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Wednesday November 1

02:59
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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02:30
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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02:15
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:

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

Photos:
– 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.

Accessibility:
– Improves braille support for Grade 2 input.

– Improves VoiceOver access to multi-page PDFs.

– Improves VoiceOver rotor actions for...

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02:00
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

19:52
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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19:03
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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18:21
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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18:18
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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17:26
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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16:10
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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15:06
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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14:34
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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14:19
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.

Text Version

This is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and you’re...

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14:00
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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13:26
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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13:23
Apple hears AV geeks, will give Apple TV 4K owners...

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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.

Currently, the Apple TV 4K takes a “one size fits all” approach to...

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12:56
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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12:43
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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12:10
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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12:06
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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11:49
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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11:45
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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11:34
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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11:32
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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11:20
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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10:58
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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10:33
WatchOS 4.1 brings Wi-Fi toggle, Apple Music, and...

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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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10:29
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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10:23
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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09:54
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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09:53
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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09:48
macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 arrives, contains...




Shortly after releases of the rest of the Apple-supplied operating systems, the company has also issued macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 with support for the new emoji, and other fixes.

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09:45
iTunes 12.7.1 for macOS rolls out with performance...

Apple has updated iTunes for macOS to version 12.7.1. It’s available at the Mac App Store.

Apple says the upgrade includes minor app and performance improvements. iTunes for macOS now focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. Apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are now exclusively available in the Apple App Store.

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09:39
Apple launches macOS 10.13.1 with new emoji...

Apple has launched macOS 10.13.1. It’s available at the Mac App Store. The update includes support for the latest emoji characters. It also:

  • Fixes a bug where Bluetooth may be unavailable during Apple Pay transactions;
  • Improves the reliability of Microsoft Exchange message sync in Mail;
  • Fixes an issue where Spotlight may not accept keyboard input.
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09:30
Apple outs tvOS 11.1 for Apple TV with fix for KRACK...




Apple on Tuesday put out tvOS 11.1, a maintenance update for the Apple TV and Apple TV 4K that nevertheless includes one important addition: a fix for the KRACK WPA2 vulnerability in devices with Wi-Fi.

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09:26
Apple iOS 11.1 now available for iPhone, iPad, iPod...




After a month-long testing process, Apple has made available iOS 11.1 including a fix for the KRACK wi-fi exploit, and a large amount of accessibility feature fixes.

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09:22
watchOS 4.1 released with Apple Music streaming,...

Apple has released watchOS 4.1 for the Apple Watch. It brings full iCloud Music Library access to the Music app with support for streaming both Apple Music and Radio and much more. 

Previously, music on the Apple smartwatch was limited to certain playlists that had to be synced from an iPhone over Wi-Fi for standalone layback. watchOS 4.1 lets Apple Music subscribers view their full library of music for streaming over Wi-Fi —and cellular on Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE.

A new watch OS 4.1 Radio app offers access to Beats 1 and other Apple Music radio stations. There’s a new Wi-Fi toggle for turning off Wi-Fi to force the Apple Watch to use an LTE connection. 

Support for GymKit has been added. With it, customers using their favorite cardio equipment will soon be able to pair their Apple Watch directly to treadmills, ellipticals, indoor bikes or stair steppers from global manufacturers such as Life Fitness and Technogym with a tap.

Not enough? Okay,...

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09:20
macOS 10.13.1 update with new emoji, first macOS 10....

Alongside iOS 11.1, Apple has released the macOS 10.13.1 software update, which includes support for new emoji characters and more. The latest update to High Sierra is available now on the Mac App Store.

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09:15
iOS 11.1 is available now, brings 3D Touch back to...

It's here! iOS 11.1 just showed up, bringing a number of bug fixes, improvements, and over 70 new emoji to annoy and amuse friends with. For those with iPhones that have 3D Touch built in, you'll be happy to know that the 3D Touch gestures are back for accessing the iOS App Switcher. 

The update also provides support for Friday's release of the iPhone X to the general public. iOS 11.1 should appear in Settings > General > Software Update within the next few hours. Although the update lists https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222 as the location to get information not he security content of the update, it was not yet available as of publication time. 

For an iPhone 7 Plus, the update was a 311.2 MB download.

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09:13
Apple releases watchOS 4.1 with support for LTE...




