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Tuesday August 2

04:40
Pokémon Go hits 100M downloads, earns $10M/day, as...

There seems no end to Pokémon Go mania as App Annie notes that the app has now hit 100M downloads and is still earning a cool $10M a day some three weeks after launch.

Apple had previously said that the app had set a new record for launch week downloads, but had not revealed the number – though one analyst estimated that the game could be worth as much as $3B to Apple over a 1-2 year timeframe. Interestingly, that success doesn’t appear to be at the expense of other games, as overall revenues across all games saw dropped only briefly.

Pokémon Go has not had a sustained and meaningful impact on...

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04:30
Coloud headphones: No. 8 vs. No. 16

If you want a quality pair of headphones but aren’t willing to shell out mad cash for sound quality that is only noticeably better for studio engineers . . . yeah, I said what everyone is thinking …. then Coloud’s No. 8 and No. 16 headphones could be a great option for you.

Both pair of headphones sport a user friendly, built-in mic and remote. I did find it useful to read the instructions on how to use the button remote to get the most benefit from it. Below you will find a screen grab from Coloud’s website showing how to get to most out of this feature.

Another great feature both headphones share is the unique tangle-free system (pictured below). The flat cable, paired with the ZoundLasso, create an easy-to-store, tangle-free convenience. However, I feel this is one of those unnecessary features that is just there for bragging rights when, in reality, no one really uses it. Or maybe that’s just me. 

The last similarity is my favorite and the best feature that...

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04:18
The first 8K satellite TV broadcasts are live in...

Just as we were getting used to Ultra HD 4K, Japan's NHK has kicked off its Super Hi-Vision broadcast tests, sending out 4K and 8K video via satellite. Unfortunately, there's no way to watch the super high res feeds and 22.2 channel sound at home --...

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04:12
Logitech brings its Create keyboard case to the 9.7-...

When the 12.9-inch iPad Pro was unveiled last September, Logitech announced its Create keyboard case the same day. The USP of the keyboard is that it uses the Smart Connector for both power and data connections, so the keyboard doesn’t ever need to be charged and you avoid the delay you get with Bluetooth pairing.

The company took rather longer to support the smaller iPad Pro, but now has a Create keyboard available for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro …

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04:00
Canalys: ‘detachables’ such as the iPad Pro hold...

As we reported yesterday, the worldwide tablet market fell an additional 16% in the second quarter of 2016, as shipments dropped to their lowest point in three years. 

Thirty-five million tablets shipped in the quarter, as Apple managed to increase its share to 28% at the top of the market. Samsung continues to occupy the second spot, shipping almost six million units for a 16% share of the market. 

That’s the bad news. The good news is that the “detachables” segment indicate a slightly brighter future for tablet vendors, according to the Canalys research group.

“Microsoft’s Surface Pro and the iPad Pro have confirmed that there is a growing demand for detachable tablets in...

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03:30
Where are all the Pokémon? How to find the rarest of...

Now that Niantic has removed in-game tracking and PokéVision has voluntarily shut down, you may be wondering exactly how you’re going to become a Pokémon master.

Luckily, you don’t need internal or external tracking to complete your Pokédex (though it was certainly a nice feature). All you need is some Pokémon knowledge and the willingness to explore your city (and perhaps the world), and you’ll be able to catch ‘em all. Here are some tips on finding the Pokémon of your dreams—happy hunting!

Know your limits

All 151 original Pokémon (150 plus Mew) will eventually appear in Pokémon Go. But as of now, six Pokémon—Ditto, Articuno, Zapdos, Motres, Mewtwo, and Mew—cannot be found in the wild. There’s no word on when these legendary Pokémon (and Ditto) will appear in the game, but we can speculate that Niantic has...

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03:17
San Francisco is testing an algorithm that sets bail

The San Francisco justice system has apparently been testing out an algorithm that can make release recommendations and compute for a bail amount based on several factors. In particular, it looks at defendants' pending charges, age and how frequently...

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03:00
How to watch the Olympics without paying for cable TV

A cord-cutter's guide to the 2016 games in Rio.

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01:02
'Pokémon Go' makers explain why they...

Gotta catch 'em all. It's the itch you just can't stop scratching -- and one where a wave of unofficial Pokémon Go apps and web-based maps helped clue you in on exactly where those Jynx were hiding. Unfortunately, alongside an app update last...

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00:15
Logitech's powerful Create keyboard is now...

In 2015, Logitech released a laptop-level keyboard for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Now, you can get that same productivity from your smaller Pro model.

On Tuesday, Logitech launched the Create keyboard case for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Just like Apple’s own Smart Keyboard, Logitech’s Create cases were designed to work exclusively with the iPad Pro’s Smart Connector. This allows iPad Pro users to bypass the need to charge their Create case or pair it using Bluetooth—you just hook it up, and it instantly works.

