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Tuesday September 5

10:00
Sports brands are giving wearables another shot at...

Wearables are only as good as the apps they're compatible with. And companies making health-focused products, like smartwatches, fitness bands and even hybrids of these two, are starting to realize that. But in order to have applications that lure pe...

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09:43
Deals: 2017 512GB 15" MacBook Pro for $2,399 ($...




Post-Labor Day deals are now live with instant markdowns on Mid 2017 MacBook Pros and iMacs. Save $200 on a 15" MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage, plus no tax outside NY and NJ. Apple's 13" MacBook Pros are also $100 off with prices starting at $1,199, and a 21" iMac 4K with Radeon 560 graphics is now $1,399.

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09:42
YouTube for iOS can now live stream ReplayKit apps...

YouTube for iPhone and iPad now supports Apple’s ReplayKit for live streaming iOS apps. ReplayKit is an Apple framework first introduced in iOS 9 that lets developers offer screen casting features to users; iOS 10 added the ability to also live stream online.

more…

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09:39
Barclays: Apple’s HomeKit/Siri efforts will increase...

A new analyst note today from Barclays covers Apple’s efforts and potential in the connected home market. While the firm expects Apple will be a major connected home player, it believes Apple will struggle to create more revenue from this part of its business.

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09:32
External Link: Pixelmator Plans to Go Pro

The developers of the popular Pixelmator image-editing app have announced a follow-up app, due later this year. Pixelmator Pro will be sold in the Mac App Store alongside the original Pixelmator, and it will feature a streamlined single-window interface, advanced layout tools, an overhauled painting system, machine learning, and more. Many of us at TidBITS have long been fans of Pixelmator because it offers most of what we need from Photoshop at a fraction of the price, so we’re looking forward to trying Pixelmator Pro’s new features.

 

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13″ MacBook Pro 256GB $199 off...

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

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08:44
External Link: Apple Ends the Apple Music Festival

After 10 years, Apple is putting a stop to the Apple Music Festival, previously known as the iTunes Music Festival. Over the years, numerous big-name acts played at the London-based show, including Adele, Beck, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Paul Simon, and Soundgarden. While it’s sad to see the annual series of concerts go, perhaps Apple is hoping to convince Apple Music Festival alumni to appear on “Carpool Karaoke.”

 

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08:39
Pick any 7 of these solid 50 Mac apps for $22 [...

From 9to5Toys:

We get emails about Mac software bundles every day, but only a select few are worth your time. We believe today’s Bundlehunt is one of those. For $21.99, you get to choose your favorite 7 applications from an impressive selection of 50 (!!), many of which are worth multiples of $22 by themselves. There are too many apps to list here but some favorites of the 9to5Mac writers are listed below.

Oh, and we’re giving a bundle of free 7 apps each to one Facebook and Twitter sharer as part of our 9to5Rewards program…so spread the love!! (Winners will be added to the post tomorrow).

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08:08
Teardown claims Essential Phone is hard-to-repair...




A new teardown of one of the latest Apple iPhone competitors, the Essential Phone, claims that the device is fundamentally disorganized inside, a sign of it being a first-generation product.

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07:56
Ningbo, China Apple store at Tianyi Square opens...




Apple has declared that it's Ningbo, China location at Tianyi Square will open on Sept. 16 -- just in time to sell whatever Apple has in store for its fall releases.

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07:12
Pixelmator Pro image tool with CoreML, Metal 2...




The Pixelmator developers have turned to Apple's CoreML machine language toolset, and are releasing Pixelmator Pro in the fall to directly combat Photoshop's market dominance.

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06:50
Apple bids farewell to Apple Music Festival after 10...

Enlarge / Calvin Harris performing at the 2016 festival. (credit: Apple)

The London Roundhouse will feel emptier this September, as Apple is ending its annual music festival after nearly 10 years. The Apple Music Festival, which was called the iTunes Music Festival until 2015, has been held annually by the tech giant since 2007. London's Roundhouse had been the festival's home for most of its existence, but Apple confirmed to Music Business Worldwide that it will not host a festival at the UK venue in 2017.

The Apple Music Festival hosted many of the music industry's biggest names over its tenure: Lady Gaga, Adele...

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06:41
UK retailers call for £30 contactless card limit to...

The UK got quite a head-start on the U.S. when it comes to contactless payments, the first contactless cards launched back in 2007. But concerns about fraud meant that contactless transactions were initially limited to £20 ($26) before a modest increase to £30 ($39) …

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06:30
Apple allegedly gearing up for future iPhone with...




With the fall iPhone releases on the doorstep, new reports from the supply chain suggest that Apple has turned to its lens supplier for the next generation already in search of camera sensors in excess of 12 megapixels.

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06:28
Pixelmator Pro for macOS coming this fall

The Pixelmator Team has unveiled the upcoming Pixelmator Pro 1.0, a new image editing app for the Mac. Codenamed Whirlwind, it will include a modern single-window interface, non-destructive, GPU-powered image editing tools, machine learning-enhanced editing features and much more, says Saulius Dailide, one of the founders of the Pixelmator Team.

