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Wednesday November 1

Apple financial results for Q4 2017

As usual, Apple will announce a metric buttload of profit and sales. And, as usual, expect a lot of unanswered and stupid questions from the assembled analysts on the call.

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Qualcomm sees 90% drop in profit during Q4 2017 as...

Qualcomm today reported its fourth quarter earnings for 2017 and the numbers aren’t pretty. The company announced a nearly 90 percent drop in profits, while revenue fell 4.5 percent. While the company still beat expectations, it noted that numbers were plagued by its ongoing legal case with Apple…


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Canaccord Genuity: Apple can’t afford to ‘design out...

Yesterday, there was a report that Apple is designing iPhones and iPads for next year that would jettison the chipmaker's components. Modem chips from Intel and possibly MediaTek would be placed in the devices instead as Qualcomm is reportedly withholding software critical to testing its chips in Apple prototypes, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Not so fast, says Canaccord. The investment bank’s analyst, Mike Walkley, doesn’t think Apple can afford to “design out” Qualcomm, at the moment, especially given the impending arrival of 5G wireless services in the coming years. Here’s what he tells Barron’s:

“The Wall Street Journal reported Apple may be developing a next-...

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Tim Cook to appear on NBC News to discuss division...

Apple CEO Tim Cook will appear on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, and will discuss the alleged Russian manipulation of the U.S. populace with social media.

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Morgan Stanley: consumers will spend $30 billion on...

Morgan Stanley expects consumers will spend roughly $30 billion on the iPhone X in the fourth quarter, a “significant headwind” for traditional retailers as consumers will likely divert money away from spending on things like clothing, reports The Wall Street Journal.

The global financial services firm expects sales at department stores and footwear sellers to fall 0.4% in the fourth quarter. iPhone X pre-orders started Friday, Oct. 27; the first units are supposed to be available on Friday, Nov. 3. It comes in 64GB and 256GB models with pricing starting at $999.

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iPhone X tech was originally meant to show up in...

Apple was originally expecting to ship the technologies in the iPhone X in 2018, hardware engineering head Dan Riccio revealed in an interview published this week.

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240 new emojis out now in iOS 11.1

I use four emojis. This is overkill for me.

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HomePod will pass Siri queries beyond music playback...

A delve into the new HomePod firmware, and developer documentation shows that Apple's forthcoming smart speaker will process full Siri queries on a synchronized iPhone or iPad rather than refusing them, or processing them on-device.

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Photo enhancement is starting to get crazy


As the worlds of artificial intelligence and digital photography collide, we’re starting to see some mind-blowing technology emerge. The latest research in turning low-resolution photos into high-definition photos may drop your jaws — it’s starting to cross into the realm of sci-fi.

The examples used in the article are

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Tim Cook to talk ‘fake news’ and Russian election...

Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to appear in a new interview with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt this evening less than two days before the iPhone X hits stores, but Apple’s upcoming flagship phone won’t be the only topic discussed.


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iPhone X samples touch input at 120Hz for faster,...

When Apple refreshed the iPad Pro line this summer, it introduced a stunning new feature called ProMotion. Instead of refreshing the display at 60Hz like most phones and tablets, it cranked it all the way up to 120Hz for super-smooth animations and lightning-fast touch response. And to save battery life, it made the refresh rate adaptive—it drops way down when there’s no movement or interaction.

I wasn’t alone in hoping Apple would bring the technology to the iPhone this year, and I’m a little disappointed it didn’t find a way to make it work without wrecking battery life. But while the iPhone 8 and iPhone X may not have ProMotion, they may have the next best thing: 120Hz touch sampling rate.

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iOS 11.2: Features, release date, and how to install...

iOS 11 is the biggest change to Apple’s mobile operating system in years. It’s so ambitious in scope that many of it’s promised features still haven’t shipped yet. iOS 11.1 mostly fixed bugs and brought us a bunch of new emoji, so we’re hoping that 11.2 is more substantial. I mean, I love emoji as much as the next person but I really want Apple Pay Cash and Messages in iCloud.

Here’s what we know about 11.2 so far. What’s in it, when it’s coming, and how you can grab the beta right now.

What’s in iOS 11.2?

The big stuff we’re all waiting on—Messages synced through iCloud and Apple Pay Cash—have made no appearance yet in the iOS 11.2 betas. But there’s still time before release.


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Surgeon uses iPhone ultrasound machine to diagnose...

The Butterfly IQ ultrasound machine

Vascular surgeon John Martin had just joined a startup called Butterfly Network early this year when he decided to test the company's product -- the $1,999 Butterfly IQ. It's a solid-state ultrasound machine that uses a unique semiconductor chip to create the high-frequency sound waves that are used to see what's in the body, and it uses an iPhone to view the imagery. Martin quickly saw something he didn't want to see; a three-centimeter mass on his throat, which turned out to be squamous-cell cancer.

