

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06:12
Apple TV 4K review

Solid review from Apple Insider. My concerns are about functionality and price. Read on for details. […]

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05:57
Samsung manufacturing arms poised to make $4 billion...




If estimates and supplier predictions are correct, Samsung is poised to reap $14.3 billion in parts delivery alone from just the iPhone X through 2019, with the Galaxy S8 gathering only $10.1 billion.

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05:46
Samsung will make $110 on each iPhone X

Samsung will make $4 billion more from making parts for Apple’s iPhone than for its own Galaxy S8 handset, according to Counterpoint Technology Market Research— as noted by The Wall Street Journal.

Counterpoint estimates that Samsung will make $110 on each of the 130 million iPhone X units sold until the end of next summer, which represents the strongest sales period for new iPhone models. The firm estimates Galaxy S8 sales to total 50 million in that period with Samsung earning $202 from the parts in each unit. 

The iPhone accounted for two-thirds of Apple’s revenue last year. Supplying Apple accounted for one-third of Samsung’s revenue.

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05:22
Blockbuster AirPod and Apple Watch Series 3 sales...

As we move into the holiday quarter, it’s no surprise that supply-chain reports predict very strong sales for two Apple products in particular: AirPods, and the Apple Watch Series 3

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05:15
Apple releases first macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, iOS...

If you’re feeling curious or brave this week, Apple has released the first public betas of macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, iOS 11.1, and tvOS 11.1.

It doesn’t look like there are major changes in these beta releases and instead seem to be bug fixes and minor refinements. Apple released the developer betas on Wednesday and followed up with the public betas on Thursday.

As always, this is pre-release software and there’s a chance that something unexpected could happen. Be sure to back your data up and have at it.

If you wish to sign up for Apple’s public betas, check out the company’s web site link below. It’s free, it allows you to provide feedback upon testing the software

If you want to participate in the public betas, point your browser to Apple’s public beta website and sign up. It’s free and gives you a voice in shaping Apple’s operating systems.

Alternately, you could go outside and enjoy this weekend’s fall weather.

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05:00
Apple reportedly investigating two incidents of...

In the annals of swollen device batteries, this is pretty impressive.

Following reports on social media of two iPhone 8 Plus exhibiting a swollen battery out of the millions shipped, Apple is reportedly looking into the situation surrounding the accounts and the phones themselves.

The reports clearly depict a swollen battery pushing the iPhone 8 Plus screen out of its housing. One user reported that the incident occurred while charging with Apple’s official cable and power adapter. The other account noted that it was received from Apple directly with the screen already popped out.

It’s unknown as to how prevalent this issue might be, although it follows last year’s Galaxy 7 Note battery debacle in which several device batteries exhibited swelling behaviors, the devices themselves being forbidden from some flights for a period of time.

For reference, the reported failure rate on the Galaxy Note 7 exceeded 1 in 20,000 —and linked to both battery...

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05:00
Apple patent is for remotely controlling a hearing...

Apple wants the iPhone to be able to “remotely control” a hearing aid, as evidenced by a new patent filing (number 20170280225). In the patent filing, Apple notes that modern hearing devices are high tech computing devices equipped with multiple speakers and types of speakers and are capable of receiving sound data from multiple audio data sources such as microphones attached to the hearing device as well as being able to stream audio data directly to the hearing device. 

With this advancement in technology comes an increase in the control and flexibility of hearing devices. For example, hearing devices can be adjusted to perform optimally in multiple environments. In addition, modern hearing devices can be very small and placed discreetly inside the ear, almost unnoticeable to others. 

While creating smaller, more powerful and more flexible hearing devices has plenty of benefits over older styles, one problem that has arisen is the ability to easily and quickly...

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04:37
Many UK Apple Watch Series 3 owners report unable to...

Many UK owners of the Apple Watch Series 3 are reporting that they are unable to activate the LTE functionality on the only British carrier to support it so far, EE.

EE says it is aware of the problems, and in most cases owners will need to call the company to get the problem resolved …

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04:30
How to block calls on your iPhone or iPad

With iOS, you can block contacts and phone numbers on your device. You can also filter iMessages from unknown senders and report iMessages that look like spam or junk.

If you're in the Phone app under Recents, tap the “i” next to the phone number or contact that you want to block. Scroll to the bottom of your screen, then tap Block this Caller.

If you're in the FaceTime app, tap the “i” next to the phone number or contact that you want to block. Scroll to the bottom of your screen, then tap Block this Caller.