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00:08
Logitech debuts Create Backlit Keyboard Case for 9.7...

Accessories manufacturer Logitech on Tuesday introduced a 9.7-inch version of its Create Backlit Keyboard Case for iPad Pro, which like its bigger 12.9-inch sibling features folio-style tablet protection, a full-size keyboard and support for Apple's Smart Connector.

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Monday August 1

23:27
Virgin Galactic gets its spaceship license

Virgin Galactic is one step closer to making us all space tourists: it just received its operator license from the US Federal Aviation Administration's Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA-AST). To get the paperwork, which allows Virgin Gal...

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21:56
Theranos intros new 'fingerprick' testing...

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has introduced a 95-pound testing device called "miniLab" at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry meeting in Philadelphia. The controversial blood testing company, which promised results with just a finger...

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20:42
John Cleese’s YouTube channel

I can’t subscribe to this fast enough.

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20:38
New Apple TV Remote app turns your iPhone into a...

I hate the new Apple TV physical remote so much I can’t wait to try this one out.

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20:29
Uber has served 100 million trips in New York City

As Uber strikes million-dollar deals in China, it's also celebrating a milestone in one of the first places it established itself: New York. The company has announced that it's now delivered 100 million trips to users in the city, which explains why...

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20:01
Watch the Olympics in 4K Ultra HD on Comcast,...

The 2016 Summer Olympic Games are almost here, and despite the issues present in Rio, watching from home should be better than ever. If you're in need of something else to display on your brand new Ultra HD television then we have good news -- NBC wi...

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18:53
Google's 2016 Nexus phones could feature a new...

While we've had early looks at Android Nougat for months, it appears Google may be saving other software tweaks for its next Nexus devices. Android Police has screenshots that it says show "in progress" evidence of the new software, with a replacemen...

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18:08
'Pokémon Go' hits 100 million downloads

Pokémon Go is still going strong, despite privacy scares and feature bugs. According to a report by App Annie, it has now been installed over 100 million times, up 25 million from late July. While that number is from an analyst report and the...

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18:00
Judge wipes out patent troll’s $625M verdict against...

(credit: Erik Mörner)

A patent-holding company that won a huge court victory against Apple had its victory wiped out today, and its stock plunged by more than 40 percent.

Nevada-based VirnetX won a jury trial against Apple earlier this year. An East Texas jury ruled that Apple must pay $625.6 million to VirnetX for infringing four patents. The patents are said to cover Apple's VPN on-demand feature, as well as FaceTime.

US District Judge Robert Schroeder, who oversaw the trial, published an order (PDF) on Friday that vacates the verdict and orders a new trial to begin in September.

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17:59
Windows 10 Is About to Get More Secure, Easier to Use


Microsoft is poised to roll out its Windows 10 Anniversary Update on Tuesday. The free update includes two security innovations for individual customers: Windows Hello for apps and websites; and Windows Defender. Enterprises will get Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, which detects, investigates and responds to advanced malicious attacks on networks; and Windows Information Protection, or WIP. Microsoft "has done a very creditable and admirable job of paying attention to security," said tech analyst Laura DiDio.

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17:52
[Sponsor] MacUpdate’s Summer Mac App Bundle Is Here...

We’ve launched our Summer Mac App Bundle with brand new releases of Toast 15 Titanium, Folx 5 Pro, Myriad 4 and free upgrades for the soon-to-be-released WALTR 2 and Disk Drill Pro 3.

This bundle has everything the Mac user needs to stay focused, be productive, run a business and get creative. Enhance your media with Toast Titanium, Myriad and WALTR. And for the visual artist we’ve included Corel Aftershot and Next Flipbook Maker. Indulge the geek with Disk Drill Pro, iStat Menus, DaisyDisk and Folx Pro. Analyze spending habits with MacUpdate’s favorite budget management tool, MoneyWiz.

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17:35
Former Apple PR exec Natalie Kerris leaving new gig...

Over a year ago, longtime Apple senior public relations executive Natalie Kerris left the company. Kerris worked at Apple for 14 years and was responsible for the company’s PR during several crucial eras, including the launch of the iPhone. While Kerris didn’t initially specify what she would do after Apple, it was announced in February of this year that she was joining Twitter to lead its communications department. Now, BuzzFeed News reports that Kerris is leaving Twitter after less than 6 months.

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17:30
New Apple ad touts iPad Pro as a computer replacement

I love it! A new Apple ad released today shows how the iPad Pro can be used to do many of the same things as a "real computer," which is my personal belief and the reason I use the big tablet as my "laptop" of choice: 

The ad, titled "What's a computer?", shows the iPad Pro being used with hands and fingers, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard with a variety of productivity apps from Microsoft Word to what appears to be a note-taking app. Ending with the tag line "Imagine what your computer could do if your computer was an iPad Pro," the 30-second video shows just how many of the usual "computer" functions can be performed with ease on the powerful tablet. 