Martin had the cancer diagnosed, underwent surgery and radiation treatment, and is on the mend. He sees the future of the Butterfly IQ and devices like it taking ultrasound imagery from expensive machines found only in hospitals and clinics to the home. The portability of the device, when connected to a smartphone, means that ultrasound imaging could be done by ambulance...

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How to use animoji on Apple's iPhone X

One of the unique features enabled by Apple's TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X is animoji -- animated emoji -- based on your real-life head and mouth movements.

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The iPhone X features a new, exclusive, default...

One small nicety included with the iPhone X is a new ringtone called ‘Reflection’. Until now, every iPhone has defaulted to the ‘Opening’ ringtone since iOS 7.

‘Reflection’ is not only exclusive, but the default for fresh iPhone X setups. We’ve embedded it below so you can listen to it ahead of the phone’s release …


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Killer iPad Deals: 32GB 9.7" iPad Pro for $399...

Exclusively for AppleInsider readers, B&H Photo is knocking $200 off 32GB and 128GB 9.7-inch iPad Pros (Wi-Fi Only) with free expedited shipping and no tax outside NY and NJ (the lowest prices available). Plus, save $500 to $700 on 2016 15" MacBook Pros with 15% off AppleCare.

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∞ The GOAT vs MOTOBOT Ver.2

Racing against Yamaha’s MOTOBOT Ver.2, an autonomous motorcycle, is an interesting test.

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GarageBand 2.3 for iOS adds classic drum sequencer,...

Apple has deployed an update for the iOS version of GarageBand, with the new version taking advantage of the Super Retina display on the iPhone X, as well as adding a new sound library and a "classic" beat sequencer.

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Apple issues first public beta of iOS 11.2

Just a few days after the first beta of iOS 11.2 was issued to registered developers, Apple has now supplied members of its public beta program with the pre-release software for iPhone and iPad.

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Consumer Electronics at the PEPCOM Holiday Expo

Jeff Porten warms up for January’s CES in Las Vegas with a trip to PEPCOM’s branch show in New York City.


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Apple releases first iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2 public...

Apple has released the first public beta versions of iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2. Developer versions were made available for testing earlier this week.


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∞ Apple releases GarageBand 2.3 for iOS

Apple on Wednesday released a major update for GarageBand, bringing compatibility with the iPhone X, new instruments, sounds, and a brand-new Sound Library. […]

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GarageBand 2.3 update features new Sound Library,...

Apple on Wednesday released a major update to GarageBand for iOS, the company’s app for digital audio creation. GarageBand 2.3 features a new way to download sound packs, new drum sounds, and new Asian touch instruments.

The GarageBand 2,3 update is available for free in the App Store. If you already have GarageBand on your iPad or iPhone, look for an app update.

GarageBand 2.3 Sound Library

Apple offers a wide variety of instruments, loops, and sound packs, but the drawback is that the more you add, the more storage space the app requires. And on an iPad or iPhone, storage space and at a premium.

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GarageBand 2.3 adds new Sound Library, Beat...

We are getting a major update to Apple’s free iOS music production suite today. GarageBand was already considered to be one of, if not the best, DAW’s available to mobile music makers, and now it’s getting even better. With today’s update, Apple is focusing almost solely on content and we couldn’t be happier. While there are enhancements and minor improvements across the board here, it’s all about new sounds, instruments, beat creation and making sure it all fits perfectly on the edge-to-edge iPhone X Super Retina display.

We’ve had some time to play with all the new features as well as some hands-on time with the new Moog Model 15 synth AU integration. Head below for more details on everything new to GarageBand 2.3 for iOS… more…

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Apple shares abstract new Apple Music ad featuring...

Apple has shared a funky new ad on its YouTube channel promoting Apple Music by using abstractions of various album covers.


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Jamf Now: Mobile Device Management for teams and...

When you’re running a team or small business, you have much better things to do than act as an IT department. So how do you ensure that all of the Macs, iPhones, and iPads in your business are set up with the software you need, inventoried, managed wherever they may be located, and secured? Jamf Now is a powerful cloud-based tool to manage Apple devices that lets you get back to running your business, and it's this week's sponsor of Apple World Today.

How does Jamf Now work? Take a look at this video for an idea of just how easy it is to set up, manage and protect your valuable Apple assets with Jamf Now:

Get the idea? It’s easy to use a pre-defined Blueprint to get just the right configuration for the Apple devices used by your business or team. Define the apps, security, email, Wi-Fi, restrictions, and even...

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iPhone X Face ID versus Touch ID — which is faster?

There are key differences between Face ID on the iPhone X and Touch ID on other devices — facial recognition doesn’t care if you have wet fingers or gloves, while finger print recognition doesn’t worry about you wearing a ski mask — but which is faster? Early reviews put Face ID speed somewhere between Touch ID 1 and Touch ID 2, and Tom’s Guide has tested both and recorded the numbers. Touch ID beats Face ID in terms of speed, but there are a few things you can do to speed up the process.


