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Tuesday April 11

10:59
TestFlight & iTunes Connect updates bring...

Last night Apple released an update to its TestFlight app on iOS, bringing the version number up to 1.5. Louis D’hauwe, developer of Pixure, shared some of the positive impacts that last night’s update brought.

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10:55
Apple sues Swatch over “Tick Different” campaign

Apple has filed a complaint in a Swiss court over the use of the slogan “Tick Different” in a Swatch marketing campaign, arguing that the watchmaker is unfairly referencing the Californian company’s successful 1990s “Think Different” ad campaign for its own gain.

Seems pretty obvious to me.

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10:37
WWDC Wishlist: How will Apple improve iOS 11 this...

Yesterday we took a look at a few new features we hope to see coming to macOS at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. With no Spring event in sight, Apple is set to have a strong WWDC 2017 with updates coming across all platforms. Today we’ll be taking a look at what we hope to see in Apple’s next major iOS update: iOS 11.

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10:33
Hands-on: Incase Drone Pro Pack can replace both...

Incase has a brand new collection of bags and cases launching this week designed specifically for carrying drones and drone accessories. My favorite in the collection is the Drone Pro Pack which is a full-blown backpack for DJI Phantom drones and everything you need to capture and edit aerial footage. In total there are four new drone bags in the collection:

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10:20
Qualcomm Says Apple Broke Contract, Hindered...

Qualcomm has filed a 139-page rebuttal of a lawsuit lodged by Apple in January in which the US chipmaker counterclaimed that the iPhone giant was "misrepresenting facts and making false statements." From a report on ArsTechnica: It alleged that Apple had "breached" and "mischaracterized" deals it had in place with Qualcomm and accused the Tim Cook-run firm of interfering with the chipmaker's "long-standing agreements" with iPhone and iPad manufacturers, such as Foxconn. In a statement, Qualcomm said, "Apple effectively chose to limit the performance of the Qualcomm-based iPhones by not taking advantage of the full potential speed of which Qualcomm's modems are capable. Apple's actions were intended to prevent consumers from realizing that iPhones containing Qualcomm chipsets performed far better than iPhones containing chipsets supplied by Intel."

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10:18
Apple releases second iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.5...

Apple has released the second iOS 10.3 public beta for testing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 10.3.2 public beta 2 follows one day after the second developer version of the upcoming software update. Apple has also released the second public beta version of macOS 10.12.5.

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10:12
Apple releases second public beta of macOS Sierra 10...

Apple has released the second public beta of its next update (10.12.5) for macOS Sierra. It’s a minor update that focuses on bug fixes and speed improvements.

If you're not already signed up for the public beta program, you can do so here. The public beta program is free, but remember: beta software is unfinished software so use with care.

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10:00
AWT TV Episode 3: April 10, 2017

Did you miss the livestream of AWT TV last night (April 10)? Due to a minor technical mixup, the livestream never aired, but we do have the full show available for your viewing pleasure! AWT regulars Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards join forces to discuss last week's announcements from Apple about the company's newfound commitment to the prosumer and creative/developer professional market and what it means.

Next week the entire team will be back...and we may also have a guest! In the meantime, enjoy this week's show.

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09:47
Evernote update adds colorful new Touch Bar features...

Evernote is out with a major new update for MacBook Pro users that brings colorful new Touch Bar features to the note-taking app. The latest version lets Evernote users gain ‘quick access to key navigation and note editing commands’ on the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.

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09:46
Design issues force Fitbit to delay latest Apple...




Apple's main rival in the wearables space, Fitbit, is reportedly postponing the launch of its first full-fledged smartwatch from spring until fall, owing to a pair of design issues.

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09:34
Facebook announces group payments feature for...

To enhance the feature within Facebook Messenger that lets users send money to one another, today the app is getting an update that enables payments among groups of users. The feature is aimed at people that want to be able to easily split restaurant bills or send money to friends, and works via group conversations in Messenger. It’s first coming to desktop, but should arrive later for iPhone and iPad users as the Android app today gets access first.  more…

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 15″ MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar $...

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar: $2,070 ($329 savings)
Apple’s 13-inch 512GB MacBook Pro + Touch Bar $1,...

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09:05
Minecraft: Pocket Edition update brings Chinese...

Minecraft Pocket Edition for iPhone and iPad is getting an update today that brings a new Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack and more. Included in the pack are 26 new skins, texture sets, and other goodies:

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09:00
Vintage Apples: Unboxing and Powering Up a 2004 12-...

Thanks to the generosity of Dwight and Franklin Shih of Colorado, I had the fun yesterday of unboxing and booting up a working 2004 12-inch PowerBook G4. In this Vintage Apples video, you get to see just how fast one of these aluminum beasts was when running Mac OS X Panther -- frankly, it was surprising just how speedy the 13-year-old laptop actually was!