If you're in Messages, open the conversation, tap the “i,” then tap the name or phone number. Scroll to the bottom of the Info screen, then tap Block this Caller.

When you block a phone number or contact, they can still leave a voicemail, but you won't get a notification. Messages won't be delivered. Also, the contact won't get a notification that the call or message was blocked.

(This how-to is based on my experiences and info on Apple's...

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04:04
Samsung will earn around $110 for each iPhone X sold...

Totting up the cost of the Samsung-made components believed to be used in the iPhone X suggests that the Korean company will earn around $110 for each one sold.

The highest-profile Samsung component in the iPhone X is also the most expensive: the new OLED screen. This is a custom-made display built to Apple’s specifications. But the company also makes a range of other components for use in iPhones …

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04:00
Print Window is a useful (as the name implies)...

By Aaron Lee

Searchware Solutions' Print Window is a useful window printing utility for macOS. Integrated with the Finder, it allows users to print a file listing of folders with a simple key command (or other methods of triggering a file listing).

It offers the ability to export File Listings as a CSV file and sports an updated application icon. Users have complete control over what gets included in the file listings and what does not. Print Window can also print subfolder contents of a specified folder manually selected by the user.

The utility also allows complete autonomy in the sorting process. Users can sort file listings by a variety of different criteria (including ascending and descending order) and even determine the files' icons and size.

Print Window provides a wide range of options for configuring file listings. Users of Print Window Advanced have the option to save multiple different file listing settings for quick recall....

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Oct. 2, 2017

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Vito Technology has launched Satellite Tracker 1.0, which allows you to find out where satellites can be seen from different locations in the world, as well as get predictions for the passes. Satellite Tracker is free, but does tout in-app purchases.

Practising Law Institute (PLI), a nonprofit learning organization dedicated “to keeping attorneys and other professionals at the forefront of knowledge and expertise,” has unveiled PLI Mobile. The free app provides access to PLI's audio and video content and enables customers to select from programs led...

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01:20
Sony’s updated PlayStation VR won’t block HDR

It's been almost a year since Sony formally entered the virtual reality arena with the launch of the PlayStation VR (PSVR) headset. In that time, the unit has remained unchanged, but its pricing has slipped slightly, allowing gamers to enjoy popular...

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00:02
Google Photos eases video sharing on slow connections

With Google pre-loading Google Photos on a range ofAndroid devices, it's no wonder the app has racked up 500 million users. The search giant is already capitalizing on its success using AI-assisted tools that pester you to share more visuals. Now, it...

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Sunday October 1

22:51
iFinance 4.3.1

Brings a number of new features and improvements to the financial management app. ($35.99 new, free update, 24.6 MB)

 

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22:16
World View successfully launches near-space balloon...

World View's dreams of replacing satellites with edge-of-space balloons have been long in the making, and not without some hiccups: its initial flight, which included KFC chicken in a publicity stunt,ended prematurely thanks to a leak. Things are go...

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20:46
FileMaker Pro 16.0.2

Resolves a Script Debugger and improves performance of the SortValues and UniqueValues functions. ($329 new, free update, 4.4 MB)

 

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20:11
Rosetta probe's last surprise: a photo of its...

Since it's been a year since Rosetta landed on the comet it orbited for a couple of years, you'd think the ESA had already decoded everything the vessel sent back before its demise. Apparently, the probe has one last surprise for all of us: a close-u...

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19:28
FBI may keep secret the name of vendor that cracked...

Enlarge (credit: Kārlis Dambrāns)

A federal judge ruled Saturday that the FBI does not have to disclose the name of the vendor, and how much it was paid by the government for a hacking tool that unlocked the iPhone of a terrorist behind the San Bernardino, California attacks that left 14 people dead.

The development of the unlocking...

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18:55
VMware Fusion 10.0.1

Major update for the virtualization offers support for macOS 10.13 High Sierra and Microsoft Windows 10. ($79.99/$159.99 new, $49/$119 upgrade, 470 MB)

 

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18:40
Smart tattoos turn your skin into a health tracker

There's a common problem with health-tracking devices like smartwatches: they're not really attached to you, which leaves you relying on a short-lived battery and a wireless connection. Even a self-powered patch has its limits. That's where Harvard...

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17:48
Video - iPhone 8 Plus A11 Bionic versus iPhone 7...




The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus come loaded with Apple's new A11 Bionic processor. AppleInsider takes a look at everything it brings to the table, and how it compares to the A10 Fusion from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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17:10
Apple releases kernel source code tuned for mobile...