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9to5Toys Lunch Break: $50 iTunes Gift Card $42, 13-...

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

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tvOS 11.1 Patches KRACK in Apple TV

Apple has updated tvOS to expand availability of the TV app and to address the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability.


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Polish site pegs Apple's AirPower charging mat...

A Polish online store has posted a listing for Apple's AirPower charging mat, due in 2018, claiming the product will cost 999 zlotys or about $273.99 -- which one news site suggests will translate to about $199 in the U.S.

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macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra Offers Minor Fixes and...

Apple has released the first update to macOS 10.13 High Sierra, but it only adds some emoji and fixes three bugs and nine security vulnerabilities.


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Virgin Orbit’s new company will focus on government...

Three space-related companies apparently aren't enough for Richard Branson. Today, TechCrunch reported that Virgin Orbit, which was spun out from Virgin Galactic, has created a subsidiary called Vox Space. It's intended to focus exclusively on govern...

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How to invoke Control Center and Notification Center...

With the iPhone X, Apple has by necessity switched up how to trigger both the Control and Notification Centers in iOS 11. Here's how to launch both.

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Russian Instagram posts reached 20 million users in...

Earlier this week, we learned that over half of Facebook's US audience, 126 million Americans, were exposed to Russia's attempts to influence last November's election on the platform. Now, tech companies are back in front of Congress answering questi...

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Polish retailer listing suggests AirPower could be...

Apple now supports wireless charging with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, but it isn’t selling its own charging pad yet. Instead, Apple Stores offer charging pads that support the Qi standard from Belkin and Mophie, each priced at $59.99.

The company did preview AirPower which it will start selling sometime next year, but the official release date and price are still unknown. Now a Polish...

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IKEA’s smart lighting officially supports HomeKit

After what seems like an eternity (for IKEA and HomeKit fans, at least), the Swedish furniture maker has added support for Apple's smart home platform. As 9to5Mac notes, so long as you have the company's Tradfri hub installed at your house, you'll be...

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Apple Watch Series 3 LTE use not ideal for marathon...

If you want to stream music while tracking an extended outdoor workout, you'll probably want to bring your iPhone in tow with your new Apple Watch Series 3, as the latest watchOS 4.1 update offers just three hours of uptime while streaming music and using GPS.

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Sainsbury’s bets on the vinyl revival with its own...

Helped by big-name retailers like HMV, Tesco and Sainsbury's, vinyl has seen a big revival in the UK. Based on Official Charts Company data, over 3.2 million vinyls were purchased last year alone, reaching heights not seen since 1991. It's a trend th...

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Microsoft HoloLens is now certified protective...

Microsoft first launched HoloLens in 2015 as a gaming-centric consumer product, but so far, very few folks have so much as picked up a Minecraft block with the $3,000 device. Microsoft isn't complaining, though. HoloLens has been a big success with b...

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This is how Apple built the iPhone X

Lance Ulanoff, Mashable:

Mashable recently sat down with Schiller and other senior members of Apple’s executive team including SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi, SVP hardware engineering Dan Riccio, and VP of user interface design Alan Dye for a wide-ranging discussion about how they built what is perhaps the most eagerly-anticipated smartphone since Apple’s founder Steve Jobs unveiled the original iPhone more than a decade ago.

Too much to quote, but a very enjoyable, informative read, all the way through. Well worth your time.

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Leaked HTC U11 Plus video reveals a bigger battery...

A hands-on video featuring the upcoming HTC U11 Plus has been leaked to Facebook, showing that the flagship phone will be available in a translucent option, as well as black and silver. Evan Bass, who's known for leaking tech specs, also confirmed th...

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FaceID is brilliant because it’s subtraction instead...

Daniel Miessler:

Imagine a similar handheld device from a superior alien race. Assuming they needed such an interface or display at all, they would simply handle their device normally and it would still allow them to perform sensitive actions.

To an unfamiliar observer it might seem like no authentication took place, like one could just pick up any device and start taking sensitive actions on their behalf. But in reality all of that functionality had just been removed from the workflow and done automatically. It’s security made invisible and effortless.

That’s what FaceID is, and why it represents such an improvement: it adds security while removing friction.

I like the analogy here. Touch ID focuses authentication on a physical act on a physical mechanism on the phone. Face ID is invisible.


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Amazon’s iOS app now uses ARKit for virtual shopping...

Along with launching today’s Countdown to Black Friday 2017, Amazon updated its iOS app to include a new feature for the holiday shopping season called ‘AR View’. Leaning heavily on Apple’s own ARKit, this new feature allows customers to virtually place products in their home “allowing them to visualize the aesthetic” prior to purchasing.


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Ben Lovejoy: I suspect Apple limits Face ID to one...

