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Saturday February 3

Open Source turns 20: Here’s how it all started

In the dead of winter 20 years ago, Netscape — inspired in part by a treatise on Linux and free software development — released the source code for its Netscape Communicator web browser. The move was unprecedented. This was a publicly tra...

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The hottest Apple-related news for the week of Jan....

There’s a lot happening in the world of Apple news this week. Following are the hottest articles for the week of Jan. 22-27.

Apple announced financial results for its fiscal 2018 first quarter that ended December 30, 2017. The company posted quarterly revenue of $88.3 billion, an increase of 13% from the year-ago quarter and an all-time record, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.89, up 16%, also an all-time record.

Apple is working on at least three updated Mac models with custom, company-built co-processors for release as soon as this year, including updated laptops and a new desktop, according to Bloomberg, quoting an unnamed “person familiar with the plan.”


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Friday February 2

This week on AI: Apple rakes in $88.3B holiday,...

The standout news was Apple's most lucrative quarter ever, fueled by the iPhone despite an apparent decline in units. We also caught a glimpse of what's coming -- and not coming -- to this year's "iOS 12."

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Alexa will stay calm during Amazon's Super Bowl...

Given that Amazon's latest Super Bowl ad mentions Alexa no less than 10 times, that begs a question: will you have to unplug your Echo speaker to avoid Burger King levels of chaos as it responds to every single utterance? Thankfully, the answer is "...

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Apple R&D spend exceeds $3B for first time, up $...

As per usual, Apple accelerated investments in research and development operations over its first fiscal quarter of 2018, spending more than $3.4 billion on new hires and initiatives that will keep the company competitive in a fast-paced tech market.

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Apple employees can buy HomePod at half price for...

Apple employees are getting a late Christmas gift from the tech giant in the form of a 50 percent discount on the new HomePod speaker, which hits store shelves at $349 next week.

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DOJ: Chinese counterfeiter pocketed over $1M...

The United States Department of Justice announced today that a Chinese national living in the United States has pleaded guilty for his role in smuggling and distributing counterfeit iPhones and iPads from China into the United Staes…


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The ‘King of Kong’ could be stripped of his high...

Just days after video game high score champ Todd Rogers was stripped of his Dragster title for mathematically impossible times, the man who was the Donkey Kong king for almost 20 years has also come under scrutiny. Billy Mitchell's 2010 high score fo...

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Apple offering employees 50% discount on HomePod

Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman says Apple employees will be getting a 50% discount on Apple’s upcoming HomePod.


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App Review rejecting apps that use Apple emoji for...

App Review appears to be more strictly enforcing rules regarding the use of Apple intellectual property in third party apps, which now includes emoji. Developers are reporting that their apps are now getting rejected for using the Apple emoji icon set in screenshots, other marketing and parts of the user interface (such as using emoji in place of custom iconography).

As described to Sam Eckert, apps cannot use emoji outside of places where a user would have typed it in to comply with the new rules. Apps must replace usage of Apple emoji with custom icons, or nothing at all, if they want their app to be approved.


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Chinese counterfeiter made over $1.1M trafficking...

A Chinese national living in the U.S. on a student visa will be sentenced in May after pleading guilty to conspiracy and trafficking of counterfeit Apple products including iPhones and iPads, a scheme for which he earned more than $1.1 million.

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Apple activates repair program for iPhone 7 models...

Apple on Friday initiated a repair program for iPhone 7 devices affected by an issue that caused a "No Service" message to display in the status bar even when cellular network coverage is available, saying a faulty logic board component is to blame for the error.

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Apple launches repair program for iPhone 7 & 7...

Apple today has launched an official repair program for a small number of users experiencing an issue where their iPhone says “No Service”. This issue seems to be specific to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, according to Apple.


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158: iPhone SE 2 pessimism, iBooks revamp, and iOS...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss the latest on HomePod before its launch including what they ordered, a new report that casts doubt on the possibility of an iPhone SE 2, rumors about an iBooks overhaul and imagining an Apple Books service, plus iOS 12 rumors and Apple’s holiday quarter results.

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Friday 5: Favorite apps for iMac Pro [Video]

We recently talked about some of our favorite hardware accessories to pair with Apple’s new iMac Pro all-in-one desktop. Today, we’ll discuss some of our favorite apps that provide benefits to iMac Pro users in various ways. Watch our latest edition of our Friday 5 video series for more details. more…

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020: YouTube TV on Apple TV and Valentine’s Day...

