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Friday October 30

New Apple TV hits store shelves as first wave of...

Apple opened up preorders for the fourth-generation Apple TV on Monday, but didn’t say when the 32GB and 64GB models would be available to buy in-store. It’s unclear why the company didn’t announce a date, given that they probably want to sell a lot of products, but now it’s official: New Apple TVs are on Apple Store shelves starting right now.

Before venturing down to your local Apple Store to snag a new Apple TV, check inventory online to make sure your efforts don’t go to waste. You can select Personal Pickup to see which store has the device in stock, then reserve one and prepay for it so you can get in and out quickly.


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∞ Apple TV Hands On: This Changes Everything

I went to Cupertino to meet with the Apple TV team yesterday, and to pick up a unit to try out for myself. What struck me about the new model was Apple’s attention to detail—this is the most “Apple” Apple TV the company has ever released. [...]

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9to5Toys Last Call: 21″ iMac (newest version) $950,...

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.

Today’s can’t miss deals:
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Video suggests Nexus 6P bends easier than iPhone 6...

There’s nothing like a little controversy when a new smartphone is launched to get people debating online. Remember ‘#scratchgate’ when the iPhone 5’s slate blue anodized finished scratched off really easily? Or last year’s iPhone 6 Plus, which some said bent really easily? Put those two hashtag-gates together and you apparently have the latest flagship Android phone. The Nexus 6P is the newest pure Android phone from Google, and is about to come under some new scrutiny from prospective buyers thanks to a video from Jerry Rig Everything on YouTube


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Apple Music Diary: Really appreciating it while my...

After a rough start and a mixed early experience, I did finally press the button on Apple Music – a decision I’m grateful for at present as my main Mac is away for repair. This diary piece is as much about that experience as Apple Music, but I will get to music, I promise …

I love a large screen on a laptop, so have stuck doggedly to my 17-inch MacBook Pro, despite the fact that it’s now four years old. It’s a maxed-out late-2011 machine that has been very heavily upgraded over the years, with 16GB RAM and 2TB of SSD storage, and consequently still offers decent...

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Fourth-gen Apple TV now available for in-store...

The new Apple TV is available for in-store pickup on Friday not only at Apple Stores, but also for some Best Buy shoppers, who previously didn't expect to have any pickups until next week.

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Clear my weekend; Alto's Adventure comes to...

In case you haven't noticed, I haven't exactly been jumping at the opportunity to spend even more of my hard-earned cash on one of the new 4th-generation Apple TVs. I just don't watch that much TV. But one announcement is making my resolve quickly fade away -- Alto's Adventure ($2.99) is now available on the big screen. 

Anyone who's played this snowboarding side-scroller with beautiful graphics and sound knows how addictive it is. Now your levels will transfer straight to the Apple TV version thanks to iCloud syncing. 

The iOS app also got a bump to version 1.2, adding support for Apple TV syncing, MFi Game Controller support, the option to move the pause button to the right side of the screen, volume sliders in the settings menu, and the all-important choice of whether or not to use helmet or chasm rescues after crashing (this will make sense to you if you play...

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Apple’s latest Android app is already getting...

Apple can’t catch a break on Android. When Apple released its first app on Google’s platform last month called Move to iOS, Android fans were quick to negatively rate the app that only existed to help people switch from Android to iPhone. To date, Move to iOS has roughly 30,000 1 star reviews to only 10,000 5 star reviews with not much happening in the middle.

Now Apple has its second Android app on the Google Play Store called Beats Pill+. It’s a companion app to Apple’s new portable Bluetooth speaker with the same name, allowing both Android and iPhone users to pair two...

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The 10 best Apple TV apps to grab on day one (and...

After years of waiting, the Apple TV finally has its own App Store, and it’s already populated with a surprisingly large number of worthwhile apps and games. We’ve been testing them and looking to see what’s hot and not for day one Apple TV buyers, including some titles compatible with third-party Apple-authorized game controllers.

Here are 10 of our top early picks, plus some honorable mentions that you may want to grab anyway despite some early issues. There are even several games that support...

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The subtle ways in which Pulp Fiction visually...

I am a huge fan of both. Amazing how many of these shots are strikingly similar. I just can’t imagine this is coincidence.

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Roundup of best Apple TV apps and games

Got an Apple TV on its way? Spend a few minutes and Christian Zibreg, writing for iDownloadBlog, will give you a tour of some of the best Apple TV apps and games you can look forward to downloading.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Adobe Photoshop Fix & Mix get iOS 9 multitasking...

Adobe has updated its two main Photoshop apps for iOS, Fix and Mix, with full support for iOS 9's multitasking features, as well as the upcoming iPad Pro.

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Everything you need to know about Apple TV and game...

Serenity Caldwell does her usual awesome job laying out the details. There’s one bit in particular I found interesting, about how Apple not allowing games to require a controller. Read on.

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The animated biography of Steve Jobs

This was just lovely. Watch the video below, then take a trip over to the home page to read through the time line.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Amazon pulls Google Chromcast, Apple TV units from...

If this proves anything, it’s don’t sell a product that directly competes with Amazon’s interests.

