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Wednesday December 27

10:59
Apple’s FileVault encryption

FileVault is Apple’s implementation of encrypting your data on macOS and Mac hardware. It will encrypt all of your data on your startup disk (although you can also encrypt your Time Machine backups as well) and once enabled, it will encrypt your data on the fly and will work seamlessly in the background.

FileVault has come a long way since I used it, but I haven’t enabled it in years.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:48
Apple faces eight lawsuits for slowing down iPhones

Apple Inc defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance, according to eight lawsuits filed in various federal courts in the week since the company opened up about the year-old software change.

This is just the beginning.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:36
Apple Watch noninvasive glucose monitoring said to...

Apple has reportedly been developing a non-invasive glucose monitoring system using the Apple Watch, but a new report claims the feature won’t be shipping anytime soon. The New York Times has detailed the Apple Watch proving its role as a medical device, and included is this bit:

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10:35
Bookends 13.0.2

Brings automated repair of damaged indexes and improved cloud sync to minimize requests for authentication from Apple. ($59.99 new, $39.99 upgrade, 45.1 MB)

 

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Anker Amazon Sales from $2,...

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

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09:07
Flurry: Apple wins the 2017 smartphone holiday season

Similar to last year, 44% of new phone and tablet activations in the week leading up to Christmas were Apple devices, according to the Flurry analytics group

While Samsung dominates global market share, they fell short as the gift of choice during the holiday season, with only 26% of activated devices in the lead up to Christmas. Samsung’s activation rate is up 5% from the 2016 holiday season, which can likely be attributed to the 2017 introduction of the Galaxy S8 after the late 2016 recall of their malfunctioning Note devices, according to Flurry. 

Despite strong launches of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X — which made up close to a third of all new activations this holiday season — Apple is still seeing significant sales from their older model smartphones. Flurry says this is largely attributed to the affordability of the older models and...

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08:43
How to set separate controls for left and right...




Installing iOS 11 also updates the functionality of connected AirPods, giving users the ability to set separate, customizable controls for each wireless earpiece.

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07:53
Apple dominated the competition with new device...

New data from Flurry Analytics shows Apple continuing to dominate with new device activations during the week leading up to Christmas Day. iPhones and iPads made up 44% of devices measured by Flurry from December 19 to December 25 with second seen as a distant second at 26%.

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07:47
As Apple's HomePod misses Christmas, Amazon...




In a first for the app, Amazon Alexa has topped Apple's U.S. App Store charts, backing claims that the Echo Dot speaker was the top-selling item on Amazon.com during the holidays.

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06:41
Apple's non-invasive glucose reader for Apple...




Apple is still developing a non-invasive glucose reader, but the technology might not show up in an Apple Watch for several years, a report said this week.

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06:19
Want to make yourself invisible? There will soon be...

Animoji allow you to turn your face into a monkey, robot, cat, dog, alien, fox, pig, panda, rabbit, cockerel, unicorn or even a heap of poop – but an app from a Japanese developer will soon let you turn it into nothing at all …

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06:08
MediaTek may get Apple orders for baseband modem...

MediaTek has a shot at winning orders for baseband modem chipsets from Apple, which is seeking additional modem chip capacity support after transferring half of its orders to Intel from Qualcomm, reports DigiTimes, quoting unnamed “industry sources.”

The sources said the Apple's switching 50% of its orders for iPhone modem chipsets to Intel from Qualcomm is part of its self-protection efforts made after filing a lawsuit in January 2017 against Qualcomm's allegedly unfair patent royalty calculation formula involving modem chipsets used in iPhones.

MediaTek is a Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company that provides system-on-chip solutions for wireless communications, HDTV, DVD and Blu-ray devices.  Headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan, the company has 25 offices worldwide and was the third largest fabless IC designer worldwide in 2016

In January, Apple filed a lawsuit again...

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06:00
"Every Day Is Black Friday" with this...

PDF Expert for Mac

Did you get some great deals on Black Friday? We did, and it's sad that Black Friday doesn't happen more often than just once a year. Well, we have a Mac software deal available that we're calling the "Every Day Is Black Friday" bundle, and you'll get eight top Mac apps for only $39!

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Buying each of these apps separately would cost you almost $500, but this bundle gets the goods to you for 92% off. You get:

  • PDF Expert 2.2 for Mac ($59.99 value) - From Readdle, this Apple Editors' Choice Winner will revolutionize the way you...
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05:59
Eight more lawsuits filed in iPhone ‘Batterygate’...

Another day, another lawsuit. Well, lawsuits. Eight more lawsuits have been filed in various federal courts in the week since Apple opened up about its year-old software change, which slows down the performance of aging iPhones.

The cases — filed in California, New York and Illinois — seek class-action to represent iPhone owners nationwide and demand unspecified damages along with, in some cases, reimbursement from Apple. Last week the tech giant released a statement admitting iOS updates would slow down phones, but only to prevent devices with old batteries “from unexpectedly shutting down.”

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05:45
As Fortune asks whether Apple has lost its design...

