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Friday June 30

Japan wants to put a man on the moon before China...

Japan's space agency JAXA has submitted an ambitious proposal to the country's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: it wants to fly and put a man on the moon by 2030. The agency is either directly challenging China's plans...

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Apple wins another patent for a head-mounted display

Apple has been granted another patent (number 20170187855) for a head-mounted display. This one involves retaining a portable electronic device — almost certainly an iPhone — with the display.

The invention would allow you to couple and decouple a portable electronic device such as a handheld portable electronic device with a separate head-mounted device, temporarily integrating the separate devices into a single unit). The iPhone may be physically coupled to the head-mounted device such that it can be worn on the user's head. 

The iPhone may be operatively coupled to the head-mounted device such that the portable electronic device and head mounted device can communicate and operate with one another. Each device may be allowed to extend its features and/or services to the other device for the purpose of enhancing, increasing and/or eliminating redundant functions between the head-mounted device and the portable electronic device.

Apple has been granted other...

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Notable apps and app updates for June 30, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Gro Play has launched Grow Forest. Developed for ages 3-9 years, it’s a city builder game and a mini game collection in which children develop a wonderful, healthy forest community and learn about environmental topics in a simple and entertaining way. Grow Forest is free, but does tout in-app purchases.

macOS Apps/Updates

Creaceed has updated Hydra, a macOS tool for HDR image creation, to version 4.1. The upgrade features an improved tone mapper with a new color grading technique.

Hydra is a software that gives human eye perception to...

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The 10 Mac games you need to play from June 2017

June's Mac games

Image by IO Interactive

Have you checked out the Steam Summer Sale? If you’re looking for fresh things to play on your Mac, that should definitely be your first destination, given the insane deals on display. We’ve even picked out the best deals in the bunch.

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The Morning After: Friday, June 30th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

On June's final day, we're checking in with Elon's tunnel project and celebrating the return of 'Sense8.'

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The new iPad Pro A10X chip is the first 10nm TSMC...

Apple’s new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro features the latest iteration in Apple’s processor and GPU design, packaged into the A10X SoC. Apple’s website touts 30-40% performance improvements over the previous iPad chip, the A9X.

TechInsights has analyzed the chip and confirmed that the SoC is fabricated using a 10 nanometer process, whereas the A10 and A9X use 16mm processes. This results in a high-performance chip that is also the smallest iPad SoC die size to date …


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Square's personalized prepaid card is available...

Digital payment service Square has been inviting customers to sign up for its prepaid debit card since May, and is now opening up the program to everyone. On Thursday, the company announced the Square Cash Card is available to order via the Square ap...

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Elon Musk's first tunnel should be up and...

Elon Musk recently announced that his tunnel-digging operation, The Boring Company, is done carving out its first segment. He bundled the announcement with a declaration of love for tunnels -- which he totally loves more than floors, by the way -- bu...

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Thursday June 29

Now Apple TV has access to all the cartoons on...

Parents tired of watching Moana on repeat, listen up: there's a new streaming service on Apple TV that just might catch your kids' attention. Boomerang, which offers a variety of classic Saturday morning cartoons from your youth, has finally arrived...

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Nike confirms 'pilot' partnership with...

Nike's Q4 earnings report is notable today because CEO Mark Parker confirmed reports that the company will start selling some items directly on Amazon.

In the US, we're executing a new pilot with Amazon with a limited Nike product assortment. As we...

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Apple's first iPhone was also the first to...

The iPhone was the phone I'd wanted all along. I had been trying to use cell phones as if they were iPhones for years, but nothing really stuck.

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Google hires former Intel exec as its new VP of...

Google has been investing big money and launching various projects to diversify its workforce, but its latest diversity report shows that it still has a long way to go. While female personnel now compose 31 percent of its employee population, they on...

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Alleged iPhone 8 prototype leaks, but it’s probably...

At this point, we’ve seen just about every angle of the alleged iPhone 8 design via part leaks, dummy units, molds, and more. But this evening, Twitter leaker Benjamin Geskin is back with a purported iPhone 8 prototype, but there are several reasons to be skeptical…


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Dr. Applelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and...

It was 2008. I had just recently returned to the U.S. after a three-year stint in Japan, the place where all tech lover dreams come true, and iPhone was all the rage. But I wasn't convinced.

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Apple posts short movie 'Detour' by Michel...

As part of its ongoing iPhone advertising campaign, Apple on Thursday posted to its French website a short film called Dacuteetour, which was shot entirely using iPhone 7 hardware by French director Michel Gondry.

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The Army is flight testing helicopter-mounted laser...

The US military's experiments shooting lasers from vehicles continue with another important milestone: Laser-equipped attack helicopter fired at targets for the first time. The US Army keeps getting better at nailing UAV targets with ground-based tru...