Delivering a feature that has been showcased in advertisements for the Apple Watch Series 3 since it launched in September, Apple on Tuesday released watchOS 4.1, giving users the ability to stream Apple Music and an iCloud Music Library without a phone near by.

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09:12
tvOS 11.1 update for Apple TV (4th-gen) and Apple TV...

Apple has publicly released the tvOS 11.1 update for Apple TV (fourth-gen) and Apple TV 4K. tvOS 11.1 was previously only available as a beta version.

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09:07
Analyst: the TrueDepth camera won’t make it to all...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the TrueDepth camera system (required for Face ID on the iPhone X) won’t make to Apple’s 2018 iPhones with rear-facing cameras. 

He had previously predicted that Apple would introduce TrueDepth on the rear camera starting in 2018. However, now the analyst thinks that Apple will instead focus on launching new models on time with stable shipments.

Kuo feels that Apple will concentrate on "reducing costs and selling prices." He also expects that the tech giant will expand the iPhone X lineup to provide "more product lines to attract more customers.”

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09:05
Flash Deal: 32GB Apple TV 4K for $149 after $30 MIR...




While supplies last, Adorama has the 32GB Apple TV 4K for $149.00 after a $30 mail-in rebate, making it the lowest price we've seen on the new device. Inventory is limited and this deal is expected to sell out.

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08:59
watchOS 4.1 with Apple Music and Radio streaming for...

The watchOS 4.1 software update for Apple Watch is now available for all customers after a short beta period for developers. This update brings full iCloud Music Library access to the Music app with support for streaming both Apple Music and Radio.

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08:59
Apple releases iOS 11.1 with hundreds of new emoji,...

Apple has released iOS 11.1 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The latest software update adds hundreds of new emoji characters including new expressions, vampires and zombies, breastfeeding, dinosaurs and many more. Other changes include the return of the 3D Touch gesture for multitasking, a smoother scroll-to-top animation, and other bug fixes and improvements.

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08:57
How to take advantage of the iPhone X's...




Apple's iPhone X supports both fast-charging via Lightning and wireless charging via a compatible Qi pad or dock, but neither option is available out-of-the-box.

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08:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 21″ 4K Retina iMac $270 off,...

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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08:30
PhotoBulk 2 is an efficient tool for batch editing...

Both photographers and those who publish content online know how often it’s necessary to make quick and repetitive adjustments to batches of images, or to watermark photos and graphics before publishing. Eltima Software recently overhauled their batch editing tool, PhotoBulk, bringing several new features and a refreshed interface.

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08:27
Early Face ID tests show varying results for twins...

There’s been a flood of iPhone X reviews surfacing this week and we’re hearing (and seeing) more details about Face ID. While Apple has touted that Face ID is more secure than Touch ID, it also shared that this isn’t the case for twins and those under the age of 13. Now that a few outlets have had more time with the iPhone X, we’re seeing some mixed results when it comes to identical twins tricking Face ID.

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08:00
KGI: iPhone X successor won’t bring TrueDepth...

It’s iPhone X review day and KGI is out with a new report on what to expect from next year’s iPhone update. Specifically, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has issued a new report on the possibility of new iPhones next year gaining TrueDepth Cameras with 3D sensing on the backside like the front cameras on the new iPhone X.

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07:56
Join our iPhone X live hands-on Q&A




You have questions, but you don't have an iPhone X (yet). Thankfully, AppleInsider is here to help with an exclusive live video. Join us as we answer your questions and demo Apple's next-generation handset.

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07:55
iOS 11.1 Brings Bug Fixes and New Emoji

Apple has released iOS 11.1 with new emoji and fixes for problems photo handling, accessibility, and a grab bag of other issues.

 

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07:50
2018 iPhone X update expected to focus on reducing...




Apple's forward facing TrueDepth camera system, which powers Face ID on the iPhone X, won't make it to the company's rear facing cameras next year, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities.

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07:41
PSA: iPhone X videos capture infrared from Face ID...




The proliferation of iPhone X videos in recent days has led to some concern about a flashing light on the front of the device -- but that is just the infrared dot projector being picked up by digital cameras and it is not visible to the naked eye.

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06:51
∞ View from on-board the fastest RC jet ever built

[VIDEO] This video (embedded in the main Loop post) is really cool. Note that this is a point-of-view shot, lots of rolls, steep turns, so don’t watch if that sort of thing bothers you.

