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Thursday September 8

13:00
The first crop of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus cases...

iPhone 7 cases are here!

Sure, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus don’t ship until September 16, but you can get a protective case for your soon-to-be new phone right now. And you’ll need a new case—the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have the same dimensions as the 6s and 6s Plus, but the new cameras on the iPhone 7 won’t fit the camera opening on most 6s cases. Here’s a first look at what’s already on the market.

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12:53
Belkin announces the Lightning Audio + Charge...

Belkin has announced the Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar adapter for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Developed closely with Apple, it plugs into the Lightning connector making it possible to use Lightning Audio headphones or the Apple Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter and charge your iPhone at the same time.

The adapter is designed to work with the full ecosystem of Lightning Audio headphones. There’s no need to remove your phone case while using it, according to Steve Malony, vice president, GM Belkin.

It supports pass-through charging up to 12W for the iPhone and iPad and supports up to 48 kHz, 24-bit audio output. The Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar works with the Apple iPhone 7 Smart Battery Case and battery packs for on-the-go charging. It will be available October 10 for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $39.95 on Belkin.comApple...

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12:46
Belkin announces simultaneous Lightning headphone...

The elimination of the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack on the iPhone 7 has caused some users to question how they will charge their handset while listening to music on wired headphones. Accessory maker Belkin has the answer --?for $40 extra.

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12:44
‘Golden master’ public betas of macOS Sierra and iOS...

Apple has released the “golden master” public betas of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 to public beta testers. A golden master is a final version of software ready for release to manufacturing.

macOS Sierra is due to arrive on Tuesday, Sept. 20. iOS 10 should be available for download on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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

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12:36
A look at changes in older iPhone pricing, UK...

With yesterday’s announcement of the iPhone 7/7Plus, there are various price changes on older models, sales in the UK, and AppleCare+ you should know about.

Apple has lowered prices on the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE. The iPhone 6s now comes in just two storage configurations: 3GB, and 128GB, for, respectively, $549 and $649, respectively. Before Wednesday, the 128GB model was $200 more; there was no 32GB option. 

With the iPhone 6s Plus, you an now choose from a 32GB model for $649 and a 128GB version for $749. Prior to yesterday. a 128GB model cost nearly $1,000. Also, the 64GB iPhone SE can been discounted by $50 and now costs $449.

Meanwhile, the effects of the UK’s vote to leave the EU are showing up in the price of Apple’s products. The cheapest iPhone 7 is 11% more expensive than the iPhone 6S when it was launched last year....

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12:32
GeekBench benchmarks confirm iPhone 7 Plus ships...

After much speculation that the iPhone 7 Plus would include an extra GB of RAM, bringing its total to 3GB, a new GeekBench benchmark for the iPhone 7 Plus (iPhone9,4) confirms the amount. more…

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12:23
Steel beam from World Trade Center en route to Gander

Not enough Americans know the story of Gander (similar things happened in Halifax and Vancouver). On that awful day, and in the awful days afterwards, my fellow Canadians stepped up to help. I’m could not be more proud.

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11:59
Opinion: As Apple Watch Series 2 enhances fitness...

The Apple Watch Series 2 announcement isn’t earth shattering. Swim proof, built-in GPS, brighter display, faster chip, and same design. Most first-gen Apple Watch users will be satisfied with the speed gains that the watchOS 3 software update offers and won’t consider upgrading, and first time Apple Watch buyers will have a better experience with the new hardware and software from day one.

I’m hardly disappointed personally. I asked for a better sports watch and that’s what Apple delivered. The Series 2 message is so clearly targeted toward health and activity that it’s easy to miss features like Siri and Apple Pay!

It’s especially interesting to me that Apple actually introduced two new Apple Watch models: Series 1 and Series 2. The first-gen Apple Watch is dead. That’s absolutely the right...

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11:59
Men are sharing selfies to raise awareness for...

This is a great idea. One of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do is to talk openly as I can about my battles with depression. I’ve taken a lot of crap for it from jerks on the internet but I’ve gotten more support from complete strangers than I ever could have imagined and I’m very grateful for that. If you’re suffering, reach out to family, friends, and even complete strangers for help. There’s no shame in it.

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11:51
Apple seeds iOS 10 & macOS Sierra GMs to public...