Today we’ve got Google’s YouTube TV service finally coming to Apple TV, but there’s a catch, and we’ve discovered a new Apple Watch Activity Challenge happening during the week of Valentine’s Day, plus the best Apple deals for this weekend from 9to5Toys.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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Apple Daily Report for Feb. 2, 2018

The AWT News Update is on hiatus while my compadre, Steve, deals with a death in the family. Prayers go out to the entire Sande family. In the place of the AWT News Update, I’ll offer a text-only (no podcast) summary of breaking stories with a tip o’ my hat to my former website, Apple Daily Report.

Some folks who ordered the HomePod last week (including Yours Truly) have seen their credit cards charged for the wireless speaker purchase, so they should be shipping soon.

Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay is coming to Brazil soon, which means another country will be able to take advantage of the contactless payment system.

During Apple’s Q1 2018 earnings call on Thursday, Cook addressed Apple’s on-going iPhone battery replacement program and controversy concerning its practice of slowing down iPhones with aging batteries. The CEO said Apple didn’t consider what the battery...

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HomePod: Imagining a future family of smart speakers...

HomePod is finally almost here, but will one size truly fit all or could we eventually see a whole family of smart speakers from Apple? Keeping with true Apple tradition, this is naturally the moment to wonder and ask: what about HomePod 2 and new variants? Check out our concepts below:


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AAPL slides into correction territory after mixed...

AAPL stock today has dipped into what some are calling a correction as the rest of the market is down in what may be the biggest stock selloff since 2016.


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New Ways to Control Your Apple TV in iOS 11.2.5 and...

Apple quietly slipped some new remote control capabilities into iOS 11.2.5 and iTunes 12.7.3. Josh Centers explains how to take advantage of them.


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No chill: Some Microsoft Surface Pro 4 users need to...

A growing number of Surface Pro 4 owners are experiencing display flicker, and to temporarily rectify the situation, they need to chill the device well below room temperature to get it to work properly for even a short time.

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Roundup: Comparing the 18-core iMac Pro to the 10-...

The iMac Pro is an interesting product. It’s not as modular as a Mac Pro could be, but is much more powerful than a standard 5K iMac. With that being said, the iMac Pro is getting outstanding reviews, and recently, Apple has begun shipping the 18-core iMac Pro, the most powerful Mac you can purchase today. And reception seems to be pretty good.


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Here’s why Alexa won’t light up during Amazon’s...

I can’t decide whether this is creepy or cool….maybe creepycool?

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Apple begins offering certified refurb Apple TV 4K...

From 9to5Toys:

Apple is now offering certified refurbished Apple TV 4K with prices starting at $149. Both the 32GB and 64GB models are available for 15% off.


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Video: How to permanently disable macOS High Sierra...

Every time you boot a Mac running an older version of macOS, you'll likely see at least one pop-up notification urging you to download and install the latest macOS High Sierra operating system.

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Wall Street wowed by iPhone X performance, but cools...

Apple delivered record revenue in its holiday quarter, but went about it in a way different than investors expected, leaving analysts to rethink their so-called "super cycle" predictions for iPhone X unit sales growth. But with the average selling price of new iPhones soaring to unexpected highs, analysts remain bullish on the company's prospects in the months to come.

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Apple Watch, AirPods drive wearables rev 70%,...

All those stories about “Apple Watch isn’t selling” can stop now.

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Review: Cardhop, Contact management jedi for macOS

Apple’s Contacts app (formerly Address Book) hasn’t changed much over the years. It’s pretty much a loose database of friends and family, offer the required functionality to support a centralized locations for email addresses, contacts, and phone numbers. But it feels like Apple was forced to make it, against its will.

Luckily Flexibits’ Cardhop picks up where Contacts leaves off. Cardshop organizes your contacts via an easy menu in the macOS menu bar, then adds quick actions to message, email, place a call. Other neat features include quick access to groups of contacts (for sending a group email) and the ability to send Facebook messages without having to switch over to a web browser.

Flexibits has gone bananas in its effort to both bring additional functionality to macOS with an emphasis on user experience (just like it did with Fantastical). This is a good thing. Pretty...

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How to get rid of those annoying Mac update...

Who knew it was so easy?

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The 100 most interesting sales at Las Vegas...

I don’t know enough motorcycle history to really appreciate some of these bikes but I bet some of you are old enough to have owned them and will weep silent tears when you see what they went for at auction.

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Pilot’s spectacular photos taken from an airplane...

Those of us who have struggled to take great shots out of an airplane window will be very jealous of this guy.

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Asheville School plans a Summer App Development Camp...

Asheville (N.C.) School plans to help teenagers from across the U.S. and abroad learn how to make apps this summer. The co-ed boarding and day school is offering an overnight and day camp in July that focuses on teaching kids how to write code, think critically, and make apps using Apple's programming language – Swift.