And if you have animals, turn the sound down, some pretty high pitched engine whine.

I love the setup at the beginning, priming the turbine, getting the jet started. Terrific fun.

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06:45
tvOS 11.2 will let Apple TV 4K owners choose between...




When it reaches the public, tvOS 11.2 -- now in beta -- will let Apple TV 4K users optionally force the set-top to match the HDR settings of content, and not just default to the fastest available frame rate.

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06:41
Tech Crunch iPhone X review

Before you read on, spend a few minutes reading Jim Dalrymple’s iPhone X first take.

With that as a foundation, read Matt Panzarino’s Disneyland-based iPhone X review. It’s fun, informed, and interesting.

Too much to excerpt the whole thing, but here’s a bit on Face ID:

Going in to this review, my threshold for “success” was whether Face ID worked as well or better than first-generation Touch ID. I didn’t expect it to nail the speed of the second-gen sensor, which is incredibly fast. As long as it landed between the two I would be happy.

Face ID works really well. First, it’s incredibly easy to set up. You choose to enable it and then rotate your nose around the points of a clock twice. That’s it. Second, it worked the vast majority of...

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06:29
Skype for Mac gets mobile-style makeover & more...

Microsoft appears to be aiming to make Skype text chats closer to those offered by the likes of Slack and Hipchat – as well as bringing the desktop feature set in line with the mobile app. The new features were first previewed back in August …

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06:13
Twitter thread reader

TTTthreads (that’s 4 T’s in a row) takes a link to any part of a Twitter thread and puts the whole thread on a storified page.

Spend a few minutes playing on the home page, just to get a feel for the mechanics.

I like the concept, wish this was built into the official Twitter client.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:02
Razer Phone leak suggests it's made for the...

We knew that Razer was working on a high-end gaming smartphone, but a leak from one of its partners shows just how powerful it might be. According to a (since deleted) page from a UK mobile plan reseller called 3G, the Razer Phone will have a 5.7-inc...

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06:00
Rylo is a 360-degree video camera that magically...

Huh, I’ve never seen that before. That was my reaction when I first saw the new 360-degree Rylo video camera in action. 360-degree cameras are nothing new, and I’m rarely impressed by the VR content produced by these devices. But with a handful of crafty software tricks, Rylo ($499 at Rylo.com) rises well above the fray.

Rylo is small enough to sit in the palm of your hand, and comes with dual 4K video cameras (though when you opt for a traditional video window instead of a 360-degree experience, your resolution will be 1080p.) Each lens captures a 208-degree field of view, and has an f/2.8 fixed aperture.

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05:50
iOS 11.2 introduces ‘SiriKit for HomePod’

Zac Hall, 9to5Mac:

Apple has detailed an upcoming feature included in the new iOS 11.2 developer beta called SiriKit for HomePod. When HomePod launches in December, SiriKit for HomePod will allow developers to use the smart speaker as an access point to sending commands to their apps on iPhone and iPad.

No way to test this yet, as far as I know. Will Apple ship a HomePod simulator for Xcode before the HomePod itself ships?

∞ Read this on The Loop

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05:43
Apple reportedly building iPhones, iPads without...

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

The latest news in the Apple-Qualcomm saga suggests that Apple may be trying to leave the chipmaker behind as soon as next year. A report by The Wall Street Journal states that Apple is designing iPhones and iPads that do not use Qualcomm components. Instead, the tech giant may source modem chips from Intel or MediaTek.

Apple began stepping away from Qualcomm chips with the introduction of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, both of which us a combination of Qualcomm and Intel chips. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which came out in September, also use a combination of Qualcomm and Intel...

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05:38
The iPhone 8 review, lost in a sea of iPhone X...

Jason Snell, Six Colors, on the iPhone 8:

This is the fate of the iPhone 8. It will be ignored by many of Apple’s most committed followers, who see it as a speed bump on the road to the release of the iPhone X in early November.

The iPhone X is stealing the iPhone 8 thunder, no doubt. But there’s a lot to appreciate here, especially if you have an older phone:

Instead, it will soldier on, doing its job as the latest iteration of the existing iPhone line, providing a substantial upgrade to people who haven’t bought an iPhone in two or three years and aren’t interested in paying $999 for the very first generation of a new iPhone, if they could even find one in stores. These people are ready for a better version of their existing phone, and the iPhone 8 will deliver that to them.