Following up on Wednesday's developer releases, Apple on Thursday issued matching gold masters (GMs) of iOS 10 and macOS 10 Sierra to people in its public beta testing program.

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11:50
Odds that Apple brings back the iPhone's...

If you’re deciding whether to upgrade to the iPhone 7, the possibility of Apple bringing back the headphone jack in future phones probably shouldn’t factor in.

History shows that once Apple makes up its mind on a product’s direction, the company rarely reverses course, even if there’s an outcry from customers. At best, Apple may extend the life of a popular feature through a portion of its product line, but these concessions tend to be temporary. Given Apple’s statements about courage in pursuit of a better experience, the headphone jack isn’t likely to be an exception.

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11:47
Apple won’t be announcing initial iPhone 7 sales

This will send the Tech Media into a tizzy but, as Apple says, they already know what their sales numbers will be.

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11:44
Sprint matches T-Mobile’s free 32GB iPhone 7 w/...

Following T-Mobile’s announcement earlier today, Sprint just revealed its iPhone 7 launch promos including a similar free 32GB iPhone 7 with trade-in.

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11:41
The best way to pre-order your iPhone 7 and/or Apple...

People in line at Apple 5th Avenue (NYC) for a previous iPhone launch. Image via newyork.cbslocal.com

By now, you've probably made the decision on whether or not you're going to upgrade your iPhone and/or Apple Watch. As an Apple blogger who always needs to get the latest and greatest, I've found that there's a quick and sure-fire way to be one of the first to get the new Apple products. Read on for tips on how to make your buying experience as painless and fun as possible.

1) Apple's Website vs. the Apple Store App

For years, Apple's website was the only way to pre-order new equipment. Like clockwork, once the pre-orders began, the website would slow down to a crawl. The past few years, we've had the option of using the free Apple Store App

The app is perfect for doing a pre-order, and it doesn't seem to bog down like the website so you should...

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11:40
No, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus cases won’t fit the iPhone...
11:31
Video: Hands-on with waterproof Apple Watch Series 2...

The new Apple Watch Series 2 boasts a faster processor, GPS radio, waterproof design, support for swim tracking, and a new high-end white ceramic Edition casing. AppleInsider offers a closer look at the second-generation wearable device.

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11:15
The $10,000 golden Apple Watch is no more

The gold Apple Watch was an interesting experiment. Apple will never say but I’d be curious to know how many they actually sold.

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10:50
No, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus cases won't fit the...

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have the exact same dimensions as the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, down to the tenth of a millimeter according to Apple. So you won’t need a new case if you’re upgrading, right? Wrong.

iPhone 6s cases probably won’t fit the iPhone 7 because of the camera bulge on the back of the phone. The camera lens on the iPhone 7 is significantly bigger, and also located a little closer to the edge of the phone. The TrueTone flash on the iPhone 7 is bigger too.

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The cameras on the new phones take up more room (iPhone 7 at left, iPhone 7 Plus on the right). Compare these to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus pictured below. 

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10:34
Apple’s answer to charging iPhone 7 while listening...

Apple deprecated what it called “ancient” technology yesterday, with the iPhone 7 lacking a 3.5mm headphone jack. The company is encouraging Bluetooth wireless headphones for audio playback (heralding its new AirPods) or using wired headphones via Lightning. However, with just one port, people who want to listen to music and charge their iPhone 7 at the same time are left with a conundrum.

Apple’s answer to this problem appears to be the $39-49 Lightning Dock which adds a 3.5mm headphone jack when docked.

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10:24
Taptic API for iPhone, Apple Watch will grant devs...

Apple's implementation of a "solid state" home button expands the Taptic Engine's feedback on the iPhone, and a forthcoming API for developers' use will expand implementation to non-Apple apps.

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10:20
Apple issues iOS 10 GM + macOS Sierra GM for public...

Update: macOS Sierra GM is also now available for public beta testers. Like yesterday’s developer release, it requires a new promo code for the App Store to redeem. macOS Sierra will be released to everyone on September 20.

Following yesterday’s release of iOS 10 GM for developers, Apple has released iOS 10 GM to public beta testers as well. iOS 10 is scheduled to be released to anyone not testing the beta version next week on Tuesday, September 13.