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On the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, here’s how...

As we celebrate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone today, let us not forget the operating system that powers it all: iOS. Introduced alongside the first-generation iPhone in 2007, the then-called iPhone OS was the basis of Apple’s first smartphone and its goal to introduce “a revolutionary product that changes everything.”

10 years later, the iOS has evolved just as much as the iPhone hardware has, if not more. Head below as we take a look at the progression of iOS over the years…


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Apple's iPhone changed both the face of phones...

Though Apple co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone at the MacWorld Expo on January 9, 2007, it would not be until Friday, June 29, 2007, that it officially went on sale. You had one choice in cellular carriers, AT&T, and though it did not support the then-new 3G network or have any apps, it was described as "revolutionary" and "game-changing" by the press.

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Apple shares short film ‘Détour’ shot entirely on an...

On its French YouTube channel this evening, Apple has shared a short film from French director Michel Gondry. The film, entitled “Détour,” was shot completely on an iPhone and was funded by Apple. The film clocks in at 11-minutes long and follows a short story…


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Apple marketing chief discusses 'unbelievable...

Apple vice president of worldwide iPod, iPhone, and iOS product marketing Greg Joswiak says developer response to the company's new ARKit tools is "unbelievable," suggesting consumers will have plenty of augmented reality app to browse through when iOS 11 launches this fall.

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IBM’s Watson will analyze Wimbledon to suggest the...

IBM's Watson can apparently do everything. From manufacturing and medical treatment planning to portrait drawing and filing your taxes, there seems to be no limit to what the Jeopardy-winning AI can do. And next week, Watson will be offering its serv...

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Mexican court halts sales of Roku devices due to...

Roku's legal battle in Mexico has taken a hit. Last week, a judge ordered importation and sales of Roku devices to cease in the country, but Roku later won a suspension of that ruling. This week, however, a Mexico City tribunal overturned that suspen...

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Perfect Ten

In January 2007, 26 minutes into his Macworld Expo keynote address, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone with his justly-famous “three revolutionary products” framing:

This is a day I’ve been looking forward to for
two-and-a-half years.

Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that
changes everything. … One’s very fortunate if you get to work on
just one of these in your career.

Apple’s been very fortunate. It’s been able to introduce a few of
these into the world. In 1984, we introduced the Macintosh. It
didn’t just change Apple, it changed the whole computer industry.
In 2001, we introduced the first iPod, and it didn’t just change
the way we all listen to music, it changed the entire music

Well, today, we’re introducing three revolutionary products of
this class.

The first one is a widescreen iPod with touch...

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Facebook successfully lands its Aquila drone for the...

Facebook has been testing its solar-powered unmanned aircraft, Aquila, for the past couple of years. The internet-providing drone made its first full flight last June, though it crashed on landing after the 96-minute flight in Yuma, Arizona. The acci...

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AWT News Update: June 29, 2017

Commencement Day, Wireless CarPlay, official photos, and 64-bit apps are all in the news today:

  • The first graduates of the Apple Developer Academy are now out of class
  • Alpine ships its Wireless CarPlay receiver
  • French President Emmanuel Macron has his official portrait taken, carefully putting his two iPhones in the photo
  • Apple again reminds developers that their apps must be 64-bit compliant soon

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Twitter is toying with a 'fake news'...

Twitter is working on a new tool to fight the spread of inaccurate, harmful and misleading articles online, according to The Washington Post. The company is apparently prototyping a feature that would allow users to flag tweets circulating false or i...

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Apple marketing chief says reaction to ARKit is ‘...

One of the biggest announcements earlier this month at WWDC was the introduction of ARKit, Apple’s framework for helping developers build augmented and mixed reality experiences. In an interview with The Australian Business Review, Apple’s vice president of product marketing Greg Joswiak dives deeper into the goals of ARKit…


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What we've been watching in June

After putting together any home-theater setup, big or small, there's always one last question: What are you going to watch? Our editors have already opened up about some of the games they're playing and what they're listening to, but this edition of...

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‘Sense8’ fans saved from cliffhanger hell by a two-...

When Netflix canceled its Wachowski-helmed, conspiracy-fueled original series Sense8 earlier this year fans weren't certain what would happen following season two's cliffhanger. Well, the streaming service apparently heard their cries (read: tweets a...

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The Wirecutter's best deals: Save $50 on a PSVR...

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to buy The Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, they may earn affiliate commissions that support their work. Read their c...

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Closeout Killer Deals: Save $250 to $690 instantly...

Last chance as inventory is selling out! AppleInsider readers can use exclusive coupons this week to instantly save between $250 and $690 on every remaining closeout Late 2016 MacBook Pro bundled with AppleCare, including 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models and 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models. Plus sales tax isn't collected in 48 states.