From time to time as we get our hands on "mature equipment" we'll make other Vintage Apple videos for your enjoyment. If you have any questions about this PowerBook, leave them in the comments section below and I'll be sure to answer them to the best of my ability.

Also, if you have a working vintage Mac or other Apple product that you'd be willing to donate to Apple World Today, we'd love to have it "star" in a future Vintage Apples video. I already have a Newton MessagePad 2100 that I'm going to try to...

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08:59
GoPro TradeUp offers $100 rebate on Hero5 Black with...




Sports camera producer GoPro has launched its first trade-in program that allows customers to exchange their older GoPro Hero cameras, even damaged or broken ones, for a $50 or $100 discount on the latest iPhone-connected models. Owners of early-model GoPro cameras are most likely to see the largest benefit from the promotion.

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08:24
Code unlocks secret on the Bank of Canada’s new $10...

I can’t tell – is this nerdy, cool, or Nerdy Cool?

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08:20
A Big Problem With AI: Even Its Creators Can't...

Last year an experimental vehicle, developed by researchers at the chip maker Nvidia was unlike anything demonstrated by Google, Tesla, or General Motors. The car didn't follow a single instruction provided by an engineer or programmer. Instead, it relied entirely on an algorithm that had taught itself to drive by watching a human do it. Getting a car to drive this way was an impressive feat. But it's also a bit unsettling, since it isn't completely clear how the car makes its decisions, argues an article on MIT Technology Review. From the article: The mysterious mind of this vehicle points to a looming issue with artificial intelligence. The car's underlying AI technology, known as deep learning, has proved very powerful at solving problems in recent years, and it has been widely deployed for tasks like image captioning, voice recognition, and language translation. There is now hope that the same techniques will be able to diagnose deadly diseases, make million-dollar trading...

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08:15
Apple Pay to rule over Samsung, Android rivals,...

Take these studies with a grain of salt but (having never used the alternatives) I’ve found Apple Pay on my phone, even for internet transactions, frighteningly easy and compelling to use.

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08:11
Qualcomm hits back at Apple in legal battle

The other shoe has dropped.

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08:02
Samsung takes top spot in global smartphone share...




Samsung became the global leader in smartphone marketshare during the March quarter, pushing Apple back into second place, according to production estimates published on Tuesday.

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07:45
Now that Apple’s USB-C dongles are back to full...

Apple’s decision to go all-in on USB-C on the 2016 MacBook Pro machines hit significant resistance from those who would need to purchase multiple dongles to connect to their existing accessories. The company responded by offering discounts on a range of USB adapters and cables, first to the end of last year and later extended to the end of March.

Those deals are now gone, however, so here’s a roundup of some decent alternatives …

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07:40
How to keep 2GB of most recently added music synced...




Syncing music to your Apple Watch can be a convoluted, laborious process. But if you want to ensure that the latest additions to your library are automatically available on your watch, iTunes Smart Playlists may be the solution you need.

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07:33
Instagram now combines disappearing photos &...

An update to Instagram coming today aims to improve the service’s Direct messaging feature by combining disappearing photos and videos with text conversations into a single thread. Previously the features were separated, with disappearing photos and videos in their own conversation separate from text chats, meaning that you could have multiple threads going with the same person(s) within Direct.

Today’s update hopes to streamline your inbox within Direct by making the disappearing photos and videos appear inline within text conversations when it’s the same contact(s):

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07:11
Nvidia releases beta Mac drivers for Pascal GPUs...

Nvidia has made good on its promise to release Pascal drivers for the Mac. This makes it possible to drive macOS with 10-series cards like the popular Geforce GTX 1080, or the newly released Titan Xp.

Up until now, users wishing to use modern Nvidia GPUs on a Mac were forced to use last-gen Maxwell-based hardware, such as the GTX 980 Ti and other 9-series cards. With the release of the Pascal drivers, more options have been opened up for eGPU users, legacy Mac Pro users, and Hackintosh users wishing to utilize the latest and greatest in GPU technology. more…

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06:58
Western Digital announces USB-C G-Drives in...

Shortly after announcing a USB-C external SSD, Western Digital has announced a USB-C version of its externally-powered spinning metal G-Drives in capacities of up to 10TB. They will also be available in 4TB and 8TB models.

The company says that the drives can also power MacBooks and MacBook Pro models, enabling a single-cable connection, though it doesn’t mention an important caveat …

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06:35
Western Digital launches G-DRIVE USB-C device

Western Digital Corp. has expanded its G-Technology brand G-DRIVE storage portfolio with the G-DRIVE USB-C device. The new drive provides USB-C connectivity for next-generation Mac and PC computers while simultaneously charging compatible USB-C devices like the latest MacBook and MacBook Pro computers.