Fortune has a lengthy piece addressing the question of whether Apple has lost its design mojo. It opens with some of the customer complaints being made about the company.

The Watch isn’t out-of-the-box intuitive; the latest keyboards are annoying and fragile; Apple Pencils are easy to lose; the iPhone has been flawed ever since Apple introduced that camera lens that juts out on the back, and things have gotten worse with the “notch” on the screen of the iPhone X.

And goes on to present conflicting views from tech industry figures …

more…

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05:23
First look: Diminutive Dride Zero dash cam aims at...




Dride is an Israeli startup set up with the intent to make iPhone-compatible dashcams easy to install and to use with the ultimate goal of making people drive safer, and AppleInsider paid them a visit.

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05:00
I want a ‘Magic TouchPad’ from Apple for my Mac

Apple has said that Macs will never sport touchscreens. However, the the folks over at Handy Abovergleich have put together some intriguing concept pics imagining what a MacBook Touch (pictured) would look like. This gave me an idea for a Mac peripheral that I’d love to see: the Magic TouchPad.

It would be an enlarged version of the Magic TrackPad with two built-in OLED screens. A small, narrow screen would house the Touch Bar present on the latest MacBook Pros. A bigger screen would support gesture controls — as the Magic TrackPad already does — as well as offer 3D Touch for haptic key feedback. This would, among other things, allow you to use the Apple Pencil with a Mac.

The Apple Pencil could also be operated as a joystick, a rotational controller, or other input devices in addition to serving as a touch sensor input device. For example, on-screen content could be...

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04:30
Give your Apple Watch a classy, vintage look with...

With three models of the Apple Watch now available, Speidel, the watch brand known for creating the iconic “Twist-O-Flex” bracelet, has released the Twist-O-Flex smartwatch band, which is compatible with any generation and size (38mm and 42mm) of the Apple Watch.

Constructed of stainless steel, it’s available in silver or black and comes in a variety of sizes to fit small, medium, large, or extra-large sized wrists. Plus, the individual links stretch like springs, but return to their original state, so the Twists-O-Flex’s length expands up to additional five inches from its original size. Two sets of links are held together by bracket pins, allowing them to move, expand and contract.

Though I prefer...

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04:24
Energous gets FCC approval for first distance...

While contact-based wireless charging can be handy, the true holy grail is long-range charging – allowing all products to be automatically charged anywhere in a room. We’re not quite there yet, but Energous has been working on the technology for some time now, and has just announced an important step along the way.

The company has received the first ever Federal Communications Commission for power-at-a-distance charging …

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04:00
How to disable playback in watchOS 4

You can listen to Apple Music on your Apple Watch Series 3 with a Wi-Fi or cellular connection, use any Apple Watch to control the music on your iPhone, and sync playlists to your Apple Watch to enjoy without your iPhone. However, playback controls for media playback are displayed automatically, which you may not prefer.

To disable this, open the Watch app on your iPhone. Go to General > Wake Screen. Toggle off Auto-launch Audio Apps. 

Now, when you wish to control media on your smartwatch, press the side button and log for the Now Playing option.

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03:58
Face ID can’t approve family purchases, likely due...

iPhone X users have been complaining that they are unable to use Face ID to approve app purchase requests by their children.

Every request I get (and with 3 kids I get lots of them!) I’m being forced to type in my Apple ID password, which is frustrating given how complicated they have to be these days to be considered secure […] Interestingly, it still lets me use Touch ID on my iPad to approve so it seems to be specific to the iPhone X/Face ID combo.

Users note that while they can use Touch ID on other devices to approve purchases through the Ask to Buy feature in iOS, it doesn’t work with Face ID …

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03:15
Lisa OS to be released as open source project in 2018

This definitely qualifies as nifty…

Come 2017, the Computer History Museum will release the Apple Lisa OS as a free, open source project. Apple’s Lisa, which was the first computer with a graphical user interface, debuted in 1983.

The computer was considered a flop, selling only 10,000 units on an R&D investment of US$150 million. The Lisa caused a fight between Steve Jobs and then-CEO John Sculley, which caused Jobs to leave Apple.

Even so, the Lisa was considered to be cutting edge hardware and introduced the mouse as an input device. The Lisa itself retailed for $10,000 in 1983, the equivalent of $24,000 today.

Via The Mac Observer and groups.google.com

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03:00
Rumor: Apple could look to MediaTek for iPhone modem...

Amidst the ongoing legal kerfuffle between Apple and Qualcomm, Apple may be eyeing a partnership with Taiwan’s MediaTek, which could supply baseband modem chipsets for iPhones beginning in 2018.

The story was first broken by DigiTimes, which has a hit-or-miss track record on stories such as these, but has landed some good scoops where iPhone components are concerned.

An anonymous source stated that MediaTek “has a chance” to secure modem orders from Apple. As of now, Apple has already transferred half of its iPhone modem chipsets from Qualcomm to Intel, following Apple’s lawsuit filed earlier this year, accusing Qualcomm of withholding nearly $1 billion in rebates.