If you are considering an update, but stuck on the fence between an iPhone 8 and iPhone X, spend some time digging through Jason’s detailed iPhone 8 review. It just might change...

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05:31
Three Macs declared obsolete/vintage as free ‘...

Apple has declared that three Macs are now obsolete, and that the company will no longer offer repair services or replacement parts for them. For legal reasons, the situation is different in Turkey and California, where the computers are instead labeled ‘vintage’ and will continue to be supported for a further two years …

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05:26
Apple identifies Apple Watch Series 3 issue causing...

Apple has identified an issue affecting some Apple Watch Series 3 models resulting in a row of several visible stripe markings along the side of the watch’s display. We’ve learned Apple has recently informed its retail and authorized third-party repair staff of the issue that it says is affecting some Apple Watch Series 3 GPS models.

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05:17
Apple's iPhone X passes twin test in early...




Helping to support Apple's accuracy claims, a video published on Tuesday shows the iPhone X's Face ID system reacting as intended, even when confronted with identical twins.

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05:05
Parks Associates: Apple, Samsung widen lead over LG...

Parks Associates announced new research today in smartphone ownership showing that Apple and Samsung have widened their brand share lead over LG and Motorola among the installed base of smartphones in the U.S. The international firm shows that LG has fallen to just 9% of consumer-reported brand share, behind Apple (47%) and Samsung (29%).

"Samsung's market share has held at approximately 30% of the installed smartphone base since 2015, indicating that the issues related to its Galaxy Note line last year did little to impact its market position overall," says Kristen Hanich, Research Analyst, Parks Associates. "The new Galaxy S8 and Note 8 have sold better than their predecessors, signifying a strong consumer interest in Samsung's premium smartphone brands. Nevertheless, Apple still has a sizeable lead in market share and maintains a tight replacement cycle."

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05:04
Poll: With Face ID limited to one person, is this a...

With early reviewers finding that Face ID on the iPhone X is mostly reliable, if not perfect, the transition from fingerprints to face may not be too big a deal. But there is one clear drawback compared to Touch ID: you can only register one face.

With Touch ID, you can register multiple fingers – which can include a partner or child, for example – but Apple chose not to allow this with faces. The company told Mashable that’s because only a ‘miniscule’ number of people do this.

But that sounds odd to me …...

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05:00
Apple Is Designing iPhones, iPads That Would Drop...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Wall Street Journal (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative source): Apple, locked in an intensifying legal fight with Qualcomm, is designing iPhones and iPads for next year that would jettison the chipmaker's components, according to people familiar with the matter. Apple is considering building the devices only with modem chips from Intel and possibly MediaTek because San Diego, Calif.-based Qualcomm has withheld software critical to testing its chips in iPhone and iPad prototypes, according to one of the people. Apple's planned move for next year involve the modem chips that handle communications between wireless devices and cellular networks. Qualcomm is by far the biggest supplier of such chips for the current wireless standard. The Apple plans indicate the battle with Qualcomm could spill beyond the courtroom feud over patents into another important Qualcomm business where it has the potential to send ripples through the...

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04:44
LucidTime is a new customizable desktop clock system...

Quarter Til 2 has introduced LucidTime 1.0, a customizable desktop clock system for macOS. 

It offers Mac users a collection of faceless clocks that sit quietly in the background on their Desktop. LucidTime offers three highly customizable clocks, each offering their own individually method of presenting the time of day.

Users can adjust the color of each clock component (the hour, minutes, and second hands; major and minor tick marks; and more), the display size of each clock, and the transparency level of each clock and each clock element. Clocks can be positioned anywhere on the screen via select-and-drag. You can show or hide the seconds display for any clock, as wells show or hide various other clock elements for each clock.

LucidTime 1.0 requires macOS 10.12.6 or higher. It costs $2.99 and is available worldwide exclusively at the Mac App Store.

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04:44
Video: AppleInsider goes hands-on with Apple's...




AppleInsider has our hands on Apple's highly anticipated iPhone X, and offers a closer look at the new edge-to-edge OLED display, Face ID biometric system, and much more with this in-depth video overview.

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04:30
Apple patent is for electronic devices with...

