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Tuesday November 28

UK watchdog threatens ticket resale sites with court...

The UK's competition watchdog has fired another warning shot against secondary ticketing websites. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is partway through an investigation and says it has "widespread concerns" about the information sites are p...

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VR at the Tate Modern's Modigliani exhibition...

In recent years, HTC has partnered with several museums to cultivate VR as a tool for art and learning. New projects are always in the works, and recently the company launched the Vive Arts program, reaffirming its commitment to working with develope...

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Apple celebrates Hour of Code at its retail stores

Apple has opened registration for thousands of free Hour of Code sessions available at all Apple Stores Dec. 4-10. The company also introduced a new educational challenge in Swift Playgrounds and added new teacher resources to the Everyone Can Code curriculum to help teach Swift, Apple’s programming language.

For the fifth year, Apple Stores will participate in Hour of Code with daily coding sessions in celebration of Computer Science Education Week. Young aspiring coders can learn coding basics during a Kids Hour session, while those age 12 and above can use Swift Playgrounds on iPad to learn coding concepts and even program robots. A new Teacher Tuesdays session helps educators learn how to teach code to students using new resources and discussion topics.

A new Hour of Code challenge in the Swift Playgrounds app invites students to build a digital robot and customize it with new parts...

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Apple expands Support services on social media with...

Apple has started offering support through another form of social media, by setting up a YouTube channel dedicated to providing assistance for basic tasks its customers can perform on an iPhone or iPad.

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Adobe teases AI-powered Photoshop tool for...

If you’ve ever used Photoshop to select a person in order to place them on a different background, you’ll know what a fiddly and time-consuming process it can be. Adobe has announced an upcoming feature to allow you to get most of the job done with a single click …


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Senators introduce bill to criminalize revenge porn

Senators have introduced a bill today which, if passed, would establish federal criminal liability for those sharing revenge porn. The bill, Ending Nonconsensual Online User Graphic Harassment (ENOUGH) Act of 2017, will address what Congressperson Ja...

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Apple Stores kicking off free Hour of Code classes...

Apple is promoting Hour of Code at its retail stores next week for the fifth year running with free coding classes for kids. Apple is also rolling out a new Swift Playgrounds challenge for Hour of Code to promote the company’s developer language using its educational iPad app.


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Apple commemorates Computer Science Education Week...

Apple has opened up thousands of new Hour of Code sessions at every Apple Store location between Dec. 4 and Dec 10, with new Swift Playgrounds challenge and teacher resources available to all.

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Samsung bolsters Bixby with another AI startup

Samsung may have botched the launch of its virtual assistant Bixby, but it has already promised to patch things up with the next release, which will leverage "deep linking capabilities and enhanced natural language abilities" in order to deliver "a p...

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Removing a gigantic hornet’s nest. No, really, this...

[VIDEO] Scares me just watching this. Jump to about 2 minutes in (video embedded in main Loop post) for a real closeup of the innards. That’s one brave individual.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Apple’s AirPods are among the top sellers on Cyber...

Adobe has released its 2017 online shopping data for Cyber Monday and the holiday weekend overall. Apple’s AirPods were some of the hottest sellers during the online shopping day.

Adobe says Cyber Monday is projected to hit a new record as the largest online sales day in history with $6.59 billion. This marks a 16.8% year-over-year (YoY) increase. In comparison, Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day brought in $5.03 billion and $2.87 billion in revenue respectively. Top sellers on Cyber Monday included the Nintendo Switch, PJ Masks and Hatchimals & Colleggtibles figurines, Apple AirPods, streaming devices like Google Chromecast and Roku, and Super Mario Odyssey, the video game. 

The holiday shopping season so far (November 1 to 27) drove a total of $50 billion in online revenue. Adobe predicts this will be the first-ever holiday season to break $100 billion in online sales.

Overall web traffic to retail sites increased by 11.9% on Cyber Monday, with the season...

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BOE makes push to become Apple's second OLED...

Major Chinese display maker BOE is reportedly investing billions into OLED production lines in an attempt to win orders from Apple, which currently relies exclusively on Samsung panels for the iPhone X.

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Apple Support launches YouTube channel featuring how...

Benjamin Mayo, 9to5Mac:

Apple began a support Twitter account early in 2016, answering customer queries and tweeting out the occasional iOS tip. It has now expanded into a dedicated Apple Support YouTube channel.

The account features highly-produced tutorial videos explaining all sorts of iOS features from how to change your wallpaper to deleting your call history.

Here’s a link to the Apple Support YouTube channel. Terrific resource, nice find from Benjamin Mayo.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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iPhone autocorrecting the word ‘it’ to ‘I.T’ on iOS...

Joe Rossignol, MacRumors:

At least a few hundred iPhone users and counting have complained about the word “it” autocorrecting to “I.T” on iOS 11 and later.

This is a bizarre new class of bugs. It started with autocorrect capitalizing the first letter of some words, even in The Middle of a sentence.

Then we saw a rash of autocorrects of the letter I to A[?], much to the amusement of Ohio State fans.