Members of a pair of Apple user groups -- Washington DC's Apple Pi and Denver's Macintech -- already know how I feel about the iPad Pro as my laptop replacement through a presentation I've made to them. It's nice to see that Apple agrees that the iPad Pro IS a computer. 

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17:13
What's on your HDTV: Summer Olympics, NFL...

It's time for the 2016 Summer Olympics, broadcast live from Rio (in HD, Ultra HD 4K with HDR and VR!), so you know what I'm watching this week. The tape-delayed Opening Ceremony kicks things off Friday night, but all the sports will be broadcast or s...

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16:33
IBM's new virus filter could lead to home...

The best way to treat any disease, beyond avoiding getting sick in the first place, is to catch it early. You can always go to the hospital and have expensive tests run, but we can do better: New research from IBM could lead to lab-on-a-chip virus de...

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16:21
Apple touts Japanese job creation, boost to nation...

Apple Japan published a special informational page to its regional website on Monday detailing how the company's various hardware, software and services businesses have positively impacted the Asian nation in 2015.

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16:20
Apple Replaces The Pistol Emoji With A Water Gun

Apple has a announced a number of new emoji changes on Monday, but the most controversial new change is that the pistol emoji will be replaced with a green water gun emoji in the company's upcoming iOS 10 operating system: The water gun swap is not Apple's first foray into cartoon gun control. Earlier this year the governing body in charge of emojis nixed a proposed rifle emoji. It was one of a number of possible new additions, but Unicode Consortium members Apple and Microsoft argued against the Olympics-inspired gun, according to Buzzfeed. Last year, an organization called New Yorkers Against Gun Violence started a campaign to get Apple to replace its version of the pistol emoji. It launched a site, disarmtheiphone.com, and sent an open letter to remove the firearm emoji "as a symbolic gesture to limit gun accessibility." As it stands, Microsoft is the only major software company to use a toy gun emoji instead of a pistol emoji in Windows -- Google, Samsung, Facebook and Twitter...

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16:14
∞ The Dalrymple Report: With special guest Christina...

The singular Christina Warren joins Jim to talk about the Apple earnings call, analyst expectations, and the future of streaming music.

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16:05
Apple makes a really good ad for Microsoft’s Surface...

Apple has a new 30-second ad out for the iPad Pro. The tablet, which it explicitly and repeatedly calls a "computer," has "a keyboard that can just get out of the way" and "a screen you can touch and even write on." Apple stops just short of calling the iPad "a tablet that can replace your laptop," but if you lift the voiceover verbatim (the iPad Pro is mentioned by name in the text but not in the voiceover) and play it over footage of a Surface Pro 4, you have a pretty good ad for a Microsoft product.

Stretching the traditional definition of "computer" has always been part of the pitch for the iPad Pro. Apple CEO Tim Cook calls the iPad Pro "...

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16:05
BMW begins Apple CarPlay support with paid upgrades...

Long a holdout, BMW this week finally launched support for Apple's CarPlay by offering the technology as an upgrade option for 2 Series cars.

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16:03
Hands-on: New iOS 10 beta 4 features + changes [...

iOS 10 beta 4 was released earlier today, and while there are fewer new features as we get closer to the final release, there are some notable additions and changes. more…

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15:58
Washington state sues Comcast over its '...

Comcast doesn't have a stellar reputation for delivering what you pay for, and Washington state is taking the cable giant to task for that shoddy service... if not quite in the way you expect. It just filed a lawsuit against Comcast demanding more t...

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15:51
Uber Sees the Cartography on the Wall


With an eye on its future, Uber last week announced it was increasing its investment in mapping. "The ongoing need for maps tailored to the Uber experience is why we're doubling down on our investment in mapping," said Brian McClendon, Uber's vice president of advanced technologies. McClendon didn't reveal how much Uber will invest in its mapping initiative, but news reports have pegged the figure at $500 million. Uber began putting mapping cars on the road last year, and this summer it expanded the program to Mexico.

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15:40
Apple drops the gun emoji for a friendlier water...

The news is awash in the shootings of police officers and unarmed black men, and individuals opening fire in nightclubs and public party events. In an effort to stop promoting gun violence, Apple is replacing its gun emoji with a friendlier-looking w...

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15:40
AWT News Update: August 1, 2016

It's the first day of August, and we have some fun and interesting Apple news for your listening pleasure:

  • iOS 10 beta 4 is now available for developers, and there are a lot of new emoji available
  • Looking for a job in the Bay Area that has decent pay and good benefits? Drive a shuttle bus for Apple and you'll get all sorts of union bennies.
  • A new website provides an online listing of every known Siri command
  • Join Team AWT this month and be eligible to win a Drobo 5Dt RAID array and five 2 TB drives!

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below.

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Hi, this is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for August 1, 2016.

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15:17
Frank Ocean's long-awaited album is an Apple...