Following through on its promises to halt sales of set-top streaming devices competing with its own Fire TV lineup, Amazon on Thursday removed all Apple TV and Google Chromecast products from its online store.

In an effort to boost both its Prime Video subscriptions as well as sales of its Fire TV set top box and Fire TV Stick units, has pulled both the Chromecast and the Apple TV from its shelves.

“It’s important that the streaming media players we sell interact well with Prime Video in order to avoid customer...

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Bluetooth not working or unreliable? Here’s the fix

Another of those tips that you should bookmark and pass along. You never know when you’ll need it. In my post, there’s a TL;DR version.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Apple TV and cord cutting

Hayley Tsukayama, writing for The Washington Post:

The new Apple TV, which launched this week, offers a tantalizing breakthrough: It has the potential to be the only set-top box you will need.

Interesting read, plus a video that lays out some cord cutting options.

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Fourth-generation Apple TV now available in assorted...

The fourth-generation Apple TV has begun to arrive in the cases of some pre-orders.

For those of you looking to put your mitts on it in person, today’s your lucky day.

Apple Store and Best Buy locations have begun selling the new fourth-generation Apple TV in the U.S. and first wave launch countries. Apple is also offering Personal Pickup in the U.S., while Best Buy is allowing customers who pre-ordered for in-store pickup to pick up their set-top boxes starting this morning as the stores open up for the day.

Best Buy, which began accepting pre-orders on Monday, had originally listed November 4th as the first date it would be on...

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Apple has sold more than $1.7B in Apple Watches, and...

There are a lot of interesting tidbits in Apple’s 10-K, including patent filings, dependencies, and lots of discussion of risks in the marketplace. But if you don’t feel like digging through all the cruft, Chris O’Brien, writing for Venture Beat, did a nice job of laying out some of the highlights.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Apple's smartphone share in Japan fell 7.2...

Apple's share of smartphone shipments in Japan fell 7.2 percentage points YoY to 50 percent in the first halfof 2015 (that’s April to September), or 6.31 million units, according to a report by MM Research Institute (as noted by, a global investment newswire.

New mid-priced smartphones from Sony, Sharp and Fujitsu ate into Apple's share of the shipments, according to the research group. Sony had an 18.6 percent share of shipments in H1, the second-highest among brands. Sharp was in third place with 14.3 percent and Fujitsu had 9.3 percent. Samsung was fifth with 6.1 percent, the report said.

Smartphone will account for 75.6 percent of cell phone shipments in Japan this year, according to MM.

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Apple and the hidden challenge standing in the way...

Most of what you read about Apple’s rumored web TV service (where Apple provides both the set top box and the content) revolves around the complexities of acquiring rights. But there’s another, subtler issue that is just as critical.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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AppleInsider podcast talks AAPL earnings, Android...

On this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast, Neil, Mikey, and Victor discuss Apple's earnings call, Apple TV, and Nvidia deep learning artificial intelligence. Neil has tips about Wi-Fi Assist in iOS 9, and we talk about Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs" and its low-performing box office numbers.

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Video game pioneer betting on the Apple Watch as the...

Video game pioneer Larry DeMar believes that the Apple Watch is the ideal platform for slot machine gaming if and when other U.S. states legalize online gambling. DeMar created the popular arcade machine game Defender, and now works on slot-machine games for casinos.

At present, online gaming for real money is legal only in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware – and the App Store bans gambling apps. But DeMar thinks that will change, reports the Chicago Tribune.

He wants to be ready if more states legalize online gaming, something he and his brother – Steven DeMar, LED Gaming’s director of business development – believe is inevitable...

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ChargeCard, ChargeKey make it easy to charge your...

When you first see the $29 Nomad ChargeCard, you'll probably wonder what the heck it is. It's flat, black, and credit card-sized with an odd-looking prong that snaps out. Unusual, yes, but useful, as it's an ultra-thin iPhone Lightning cable.

It's designed to fit into a wallet or passport carrier just like a credit card, so you'll always have a charging/sync cable on hand. You can use the ChargeCard to charge any iPhone or iPad with a Lightning connector from any USB port. 

There's also the $24.95 Nomad ChargeKey. It performs the same function as the ChargeCard, but comes in a form factor built for connecting to a key chain. Both are made of rubber and plastic, and are slightly bendable,...

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Apple’s artificial intelligence work is being hurt...

Apple’s famed obsession with secrecy in its product development process is hampering its work in the field of artificial intelligence, say academics working in the field. Bloomberg reports that AI experts believe that lack of two-way sharing of information slows development.

“Apple is off the scale in terms of secrecy,” says Richard Zemel, a professor in the computer science department at the University of Toronto. “They’re completely out of the loop.”

Apple Maps was cited as an example of what can go wrong when AI teams within Apple are cut off from other work being...

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The New Apple TV: TidBITS Answers Your Questions

Curious about the new fourth-generation Apple TV or have one on the way? “Take Control of Apple TV” author Josh Centers answers your questions.


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How to open and close the Notification Center in iOS...