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Apple launches first public beta of macOS High Sierra

After a false start earlier this week, Apple on Thursday issued the first public beta of macOS High Sierra, available to anyone registered with the company's Beta Software Program.

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Cartoon streaming service Boomerang comes to Apple TV

Time Warner's family-oriented cartoon streaming service Boomerang launched this week on the Apple TV, having already been available to iPhone and iPad owners since April.

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Vintage Apples: The Original iPhone Launch on June...

On June 29, 2007, I was one of those many people around the country who was standing in line at an Apple Store to try to get one of the first iPhones. The purchase was going to be a change for me; Cingular (now AT&T) didn't allow users to swap SIMs between devices -- something I needed to do at the time -- but since it was the sole carrier at launch of the iPhone, I decided to part ways with T-Mobile. 

At the Aspen Grove Apple Store in Littleton, CO, there was a lot of anticipation. Some people in line were holding spaces for others who would arrive at the official launch time (which I think was 5 PM), and the line grew longer as the day went by. It was such a new experience to have a line for an electronic product that all of the local news stations sent crews by to interview the people in line.

In 2007 I hadn't started writing for TUAW yet, and had my own site called The iPhone Ranch, so all...

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macOS High Sierra Public Beta is now available: Here...

Interested in trying out Apple’s next Mac operating system? You’re in luck, because Apple has just released the macOS High Sierra Public Beta.

Apple announced the operating system earlier this month at its Worldwide Developers Conference. This version is more of a maintenance release, so it’s not a major overhaul of macOS. But it does have several new features, including a new file system, smoother video playback and support for HEVC video, and improved Siri. The Photos app and Safari also have improvements. Learn more about the features and specifications of macOS High Sierra.

Heres what you need to know to get the macOS High Sierra Public Beta running on your Mac.

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Take Apple Pay out to the ballgame at these seven...

Coors Field, Denver, CO. Courtesy Colorado Rockies

Los Angeles-based Appetize today announced that its Apple Pay-read point of sale system is being used throughout seven Major League Baseball parks. Apple fans at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA; Coors Field in Denver, CO; Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles, CA; Fenway Park in Boston, MA; Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO; and Citi Field and Yankee Stadium in New York City can all use their iPhones, Touch ID-equipped iPads, and Apple Watches to pay both at concession terminals and in the seats when paying waitstaff equipped with iPad minis.

Since Apple Pay was first announced about two-and-a-half years ago, I've been hounding my local team -- the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field -- on social media for the ability to pay with the touchless payment...

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10 years ago -- Apple's iPhone as seen on...

AppleInsider was heavily invested the the launch of the original iPhone, and you were too. Here's some of the things we said about it at launch -- and what somer of you thought then.

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Apple Pay gets MLB stadium expansion, support for...

Apple Pay is now available for the first time or in expanded fashion at several more Major League Baseball stadiums, according to an announcement. Parents, meanwhile, have gained the option to let their kids use Apple Pay through Greenlight debit cards.

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Apple just got an exclusive preview of Fisker’s new...

Renowned car designer Henrik Fisker is about to officially launch his new electric car company and unveiled its first vehicle, the EMotion, a $130,000 long-range premium sedan.

Ahead of the launch tomorrow, some “great people” at Apple apparently got a preview of the vehicle.  more…

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Original iPhone keyboard designer shows off Apple...

A new image shows a pair of early iPhone prototypes used during the creation of the device's software, allowing developers to build the revolutionary touchscreen keyboard that, back in 2007, was actually controversial.

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The Nest Thermostat is $50 off at multiple retailers...

Deals on the Nest learning thermostat don’t happen that often, and usually they’re not that exciting—about $20 off or so. Right now, the third-generation Nest learning thermostat is $50 off at multiple retailers. That puts the thermostat at a sub-$200 price on Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, Google, and Newegg.


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August Smart Lock and Doorbell Cam updated with...

The August Smart Lock product family is already one of the easiest smart security solutions for anyone to install, and today August announced several software features to improve the user experience as well. Changes include improvements to the Smart Lock, Smart Keypad, and Doorbell Cam.


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At 10, the World-Changing iPhone Is Kind of the Same

Apple celebrated the 10th anniversary of its iconic iPhone on Thursday. Since former CEO Steve Jobs debuted the original device, the company has gone on to sell more than a billion handsets worldwide, and the iPhone has become one of the most successful product categories in the electronics industry. The iPhone proved to be a major disrupter in the mobile phone category after its unveiling on June 29, 2007. At the time, the industry was dominated by companies such as Nokia, Motorola, Ericsson, BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, and Palm.

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An iPhone switch story from a reluctant Android...

The iPhone launched 10 years ago, but Roger switched much more recently, in 2015. On the milestone anniversary of Apple's groundbreaking handset, he tells his story.