Fans of Frank Ocean have been waiting for the singer's followup album for years, and according to the New York Times, it is finally coming this week -- if you have Apple Music. Following the likes of Drake and Future, the release will be a timed excl...

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15:09
Apple’s new iPad Pro ad positions the device as a...

Apple today has shared a new advertisement on its YouTube channel for the iPad Pro. The ad positions the iPad Pro as a true replacement for a computer and is entitled, “iPad Pro – What’s a Computer?”

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15:05
Apple's latest iPad Pro ad asks, 'What...

In a continued push to position iPad Pro as a full-fledged laptop replacement, Apple on Monday released a short TV ad touting the tablet's benefits over traditional portable machines.

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14:56
∞ Apple’s new ad: iPad Pro — What’s a Computer?

I like it.

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14:53
Frank Ocean’s new album coming exclusively to Apple...

Apple has just scored another major exclusive for its music streaming service. According to The New York Times, the long-awaited new album from Frank Ocean will premier exclusively on Apple Music this Friday, August 5th. Additionally, the release will also include a “major video,” as well as a printed publication that will be available in Apple retail locations.

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14:52
Frank Ocean's new album to see release Friday...

Popular R&B singer Frank Ocean's hotly anticipated album "Boys Don't Cry" is reportedly set to release this Friday exclusively on Apple Music, the latest high-profile win for Apple's streaming service.

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14:50
Apple TV's new iPhone remote control app talks...

As promised, you no longer need to use the new Apple TV's standard remote control to take advantage of all the media hub's features. Apple has released a brand new Apple TV Remote app that drags its iOS interface into the modern era. You can not on...

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14:23
Notable apps and app updates for Aug. 1, 2016

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

Beginning today for a limited time, guests will receive a mobile offer for a free regular 4-oz scoop of their favorite Baskin-Robbins ice cream flavor when they download the new BR app. The app is free and has a variety of interactive features, such as access to deals and coupons, info on promotions/events, and more.

DineSafe is a new, free app for those who have food allergies and other dietary restrictions. It allows users to find “allergy friendly” restaurants.

tvOS Apps/Updates for the Apple

Magnin...

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14:20
The Impossible Burger is a lab-made meatless treat...

Every October, two vegetarian friends of mine from Michigan spend a week at my place while they attend New York Comic Con. Because I take my hosting duties very seriously, I always try to find good places for them to eat here in New York. It's not to...

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14:14
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 1...

Notable software releases this week include iTunes 12.4.3, Mellel 3.5.1, Lightroom CC 2015.6.1 and Lightroom 6.6.1, GraphicConverter 10.1, and TextWrangler 5.5.

 

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14:14
ExtraBITS for 1 August 2016

In ExtraBITS this week, your cheap non-Bluetooth wireless keyboard might be betraying your confidence, Apple jumps deeper into the video content game with the CBS series “Carpool Karaoke,” Apple Music video is now included in T-Mobile’s Binge On program, the Wirecutter explains why your device’s battery meter is often wrong, and Adam Engst and Josh Centers join the MacVoices podcast to discuss their latest book, “Take Control of Preview.”

 

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14:06
Apple updates iOS 10 with more than 100 new emojis

More than one hundred new and redesigned emoji characters will be available to iPhone and iPad users this Fall with iOS 10. This exciting update brings more gender options to existing characters, including new female athletes and professionals, adds beautiful redesigns of popular emoji, a new rainbow flag and more family options.

Apple is working closely with the Unicode Consortium to ensure that popular emoji characters reflect the diversity of people everywhere.

Wonderful.

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14:05
CDC warns against visiting a Zika-hit Miami...

Reports of the first active Zika transmissions in the US are leading to some far-reaching precautions in Miami. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning both pregnant women and their partners to steer clear of the city's Wynwood ne...

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13:35
Multitouch is about to get more advanced thanks to...

Multitouch input, as we know it, is mostly for scrolling, rotating plus zooming with two fingers, and you can use more to toggle various actions on supported trackpads. But if you ask Mountain View-based Qeexo, we've only scratched the surface of thi...

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13:30
Apple adds 100 emoji to latest iOS 10 beta, promotes...

Apple's latest iOS 10 developer beta includes more than 100 new emoji for inclusion in chats and messages, with a number of characters having both male and female options available for the first time.

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13:05
New York Governor bans sex offenders from '...

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has forbidden registered sex offenders in his state from downloading and playing Pokémon Go and similar augmented reality games. According to a statement released Monday morning, the Department of Corrections and...

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12:59
FBI director calls for restart of smartphone...

FBI Director James Comey appears ready to relaunch the debate about encryption legislation with tech companies before "something terrible happens," and alters the course of the discussion.

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12:56
Apple launches the Apple TV Remote app for use on an...

Apple has introduced its Apple TV Remote app for iOS devices using iOS 9.3.2 or later. It’s designed to “deliver the best of the Siri Remote.”