It’s been noted that Apple’s three key principles for its suppliers are as follows:

Companies must offer leading technological competitiveness, they must have comprehensive product blueprints, and they need reliable logistic support.

It’s also been speculated that Apple has been...

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Tuesday December 26

21:53
WhatsApp will ditch Blackberry OS and Windows Phone...

WhatsApp is bidding farewell to older mobile operating systems as the year draws to a close. Specifically, it's ending support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry 10) and Windows Phone 8.0 and older on December 31st. Although the Facebook-owned m...

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18:37
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18:36
The iPhone X

The more popular a computer platform becomes, the more of a bind in which it inevitably finds itself. A platform is only “finished” when it is abandoned. It needs to evolve to remain relevant, but it’s difficult to change in unfamiliar ways without angering the base of active users. Adding new features on top of the familiar foundation only gets you so far — eventually things grow too complex, especially when what’s needed now is in conflict with a design decision that made sense a decade (or more) prior.

Eventually, inevitably, incremental improvements paint a platform into a corner. Something has to give.

This happened to the classic Mac OS in the mid-90s, when certain technical constraints of the OS made the platform seem anachronistic. The classic Mac OS had no protected memory and used cooperative, rather than preemptive, multitasking. No protected memory meant that every process on the system could read and write anywhere in RAM — both the memory of other...

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18:11
Apple again said to be working w/ MediaTek on modems...

As its battle with Qualcomm continues to escalate, Apple is again said to be considering modems from MediaTek for the 2018 iPhones. DigiTimes reports that Apple is looking for additional capacity after ‘transferring half of its orders to Intel from Qualcomm’…

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17:54
Energous WattUp mid-range power transmitter granted...




Wireless charging technology company Energous announced that it has received Federal Communications Commission certification of the WattUp Mid Field transmitter, which when perfected will deliver RF-based power to compatible devices at a distance of three feet.

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17:38
Year In Review: Everything Apple released across 2017

2017 was a huge year for Apple across the board. It marked the introduction of three new iPhone models, a range of new Macs, an all-new Apple Watch, and much more.

As has become the normal, Apple spread its releases across the entire year in 2017, introducing new products in pretty much every quarter.

As it continues to expand into new product categories, keeping track of when Apple releases certain products and software updates can be tricky, but that’s what we’re here for. Read on as we break down everything Apple released in 2017…

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17:00
Got an iPhone X? Here are the tips and techniques...




The user interface in the iPhone X is slightly different than that in older non-OLED iPhones. AppleInsider has been using the phone for the better part of a week -- and here are some tips to help you quickly adjust to your new device.

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16:58
iPhone X Leather Folio: Extended hands-on...

I’ve been using the iPhone X Leather Folio since I received the iPhone X at launch. As I noted in my initial hands-on impressions, the Leather Folio is a well-designed case that also serves as a wallet for storing credit cards and cash.

Although my initial impressions were very favorable, many of you wanted to know how it holds up after some serious usage. Would I still recommend the iPhone X Leather Folio ($89.99 on sale at Amazon) after logging some mileage? Watch our hands-on video recap for the answer. more…

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15:20
Analysts Cut iPhone X Shipment Forecasts, Citing...

According to Bloomberg, analysts have lowered iPhone X shipment projections for the first quarter of next year, citing signs of lackluster demand at the end of the holiday shopping season. From the report: Sinolink Securities Co. analyst Zhang Bin said in a report Monday that handset shipments in the period may be as low as 35 million, or 10 million less than he previously estimated. "After the first wave of demand has been fulfilled, the market now worries that the high price of the iPhone X may weaken demand in the first quarter," Zhang wrote. JL Warren Capital LLC said shipments will drop to 25 million units in the first quarter of 2018 from 30 million units in the fourth quarter, citing reduced orders at some Apple suppliers. The drop reflects "weak demand because of the iPhone X's high price point and a lack of interesting innovations," the New York-based research firm said in note to clients Friday. "Bad news here is that highly publicized and promoted X did not boost the...

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15:19
Lowest Prices Ever: 13" Touch Bar MacBook Pro...




The year-end deals keep rolling in! Save $500 on Apple's 2016 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar in Gray, now just $1,299 -- the lowest price we've ever seen. Apple's 2016 12" MacBooks start at $899, while a premium 27" iMac 5K with M395 graphics is $1,399 with coupon. All with no tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ and 0% financing OAC.

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14:34
AT&T workforce stricken with over 2000 layoffs U...




In the days before Christmas, AT&T and DirecTV gave layoff notices to a large number of landline, legacy service, and home installers spanning the country -- and more are coming.

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14:24
Apple’s Lisa OS to be released for free as open...

In 2018 the Computer History Museum will release the Apple Lisa operating system for free, as open source, reports Business Insider.

The Apple Lisa — one of the very first commercial computers with a graphical user interface — was a flop, selling only 100,000 units on a $150 million R&D investment on its release in January 1983. The Lisa, with its 5MB hard drive, sold for $9,995 —and remember, this was almost 35 years ago!