And now this. What’s going on here? Is this machine learning going awry? Is this the future of AI? Works most of the time, but every so often a robot goes insane and starts breaking things?

One problem with machine learning is that it creates evolving behavior, which creates a complex tree of possible behaviors, impossible to completely test.

That said, is that what’s going on here? Or is this something more mundane? It’d be...

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Photoshop uses AI to make selecting people less of a...

Masking a human or other subject out of a scene is a pretty common trick nowadays, but it's is still arguably one of the hardest and lowest-tech parts of Photoshop. Adobe's about to make that a lot easier, thanks to an upcoming AI-powered feature cal...

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Deal: Browse safely with a Disconnect Lifetime...

Tired of websites, social media services and other online sites tracking everything you do? Many people are! That's why Disconnect ($49 for a lifetime premium subscription) is gaining popularity -- it's a service that:

  • Blocks tracking requests from connecting to your devices, making the internet faster & extending battery life
  • Keeps your data safe from companies, cybercriminals, & government entities
  • VPN tech encrypts your internet connection
  • Masks your location so you can access content as if you're in a different country
  • Allows you to use blocked services, sites, & apps


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Apple patent involves Macs with a gesture-based user...

Apple has been granted another patent (number 20170185161) for a “gesture-based user interface” that hints at gesture controls for Macs. This one is dubbed “three dimensional user interface session using depth sensors.”

In the patent filing, Apple notes that many different types of user interface devices and methods are currently available, including keyboards, mice, joysticks and touchscreens. Computer interfaces based on three-dimensional (3D) sensing of parts of the user's body have also been proposed.

Apple is looking into a gesture recognition system using depth-perceptive sensors. A 3D sensor provides position information, which is used to identify gestures created by a body part of interest. The gestures are recognized based on a shape of a body part and its position and orientation over an interval. The gesture is classified for determining an input into a Mac.

Here’s Apple summary of the invention: “A method, including receiving, by a computer...

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Apple TV 4K 64GB model supply tight, new orders will...

Supplies of the 64GB Apple TV 4K have apparently dried up, with only limited stock available at retail -- and orders placed today won't ship until January 4.

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Apple patent hints at an AR screen for future Macs

Currently, Apple’s augmented reality (AR) efforts focus on the iPad and iPhone. But a newly granted patent (number 9,830,844) hints that those efforts will expand to the Mac.

The patent is for a method and system for displaying images on a transparent display of an electronic device. In other words, one display would overlay another with an AR interface that interacts with real world objects. The display may include one or more display screens as well as a flexible circuit for connecting the display screens with internal circuitry of the electronic device. 

What’s more, the display screens may allow for overlaying of images over real world viewable objects, as well as a visible window to be present on an otherwise opaque display screen. Additionally, the display may include active and passive display screens that may be utilized based on images to be displayed.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that electronic devices increasingly include display screens as...

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∞ Another pair of iPhone X ads from Apple

[VIDEO] Yesterday we posted a pair of Face ID iPhone X ads from Apple. Here’s another pair, embedded in the main Loop post.

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Apple launches Apple Support YouTube Channel

Apple has launched an official Apple Support YouTube channel, which already has 1,513 subscribers. 

The site is home to videos that cover assorted iOS and watchOS tips and tricks (no macOS items yet). Topics include “Add a Photo Filter in Camera,” “Use the Doc on Your iPad,” “Send a Message With the Echo Effect,” “Share Activity with the Apple Watch” and more.

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HP quietly installs system-slowing spyware on its PCs

Lenovo has only just settled a massive $3.5 million fine for preinstalling adware on laptops without users' consent, and now it seems HP is getting in on the stealth installation action, too. According to numerous reports gathered by Computer World,...

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Mac vs iPad

Gabe Weatherhead, MacDrifter:

When my 10.5″ iPad Pro arrived I decided to do a little experiment. You see, I honestly believe that the iPad, iPhone, and other micro super-computers are the future of computing and I want to force myself out of old-man complacency. Five months ago I committed to that experiment and avoided using my Mac unless there was absolutely no way to do something on my iPad or iPhone. Last week I ended my experiment and I have a few opinions (big surprise).

I use my Mac, iPhone, and iPad in a mix throughout the day. My iPhone is always with me, gets all the looks when I am away from my desk. My Mac gets all my looks at my desk. And my iPad gets the rest, those times when I am bopping about, laying about, or in a car (not driving!)

[Of course, my Apple Watch gets its share of looks, no matter the device I’m using, but in my view, does not impact the Mac vs iPad argument.]

Gabe’s piece really captures my feelings about the Mac, why it...

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You can use Apple Pay to aid charities on Giving...

Apple has emailed customers that they can donate to their favorite charitable causes using Apple Pay on Giving Tuesday (that’s today). The promotes six charities: the American Red Cross, charity: water,, (PRODUCT)RED, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and the World Wildlife Fund. 

Giving Tuesday refers to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It’s a movement to create an international day of giving at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season. Giving Tuesday was started in 2012 by the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation as a response to commercialization and consumerism in the post-Thanksgiving season.

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iPads & AirPods among best-selling items on...