The Notification Center provides iOS 9 users with a way to easily access all notifications―text messages, missed calls, calendar alerts, app alerts and more, compiling ‘em all in a single place. Also, in iOS 9, the iPad’s Notification Center has been split into two columns to take better advantage of its larger screen (especially that of the upcoming iPad Pro).

To open the Notification Center, put a finger atop the iPhone/iPad screen and pull down. Think of it like pulling down a window shade. To close the Notification Center, drag the handle at the bottom of its window up — or press the Home button.

When you open an app for the first time, it will ask if you’d like to receive notifications from it (assuming it supports the Notification Center). Go to Settings > Notifications to select if the app will notify you. You’re provided with several choices as to how the app will notify you.

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You can buy the Apple TV from today in Apple Stores...

Apple has confirmed our report that the Apple TV is available in its retail stores from this morning, with Best Buy, MacMall and Target also having limited stock available for pickup starting today.

Apple has sent an email to some customers promoting the 4th-generation Apple TV as ‘the future of television,’ highlighting apps, Siri remote and the new user interface. Apple’s email contains links to both the online store and retail store-...

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If Pages is too limiting for your print projects,...

For the past couple of years, Chronos’ PrintLife has offered a reasonable alternative to Apple’s own Pages when it comes to designing print. However, version 3.0 sports a completely redesigned the user interface which makes the software even easier to use (and it was pretty darn easy to start with).

PrintLife can help you jump start a variety of printing projects such as greeting cards, collages, labels, letterhead, gift tags, contact summaries, certificates, photo pages, CD labels, raffle tickets, fax covers, activity lists, flyers, postcards, jewel cases, file folder tabs, invoices, activity summaries, invitations, posters, envelopes, name badges, contact lists, and menus. It packs an artwork collection that’s over 7.6 GB and includes 145 kits (called “iScrapKits”) containing over 5,100 graphics. All of the artwork has a resolution of 300 dpi.

So what’s new with PrintLife 3’s interface? The Smart Inspector has been replaced with dedicated inspectors in a sidebar for...

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Thursday October 29

Apple Usurps Oracle As the Biggest Threat To PC...

AmiMoJo writes: According to data from Secunia, Apple's software for Windows is now the biggest threat to PC security, surpassing previous long term champion Java. Among U.S. users, some 61 percent of computers detected running QuickTime did not have the latest version. With iTunes, 47 percent of the installations were outdated versions. There were 18 vulnerabilities in Apple QuickTime 7 at the time of the study. Oracle has now fallen/risen to 2nd place, followed by Adobe. All three vendors bundle automatic updater utilities with their software, but users seem to be declining new versions. Update fatigue, perhaps?


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Video games are pretty lazy in their portrayal of...

It's reported that one in three troops returning home from war are being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress symptoms. If you look at video games, those numbers are probably exponentially higher considering the events characters endure while savin...

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Apple launches new Beats Pill+ apps for iOS and...

Apple on Thursday issued its first ever synchronized iOS and Android app release in a remote control and setup app for its Beats Pill+, the first Bluetooth speaker to come out of Beats since the company was acquired by Apple in 2014.

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Adobe updates Photoshop Mix & Fix w/ iOS 9 Split...

Adobe today has rolled out updates to a pair of its iOS apps, adding support for features introduced in the latest version of Apple’s operating system. Adobe Photoshop Fix and Adobe Photoshop Mix have both been updated this evening, the former being bumped to version 1.1 and the latter to version 2.1.

The changelogs for both updates are identical. Adobe has added support for iOS 9 multitasking to Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix. This means that both apps now support iOS 9’s Split View multitasking feature, allowing users to use Adobe’s apps on one half of their display and another app on the other half.

The updates also both add iPad Pro support. With...

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Apple ceases iOS 9.0.2 code signing after iOS 9.1...

Following the release of iOS 9.0.2 last week, Apple on Thursday stopped signing code for iOS 9.1 on compatible devices, prohibiting users from downgrading to the older operating system version.

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Google to fold Chrome OS, Android together into new...

After two years of exploration work, Google is said to be "folding" its web-based Chrome OS into its mobile Android platform, creating a single operating system strategy that it expects to unveil in 2017.

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Following release of iOS 9.1, Apple no longer...

A little more than a week after it released iOS 9.1 to the public, Apple today has stopped signing iOS 9.0.2. This means that users are no longer able to downgrade from iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.0.2, which was initially released almost exactly a month ago.

For Apple, it’s normal for the company to stop signing an older version of iOS when it releases an update to the public. In Apple’s eyes, any bugs that were present in iOS 9.0.2 have since been fixed with iOS 9.1, making it the more stable and secure option for the average user.

Of course, the more likely reason for Apple to stop singing iOS 9.0.2 is to block the...

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Apple TV Reviews: Kinda Buggy, Kinda Great

The latest version of Apple's streaming media set-top box, expected to hit U.S. retail stores on Friday, has gathered a bundle of mixed early reviews. Some reviewers saw great potential in the $149 diminutive black box designed to pump movies, TV shows, games and apps from the Internet to a television set. Others found plenty to criticize. "Functionally, it's the biggest change we've seen to Apple TV since its introduction," Ross Rubin, principal analyst with Reticle Research.