Though it flopped, the Lisa introduced a number of advanced features that would later appear in the Mac. Those features included the inclusion of protected memory, cooperative multitasking, a generally more sophisticated hard disk based operating system, a built-in screensaver, an advanced calculator with a paper tape and RPN, support fo

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14:15
CIRP: iPhone X accounted for roughly 30% of iPhone...

In a note to investors — as noted by 9to5Mac — Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) says that, after analyzing the first 30 days of iPhone X sales, the high end smartphone accounted for roughly 30% of total iPhone sales. 

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus combined counted for around 40% of sales, with the former coming in at around 23% and the latter around 17%. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus captured around 20% of sales.

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13:35
Remote Tech Support: Best ways to screen share on...

Your friends and family have likely just gotten a range new devices, and an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV is probably in the mix. If you’re like me, you’re the go-to tech support for family and friends and the holidays mean you have some work cut out for you. With fresh handy features like iOS 11’s built-in screen recorder, let’s look at some the best ways to remotely help others with their new Apple devices and an option to screen share with any device.

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12:50
iMac Pro includes a stormy new macOS desktop...

iMac Pro — Apple’s most powerful Mac yet — is hitting stores and arriving for customers today, and a special black Lightning cable isn’t the only surprise in the box. iMac Pro includes a new macOS desktop wallpaper as seen on the box, and 9to5Mac alumnus Dom Esposito has shared the source image with us below.

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12:26
Here’s how Apple will become the first trillion-...

A new report from Barron’s takes an in-depth look at what could make 2018 the year Apple will reach a $1 trillion dollar market capitalization. With its iPhone X, potential China growth, share buyback efforts, recent tax reform, and more, Apple has a lot of momentum going.

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11:48
Why Apple's Siri needs to become an '...




The HomePod -- now due in 2018 -- will mark Apple's first real attempt at making Siri an "ambient" voice assistant. Arguably, though, the company needs to push a lot harder if it wants people to choose Siri over alternatives from Amazon and Google.

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11:17
iPhone X outsold by iPhone 8 and 8 Plus combined...

While Apple has yet to breakdown just how many iPhone X units it has sold so far, that hasn’t stopped analysts from taking a stab at it. Today, Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) is out with a new investor note in which it attempts to offer some color on the breakdown of how each iPhone model sold during the first month of iPhone X availability…

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10:43
How to backup and wipe your old iPhone or iPad...




While those who receive iPhones and iPads this holiday season may be quick to set up their shiny new device, not everyone puts as much thought into preparing their old hardware for sale or regifting. AppleInsider details how to back up your data from the old hardware, as well as wiping it ready for its new owner.

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10:20
Lowest Price Anywhere: Apple's premium 27...




Another year-end deal has just rolled in and this one is available exclusively for AI readers. Save $900 on Apple's Late 2015 27-inch iMac 5K with a faster 3.3GHz processor, 2TB of storage, and upgraded M395 graphics. Now $1,399 with coupon, this system ships for free with no tax outside NY and NJ, plus 0% financing for 12 months on approved credit.

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10:07
First set of space gray iMac Pro accessories show up...

The first eBay listing for Apple’s special space gray Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Keyboard has surfaced at a wild price of $2,499.

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10:02
Quick Start and Set up with Device dramatically...

Receiving a new iPhone or iPad as a gift is a wonderful thing, but setting up a new device has historically been a chore. Manually pairing accessories, joining Wi-Fi networks, remembering which password goes with which account, and the ever-increasing steps required to actually use your shiny new toy make up the worst first world problems.

The good news is Apple has acknowledged this pain point and created a dramatically simpler way to pair or upgrade new products including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and AirPods.

more…

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09:42
Rosenblatt Securities disputes iPhone X order cut...




Contrary to supply chain speculation, production of the iPhone X remains right on schedule, according to investment firm Rosenblatt Securities, which also has seen evidence that sales are accelerating in China.

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09:29
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Amazon Networking Gold Box...

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

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09:11
iMac Pro available for in-store pickup today at...

Apple’s iMac Pro has begun arriving early for some customers who ordered it quickly, but it’s still not yet available for in-store pick up at Apple retail locations. Certain Best Buy locations, however, show the iMac Pro as being in stock for in-store pickup today. more…

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09:00
Accessible Apple 2017-2018: The 12 Requests of...

Now that Christmas has come and gone and Canadian Boxing Day sales are in full swing, it's time to welcome you all back for the 2017-2018 edition of the Accessible Apple column series, The 12 Requests of Christmas. This is the first post in our annual 12-part series covering the accessibility features we would like to see Apple bring to its products in the coming year. This series is being put together by Accessibility Editor Alex Jurgensen, with the help of several contributors. If you missed our series last year, you can find it here. Alternately, you can check out the 2015 series here.

For the first request of Christmas, we ask Apple to give to us:

1. Easier Web Browsing with VoiceOver

VoiceOver currently includes two...