Touted as safe, fast, and expressive, Swift appeals to developers who are aiming to build on Apple’s multiple platforms, such as iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS.  Led by two experienced app developers, Technology Director Charles Long and Communications Director Bob Williams, Asheville School's Summer App Development Camp will teach young people ages 13 to 18 all about how to code apps.

App Camp instructors Charles Long and Bob Williams help teach students how to make apps using Apple's Swift programming language. The co-ed app camp, located in Asheville, NC, offers two one-week sessions in July for teens across the U.S. and abroad.

"It's a...

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Apple beat Samsung in unit sales with iPhone X...

Last year, Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note 7 created a catastrophically distracting meltdown for the company that enabled Apple to surpass it in total unit sales of smartphones during the winter quarter. This year, Apple has again surpassed sales of all Samsung smartphones in the quarter, except this time it's by virtue of trend-bucking new demand for the innovative, revolutionary iPhone X--without much apparent regard for its price.

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Super Bowl Weekend Deals: Loaded 15" MacBook...

Heading into the big weekend, shoppers can pick up a new Apple TV 4K for free when you prepay for four months of DirecTV Now. Or save $350 on Apple's 2017 15" MacBook Pro with a 3.1GHz processor, 512GB of storage and top-of-the-line Radeon 560 graphics. DJI's Phantom 4K drone is also on sale for $799 with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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The Power of RAW on iPhone, Part 2: Editing RAW

Lots of really good info here and not just specific to de With’s Halide iOS app, although it’s worth your money if you want to get more out of your iPhone shots.

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HBO beats Apple in bidding war for new J.J. Abrams’...

After a bidding war with Apple, HBO has landed the first TV series that writer/director/producer J.J. Abrams has written since 2008's Fringe. 

Demimonde is about a family — consisting of a mother who works as a scientist, her husband and their young daughter — who all get into a terrible car crash. After the mother winds up in a coma, her daughter begins digging through her experiments in the basement and winds up being transported to another world amid a battle against a monstrous, oppressive force, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Her father then follows her into this new world. HBO is only describing the series as "an epic and intimate sci-fi fantasy drama.”

So far Apple has commissioned seven scripted series....

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Staples has 12 duster cans for $40

Normally $80, this pack of duster cans will keep your PC and other electronics clean for months.

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Report: iPhone beats out Samsung in Q4, global...

IHS Markit is out with its 2017 data on smartphone shipments. The firms’ numbers are a bit more positive than what we saw yesterday from Strategy Analytics, pointing to a smaller quarterly decline along with a greater increase in year-over-year shipments. The data also puts iPhone in first place with the highest share of holiday quarter smartphone sales.


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Two Apple retail employees hospitalized following...

Two employees at a Hong Kong Apple Store were taken to hospital on Friday following another battery-related incident, according to reports, with the pair said to have inhaled smoke generated by an iPhone battery while undertaking an in-store repair of a customer's device.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: urBeats3 Lightning Headphones...

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HBO wins bidding war with Apple for J.J. Abrams sci-...

Proving limits to Apple's corporate clout, HBO has reportedly won the rights to a J.J. Abrams science fiction show called "Demimonde," which was being shopped around in script form.

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What a difference a week makes: Apple's $88.3...

Not only was Apple's holiday quarter of 2017 a hard compare to previous year's numbers because of three flagship models, but the year-ago quarter had an extra sales week. AppleInsider breaks down the numbers for a closer look at Apple's earnings, on a "average per week" basis.

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Review: Zephyr’s drone simulator is a great if...

One of the downsides of living in a city is that opportunities to fly your drone tend to be limited. Where I live is well inside the massive chunk of drone-free air over London. Indeed, I’m inside both controlled airspace for my nearest airport (London City, less than five miles away) and a separate Restricted Area above central London.

So if I want to reach clear airspace, it’s either a car ride or train journey away – which means I only really do it when I have a specific reason or project in mind. That makes it hard to build on, or even maintain, my flying skills.

DJI of course has its own drone simulator built into the DJI Go app, but it’s more of a conceptual implementation than an accurate simulation of real-world physics. Which is why I decided to try Zephyr, a simulator for the Mac and Windows that claims to accurately model the actual flight characteristics of the drones it covers …


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∞ A beautiful iPhone X commercial from Brazil

[Video] Beautifully filmed, commemorating Carnaval. Embedded in main Loop post.

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The best wireless chargers for iPhone X and iPhone 8

Jason Cross, Macworld:

Wireless charging isn’t always a great substitute for plugging in, but it’s a very convenient way to keep your phone topped off through most of the day. A wireless charger on your desk means no more plugging and unplugging throughout the day and a full charge when you head home from work. A wireless charger next to your bed makes it easy to grab and go in the morning, or just pick up your phone to “check one thing” without fussing with the lightning cable.

We’ve tested a big heap of wireless chargers, and these are some of our favorites.