With Apple TV Remote, you can control the fourth generation Apple set-top box using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can control the Apple TV with touch gestures a la:

  • Quickly enter text, email addresses, and passwords using the keyboard;
  • Ask Siri to find something great to watch, listen to, or play;
  • Control the movie, TV show, or song that’s currently playing;
  • Play games using the accelerometer and gyroscope;
  • Turn on Game Mode for simplified game controls.

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12:48
Apple releases iTunes 12.4.3 for Mac OS X

Apple has revved iTunes for Mac OS X to version 12.4.3.

The upgrade is available at the Mac App Store under Updates. Apple says that the upgrade resolves an issue where playlist changes made on other devices may not appear on iTunes on your Mac.

An iPad without a Brydge Keyboard is like a car without wheels...

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12:35
TP-Link settles with the FCC over risky WiFi router...

When the FCC said it was cracking down on WiFi routers that can operate at power levels that might cause interference, it wasn't kidding around. TP-Link has agreed to a settlement with the FCC that will have the company both keep its router power le...

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12:33
Apple TV Remote launches on iOS, remains separate...

Apple on Monday publicly launched its new Apple TV Remote app, mimicking the functionality of the Siri Remote used with the company's fourth-generation set-top box. But users who want to control iTunes media on their Mac will still need to use the legacy iTunes Remote app.

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12:22
iTunes 12.4.3 update tackles problems with playlists...

Hot on the heels of new developer betas, Apple on Monday released iTunes 12.4.3, solving a glitch with the way the jukebox software handles playlists.

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12:15
Drobo 5Dt: Enter our giveaway of this fast,...

Drobo 5Dt. Image via Drobo.

Anyone who has been a Mac user for any length of time is familiar with Drobo. The company pioneered fast, easy-to-use, expandable and affordable RAID storage a while back and is still at it, developing ever better versions of its products. Today we're looking at the Drobo 5Dt (US$899.99), a speed-optimized version of the Drobo 5D that features a pair of Thunderbolt 2 ports and an SSD cache for extra speed for the creative professional. We're giving away a Drobo 5Dt and five 2TB HDDs worth $284.95 to one lucky member of Team AWT, so if you're not already a subscriber, now's the time to sign up.

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Unlike some of the network-attached storage solutions sold by Drobo, the Drobo 5Dt is designed for direct connection to a single Mac. For extra speed...

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11:51
Apple releases new ‘Apple TV Remote’ app with Siri...

After first teasing it last December and releasing it in beta at WWDC, Apple’s new ‘Apple TV Remote’ app for the new Apple TV is now available to download from the App Store.

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11:36
Apple shuttlebus drivers vote in favor of first...

More than 30 drivers who ferry Apple employees to work from off-site parking will not only get previously negotiated wage increases, but will be granted health benefits, pension contributions, vacation time, and overtime.

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11:19
Apple updates developer betas of iOS 10 and macOS...

Summer is almost over, fall is coming—and that also means the offical versions of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are coming soon. So it’s no surprise that Apple is releasing more betas of its operating systems, and on Monday the company released new betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra to developers. These new betas are the fourth release, which comes just two weeks after the third beta became available.

These updates are available to developers only. Registered developers can get the iOS 10 beta 4 release using Software Update on their iOS device (Settings > General > Software Update). The macOS Sierra beta 4 update can be downloaded through the Mac App Store or through the Apple Developer Center.

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11:04
iOS 10 beta 4 adds introduction explaining Apple...

Control Center in iOS 10 has an entirely new look and design, adding expanded music controls and quick access to HomeKit accessories. However, the changes may not be readily apparent to new users, which is why Apple has added a quick introductory screen explaining them in the latest beta.

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10:41
Apple iPad grows share of global tablet market...

Apple and its chief rival -- Samsung -- both saw worldwide tablet shipments decline in the June quarter, although Apple managed to increase iPad marketshare in spite of moving fewer units.

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10:41
iOS 10 will include over 100 new emoji, new...

Apple is adding a lot of new emoji in iOS 10 as well as redesigning the most popular icons to a modern style, as seen in iOS 10 beta 4 which just dropped for developers.

iOS 10 includes over 100 new emoji in total with new female gender options for athletes and professionals, new family characters and redesigns of the most popular emojis. Here’s all the new emoji …

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10:33
Pokemon Go updated to 1.1.1

The good news is that Pokemon Go was just updated to version 1.1.1 and includes some bug fixes.

The bad news is that a fair number of people on Reddit think this version marks the beginning of the end times and aren’t happy with it.

Still, that’s kind of par for the course with Reddit.

Either way, Pokemon Go has just hit version 1.1.1 and includes the following fixes and changes:

– Performance improvement in Pokémon details and list screens.

– Correct link for app upgrade.

Pokemon Go requires iOS 8.0 or later to install and run.