The modern, dark single-window interface of Pixelmator Pro has been created exclusively for working with images. Its streamlined, macOS-inspired design provides a completely native Mac app experience and is fully consistent with the look and feel of macOS, Dailide says. And a reimagined, user-centered workflow design makes the professional editing tools in Pixelmator Pro accessible, even to first-time users, he adds.

Completely nondestructive color adjustments, effects, styles, and layouting tools in Pixelmator Pro will allow you to go back and modify or delete individual changes at any point in the editing workflow. Thanks to...

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06:20
Guilherme Rambo: “What if the lock button becomes...

What if the lock button becomes the home button?

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06:18
Alleged SIM trays for Apple's 'iPhone 8...




Leaked SIM trays for Apple's OLED-based "iPhone 8" may support the notion that the phone will come in just three colors: black, silver, and a new copper/"blush" shade of gold.

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06:18
Watercolor Studio is a new photo-to-watercolor...

JixiPix Software has introduced Watercolor Studio, an automatic photo-to-watercolor artistic app for the Mac and Windows. It renders any ordinary photo into a watercolor painting.

You can customize paintings using an array of sliders, layers, brushes, color washes and artistic finishes. Watercolor Studio uses artificial intelligence and image recognition to render the initial watercolor, then gives you the ability to create variations quickly and easily, according to the folks at JixiPix Software. You can change paintings into an ink wash, add an artistic finish, brush in details, and even spatter it with liquid spots.

Watercolor Studio requires macOS 10.7 or higher. It costs $49.99 and is available at the JixiPix website or the Mac App Store.

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06:01
Another patent hints at Apple Pencil support on the...

There’s more evidence that the Apple Pencil will come to the iPhone in a newly granted patent (number 9,753,556) dubbed “devices and methods for manipulating user interfaces with a stylus.” And perhaps the Mac, as well.

In the patent, Apple notes that the use of touch-sensitive surfaces as input devices for computers and other electronic computing devices has increased significantly in recent years. The company says that user interfaces can be manipulated with either finger or stylus inputs. Finger inputs are more common than stylus inputs, in part because existing methods that use styluses are “cumbersome and inefficient.”

Obviously, Apple thinks that it has overcome such problems (and, well, it has) with the Apple Pencil. Currently, the pencil only works with the iPad. However, Apple’s patent mentions it being used with various handheld devices (which certainly includes the iPhone), as well as desktop computers and laptops. 

Apple has also filed for other...

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05:59
Apple’s localization problem

Andrew Marinov:

7 years ago.

That’s the last time that Apple added support for a new language in iOS.

It’s been years since I’ve started filing radars and hoping that Apple would add my native Bulgarian language to iOS and with each new release, the release notes are the first thing I pour through, looking for any new language editions.

Unfortunately, though, not only is Apple seriously behind on language support, with each year new features come that are geolocked and exclusive.

And:

So how many languages does Android support, compared to Apple’s 32?

A quick research comes up with 188 as of Android 7.0 Nougat and that’s not even counting the dozens of different variations that most languages have.

With six times more languages supported, no wonder Android is so prevalent, especially in poorer countries, where people might not speak one of the languages that iOS supports.

There’s a lot more detail in the post, including...

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05:53
Apple axes annual music festival in London after 10...

Music Business Worldwide:

Apple has confirmed to MBW that it will no longer be hosting the annual Apple Music Festival at London’s Roundhouse.

And:

However, the cancellation of the festival doesn’t signal a move away from live events by Apple Music completely.

The brand was recently a partner of shows by Haim and Skepta in London and Arcade Fire in Brooklyn and it had a heavy presence at SXSW in Texas earlier this year – where it backed shows from Lana Del Rey, Vince Staples and DJ Khaled.

In addition, Apple Music also sponsored Drake’s 32-date Summer Sixteen Tour in 2016 and it supports regular live sessions from its ‘Up Next’ artists.

The closure of the Apple Music Festival is likely because Apple is concentrating its resources on one-off events like these, in addition to its original content efforts in video – which have recently included a Carpool Karaoke spin-off series and a behind-the-scenes documentary on Harry Styles.

This...

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05:50
Comment: Samsung’s easily-fooled face-recognition...

While Apple’s detractors often criticise Apple for hyping features already seen in competitor devices, the Cupertino company doesn’t just follow the market. In particular, it tends to assess which features do and don’t make sense, and then aim to make the best possible version of the ones that do.

The sense of this approach appears to have again been illustrated by not just one but two Samsung devices …

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05:46
Piper Jaffray: most folks still don’t know how cool...

In a note to clients — as noted by Business Insider — Piper Jaffray says “the nature of the coming "iPhone 8" upgrade (shown in a fanciful mockup) still hasn't got through to many ordinary people” as only 16% of 400 iPhone owners surveyed said they expected to upgrade.