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Munster’s Model

Gene Munster, now at Loup Ventures, has published a 5-year forecast for Apple:

Our best guess is that Apple Glasses, an AR-focused wearable, will
be released mid FY20. This is based on the significant resources
Apple is putting into AR, including ARKit and the recent
SensoMotoric Instruments acquisition. We believe Apple see’s
[sic] the AR future as a combination of the iPhone and some form
of a wearable.

Dedicated AR glasses don’t make much sense for mainstream, daily-use, augmented reality. (They make perfect sense for specialized use, like the way Boeing is using Google Glass today to help assemble airplanes.) The phone is the perfect form factor for casual augmented reality — the camera is great, the display is great, and we all...

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IK’s new ‘iRig Pro I/O’ pocket-sized iOS/Mac audio...

IK Multimedia is one of the biggest names in mobile audio recording these days. It has a slew of products to support just about any kind of iOS musician/producer out there and it isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Today, the company is unveiling the latest mobile interface with the new iRig Pro I/Omore…

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External Link: 10 Years Later, iPhone Creators Worry...

During a panel at design firm IDEO, three former Apple employees gathered to discuss the iPhone’s impact after 10 years. All agreed that they’re concerned by society’s addiction to smartphones. “I don’t feel good about the distraction. It’s certainly an unintended consequence,” said Greg Christie, who led Apple’s human interface team. Bas Ording, who designed much of the iPhone’s multi-touch interface, said, “The positive is that it’s easy to use, so a lot of people can use it. The downside is too many people are staring at their phones. I probably do it, too.” And input engineer Brian Huppi, who helped develop the iPhone’s touchscreen, worried about how smartphone use is implicated in automobile accidents, saying “I’ve got to believe there’s just so many accidents on the road now from people looking at their phones.” However, there was also consensus that the iPhone has been as significant of a change as radio, television, and the Internet were, and that we’ll eventually adapt to...

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Defining the 21st century

I don’t think it’s hyperbole to call the iPhone the most influential product of the 21st century so far. Something may come along in the next eighty years to supplant it but right now, its importance can’t be overstated.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Apple email campaign encourages trade-in upgrades to...

A new email marketing campaign from Apple is nudging owners of other smartphones -- and older iPhones -- to trade them in towards an iPhone 7, just months from when the "iPhone 7s," "7s Plus" and "8" are likely to be announced.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: Nest 3rd Gen. Thermostat $198...

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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From 2G to iPhone 8: Ten years of iPhones compared [...

To celebrate the device’s 10th anniversary, today we take a look at 10 years of iPhones, including the expected iPhone 8 design, with some exclusive video and photos together with friend of 9to5Mac Shai Mizrachi (@ShaiMizrachi).


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Alpine launches first aftermarket Wireless CarPlay...

The first aftermarket Wireless CarPlay receiver to hit the market is now available to order. Alpine’s iLX-107 was introduced back in January and can now be purchased through authorized dealers.


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Apple's iPhone is 10 years old, but its...

The iPhone is a story of decades. It wasn't just invented by a scrappy team of inventors or willed into existence by one man brainstorming an idea.

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A pilot explains waypoints, the hidden geography of...

As someone who relies on GPS to even leave the house, I’m familiar with waypoints but I had no idea the names of the ones used in the sky were so whimsical.

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Happy Hour Podcast 126 | iOS 11 public beta, Apple...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss iPad Pro update cycles, iOS 11 public beta stability, Apple Music’s new friends feature, Qualcomm’s in-screen fingerprint sensor, a new Siri Event Maven role at Apple, the Amazon Echo Show (with a screen) reviews, and more thoughts on Apple’s upcoming HomePod smart wireless speaker. 9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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∞ How to build an igloo

Obviously, every Canadian knows how to do this.

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First class graduates from Apple's Naples,...

The first class from Apple's Naples, Italy Developer Academy on the grounds of the University of Naples Federico II has graduated, and Vice President Lisa Jackson was there to commemorate the occasion.

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New HomeKit-enabled LED Light Bulb from Koogeek...

Koogeek has officially released its new HomeKit-enabled Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb, the latest in its ever-expanding line of Apple-friendly accessories. Its $37 price tag represents one of the lowest entry-points that we’ve seen when it comes to HomeKit lighting. Unlike Philips Hue, Koogeek does not require a standalone hub to deliver smartphone control thanks to its built-in Wi-Fi radio. More details below.


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Uber says it had nothing to do with stolen Waymo data

Uber has denied conspiring with Anthony Levandowski to steal Waymo's self-driving tech in its latest court filing. According to Bloomberg and Reuters, Uber refuted Waymo's accusation that it colluded with Levandowski to steal 14,000 files before the...

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The Week in iOS Accessories and Cases: A tablet...