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10:16
Podcast 524: A black that’s blacker than black

The new iPhones have lost a jack, for sure, but they’ve gained jet black: a black that’s apparently so black, it’s darker than black. Senior contributor Glenn Fleishman is joined by podcasting veteran John Moltz to cover the news of today’s Apple announcements. We talk iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Watch Series 2, watchOS 3, Pokémon Go on the Watch, Mario in iOS, and…real-time collaboration in iWork?

Glenn can’t keep EarPods and AirPods straight, already.

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10:12
Why paper cuts hurt so much

Great look at the science behind what seem to be the most painful cuts of all.

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10:00
Apple changes iPhone 6s pricing and storage options...

In the wake of its iPhone 7 announcement, Apple has made a series of changes to the existing iPhone lineup, looking to make the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and SE more appealing to cost-conscious shoppers.

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09:50
AT&T announces data-free streaming of DirectTV...

Customers who have AT&T for their wireless service and DirecTV or U-Verse for television will now be able to watch live or recorded shows from a mobile device without eating into their data caps.

The big perk comes with the latest update to the DirectTV app, which is out now for iOS and “coming soon” to Android.

The latest plan by AT&T is part of a new trend to keep customers inside of a company’s bundled services. T-Mobile’s Binge On and new unlimited data plans similarly nudge consumers into preferred services with the lure of attractive offers, raising some eyebrows in the process. The FCC has begun to...

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09:32
All cameras are good cameras

I tell my students to not worry about the camera they have. Anything bought in the last five years will be a good camera. Learn how to take pictures, how to create images and learn what you like to shoot. Then worry about buying a camera that fits.

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09:31
Google Photos 2.0 bakes in Live Photo editing...

Back in June, Google released a Motion Stills app that removes shakes from iOS Live Photos and turns them into easily shareable GIFs and movies. That functionality is now built into Google Photos 2.0 with more sharing options and a number of other tweaks.

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09:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13″ MacBook Air $790, 27″...

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09:15
With iPhone 7, Apple breaks tradition, won’t say how...

Enlarge / The iPhone 7 Plus and its dual-lens camera. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Every year when it launches a new iPhone, Apple has trumpeted the hardware's first-weekend sales numbers. And every year, those numbers have climbed, painting a picture of an increasingly successful device. This year, Apple will break with that tradition, according to a Reuters report.

Apple says that it won't disclose sales because its distribution network is expanding, and the total number of phones sold...

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08:58
Opinion: Apple delivered solid updates with iPhone 7...

Even with the deluge of leaks that defines modern Apple reporting, Apple usually shows things at their event that I don’t anticipate or expect. This time, that didn’t really happen. Apple’s 2016 September event was straightforward because Apple’s announcements were straightforward and almost obvious.

The new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 are good updates, adding features people wanted and improving things that already exist, don’t get me wrong. They are iterative, though. It is disappointing that both of Apple’s flagship hardware announcements look almost identical to their predecessors.

The updates Apple gave us this year are solid but nothing extraordinary. Nothing that compels me to preorder. I normally leave an Apple event unsatisfied with what I have, wanting the new thing and I really don’t feel that this time..

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08:55
Apple warns investors it won't announce iPhone...

Apple will break tradition and won't announce launch sales of the upcoming iPhone 7, the company announced on Thursday, due to demand for the next-generation handset outstripping supply.

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08:39
Rapidly-growing Apple Music tops 17 million...

In spite of only launching a little over a year ago, Apple Music has already exceeded 17 million subscribers, Apple announced at its Sept. 7 press event.

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08:29
Apple Hopes iPhone 7 Extras Will Make Up for Missing...


Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday officially unveiled the iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus, confirming a rumor that has evoked widespread dread: The company has ditched its traditional headphone jacks. The new iPhones are sleeker than their predecessors, though, as well as water resistant. Their biggest plus might be the advanced camera lenses that create what Apple touts as the most sophisticated smartphone camera in the world. Cook also led his team in the introduction of the next-generation Apple Watch.

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08:08
AirPods hands-on: They stayed in my ears and sounded...

Susie Ochs, writing for Macworld:

I didn’t want to like the AirPods, I really didn’t. But in the hands-on area after Apple’s iPhone 7 event on Wednesday, I found myself dancing along in spite of myself—and the AirPods stayed put, feeling surprisingly secure. With convenient features on both the hardware and software sides, I have to admit that Apple’s totally-wireless AirPods kind of rocked my world.