Ben Lovejoy, 9to5Mac, pulled a quote from this Mashable iPhone X review:

One important limitation of Face ID: It only lets you register one face. That may strike many as unnecessarily limiting since Touch ID lets users register up to 10 [sic] fingerprints, but Apple says it found the number of people who register more than one person’s fingerprints is miniscule.

Ben continues:

The idea that hardly anyone registers more than one person’s fingerprint didn’t ring true to me, and our poll shows that it’s not true for 9to5Mac users at least.

At the time of writing, the majority of our readers have more than person’s fingerprints registered for one or more of their iOS devices. Almost half (48.98%) have one other person registered, and a further 6.85% have more than two people.

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First look: Apple's official iPhone X leather...

Though Apple is holding back deliveries of the iPhone X until its official launch on Friday, the company has placed no such restrictions on official cases for the highly anticipated handset, as customers have now been receiving Apple's official iPhone X protective cases.

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Audible offers unlimited access to romance novels,...

Audiobook company Audible is today launching a new ‘all you can eat’ subscription to romance novels. Along with this new offering is a ‘jump to the good parts’ feature that was built with machine learning, which may come to other genres in the future.


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'Concrete Genie' is a game about bullying...

Back in the Dreamcast era, I fell in love with a game called Jet Set Radio. It was about a group of rollerbladers who leapt around a colorful, futuristic version of Tokyo spray-painting everything in sight. I consider it a classic and one of the best...

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The iPhone X can’t tell the difference between...

First things first, this is not news. Apple has been very up front about the Face ID edge cases.

That said, I did find this interesting, was wondering how long it would take before someone verified this theory.

From the linked Mashable article:

With both sets of twins, the other twin unlocked the iPhone X, even though neither one had registered his face with Face ID on the iPhone X. With the Franklin twins, we had both brothers remove their glasses and had the other brother register. Again, Face ID failed to tell the difference.

Look, Apple never claimed Face ID was perfect and, in my tests, it could not be fooled by photos or videos of my registered face.

But also interesting is the claim that Windows 10’s facial recognition tech was able to distinguish between twins.

Not much of an issue. Unless you are a twin. Especially an evil twin.

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Apple makes it easier to change your registered email

Does it irk you that you can't replace your Gmail, Outlook or any other third-party Apple ID with one of your Apple email addresses? Sure, it's a minor inconvenience, but if you really prefer using an, or email account to...

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Irish court rejects appeal against Apple data center...

The Irish High Court has tossed an appeal of a ruling in favor of Apple's Athenry data center, in theory removing the final legal obstacle towards the project's construction.

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Orbital ATK's Taurus rocket finally makes it...

Six and a half years after its last launch ended in failure, private spaceflight company Orbital ATK's Taurus-XL rocket -- now called Minotaur-C -- has made it into space. Since its maiden flight in 1994, the rocket has seen six successful launches a...

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The era of easily faked, AI-generated photos is...

Dave Gershgorn, Quartz:

Three years ago, after an argument at a bar with some fellow artificial intelligence researchers, Ph.D student Ian Goodfellow cobbled together a new way for AI to think about creating images. The idea was simple: one algorithm tries to generate a realistic image of an object or a scene, while another algorithm tries to decide whether that image is real or fake.

The two algorithms are adversaries—each trying to beat the other in the interest of creating the final best image—and this technique, now called “generative adversarial networks” (GANs) has quickly become a cornerstone of AI research.

The term GAN is worth remembering. It is one of the new shinys in AI research.

But more importantly, jump to the article and scan through the images, watch the embedded video. The generated images are remarkably good. I cannot tell the difference between generated images and real ones.

This is fascinating and scary, all rolled into one...

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Ireland’s High Court rejects appeal against Apple’s...

Ireland’s High Court on Wednesday rejected an appeal against Apple’s plans to build an 850 million euro (approximately $1 billion) data center in Ireland, clearing the way for the project to proceed, reports Reuters.

Last month Apple was finally given permission by Ireland's High Court to build a new data centre in Athenry, County Galway. Justice Paul McDermott ruled that Apple should be granted permission to build the data centre on Ireland's west coast. Seán Kyne, Ireland's minister for community development, natural resources, and digital development, said it was "very positive news for Galway and the West of Ireland.”

Computer-generated image...

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Australian grocer Woolworths links its reward card...

As noted by AppleInsider, Australian grocer Woolworths this month became the first retailer in the country to link its rewards card with Apple Wallet, allowing customers to load and redeem points and discounts via the digital wallet system. 

Rewards members can open the Wallet app and scan their physical card or visit a dedicated webpage, login and tap "Add to Apple Wallet." Users' cards are then provisioned for use at checkout, where customers can earn points or used gained rewards. 

When adding your Rewards card so you don’t have to open Apple Wallet to tap and earn. If you enable “Automatic updates” on your iOS device, it allows your points balance and other details to automatically refresh. After adding your Rewards card to an iPhone click on...

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Audible adds shortcuts to the 'good parts...