Analytics data from Adobe shows Cyber Monday projected to be the largest online sales day in history, with a total spend of $6.59B.

iPads and AirPods were among the most popular purchases, and a comparison of iOS and Android mobile purchases show that Apple owners had the higher spend …


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Samsung made an app that adjusts its TVs for color...

Samsung has launched an app that makes watching TV a more vibrant experience for people with color vision deficiency (CVD) -- the inability to distinguish certain shades of color (also known as color blindness). Through the SeeColors app, users can t...

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Apple/PrimeSense patent describes using hand...

Apple has today been granted a patent for using hand gestures to control a Mac. The inventors named in the patent are from PrimeSense, the company that developed Microsoft’s Kinect sensor, and which Apple acquired back in 2013.

PrimeSense was also involved in developing some of the technology behind Face ID, and the patent here appears to rely on a similar TrueDepth camera in a Mac …


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TENC for iPhone X offers protection, easy access at...

The reasonably priced ($24.95) TENC for iPhone X from Just Mobile— available in crystal clear, matte clear and matte black — perfectly lines up with the smartphone’s edges (the top two corners are completely covered, and the bottom two corners are covered to the curve). The no-frills case offers protection while offering easy access to all ports, buttons, switches. 

The TENC’s abrasion resistant coating keeps the case looking sharp. And its flexible material makes it easy to install and remove.

I also like the way the TENC feels. It’s soft to the touch and actually adds some “grippability” when holding my iPhone X. The only downside is that it doesn’t protect the tablet’s display. For that you’ll have to pay extra for a screen protector.

Apple World Today Rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

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China’s BOE offers iPhone-exclusive OLED production...

China’s largest display manufacturer, BOE, is reported to be making a serious bid to win OLED orders for future iPhones. It’s said to have offered to construct not just one but two large-scale OLED production lines which would be used exclusively for Apple orders.

Apple is currently dependent on Samsung for all its OLED panels for the iPhone X, a position the company almost certainly wants to change …


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Google's lightweight YouTube Go app is out of...

Google is officially ripping the beta label off YouTube Go: the lightweight app that lets you save vids to watch offline. For now, it's still only available in India and Indonesia, but there's every chance it will spread to more countries now that a...

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How to mute and unmute audio in Safari tabs in macOS...

macOS High Sierra's Safari lets you mute audio in any open tabs. You can do this right from the Smart Search field, so there’s no need to click through all your tabs to locate the one you want to silence. If you’re viewing a tab that’s not playing audio, the Audio button in the Smart Search field is white with a blue outline. If the tab is playing audio, the Audio button is solid blue.

  • Mute audio in the tab you’re viewing: Click the Audio button  in the Smart Search field.
  • Mute audio in other tabs: If you’re viewing several websites that are playing audio, Option-click the Audio button  in the Smart Search field to let audio play in the tab you’re currently viewing and mute the audio in other tabs.
  • Mute all audio: If you’re viewing a website that’s not playing audio and other tabs are playing audio, click the Audio button  in the Smart Search field to quickly mute all audio in other tabs. 
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Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 28, 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

GRID Autosport from Feral Interactive has driven onto the iOS scene. The $9.99 racing game uses tilt and touch controls to deliver a mix of simulation and arcade handling.

macOS Apps/Updates

St. Clair Software has announced Default Folder X 5.1.9, an upgrade to the utility for macOS. The tool enhances the file dialogs in all Mac apps.

It provides fast navigation to your files, convenient previews, integrated Spotlight tagging, and more. Default Folder X's custom keyboard shortcuts put your favorite and recent...

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Apple Support launches YouTube channel featuring how...

Apple began a support Twitter account early in 2016, answering customer queries and tweeting out the occasional iOS tip. It has now expanded into a dedicated Apple Support YouTube channel.

The account features highly-produced tutorial videos explaining all sorts of iOS features from how to change your wallpaper to deleting your call history.


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Bkav hacking group bypasses Face ID, shows second...

In spite of Face ID being an impressive feature, yet another successful proof of concept/hack seems to have taken place.

The security system, which has apparently been fooled by twins, children, and a mask has once again been bypassed by Vietnamese security company Bkav, which made headlines in mid-November after uploading a video featuring Face ID accessed by a mask. Though successful as a proof of concept, there were several questions about the unlocking methods used in the video, including whether “Require Attention” was turned on. On Monday, Bkav shared a second video with a new mask and a clearer look at how the mask was used to spoof Face ID.

The company used a 3D printed mask made of stone powder, which can be replicated for approximately $200. 2D infrared images of eyes were then taped over the mask to emulate real eyes.

Bkav reset Face ID on camera and then set it up anew with the demonstrator’s face. “Require Attention for Face ID” and “Attention...

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iPhone X inventory improves at Apple Store retail...

If you’re hankering for an iPhone X, the odds of your being able to hoof it over to an Apple retail location and pick one up have dramatically improved since the handset’s launch at the beginning of November.

The cool cats over at The Mac Observer used Apple’s own inventory availability checker to see where the iPhone X is available.

The results proved encouraging.