Available in capacities up to 10TB, the G-DRIVE USB-C device is built to provide expansive capacity for storage of HD videos, photos, music, backups and more in a stylish extruded aluminum enclosure. This G-DRIVE device features the USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface with USB-C connector. It ships with a USB-C to USB-A cable for compatibility with traditional systems with a USB-A connector. With USB Power Delivery, G-Technology’s G-DRIVE USB-C device provides up to 45 watts of charging capability through the USB-C port, so users can charge the latest MacBook or MacBook Pro without the need of a separate charger, says Mike Williams, vice president of Advanced Technologies, Western Digital...

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06:12
Apple Pay contactless users to nearly double,...

New data from Juniper Research estimates that the number of contactless pay users, including Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay, will exceed 100 million for the first time during the first half of 2017, before surpassing 150 million by the end of this year. And Apple's mobile payment system is predicting to reach 86 million users this year.

According to the research group, the combined market share of Apple, Samsung, and Google (via Android Pay), increased from 20% in 2015 to 41% in 2016, as a proportion of total mobile contactless payment users. Juniper forecasts that this will rise to 56% by 2021, as the trio’s combined user base exceeds 500 million.

The research found that Apple Pay, and the...

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06:11
'Strong evidence' Apple working on custom...




Apple is likely developing custom power management chips, working on the technology at facilities in Germany and the U.S., an analyst said on Tuesday.

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06:06
Apple looks into an audio system with no need for a...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,621,987) for a “tactile swath for an electronic device” that hints at wireless speakers that could work with Macs, iOS devices and Apple TVs.

The patent is for a wireless speaker audio system configured to receive audio information wirelessly transmitted by an audio source including first and second wireless transceivers. In the filing, Apple says a “significant disadvantage “of wireless stereo loudspeakers that use a proprietary wireless protocol is that a separate RF transmitter must be added to the audio source since the audio source does not otherwise support the proprietary protocol. 

These RF transmitters are typically in the form of a dongle, which plugs into the audio source. Apple says that he dongle adds bulk to portable systems, and shortens battery life if it draws power from the audio source. If the dongle has its own power source, then it becomes one more item that requires a charger. 

Apple continues that...

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05:57
Apple is developing its own power management chips,...

It appears that Apple is developing its own power management chips, according to a report from German private bank Bankhaus Lampe. The release of the report Tuesday led to a sharp drop in the shares of Dialog Semiconductor, the current supplier of these chips to the iPhone maker.

“The teams of both companies collaborate very closely and thus, Dialog cannot be replaced by a third-party supplier. However, Apple itself could replace Dialog,” wrote analyst Karsten Iltgen.

As evidence, the report cited 16 different job openings on Apple’s website for analog/power management engineers for the design center in Munich alone.

“A search on social networks such as LinkedIn revealed that Apple has already poached about 20 chip designers, some of them with long-standing experience, from Dialog,” said the report, which estimates that about 40 power-management chip engineers are currently working at the design center in Munich, with a similar number working in the area at the...

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05:49
TrendForce: iPhone production volume down, but...

The total production volume of all iPhone devices for the first quarter of 2017 fell by 36% compared with the previous quarter and declined by 41% versus the same period a year ago, according to new data from TrendForce. Still, these results actually showed an overall improvement in iPhone sales, according to the research group. 

This quarter Apple released the “PRODUCT Red” edition of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, which can be regarded as a follow-up to last year’s “Jet Black” edition. The use of striking colors has been well received by consumers and helped Apple grab market share, according to TrendForce. The bold color scheme has also raised awareness about the upcoming release of the 10th anniversary iPhone devices.

TrendForce estimates that the total production volume of all iPhone devices for the second quarter will reach around 43 million units, a decline of 17% from the preceding quarter. Apple will likely to...

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05:40
Apple may be working on its own power management...

German chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor’s stock has tumbled in Frankfurt, currently down 24.5%, as private bank Bankhaus Lampe downgrades the German chipmaker to Sell on risks that it might lose a crucial supplier deal with Apple.

The investment bank points to strong evidence that Apple is working on its own power management integrated circuits (PMIC), after which it might drop Dialog's battery-saving chip ("at least in part") as soon as 2019. A source says Apple is recruiting Dialog's top engineers in Munich.

Despite attempts to diversity beyond the iPhone giant, Dialog likely saw more than 70% of its 2016 revenues from Apple. If the report is correct, this is further proof that Apple is bringing more and more tech in-house.

It was revealed last week that Apple planned to phase out graphics chips by Imagination Technologies with in-house with developed chips. Imagination's...

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05:33
Qualcomm: there wouldn’t be an iPhone without our...

Qualcomm has fired the latest shot in a legal battle with Apple, charging the tech giant with mischaracterizing Qualcomm's business and siccing international regulators on it.

In a Monday federal court filing, world’s dominant supplier of baseband processors said Apple wouldn't have an iPhone business if it weren't for fair licensing of essential tech from Qualcomm. The company says it went out of its way to offer alternative licensing (which Apple rejected), and that, in suing Qualcomm, Apple is motivated by reducing the cost to make iPhones.