Sexy isn't what springs to mind when you think of big data. But, in Audible's case, it's providing a shortcut to the raciest audiobook passages on its service. The Amazon-owned firm is utilizing an algorithm as part of two features tied to its new ro...

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Apple updates its Apple ID policy

Apple has updated its Apple ID policy, so account holders can now use third-party email addresses as login credentials to switch to an Apple-provided email address. New customers have been sign up for an Apple ID for some time, using third-party email addresses like those from Google and Yahoo. 

You could use your login to another third-party account, but not an Apple domain such as “” That’s changed.

Before you change your Apple ID email address, you need to sign out of every Apple service and device that uses your Apple ID. If you want to use your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to change your Apple ID, stay signed in to your Apple ID on just that device. When you change your Apple ID, you can enter another third-party email address or an,, or email address.

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In unusual step, Apple touts positive comments from...

Apple has just issued a press release rounding up some positive comments from early reviewers of the iPhone X. This is an unusual step from the company, which is taking a different tack to reviews of this year’s flagship phone.

The press release has brief quotes from reviews by Buzzfeed, CNET, Creative Live Blog, the Evening Standard, Mashable, TechCrunch and the Wall Street Journal


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The makers of 'Resogun' are leaving arcade...

Over the past decade, the name Housemarque has become synonymous with arcade-style games. From the early PSN title Super Stardust HD to the PS4 launch savior Resogun, the Finnish studio has produced many critically acclaimed and commercially successf...

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Reviewer manages to fool Face ID’s attention check,...

A reviewer managed to fool the ‘attention check’ performed by Face ID on the iPhone X, which is intended to ensure that you are looking at the phone. It did, however, require a very unusual combination of circumstances …


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Apple TV 4K update will fix its video output problem

Apple TV 4K saw the set-top box leap into the same league as its rivals. But, despite getting so much right, the device still had a handful of flaws -- among them its one video output fits all functionality. AV enthusiasts cried foul, and it seems Ap...

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Apple wants to improve the cell service on your...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,807,661) for “cellular service recovery using cell-specific service history.” The goal is to improve cell service on the iPhone and Apple Watch.

The patent relates to cellular service recovery techniques using cell-specific cellular service history information for an accessory device. According to some embodiments, cellular service history information relating to cellular service loss occasions for each of one or more cells from which the accessory device has previously lost cellular service may be stored. 

It may be determined that cellular service loss is currently occurring from a cell for which cellular service history information relating to cellular service loss occasions is stored. Cellular service recovery may be attempted using the cellular service history information relating to cellular service loss occasions for the cell from which the current cellular service loss is occurring.

Regarding the Apple Watch, in...

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Welcome to November, 2017 - Have you learned to code...

With every day that goes by, it's more important to know how to code. For those who are young, coding could very well be your future career, while for older people it can help you move from a stagnating career or kickstart a new company. The Ultimate Learn to Code 2017 Bundle is made up of 174 lessons bundled into 10 courses that are usually priced at $1,186. During this special short term bundle, you can get it all for $49.

Brevity keeps us from listing the contents of each of the ten courses, so you'll want to dig into the details of each in the Deals Shop by clicking or tapping the link above. Here are those courses:

  • The Professional Ruby on Rails Developer...
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Vodafone's paid zero-rating Passes are now...

Attention social media butterflies, chatterboxes and serial streamers: Vodafone Passes are now live. If you're catching up, Passes are Vodafone's take on a zero-rating scheme. Unlike Three and some other networks that help you preserve your precious...

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Apple’s Irish data center saga may finally be over...

After more than two years and numerous false-starts, it appears that Apple has now cleared the final hurdle standing in the way of building a $1B data center in Ireland. A bid by two local residents to pursue a High Court appeal has been refused.

Objections by a small number of local residents delayed things from the start, with the local planning body responding by asking Apple to respond to five concerns


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How to scan QR codes in iOS 11

Apple has added QR support to iOS 11. You can scan QR codes without the need for a third-party app. Here’s how:

  • Open the Camera app and make sure the rear facing camera is enabled.
  • Point the camera viewfinder at the QR code. Make sure the code is entirely visible in the view finder.
  • Hold the camera steady. The QR code will be scanned instantly and you’ll see a notification at the top of the iPhone or iPad screen describing what kind of QR code you’ve scanned (website QR Code, Calendar QR code, etc.).

You’ll see what action the QR code can perform (add event to your calendar, open page in Safari). You don’t have to to press the capture or shutter button. Just pointing the camera and holding it steady at the QR code is all you need to do.

(This how-to is based on my experiences and info on Apple's support pages — where the images sometimes come from.)

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IKEA finally adds HomeKit support to its Tradfri...

After a few false starts, IKEA has finally added HomeKit integration to its Tradfri smart light range. For owners of Tradfri smart bulb accessories, you can now update your hub firmware and get the latest version of the Tradfri app from the App Store.