The 64 GB and 256 GB models in both silver and Space Gray were available at most Apple retail stores checked.

The retail option is currently the fastest means of snagging an iPhone X at the moment. And while an online order may be convenient, the current delivery windows run between December 11th and December 18th depending on your location.

The iPhone X is Apple’s new flagship smartphone. It sports a 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED screen, 12 megapixel wide angle and telephoto cameras, Face ID, Qi wireless charging support, and more. Pricing starts at $999, and it’s easier to snag one...

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The Morning After: Tuesday, November 28th 2017

Tuesday is here, and as you await delivery on any Cyber Monday splurges, we've got a substitute phone for app detox and an otherworldly combination of lightning and a volcano. Airbnb is also accused of involvement with money laundering.

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Uber may have to answer to Congress about data...

Five states are already investigating Uber's breach that exposed data on 57 million of its users, which the company hid for a year. But now the ridesharing titan will have to explain its actions to Congress. Five Democratic and Republican Senators se...

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Monday November 27

Apple Cyber Monday Roundup: Find the best deals and...

Cyber Monday is officially here and Apple authorized resellers are slashing prices on your favorite Macs, iPads, iPhones, Apple Watches, Apple TV 4K devices and headphones. From exclusive coupon deals to instant cash rebates, shoppers can save hundreds of dollars with 0% financing offers and no sales tax collected in 48 states on most items.

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Final hour! Flash Deals: Apple's top of the...

Ends at 11:59 p.m. ET! Today only, and while supplies last, shoppers can grab Apple's Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro in Space Gray with a 2.9GHz processor, 1TB of storage and Radeon 460 graphics for $2,499. In addition to the instant discount, expedited shipping is free with no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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Cybersecurity experts again trick Face ID w/ 3D-...

Earlier this month, a video from cybersecurity firm Bkav made the rounds for successfully being able to “trick” Face ID using a carefully constructed mask that mimicked a real person’s face. Now, the firm is back with a new attempt at tricking Face ID, showcasing a more advanced 3D printed mask…


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Apple's Face ID with attention detection fooled...

After supposedly tricking Apple's Face ID security system earlier this month with a $150 mask, Vietnamese security firm Bkav on Monday said it has repeated the process with a second 3D-printed mask that can also bypass iPhone X's attention detection safeguard.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp amasses 15M downloads...

Last week, Nintendo officially released the highly anticipated Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for iOS. We offered our initial hands-on impressions, noting of a few downsides you should expect. Now, research firm SensorTower says the game has been downloaded some 15 million times in its first week of availability…


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iPhone Users Complain About the Word 'It'...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from MacRumors: At least a few hundred iPhone users and counting have complained about the word "it" autocorrecting to "I.T" on iOS 11 and later. When affected users type the word "it" into a text field, the keyboard first shows "I.T" as a QuickType suggestion. After tapping the space key, the word "it" automatically changes to "I.T" without actually tapping the predictive suggestion. A growing number of iPhone users have voiced their frustrations about the issue on the MacRumors discussion forums, Twitter, and other discussion platforms on the web since shortly after iOS 11 was released in late September. Many users claim the apparent autocorrect bug persists even after rebooting the device and performing other basic troubleshooting. A temporary workaround is to tap Settings: General: Keyboard: Text Replacement and enter "it" as both the phrase and shortcut, but some users insist this solution does not solve the problem. A less ideal workaround...

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Apple Black Friday 2017: Find the best deals and...

Black Friday deals are here and Apple authorized resellers are slashing prices on your favorite Macs, iPads, iPhones, Apple Watches, Apple TV 4K devices and headphones. From exclusive coupon deals to instant cash rebates, shoppers can save hundreds of dollars with no sales tax collected in 48 states on many items, as well as no interest financing incentives on popular products.

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Flash Deal: Apple's 15" MacBook Pro for $1...

For 48 hours only, and while supplies last, shoppers can grab Apple's Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro in Silver for $1,599, the absolute lowest price ever on this quad-core notebook. In addition to the instant $800 discount, expedited shipping to the contiguous U.S. is free with no sales tax on orders shipped to addresses outside NY and NJ.

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Killer Deals: Save $70 to $350 instantly on Apple...

New, lower prices for Black Friday! AppleInsider readers can take advantage of exclusive coupons and instant discounts this week to instantly save between $70 and $350 on every Mid 2017 MacBook Pro, including Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Plus, sales tax will not be collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ and systems qualify for 0% financing offer

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B&H's Apple Black Friday sale delivers 13...

First come, first served! B&H's Black Friday sale starts now with cash discounts of up to $800 off MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, Mac minis, iPads, Beats headphones and 27" iMac 5Ks. Each device qualifies for free shipping with no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. Don't delay, many of these deals are valid today only.

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Lowest price ever: Apple's high-end 15"...

Apple authorized reseller Adorama is taking $1,000 off the Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro with an upgraded 2.9GHz processor and top of the line Radeon 460 graphics. This Space Gray notebook also qualifies for free expedited shipping and no tax outside NY and NJ. Adorama is also offering no interest if paid in full within 12 months using the store card.