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08:39
Some of the best apps for your new Apple Watch




If you were lucky enough to get -- or buy -- an Apple Watch for Christmas, you might be wondering where to start with third-party apps. These a few of the most recommended ones out there.

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07:16
AAPL drops as analysts predict reduced iPhone X...

Apple’s stock price has seen a sharp drop this morning on the first day of trading since Christmas Day, and a new report on tepid iPhone X demand going into next year is to blame. Analysts are adjusting their forecasts on iPhone X shipments at the start of 2018 based on demand largely being fulfilled during the holiday quarter, and the $999-$1149 price may be the cause.

more…

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07:11
Apple launches its Boxing Day iTunes sale with album...

As it does every year, Apple is helping you spend those holiday gift cards you’ve received by again joining in on the Boxing Day deals today. The company is highlighting a featured section in the Canadian iTunes store offering a selection of new and popular albums for under $7.

more…

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06:41
As Qualcomm dispute drags on, Apple said to tap...




Looking to reduce its reliance on legal foe Qualcomm, Apple is said to be eyeing a partnership with Taiwan's MediaTek, which could supply baseband modem chipsets for iPhones beginning in 2018.

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06:28
The iPhone X is available at 97% of U.S. Apple...

If you didn’t find one under your Christmas tree, but want an iPhone X, they’re now available at 97% of retail stores in the U.S.

During the week of Dec. 18-25, availability at 139 of Apple's 271 U.S. locations grew from 56% to 97% for an average of 75%, Loup Ventures analyst Gene Munster said in a memo shared with AppleInsider. That average compares against 44% the previous week, and 25% the week before that.

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06:13
A Christmas miracle: iPhone X now available at 97%...




Customers looking to buy an iPhone X post-Christmas should have little problem, as new data shows the device in stock at as many as 97 percent of U.S. Apple stores.

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05:52
Apple patent is for ‘dynamic aggression management...

Apple wants your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch to better manage cellular connectivity, per a newly granted patent (number 9,854,510) for “dynamic aggression management of cellular connectivity.”

As the tech giant notes in the patent filing, wireless communication systems are rapidly growing in usage. What’s more, wireless communication technology has evolved from voice-only communications to also include the transmission of data, such as Internet and multimedia content. Some examples of wireless communication standards include GSM, UMTS (associated with, for example, WCDMA or TD-SCDMA air interfaces), LTE, LTE Advanced (LTE-A), HSPA, 3GPP2 CDMA2000 (e.g., 1.times.RTT, 1.times.EV-DO, HRPD, eHRPD), IEEE 802.11 (WLAN or Wi-Fi), IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX), Bluetooth, and others. 

However, the availability and quality of wireless service may be variable. Sometimes a wireless device may have problems obtaining service or lose service (e.g., be unable to detect and/or receive...

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05:42
Supply chain scuttlebutt stokes fears that Apple...




Ahead of typical seasonal trends, where iPhone sales traditionally cool off after the holidays, supply chain reports have begun projecting doom and gloom for Apple's flagship iPhone X, prompting analysts to cut estimates.

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05:00
Add ports to your MacBook Pro with the HomeSpot USB-...

We’ve had deals before on the HomeSpot USB-C hubs, and they’re so popular we’re running them again! There are two available: the USB-C for MacBook Pro for $54.99 and the USB-C with HDMI model for $69.99.

USE CODE BESTOF17 AT CHECKOUT FOR AN ADDITIONAL 17% DISCOUNT

Each of these compact hubs adds a Thunderbolt 3 port, a SuperSpeed USB-C port, SD and micro-SD card readers, and two USB 3.0 ports (there’s a misprint on the web page that says three…). The HDMI model adds a 4K-enabled HDMI port.

Both of these hubs are compatible with the 2016 and 2017 MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch models, and with “name brands” you’d spend up to $200 for the HDMI model...

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05:00
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro/iOS 11 combo has replaced my...

When the iPad was first announced, I was hoping it would be the perfect companion to my iMac. I envisioned a world where I did the bulk of my work on my desktop, and used the tablet when I was on the go.

That never happened. Until now.

The iPad has simply been too limiting for me to accomplish my daily workflow for Apple World Today. I have at least six apps open at all times — Pages, Safari, Mail, Pixelmator, Calendar, and Slack — and iTunes is often playing in the background. Jumping back and forth between apps is easy breezy on my iMac. Not so on an iPad, even when the Pro models were introduced, due to a lack of true multitasking, an accessible file system, and the ability to move data between apps. 

So I’ve used my iMac for the bulk of my work; my iPad Pro for reading, watching videos; surfing the ‘Net; and checking my email when I’m away from my desktop; and my 12-inch MacBook for work when I’m traveling.

However, with the combination of...

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04:00
How to select your startup disk and start from it in...

If you install macOS High Sierra on an external hard drive, thumb drive, or other storage device, your Mac can start up from that device instead of your built-in startup disk. After installing the operating system on a properly formatted storage device, choose one of the following methods to use that device as the startup disk for your Mac. 

Use Startup Disk preferences

When you use Startup Disk preferences to select a startup disk, your Mac starts up from that disk until you choose a different one.

  • Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Startup Disk.
  • Select your startup disk, then restart your Mac.

Use Startup Manager

When you use Startup Manager to select a startup disk, your Mac starts up from that disk once, then returns to using the disk selected in Startup Disk preferences.

  • Hold down the Option key immediately after turning on or restarting your Mac.
  • ...
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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Dec. 26, 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

iThinkdiff has launched Elitenote. The custom keyboard designed for this free app lets the user write notes directly in Bangla, Arabic, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, or switch to device's built-in keyboard to take notes in English. Features include copy notes in English or Bangla, Arabic, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi into text (SMS) messages, post them on Twitter or Facebook, or email, print, and copy them into other apps.

macOS Apps/Updates

Microspot has announced DWG Viewer 2.0, an upgrade to their CAD viewing software for the Mac. 

The...

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03:15
Rumor: Next-gen iPhones to feature upgraded...

It’s thought that an upgraded TrueDepth camera system in a next-gen iPhone, while spiffy, will require larger-capacity batteries.

Per KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is capable of designing new system for large-capacity batteries.

The analyst offered the following quote regarding the topic:

We believe the adoption of TrueDepth camera for 3D sensing in 2017-18 will create demand for larger-capacity batteries. From 2019, we predict iPhone may adopt upgraded 3D-sensing and AR-related functions, and it will consume more power, further increasing demand for large-capacity batteries. We believe Apple’s key technologies, including semiconductor manufacturing processes, system-in-package (SIP), and substrate-like PCB (SLP), will create the required space for larger batteries.

Kuo also stated that Apple will probably work to increase iPhone battery capacities in 2019 and 2020, which should add to the expected battery life for future handsets.

Kuo...

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03:00
iMac Pro units beat delivery dates, begin arriving...

It seems as if some 5K iMac Pros have arrived a bit early.

A slew of images posted to Instagram and a video on YouTube have shown the desktop and assorted Space Gray accessories arriving in the hands of customers.

Japanese Mac site Mac Otakara has also posted a video and photos of the iMac Pro tearing through several benchmarking applications.

The iMac Pro starts at $4,999 and is available in 8, 10, 14, and 18-core configurations.

Where initial shipping estimates had placed arrival dates around December 27th, it seems that some deliveries arrived ahead of schedule.

If your iMac Pro arrived early, please let us know what you make of it and we’ll gladly link you!

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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02:35
Amazon Alexa and Google Home top App Store charts on...

The App Store charts always provide some interesting nuggets of information on Christmas Day and other big holidays as you can see the sudden influx of app downloads.

This year, the Alexa app for Amazon Echo smart speakers topped App Store free charts, hitting the #1 in a few regions, with Google Home also charting in the top ten. Smart speakers were a hot holiday shopping item this year for sure.

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Monday December 25

22:19
Deals: 12" MacBook for $975 ($625 off); $200...




Post-holiday deals have just launched on popular Macs with discounts of up to $625 off retail. Pick up a 2016 12" MacBook for $975 or a 2015 27" iMac 5K for just $1,299 ($500 off). Current 13" Touch Bar MacBook Pros are also $200 off with coupon. All with free shipping, no tax outside NY and NJ, and no interest financing on approved credit.

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18:29
Obama-era plans to ‘zap’ Russian trolls collapsed...

Before departing office, Barack Obama ordered US spy agencies to plan operations to combat Russian cyberthreats, according to the The Washington Post. But, more than a year into Trump's tenure, his administration remains reluctant to pursue those cou...

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12:27
Make your new Mac more useful with these essential...




A brand new Mac is a semi-blank canvas ready for the owner to turn into their ideal workspace, by adding the applications and utilities they aim to use in the future. AppleInsider has collected together a list of software that those new to macOS may want to install to their new Mac shortly after turning it on for the first time.

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09:51
Get these essential apps for your new iPhone or iPad




If you're lucky enough to be given a new iPhone this holiday season, or used gift money towards buying the devices, the first thing on your mind is deciding what apps to download. To help you decide, AppleInsider has put together a list of essential apps that you really should consider using on your brand new hardware.

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05:00
Grab a deal on the fastest portable charging...

What’s the use of having a big external battery pack if you can’t charge something quickly? You won’t be waiting for long with the Graphene 11K Pocket HyperCharger and Triton Cable, on sale in the Apple World Today Deals shop for just $39.99.

The battery provides up to 10,500 mAh of power for your devices, and it even has a built-in MFi-certified connector. But if you need to charge multiple devices at once, that’s where the 3-in-1 Triton cable comes in handy. It has Lightning, micro-USB, and USB-C connectors on one end, making it easy to charge up just about any device you have.

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03:00
Merry Christmas from O’Grady’s PowerPage!!!

It’s December 25th, it’s Christmas here in the United States and as such, the staff of O’Grady’s PowerPage will be taking the day off to spend time with friends, family, and amazing food (including the fabled Barylick Christmas Lasagna).