This allows you to generate a HomeKit code for your existing accessories and add them using the Apple Home app. You can then control the devices like any other HomeKit accessory, including Siri voice control.


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Comment: I suspect Apple limits Face ID to one...

One thing really jumped out at me yesterday reading Mashable’s early review of the iPhone X, and that was Apple’s response to a query by Lance Unlanoff.

One important limitation of Face ID: It only lets you register one face. That may strike many as unnecessarily limiting since Touch ID lets users register up to 10 [sic] fingerprints, but Apple says it found the number of people who register more than one person’s fingerprints is miniscule.

The idea that hardly anyone registers more than one person’s fingerprint didn’t ring true to me, and...

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'Halo 5' Overtime update adds 4K and...

We knew Halo 5 was among the chosen titles due to get the 4K treatment for the Xbox One X, and now we know when the upgrade will land. Tomorrow, the Overtime update will bring with it the resolution bump, along with the return of fan-favorite Oddball...

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The Gear Pouch is great for stashing and carrying...

WaterField Designs' Gear Pouch, designed for the busy professional, is great for stashing everything from tech or personal items to travel documents.

Three sizes and four color choices let you organize all kinds of gear and quickly identify contents. Compact and light, the Gear Pouch remains thin for easy packing, even when fully stuffed. Pricing ranges from $39 to $49 depending on size.

The latest version of the Gear Pouch maintains the best features of each of the previous pouches and adds lining and an upgraded look. You can use the pouch to organize all the small things you might otherwise forget.

Each size of the new Gear Pouch features one main compartment with several internal pockets and an additional front pocket. An Apple KeyBoard along with a mouse and power supply fit into the large pouch. The medium is for tech accessories or for travel documents, keys, sunglasses, a travel...

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Macphun takes on Lightroom CC with improved Luminar...

The Mac is in the midst of a photo editor renaissance, with applications like Photos for macOS continuing to improve and third-party options likes Affinity Photo popping up. Adobe, too, recently launched Lightroom CC, an all new cloud-based version of Lightroom for the Mac. Today, Macphun, the developers behind several popular photography applications for macOS, are introducing Luminar 2018, their answer to the increasingly competitive software landscape.


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Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 1, 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

Nuno Palmeirim has introduced BestOfPainting 1.0 for iOS and tvOS. It’s an art app that lets anyone “own” the most famous artworks in the world and enjoy them anytime in their Apple device. BestOfPainting showcases more than 6,000 detailed 4K full screen paintings. The app is free, but does offer in-app purchases.

Daikyouju Labs has debuted Ukulele Tuner Pro Lite 1.0. The free music app is designed for professional musicians and ukulele lovers alike. Ukulele Tuner Pro Lite indicates the sound frequency in Hertz (Hz) in order to achieve the exact note depending on the type...

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Apple releases iOS 11.1 update

If you were looking for a meaty iOS update, this might be your lucky day. On Tuesday, Apple released iOS 11.1, the latest version of its mobile operating system.

The update, a 246 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:

– Over 70 new emoji characters including new food types, animals, mythical creatures, clothing options, more expressive smiley faces, gender-neutral characters and more.

– Resolves an issue that could cause some photos to appear blurry.

– Addresses an issue that could cause Live Photo effects to playback slowly.

– Fixes an issue that could cause some photos to not display in the People album when restoring from an iCloud Backup.

– Fixes an issue that could impact performance when swiping between screenshots.

– Improves braille support for Grade 2 input.

– Improves VoiceOver access to multi-page PDFs.

– Improves VoiceOver rotor actions for...

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Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update

It’s not the heftiest update in the world, but it could be helpful. On Tuesday, Apple released its macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update.

The update adds the following fixes and changes:

– Fixes a bug where Bluetooth appeared as unavailable during Apple Pay transactions.

– Improves the reliability of Microsoft Exchange message sync in Mail.

– Fixes an issue where Spotlight does not accept keyboard input.

– Improves the reliability of SMB printing.

– Makes Touch ID preferences accessible while logged in as a mobile account on MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.

– Adds support for unlocking a FileVault-encrypted APFS volume using a recovery keychain file. For details, enter man diskutil in Terminal.

As always, the update can be found via the App Store under the “Updates” tab. If you’ve had a chance to try the macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update and have any feedback to offer, please let us know about your experience in the comments.


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Tuesday October 31

How to enable and use Reachability on iPhone X

Though the iPhone X removes the home button in favor of Face ID and a full-face display, users might still require access to Apple's Reachability feature for one-handed use. Despite reports to the contrary, the accessibility option is alive and well in Apple's latest flagship. We show you how to use it.

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Woolworths Australia adds rewards card to Apple...

Australian grocer Woolworths this month became the first retailer in the country to link its rewards card with Apple Wallet, allowing customers to load and redeem points and discounts via the digital wallet system.

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Face ID on iPhone X is just as fast, if not faster,...