Be sure to check out the second page, which talks about competing standards (iPhones only support Qi), 5W vs. 7.5W performance, and more.

Of course, you can wait for Apple’s announced AirPower charger. All we know about the ship date is “2018”.


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Surface Pro 4 owners are putting their tablets in...

Tom Warren, The Verge:

Hundreds of Surface Pro 4 owners have been complaining about screen flickering issues on their tablets. A thread over at Microsoft’s support forums shows that the problems have been occurring for more than a year, and most devices affected are out of warranty. Dubbed “Flickergate,” a website to report the issues claims at least 1,600 Surface Pro 4 owners have experienced the screen flickering problems.


Some owners have even started freezing their tablets to stop the screen flickering temporarily. “I get about half an hour’s use out of it after ten minutes in the freezer,” says one owner. Another user posted a video showing how the flickering stops as soon as the Surface Pro 4 is placed in a freezer.

Hardware is hard.


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Apple earnings: The Six Colors charts

Apple’s results in glorious chart form. Terrific resource.

If I had to pick two charts on which to focus, check out the very first one, “Apple Q1 2018 revenue by category”, and the second from the last chart, “Services revenue (4-quarter moving average)”.

One key to Apple’s continued success is diversity. The growth of that Services pie-wedge in the first chart helps reduce Apple’s dependence on iPhone sales. And that beautiful growth curve in the Services revenue chart shows that Apple is steadily moving in the right direction.

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Apple offers special badge, iMessage stickers for...

To mark American Heart Month, which promotes cardiovascular health, Apple is launching a special Activity Challenge for the Apple Watch, which comes with a badge and three animated iMessage stickers for whoever completes it.

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YouTube live streaming service arrives for Apple TV

This is nifty.

In a surprise address on Wednesday, YouTube announced that its streaming live TV service is now available on Apple TV devices. In a tweet telling Apple TV owners to check the App Store, the official YouTube TV account disclosed that its app is now available on tvOS-based devices.

The launch, which had been scheduled for spring of 2017, was pushed back in December on the Roku and Apple TV platforms, the company stating it would launch in the first quarter of 2018 after failing to meet an October deadline.

YouTube TV allows users to bypass big-name cable providers to access premium channels for a flat $35 fee. The service is now available in up to 80 metro areas as of last month and now counts more than 50 networks as part of its package, with other channels available as purchasable add-ons.

If you’ve had a chance to try out YouTube’s live streaming service on your Apple TV and have any feedback to offer, let us know about your...

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Mac-Chi debuts Enact app for macOS

Mac-Chi has debuted Enact, a macOS productivity app that focuses on simplifying the movement of data. It allows users to format, save, print, or post the clipboard contents to social media. 

By dragging text onto the Enact dock icon, users can optionally include a customizable citation when dispatching the text. Users can also directly open a specific tab in Safari by clicking on a status item in the menubar.

Enact requires macOS 10.10 or later. It’s free to download from the Mac App Store. However, in-app purchases allow you to access “premium” features.

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Apple earnings call transcript

First things first, big thanks to Jason Snell and his mighty typing fingers for this transcript. A service to the community.

Way too much in the transcript to unpack it all, but here are just a few highlights:

Apple’s active installed base reached 1.3 billion devices in January, and is at an all-time high for all of our major products. One point three billion devices represents an astonishing 30 percent growth in just two years.


What makes this even more remarkable is that the quarter we’re reporting today was 13 weeks long, while the year-ago quarter was 14 weeks.

Meaning, we did what we did in one less week than last year. No small thing.

The number of paid subscriptions across our services offerings passed 240 million by the end of the December quarter. That’s an increase of 30 million in the last 90 days alone, which is the largest quarterly growth ever.


Apple Pay has reached an important milestone in the U.S. As...

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Apple is in first place with 19% of the global...

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments tumbled 9% annually to reach 400 million units in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2017 — the biggest annual fall in smartphone history — but Apple captured first place with 19% global market share.

The iPhone maker shipped 77.3 million smartphones worldwide in Q4 2017, slipping 1% annually from 78.3 million in Q4 2016. Despite robust iPhone X demand and an iPhone average selling price approaching an incredible $800, Strategy Analytics notes that global iPhone volumes have actually declined on an annual basis for five of the past eight quarters. 

“If Apple wants to expand shipment volumes in the future, it will need to launch a new wave of cheaper iPhones and start to push down, not up, the pricing curve,” opines Neil Mawston, executive director at Strategy Analytics.

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Deal: These TAMO Forever Cables could be the last...