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New Apple TV supports 3DTV content, games already in...

It appears Apple's fourth-generation Apple TV is capable of displaying 3DTV content on compatible sets, as a third-party developer on Thursday released one of the first 3DTV-enabled titles to hit the new tvOS App Store.

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AWT News Update: October 29, 2015

Stories from both sides of the pond on today's AWT News Update!

  • Apple has petitioned the Supreme Court to have the 2013 guilty verdict on antitrust and conspiracy charges heard (did you catch the visual joke in the thumbnail photo for this post? The Supremes? Get it? Never mind...)
  • iPad Pro is coming soon! Training for AppleCare support staff is underway and will finish by November 6.
  • BBC has confirmed that iPlayer will be available "soon" for the new Apple TV
  • Siri will be coming to Apple Music on Apple TV in early 2016

The text version is back today (see below) and here's video of the podcast recording!

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple...

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Spigen's Thin Fit..., two new crystal-clear cases, and more!

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases includes a plethora of options from More, Caseology, OtterBox, and more. Read on!

Bianca Mosca

Handcrafted in France, the Alligator (iPhone 6/6s; $395) features real gator leather straight from the source: Louisiana. You can pick between a number of colors and patterns.

To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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Amazon yanks Apple TV and Chromecast from digital...

Making good on promises to halt sales of set-top streaming devices competing with its own Fire TV lineup, Amazon on Thursday removed all Apple TV and Google Chromecast products from its online store.

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Apple releases its second Android app for managing...

Apple has published a new app for controlling and managing its Beats Pill+ speaker. Notably, this cross-platform release is the second Android app the company has released, following up on the Move to iOS app.

The app includes features that allow multiple users take control of the music playing from one speaker, or use two speakers to achieve a higher volume level than one speaker can output. Dual speakers can also be put into a stereo mode that uses one speaker as the left channel and the other as the right channel.

Unlike Move...

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Apple's secrecy hampering AI development,...

Apple's intense levels of secrecy are preventing the company from making real leaps in the quality of its artificial intelligence, a report said on Thursday.

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Apple has apparently sold almost $1.7 billion of...

In examining Apple’s annual SEC filing, the folks at VentureBeat found that the Apple Watch, which didn’t go on sale in the U.S. until April 10, still accounted for more than 100 percent of the year-over-year growth in net sales of “Other Products.” 

Other Products -- which includes, among other things, the Apple TV and the iPod -- grew from $8.379 billion in 2014 to $10.067 billion in 2015. That means Apple has sold at least $1.688 billion worth of Apple Watches, notes VentureBeat. However, as the statement implies, the actual figure is higher in a category that was dragged down by falling iPod sales. 

“If that pace can be maintained, it’s reasonable to think Apple Watch could be at least a $5 billion business in this current fiscal year,” VentureBeat adds.


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Fly to the edge of space on a balloon with a bar

World View hopes to have commercial flights ready for 2017.

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Apple seeds OS X 10.11.2 beta to public testers

Two days after Apple seeded the first OS X 10.11.2 beta to developers for testing, the company on Thursday issued a build to consumers taking part in the public beta program.

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First look: SteelSeries Nimbus wireless controller...

Online buyers of the new fourth generation Apple TV get a "personalized" recommendation to also buy the SteelSeries Nimbus, a wireless video game controller designed to enhance gameplay on the new device with physical joysticks, a D-pad and buttons. Although it won't be required for standard play on any games, it is needed for multiplayer gaming.

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Apple wants the Supreme Court to dismiss ebook...

Apple has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court decision that found the company conspired with five publishers to increase e-book prices, reports Reuters. The Cupertino, California-based company wants the high court to review a June ruling that favored the U.S. Department of Justice, and found the company liable for engaging in a conspiracy that violated federal antitrust laws.

Reuters reports that Apple, in its petition, said the June decision by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York contradicted Supreme Court precedent and would "chill innovation and risk taking.” "The Second Circuit's decision will harm competition and the national economy," Apple wrote.

If upheld, the decision would force Apple to pay consumers $450 million under a 2014 settlement with 33 state attorneys general and consumers that was contingent on the company's...

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Apple begins delivering 4th-gen Apple TV, launches...

The first online orders of the new Apple TV are beginning to reach customers, just as Apple is officially launching the device's App Store and seeding the finished version of tvOS.

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AmpliTube 4 for Mac

AmpliTube 4 is a guitar and bass tone studio for Mac/PC that works as a standalone application and as a plug-in for your favorite DAW. AmpliTube recreates the entire guitar/bass signal chain from instrument to recording device, and does so in a very realistic and intuitive way. But it also does it in ways you never dreamed possible.

AmpliTube has been around for years and is one of the best amp software packages on the market. I’m looking forward to trying this out.

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Apple TV apps now appearing in tvOS search as first...

The first Apple TV shipments have started rolling out to customers in preparation for the device’s launch later this week. As seen in the screenshot above, users are now seeing their shipment statuses updated on Apple’s website.