And (my favorite):

Not only did I dance, I headbanged. I shook my head side to side, I tossed my hair, I jogged in place, and I looked silly doing all of it. The AirPods stayed put, and they stayed loud. The music (more Sia, naturally) sounded full and lush and I couldn’t hear a single word anyone around me was saying, as if I was completely sealed off in a bubble of rock and roll. Pretty impressive.

Obviously, a big part of this is the fit. Give them a try, see how they feel in your ears.

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07:41
T-Mobile offers free iPhone 7 to anyone who trades...

It’s not even iPhone 7 pre-order day yet and T-Mobile has already dropped an amazing deal for the updated smartphone.

New and existing customers can get an iPhone 7 for free with the trade in of an iPhone 6/6s. T-Mobile will hand you up to $650 in monthly bill credits over a 2-year time span, which covers the cost of a 32GB iPhone 7. If you’re looking at a more expensive model like one with more storage or iPhone 7 Plus, you’ll be required to “pay a little more upfront.” The effective value of this offer is well above what you can expect from traditional trade in services.

T-Mobile’s free iPhone 7 promo is slated to go live at the same time pre-orders ...

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07:40
3rd-gen Apple TV departs Apple retail, remains at...

Even though Apple didn't update last year's fourth generation Apple TV at Wednesday's "See You on Sept. 7" event, the three-year-old third generation Apple TV is being pulled from its store shelves -- but other big box retailers aren't doing the same, yet.

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07:14
How the Apple Watch Series 2's 'swim-proof...

At its press event on Wednesday, Apple made a big deal out of the Apple Watch Series 2 being "swim-proof" -- here's how the technology operates, and what its limitations are.

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07:11
Penguin swims 5,000 miles every year for reunion...

This story is from back in March, but ran across it this morning. Fantastic and heartwarming.

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07:08
Apple: we’re confident that the iPhone 7 will sell...

Apple says it’s confident that the new iPhone 7 — which is available for pre-order starting tomorrow — will be a hot seller. The company has historically provided pre-order sales volume, though now it says considers it "no longer a representative metric" since "initial sales will be governed by supply, not demand."

In a statement o CNBC, Apple said: to CNBC: "We expect iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be incredibly popular with customers and we are thrilled to begin taking pre-orders on September 9. Customers will receive their new iPhones starting September 16. In years past, we've announced how many new iPhones had been sold as of the first weekend following launch. But as we have expanded our distribution through carriers and resellers to hundreds of thousands of locations around the world, we are now at a point where we know before taking the first customer pre-order that we will sell out of iPhone 7....

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07:07
US Fall foliage site let’s you fine peak foliage in...

Launch the map, then drag the slider ’til your part of the country turns a pleasing shade of burnt orange. That’s the foliage peak. Nice resource. Pass it along.

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07:03
XCOM 2 Reinforcement Pack: out now on the Mac App...

The XCOM 2 Reinforcement Pack is now available at the Mac App Store. Owners of the $49.99 strategy game XCOM 2 can now upgrade their XCOM army and play new narrative-based missions with the Reinforcement Pack, now available as an in-app purchase.

The Reinforcement Pack comprises three themed DLC packs: Anarchy’s Children, Alien Hunters, and Shen’s Last Gift, and introduces over 100 exotic armor customizations, adds two exciting missions, four new alien Ruler enemies, and a brand new soldier class, complete with new upgradable weapons and armor. The three DLC packs are also available to buy separately as in-app purchases.

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07:03
Apple’s official iPhone 7 page

From the official iPhone 7 page:

iPhone 7 dramatically improves the most important aspects of the iPhone experience. It introduces advanced new camera systems. The best performance and battery life ever in an iPhone. Immersive stereo speakers. The brightest, most colorful iPhone display. Splash and water resistance. And it looks every bit as powerful as it is. This is iPhone 7.

Immerse yourself in the gorgeous imagery. I was immediately drawn to the shiniest of the shiny, the jet black iPhone 7 Plus. I’ve gotten feedback that the matte black finish does a better job of hiding scratches and other imperfections, but I just love the look of this phone. I’ll be careful with it, I promise!