Have a safe and happy holiday, put the computers and devices aside for a bit, see the people you’ve missed and care about and have no fear, as we’ll be back tomorrow with the latest in macOS and iOS mobile news, rumors, tips and features.

Also, remember that one of the best gifts you can give your family is help with new devices, so if you find yourself having given someone a nifty gadget and they need help, put your heads together to figure it out and you’ll have a friend for life.

See you tomorrow, guys!!!

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00:05
Got an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? Do these 10 things...

Well, you did it. You got a shiny new iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. Nice! Before you head out to take a squillion photos or plop it down on your new wireless charging pad, there are a few housekeeping details you should tend to first.

1. Back up and restore

This isn’t poor planning, we swear—it’s a good idea to back up your old phone after you have your new iPhone in hand, so the backup is as up-to-date as it can possibly be. You can back up via iCloud or iTunes:

For an iTunes backup: Connect your old iPhone to your Mac, launch iTunes, select your iPhone by clicking the little phone icon in the toolbar, and under Backups, choose This Computer. Checking Encrypt local backup is a good idea, so your account passwords and Health data gets backed up too—just choose a password you won’t forget. Click the button to Back up now.

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Sunday December 24

19:04
Merry Christmas from all of us at Apple World Today

We wish all of our longtime readers and new friends a very Merry Christmas! We’re on a holiday schedule this week and will be back to our usual schedule next week. 

In the meantime, enjoy your time with family and friends!

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19:02
Ubisoft's new AI wing melds gaming and...

Game developers were researching AI well before it became a tech industry trend, but they haven't had much incentive to share their work with the academic world. It's a competitive advantage, after all. Ubisoft, however, is trying to find a happy mid...

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11:20
∞ Merry Christmas and thank you

Another year is almost over. I wanted to take a minute and wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a safe New Year.

I also wanted to thank Dave Mark and Shawn King for all the hard work they put into The Loop every day. The posts Dave and Shawn make on the site are some of my favorites to read on the web. The three of us try to post things you will find interesting, entertaining, and sometimes just to give you a laugh.

Most importantly, I wanted to thank you, the reader for the support you have shown us this year. I am truly humbled by all of you. Whether you’re a member, a sponsor, or a regular reader, know that we appreciate you.

Be safe this holiday season.

Jim

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06:31
Hands On: New Pixelmator Pro 1.0.5 brings Machine...




The new Pixelmator Pro is best described as what you would get if Apple had designed its own image editing suite.

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Saturday December 23

20:05
Advanced TrueDepth camera, Face ID "major...




A consumer sentiment report of early iPhone X adopters indicates that its TrueDepth camera is a "major driver among positive ratings," and that the features it enables-- including Touch ID and Animoji-- are key market differentiators driving interest in the high end phone.

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18:35
Court fines Apple for withholding evidence against...

Apple and Qualcomm aren't exactly the best of friends, so it's quite surprising to hear that Cupertino is facing fines for failing to produce evidence for a lawsuit against the chipmaker. According to Bloomberg, a San Jose, California court has order...

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17:03
Theranos avoids bankruptcy thanks to a last-minute...

Theranos has come a long way from the days when it was a darling in the biotech industry. The Wall Street Journal's sources have claimed that the blood-testing firm has avoided bankruptcy by securing a $100 million loan from Fortress Investment Grou...

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15:32
Apple poaches three Amazon video execs

Apple's push into original programming has been given another significant boost after it was revealed the company lured three executives over from rival Amazon Studios. Variety reports that Tara Sorensen, who joined Amazon in 2012 and helped lead its...

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14:04
Hard-to-get 'Destiny 2' holiday loot...

Bungie has already learned some hard lessons about making content accessible in Destiny 2, but it's clear the studio still has some brushing up to do. Many gamers are complaining that the drop system for engrams (basically loot boxes) for the game's...

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14:00
Logic Pros: What’s new in iOS & Mac music...

This is the place to catch up on all the biggest product announcements, hardware, apps, synths, Logic/GarageBand instruments and so much more in the world of iOS and Mac music production. This week, Audio Damage releases the new and improved Filterstation2 plug-in for Mac and soon for iOS, we review IK’s latest iRig Keys I/O hybrid MIDI controller, Korg brings new ARP Odyssey soft synth to its Legacy Collection for Mac, and much more.

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12:41
This week’s top stories: Apple admits to slowing...

In this week’s top stories: Apple confirms that it slows down older iPhones, the iMac Pro starts arriving to customers, drone footage shows Apple Park starting to live up to its name, and more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories and videos… more…

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12:30
The stuff that launched at CES 2017 but never came...

CES is the busiest time of year for Engadget, with our team spending a week on the ground in Las Vegas looking for the latest and greatest products from companies of all sizes and persuasions. Last CES was no different, with our editors checking out...

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12:28
Marzipan

Mark Gurman had an intriguing story at Bloomberg this week, but the problems start with the headline itself: “Apple Plans Combined iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps to Create One User Experience”.