Aren't you tired of having to purchase Lightning charging cables all the time? Many of the bargain cables are made of plastic that tends to crack or fray after limited use, meaning that you end up throwing out cables that are no longer usable. How about a tough, steel-coiled cable that won't fray? These TAMO Forever Cables got their name because they're designed and built to last...forever. At $27.99 for each 3-foot MFi-certified cable, you'll get a lifetime of service charging your devices.

Available in silver, gold, rose gold and black, the TAMO Forever Cables charge your phone in style:

  • Steel coiled cables have reinforced soldering...
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Apple Watch, AirPods drive Wearables rev 70%,...

Apple is criticized for making much of its revenues from one hit product: iPhone. However, its newest foray into Wearables has not only become its fastest-growing revenue source behind iPhone, but is also larger and growing more rapidly than other top tech firms' hyped future growth segments, such as Amazon's ads business, Google's Cloud and Alphabet's Other Bets.

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YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV

Peter Cao, 9to5Mac:

Less than a day after the announcement, YouTube TV is now available on Apple’s tvOS platform. The cable-cutter streaming TV service starts at $35/month, with no contracts, and allows users to stream TV from their iPhone and now, Apple TV.

I love the way YouTube TV shared the news:

Hey @AppleTV users, check the app store.

— YouTube TV (@YouTubeTV) February 1, 2018

Another solid option for cord cutters.

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Strategy Analytics: Apple overtakes Samsung in...

Strategy Analytics:

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments tumbled 9 percent annually to reach 400 million units in Q4 2017. It was the biggest annual fall in smartphone history. Apple captured first place with 19% global marketshare, nudging Samsung into second position. Xiaomi continued its relentless rise, almost doubling smartphone shipments from a year ago.

In a nutshell, smartphone shipments fell 9 percent year-over-year, Samsung fell with it, Apple held reasonably steady in shipments despite the industry as a whole shrinking, and Apple gained considerable global marketshare.

Here’s the report, see for yourself.


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AppleInsider podcast talks 'iOS 12'...

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Neil talk about rumored cuts to "iOS 12" and what stability means, the idea of running iPad apps on an Mac, and what we learned from Apple's earnings call and its biggest quarter ever.

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February Apple Watch Activity Challenge rewards...

Apple will soon announce a new Activity Challenge for Apple Watch users, celebrating February as Heart Month. In this latest activity challenge, users must complete their exercise ring ring for seven days in a row, from February 8th to February 14th.

In addition to the new heart-shaped medal, Apple is rewarding users who achieve the challenge with animated iMessage stickers. See them below. The challenge will go live on the 8th February.


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Analysts say low Q2 guidance already baked into...

AAPL’s share price has held steady in after-hours trading despite low guidance on Q2 revenue. Analysts say that the stock had already dropped in response to reports of reduced iPhone X production targets, and the Q2 guidance was thus in line with expectations


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How to open Microsoft Office docs in macOS High...

Need to open or export Microsoft Office docs in macOS High Sierra, but don’t want to spring for Office? You can use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to open and save docs created with Microsoft Office.

Open Microsoft Word documents with Pages. Open Microsoft Excel documents with Numbers. Open Microsoft PowerPoint presentations with Keynote.

That’s all there is to it. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are available from the Mac App Store.

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SpamSieve 2.9.30

Now a 64-bit only app, the spam filtering utility requires OS X 10.7 Lion or later. ($30 new, free update, 13.7 MB)


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Notable apps and app updates for Feb. 2, 2018

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Life Ninja has launched HIIT Revolution. The app promises” to bring all the benefits of a high-intensity interval training class to the user's own home, hotel room or office.” It also offers an extensive library of streamable instruction videos, in addition to animated workout sequences, and more. HIIT Revolution is free, but does tout in-app purchases.

Learnia has debuted Learnia, a math and spelling app for the iPad. To make progress, kids have to master skill stones that contain lectures, exercises and a final challenge. Skill stones can be...

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Apple seems to be testing iPhone battery support...

If you’re north of the border, this is relevant to you.

Apple seems to be launching a trial of its iPhone battery replacement program in Canada. The company has geared support its app to take names for particular iPhone models and says the app will alert users when the battery is available locally.

The program appears to be handled specifically though the Apple Support app. Users wanting to replace their battery select Get Support, select the phone in question, choose battery, power, charging as a service desired, then they are presented the option to Reserve a Battery.

The functionality does not seem to have surfaced for the U.S. version of the app as of this writing, but the overall replacement program seems to try to source the required battery from the local store. Upon location the battery, the app then informs the user that the battery will be placed on hold for seven days prior to the battery being released into general stock and the reservation is...

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Apple reports $88.3 billion in revenue for Q1 2018

Even if iPhone X sales are slumping, Apple still reported a record-breaking $88.3 billion in revenue for the quarter ending on December 31st, 2017. This represents a 13 percent increase over last year’s $78.4 billion.