Still, the research firm expects to see bigger sales growth for the iPhone 8 than any previous iPhone launch, with the exception of the “smash hit” iPhone 6. They predict 12% year-on-year sales growth, versus 36% for the iPhone 6.

"In addition to a more robust upgrade in terms of form/function, we believe iPhone X units will benefit from a large iPhone installed base that will be ~2 years old (or older) by the late Sep-17 launch," Piper Jaffray analysts wrote, using the term "iPhone X" to refer to the upcoming Apple smartphone.

"Specifically, our...

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05:39
Apple AirPods dominate wireless earbud sales

NPD Group:

2017 has been a great year for headphones. Through July, U.S. dollar sales and average prices increased 22 percent, and 18 percent, respectively, over the same period a year ago.

And:

Since launching in December, Apple’s AirPods have accounted for 85 percent of totally wireless headphone dollar sales in the U.S., according to NPD’s Retail Tracking Service. With a use case centering on frictionless access to Siri and other tasks initiated by voice, AirPods really act as an extension of the iPhone. Apple’s path to leadership in the category is helped by disruptive pricing, brand resonance, and excitement over the W1 chip, which significantly eases Bluetooth connections to iOS and Mac devices.

85% is an incredibly large slice of the pie. Removing that headphone jack was crazy, right? Crazy like a fox.

UPDATE: Gary Riches questioned the use of the term “totally...

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05:33
Rumor: Apple looking at future iPhones with 16-...

Apple has booked up the production capacity for above 12-megapixel lens modules at a new factory being built by smartphone lens module maker Largan Precision in central Taiwan, according to DigiTimes.

Among makers of above 12-megapixel smartphone lens modules, only Largan meets Apple's minimum yield rate requirement, the article adds. The new factory in Taichung is purportedly designed to accommodate monthly production capacity of 600 million lens modules, six times Largan's present capacity, and will start production next month, claims DigiTimes

Chances the rumors are true, according to the Sellers Research Group (that’s me): 90%, although I’m not sure who really needs a 16-megapixel or 18-megapixel camera (4K Ultra HD displays have a resolution of 3,840×2,160 pixels — or about8.3 megapixels). Perhaps Apple wants to convince professional photographers to ditch their...

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05:21
UBS suggests iPhone 8 will start at $900, have only...

The consensus view on the iPhone 8/Edition is that it will be available in three storage tiers, with pricing starting at $999.

Reports to date have suggested a 64GB model at $999, a 256GB one at $1099 and a 512GB model at $1199 – but UBS analysts disagree …

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05:15
Apple recategorizes sixth-gen iPod nano as obsolete...

As neat as the sixth-generation iPod nano is, it’s now officially obsolete.

Apple has updated its web site, stating that the device is no longer supported by Apple customer service for repair or servicing.

The move comes after Apple discontinued the entire iPad nano and iPod shuffle brands earlier this year. Now that the sixth-generation iPod nano is formally obsolete, Apple is not obligated to provide support except in California where state law requires extended coverage.

The sixth-gem iPod nano was originally released in September of 2010 and discontinued in 2012. The device featured a new, minimal design and essentially looked like an Apple Watch without the straps.

Apple earlier this year made a handful of Macs and iPhone models obsolete, including select MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, while it also phased out other Macs last year. Prior to that, the company transitioned the iPhone 4, late 2010 13-inch MacBook Air, 3rd-generation AirPort...

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05:00
Rumor: Siri could be activated via sleep/wake button...

If you were worried as to how to activate Siri on a next-gen iPhone, which may or may not feature a physical Home button, you might just be about to hold down the sleep/wake button to trigger the virtual assistant.

The option was allegedly uncovered in source code by Brazilian iOS developer Guilherme Rambo. He didn’t say immediately identify which code, but Rambo was previously responsible for uncovering secrets from leaked Apple HomePod firmware, including the “iPhone 8’s” apparent “SmartCam” feature as well as leaking pictures of the Steve Jobs Theater as it enters its end stages of construction.

It’s rumored that Apple is reportedly having to make major interface adjustments for the “iPhone 8,” implementing new gestures and a “software bar,” as well as replacing Touch ID with 3D facial recognition. The company could conceivably put Siri in the software bar, but there have been no rumors to that effect yet.

Apple is expected to reveal the next-gen iPhone...

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04:30
OtterBox Symmetry for the iPad Pro shines in its...

For the most part I’ve simply used the Smart Keyboard as the “case” for my 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Some cases I’ve tried were too bulky; others had to be removed to attach the Smart Keyboard. That’s changed with the Otterbox Symmetry Series.

Available for both 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, it protects the pricey tablets while allowing their good looks to shine thanks to the case’s slim, crystal clear design. The protective one-piece Symmetry — which is easy to install — offers decent iPad Pro protection thanks to its dual-material construction.