And, finally, it’s all a matter of perspective as to how the new version performs. If you’ve tried Pokemon Go 1.1.1 and have any feedback to offer, please let us know in the comments.

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10:32
∞ macOS Sierra beta 4 available

In addition to releasing iOS 10, tvOS, and watchOS beta 4, Apple has also released macOS Sierra beta 4 today. You can download it via the automatic download mechanism if you have Sierra installed. You can also download it from Apple’s developer portal if you are a registered developer.

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10:25
Kagi shuts down

It is with sadness that we announce Kagi has ceased operations as of July 31st, 2016.

Wow, I remember using Kagi to purchase shareware for many years.

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10:18
Judge voids $625.6 million verdict against Apple

A federal judge has thrown out a verdict requiring Apple Inc (AAPL.O) to pay VirnetX Holding Corp (VHC.A) $625.6 million for infringing four patents relating to Internet security technology, causing VirnetX’s share price to plunge.

VirnetX said they are preparing for a retrial.

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10:13
NASA’s stargazing tips for summer skywatching

Summer nights feature dazzling array of stars stretched across the sky, as the arch of the Milky Way stretches up from the south and fills the northern skies. Classic constellations and asterisms like Scorpius, Cygnus, Cassiopeia, the Coma Cluster, Sagittarius and its Teapot, and the Summer Triangle mark the skies with their distinctive patterns catching curious eyes.

I’m becoming more interested in this all the time.

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10:11
Fixing Apple's Problem


Apple last week reported earnings, and with the exception of a strong showing from the iPad Pro, the key financial metrics were all down -- and for the third quarter running. So what's wrong with Apple? The company had been growing alarmingly well until last year, but growth suddenly has become elusive. It isn't going out of business, but it also isn't the performance king anymore. I'll share some thoughts on what happened to Apple and how to fix it -- if it can be fixed.

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10:09
∞ Apple releases fourth beta of iOS 10, watchOS, and...

Apple on Monday released new betas of its iOS 10, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems. They are available through the software update mechanism on the devices or via the developer portal on Apple’s Web site.

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10:05
macOS 10.12 Sierra beta 4 hits the Mac App Store for...

Apple today released the fourth developer preview of macOS Sierra since showing off the software update for the Mac at WWDC 2016. The latest release is available now through the Mac App Store. macOS Sierra’s headlining feature is Siri on the Mac with other features like Auto-Unlock which lets Apple Watch users skip the password login screen. Apple Pay is also coming to Safari with macOS Sierra, although we haven’t seen the feature live on the web yet.

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10:01
Apple releases iOS 10 beta 4 to developer community

It’s not a public beta, but Apple has just released iOS 10 beta 4 to the developer community.

The new beta, which weighs in as a 456.6 megabyte download, contains bug fixes and improvements, albeit specific changes have yet to be announced.

You’ll need an iOS developer account to snag and work with this, but the milestone definitely indicates that Apple is coming further along towards its official iOS 10 release.

If you’ve had a chance to download and play with the new beta, please let us know about your experience in the comments section.

Until then, iOS 10 is reported to be on track for a fall release, complete with a slew of new changes and features for your iOS devices.

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10:01
Apple issues fourth developer betas of iOS 10,...

Apple on Monday provided registered developers with its fourth pre-release betas of iOS 10 for iPhone and iPad. In addition, watchOS 3 beta 4 for Apple Watch and tvOS 10 beta 4 for Apple TV were also released.

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09:49
Apple seeds tvOS 10 beta 4 for Apple TV to developers

Apple has just started seeding out the fourth beta for tvOS 10 today to all current testers and developers. To update, check through the Software Update section on the Apple TV, or grab the Configuration Profile from Apple’s Developer center if you’d like to install it for the first time.

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09:47
Apple releases watchOS 3 beta 4 for Apple Watch to...

Apple has just begun rolling out watchOS 3 beta 4 to developers today. Those looking to grab the new release can head over to the Watch app on their iPhones, select General and then Software Update. watchOS 3 beta 4 is available to download as a Configuration Profile from the Apple developer center for newer users looking to test out the upcoming system. Release notes with new changes are not yet available.

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09:46
Apple issues iOS 10 beta 4 for iPhone, iPad, and...

Apple has released iOS 10 beta 4 for developers to test on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 10 brings a refreshed look to Apple Music and News plus loads of new features to the platform. The software update will be ready for everyone later this fall, and we’ll dig through the fourth developer version of the iOS 10 beta below.

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09:31
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09:22
iTunes 12.4.3

Fixes an issue with playlist syncing. (Free, 233 MB)

 

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09:18
VirnetX's $625M FaceTime lawsuit victory...

A federal judge has tossed out a February ruling requiring Apple to pay patent holding company VirnetX $625.5 million over secure communications patents used in FaceTime and iMessage, and has ordered two complete retrials.