Future iOS and watchOS devices could sport advanced environmental sensors, as evidenced by a newly granted Apple patent (number 9,804,003). These could include a temperature sensor, a pressure sensor, a humidity sensor, a gas sensor, or other sensors or combinations of sensors for sensing attributes of the environment surrounding the device. 

The sensor components may be mounted within an enclosure that at least partially surrounds the sensor components. The enclosure may have an opening that allows sound and/or other environmental materials such as air to enter the enclosure and interact with the sensor components.

The sensors could be used in a variety of ways. An iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch could alert you when smoke or carbon dioxide is detected, posing a safety issue. Ambient pressure measurements may be used to adjust the way in which microphone measurements are made (e.g., to accommodate audio characteristics that change with changes in altitude). 

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04:19
Apple may ditch Qualcomm components in 2018 iPhones...

Due to its ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm, Apple is designing iPhones and iPads for next year that would jettison the chipmaker's components, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.

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, the article adds. In January, Apple filed a lawsuit again Qualcomm, the world’s dominant supplier of baseband processors, alleging the chip supplier demanded unfair terms for its technology. The same month, the Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint in federal district court charging Qualcomm with using anticompetitive tactics to maintain...

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04:07
Track your iPhone X flight in real-time through...

If you’ve ordered an iPhone X and want to track its progress as it slowly makes its way toward you, UPS tracking will provide some information. But FlightAware lets you actually track your phone in real time in the air …

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03:35
iPhone X first impressions round-up: ‘good but not...

We talked yesterday about how Apple is this year taking a different approach to pre-sale reviews of its flagship iPhone. Instead of giving all publications and sites the same embargo date, so that all the reviews hit the net at once, it’s layering them, with different people allowed to post different pieces at different times.

We saw some written pieces and several hands-on videos by YouTubers, and we’re today seeing some more first impressions pieces by writers who were apparently given their iPhone X models just one day ahead of their embargo time …

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03:30
How to share passwords in iOS 11

iOS 11 has a quick way to share your password (though you should, of course, do this with care). When someone is using the same Wi-Fi network your phone is on, you'll get a notification. 

By tapping "send password," they can get on the network without having to manually enter complicated passwords. To make this work, both users need devices running iOS 11 with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned on.

(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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AKVIS ArtSuite School Pack provides versatile frames...

By Aaron Lee

The AKVIS ArtSuite School Pack offers extra frame packs can be installed in AKVIS ArtSuite to increase its functionality. It includes 50 high quality frame designs.

AKVIS ArtSuite is a collection of versatile frames and effects for your photos. It packs a large number of effects and a rich pattern library. It's possible to add extra themed frame packs to the program to increase its functionality.

With the School Pack, 20 themed packs are now available for ArtSuite. With the new frames you can create decorated pictures. You can arrange junior and senior photos, make a great gift for a teacher, or prepare an invitation to a meeting of graduates.

The bright, ready-to-use frames are suitable for decoration of both individual and group portraits. All of them are designed for a...

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02:42
First Look: Apple's bionic iPhone X with Face ID




Apple's iPhone X is the company's most dramatic rethinking of the established form, features and functionality of its iconic phone. It packs the highest resolution--and best looking--iPhone display ever into a smaller outline, radically rethinks iOS navigation and authentication and introduces a sophisticated 3D imaging sensor array that enables Face ID and facial tracking for Animoji, gaze detection, Portrait selfies and an advanced new frontier of augmented reality.

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02:30
Notable apps and app updates for Oct. 31, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

Zevrix Solutions has announced InPreflight Pro 2.11.28, a compatibility update to its document preparation solution for Adobe InDesign. 

It’s an all-in-one solution to check InDesign documents for errors, automatically collect multiple files for output and ship them to final destination. The new version makes InPreflight compatible with the 2018 release of InDesign CC featured as part of Adobe Creative Cloud.

InPreflight Pro can be purchased from the Zevrix website for $99.95; there’s a Studio version for $39.95. A demo is available for download. The update is free for licensed users of version 2, and $50 from earlier versions. InPreflight...

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02:15
Apple allows YouTube personalities early access to...

Because, as mentioned before, you literally can’t outrun social media, Apple recently invited a number of YouTube channels to try out the highly-anticipated device at a nondescript building in New York City.

The YouTubers tested out the assorted functions of the iPhone X including the camera, wireless charging, Animoji, Face ID and others, then posted their findings online.