Fun in the sun

Image by Rob Schultz/Macworld

This week’s roundup includes an unusual tablet stand, plus new earphones, car chargers, iOS cases, and more. Read on!

Hammacher Schlemmer

Image by Hammacher Schlemmer

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∞ Meet the composer who writes all the music for...

[VIDEO] This is fantastic. If you appreciate the theme and music from Game of Thrones, click over to the main Loop post and watch the embedded video.

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Apple has to get over its privacy hang-ups and...

Eric Jackson, CNBC:

Apple announced recently that it had hired two big Sony TV executives to head up Apple’s original video strategy. It’s the strongest signal yet that Apple has grand plans to offer its own slate of original video content to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon and HBO.

Yet as Apple brings more high-quality content to its users, it’s likely to highlight a growing dilemma: Is it going to start offering better services to users with less privacy, or continue offering inferior services with strong privacy?

The title is provocative and, I think, needlessly so. I believe Apple is protecting our privacy, sees that as a fundamental principal. But Eric does make some interesting points, worth reading:

On Ben Thompson’s Exponent podcast from two weeks back — “Fruitful Clapping” — he discusses how Siri stops using your utterances/voice queries after 6 months. That’s problematic to improve Siri’s algorithm. You can’t compare utterances today...

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June 29, 2007: Waiting at the San Francisco and...

Ten years ago today, folks like our own Lee Hutchinson waited (in line or online) for the first iPhone's formal release. We've been examining the product's impact all week as it turns 10, and today we couldn't help but resurface our version of those infamous "look at that line, tho" stories from a decade ago. These pieces originally ran on June 29, 2007.

CINCINNATI, Ohio—Everyone else is covering the iPhone line in budding metropoli (is that a word?) euch as New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago. I hear there were 50+ people in line for the iPhone at the Michigan Avenue Apple Store in downtown Chicago as of 5am. Well, we thought we'd do something different (OK, maybe we had to because we were going to that darn...

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iPad Pro plus Mac is a whole greater than the sum of...

Carolina Milanesi, Tech.Pinions:

If you insist on looking at iOS 11+iPad Pro=PC you might miss the opportunity for this combo to live up to its full potential. I know for many PCs and Macs are synonymous of work and productivity, therefore my suggestion to start looking at the iPad Pro differently is missed on them. Yet, I promise you, there is a difference between wanting to replicate what you have been doing on a PC and wanting to understand if the iPad Pro can fit your workflow or even if it could help your workflow change to better fit your needs.

A lot of ink has been spilled on the topic of making the iPad Pro your main computer, replacing your Mac or PC. But Carolina makes the point that the iPad Pro, combined with iOS 11 (and that’s important), has now evolved into a device with distinct advantages, depending on your workflow.

Drag and drop is a good example:

This is possibly the best example of a feature that despite sharing the same name on the...

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PSA: ‘Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow’ freemium game...

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is finally available for download from iTunes. The game is free, but offers in-app purchases …


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There’s now an Apple Pay smart debit card for kids

Greenlight is a special debit card and service that allows families to monitor and control how and where kids can spend money. Starting today, Greenlight’s smart debit card for kids will work with Apple Pay as well.


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'Tonight there's gonna be a jailbreak:...

It was 2007, and I really wanted a first-generation iPhone, but I did not have a lot of money. I did, however, have the technical knowhow necessary to save a few bucks.

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Apple adds to its hand based gesture patents

Patently Apple:

Last week Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple invents a 3D Depth Mapping Camera for Hand Gesturing Interfaces for Future Macs & Smartglasses.” It’s a recurring theme (one, two and three) from Apple’s PrimeSense team from Israel. Today another such patent filing has surfaced titled “Gesture based User Interface,” based on hand gestures.

There’s more detail in the post and, of course, in the patents themselves. But in a nutshell, 3D mapping cameras and a host of hand gestures are likely in Apple’s future, along with tracking software for your Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Glasses.

∞ Read this on The Loop...

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Tumblr’s unclear future

Brian Feldman, New York Magazine:

The future of Tumblr is still an open question. The site is enormously popular among the coveted youth crowd — that’s partly why then-CEO Marissa Mayer paid $1 billion for the property in 2013 — but despite a user base near the size of Instagram’s, Tumblr never quite figured out how to make money at the level Facebook has led managers and shareholders to expect.


For a long time, its founder and CEO David Karp was publicly against the idea of inserting ads into users’ timelines. (Other experiments in monetization, like premium options, never caught on: It’s tough to generate revenue when your most active user base is too young to have a steady income.) Even once the timeline became open to advertising, it was tough to find clients willing to brave the sometimes-porny waters of the Tumblr Dashboard.


It is rare, but not at all unprecedented, for a site to reach Tumblr’s size, prominence, and level of...