One of my favorite features: a detachable spine allows you to to attach a Smart Keyboard or Smart Cover. No need to remove the case to use the Apple accessories.

Another of my favorite features: the Symmetry sports an Apple Pencil Holder the secures the stylus … er, pencil … right to the case...

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04:28
Consumers not yet aware of radical nature of iPhone...

It’s sometimes easy to forget that people like us, who follow Apple news closely, are quite different to the typical iPhone buyer. While we may have a pretty solid idea what we’re expecting from the iPhone 8/Edition, the average consumer doesn’t, says Piper Jaffray.

A survey of iPhone owners found that current interest in upgrading is only slightly higher than it was at the same time last year …

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04:00
So, Apple, when are we going to see some info about...

Since Apple has apparently lost interest in its AppleScript and Automator scripting solutions — almost a year ago, Sal Soghoian’s position as product manager of Automation Technologies at Apple was terminated, after nearly 20 years at the company — it’s about time to offer some details on when/if Workflow will come to the Mac. 

Workflow is a “personal automation tool” for iOS tool that lets you hook together apps and functions within apps in strings of commands to automate tasks. Apple loves to share features between its various operating systems, so it seems logical (to me) that Workflow is destined to become a personal automation tool for Macs, as well.

It would be cool to get some of the more complicated workflows from iOS simply synced to macOS. Whether Workflow is coming to the Mac or not, it’s time for Apple to clue us in on its scripting...

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03:59
Pixelmator Pro coming this fall with new single...

Pixelmator have today announced their next app, Pixelmator Pro for Mac, which will launch later this year. Pixelmator Pro adds major new photo editing features in a new single window user interface.

The app is built from the ground up to enable non-destructive editing, new effect layers, a new painting system with realistic brushes, and a lot more.

more…

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03:54
Apple reportedly ordering >12MP camera modules...

While all eyes are on the iPhone 8/Edition due to be announced next week, Apple is of course already working on next year’s models. A supply-chain report hints at one new feature: a camera offering more than 12MP resolution …

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03:30
The 10 iPhone and iPad games you need to play from...

August's iOS games

Image by TinyTouchTales

With loads of new games flooding the App Store each and every week, it’s hard to keep track of fresh releases—and especially tricky to try and find the good ones in the mix. Luckily, we keep close tabs on the latest and greatest iPhone and iPad games, week in and week out, and we’re happy to point out the biggest and brightest debuts from the last month. 

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03:16
Purported OLED iPhone 8 SIM trays surface, once...

The new iPhone is going to be announced in a week’s time. In the runup to launch, we keep seeing new part leaks for various components and today is no exception. Benjamin Geskin has shared photos of the alleged iPhone 8 SIM trays.

Following previous rumors, Apple appears to be changing up the color lineup slightly for the 2017 iPhones as the SIM tray appears to be a different shade of gold than what Apple currently offers with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

more…

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03:00
Apple’s Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones get a W1...

Apple has updated its $350 Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones, adding a W1 chip for simple pairing, as well as more advanced noise cancelation technology. They’re now available to preorder from Apple, and ship in mid-October. 

They come in shadow gray porcelain rose,  matte black, white, red, and blue. Apple says the Studio 3 Wireless pack Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling (Pure ANC), which continuously pinpoints and blocks external sounds while automatically responding to individual fit and music playback.

As noted by AppleInsider, Apple has also included its "Fast Fuel" technology, allowing 10 minutes of charging to provide three hours of playback. Charging is done via a micro USB cable, not Lightning or USB-C.

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03:00
Apple cancels the annual Apple Music Festival

Apple has confirmed to Music Business Daily that it will no longer be hosting the annual Apple Music Festival at London’s Roundhouse.

Originally known as the iTunes Festival, the event started at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts in 2007, and has seen over 550 artists perform in front of more than half a million fans and tens of millions more online and on-demand. Past performers include Adele, Beck, Coldplay, Elton John, Foo Fighters, Justin Timberlake, Kings of Leon, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Muse, Sir Paul McCartney and many more.

Music Business Daily says the closure of the Apple Music Festival is likely because Apple is concentrating its resources on one-off events like sponsoring Drake’s 32-date Summer Sixteen Tour in 2016 and it support for regular live sessions from its “Up Next” artists. addition to its original content...

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00:05
'Secret of Mana' remake gameplay video...

Less than two weeks since it was announced, Square Enix is offering the first look at gameplay from the Secret of Mana remake. The clip is from the demo unveiled as part of the developer's Pax West showcase, which was captured in a Twitch livestream....

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Monday September 4

20:59
America's longest-orbiting female astronaut has...

After spending 665 days whizzing 254 miles above the surface of Earth aboard the International Space Station, Astronaut Peggy Whitson has successfully reentered the atmosphere and set down safely in Kazakhstan. That's the longest time spent on the IS...

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19:32
Samsung's second dual-camera phone is much more...