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AWT News Update: November 27, 2017

The 300 Ashland building, site of the new Brooklyn (NY) Apple retail store

Welcome to Cyber Monday! Today's podcast give you a quick hint on one place you can find some great deals, and then recounts some of the Apple news for the day:

  • Apple released four new TV ads today, all of which focus on iPhone X, Face ID and Animoji
  • Four cities around the world will honor the 10th anniversary of Urban Sketchers with sketch walks provided by Apple retail stores in those locales
  • A new Apple store will open in Brooklyn, NY this Saturday. Remember, you can usually get free and special commemorative t-shirts at store openings!
  • A Japanese Mac blog says that Apple may be opening more stores in Kyoto and Tokyo in the next three years

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

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Apple highlights Apple Pay charity resources for...

In preparation of Giving Tuesday, a global philanthropic movement now in its sixth year, Apple on Monday sent out emails informing customers that they can donate to their favorite charitable causes using Apple Pay.

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Niantic updates Pokémon GO with iPhone X resolution...

The one iPhone X app update I’ve been impatiently awaiting has finally arrived: Pokémon GO (yes, I still play). Version 1.53.2 includes optimization for the taller iPhone X display so the game is no squeezed between black bars at the top and bottom.


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Apple's new iPhone X ads tout animoji karaoke...

Apple on Monday released four new commercials for the iPhone X, all of them concentrating on the device's TrueDepth camera.

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eGPU progress report: hands-on with the AMD RX Vega...

When Apple announced that it would lend official support to eGPU setups via Thunderbolt 3, I was extremely happy with the news. It means adding more graphical power on demand to Thunderbolt 3-enabled Macs like the MacBook Pro.

That said, eGPU support is still being fleshed out in macOS High Sierra, and Apple has stated that the situation will be further addressed in the spring of 2018. In the meantime, progress has been made on the eGPU front, albeit slowly.

Just for the fun of it I decided to test the Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 inside of a Mantiz Venus external graphics box connected to a 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro. Although official driver support isn’t yet there, I can report that when running the latest macOS High Sierra 10.13.2, the RX Vega 64 does work to some degree. Here’s a hands-on video look at what I found...

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Cyber Monday: The best software deals

Cyber Monday isn't just a good time to stock up on tech devices. There are also quite a few good sales on software kicking around the Internet right now, too.

We've dug around and found the top deals on productivity and security software for today. The list includes antivirus subscriptions, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Photoshop Elements: All the type of thing that get regular use but aren't nearly as exciting as, say, a $100 Android tablet.

For sales on PC games, check out the top 5 gaming deals for Cyber Monday.

To read this article in full, please click here

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∞ Apple’s Face ID ads

It will be interesting to see how these are received by average users unfamiliar with the technology.

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Apple’s new iPhone X ads highlight Face ID in the...

As we enter the busy holiday shopping season, Apple today has shared four new advertisements for the iPhone X on its YouTube channel. These new videos highlight several Face ID features, such as Animoji…


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Dual lens switching on iPhone X

One of the things I’ve seen people talking about is the much improved low light capability of the iPhone X. This is a good description of what happens in low light with the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone X and how the X deals with it much better.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals: The best discounts...

This article was updated on Monday, November 27 to add in new deals and to remove expired deals.

Apple products on the cheap are hard to come by, even on mega shopping holidays like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But this year, we’ll be able to score some major deals on lots of different Apple goodies—including the iPhone 8, iPad Pro, Apple Watch, and MacBook Pro. (Yes, seriously.) If you’re ok with slightly older stuff, the savings are even better.

Apple’s Black Friday-only one-day shopping event with gift card givebacks may be over, but third-party retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Amazon have their own discounts and gift card deals on Apple gear as well. Take a look at what we’ve found so far—and keep an eye on this page through the end of Cyber Monday as we add more deals. 

To read this article in...

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Google updates Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps with...

Google has released updates for its Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps for iOS, with the trio of productivity tools adding support for Apple's iPhone X and iOS 11, as well as the ability to use the drag and drop functionality introduced as part of iOS 11.

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Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides updates add support...

Millions of people rely on Google’s productivity tools for their daily work, and the last few months have been frustrating for iPhone and iPad users. Even though iOS 11 was released back in September—and was in beta for months before—Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides did not support the drag-and-drop feature for iPad users. Such a critical productivity feature, ignored in some of the most popular productivity apps in the world!

And while the iPhone X may have been released just a few weeks ago, the emulator has been available since September for developers, and yet Google has been slow to support the new display size in many of its apps.

Today, Google fixes both of those problems with big updates to Google Docs, Google Sheets, and...

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Today at Apple program offers 'sketch walks...

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Urban Sketchers, the Today at Apple program has launched a series of four sketch walks, hosted by Uma Kelkar, Rob Sketcherman, Don Low, and Omar Jamarillo in the San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Berlin Apple stores.

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Newton's simple-is-better email app gets a...

The Newton app is a quality (if pricey) email client that offers simplicity on the surface and intelligence underneath, but it has at least one glaring flaw: that design philosophy doesn't carry over when you need to check your schedule. The Android...