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Poll: What was the first iPhone you ever bought, and...

There have been 15 different iPhones, from the first one that went on sale on this day back in 2007 to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus last year.

Between 2010 and 2015, Apple followed a consistent ‘tick-tock’ pattern: a new design one year, and new internals plus additional features the following year. For example, the iPhone 4 – a radical new design at the time – was released in 2010, while the following year saw the iPhone 4s. The 4s offered some worthwhile hardware upgrades (including an 8MP camera capable of 1080p video) along with Siri …


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Greenlight smart debit card for kids now integrates...

Greenlight Financial Technology, Inc.,  has announced that the Greenlight smart debit card for kids now works internationally, and also integrates with Apple Pay. 

Effective immediately, Greenlight's smart debit card for kids can be used internationally in over 120 countries. With summer approaching, kids traveling abroad for vacation or to study can use their Greenlight debit cards instead of carrying cash.

In addition to its expanded international capabilities, Greenlight's smart debit card for kids now integrates with Apple Pay. As a result, kids don't need to have the physical Greenlight card in order to make a purchase; they just need their iPhones. 

Apple Pay is currently available in 15 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and USA. 

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The iPhone Turns 10

"Every once in awhile a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything," said co-founder and former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, as he kickstarted the iPhone keynote. Ten years ago, thousands of people around the world listened to him in a mock turtleneck talk about a phone. They liked it so much that they decided to wait outside Apple stores for hours on end to buy one. Little did anyone know the phone -- called the iPhone -- would go on to revolutionize, in the truest sense of the word, the smartphone industry as we know it. From an Economist article: No product in recent history has changed people's lives more. Without the iPhone, ride-hailing, photo-sharing, instant messaging and other essentials of modern life would be less widespread. Shorn of cumulative sales of 1.2bn devices and revenues of $1trn, Apple would not hold the crown of the world's largest listed company. Thousands of software developers would be poorer, too: the apps they have written for the smartphone make...

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Apple shares pictures from inside of new Taiwan...

Apple has shared the first pictures from the interior of the Taipei 101 Apple Retail store, showing it to adhere closely to the company's new vision for retail.

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Setapp At 5 Months: 10,000 Users and Better App...

MacPaw’s Setapp subscription service, which provides access to 77 Mac apps for $9.99 per month, has gained an AI-based recommendation engine. Adam Engst took the opportunity to check in on how Setapp is doing, both overall and for participating developers.


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Amazon Prime Day returns with longer sales and even...

What started as a one-time event for Amazon’s 20th anniversary is now an annual tradition. Amazon just announced that Prime Day is back for its third trip around the Internet.

The deals begin at 6 PM Pacific / 9 PM Eastern on Monday, July 10, 2017 and last for thirty hours until 2:59 AM EST on Wednesday, July 12. On the west coast, the end time is 11:59 PM Pacific on Tuesday, July 11.

Amazon is promising more than 100,000 deals across the company’s U.S. and international sites for Prime members. The retailer says there will be new deals almost every five minutes during the sales period.

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Apple granted another patent for a gesture-based...

Apple has been granted another patent (number 20170185161) for a “gesture-based user interface” that hints at gesture controls for Macs, Apple TVs and home appliances. The interface interface includes a movement monitor configured to monitor a user's hand and to provide a signal based on movements of the hand. 

A processor is configured to provide at least one interface state in which a cursor is confined to movement within a single dimension region responsive to the signal from the movement monitor, and to actuate different commands responsive to the signal from the movement monitor and the location of the cursor in the single dimension region.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that systems based on identifying hand gestures allow a wide range of inputs and can be used, for example, for text entry and for three dimensional control of animation in real time, such as in a virtual reality program running on a computer.

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Apple celebrates first graduating class of the...

Apple VP Lisa Jackson has tweeted a photo of the first graduating class from the Apple Developer Academy in Naples …


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Technology in Apple's first iPhone made it the...

Everybody else has talked about the amazing touchscreen, or ground-breaking telephony, or even the flexibility of the internet with you at all times. But, there were practical reasons beyond just tech fetishism to get an iPhone in the early days, though.

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French President Emmanuel Macron carefully includes...

Video footage (below) shows French President Emmanuel Macron carefully positioning two iPhones on his desk for inclusion in his official portrait photo. They can be seen in the bottom-left corner of the photo …


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With iPhone, Apple showed AT&T and Verizon who’s...

Enlarge / A poster announces the arrival of Apple's iPhone at the AT&T store in Orem, Utah, Monday, June 18, 2007. (credit: Getty Images | Bloomberg)

Ten years ago today—on June 29, 2007—many waited (in line or online) for the first iPhone's formal release. Apple's now-signature product has made a lasting mark not only on our communications, but on many unexpected walks of life. This week as the iPhone turns 10, we're examining its impact and revisiting the device that changed it all.