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06:58
Stereo sound on iPhone 7 uses standard speaker plus...

Apple's new stereo sound implementation on the iPhone 7 series of phones utilizes the bottom speaker in conjunction with a balanced earphone on the device, instead of a second edge-mounted speaker.

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06:58
AAPL won’t reveal opening weekend iPhone sales,...

With a big question mark over whether the iPhone 7 will be perceived as a genuine new model or a second S-year, all eyes were going to be on the opening weekend sales numbers. It seems we’re not going to get the chance, however: Apple has just told CNBC that it will not be revealing this information.

The company claims that the decision was made for logistical reasons …

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06:57
3D scanner and software comes to the Mac

Fuel3D, a 3D capture and imaging company, has updated its Fuel3D Studio software. In addition to several new features, the software is now available for OS X, making SCANIFY, the company’s high speed 3D scanner, available to Mac users for the first time.

The $1,490 SCARIFY is a handheld, point-and-shoot 3D scanner that captures high-resolution, color 3D models of objects in in under 0.1 seconds, according to Fuel3D CEO Stuart Mead. The scanner is designed for use across a range of 3D applications, including 3D printing and personalization, as well as on-screen applications like 3D animation and virtual reality.

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06:56
Kirk McElhearn: Apple’s AirPod mistake

Kirk McElhearn:

Yesterday Apple introduced AirPods. What a mistake.

While I appreciate the uniqueness of these headphones, I predict that in a year or two, they’ll have gone the way of the gold Apple Watch Edition.

You know how you’re walking or running and one of your earbuds falls out? You grab the cord, reel it in, and put it back in your ear. And then you go on walking or running. With AirPods, one of them will fall out, and you’ll watch as someone steps on it, or as it falls down a subway grating.

I can also see that, as you get on a bus or subway, someone grabs at one of your AirPods to snatch it, and you’re listening only to one channel of music for the rest of the day.

Click to the main post for my take on all this.

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06:45
Opinion: Does the iPhone 7 justify the hype, or is...

So, the iPhone 7 is official. Apple is the master of the art of presentation, so the new iPhones were introduced with all the breathless wonder and gorgeous photography we’ve come to expect. But now that the event is over, and we’re examining what we’ve seen in the cold light of day, does the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus justify the hype?

Let’s start with the obvious: there weren’t many surprises. Most of the rumors were true, so what we saw yesterday was – in the main – what we expected.

The design was pretty much identical to the mockups. And the mockups were pretty much identical to the iPhone 6s. The modified antenna lines are much neater, and the camera bump a little less obtrusive, but really the only significantly new thing design-wise were those two black colors …

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06:42
Just the good stuff from yesterday’s Apple event

Nice wrap-up from Digg, heavy on the pictures.

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06:40
Upgrading your existing iPhone to an iPhone 7

The only thing that could make this better was if it was April 1st.

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06:37
Jason Snell’s take on yesterday’s Apple event

If you haven’t already, take a few minutes to read Jim Dalrymple’s thoughtful reaction to yesterday’s event.

With that in mind, set aside some time to read Jason Snell’s take for Six Colors. I’m a fan of Jason’s writing, and his take really resonated with me.

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06:28
∞ Why Pokémon Go on Apple Watch is a brilliant match

As those who play Pokémon Go know, the current game requires you to keep your phone out with the app running in order to detect nearby Pokémon, trigger PokéStops, and accumulate egg-hatching kilometers as you walk. This is a battery drainer and a bit of a pain.

With Pokémon Go on your wrist, you can do all of the above with your phone in your pocket. Smart. The only thing that requires your iPhone is the actual act of catching a Pokémon, something that happens occasionally, rather than continuously.

Great partnership here. One that will solidify the existing Pokémon Go base, bring new players, and sell some Apple Watches. Smart.

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06:14
∞ In case you weren’t certain how the New York Times...

My 2 cents on the New York Times coverage of the new wave of Apple products. Some angry journalism there.

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05:53
Watch: Hands-on video with Apple's jet black...

The highly anticipated iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were unveiled in San Francisco this week, and AppleInsider was there for a hands-on look at the new jet black glossy finish and dual-lens cameras. Here's a quick look and rundown of everything you need to know about the new iPhone, coming Sept. 16.