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Apple promoting Urban Sketchers artists who use...

Apple is highlighting four artists who create with Apple Pencil on iPad Pro as the Urban Sketchers groups turns 10. Urban Sketchers is made up of artists around the world who meet in cities to draw on-location.


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Two Major Cydia Hosts Shut Down as Jailbreaking...

Joe Rossignol, writing for MacRumors: ModMy last week announced it has archived its default ModMyi repository on Cydia, which is essentially an alternative App Store for downloading apps, themes, tweaks, and other files on jailbroken iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. ZodTTD/MacCiti also shut down this month, meaning that two out of three of Cydia's major default repositories are no longer active as of this month. ModMy recommends developers in the jailbreaking community use the BigBoss repository, which is one of the last major Cydia sources that remains functional. The closure of two major Cydia repositories is arguably the result of a declining interest in jailbreaking, which provides root filesystem access and allows users to modify iOS and install unapproved apps on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. When the iPhone and iPod touch were first released in 2007, jailbreaking quickly grew in popularity for both fun and practical reasons. Before the App Store, for example, it...

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'Black Mirror' trailers preview episodes,...

Netflix continues to drive internet fans of the Black Mirror series crazy by releasing buzzy new trailers, while still not saying when we can actually watch the damn thing. The first one is for Arkangel, an episode directed by Oscar-winner Jodie Fost...

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SodaStream’s new concentrate lets you mix your own...

SodaStream has been inching its way into the adult beverage scene for a little while now and today the company announced that it's launching its take on champagne. Sparkling Gold is a new concentrate from SodaStream that supposedly tastes like a frui...

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Analyst: Apple will spend $4.2 billion annually on...

Apple will $4.2 billion per year on original video content by 2022, according to a report by Loup Ventures analyst Gene Munster.

If he’s right, that will be a major increase on the $1 billion that the tech giant will purportedly spend in 2018, although the amount is still smaller than Netflix and Amazon’s video budgets. Munster predicts that, by 2022, Amazon will be spending the most on original content of any tech giants, with a budget of $8.3 billion, compared to Netflix’s $6.8 billion. He also says that Apple will rebrand Apple Music in the next 2-3 years to reflect its broader scope that will extend beyond music.

The Wall Street Journal reported in August that Apple has set a budget of roughly $1 billion...

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HTC's U11 is one of the first non-Google phones...

Unless you have a Google-branded phone or are willing to jump into a beta test, you probably haven't had an easy upgrade path to Android Oreo. However, it seems like they're starting to trickle out: HTC is releasing an Oreo update for the unlocked U1...

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Amazon debuts Sumerian app platform with support for...

Amazon on Monday announced Sumerian, a platform for developers wanting to make virtual reality, augmented reality, and other 3D apps, including ones compatible with Apple's ARKit framework used on iPhones and iPads.

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There are better alternative for Mac games than...

By Ric Molina of Mac Gamer HQ

Have you noticed that more and more Mac gaming torrent sites are popping up? Clearly, the demand for Mac games is growing. 

However, piracy is wrong. Plus, torrent sites are dangerous for you and your Mac — especially when there are better alternatives out there. So forget about Mac games torrents, and check out this advice instead. In the post I: share my favorite deals going on right now (better even than Cyber Monday); tell which stores have best sales; and show how you can grab you some free games.

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Shell will build 80 high-power EV charging stations...

This year, Royal Dutch Shell has put more of a focus on EVs, adding charging stations to a handful of its UK gas stations and acquiring NewMotion -- a Netherlands-based company with 30,000 charging points to its name. Now, as Reuters reports, Shell h...

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Feral drives 'Grid Autosport' port to...

Feral Interactive has released its second port of a Codemasters game this month, with triple-A racing title 'Grid Autosport' driving from consoles into the iOS App Store as a paid title for iPhone and iPad, complete with all of the game's downloadable content and high quality visuals.

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From Android to iOS - Why Switch?

The reason for the switch from Android to iOS is an odd reason. It's all because of my 15 year old son!

I've been using the Google Pixel XL for a while now and I've had no issues with it, but when Google announced the Pixel 2 back in October, I almost pulled the trigger on the upgrade. I decided that I really didn't need a new phone and that I would be wasting money upgrading. I resisted and moved on. 

That same week, my son cracked the glass on his Samsung Galaxy, again. I loaned him my old Nextbit Robin until we figured out what we were going to do. Fixing his Samsung phone wasn't really going to be worth it on an older phone, so we decided that we'd get him something new for Christmas. My son, Brett, decided to let us know that he didn't want another Android device. He wanted an iPhone. I tried talking him out of it for a couple weeks. He wasn't budging. He's getting older and more independent and my wife, an iPhone 4 user, said, "just get him what he wants already...

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The best audio gear to give as gifts

Maybe there's an audiophile on your list, or maybe you're shopping for someone who recently acquired a new phone and could use something better than the pack-in headphones. Either way, we have a slew of recommendations in the audio gear section of ou...