Much has been said about Face ID on iPhone X, but prospective customers are wondering how the new face-based recognition system performs against Apple's established Touch ID system. In our tests, Face ID is as fast, or in some cases faster, than its predecessor.

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You can now change your Apple ID from a third-party...

Apple today has made a notable update to the process of changing the email address associated with your Apple ID. Starting today, you can change your Apple ID from a third-party email service such as Gmail or Yahoo to an Apple domain…


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Apple ID holders can now switch from third-party...

Apple on Tuesday updated its Apple ID policy, allowing account holders using third-party email addresses as login credentials to switch to an Apple-provided email address.

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Apple rejects AstroPad update that turned the iPad’s...

Astro HQ has made a name for itself with its innovative drawing apps on iOS. Just this month, the company showcased a new feature for its AstroPad Studio app that essentially turned the front-face camera into a newfound button for iPad users.

The company today announced, however, that Apple has rejected that idea…


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Apple releases WatchOS 4.1 with new Radio app,...

When you’re done updating your iPhone to iOS 11.1 (gotta get those new emoji), you might as well dip into the Apple Watch app and update your wrist computer to WatchOS 4.1. The latest update adds a number of features promised in WatchOS 4, including GymKit compatibility and Apple Music streaming on the Series 3. 

The highlight of the update, for Series 3 owners, is going to be the new music features.  You can finally stream music from either Apple Music or your iCloud Music Library. But there’s also a new Radio app that lets you listen to Beats 1 live, Apple’s other curated stations, or your own custom stations. 

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Apple to open Reserve & Pickup system for iPhone...

The iPhone X will officially go up for sale this Friday, November 3rd and Apple has said that it will have stock in retail stores available for walk-in customers. Starting on November 4th, however, the company will also activate its Reserve and Pickup system in select countries…


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AWT News Update: October 31, 2017

Happy Halloween! Everyone must be getting ready to Trick or Treat tonight, since there were very few big news items for today's Apple World Today News Update podcast. Here's what we have:

  • Apple denies that it was ever working on anything but Face ID for the iPhone X
  • A biometric technology expert is skeptical of some reviewer reports saying that the iPhone X's Face ID is inaccurate in bright sunlight
  • A developer with a great idea for using an underused iPad component has the idea rejected by Apple

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

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Apple Uses Machine Learning To Chronicle All the Bra...

New submitter bumblebaetuna shares a report from Motherboard: It's already well known that iOS 11 included some advanced updates to the phone's artificial intelligence, and this includes improving the photo app's ability to identify and categorize what is in each of your photos. There are thousands of objects the phone can identify, ranging from "abacus" to "zucchini." Weirdly, despite not having categories for, say, "nude," or "underwear," there are multiple categories for bra: brassiere, bandeau, bandeaus, bra, bras, and brassieres. Searching for this folder in your photos app may reveal an unexpected surprise. Though there are some pretty archaic terms like "homburg," "habiliment," and "danseuse," the "bra" category is unusual compared to the other quotidian labels the app slaps on your photos, and is as risque as the terms get.


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Apple to begin accepting walk-in iPhone X...

After a hugely successful preorder launch, Apple on Tuesday updated a handful of international websites to reflect new iPhone X Reserve and Pickup options set to begin on Nov. 4, giving customers another route to purchase.

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Apple hears AV geeks, will give Apple TV 4K owners...


The next software update for the Apple TV 4K will give owners of the month-old set-top box a little more control over their video output settings.

As noted by MacRumors, a video released on Apple’s Developer site this week says that the Apple TV’s tvOS 11.2 update will allow the set-top box to automatically switch its display settings to match the native frame rate and dynamic range of a given video.

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Some GPS-only Apple Watch Series 3 units showing...

Some owners of the GPS-only version of the Apple Watch Series 3 are discovering unexpected stripes along the edge of the display, visible when it's shut off, reports said on Tuesday.

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iPhone X Review Roundup

I’ve been using an iPhone X since yesterday, but I’ve only had it for about 24 hours as I type this, so I’m in no position to write a review yet. But my quick take:

  • Face ID works great. In practice it’s like not even having a passcode on the phone. You just swipe and you’re in. It’s also very quick to set up — way quicker than setting up even a single fingerprint in Touch ID.
  • I don’t really notice the notch while using it.
  • I do notice the lack of a home button. I think I’ll get used to the new no-home-button UI soon, but 10 years of habits die hard.
  • The device feels great.

I was far from alone in not getting an extended period of time to test the phone before the review embargo lifted.

Here’s what others are saying in their reviews.

Matthew Panzarino used iPhone X for a week, and stress-tested it with a family trip to Disneyland...

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Apple emphasizes again that Touch ID for iPhone X...

Apple has once again reiterated that, despite rumors to the contrary, the company did not intend to have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor embedded in the display of the iPhone X, and that Face ID was developed to be a full, permanent Touch ID replacement.

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Best Buy goes installment-only on Apple's...