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05:52
Future Apple Watch bands may be ‘dynamically...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20160255944) for for “dynamic fit adjustment for wearable electronic devices.” If the invention ever sees the light of day, we could have Apple Watches that allow users to “dynamically adjust” the wearable device’s watchband without having to remove it.

For example, the Apple Watch itself could control one or more actuators that are mechanically coupled to either the housing or to a band attached to the wearable electronic device. In one example, in response to a signal to increase the tightness of the band, the tensioner can cause the actuators to increase the tension within the band.

Some watch bands have an incrementally user-adjustable size (e.g., a buckling clasp, pin and eyelet, etc.) whereas other bands have a substantially fixed size, adjustable only with specialized tools and/or expertise (e.g., folding clasp, deployment clasp, snap-fit clasp, etc.). Still other bands may be elasticated expansion-type...

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05:31
Irish parliament backs Apple on its tax bill appeal

Ireland's government won strong backing from parliament for its appeal against a €13B (about $14.5 billion) back tax bill the European Commission ordered it to collect from Apple, following 12 hours of debate on Wednesday.

Lawmakers said a failure to challenge the judgment would threaten future investment in Ireland by U.S. companies looking to sell in Europe, a central pillar of the country's decades-old growth strategy.

The European Commission, Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency, has claimed that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big companies avoid tax in other countries, including EU members. The commission suspects Ireland was too lenient in rulings it gave to Apple and which helped the company shield tens of billions of dollars in profit from taxation. At 12.5%, Ireland’s corporate...

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05:15
Apple announces Apple Watch Series 2, pre-orders to...

Apple took the wrapping off the second-gen Apple Watch today during its media event.

The new unit, dubbed the “Apple Watch Series 2”, boasts a dual-core processor, a brighter display, swim-proof capabilities and built-in GPS. This new model has a redesigned speaker to make it water-resistant down to 50 meters. Other than that, this updated smartwatch looks near-identical to the first Apple Watch, now known as Apple Watch Series 1, which was only splash-proof.

Unfortunately, the new unit lacks the much-anticipated cellular connectivity, meaning you’ll still need to pair it to an iPhone for data-heavy operations and calls.

As expected, the Apple Watch Series 2 will arrive will watchOS 3 and will be available on September 13th.

Apple has also...

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05:03
Ireland to Europe: No, Apple doesn't owe us

Ireland will join Apple in appealing the European Commission’s finding that Apple owes the country more than US$14 billion in back taxes.

The Dail, Ireland’s parliament, voted 93 to 36 late Wednesday night to file an appeal against the ruling, which came out last week. The government is now set to ask the EC to reverse its ruling, which said Ireland’s tax treatment of Apple from 2003 to 2014 was illegal and distorted competition.

Ireland could stand to gain €13 billion ($14.5 billion) in tax revenue from the ruling, but government officials and lawmakers said imposing the tax would hurt the country’s reputation as a good place to do business.

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05:00
Apple announces iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus units at...

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets hit today.

And that may be why you see your neighbors gathering torches and pitchforks regarding the removal of the headphone jack today.

The new handsets boast a 64-bit four-core A10 Fusion processor, stereo speakers positioned on opposite ends of the device, a flush Force-sensitive home button with a Taptic Engine for haptic feedback, and IP67-standard water and dust resistance. As rumored, the headphone jack has been removed and Apple is offering a wired Lightning in-ear EarPod headphones and a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter are included in the box. Apple is offering Siri-enabled wireless earbuds called AirPods as a separate accessory, available for $159 in late October.

The new iPhone features a faster, more energy efficient...

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05:00
Apple’s audio devices attempt to capture greater...

Apple’s media event yesterday keynote introduced the iPhone 7 family and its elimination of the industry-standard 3.5mm headphone jack, along with these Lightning EarPods and wireless AirPods. The Apple-owned Beats brand unveiled the Beats Solo 3 Wireless, Beats X, and Powerbeats 3 Wireless.

All three newly-announced Beats models incorporate Apple’s W1 chipset and thus have the same simplified pairing and setup as the AirPods with iPhone 7 and Watch 2. These new products match, rather than exceed, the technological envelope already created by competitors in the audio and mobile accessories markets,” says Paul Erickson, senior analyst, Connected Home at IHS Technology.