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Amazon's latest toolkit helps you quickly...

Amazon probably isn't the first company you think of when it comes to augmented or virtual reality (with a few exceptions), but it's determined to change your mind. The internet giant has unveiled a developer service, Sumerian, that promises to simp...

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'Coming soon' facades installed at newly...

Apple has posted obvious logos and its normal "we've got something special in store" signage outside 123 Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, New York that will be opening on Dec. 2 at 10:00 a.m.

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Alleged ‘Fortnite’ hacker's mom fights anti-...

The fight against people cheating in online games is getting ugly. Specifically, Epic Games is suing 14 year-old Caleb Rogers for allegedly modding the game and causing the developer to lose profits from his activity in the free-to-play "Battle Royal...

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Apple supplier smooths out lens production for...

Apple supplier Genius Electronic Optical is reportedly improving its production yields for lens modules on the iPhone X, which may help to explain the rapid reduction in the product's shipping times.

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Google has updated its suite of productivity apps on iPhone and iPad to support the latest screen sizes and platform features. Docs, Sheets, and Slides have each been updated for iPhone X and iOS 11.


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Twitter and others warn FCC of 'disastrous...

Twitter, Pinterest, Reddit and Airbnb were among 200 firms that signed a letter warning FCC Chairman Ajit Pai not to roll back net neutrality, according to Broadcasting & Cable. Dated on Cyber Monday (November 27th), the letter notes that record...

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Kick your smartphone habit with the 'Substitute...

Cigarettes are hard to kick not just because of the nicotine, but the fact that they give you something to do with your hands. The "Substitute Phone" from Vienna-based designer Klemens Schillinger works on the same principle, if you think of content...

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Happy Cyber Monday! Get our Mac Bundle featuring...

Mac users! We have just the Cyber Monday deal for you today -- our Pay What You Want Mac Bundle featuring Path Finder 7 and Photolemur 2.2 Spectre is live, with 10 Mac apps that you're going to want to pick up. Even better, you name the price!

Here's how our Pay What You Want bundle works: You can pay as little as you want, say $1, and you'll get two of the apps on the list -- iLocker PRO and Timing Productivity. Those two apps alone are worth $69! Now, if you pay above the average price for the bundle (it's currently at $9.90 but will increase as time goes by), you get everything -- all ten apps worth $469 are yours....

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India's Commerce and Industry Minister signals...

Efforts to increase manufacturing of Apple products in India have received support from the country's Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu, with the official claiming the Centre will support the company in setting up new lines, and is apparently awaiting a formal proposal.

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Essential Phone drops to $399 for Cyber Monday

Another month, another Essential discount. In October, the company — spearheaded by Android creator Andy Rubin — slashed the price of its first phone to $499, and today it's been dropped to an even more tempting $399. That price-tag also...

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∞ Internal Apple video from 1994

[VIDEO] Regardless of how much (or little) you enjoy the singing or production values, I do find this a fascinating piece of Apple history. Folks who’ve been around the Apple universe for long enough will recognize a lot of these references.

The video (embedded in the main Loop post) was originally posted in 2012, but I just came across it this morning, thought it worth sharing. Anyone recognize anyone in the video? They are ALL Apple employees.

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YouTube hammers out battery drain problem with...

The iOS YouTube app update issued on Monday rectifies the dramatic battery drain that manifested not only when the app was actively being used to watch videos, but when it was idle in the background as well.

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The Touch Bar makes the Mac more accessible to me

Steven Aquino, responding to Marco Arment’s fixing the MacBook Pro post, specifically this point Marco made about the Touch Bar:

Sorry, it’s a flop. It was a solid try at something new, but it didn’t work out. There’s no shame in that — Apple should just recognize this, learn from it, and move on.

From Steven’s response:

Arment’s recommendation that Apple “back away from the Touch Bar” reiterates a popular sentiment in the Apple community: in blunt terms, the Touch Bar sucks. I’ve read many articles and heard many podcasts where prominent members of the community deride the feature and question its future. These criticisms, while legitimate, sting me personally because I like the Touch Bar.

Read on for the details, but I agree. Don’t throw the...

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Marco Arment: Fixing the MacBook Pro

Marco’s take on the MacBook Pro, with my thoughts folded in. […]

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The best Cyber Monday deals

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India Commerce and Industry Minister: we support...

India’s Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu said the company supports Apple’s plan to set up a manufacturing unit in the country and is awaiting a formal proposal from the tech giant, according to The Economic Times.

“Let us get a good proposal from them...We will be very happy to receive Apple, one of the top brands in the world. We are willing to find out if there is any difficulty they may face. We will be more than happy to resolve that difficulty. So we will await a formal proposal," he said in an interview. 

Apple has sought incentives from the Indian government before setting up a manufacturing unit in the country. Last year...

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Analyst: improved iPhone X shipping times due to...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the improved shipping times for the iPhone X (now down to 1-2 weeks) is due to improved supply chain enhancements and parts availability, not slowing demand.