Best Buy has removed options to buy an iPhone 8 or X upfront from its U.S. website, which had previously generated controversy since the retailer was charging a $100 premium on top of Apple's normal retail prices.

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watchOS 4.1 Delivers on Promised Features

The just-released watchOS 4.1 delivers some promised features, including music streaming and the new Radio app for the Apple Watch Series 3, plus connectivity with GymKit-enabled exercise machines. It also fixes a handful of bugs.


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macOS Sierra, El Capitan security updates patch...

On the same day that Apple patched it's front-line operating systems for the KRACK Wi-Fi attack vector, the company has also reached back a bit, and issued security updates for Sierra and El Capitan to fix the problem.

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Best Buy only selling iPhone X on installment plans...

As iPhone X preorders started last week, news quickly spread about Best Buy charging an extra $100 for those looking to purchase the device outright. Now, after a lot of negative feedback, Best Buy has decided to only offer Apple’s latest iPhones on installment plans.


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iOS 11.1 has 70 new emoji and it’s available now

It’s time to update your iOS devices, because iOS 11.1 is here. On Tuesday, Apple pushed iOS 11.1 out of beta and made it available to the masses, ushering in a slew of improvements as well as some new features. This is the first major iOS 11 update. 

The most notable addition is a large crop of new emoji—more than 70 new characters—including new food (pie! Chinese takeout boxes!), creatures (mermaids! Fairies! Vampires!), expressions (sillier faces!), animals (giraffes! Hedgehogs! Dinosaurs!), and more. You’ll need iOS 11.1 to both send and receive these new emoji—otherwise, you’ll just see a generic empty box.

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Apple Limits Lengthy iPhone X Testing for Most...

Tripp Mickle, reporting for the Wall Street Journal: Apple departed from its traditional preview strategy for what it bills as its most important new iPhone in years, prioritizing early access to the iPhone X for YouTube personalities and celebrities over most technology columnists who traditionally review its new products. Apple provided the iPhone X to a small number of traditional testers for about a week, while limiting most others, The Wall Street Journal included, to a single day with the device before reviews could be published (alternative source). About a half-dozen personalities on Alphabet's YouTube video service were granted time with the device before its release. The change in strategy meant the iPhone X, which hits stores Friday, got less testing than most of its predecessors before reviews could be published. Crash reviewers largely echoed those sentiments, adding the caveat that they could discover issues after they spend more time with the device. Most pledged...

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iTunes 12.7.1 update released at tail-end of big...

Alongside a slew of other operating system revisions, Apple has also updated iTunes to version 12.7.1 with only minor changes implemented.

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WatchOS 4.1 brings Wi-Fi toggle, Apple Music, and...


The latest software update for the Apple Watch, watchOS 4.1, is now available for all users to download. The update brings a slew of promised features to the new Series 3 Watch, including Apple Music and Radio streaming support, GymKit compatibility, and a Wi-Fi toggle option in the Control Center.

The Apple Watch Series 3 has been available since mid-September, but a couple of major features did not accompany the device at launch. Series 3 devices with LTE service will be able to stream content from Apple Music and Radio with this update, as well as content from the user's iCloud Music Library. Previously, Apple Watch models could only sync selected playlists...

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Apple releases macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra update

Apple on Tuesday released an update to macOS High Sierra, the company’s operating system for Macs. According to the release notes, the macOS 10.13.1 update, “improves the security, stability, and reliability of your Mac, and is recommended for all users.”

The macOS update coincides with the release of iOS 11.1. You’ll need both updates to take advantage of the 70 new emoji that’s now available. If you’ve always wanted to use a vomiting face emoji, you need to install these updates right away.

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Some GPS Apple Watch Series 3 may have ‘edge stripe...

Apple has sent an internal memo — as noted by MacRumors — that some GPS models of the Apple Watch Series 3— as are showing “edge stripes” on the display. Genius Bar workers and Apple Authorized Service Providers will offer a free fix under the standard one-year warranty. 

The problem could come from moisture; Apple advises fixers to have the customer breathe closely on the display to cause humidity and see if the problem appears or worsens. The cellular version of the Series 3 initially had connectivity issues that Apple later fixed through a software update.   

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Apple issues first macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 beta to...

Amid a flurry of other software updates, Apple has also put out the first beta of macOS 10.13.2, currently available only to developers.

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tvOS 11.1 tackles the KRACK WPA2 vulnerability

Apple has upgraded tvOS for the Apple TV to version 11.1. It’s a maintenance update that includes, among other things, a fix for the KRACK WPA2 vulnerability in devices with Wi-Fi.

The vulnerability allowed a malicious hacker to bypass WPA2 encryption on Wi-Fi networks and making a user's data easy to view. tvOS 11.1 also includes other bug fixes and security improvements.

To upgrade, launch the Settings app on your Apple TV. Go to System → Software Updates → Update Software. tvOS will search for an available update. Once it’s “found,” just follow the on-screen prompts to proceed.

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