The first iPhone changed the technology industry in a lot of ways, mostly because it was a great device that lots of people wanted to use. But looking back at the device's first decade, one of the most...

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Next-gen iPhone rumored to include faster 10W...

This could be nifty.

On Wednesday, Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis stated in a research note said the so-called “iPhone 8” will come bundled with a 10W power adapter with a USB-C connector and an integrated USB-C Power Delivery chip.

The Power Delivery chip, which is rumored to be incorporated into both the next-gen iPhone as well as its 10W power adapter, will be the same CYPD2104 chip found in Apple’s new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and is thought to offer faster device charging functionality.

The statement reads as follows, with minor edits for clarity:

We believe that in the iPhone 8, Apple likely includes Cypress Semiconductor’s USB-C Power Delivery chip in the phone and an additional chip within the power brick in box (likely a new 10W, which would use a more integrated solution with Cypress Power Delivery).

It’s thought that the next-gen iPhone would be capable of fast charging via a Lightning to USB-C cable cable connected to the new 10W power...

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Dummy video offers detailed look at purported next-...

This might be the closest approximation of the next-gen iPhone.

Following scores of renderings, dummy models, and design leaks, the cool cats at OnLeaks and Tiger Mobiles have teamed up to present an iPhone 8 dummy model with an edge-to-edge display, a top bar that will accommodate the front-facing camera and sensors, a vertical dual-lens rear camera, and a glossy black chassis made from glass with a matching and indistinguishable steel band around the edges.

The dummy model is similar to that featured in previous leaks, but is closer to what the rumor mill and leaked design drawings have indicated. As such, the next-gen iPhone is thought to incorporate a slim, almost bezel-free design with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor built into the display of the device.

The handset purportedly measures 71mm wide, 144mm long, and 7.5mm thick, which matches up with previous size estimates we’ve seen leaked. At present, the iPhone 7 measures in at 67.1mm wide, 138.3mm long...

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Happy 10th Birthday, iPhone! The concise history of...

Ten years ago today, the Apple faithful stood in line -- and sometimes slept in line -- to be among the first to get their hands on the first iPhones. Later today I'll be posting some personal recollections of that day, but I thought that it would be a good idea to look at the history of the iPhone. Fortunately, the good folks at SureCall worked up an excellent infographic that colorfully illustrates that history. Click "read more" to see the infographic, and then scroll down to see it in detail. 

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Apple’s first store in Taiwan opens Saturday

Apple Taipei 101 opens Saturday at 11 a.m., bringing Apple’s products, services and in-store experiences to customers in Taiwan for the first time. It will host new “Today at Apple” programs, including more than 60 free hands-on sessions designed for customers of all ages.

Earlier this month Apple announced the location with a barricade of hand-cut fabric by Taiwanese artist Yang Shih-Yi that depicts the Banyan tree, a traditional meeting place. Stickers of Yang Shih-Yi’s design are now available on the App Store for iMessage.

The store features Apple’s latest store design. The Forum, centered around the video wall, is a vibrant gathering space and home to the new “Today at Apple” sessions. Avenues, inspired by window displays along a shopping street, line the store walls with interactive displays dedicated to music, creativity, photography, apps...

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More evidence of why making iPhones in the USA...

Ever since then presidential candidate Donald Trump promised he was ‘gonna get Apple to start building their damn computers and things in this country,’ there’s been a steady stream of people pointing out why that isn’t practical – and wouldn’t do much for the U.S. economy if it were.

Tim Cook explained that the reason Apple makes iPhones in China has little to do with the low wages there and everything to do with the local skillset, with the company’s suppliers echoing this point. But even if Apple bowed to political pressure...

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How to use AutoFill for credit cards, contacts,...

With AutoFill, Safari can automatically fill in your credit card information, contact information, passwords, and more in the Safari web browser on macOS Sierra. 

It can automatically fill in information from any contact in Contacts. It can also generate a secure password when you need to create one. Safari highlights autofilled fields in yellow.

One big advantage of doing this: if you set up iCloud Keychain on your Mac and other devices, Safari automatically fills in saved user names, passwords, and credit card info on all those devices. This is a great time-saving features.

To fill in your credit card info, you can choose from a list of your stored credit cards. You can add or remove stored credit cards. Safari can autofill your account name, account number, and expiration date. For security, Safari doesn’t store the credit card security code. You must enter it manually each time you use the card on a website.

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IonSlim 5K is a skinny, powerful portable battery

Apple once got a lot of (deserved) flack for an iMac ad that said, “you can’t be too thin or too powerful.” But thin is in when it comes to Moshi’s IonSlim 5K, the newest portable battery in the company’s line. 