So far, the reviews seem to be largely positive, with users citing the A11 processor, fun with Animoji, minor frustrations with the new interface and the learning curve of not having a Touch ID button on this model

iPhone X pre-orders began on Friday, with shipping estimates now at five to six weeks for orders placed today. The device launches November 3rd, with limited in-store availability for walk-in customers on a first come, first served basis.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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02:01
∞ First Look: iPhone X

I’ve had my iPhone X from Apple for less than a day, so it would be irresponsible of me to call this a review—instead I’ll give you my first impressions of a few of the main features, and then follow-up with more details later this week or next.

The “Notch”

Let’s get this out of the way right now. There will be so much written about the notch at the top of the iPhone X, we’ll all be sick of it. I said from the time I attended the iPhone launch event that the notch didn’t really bother me—it still doesn’t.

If you focus on the notch, then sure, you will see and it could even bother you. However, I focus on what’s on the screen, not on the notch. Perhaps that’s why it doesn’t bother me—I don’t really know it’s there.

It’s not like the notch is in the way of what you’re trying to do on the iPhone. It’s not stuck in the middle of the display, so for me, it doesn’t factor into my usage of the device.

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02:00
Initial iPhone X packaging, unboxing pictures and...

You can’t beat the speed of social media.

Although the iPhone X has yet to arrive anywhere in the world, Twitter user Benjamin Geskin began shooting images and videos of the new handset to the Internet over the weekend. The resulting images include the iPhone X in its retail handset as well as shared images of the iPhone X stacked and ready to ship.

Unlike the iPhone 8’s rear-focus cover art, the iPhone X packaging depicts the smartphone’s large OLED display.

Fulfilling the stuff that tech fans crave, Instagram user abraham950 posted a brief unboxing video of the iPhone X. The video shows that the first thing you see when you open the box is Apple’s “Designed by Apple in California” information packet, and below that sits the iPhone X itself.

Other iPhone X unboxing videos have begun to surface online, although it’s safe to say that they’ll be more in depth once the iPhone X hits the shelves and arrives on doorsteps come Friday, November 3rd.

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Monday October 30

20:25
Samsung looks to reinvent Apple's Genius Bar...




Samsung is partnering with shared workplace startup WeWork to roll out a string of "care centers" at which customers can receive help with their Samsung device while taking care of business, an idea that aims to one-up Apple's Genius Bar.

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18:26
Internet discovers Apple's Photos object...




Twitter on Monday caught wind of how specific a now year-old object recognition feature in Apple Photos can get, with users expressing concern over the system's ability to detect "brassieres."

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17:22
WSJ: Apple designing iPhones & iPads that...

As the legal battle between the two companies continues to escalate, a new report from The Wall Street Journal says Apple is designing iPhones and iPads for next year that don’t incorporate Qualcomm chips…

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16:53
Apple designing iPhones, iPads without Qualcomm...




Amidst an international legal fight against Qualcomm, Apple is said to be designing iPhone and iPad models that do without the chipmaker's modems after it was denied access to software used to test key communications components.

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16:37
Lowest prices anywhere: Apple's 15"...




Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo this week is knocking $500 off the standard Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro and $700 off the high-end model with a faster processor, additional storage and upgraded graphics. Plus, each system ships for free with no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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16:28
[Sponsor] Kolide Fleet for Osquery

If you are a Mac admin, you know that asking your Macs important security and compliance questions is challenging. We are sponsoring DF to raise awareness for a free solution called Osquery.

Osquery is an open source agent released by Facebook. It transforms your Mac fleet into a database that you can query with real SQL. With this superpower, you can get instant and accurate answers from any device (it works on Windows and Linux too).

Getting started with Osquery has always been a challenge for newcomers. To help, we at Kolide (a new startup co-founded by Osquery’s creator Mike Arpaia) recently released Kolide Fleet, an app to help organizations use Osquery.

We are excited to announce that like Osquery, Kolide Fleet is also 100% free and open-source. Download it today and come hang out with us in the Osquery Slack at #kolide.

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16:11
Instagram adds mid-feed preview tiles for Stories,...

Over a year ago, Instagram rolled out its clone of Snapchat’s popular Stories feature and has since said that its version of Stories reaches over 250 million daily users. Now, Instagram is making a change to its iOS app that makes Stories even more prominent…

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15:24
Analysts bullish on first weekend iPhone X pre-...