“However, when taken in combination with the W1 chipset, a rise in convenience is offset by a clear aggregate move by Apple to move iOS device owners’ accessories purchases away from third parties and industry standards, and more distinctly into Apple’s own...

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04:30
The Saddleback Leather Satchel will bring out the...

I live in Nashville, Tennessee, and the stereotype of guys here is that we're burly dudes with cowboy hats and boots who drive pick-ups with gun racks. I'm 160 pounds, go hatless and prefer tennis shoes to boots. I also drive an Escort (gun not included).

But I can ride a horse and -- yippee ki yay -- if the Saddleback Leather Satchel from Saddleback doesn't bring out the cowboy in me. And it may bring out the cowgirl in you ladies.

Saddleback Leather specializes in bags made of real saddle leather. The Saddleback Leather Satchel is a full quarter-inch thick, meticulously cut and hand-stitched, and simply jaw-dropping. You'll have to pony up $308 to $520 for this baby. That's a lot of loot, but I doubt there's a more durable briefcase in existence. And, unlike most of its ilk, this will only look better (more authentic, perhaps) as it experiences wear and tear.

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04:00
How to send an email with Siri

Yesterday we looked at how to send a text message by dictating with Siri. You can also use Apple’s personal digital assistant on your iPhone or iPad to send an email. Here’s how:

  • Press and hold the Home button to activate Siri (or say “Hey, Siri” if you iPhone supports this feature).
  • Say something like “Email Matt Sellers” or “Send an email to Matt Sellers.” Or you can send an email to multiple recipients with a phrase like “Send an email to Matt Sellers and Katie Sellers.”
  • Siri opens your Messages app and grabs the email address of the person or persons you’re emailing. If the contact has more than one email address, you’ll be asked to choose the address you wish to use.
  • Tell Siri the subject of the email. For example: “Volleyball practice Thursday night.”
  • Dictate to Siri the contents of the email.
  • Wait for Siri to confirm the content of your text.
  • Tap Send or say Yes to send your email.

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03:53
Brexit bites: Apple raises European prices to...

While Apple is offering its doubled-capacity iPhone 7 in the U.S. for the same price as last year’s 6s, the UK and other European countries are not so fortunate. Apple has increased UK prices by between 11% and 15%, depending on the model.

It’s not just iPhone prices, either – similar increases have been made to the cost of the iPad range and various Apple accessories …

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03:30
Australian airlines ban use of Samsung's Galaxy...

Australian airlines Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia have told passengers not to power up or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on its planes. "We are requesting that passengers who own them do not switch on or charge them in flight," Qant...

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03:00
Super Mario Is Coming To The iPhone

One of the first announcements made at Apple's iPhone 7 launch event was that Nintendo's Super Mario Bros franchise will be coming to the iPhone. The announcement was short, sparse with details, but certainly well received. Popular Mechanics reports: "Nintendo head Shigeru Miyamoto took the stage early in Apple's iPhone 7 reveal in San Francisco today to announce and demonstrate the new game Super Mario Run, the first Mario game for the iPhone. The game is simple: Mario runs completely, a la Temple Run, and you push buttons to make him jump and try to reach the end of the levels. Miyamoto says 'you can play the game one-handed for the very first time.' There's a battle mode, too, where you try to top friends' scores. Super Mario Run will come out sometime this fall before the holiday season. Pricing is TBA, but Miyamoto promises there will be a single price and no in-app purchases." In a separate report via Kotaku, Nintendo said, "We do intend to release the game on Android devices...

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03:00
Cord cutting is a bigger bargain than ever

Cable TV apologists keep offering the same tired defense against cord cutting. When will they learn?

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02:15
Raspberry Pi has now sold 10 million computers

There's no doubt about it: the Raspberry Pi has changed the game for tech hobbyists and tinkerers alike. In four and a half years, we've seen the company expand its line-up to cater for smaller budgets, incorporate more features into its computing bo...

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02:00
Where, when, and how to preorder your iPhone 7 and 7...

It seems like just yesterday that Apple announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with stereo speakers, overhauled cameras, and splash-proof capabilities. Oh, wait, it was yesterday. And now it’s time to preorder your shiny (or matte) new iPhone. Preorders start on Friday, September 9 at 12:01 a.m Pacific. Yep, that’s right after midnight, so don’t go to bed Thursday night without setting your alarm.