Samsung has revealed its second dual-camera phone, and while it's not exactly a budget device, it's definitely more affordable than its first one. The Korean conglomerate's Thai website has officially launched the Galaxy J7+, which has one 13-megapix...

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18:03
Panasonic's GH5 can now shoot widescreen 6K...

When Panasonic first unveiled its 4K powerhouse GH5 camera, it seemed to promise 6K, 30fps video. That only turned out to be a burst mode for stills, but now, Panasonic has actually made good by unveiling a 6K anamorphic, 4,992 x 3,744, 10-bit resolu...

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16:30
What's on TV: 'Destiny 2,' '...

Fall is here, and NFL action is back. Other than football, this week's big releases include a new season of Bojack Horseman, plus Destiny 2 and Knack 2 for gamers. On TV, You're the Worst is back for a new season on FXX, AMC has Fear the Walking Dead...

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16:17
How to integrate iPhone into your strength training...




Strength training may not be well-supported on iPhone or other Apple accessories, but there are a few options out there. We'll run through the three main paths: standard fitness accessories, specialized devices and a purely app-based approach.

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15:54
Nintendo's 'Super Mario Run' vanishes...




Nintendo's Super Mario Run, the Japanese gaming giant's first official foray into mobile content, inexplicably disappeared from the iOS App Store on Monday, leaving the Google Play Store as the title's sole point of distribution.

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15:27
Overwatch’s highest-paid pro lands $150,000 salary...

In case you've been living under a rock, eSports is massive. So big in fact, that even traditional sports leagues (like the NFL) are getting in on the act. Aside from TV networks, soccer clubs, and F1 racing, of course. And, judging by the latest sco...

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15:02
Apple reportedly ends ‘Apple Music Festival’ after...

Coldplay at the 2014 iTunes Festival

Apple is reportedly ending its long-running Apple Music Festival initiative. According to a report from Music Business Worldwide, the company is ending the Apple Music Festival (formerly known as the iTunes Festival) as it looks to rebrand its live concert efforts…

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14:36
Google reveals its most-searched ‘How To’ tips

It's easy to forget how difficult DIY repairs were just a couple of decades ago, considering how easy the internet makes it to fix very specific product problems. (My biggest personal victory was fixing a 50-inch LG plasma display that borked a week...

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14:18
Apple discontinues annual London music festival




Apple's annual UK music festival, most recently rebranded as the Apple Music Festival, is no more. According to a report on Monday, the company said it will no longer host the event that over the past decade has drawn big-name acts to London's Roundhouse theater.

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13:47
Apple ends its annual music festival after 10 years

Apple's London music festival (first the iTunes Festival, later the Apple Music Festival) has practically become a fixture of the entertainment scene since it got started in 2007. Like it or loathe it, though, you're going to have to say goodbye. T...

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13:29
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 4...

Notable software releases this week include Evernote 6.12, Tinderbox 7.2, BusyCal 3.2 and BusyContacts 1.2.1, TextExpander 6.2.2, and Boom 3D 1.1.

 

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13:29
ExtraBITS for 4 September 2017

Between Hurricane Harvey and the pre-Apple event tech news vacuum, we have only one ExtraBIT for you this week: Amazon Echo devices now support multi-room audio.

 

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13:02
Putin says the country that perfects AI will be...

Forget the arms race or space race -- the new battle for technological dominance revolves around AI, according to Vladimir Putin. The Russian President told students at a career guidance forum that the "future belongs to artificial intelligence," an...

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12:33
Galaxy Note 8 and Xperia XZ1 are the latest to...

The incredibly short list of mobile devices that can play Netflix in HDR has grown just a bit longer. If you tend to watch shows on the service while on the go and want to see the best possible pictures on screen, you can now add Samsung's Galaxy Not...

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12:00
Fitness wearables will live or die by their apps

This week at IFA, some of the biggest players in wearables launched their latest smartwatches. From Fitbit's debut Ionic to Samsung's Gear Sport, these fitness-focused watches also run the companies' own proprietary platforms, each offering their own...

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11:33
Has Google Become a National Threat?


The idea that Google might be becoming a national threat is what struck me when I read a recent column by a law professor making a compelling argument that Google has reached a point where it no longer allows dissent outside the company. Given the recent firing of a Google engineer, that may be true inside the firm as well. Apparently, Google has been funding an organization that is set up to fight monopolies, but when that organization called it out, Google allegedly orchestrated the termination of the group.

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11:30
Play spot the difference with ASUS' ROG Strix...

Gamers are a broad and diverse community, and treating them all as the single customer with a single set of needs isn't very smart. It's why ASUS is trying to break the one-size-fits all mould with its ROG Strix edition laptops that it initially show...

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11:19
Apple launches $350 Beats Studio 3 Wireless...




Apple on Monday updated its top-of-the-line Beats Studio headphones, giving them the W1 chip for simple pairing, and also adding more advanced noise cancelation technology.

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11:18
Apple releases new Beats Studio 3 headphones...