In January 2016, Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm, alleging the chip supplier demanded unfair terms for its technology.  The same month saw the Federal Trade Commission file a complaint in federal district court charging Qualcomm with using anticompetitive tactics to maintain its monopoly in the supply of a...

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05:32
Samsung overtakes Apple in Q1 smartphone sales even...

Trendforce data seen by us suggests that Samsung overtook Apple in Q1 smartphone sales even before the company’s new flagship Galaxy S8 landed in stores in Q2. Most of the gains made by the company were, however, thanks to lower-end devices.

Samsung’s sales results for its high-end smartphones fell short of expectations in the first quarter as consumers’ confidence in the brand had yet to fully recover from the recall of Galaxy Note 7. Nevertheless, Samsung continued to do very well in the mid-range and low-end segments of the market. The economically priced, high-performing Galaxy J series sustained Samsung’s shipments and contributed significantly to the expansion of the brand’s overall smartphone production volume. Samsung was the only brand that saw positive growth in production volume during the off season of the first quarter.

Trendforce also predicts that Samsung and other Android manufacturers...

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05:26
Swatch’s ‘Tick Different’ ad campaign ticks off Apple

Apple is suing Swiss watch maker Swatch for its “Tick different” ad campaign, which the Cupertino, California-based company says is a rip-off of its former “Think different” campaign, note the Swiss language site, Watson — as noted by AppleInsider.

In order to successfully argue its case, Apple will have to prove that at least 50% of consumers associate "Think dDifferent" with Apple branding. The tech giant is being represented by Zurich law firm Lenz & Staehelin, which filed a concurrent, but unsuccessful, complaint with the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property.

Responding to Apple's accusations, Swatch CEO Nick Hayek said any similarity between the two campaigns is coincidental. Hayek...

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05:15
Apple posts positions for GPU-based jobs in London...

Following the breakup of U.K.-based Imagination Technologies, Apple seems to be ramping up its own GPU division as well as hiring a number of engineers within the London region.

Appearing on the United Kingdom version of Apple’s jobs board over the last month, the company has listed 12 “Hardware Engineering” job postings in London, located within Hanover Street. Spotted by The Telegraph, the listings are for Apple’s “UK Design Centre,” with 11 out of the 12 openings having some connection to GPU design.

A listing for an “Engineering Program Manager” position posted on March 29th mentions a “newly formed graphics design team” that would work on the “definition of the architecture, spec, design, and verification of graphics IP from concept through to silicon.”

Another posting for a Design Verification Lead description involves “RTL verification of blocks in graphics cores, requiring a “deep understanding of the micro-architectural details of designs, and how...

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05:00
AT&T announces acquisition of Straight Path for...

It never hurts to buy the bandwidth you need in advance.

AT&T on Monday announced that it will acquire Straight Path Communications, a company that holds licenses to airwaves needed for the next-generation network technology. AT&T announced the deal in a press release, noting that it is worth $1.6 billion in total.

Straight Path Communications is one of the largest holders of the 28GHz and 39GHz millimeter wave spectrum used by wireless carriers. It also holds the mmWave licenses in the 39 GHz band and 133 licenses in the 28 GHz band, which 5G technology is heavily reliant upon.

During the press release, AT&T explained that the Straight Path spectrum it has acquired as part of this deal covers the entire United States. The company also noted that the theoretical peak speeds in mmWave band can reach up to 10 Gbps up and 20Gbps down.

AT&T also noted that shareholders will receive $1.25 billion, while the rest of the $1.6 billion comes as...

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05:00
Hackers Blast Emergency Sirens in Dallas


Screaming sirens serenaded Dallas residents in the early morning hours Saturday after a cyberattack set off the city's emergency warning system. All of the city's 156 sirens reportedly were set off more than a dozen times. Officials have not yet identified the perpetrator of the attack, the city's Office of Emergency Management Director Rocky Vaz said, but he expressed confidence that it was someone outside the Dallas area. The city has figured out how the system was compromised and has begun working to keep it from happening again.

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04:30
DE:Flicker a fine accessory app for Final Cut Pro X

By Aaron Lee

RE:Vision Effects' DE:Flicker for Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Motion is designed to smooth out flicker and artifacts when shooting high frame rate or timelapse video. 

It not only fixes flicker from artificial light sources but also fixes flicker on multiple objects, even when those objects flicker at different rates. DE:Flicker also minimizes problems when shooting directly at light sources, causing them to "breathe" and change size when shot at higher frame rates.

DE:Flicker will also help transform your timelapse photography so that viewers watch the footage you intended them to watch and not the annoying pops that often accompany timelapse photography. It handles the common problems of color shifts, exposure and other camera setting and lighting inconsistencies that may occur from frame to frame. DE:Flicker also tames the problems of clouds casting shadows at different...