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09:00
X-Doria's Mesh Band gives your Apple Watch...

X-Doria has just released the new Mesh Band ($49.99), a watch band similar to Apple's pricy Milanese Loop in looks but at a quarter of the price.

The Mesh Band comes in two finishes -- charcoal black (at right) and silver -- and fits wrist sizes from 130 to 180mm. As with the Milanese Loop, the Mesh Band uses magnets to hold the band closed on your wrist, and no tools are needed to install the band.

The Mesh Band fits all 42mm Apple Watches and is perfect for those who want the style of the Milanese Loop, a one year warranty, and a lot more money left over in their wallets. We'll have a review of the X-Doria Mesh Band on Apple World Today in the near future.

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08:54
Questionable parts leak revives claims of space...

A pair of photos released over the weekend show an alleged mute button for Apple's upcoming "iPhone 7," possibly reinforcing claims that Apple will offer the device in Space Black, or at least a darker shade of Space Gray.

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08:45
IDC: Apple increases worldwide tablet lead in Q2...

According to the latest data from IDC out today, Apple continued its lead of the worldwide tablet market in Q2 despite a decline in overall sales.

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08:32
Deals: 21" iMac for $899, 27" iMac for $1,...

Shoppers this week can exclusively save $550 on a Late 2013 27" iMac (3.2GHz/8GB/1TB HDD/GT 755M) at B&H. Or snap up a Late 2013 21" iMac (2.7GHz/8GB/1TB HDD) at $400 off with free expedited shipping and no tax outside NY. Apple's 32GB 12.9" iPad Pros are also $100 off.

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08:17
Judge throws out $625 million verdict in VirnetX’s...

Back in February an East Texas court ruled that Apple must pay more than $625 million in damages to VirnetX over patent infringement related to iMessage and FaceTime. The patent case was especially notable for being one of the highest amounts rewarded in history, but the plaintiff in the case wasn’t satisfied and asked for $190 million more in damages four months later. But for now it’s back to the step one for Apple and VirnetX in this case as a federal judge has decided the case must be revisited…

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08:00
Daily Deal: The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course

The beta is here, and before you know it, iOS 10 will be in general release. If you're a developer, you need to know how to take advantage of the many new features of Apple's mobile operating system to give your apps the market edge they need. That's why we're proud to announce Rob Percival's Complete iOS 10 Developer Course is on sale in the AWT Deals Shop for just $25 for a very limited time.  Check out what all this course has to offer, and all of the bonus materials you'll get as well:

  • Access 217 lectures & 30 hours of content 24/7
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08:00
New 'Hey Siri' website indexes successful...

A new website chronicles what users can say to Apple's Siri, and what to expect in return, for iOS 9 as well as the forthcoming iOS 10 and macOS Sierra implementations of the virtual assistant.

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07:41
Philips jumps into iPhone-connected health gear with...

Philips on Monday launched the Personal Health Program, actually a series of tracking accessories that pair with the company's HealthSuite app for iPhone and Android.

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07:35
Apple releases Maps transit information for Prague

It’s not the most groundbreaking development in the world, but if you’re traveling to Prague, this could come in handy.

Apple has expanded its Maps transit directions for the Czech capital of Prague, returning focus to the app’s European users after a stretch of concentrating on the U.S.

Riders visiting Prague can use Maps to navigate the city’s various buses, railways, and tramways. Options include trips to a number of places well outside the city core, such as Kladno.

At present, only a handful of other European cities feature transit coverage through Apple Maps. These cities presently include London and Berlin, though people in the U.K. can travel anywhere that has National Rail service.

Outside of the U.S. and China, there are very few countries with Maps transit...

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07:25
Apple-backed Didi Chuxing will acquire UberChina

China’s Didi Chuxing, in which Apple has invested, has announced a strategic agreement with Uber under which Didi Chuxing will acquire all assets of UberChina--including its brand,business operations and data--for operation within mainland China.  

In exchange for the UberChina assets, Uber will receive 5.89% of the combined company with preferred equity interest that’s equal to a 17.7% economic interest in Didi Chuxing. In addition, Baidu and other Chinese shareholders will receive a 2.3% economic interest in Didi Chuxing. 

Under the agreement, Didi Chuxing will also obtain a minority equity interest in Uber.Cheng Wei, founder and chairman of Didi Chuxing, will join the board of Uber.Travis Kalanick, founder of Uber, will join the board of Didi Chuxing. Additional terms weren’t disclosed. However, with the transaction, Didi Chuxing becomes the only company with common investment from Tencent,  Alibaba and Baidu.

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07:10
Court issues new order in Apple-VirnetX lawsuit

VirnetX, an Internet security software and technology company, says that on July 29, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division, has issued a new order in the company's pending litigation against Apple, vacating its previous order consolidating the two cases and ordering the parties to retry them as separate cases. 