Described as “ultra-thin,” it boasts both a USB-C and USB-A port for universal compatibility. Moshi says it’s the thinnest 5K battery on the market. I haven’t verified that, but it does easily fit in a pocket (it’s (8.5mm thin and weighs 5.04 ounces). 

That said, the company did sacrifice integrated cables for its slim size. However, it comes with a reversible USB-C to USB-A cable that can be used to charge both a USB-C phone as well as IonSlim itself. 

That’s part of the conundrum. If you're an iPhone user, you’ll need a Lightning cord. Once you supply that, you can fully re-charge an iPhone 7 Plus (like mine) in just over two hours. Only one port can be used at...

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Apple shares photos of its latest retail store in...

We learned earlier this month that Apple’s first ever retail store in Taiwan would be located in the landmark Taipei 101 skyscraper, with the opening date later confirmed to be July 1st.

A couple of days before the official opening, Apple has shared a few photos of the store, which of course features the redesigned interior that is now standard for new and refurbished stores …


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Happy 10th anniversary to the iPhone, ‘a...

Today is the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, which first went on sale on June 29 back in 2007, and we’re taking a look back at its launch and early reception.

Described by Steve Jobs as ‘a revolutionary product that changes everything,’ he teased that Apple was announcing three products: a wide-screen iPod with touch controls, a mobile phone, and a breakthrough Internet communications device before revealing that it was a single device, called the iPhone …


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Notable apps and app updates for June 29, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Maysalward has conjured up Magic Painting 1.0. It’s a free augmented reality coloring book app. Magic Painting is based on a live texturing process that applies the captured texture from a 2-D colored drawing, and then turning it into a 3-D character in real time. The drawing is detected, tracked and augmented with an animated 3-D version of the character texture according to the child's coloring.

PixelSplincher has launched Motion Graphix. It’s a $2.99 (for a limited time) 2.5D keyframe animation app for the iPad. Motion...

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Fubo TV: All the details on this sports-heavy...

What you need to know about FuboTV, a streaming bundle for sports

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Apple device owners unable to restore from backup as...

An unspecified service outage that has been ongoing for nearly 36 hours is impacting a small percentage of Apple customers attempting to use iCloud Backup, prohibiting them from creating new backups or restore from previous saves.

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What iOS 11 tells us about the iPhone 8

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Apple released the first build of iOS 11 to developers earlier this month and has subsequently released the second developer build as well as the first public beta. Now that the latest iOS version has been out in the wild for nearly a month, users are starting to discover little things that could offer some hints as to what the iPhone 8 will include…


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Apple publishes WWDC17 video transcripts, reminds...

Apple on Wednesday released searchable transcripts for its catalog of Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 videos, while at the same time reminding developers of 64-bit app restrictions related to its next-generation operating systems.

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New video offers up-close look at 'iPhone 8...

A video published on Wednesday provides one of the best looks yet at a supposed "iPhone 8" dummy unit that has been floating around the web, joining together an aluminum chassis and bezel-free front glass seen in alleged parts leaks.

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Podcast 565: So long (for now) and thanks for all...

Roman and Glenn reminisce over the iPhone's introduction 10 years ago, and discuss Roman's review of the new iMac. We also advise not installing iOS 11's public beta quite yet—for most people—and look at Virgin Mobile's iPhone-only plan, as well as go googly eyes over augmented reality examples with ARKit. Finally, we're heading out on hiatus for retooling, and Glenn says, "Thank you, everyone, and see you on the interwebs!"

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Apple makes searchable WWDC 2017 video transcripts...

As it has done in past years, Apple this evening has made transcripts available to accompany its WWDC 2017 session videos. These transcripts offer the WWDC content to developers in a searchable and manageable format.


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Apple’s iCloud Backup feature has been down for some...

Apple this evening has updated its System Status webpage to reflect that a small number of people are unable to use iCloud Backup. According to Apple, the feature has been inaccessible since early yesterday morning, though it affects a small percentage of users…


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Google Makes It Easier to Create Virtual Reality...

Google has introduced a new video format, VR180, developed with input from its Daydream team. The VR180 format, which displays what's in front of the user only, delivers good video quality both on desktop PCs and mobile devices. While VR180 videos appear in 2D on desktops and mobile devices, they appear in 3D VR when viewed with Cardboard, Google's Daydream headset or Sony's PlayStation VR headset. Creators "don't have to choose between making a 360 video and/or providing new content for their subscribers," said Google spokesperson Liz Markman.

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New iPhone 8 dummy hands-on video offers clearest...

While various videos and images have emerged in the past showing the alleged iPhone 8 design, a new video today may offer the clearest look yet at Apple’s flagship device. Coming via Tiger Mobiles and Onleaks, this video goes hands-on with an iPhone 8 dummy unit in extraordinary detail and in HD quality…


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