The company managed to sell 77.3 million iPhones in the three-month holiday quarter, about a million less than last year, but revenue grew by more than $7 billion to $61.6 billion. Per company CEO Tim Cook, the iPhone X “surpassed our expectations and has been our top-selling iPhone every week since it shipped in November.”

Apple also sold 5.1 million Macs and 13.2 million iPads during the period, versus 5.5 million and 13.1 million over the previous period.

Apple also cited the Apple Watch and AirPods as big sellers, although the company didn’t release sales numbers for these products and placed their revenue in the “Other Products” category, surged more than 35 percent to $5.5 billion. Cook said sales of Apple Watch were up 50 percent for the...

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How to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang...

Ditching cable doesn't mean you'll miss all the Olympics action. Here's how to watch every moment of action for free or through a streaming service.

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Thursday February 1

Keyboard Maestro 8.0.5

Maintenance release with a number of fixes and improvements for the automation and clipboard utility. ($36 new, free update, 22.3 MB)


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Apple tops worldwide smartphone vendor list in Q4...

Apple led the worldwide smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2017, according to fresh statistics from Strategy Analytics, with strong demand for products like iPhone X and iPhone 8 bucking wider market headwinds.

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Airbus' drone taxi takes to the skies for the...

When Airbus first announced its plans to develop a self-flying taxi, it sounded like a fever dream of a sci-fi fan. Now, the aerospace giant has proven that it wasn't joking: Airbus' Vahana team have successfully flown their autonomous air taxi dubbe...

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Strategy Analytics: iPhone the top-selling...

Following Apple’s record earnings release earlier today, Strategy Analytics is out this evening with new data on the smartphone industry. The analytics firm says that global smartphone shipments suffered their largest annual decrease during the holiday quarter…


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Apple Begins Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and 7 Plus...

Apple today has added refurbished iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models to its online store for the first time in the United States. MacRumors reports: iPhone 7 models are available in all three storage capacities, including 32GB for $499, 128GB for $589, and 256GB for $679, reflecting savings of 10 percent off Apple's current prices for brand new models. All five colors are currently in stock, including Black, Jet Black, Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold. iPhone 7 Plus models with 32GB or 128GB of storage are available for $599 and $689 respectively, which is also 10 percent off. There are no 256GB models in stock. Available colors include Black, Gold, and Rose Gold. Apple says all refurbished iPhone models are thoroughly inspected, tested, cleaned, and repackaged with a new white box and all manuals and accessories. Apple also installs a new battery and replaces the outer shell, making it nearly impossible to distinguish between a refurbished and brand new iPhone. Any refurbished iPhone...

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Tim Cook: Apple doesn’t care if the iPhone battery...

During Apple’s Q1 2018 earnings call today, Tim Cook addressed Apple’s on-going iPhone battery replacement program and controversy concerning its practice of slowing down iPhones with aging batteries. Cook was asked about whether or not Apple sees the iPhone battery repair program having an effect on upgrade rates moving forward..


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Apple's 77.3 million iPhone, $88.3 billion...

The addition of the iPhone X that commanded a steeper premium than ever before has made Apple's financial quarter an interesting one. The changes over time are best illustrated graphically, showing the magnitude of the quarter, as compared to quarters of years past.

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YouTube on Thursday launched its live TV streaming service, YouTube TV, on Apple TV, making good on promises made last year to deliver the product to Apple's set-top devices.

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Google Voice finally updated with iPhone X...

Several months after the iPhone X’s release, Google has finally updated its Voice application to support the new screen resolution.


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Nintendo Labo hands-on: Cardboard has never been...

Leave it up to Nintendo to get us excited over cardboard. Labo, its DIY Switch-powered cardboard accessory line, seemed like the purist encapsulation of Nintendo's philosophy: "Play" is far more important than having the best graphics. At first glanc...

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Apple At Work teams with CDW to help enterprise...

Apple is expanding its efforts to make it easier for the enterprise to more efficiently buy or lease iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch, Apple TV and other products in a new initiative it is initially rolling out with CDW.

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‘Diablo’ creator’s next game is a 2D dungeon crawler

If you lost hours and hours delving beneath Tristram in the original Diablo, you have David Brevik to thank, who created and programmed the classic action RPG. The veteran developer went on to co-found and head the studio that became Blizzard North,...

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YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV

Less than a day after the announcement, YouTube TV is now available on Apple’s tvOS platform. The cable-cutter streaming TV service starts at $35/month, with no contracts, and allows users to stream TV from their iPhone and now, Apple TV.


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iPhone, iPad sales surprisingly flat, but Apple...