According to the order, Apple I is now scheduled for jury selection on September 26, 2016, unless the parties agree otherwise on an alternative date, and Apple II will now be retried after Apple I. The issue of willfulness in each case has been bifurcated and will be tried separately after each trial.

"We are disappointed by the Court's decision to vacate its prior ruling on consolidation and ordering the parties to retry the cases as two separate matters," said Kendall Larsen, VirnetX CEO and president, in a press release. "We are reviewing all our options and will follow the Court's direction as we start preparing...

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07:03
Amid amusing tales, Apple Store Genius explains how...

I’ve always imagined that working in an Apple Store is one of those jobs where you see it all, and a Thrillist interview with three anonymous staff members confirms that – rather literally.

The stuff that would pop up on people’s computers when we would do a data migration… when the photos imported into iPhoto, it would flash each photo on the screen as it was importing. So. Many. ****. Pics. Some things just can’t be unseen.

Not all of the stories they tell sound quite as credible, but one of them did have a great tip if you’re looking to get a free replacement for a damaged product without AppleCare Plus …

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07:00
The iPad still leads as global tablet market growth...

Worldwide tablet shipments reached 38.7 million in the second quarter of 2016 (2Q16) according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. Growth continues to decline with the market receding 12.3% year-over-year “as vendors begin to refocus their product lines and consumers hold off on purchases,” according to the research group.

Apple's launch of its second detachable — the 9.7-inch iPad Pro — helped lessen its...

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06:33
Apple brings Maps transit coverage to Prague in...

Apple is now offering Maps transit directions for the Czech capital of Prague, returning focus to the app's European users after a stretch of concentrating on the U.S.

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06:28
NetMarketShare: Mac OS X down, iOS up in July

According to the latest market share survey from NetMarketShare, the market share for Mac OS X dipped again in July, while iOS rose a bit.

According to the report, among desktop operating systems, Mac OS X had 7.87% of the global market share in July, down from 8.19% percent in June (that’s global market share; in the US it’s over 13%). April 2016’s 9.2% was an all-time high, according to NetMarketShare’s measurements. Windows remains dominant with 89.79% as of July.

iOS had 27.84% of the mobile operating system market share in July, up from 27.24% in June. This compares to 66.01% for Android, 2.79% for Windows Phone, and 1.44% for Java ME. The all-time high for iOS was in July 2012 with 65.94%.

 

NetMarketShares’ monthly surveys don’t measure market share in terms of computer systems sold. Instead they sample data from visitors to some 40,000 web sites operated by their clients. And note that...

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06:18
Mail's Rules rule and here’s why

You can save tons of time and effort by using the Mail app’s Rules, which let you specify the conditions that trigger an action or actions.

So, for example, a rule can: move messages from your inbox to another mailbox; highlight messages from specific senders; automatically reply to or forward messages; and much more.

To create a rule, choose Mail-->Preferences and then click Rules. If you've never created a rule, you will see a single rule called News From Apple, which was thoughtfully included by the mothership so you wouldn’t have to face a blank window the first time you created a rule. 

Examine the Example Rule

Let’s take a look at this rule by double-clicking it in the list of rules or selecting it and then clicking the Edit button on the right:

 

This sample rule adds a blue background to any message from any of the addresses shown.

  • To add another address, click...
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06:07
The most famous band formed each year since 1951

Pretty Famous:

PrettyFamous, an entertainment research site by Graphiq, found the most famous band formed each year since 1951. To do this, they created a customized Band Score on a scale of 1 to 100 based on a weighted average of a band’s Wikipedia page views in the last 30 days, page views of album releases and total number of Spotify followers.

The bands with the highest Band Score from each year were then ordered into a list starting in 1951 and continuing to 2015. It is important to note that since Wikipedia page views are current, all of these bands have stood the test of time, and remained famous many years after they were formed.

Interesting methodology. Not sure how you’d come up with a better measure of fame without turning straight to sales numbers.

Regardless, I found this pretty interesting. Scroll down to the tool, type in a year, then start clicking the arrow just to the right of the band picture to step through other bands formed in that...

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06:01
Apple invested in China’s Didi Chuxing, Didi just...

Bloomberg:

Didi Chuxing, the dominant ride-hailing service in China, said it will acquire Uber Technologies Inc.’s operations in the country, ending a battle that cost the two companies billions as they competed for customers and drivers.

And:

The truce brings to an end a bruising battle between the two companies for leadership in China’s fast-growing ride-hailing market. Uber has been spending at least $1 billion a year to gain ground in China, while Didi offered its own subsidies to drivers and riders to build its business.

Didi Chuxing and, as an investor, Apple are now in the driver’s seat (sorry) in China.

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05:58
Apple partner Didi Chuxing to buy Uber China for $1...

Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride sharing service that Apple invested $1 billion into, appears to be buying out rival service Uber China for $1 billion plus a promise to invest $1 billion into parent company Uber Global.

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