On the heels of iPhone X pre-orders kicking off, Apple’s stock touched a new record high today. Despite pre-order numbers being unknown at this point, several analysts are bullish on early performance of the device and see the device being in high demand rather than purely plagued by low supply…

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15:14
Watch: 50 most useful Siri commands




Apple's Siri understands a huge number of commands and queries, from relatively simple tasks like turning on HomeKit-connected lights to more complex requests like translating words into foreign languages. AppleInsider went through the list and picked out 50 of the most useful.

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15:06
What’s new in iOS 11.2 beta 1? Hands-on with changes...

The first iOS 11.2 beta went out to developers earlier today and with it comes several new updates and changes. As you might expect that are quite a few small tweaks and enhancements scattered throughout the release, but 11.2 beta 1 also lends us a first look at the new AirPlay 2 multi-room control features that Apple announced back at WWDC 2017.

Have a look at our hands-on video walkthrough for more details… more…

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14:48
Sprint to end merger negotiations with T-Mobile,...




U.S. wireless carrier Sprint's parent company, SoftBank Group, is reportedly looking to back out of merger talks with T-Mobile after company executives raised concerns over losing control of the resulting entity.

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14:14
AWT News Update: October 30, 2017

The BMW Z8 that once belonged to Steve Jobs. Photo via RMSothebys.com

As October winds down things are starting to perk up in the world of Apple. Today we have stories about a historic high, a famous used car, iOS 11.2, and some early first impressions of the iPhone X:

  • AAPL reached a new high today, peaking at $168.07 before closing at $166.72
  • A BMW Z8 that once belonged to Steve Jobs is up for auction
  • iOS 11.2 developer beta 1 is now available, along with new watchOS and tvOS betas
  • Some very early first impressions of the iPhone X are out, with Apple using a different approach towards marketing the newest iPhone than it's ever used in the past

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...

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13:58
Tim Cook meets with Chinese president ahead of...

According to a new report from Reuters, Apple CEO Tim Cook recently met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The meeting was part of an annual gathering of advisors to the business school at Beijing’s Tsinghua University…

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12:29
Lowest Prices Anywhere: $200 off Mid 2017 27"...




Now through Oct. 31, shoppers can save $200 instantly on popular Mid 2017 27-inch iMac 5K configurations featuring a faster 4.2GHz processor, additional storage and better graphics. Plus, shipping is free with no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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12:20
iOS 11.2 beta brings SiriKit commands to Apple'...




The first iOS 11.2 beta -- launched earlier on Monday -- enables SiriKit for third-party developers working on HomePod support, according to Apple.

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12:20
Charge your MacBook Pro and more with the Omnicharge...

Battery technology has come a long way since we saw the first external battery packs for iPhones back in 2007. Today we’re looking at an amazing intelligent power bank that’s designed to power all of your USB-C and USB-A devices and act as a hub as well. The Omnicharge Omni 20 USB-C is currently in pre-order for December delivery for $169 (power bank only) or $199 (power bank plus protective case), and we’ve got a full review for you today.

Design

Like its two siblings the Omni 13 and Omni 20, the Omni 20 USB-C is a rectangular block 5 in deep x 4.75 inches wide x 1.1 inches tall (12.7 x 12.1 x 2.8 cm), weighing in at 1 lb, 2 oz. (510.3 grams). Covered with a tough soft-touch plastic material on the...

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12:15
Auction of Steve Jobs’ 2000 BMW Z8

Sothebys:

While not known to be a car enthusiast per se, Steve Jobs did have a penchant for German automobiles and design, owning BMW motorcycles, as well as Mercedes-Benz SLs. According to legend, Jobs was convinced to buy the Z8 by Larry Ellison the iconoclastic CEO of Oracle, who enthused to Jobs that the car was a paragon of modern automotive engineering and ergonomics, reflective of Steve’s own products and psyche.

The car comes with a plethora of important accessories, including its proper hardtop and hardtop stand, car cover, owner’s and service manuals, service records, two keys, navigation CDs, and – most significantly, its original BMW-branded Motorola flip-phone. Interestingly enough, and perhaps unsurprisingly, Jobs was known to have hated the Motorola phone.

Personally, I’d rather have Jobs’ BMW

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