If iPhone X is slumping, it’s sure not affecting Apple’s bottom line. In the quarter ending December 31, 2017, Apple reported a record revenue of $88.3 billion, a 13 percent increase over last year’s $78.4 billion (which was also a record). Additionally, Apple posted an all-time record quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.89. And that's with one less week of sales over last year's first quarter.

Leading the way was the iPhone, but not due to unit sales. Apple moved 77.3 million iPhones in the three-month holiday quarter, about a million less than last year, but revenue grew by more than $7 billion to $61.6 billion. While Apple didn’t break out the different models of iPhone, it’s clear that the higher price of iPhone X contributed to the gains...

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019: Apple’s holiday quarter, Mario Kart for iOS,...

Today we’ve got a breakdown of Apple’s holiday quarter results, Nintendo promising Mario Kart for iOS, Owl Car Cam from iPod engineers, and our latest HomeKit review with Sylvania Smart+ light strips.

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YouTube's live TV service is now available on...

Looks like Google is making good on its promise to bring its cord-cutting alternative to more popular platforms. YouTube TV is now available for Apple TVs, after having hit Roku devices earlier today. The service is available in almost 100 different...

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Apple to increase affiliate commissions for Apple...

In an email to affiliate users today, Apple said that it will be increasing Apple Music commission rates to 100%, which is twice as much as before. In conjunction with that move, however, Apple is also decreasing iTunes Music affiliate rates.


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Highlights from Apple’s conference call on its first...

Here are some of the highlights from Apple’s call with the press and analysts on Apple’s financial results for its fiscal 2018 first quarter that ended December 30, 2017. CEO Tim Cook and Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri spoke during the conference call.

  • This was Apple’s fifth consecutive quarter of accelerating revenue growth.
  • Average revenue growth per week was 21% year-over-year. That’s impressive considering the fiscal quarter was 13 weeks compared to the same quarter a year-ago which had 14 weeks.
  • Apple saw double-digit revenue growth in all of the geographic segments it tracks.
  • The tech giant’s cash reserves hit $285.1 billion in the quarter ending in December, a record, reflecting the company's move to high-priced handsets and new tax regulations.
  • Worldwide, 60% of Mac sales were to first-time buyers. In China, that figure is 90%. Sales were up 2% year-over-year with the Mac’s active installed base up double digits year-...
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Apple Pay finally coming to Brazil later in 2018 [u]

In Apple's Q1 results call, CEO Tim Cook confirmed that Apple Pay will reach the biggest South American market -- Brazil -- sometime later this year. [Updated with official webpage]

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Apple aims to achieve net cash balance, hints at...

Apple is looking to reduce its gigantic cash hoard to become "net cash neutral" over time, according to CFO Luca Maestri, suggesting the company is planning to mete out dividends, accelerate stock buybacks or perhaps increase mergers and acquisitions operations.

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Tim Cook announces Apple Pay is coming to Brazil soon

In today’s earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple Pay will be rolling out in Brazil soon. While he didn’t give us an exact date, Cook said it would be coming soon.


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Notes of interest from Apple's Q1 2018...

Revenue reached new heights in Apple's holiday 2017 quarter, but unit sales of the iPhone fell year over year, reflecting the premium-priced lineup of the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8. Following the publications of its first fiscal quarter 2018 results, the company held a conference call with media and analysts, and notes of interest follow.

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Apple calls for lower-than-expected Q2 guidance on...

Despite Apple's revenue rising 13 percent year-over-year during the December quarter and setting a new record, about $88.3 billion, the company is guiding between $60 billion and $62 billion in revenue for the March quarter -- below market forecasts.

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Tim Cook: iPhone X 'top-selling iPhone every...

In Apple's quarterly earnings statement, Apple CEO Tim Cook declared that since it shipped to customers, the iPhone X was the biggest seller every week, outpacing the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus through November and December.

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Apple’s revenue hits an all-time quarterly high at $...

Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2018 first quarter that ended December 30, 2017. The company posted quarterly revenue of $88.3 billion, an increase of 13% from the year-ago quarter and an all-time record, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.89, up 16%, also an all-time record. International sales accounted for 65 percent of the quarter’s revenue.

The average selling price of the iPhone hit approximately $796.42; this was the highest ever for the smartphone. Apple sold 77.3 million iPhones, compared to 78.3 million in the year-ago quarter. iPad sales were up slightly year-over-year from 13.1 million to 13.2 million. However, Mac sales dipped slightly from 5.4 million to 5.1 million.

“We’re thrilled to report the biggest quarter in Apple’s history, with broad-based growth that included the highest revenue ever from a new iPhone lineup. iPhone X surpassed our expectations and has been our top-selling iPhone every week since it shipped in...

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Premium-priced iPhone X, iPhone 8 propel Apple to $...