He says that Apple's production problems have been largely overcome. The tech giant diversified LCP LTE antenna orders to include a second producer, Career, while production yields of TrueDepth's dot projector, known as the "Romeo" module, have increased. Apple manufacturer Foxconn is now producing between 450,000 to 550,000 iPhone X units per day, up from 50,000 to 150,000 in the weeks leading up to launch, Kuo says. The analyst believes fourth quarter shipments could be 10% to 20% higher than previously estimated.

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Catching lightning in a volcanic bottle

What do you get when you marry two of Earth's most dramatic natural events, lightning and volcanoes? The answer is a "dirty storm," an infernal melange of lightning, magmatic fire and ash that surpasses even the wildest Hollywood disaster movie effec...

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Moleskine's smart notebook will work with...

Microsoft has long sold its Surface devices on the idea that they can double as digital notebooks; laptops one minute, journals the next thanks to their detachable displays and styli. (Heck, the Surface Book has a "Clipboard" mode.) With today's Mole...

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Brattoo Propaganda Software debuts Photos Tagger for...

Brattoo Propaganda Software has introduced Photos Tagger, a new addition to their applications suite. 

Photos Tagger extracts the meta data from the Photos software database, and applies it to your photos as keywords. The app is designed to make it easier to find and organize your pics.

Photos Tagger requires macOS 10.9 or later and Photos 2.x or higher. It costs $7.95. A demo is available for download.

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A peek inside Google’s X ‘moonshot factory’

This is a fascinating glimpse of Google’s R&D organization, known as X. What I found most fascinating, was the coverage of one of the earliest X moonshots, Project Loon:

Loon took the spotlight in the wake of Hurricane Maria, which knocked out power and communications for nearly all of Puerto Rico’s 3.4 million residents.

Before the storm, Project Loon’s team had been working on an AI-based navigation system that can keep high-altitude balloons over a given area for weeks or months at a time to provide aerial internet connections. Peru was the primary testing ground, and Puerto Rico was one of the launch sites. After the hurricane hit, the focus shifted to filling the gap in Puerto Rico. The team quickly worked out arrangements with Puerto Rico’s government and federal authorities as well as AT&T and T-Mobile to boost connectivity.


X says Project Loon is currently providing basic internet connectivity for more than 100,000 people in Puerto...

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iOS jailbreaking fading away

Joe Rossignol, MacRumors:

ModMy today announced it has archived its default ModMyi repository on Cydia, which is essentially an alternative App Store for downloading apps, themes, tweaks, and other files on jailbroken iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.

ZodTTD/MacCiti also shut down last week, meaning that two out of three of Cydia’s major default repositories are no longer active as of this month.


The closure of two major Cydia repositories is arguably the result of a declining interest in jailbreaking, which provides root filesystem access and allows users to modify iOS and install unapproved apps on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

I’ve always thought of jailbreaking as a wild west frontier, with few rules, little oversight and, correspondingly, no real way to prevent malware. Jailbreaking also technically violates your iPhone warranty.

But, that said, jailbreaking also brought some interesting, experimental features to iOS. Over...

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External Link: Marco Arment: How Apple Could Fix the...

Developer Marco Arment has some ideas for how Apple could restore the current MacBook Pro to the glory of the 2015 model. If nothing else, Arment suggests that Apple return to scissor key switches, since the butterfly switches in the current keyboards are disliked by many, unreliable, and expensive to repair. He also proposes removing the Touch Bar, a return to “inverted-T” arrow keys, more ports to reduce dongle dependency, better and more affordable first-party USB-C hubs, and chargers that bring back the charging LED and cable management arms. We agree with Arment, though it’s impossible to know if Apple is open to hearing and responding to such criticisms from the community.


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Five foosball game apps for iOS and Android devices

By Mark Cop

Every fooser has to have a foosball application on his phone. I want to offer you the list of five foosball games made for Apple (available at the Apple App Store) and Android devices so there are no excuses why haven't you already installed the most amazing game of foosball on your phone. Each and every one of those games will offer you great gaming experice, you just have to pick one: 

Foosball Cup by Ludus Studio

This is, in my opinion, one of the best foosball table games made for Android. The game is made to look like you are playing foosball on a grass field so it is a combination of football and foosball. Controls in the game are highly responsive which provides an awesome gaming experience. You can choose the table size and the difficulty and you can play with different national teams. Some of them are Argentina, USA, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Italy and even Russia.

Foosball by White...

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Boost Up is a fine charging pad for Apple’s latest...

While you’re waiting for Apple’s AirPower (the wireless charging accessory coming in 2018)— assuming you are — check out Belkin’s $59.99 Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad, which works just fine with the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus.

It’s fine-tuned with Qi technology and can charge at levels up to 7.5W for compatible devices. The Boost Up charges Apple’s latest smartphones on contact while maintaining full functionality of the device; you can even receive calls while your iPhone is powering up. Just place your Apple device on the circular pad (which measures jut under five inches in diameter), and they immediately start charging.

The pad’s embossed ring indicates the charging area for best placement. A soft , high-friction base pad grips your iPhone and holds it securely while it’s charging. The Boost Up’s LED indicator will light up to indicate that wireless charging has begun.

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