Apple has added a new addition to its W1 lineup, the Beats Studio 3 over-ear headphones ($349). The new models utilize the W1 chip for automatic pairing to iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch as well as boasting up to 40 hour battery life. These look very much like Beats’ answer to the Bose QC35 headphones.

The other flagship new addition for the Studio 3 series is adaptive noise cancelling. The headphones listen dynamically to the surrounding environment and algorithmically adjust the intensity of noise cancellation. With noise canceling enabled, battery life drops to a (still impressive) 22 hours.

more…

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11:00
Beats' Studio3 headphones pack improved...

It has been a while since Beats updated the top-end Studio line of headphones. In fact, the most recent model, Studio Wireless, debuted in 2013. Well, until now. Today, Beats is introducing the Studio3 Wireless, the latest high-end headphones for the...

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10:41
Apple's eGPU work in High Sierra is impressive...




Looking at late betas of Apple's eGPU support in High Sierra, Apple has come a long way, and has made some of the technology changes and fixes that it needs for widest possible adoption -- but it's not quite there yet for the entirety of the Mac user base.

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10:30
Owner of YouTube ripping site settles lawsuit with...

Last year, record labels took the popular YouTube-ripping site YouTube-mp3.org to court seeking the pirating website's permanent shutdown and $150,000 per violation. Well, the labels, helmed by the RIAA, have, as of today, won with recent court filin...

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10:28
The Tech Community’s Response to Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has devastated Houston. Here are some of the ways Apple and the tech community are helping those who have been affected.

 

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10:17
Apple's Siri instrumental in rescue of sick...




A pair of calls to the U.S. Coast Guard through Apple's Siri ultimately resulted in the rescue of a critically ill teenager in Texas, after the flooding encroached upon her home and forced the family to the roof.

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10:10
iOS 11: How to use the one handed keyboard

Another small feature in iOS 11 that will prove useful for a lot of users is the new option for one handed keyboards. Follow along for how to easily switch between the standard and one handed keyboards and also change the default option.

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10:02
New High Sierra and iOS 11 Books from Take Control

Joe Kissell, Scholle McFarland, and Josh Centers have teamed up for a trio of books about macOS 10.13 High Sierra and iOS 11, and they’re available now so you can get ready before the new operating systems arrive!

 

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10:00
The military’s quest for autonomous drones could...

Self driving cars are only the beginning. Within a couple decades, most anything with wheels, wings, or rotors will be able to operate, not just on its own, but in concert with hundreds or thousands of similarly self-guided vehicles around it. This w...

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09:58
We're on a Labor Day break today...

Howdy, Apple World Today readers! Just in case you haven't noticed the scarcity of content on the site already this morning, I'm here to let you know that we'll have a minimum number of posts due to the American Labor Day holiday. 

There will not be an AWT News Update podcast today; we'll be back tomorrow.

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09:48
The New York Times failed attempt to lambast Apple

I read this article this morning from The New York Times about how Apple wasn’t creating working class jobs in the U.S. Then I got to the end of the article and there was a correction:

An earlier version of this article misstated a difference between Apple today and Kodak decades ago. Apple, like Kodak, has created tens of thousands of working-class jobs; it has not failed to do so.

So they admit in the correction that Apple did create tens of thousands of working-class jobs, which fundamentally undermines what they were trying to say throughout the entire article.

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09:16
Siri saves sick girl from Harvey floodwaters

Stranded outside in the rising waters of Hurricane Harvey, feverish and in great pain, 14-year-old Tyler Frank tried desperately to think of ways to get herself and her family to safety.

Calling 911 didn’t work. Begging for help on Facebook and Instagram failed, too.
“I was like, ‘Siri’s smart enough! Let me ask her!’ ” Tyler said.

And indeed, Siri was smart enough. With one inquiry to the Apple personal assistant — “Siri, call the Coast Guard” — Tyler got her whole family rescued after two days out in the storm.

I don’t even know what to say. Wow.

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09:00
The smart kitchen revolution is a slow one

Of all the spaces in our homes, the kitchen is the one that has seen the least change in the last few years. Sure, that countertop CD player has given way to an Echo, but you've probably not invested in a smartphone-controlled oven or DRM-enabled jui...

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08:50
Apple shifts responsibility for Siri from Eddy Cue...

Apple Inc has transferred responsibility for Siri, its voice assistant, from content chief Eddy Cue to operating systems chief Craig Federighi, a sign that the company is looking to embed the voice assistant more deeply into its core systems amid rising competition from Alphabet Inc’s Google and Amazon.com Inc.

This makes perfect sense.

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08:33
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro $1,...

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08:12
Stanford toughens up cheap solar cells by mimicking...

While silicon solar panels are already providing electricity for a lot of homes and buildings, it doesn't mean researchers have stopped looking for better and cheaper alternatives. Case in point, a team of Stanford scientists working to make a cheape...