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04:07
Apple takes Swatch to court over its use of ‘Tick...

Apple is taking Swatch to court after the Swiss watchmaker used the slogan ‘Tick different’ to promote its NFC-enabled watch. Apple is arguing that the slogan unfairly trades on its own ‘Think different‘ campaign, while Swatch claims that the reference is purely coincidental.

‘Think different’ is arguably one of the most famous ad slogans in history, used by Apple from 1997 to 2002. It emerged from the one-minute ‘Crazy Ones’ commercial which featured a total of 17 people who changed the world by challenging the status quo …

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04:00
How to set up collaboration in Pages, Numbers and...

Apple’s Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps for macOS and iOS allow you to collaborate. You can invite others to your documents and work on them together in real time. You can use iWork collaboration on these devices: 

  • A Mac with macOS Sierra and Pages 6.0, Numbers 4.0, or Keynote 7.0 or later;
  • An iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10 and Pages 3.0, Numbers 3.0, or Keynote 3.0 or later;
  • A Mac with Safari 6.0.3 or later, or Google Chrome 27.0.1 or later;
  • A Windows PC with Internet Explorer 11 or later, or Google Chrome 27.0.1 or later.

To invite others to collaborate you must be signed in to iCloud on your device and have iCloud Drive turned on. If you’re using a web browser, sign in to iCloud.com and open the iWork app you want to use.  

If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with earlier versions of iOS or iWork apps, or if you have an Android device, you can view documents but can’t edit them. 

When you invite...

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03:55
Qualcomm says Apple using its power to pay less for...

Qualcomm is seeking damages from Apple, alleging that the iPhone maker interfered with long-term agreements between the chip company and licensees that manufacture the iPhone and iPad, and encouraged actions by regulators against the company by giving government agencies “false and misleading information.”

Apple did not use certain high-performance features of the Qualcomm chipsets for the iPhone 7, claims Qualcomm. When iPhones with the Qualcomm chipset still outperformed iPhones that used a chipset from key rival Intel, Apple is said to have publicly claimed that there was “no discernible difference” between iPhones using Intel chipsets and those using Qualcomm chipsets, when it knew the opposite to be true, according to a filing Monday by Qualcomm.

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for April 11, 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

NATS Limited has introduced Airspace Explorer 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a free, flight tracking app featuring real radar data and a three dimensional view. Users can pan, zoom and move around the airspace in 3D, learn more about how it's structured and view flight paths in and out of airports to gain a sense of the approach and departure routes.

macOS Apps/Updates

Macubes has announced VDOMint 1.1, an update to the free app that provides Mac users with a menu bar for YouTube. Features include a shortcut key setting for go-to, quick...

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03:00
The Morning After: Tuesday, April 11th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

This Morning After is brought to you by the death of phone calls on flights (hooray!), how Persona 5 manages to digitally manifest Tokyo and the news that the most valuable car company in the US is now Tesla --...

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02:56
Analyst believes Apple developing its own custom...

Apple is believed to be developing its own custom power management chips for iPhone and iPads, at least according to one industry analyst (via Reuters). The report from Bankhaus Lampe said that Apple is looking to replace a PMIC component currently supplied by Dialog with its own custom silicon as soon as 2019.

The analyst notes that Apple has been aggressively hiring engineers from the third-party supplier and already has a significant team of employees working on Apple-designed power management chips. This follows the news that Apple intends to make custom GPUs for its iOS devices within two years.

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02:02
'The Crown' gives Netflix its best shot...

Despite producing a long list of critically-acclaimed TV shows, Netflix's original programming has yet to be rewarded by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). The streaming giant has received Academy nominations in the past and rec...

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01:20
Apple sues Swatch over 'Tick different'...




Swiss watch conglomerate Swatch is again under fire for allegedly capitalizing on successful Apple marketing. The watchmaker is being taken to court for emblazoning "Tick different" on certain watch models, a phrase Apple claims is a play on its 1990s "Think Different" ad campaign.

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01:10
Google says its own analysis shows 'no gender...

In a new post on pay equity, Google VP Eileen Naughton says the company was "taken aback" by the US Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) accusation that it paid women less than men, especially since the regulator gave no data to bac...

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00:04
Boeing uses first FAA-approved 3D-printed parts for...

Boeing expects to shave $2 to $3 million off each 787 Dreamliner's manufacturing costs by 2018, thanks to 3D-printed titanium. The company has teamed up with Norwegian company Norsk Titanium to create the first printed structural titanium components...

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Monday April 10

22:24
PewDiePie starts a weekly Twitch show

Let's say you're YouTube star PewDiePie, aka Felix Kjellberg. You're facing an exodus of advertisers that could hurt your bottom line, and it doesn't help that you shot yourself in the foot by making tasteless jokes. How do you keep the money coming...