Ever since the first version of OS X, Apple has regularly released the kernel source code for Macs. In theory, you could learn from it or even build your own projects from it. For iOS, though? Not so simple. Even if you had source code, it wouldn't m...

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16:53
BusyCal 3.2.2 and BusyContacts 1.2.2

Corrects several issues on macOS 10.13 High Sierra for both apps. ($49.99 new for each, free update, 11.6/5.5 MB)

 

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15:38
Game gifting comes to the Xbox One's online...

If you've ever wanted to gift an Xbox One game but didn't want to saddle the recipient with a physical copy (or an impersonal gift card), you're in luck. So long as you're part of the Xbox Insider Program, Microsoft's promised game gifting feature i...

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14:52
Piezo 1.5.5

Gains full compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($19 new, free update, 8.3 MB)

 

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14:07
US pressured North Korea by overwhelming hackers...

The US is no stranger to hacking North Korea, but it's usually in a bid to directly thwart the country's military ambitions. Now, however, those attacks are being used as a diplomatic strategy. The Washington Post has learned that President Trump o...

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12:40
Hands On: OmniGraffle gains drag and drop for iOS 11...




A refresh of the long-time Mac drawing app from the Omni Group now pulls in images and text from other apps.

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12:39
Paris holds a city-wide 'car-free' day

Cities have dabbled with temporary bans on cars before, but rarely (if ever) on this scale. Paris just held a third "Day Without Cars" that forbade nearly all private transport across the complete core of the city -- about 40 square miles of it. If y...

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11:11
FBI won't be forced to reveal San Bernardino...

The Associated Press, USA Today and Vice News have failed in their attempt to reveal the hacking tool the FBI used to access San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook's iPhone. Judge Tanya Chutkan denied their request in a summary judgment ruling issued l...

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09:30
The best foam mattresses you can buy online

By Kevin Purdy

This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Rea...

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08:58
Court says the FBI will be allowed to keep San...

As detailed in a new report from ZDNet, the FBI will not be required to disclose how it unlocked the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone early last year. The decision comes after several major news organizations filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit to reveal the tool and its price.

more…

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08:00
After Math: Fly me to the Moon (and then on to Mars)

This was a stellar week for space exploration. Elon Musk showed off a new rocket and announced plans to colonize Mars by 2022. Lockheed Martin showed of its prototype all-in-one rocket-spacecraft design. And the US and Russia agreed to go live on the...

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07:00
It took six months for my Nintendo Switch to run out...

When Nintendo announced that its next game console was going to come with just 32GB of internal storage, my heart sank. I'd been planning to go all digital for the Nintendo Switch -- making it a portable console that always had my favorite games on t...

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05:30
Ben Heck's 'The Number Games'

Ben and Felix mourn the loss of the logic gate board game, but they've decided that its demise won't stop them from putting their own spin on electronic number games. Felix begins with digitizing an abacus -- sure, there are calculators these d...

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03:32
External Link: Twitter’s Apple Watch App Disappears

With a recent update to Twitter’s iOS app, the company seems to have eliminated its associated Apple Watch app. In a statement, Twitter said that it is “focusing on supporting more robust, media-rich notifications” and is “committed to providing the very best Twitter experience on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Watch.” The company never acknowledged removing the Apple Watch app or suggested that it might return. Twitter is the latest major tech company to abandon its Apple Watch app, following Amazon, eBay, and Google. Perhaps the lesson here is that users see many Apple Watch apps as largely gratuitous. Just because you can build it doesn’t mean you should.

 

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03:27
Google hints Assistant is nearly ready for...

Google's October 4th event might include more for Chrome OS fans than the rumored Pixelbook. David Cannon and 9to5Google have spotted multiple app references to Google Assistant coming to Chromebooks. Google's Home app notes that some Assistant app...

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Saturday September 30

22:24
SEC accuses two digital coin creators of ripping off...

While initial coin offerings aren't prohibited in the US like they are in China and South Korea, authorities are still keeping a close eye on them. Case in point: the US Securities and Exchange Commission's first ICO-related charges brought against a...

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20:02
Samsung is the latest tech titan to open an AI lab...

If it wasn't already clear that Canada is becoming a hotbed for AI research, it is now: Samsung has opened an AI lab (shown below) at the Université de Montréal. The school's faculty and students (including long-time Samsung partner Pro...

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18:33
Amazon's new Fire TV supports picture-in-...

Amazon is mainly selling the new Fire TV's hardware-dependent features, such as 4K HDR video and Dolby Atmos sound, but there are some key software improvements, too. The online shopping giant has revealed that the device's Fire OS 6 underpinnings r...