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08:05
Apple pulls ProTube from App Store following...




Despite it being available for nearly three years, Apple has removed a popular alternative YouTube client -- ProTube -- from the App Store, allegedly bowing to pressure by Google.

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07:42
Readers report Apple unofficially offering free...

Readers in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey are reporting that in at least some cases Apple is offering free repairs to water-damaged devices, as well as those which suffered impact damage during the evacuation. Neither type of damage would normally be covered under warranty.

We’ve reached out to Apple, but at present there does not seem to be any company-wide policy in effect, so it seems that this is being done on a case-by-case basis by individual stores – though likely with corporate endorsement …

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07:33
South Korean court rejects Qualcomm request to...




In a move likely to aid Apple, a South Korean court has turned down a Qualcomm motion to suspend a December order by the Korea Fair Trade Commission, which leveled a $912.34 million fine against the chipmaker and directed it to fix how it handles patent licensing and chip sales.

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07:02
Leaked Apple warranty guide shows what it will and...

It's pretty tough for individuals and even third-party shops to repair Apple products, and often hard to predict whether Apple itself will repair, decline to fix or replace a busted iPhone. However, Business Insider has unearthed a 22-page "Visual/Me...

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06:41
Almost 2/3rds of Americans now use a VPN, leading...

An international cybersecurity awareness survey found that 65% of Americans now use a virtual private network (VPN) on either work devices, personal ones or both …

(want to try a VPN? Specials.9to5Toys.com has a wide selection starting from Free Trials to lifetime plans.)

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06:22
Daimler and Via to launch ride-sharing shuttle...

Minivans, while not the most exciting form of transportation, could have a role to play in society's shift away from car ownership. Daimler, the company behind Mercedes-Benz, is teaming up with Via to launch a new ride-sharing service across Europe....

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06:17
Drone Diary: new iPad, new firmware, and some new...

When I finally gave in and bought a drone, the DJI Mavic Pro sold itself to me primarily on its portability. This was the first drone on the market that combined the ability to shoot high-quality footage with a form-factor that made it sufficiently portable for handbaggage-only travel.

I used it on weekend trips to both France and Portugal, as seen in my original review video. Sadly, it didn’t get to accompany me on a holiday in Havana. Doing a little research found that the Cuban government takes a dim view of anyone flying drones anywhere around the capital of Havana, where we were staying, so I had to leave it at home.

I have, though, found a couple of unexpected uses for it which I’...

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06:03
Walter Becker, Steely Dan guitarist, arranger,...

I was on a long drive from upstate New York when I heard the news. Walter Becker was dead. Damn.

Hard to explain just how important Steely Dan was to me. They were the first band I ever loved deep down in my musical bones.

Click through to the main Loop post for my appreciation, and a bit of shared music.

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06:00
Filmora video editing software and assets for Mac:...

To be brutally honest with our readers, iMovie is a fairly ho-hum video editor and Final Cut Pro X has more features than most people need. That's why Filmora -- a C|NET top-rated video editing package -- is gaining popularity with Mac users. We've got a tremendous deal on Filmora and a pack of educational assets right now; $49 for a lifetime license to Filmora.

What do we mean by a lifetime license? You'll spend just $49 for all minor and major updates to the app for as long as it's around! What can you do with Filmora?

  • Transform your videos w/ a variety of filters & graphic overlays
  • Communicate using a huge selection of titles, openers, & lower thirds
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05:55
Prolific leaker claims 'iPhone 8' will...




One of the more visible sources of "iPhone 8" rumors has chimed in on the price of the device, claiming that a 64-gigabyte configuration will cost $999 -- with the rumored 512-gigabyte version retailing for $1,199.

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05:02
Behold the cameras destroyed by the solar eclipse

The eclipse came and went amidst a media hullabaloo. Much of the coverage focussed on where and how you could watch the event. And, almost every report carried a word of warning: Protect your eyes. Trump didn't listen, but most others did. Photograph...

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05:00
Steve Jobs Theater construction photos leaked

If you’re hankering to see what the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple campus looks like but don’t know when you’ll be invited/get to take a tour/have a chance to pass by, you might like this.

iOS developer Guilherme Rambo has posted several nifty pictures of the site under construction. The theater itself looks pretty breathtaking as they put on the finishing touches.

A picture’s worth a thousand words, so please take a look and let us know what you think in the comments.

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04:52
Taiwanese sources illustrate likely depth of impact...

With the iPhone 8 (or Edition) expected to generate record sales for Apple, it’s obvious that iPhone assemblers like Foxconn will benefit, alongside major suppliers like Samsung Display, which is making the OLED panels.

But Taiwanese sources provide an illustration of just how far that benefit reaches into the upstream supply chain …

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04:04
Latest Telegram update adds new sticker features and...

Popular messaging app Telegram received an update over the weekend that adds a couple of new sticker features, and provides an easy way to ensure you don’t miss any replies or mentions in group chats …

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23:24
VR throwback 'Duck Season' arrives...