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20:58
Air Force tests air-to-ground strikes with an...

There's so much focus around autonomous cars these days it's easy to forget that the military's trying to plug artificial intelligence into fighting vehicles, too. And not just in computer mock-ups, like last June's exhibition wherein a flight AI bea...

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20:52
Qualcomm officially countersues Apple as legal...

Qualcomm this evening revealed that it is countersuing Apple as the legal battle between the two companies heats up. While it had been previously reported that Qualcomm was considering legal action, the company made it official today in a 134-page filing…

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20:25
Qualcomm slaps Apple with countersuit over patent...




Responding to a volley of patent royalty lawsuits initiated by Apple, Qualcomm on Monday escalated the legal battle with a countersuit claiming the litigation is a gambit seeking lower licensing fees.

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20:24
Qualcomm countersues Apple over iPhone and iPad...

For years, Apple and Qualcomm have worked together on technology that' goes inside your iPhone and iPad. Qualcomm specifically handles a lot of the modem chips that connect devices to cellular or WiFi networks, and are crucial to any mobile hardware....

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20:19
Someone stole a tile from the Space Shuttle's...

A six-inch piece of thermal tile like the ones lining the belly of the space shuttle was stolen from an exhibit at NASA Kennedy Space Center over the weekend Popular Mechanics reports. Although the tile itself never actually flew on a shuttle and was...

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19:27
Teen iPhone ownership hits all-time high, interest...




Apple's mobile products continue to rise in popularity amongst U.S. teens, as fresh survey data from Piper Jaffray shows more than three out of every four teens now own an iPhone and even more intend to buy.

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19:27
Yuneec adds livestreaming to its remote control...

Yuneec diverted from its earlier higher-end drones to release a more affordable model last fall, the Breeze. For bundling a 4K camera and several flight modes into a $500 package, we guessed it would make it an ideal elaborate selfie machine. But now...

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18:33
What's on TV: 'Better Call Saul,'...

Tonight Better Call Saul returns for its third season on AMC, and brings a familiar face for Breaking Bad fans. Gamers can look forward to Yooka-Laylee, while Hidden Figures makes it Blu-ray and Ultra HD Blu-ray debut. Netflix is ready to premiere it...

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18:23
Apple partner Foxconn makes $27 billion offer for...

Apple manufacturer Foxconn is said to have made a large bid for Toshiba’s NAND storage unit. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Foxconn this week offered up $27 billion for the business, a bid considerably higher than had previously been offered by companies such as Broadcom.

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17:16
Latest Piper Jaffray survey shows teen interest in...

In an effort to gauge the teen shopping market, Piper Jaffray releases a “Taking Stock with Teens” survey every six months. The survey offers up a variety of different tidbits about the minds of teen shoppers, including some interesting information about Apple…

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17:15
The Swiss Watch Industry Should Double Down on...

Jean-Louis Gassée penned a good column a few weeks ago on the Swatch Group making their own watch OS:

Nick Hayek’s father triumphed against Japanese quartz watch makers
by playing on his own turf. Trying to defeat the established
smartwatch players by playing their game won’t work. Is there
something in Swatch Group’s culture that predisposes it to be
competitive with Google and Apple software engineers?

Just as Nokia should have embraced Android in 2010, riding on its
proven combination of Design, Supply Chain, and Carrier
Distribution prowess to keep a leading role in the smartphone
revolution, Swatch could use its native — but circumscribed —
cultural and technical skills to create beautiful, fun
smartwatches … that run on Google’s software. But just like
Nokia’s culture and success prevented it from seizing the...

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17:14
'SculptrVR' brings 'Minecraft'-...

When Google's Daydream headset came out, we praised it for its comfortable construction, but noted its bare game library. Little by little, the platform is adding experiences, even if many are ports that have already had successful runs on other VR p...

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16:32
Comcast hopes to launch an NBC-focused streaming TV...

Comcast is apparently more than a little envious of internet-only streaming services like CBS All Access and HBO Now. Bloomberg contacts claim that the cable giant is planning to introduce an online video service that would revolve around shows from...

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AMD is spending money to 'solve' the...

AMD is a company best-known for its computer processors and graphics cards. Now, it wants to help build the next generation of virtual reality headsets. Today, it announced it's acquired intellectual property and key engineering talent from Austin-ba...

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15:24
Sling TV's $5 Cloud DVR arrives on Android and...

Sling TV's Cloud DVR feature is slowly becoming available for more subscribers. Now folks who use Android and Roku devices to stream live TV can pay $5 extra a month to store 50 hours of video on Sling's servers for anywhere/anytime viewing -- half a...