At the same time, Apple has now enabled users with pre-release hardware to search for and find tvOS apps, though the platform’s dedicated App Store has yet to officially launch…

As you can see in the tweet below, app search is now fully functional despite the current lack of an actual store from which to install them. Search is powered by Siri and the...

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Apple asks US Supreme Court to toss ruling upholding...

Apple has formally asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower appeals court ruling from June, which upheld a judgment that Apple violated antitrust laws in its 2010 e-book dealings with publishers.

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Element 14 to Bake Custom Raspberry Pi's

Element14 on Tuesday revealed an exclusive agreement to offer OEM customers bespoke designs based on the Raspberry Pi platform. Raspberry Pi -- which has seen success in the educational and maker fields -- is targeting commercial manufacturers and the Internet of Things, signing up Premier Farnell through the latter's element14 brand to customize its boards. Customizations will include reconfiguring the Raspberry Pi board layout, adding functionality, redesigning the interfaces, and changing board and memory configurations.

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iPad Pro: AppleCare staff given Nov. 6 training...

Ahead of the iPad Pro’s launch in November, sources have shared a couple of tidbits regarding launch plans for the device. We are told that Apple this week has started training its AppleCare support staff to become familiar with troubleshooting the larger tablet. Apple typically prepares its support network on major new products in the couple of weeks prior to the device’s launch. Apple is asking its support centers to complete their training by Friday, November 6th, which indicates that the iPad Pro is likely still on track for the early November launch we previously discussed.


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Notable apps and app updates for October 29, 2015

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 for iOS and Mac OS X:

iOS Apps/Updates

The Weather Channel is a huge source of information and forecasts for anyone who is interested in weather, and today it updated its free (with in-app purchases) iPhone app. Note that the in-app purchases take away ads in the app for a year, probably a worthwhile purchase if you use this app a lot. 

Now, I'm one of those people who uses Siri dictation to enter a lot of messages and text on my iOS devices, but if you insist on using a keyboard, you might want to look at Swype (US$0.99 with in-app purchases). It...

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Popular iPhone camera app VSCO launches new GIF...

Photography-focused startup Visual Supply Co. on Thursday launched a new app entirely exclusive to iOS: DSCO, a quick and easy way to make animated GIFs on your iPhone.

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Former OS X chief Bertrand Serlet offers a new peek...

Former OS X chief Bertrand Serlet is finally ready to talk about his cloud startup UpThere after founding the company in 2011. While Sertlet isn’t completely taking the wraps off the company he assembled after leaving Apple four years ago, UpThere is opening a beta for its cloud service today following nearly three years of silence. The service is said to be similar to iCloud, Dropbox, and similar cloud solutions, but UpThere’s strategy is fast access to data stored online and not syncing content across devices. The beta will preview two products coming down from UpThere… While UpThere’s site has been updated beyond the hiring page first seen in 2012 to further explain their mission and take sign ups for the beta, it’s an interview between Bertrand Serlet and ...

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Eddy Cue dodges questions about original TV content...

In a TV interview posted on Thursday, Eddy Cue -- Apple's senior VP for Internet Software and Services -- dodged questions about original programming, while downplaying the possibility of using the new Apple TV as a cord-cutting option.

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Project Loon, Oracle security, Samsung profits - The...

Project Loon takes off in Indonesia, Oracle touts new security measures embedded in silicon and a balloon will take you to the edge of space for a price.

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Apple launches first public beta of iOS 9.2

On the heels of the developer release, the first public beta of iOS 9.2 was made to members of Apple's voluntary testing community on Thursday.

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Apple releases first iOS 9.2, OS X 10.11.2 builds...

Update: Apple has also today released the first OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan beta build to public beta testers. This build follows the public launch of OS X 10.11.1 last week. You can sign up to join the public beta program on Apple’s beta testing website

Following this week’s release to developers, Apple has seeded the first version of iOS 9.2 to public beta testers. The update brings some important changes to the Safari View Controller, which serves as the in-app browser for many apps in iOS 9.

Those changes include the ability to reload a page without content blockers and...

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Sony Talks VR and 2016 Games in Paris

While Microsoft has been driving home the potential hits it has for the holidays, Sony has sat silent. That changed this week at Paris Games Week, when Sony set the tone for the next year or so by touting 21 games, mostly exclusives, poised to redefine the PlayStation 4 experience. It's what PlayStation fans have been waiting for -- a listing of completely new games. At its first-ever appearance at Paris Games Week, the company put on a console-selling show that evidenced the potential of the latest PlayStation and the upcoming PlayStation VR headset.

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Apple, U2 ride the Experience Bus with a VR music...

Apple and their musical buddies, U2, has teamed up for a virtual reality, 360-degree music video for “Song for Someone,” a song off the band’s Songs of Innocence album. 

The music video is part of a larger Apple Music partnership with U2 called the Experience Bus, “which is basically an environment at concerts for U2 fans to come strap on Oculus headsets a’” music video and experience it alongside other fans,” according to TechCrunch. As you're watching the video, you get to interact with U2 as if you're standing on the e-stage as they perform. You also see other fans singing the song, too -- presumably sourced from several months ago when fans were invited to send the band videos of themselves singing the song....