Stress Level Zero's Duck Season caught our eye for a number of reasons. It's not just a VR callback to the NES hit Duck Hunt, it's a broader celebration of '80s culture... with a horror twist, to boot. And now, you'll get to see whether or not it's...

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20:59
Jaguar's steering wheel of the future revolves...

The steering wheel as we know it doesn't have a bright future -- in fact, it might disappear altogether as self-driving cars hit the road. Jaguar Land Rover, however, has an idea as to how it might survive. The British automaker has unveiled a conc...

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19:29
The reborn Lily drone isn't what you were...

To say that Lily drone backers were disappointed would be an understatement. They were promised a cutting-edge machine only to watch the $34 million crowdfunding campaign go up in flames, and only some contributors have received their funds so far. H...

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17:33
Here's how Xbox One games will handle mouse and...

Microsoft has been promising mouse and keyboard support on the Xbox One for ages, but it's finally getting close. As part of a PAX West panel, the company's Mike Ybarra revealed that the first Xbox One games to support these peripherals are coming "s...

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17:09
Evernote 6.12

Makes improvements to tables, enhances multitasking, and adds a new image gallery. (Free update, 55.1 MB)

 

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16:02
Reddit turns off access to its main source code

Reddit has made its website source code available since 2008 in a bid to keep the community alive no matter what, but it's having a change of heart now that it's older and larger. The company has announced that it's turning off access to a monolithi...

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15:19
Is Apple Copying Palm's WebOS?

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Salon: Released in 2009 by Palm -- the same company that popularized the PDA in the 1990s -- WebOS pioneered a number of innovations, including multiple synchronized calendars, unified social media and contact management, curved displays, wireless charging, integrated text and Web messaging, and unintrusive notifications [that have all been copied by the mobile operating systems that defeated it on the marketplace]. The operating system, built on top of a Linux kernel, was also legendary for how easily it could be upgraded by users with programming skills. WebOS was also special in that it used native internet technologies like JavaScript for local applications. That was a huge part of why it was able to do so much integration with Web services, something its competitors at the time simply couldn't match. Apple's upcoming iOS 11 once again demonstrates how far ahead of its time WebOS really was. The yet-to-be-released Apple mobile system has...

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14:31
Honda sets aside $605 million to settle Takata...

The Takata airbag scandal affected several companies, but Honda felt its impact the most. Now, the Japanese automaker has agreed to a $605 million settlement to pay for buyers' claims related to the deadly airbags in the US. The money Honda set aside...

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13:53
Tim Cook tweets support for Apple's 250 '...




Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to Twitter to continue spreading his message of support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DECA) program, posting that he stands with the 250 "Dreamers" employed by the company who are able to work for Apple via the immigration initiative.

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13:11
Tim Cook expresses support for the ‘Dreamers’ at...

Tim Cook this afternoon took to Twitter to express his support for the Dreamers that work alongside him at Apple. The company, according to Cook, employs some 250 Dreamers – children of undocumented immigrants who have lived in the United States for a significant amount of time.

Cook’s tweet comes after reports emerged claiming that President Trump was considering ending the Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which allows for Dreamers who are registered with the Federal government to stay in the United States.

In his tweet, Cook said that he stands with the Dreamers at Apple and that “they deserve our respect as equals.” Furthermore, the Apple CEO said that a solution for DACA should be one that is “rooted in American values.”

250 of my Apple coworkers are #Dreamers. I stand with them. They deserve our respect as equals and a solution rooted in American values.

Earlier this week,...

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13:06
Hands On: Lucidchart online service for macOS and...




Lucidchart brings rapid diagrams and flowcharts to Mac and iOS, in an interface that should feel very comfortable to old-time Mac users familiar with the classic MacDraw II or Microsoft Vizio.

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13:04
Huawei Unveils AI Mobile Chipset Said To Rival A11...

On Saturday, Chinese mobile maker Huawei unveiled its first artificial intelligence smartphone chipset, which it hopes will lure customers away from Apple's upcoming range of new iPhones and towards the Asian company's "most powerful handset yet," the Mate 10, which is set to debut next month. Mac Rumors reports: Huawei touted the Kirin 970 AI mobile chipset's built-in "neural processing unit" at the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, claiming that the technology is "20 times faster" than a traditional processor. The world's third largest smartphone maker claimed that mobile devices powered by the Kirin 970 will be able to "truly know and understand their users," by supporting real-time image recognition, voice interaction, and intelligent photography with ease. According to Nikkei, the Kirin 970 integrates 5.5 billion transistors in a single square centimeter about the size of a thumbnail, which includes an octa-core central processing unit, a 12-core graphics...

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13:02
The LG V30 is better for video recording than...

LG has made a name for its V series by stuffing the phones with top-notch multimedia recording features, and its latest addition takes this much further than before. The new V30, unveiled here at IFA 2017, is the first smartphone to offer a glass len...

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