Gurman probably didn’t write the headline, but it doesn’t even make sense. iOS has no concept of a mouse cursor and runs only on touchscreen devices. MacOS has no support for touchscreen devices and requires a mouse pointer. “One user experience” is neither possible nor desirable. The truth is that this effort by Apple is almost certainly not about cross-platform applications but instead cross-platform frameworks for developers. It’s developer news, not user news.

Gurman:

Starting as early as next year, software developers will be able
to design a single application that works with a touchscreen or
mouse and trackpad...

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11:32
Google continues poaching Apple engineers as it...

A recent report from The Information details Google’s efforts to grow its chip development efforts, which in turn is costing Apple some considerable talent. The report explains that Google has hired several key chip engineers from Apple, including well-regarded chip designer John Bruno…

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10:59
Arecibo is monitoring potentially hazardous near-...

The iconic Arecibo radio telescope has faced quite a few challenges over the last ten years, including budget cuts, a funding crisis and damage from Hurricane Maria. While it may not be the largest radio telescope in the world anymore (that honor bel...

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10:53
Apple hit with sanctions in the FTC’s case against...

As its legal battle with Apple drags on, Qualcomm also is also in the middle of battling the Federal Trade Commission in a separate case. Making things all the more complicated, a judge on Friday ordered sanctions against Apple in the FTC’s case against Qualcomm…

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09:30
Fragmentation in self-driving cars will eventually...

If you remember the '80s, you were probably amazed that you could walk up to a computer, type the following in BASIC and something would happen:

10 PRINT "Robbie is rad"
20 GOTO 10

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09:11
Last-minute iTunes Gift Card deals include $100 for...

Christmas is nearly upon us, and the opportunities for last-minute gifts are dwindling. Thankfully, Amazon has you covered with a $100 iTunes Gift Card for $85 with email delivery when promo code ITUNES15 is applied during checkout. You’ll be able to save 15% on your next purchase in the App Store or on movies, TV shows and more. Email delivery makes it easy to cross those remaining names off your holiday shopping list.

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08:50
Scott Ian Jackson King V guitar

I have never been a huge V guitar fan, but this one is pretty nice.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:10
Apple chip expert leaves for Google

Bruno founded and managed Apple’s silicon competitive analysis group, which sought to keep the company ahead of competitors in the area of chip performance. He follows several other experienced chip engineers who have defected to Google from Apple over the past year, including Manu Gulati, Wonjae (Gregory) Choi and Tayo Fadelu.

These are highly skilled people for Apple. It would be very interesting to hear what made them leave Apple for Google.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:01
Apple’s self-driving cars could use routes others...

Apple has been working on some sort of autonomous car for a while now. The system — apparently an add-on to existing vehicles — has been seen in a research paper back in November. More plans appeared in a presentation by Carnegie Mellon p...

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06:30
Gear VR was the 'Evolve' and 'Left 4...

"Chaotic." That's how Turtle Rock Studios president Steve Goldstein described the 14 months between its last AAA game, Evolve, being effectively killed and now. The four-hunter-versus-one-gigantic-monster online multiplayer game struggled to retain p...

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06:02
Review: Sonos One brings high fidelity to...




The Sonos One may be the best smartspeaker you can buy -- and with its pricetag and upcoming features, will probably pose a serious threat to Apple's HomePod.

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05:00
The Morning After: Weekend Edition

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to the weekend. SpaceX's rocket launch had a funny side effect on southern California, and Edward Snowden just released an app.

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04:00
The hottest Apple-related news for the week of Dec....

There’s a lot happening in the world of Apple news this week. Following are the hottest articles for the week of Dec. 18-24.

Apple plans to allow developers to release universal apps that work across the macOS and iOS as early as next year as part of the company’s “Marzipan” project, according to Bloomberg News. The apps will work with a touchscreen or mouse and trackpad depending on whether it’s running on the iPhone and iPad operating system or on a Mac, the article adds, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

Hope you weren’t expecting AirPods under your Christmas tree (unless Santa has already purchased them). Apple’s wireless ear pods are again in short supply.

The overall...

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03:07
Tidal’s free 12-day trial comes with new content...

Starting on Christmas, Tidal will begin a 12-day free trial period that's a little different than a typical trial. Tidal already has a 30-day free trial for its regular and HiFi tier, but this one doesn't require you to put in a credit card first or,...

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01:19
Our solar system may have formed inside a giant...

There are various theories about how the solar system formed, but scientists haven't been able to agree on a single model that explains all the quirks of our corner of space as it exists today. Now, scientists at the University of Chicago have come u...

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Friday December 22

22:49
Google poaches a key Apple chip designer

Google is still snapping up Apple's chip design talent as part of its ongoing quest to create custom processors. The Information has learned that the search giant has hired John Bruno, the designer who founded and ran Apple's silicon competitive ana...

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21:07
This week on AI: iOS apps headed to Mac, Apple'...




Even with many people heading home for Christmas, there was still plenty of Apple news on tap -- including rumors of iOS apps coming to the Mac, and the company admitting that it slows down iPhones based on battery performance.

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