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Appeals court refuses immediate ban on NSA metadata...

The National Security Agency's collection of phone metadata will be allowed to continue during the 180-day wind-down period authorized by Congress in June, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Thursday.

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SXSW’s GamerGate debacle shows it’s clueless on...


Although South By Southwest has long been one of digital culture’s foremost summits, recent events suggest it’s time to re-assess that. SXSW’s organizers have publicly foundered over some of the event’s programming on online harassment—undoubtedly one of the most important and complex topics facing digital culture today. And that they’ve messed this up so monumentally exposes a fundamental problem with the very events that purport to champion the issue.

This may seem too “inside baseball” and uninteresting but it’s actually an important issue on many fronts – it’s about the continuing and vehement online harassment of women by cowards and the companies and organizations, like SXSW, who don’t have the courage to stand up to that same harrassment themselves.


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Few folks care if their music service is championed...

Drake’s recent hit, Hotline Bling, is exclusively available on Apple Music, but according to a recent study by Vennli, only 15 percent care if their service is championed by big-name celebrities. However, 96 percent of music streaming users strongly agree that it’s important for their services to have a large music selection, according to the SaaS (software as a service) growth strategy platform.

With artists voicing their allegiances to different streaming platforms, the market may become fragmented, and services could struggle to win over consumers if no one platform has every artist. What’s more, YouTube Red will launch tomorrow, joining a crowded market of paid, ad-free music streaming services. 

However, new data from Vennli reveals that 22 percent of consumers currently using a free music streaming service plan to switch to a paid model, pointing to a substantial opportunity to snap up new premium members...

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Eddy Cue talks new Apple TV, says 20 million...

With the new Apple TV shipping to customers and expected to hit stores tomorrow, Eddy Cue, the head of Apple’s Internet services, is talking up the latest set-top box in a new interview with CNN Money.

In the demo, Cue relates the new Siri Remote’s touchpad to using multitouch on iPhones and iPads. This allows tvOS, the software running on the new Apple TV, to become a platform for what Cue calls an “app ecosystem” as we’ve seen explode on iOS. Cue says Apple believes the same explosion will take place on television next.

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4th-gen Apple TV reviewers love Siri as a TV helper

Tomorrow is the day that pre-orders of the new, fourth-generation Apple TV will arrive, and Apple Stores will have the new unit in stock. So should you pull out the credit card and buy one? We can't tell you what to buy -- or not -- but we can let you know what the other folks who are doing reviews of the device are saying. To start off, this video review by Nilay Patel over at The Verge is excellent:

What are other bloggers saying? Mashable's Christina Warren (a TUAW alumnus!) said that setup is a snap if you have an iOS device with iOS 9.1 installed as you can "use the Bluetooth connection from your iPhone or iPad to share information such as iCloud and iTunes account preferences and your WiFi password". 

BuzzFeed loves the new Siri Remote, saying it's a big improvement over the previous Apple TV remote. The ability to ask Siri to find content is great, but the reviewer (John...

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Early Apple TV reviews agree the streaming puck isn...

The fourth-generation Apple TV isn’t all that different from other streaming set-top boxes. While Apple hails it as the “future of TV,” the word from early reviews of the streaming puck indicate that the Apple TV holds plenty of potential, but isn’t quite revolutionary. Yet.

The Apple TV is no replacement for cable, though we’re getting closer (and Cupertino is reportedly working on a streaming subscription service). It’s the most expensive streaming device of its kind, with a 32GB version costing $149 and a 64GB model going for $199. It’s not the only set-top box to support apps or voice search. But it does replicate the ease of using an iPhone on your TV screen, and seems well on its way to doing a whole lot more.


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ScreenFlow 5.0.3

Adds support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan and fixes a number of bugs. ($99 new, free update, 52 MB)


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TarDisk Pear promises to double your MacBook’s HD by...

TarDisk is launching its new ‘Pear’ product today, a customized SD card solution for MacBook users that can double the device’s storage capacity while using software to create a hybrid drive that works hand in hand with your built-in drive.

There are a lot of SD card products on the market that make adding extra storage to MacBooks easy, but TarDisk Pear is different in that it merges with your built-in drives to create a new logically merged volume managed by OS X, meaning you’ll be able to tap into the...

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Siri search coming to Apple Music on the Apple TV...

Apple mentioned during the earnings call on Tuesday that the Apple TV, which just went on sale, would indeed get Apple Music at launch. But while you can use Siri to search Apple Music on your iPhone, that feature won’t be supported on the Apple TV until “the beginning of next year,” Apple told BuzzFeed News.

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Greenland is melting away

This is a bit terrifying but gorgeous at the very same time. Be sure to scroll through the whole thing, especially that page that zooms in and out from a skyward overhead view of Greenland, to the closeup on the porous ice at the surface.

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Weather Channel app update brings more contextual...

There are times when your iPhone’s native Weather app just doesn’t cut it, like when you want to know whether to expect a light drizzle or a torrential downpour. There are plenty of weather app alternatives, but the stalwart Weather Channel just overhauled its iOS app to be your first destination for weather news.