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15:20
AWT News Update: April 10, 2017

Happy Monday! A lot of news to cover on today's podcast:

  • Be sure to watch AWT TV tonight at 6:30 PM PDT / 9:30 PM EDT live on our YouTube channel
  • Teenagers love their iPhones, and they're even more excited about the 2017 model
  • The FCC is dropping 2013's plans to let people use their phones on airplanes to make calls
  • AT&T purchased Straight Path Communications, a critical step in being first to market with a 5G cellular network

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

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San Francisco airport can now record all visitors...

When you drive to the airport, you expect a certain amount of tracking, if just from security cameras. However, San Francisco International Airport might be taking things a step too far. The travel hub recently received approval from the Airport Comm...

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14:46
As it increases push towards 5G, AT&T acquires...

As the race to provide 5G connectivity heats up, AT&T today announced that it will acquire Straight Path Communications, a company that holds licenses to airwaves needed for the next-generation network technology. AT&T announced the deal in a press release, noting that it is worth $1.6 billion in total…

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14:28
AWT TV Episode 3: Dennis and Marty talk about last...

Live tonight on Apple World Today TV, Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards chat about last week's astounding Apple announcements aimed at the "prosumer" and creative professional markets. It's sure to be a fascinating talk about the future of the Mac Pro, iMac and even the Mac mini. 

Tonight's show begins at 6:30 PM PDT / 9:30 PM EDT on the Apple World Today YouTube channel. Just show up around that time and click on the video showing "Live Now", and you can watch and even make comments in real time.

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14:23
Sony's new superthin E Ink tablet costs just $...

Despite being the only horse in the niche race, Sony continues to develop E Ink devices. The company has tried to sell higher-end professionals on edit-friendly displays since it released the 13.3-inch Digital Paper in 2014, which cost a whopping $1,...

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14:15
Send Starbucks gifts with iMessage

Do something nice for a Starbucks fan in your life.

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13:55
FCC axes plan to allow phone calls on flights

There hasn't exactly been a groundswell of support for in-flight phone calls in the US, and regulators are now ready to drop the idea. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed that his agency cancel a 2013 proceeding that would have let people make cellpho...

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13:43
Apple stops signing iOS 10.2.1, 10.3 following iOS...




Apple on Monday stopped signing iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3, effectively cutting off downgrades for iPhone, iPad, and iPod owners who have already made the leap to iOS 10.3.1.

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13:30
'Planet Earth II' on 4K Blu-ray will make...

Planet Earth II looks so good on 4K Blu-ray that it completely justifies the existence of the doomed disc format. The original Planet Earth sold most consumers on the benefits of Blu-ray and HD video in 2007. It was like peering through a pristine wi...

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13:19
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 10...

The only notable software release this week was OmniOutliner Essentials and Pro 5.0.1.

 

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13:19
ExtraBITS for 10 April 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, AT&T is using HBO as a carrot to lure more TV and cellular subscribers, YouTube is rolling out its own TV service, Comcast is entering the cellular market, and developer Panic voices concerns about the market for professional-grade iOS software.

 

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13:15
∞ What if ‘The Matrix’ starred Will Smith?

I didn’t know Smith had turned down The Matrix. But to turn it down to do the awful “Wild Wild West”? That’s gotta hurt.

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13:03
Most Jay Z albums now back on Apple Music, still...




Following their sudden removal from Apple Music and Spotify last Friday, most of Jay Z's albums are now back on Apple's service, but still missing from Spotify -- for reasons unknown.

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13:02
Apple stops signing iOS 10.2.1 & 10.3,...

Following today’s beta release of iOS 10.3.2, Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3. Now, users who were looking for the possibility to downgrade from iOS 10.3 or 10.3.1 will no longer be able to do so.

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13:01
The next big 'Overwatch' event starts...

According to a trailer released for French-speaking audiences, Overwatch's next big event is headed to consoles and PC tomorrow, April 11th. "Insurrection" sends you and five teammates into the past against hordes of robotic Omnics on the King's Row...

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12:36
Play 'The Elder Scrolls Online' for free...

Bethesda is trying to boost The Elder Scrolls Online's player base less than two months before the launch of its big Morrowind expansion. Starting tomorrow at 10 am EST, anyone can download and play the game on PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4 for free...

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12:32
Grandparents roll the dice, play elves in ‘D&D...

These are really fun videos to watch. They bring me back to my D&D playing days in high school and college.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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12:30
WWDC Wishlist: How will Apple improve macOS this...

Now that it looks quite clear Apple isn’t having a Spring event– it introduced new iPads, pre-announced new Mac Pros, and launched its Clips app in recent weeks without one– all eyes are on its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) scheduled for June.

There are already quite a few clues about what to expect, and this week we’re taking a look at new features that we’d like to see included in Apple’s next major OS releases. Today, we get things started with macOS…

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12:29
djay Pro: Making everyone a DJ. Anywhere. Any time....

djay Pro, Algoriddim’s award-winning DJ application, is available for macOS, iOS, and Android. Now it’s also on Windows 10, bridging a native desktop and touch experience across every platform and fulfilling our mission of making everyone a DJ. Anywhere. Any time. Any platform.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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12:14
Watch 'Citizenfour' team's WikiLeaks...