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17:03
South Korea cracks down on use of digital cash for...

South Koreans who were planning to raise funds using cryptocurrency will have to find an alternative method. The country has decided to follow in China's footsteps and has banned raising money through all forms of virtual currency, according to Reute...

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16:12
Portraits of the Presidents Cup shot on iPhone 8 Plus

The PGA TOUR hired Brad Mangin to shoot the Presidents Cup with his new iPhone 8 Plus. Using the 12MP dual cameras on the new iPhone while taking advantage of the intimacy of such a pocketable device, Brad is able to capture stunning professional photos that would be tough with larger, traditional cameras. At the 2017 Presidents Cup, Brad is taking advantage of the new Portrait Lighting feature on iPhone 8 Plus to put a sharp focus on faces around Liberty National. The photos provide a unique look at the PGA TOUR through the eyes of a photographer who has been covering sports for 30 years.

Incredible.

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16:10
iStat Menus updated to 6.00, offers massive number...

If you enjoy monitoring all aspects of your Mac, you’re going to like this.

On Monday, Bjango released version 6.00 of iStat Menus, its popular system monitoring software. The new version offers tools to keep track of CPU, memory, disk, network, temperature, fan, Bluetooth, date and time and weather functions.

The update offers extensive new tools to each category, allowing you to keep track of just about everything that happens on your computer.

The full (and fairly massive) change log for version 6.00 is linked below, complete with new features as well as bug fixes and improvements.

iStat Menus 6.00 requires OS X 10.11 or later to install and run and retails for $8.00.

If you’ve tried the new version and have any feedback to offer, please let us know what you make of it in the comments.

Via Bjango change log

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15:31
Equifax breach shows signs of a possible state-...

Ever since word of the Equifax hack got out, there's been one lingering question: was it a state-sponsored attack, or just criminals who took advantage of a security hole? At the moment, it looks like it might be the former. Bloomberg sources have sh...

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14:08
New Apple video ad shows the effects of Portrait...




Apple is promoting the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 8 Plus in a new advertisement released on Saturday morning, with the ad highlighting the new Portrait Lighting mode included with the iPhone by showing the effects users can produce using the feature.

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14:02
YouTube Live playthroughs are now a no-no for...

Nintendo has updated its Creators Program's rules to add a new entry: members can no longer broadcast on YouTube Live. The gaming titan has long been extra protective of its properties and regularly issues takedown notices for videos that use its gam...

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13:46
∞ Apple’s new iPhone 8 ad focuses on Portrait...

Portrait Lighting is pretty amazing.

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12:29
Ask Engadget returns (and you should send us your...

A long time ago in a far-away land called 2013, we used to run a feature called "Ask Engadget" where you -- our readers, fans, followers and critics -- could ask us for our advice, opinions and recommendations on everything from cheap laptops and sta...

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11:00
Apple Watch Series 3 review: A good watch, a so-so...

With each generation, the Apple Watch's purpose has seemed to shift. The first one demonstrated what Apple thought a wearable should be, and the second tried to be the perfect workout companion. When it came time to build the Series 3, though, Apple...

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10:35
GoPro turns to HEVC compression for Hero 6 Black,...




Briefly mentioned during Thursday's GoPro launch event, the new Hero 6 Black with GP1 chip compresses ultra high-resolution video into manageable chunks of data using High Efficiency Video Coding, the same standard adopted by Apple in its latest operating systems.

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09:47
Apple shows off Portrait Lighting feature in new...

Apple today has shared a new advertisement for the iPhone 8 Plus touting the new Portrait Lighting feature. The video was uploaded to Apple’s YouTube channel and comes in at 38 seconds, showcasing the various new effects that Portrait Lighting offers.

more…

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09:30
Recommended Reading: Streaming is changing the sound...

Uncovering How Streaming Is Changing the Sound of Pop
Marc Hogan,
Pitchfork

You don't have to look far to find evidence of how streaming services have dramatically changed the way we listen to music. But it's not just the consumption that's been a...

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08:00
Elgato's Cam Link turns your DSLR into a souped...

Most of the time, I buy cameras for specific purposes. My DSLR exists to capture vacation photos and product shots for Engadget reviews. When I go on hikes or long bike rides, I pull out a GoPro Hero4. For some reason, however, I just can't bring mys...

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07:53
Apple reportedly 'looking into' pair of...




After reports circulated on social media about two iPhone 8 Plus exhibiting a swollen battery out of the millions shipped, Apple is reportedly looking into the situation surrounding the accounts and the phones themselves -- as it nearly always does.

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