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The Weather Channel’s app update puts the information you want up front.

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Apple discloses $1.69 billion increase in “Other...

Although Apple has yet to disclose any specific sales numbers for the Apple Watch, they may have tipped their hand a bit with the company’s most recent financial report.

A figure within the report states that Apple’s “Other Products” division climbed by more than US$1.69 billion in sales by the end of September.

As part of the company’s quarterly 10-Q filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Apple said that more than 100 percent of the year-over-year revenue growth in its “Other Products” category was attributed to the Apple Watch.

Apple’s catch-all category grew from US$8.379...

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Grammy winning singer Adele's talent agency...

The agency representing British singer Adele, William Morris Endeavor, is repotedly pitching Apple on a $30 million tour sponsorship deal, although it may be contingent on Apple Stores stocking physical copies of Adele's latest album.

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Android development is 30% more expensive than iOS....

This detailed analysis is from a firm that does both Android and iOS development. Read the blog post, draw your own conclusions.

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Nintendo gets into the mobile game market with...

When you think of gaming, one of the first names that may pop into your head is Nintendo. The company has been a no-show in the world of smartphones and tablets, but that will soon be changing. The company announced last night that it will be releasing a smartphone game called "Miitomo" soon, the first of five games that will be released by March 2017.

Are you familiar with the Wii "Mii" avatars that you can create? That's what Miitomo is all about. Your Mii will communicate with other users, even communicating with other people's Mii's without their knowledge. Nintendo believes that the game will "encourage people who are hesitant to talk to share things about themselves" with other users. 

The game was originally expected to launch this year, but has been delayed until March 2016. The company wants to fully promote Miitomo and what it is (...

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Killer Deal: Apple's early-2015 13"...

For the next 48 hours or so, AI readers can use $100 and $200 coupons to grab Apple's well-equipped, early-2015 13" MacBook Pro (3.1GHz, 16GB, 512GB) for $1,969 ($230 off) or $2,098 with AppleCare ($350 off). Both are the lowest prices anywhere by a wide margin.

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BBC iPlayer app coming to Apple TV. A tipping point...

As reported by the BBC’s own Leo Kelion, the iPlayer app is being rewritten as a native Apple TV app, which means it can now be searchable, right alongside Netflix, Hulu and other third party apps. This is a tipping point.

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Rumor: Apple to begin selling fourth-gen Apple TV in...

You’ll be able to snag the fourth-generation Apple TV from Apple Store locations as early as tomorrow.

While priority deliveries will arrive tomorrow and next weekend, it’s been discovered that Apple is planning to begin selling the new set-top-box at its retail stores this Friday.

Apple retail employees say that stores are beginning to receive shipments to sell at the end of this week, while stores will be re-organized overnight on Thursday to promote the new Apple TV in stores on Friday.

The fourth-gen Apple TV retails for US$149 and US$199, depending on either a 32GB or 64GB configuration, and includes a new user-...

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Stop doubting the iPhone, the Macintosh company

Ben Thompson, writing for Stratechery, takes on a recent New York Times article, which casts doubt that Apple can continue its success.

Terrific Op-ed by Ben.

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Almost Impossible! is the truth

Dan Counsell is well known in Mac and iOS circles as one of the brains behind Realmac Software, the developers of such great apps as RapidWeaver, Clear and Typed. He's just created something a bit different that's not a Realmac product -- a cross-platform game by the name of Almost Impossible! Yes, you read that right -- there will be versions for iOS (US$1.99), Apple TV (US$1.99), and Mac (US$3.99). Note that all of those are introductory prices, so if you're intrigued, you'd best get thee to the App Store ASAP and buy it.

As you can tell from the title of this post, Almost Impossible! is pretty darned difficult to master. It's a simple game...

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73 (mostly) free, essential apps for OS X

This is an ambitious effort. As with all lists, some of these will click for you, others might not. But worth looking through this, I think. Some excellent apps worth having here.

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Siri Won't Answer Some Questions If You're...

AmiMoJo writes: A tweet from Tom Conrad has highlighted an issue with Apple's Siri digital assistant. When asked certain questions about music, Siri refuses to answer unless you subscribe to Apple Music. Instead of falling back to a web search for the information, Siri tells the user that it cannot respond due to the lack of a subscription. Apple Music has been the source of music related data for Siri since it launched, but until now did not require a subscription to answer questions.


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Apple Music & U2 partner on virtual reality...

Under the Apple Music banner, Apple and favored musical partner U2 have joined together on a virtual reality music video for the band's "Song for Someone."

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∞ Apple Senior VP Eddy Cue talks Apple TV

Two part interview with Eddy Cue. Sadly, both parts are set to AutoPlay, which means I can’t embed them. Hate that.

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Apple Watch sales topped $1.7 billion in five months

Though Apple won't share specific sales figures for its new Apple Watch, disclosures made by the company this week reveal that the wearable device reached more than $1.69 billion in sales by the end of September.