There haven't been any shortage of documentaries about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, but the one we've kept a keen eye on is from filmmaker Laura Poitras. You might remember her as the director of the the Edward Snowden documentary Citizenfour an...

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12:06
US FCC kills plan to allow mobile phone...

Imagine a fellow airplane passenger sitting next to you and yelling into his mobile phone for six hours during a cross-country flight.

If simply thinking about that scenario gives you a headache, you're not alone. On Monday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission killed a plan to allow mobile phone calls during commercial airline flights.

Since 2013, the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration have considered allowing airline passengers to talk on the phones during flights, although the FAA also proposed rules requiring airlines to give passengers notice if they planned to allow phone calls.

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

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11:54
FCC nixes proposal that would’ve allowed cellphone...

I am unreasonably happy over this decision.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:52
This neural network generates weird and adorable...

Training a neural network involves feeding it enough raw data to start recognizing and replicating patterns. It can be a long, tedious process to just approximate complex things -- like writing articles for Engadget, for example. Research scientist J...

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11:48
What is your favorite macOS menubar app?

I try to keep my menu bar items to a bare minimum but there are some great suggestions here.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:30
Gorillaz are getting a TV show, apparently

Prepare your brain's weirdest synapses for an animated TV show starring the members of Gorillaz, the lauded cartoon hip hop group led by Blur frontman Damon Albarn and Tank Girl co-creator Jamie Hewlett. Hewlett revealed the TV series in an interview...

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11:00
How not to create traffic jams, pollution and urban...

Parking isn’t one of those things you think about until you can’t find a space. But is surprising how it can affect the livability of an area.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:00
Apple World Today Video Tip: Saving pictures or...

Are you new to the world of iOS devices? If so, you may not know how to save those pictures and videos that friends send you in the Messages app. In this short video tip, we show you just how easy that is to accomplish:

Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to receive notification of new videos as they're published. 

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10:59
Mercury retrograde, explained without astrology

Really good explainer of the seemingly bizarre movement of Mars and Mercury in our night sky.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:54
After EveryAppleVideo YouTube channel goes dark, new...

Reddit pointed out this morning that the invaluable ‘EveryAppleVideo’ YouTube channel has gone dark for unknown reasons. Visiting the channel page takes you to an empty channel under a banner reading ‘This channel was closed and is no longer available.’ without further explanation.

more…

Filed under: Apple ...

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10:51
Apple drops to 5th place in LaptopMag's brand...




Apple has lost its place at the top of Laptop Mag's annual ranking of the best notebook brands after six years, with the MacBook producer dropping down to joint-fifth place, after being penalized over the high cost of its products and the apparent need to acquire dongles to expand its connectivity.

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10:36
Apple issues second betas of iOS 10.3.2, macOS 10.12...




Apple on Monday issued second betas of iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.5 to developers, paving the way for what are likely to be minor bugfixes and security improvements for Macs, iPhones, and iPads. Simultaneously, the company released second betas of watchOS 3.2.2 and tvOS 10.2.1.

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10:32
Why VR Is Failing


We seem to have trouble learning that three key elements are necessary for a new technology to take hold: It has to appear complete, it has to be compelling, and it has to seem like a value -- that is, be affordable. Compared to what we have today, the car that opened up the automotive market in the U.S. was none of those things -- yet it was incredibly successful. So, this is about perception, which is why the iPod -- which also was none of those things initially, if compared to the iPhone or iPad of today -- also was incredibly successful.

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10:32
Twitter protects anonymous users more often than you...

In 2012, Twitter fought the New York District Attorney so protect tweets sent by an Occupy Wall Street protester, and in 2014 it sued the U.S. government so that it could share these kinds of user information requests more publicly. Then in 2015, Twitter successfully protected the identity of two anonymous users who were being sued for defamation.

And the company also gets into legal fights where it doesn’t even have a stake. In early 2016, Twitter signed an amicus brief alongside Google in support of PubPeer, a website that allows people to comment anonymously on scholarly articles. PubPeer was being sued by a professor who received unflattering anonymous comments about his work.

Twitter does deserve kudos for this.

...

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10:27
Korn recruit Metallica bassist’s 12-year-old son

What were you doing when you were 12? Getting quite good at Guitar Hero? Clumsily finding your way around a real instrument? Maybe even attempting a jam session with some of your mates?

Let’s face it, you weren’t going on tour through South America with a Grammy award-winning, platinum-selling metal band, were you? Not unless you’re Tye Trujillo, who has just signed up to play for Korn while their bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu is unable to tour with them.

Robert Trujillo is one of my favorite bassists of all time and there’s no doubt that his son is very talented too. This is pretty amazing.

∞ Read this on The Loop...

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