Apple continued its streak of record breaking holiday quarters, coasting to new heights yet again with revenue of $88.3 billion and earnings per share of $3.89, based largely on the highest-ever average selling prices for iPhone lineup.

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Live blog: Apple’s fiscal year Q1 2018 earnings call

Just a few minutes ago, Apple officially announced its fiscal first quarter results for 2018, representing the massive holiday shopping season and the first quarter of iPhone X sales. The company reported profits of $20.1 billion on revenue of $88.3 billion, selling 77.3 million iPhones, 5.1 million Macs, and 13.2 million iPads.

Next up is Apple’s quarterly earnings call with Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri. It will kickoff at 2PM PT/5PM ET. Follow along below…


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∞ Apple reports record quarterly revenue

Apple on Thursday reported its fiscal first quarter results, posting revenue of $88.3 billion, an increase of 13 percent from the year-ago quarter and an all-time record.

“We’re thrilled to report the biggest quarter in Apple’s history, with broad-based growth that included the highest revenue ever from a new iPhone lineup. iPhone X surpassed our expectations and has been our top-selling iPhone every week since it shipped in November,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We’ve also achieved a significant milestone with our active installed base of devices reaching 1.3 billion in January. That’s an increase of 30 percent in just two years, which is a testament to the popularity of our products and the loyalty and satisfaction of our customers.”

In the first quarter of 2018, Apple sold 77.3 million iPhones, down from the 78.2 million from the same quarter in 2017. The company sold 13.1 million iPads, up slightly from the 13 million sold in the year-ago quarter, and they sold 5...

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Apple announces Q1 2018 revenue of $88.3b: 77.3m...

After forecasting a record quarter with revenue between $84 billion and $87 billion, Apple has just reported its quarterly results for the last three months of 2017. While Apple’s previous quarter included initial iPhone 8 sales, today’s results are the first to include initial iPhone X sales as it launched in early November.

Apple reports $88.3b in revenue and $20.1b profit from 77.3m iPhones, 13.2m iPads, and 5.1m Macs sold. That compares to $78.4b in revenue and $17.89b in profit from 78.3m iPhones, 13m iPads, and 5.3m Macs in the same quarter a year ago. Apple reported $52.6b in revenue and $10.7b profit from 46.7m iPhones, 10.3m iPads, and 5.4m Macs during the previous quarter.

Apple highlights that its active install base reached 1.3 billion devices in January, and the company forecasts revenue between $60 and $62 billion during FY2018 Q2.

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Apple Posts Record Revenues and Profits in Q1 2018,...

Apple’s revenues and profits grew at record rates during the first financial quarter of 2018, but signs of softer unit sales indicate that more of the company’s money is coming from higher-priced, higher-margin products. The other big winners were the Services and Other Products categories.


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Review: Sylvania Smart+ LED flexible light strips...

Sylvania’s Smart+ LED flexible light strips work with Apple HomeKit right out-of-the-box without requiring a hub. They’re also $30 cheaper than the comparable Philips Hue solution, so what’s the catch? If you only care about the HomeKit experience, there really isn’t one. Here’s my experience:


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Hands-on: The iMac Pro’s UHS-II SD Card reader can...

Everyone gets excited about the iMac Pro’s multi-core functionality, and rightfully so. Having applications like Final Cut Pro X and Screen Flow 7, apps that take advantage of multiple cores to speed up work, can have major performance implications. Another speed-oriented iMac Pro feature can make a noticeable difference in certain workflows as well.

One of the more unheralded new additions to the iMac line is support for UHS-II SD Cards. It means that users may experience noticeably faster file transfer speeds when offloading photos and video footage to the iMac Pro from supported cards. more…

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Apple World Today News Update: February 1, 2018

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Welcome to the shortest month of the year...that usually feels like it's two months long. Our February coverage of Apple starts with five stories from around the world of Apple:

  • Uber's latest iOS app update disabled the ability to hail a ride from within Apple Maps or using Siri
  • India builds another barrier to entry for Apple by raising custom duties on imported mobile phones from 15 to 20 percent
  • A new setting in iOS and macOS makes it possible for enterprise administrators to delay updates for up to 90 days
  • Only a little over three weeks until the first Apple retail store in Austria is set to open in Vienna
  • Slack is the latest company to do away with an Apple Watch app

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...

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Coach releases simple and clean black and brown...

Coach has today released some new Apple Watch bands. The new Apple Watch Strap comes in black or brown while the Strap with Prints and Strap with Tea Rose are now available in new colors.


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The Amazon Fire TV 4K is 21% off right now

If you need a 4K-compatible streaming device, Amazon, Staples, Best Buy, and Target have the 4K Fire TV on sale for $55 right now. That's about 21 percent off the usual price, and close to the all-time low of $50.

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