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IDC: the iPad Pro could be a ‘silver lining’ for...

The worldwide tablet market recorded lower shipments for the fourth straight quarter with 49.4 million units shipped in the third quarter of 2015 (3Q15), according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) research. That’s down -11.2% year-over-year.

Despite iPad sales being down 20% year-over-year, Apple still holds the top position in the worldwide tablet market. And the impending launch of the iPad Pro “may serve as a silver lining as the market shifts towards productivity-enabling devices,” according to IDC.

In Apple’s fiscal 2015 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 26, Apple sold 9.9 million iPads. That’s nothing to sneeze at. Plus, the company says it remains optimistic about its tablet line and has high hopes for the Pad Pro.

In an Oct. 27 conference with analysts and the press, Apple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said that the company is “excited” about the supersize iPad’s...

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Apple may have other Smart Connector port implements...

Apple’s implementation of the Smart Keyboard/Smart Connector port for the iPad Pro may just be the tip of the iceberg for what the company has planned for such technology. Apple has applied for a patent (number 20150308470) with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for “magnetic preloading of joints” (no marijuana jokes, please).

In theory, the invention could allow two iPads to be connected and work as one, Mac laptops could quickly couple with an external display, a large screen could connect to a deck with stereo speakers, etc.

As for the $169 Smart Keyboard (pictured) it’s a full-sized keyboard in a thin, durable design that attaches to iPad Pro’s Smart Connector port. This eliminates the need for a separate battery, on/off switch or Bluetooth pairing. The Smart Keyboard is foldable and can transform into a Smart Cover.

Here’s Apple’s summary of the invention: “A first component...

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Future iOS and OS X devices may have near-field...

Future iPhones, iPads, Macs. and Apple Watches could sport near-field antenna that operate through their displays. Apple has filed for a patent (number 20150311960) for such an invention with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. 

A near-field antenna would support near field communication (NFC),  the set of protocols that enable electronic devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching the devices together, or bringing them into proximity to a distance of typically 10cm or less. NFC is the tech used in swiping your smartphone at the checkout lane in the grocery store, waving it over a display at a local museum, and similar tasks.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that, to satisfy consumer demand for small form factor wireless devices, manufacturers are continually striving to implement wireless communications circuitry such as antenna components using compact structures. At the same time, there’s a desire for wireless devices to cover a...

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Tablift a great tablet stand for use with the iPad,...

The makers of the US$59.95 Tablift describe it as "the world's best tablet stand." I can't vouch for that, but it is useful. And it works with all versions of the iPad (full sized and mini), though I can’t vouch for how it will work with the upcoming iPad Pro.

I used the Tablift with my iPad Air while laying horizontally in bed as I reclined to watch movies or to read. It worked like a charm. Once I had the adjustable legs adjusted for the bed, I easily and securely placed the iPad in place and relaxed to watch a movie or read. I even played some games. All of this was accomplished with the greatest of ease and wonderful freedom of hand movement.

I sometimes have my iPad Air in a rotating case. I found it somewhat awkward to remove the iPad Air from this rotating case in order to use it in the Tablift, but not so awkward that I did not enjoy...

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Can’t win for winning: Apple doom coming any day

Apple reported record-breaking results again and its precipitous slide to doom could not be any more imminent.

“Apple’s best days are behind it, says top analyst” (Tip o’ the antlers to @BradSkid.)

Just hours before Apple is set to report quarterly earnings, one top Internet analyst said the tech company’s best days are behind it.

That’s great timing if you want to get on the news, not so good timing if you want to be accurate.

“Ehhh, I don’t have all the facts but I’m pretty sure I know what I’m twerking about. … Talking. I meant to say ‘talking’. What did I say?”

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BBC to release iPlayer app for new Apple TV in...

UK Apple customers will soon be able to stream catch-up episodes of their favorite BBC programs on the big screen, as the storied broadcaster announced plans to bring a version of its iPlayer service to the new Apple TV.

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OmniFocus 2.3

Adds a new Custom Columns layout, plus fixes bugs and visual glitches in OS X 10.11 El Capitan. ($39.99 new, free update, 25.1 MB)


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iOS 9's Apple News expands publisher reach as...

Apple News is already seeing strong adoption, with more than twice as many readers as Apple Music has listeners -- no doubt because News is effortless to use, with no subscription plan or signup required. Apple is now expanding News app's publisher base by publicly documenting its underlying "Apple News Format" specification.

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Wednesday October 28

Samsung Mobile smartphone profits decline; unit...

Samsung Electronics' IT & Mobile unit reported shipment growth in phones but noted that its "profitability declined" due to the fire sale pricing incurred to boost sales of its disappointing Galaxy S6, along with a lower handset Average Selling Price "due to increased sales of mid- to low-end products."

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OS X Server 5.0.15

Updated for compatibility with OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan. ($19.99 new, free update, 203 MB)


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Nintendo to debut first smartphone app 'Miitomo...

After announcing intent to produce mobile titles for smartphone like iPhone earlier this year, Nintendo on Wednesday announced "Miitomo," a freemium app scheduled to see release in the first property will see release in March 2016.

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