Apple.com may seem like the most obvious choice to preorder your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. But you can also get it from the Apple Store app for iOS, which tends to work very smoothly in our past experience. Apple even recommends going this route, and it should certainly...

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01:19
Parrot's latest project is a dev kit to help...

French drone company Parrot has just announced the Parrot S.L.A.M.dunk, a special development kit meant to aid drones and other robots avoid obstacles while indoors.

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01:01
BBC iPlayer will let you 'restart' live...

Sometimes you'll race home and boot up BBC iPlayer, only to find that you've missed the start of your favourite show. Fiddlesticks. It's an important week on The Great British Bake Off. Never mind, at least you can press "restart" on a laptop, PC or...

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00:01
Nest ships its Nest Cam Outdoor and shows off new...

Nest Cam users will need a subscription to get all the new features, but non-subscribers aren't left totally in the cold.

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00:01
Nest makes finding security camera highlights easier

The great thing about having a camera trained on your home 24 hours a day is that you can see the exact moment something exciting (or terrible like a break in) happens. The worst part is that you have to scan through all that footage to find the inst...

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00:01
Nest's smart thermostat now comes in limited...

Nest's third-generation Learning Thermostat wasn't exactly a design revolution -- surprise, it's another metal puck with a display -- but the company is doing something to jazz things up. It's introducing limited edition versions of the smart tempera...

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23:14
Apple Pay to launch in Japan, New Zealand and Russia...

Somewhat overshadowed by Wednesday's big iPhone and Apple Watch product announcements, Apple announced its fledgling payments service, Apple Pay, is set to expand into Japan, New Zealand and Russian later this year.

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22:05
'Star Trek Online' launches for free on...

Star Trek Online arrived on PC in the busy MMORPG scene in February 2010, just as the sun started to set on the genre. But the game followed industry trends to keep its playerbase, relaunching in January 2012 with a free-to-play tier and releasing se...

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21:23
PS4 Pro will take UHD screenshots and broadcast...

In addition to running games at higher resolution, the PlayStation 4 Pro will also take bigger and more detailed screenshots as well. Hitting the Share button on the controller will grab a 4K-sized image of whatever is on-screen at that moment accord...

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21:15
The $10,000 golden Apple Watch is no more

Enlarge / The Apple Watch Edition is now ceramic, and also like $9,000 cheaper. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

When Apple announced its Watch Series 2 earlier today, it said that the watch would come in a new ceramic white finish to complement the returning aluminum and stainless steel finishes. Completely absent was any mention of the Apple Watch Edition branding, which Apple used last year to launch a pair of $10,000-and-up Apple Watches that worked the same way as the cheap ones but were made out of actual gold instead of workaday, plebeian metals.

It turns out that...

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21:04
Instagram to take advantage of iPhone 7 Plus cameras...

Popular photo sharing app Instagram is developing an app update specifically designed to take advantage of Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the latter of which boasts two cameras for wide angle and telephoto photography.

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20:57
$35 Pokémon Go Plus accessory will go on sale...

Pokémon Go players will have their choice of accessories soon, since the $35/£35 Pokémon Go Plus accessory will be available September 16th "in most countries." Earlier today the game's makers reported over 500 million downloads a...

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20:19
What happened at the iPhone event

If you're still reeling from the loss of the headphone jack and need to catch up with all of today's Apple news, Engadget's own Michael Gorman breaks down the new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2 introduced at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium this m...

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19:46
Sony brought new PS4 accessories too

Sony didn't talk about it much during today's PlayStation Meeting event, but the reworked DualShock 4 (CUH-ZCT2) spotted in earlier leaks is real. The touchpad is a bit see through, allowing that line on the top to display whatever color the lightbar...

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19:34
DirecTV now streams many more channels on your phone

AT&T is pushing hard to get you streaming DirecTV on your smartphone. An update to the DirecTV iOS and Android apps mean you can now stream many more of the TV channels you can get at home. In The Verge's testing, the only big exceptions were 4K...

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18:50
Apple Cites 'Courage' As Reason To Remove...

It didn't come as much of a surprise when Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller revealed that the iPhone 7 doesn't feature a headphone jack, since rumors have mentioned this possibility months before the announcement. In fact, what some may find more surprising is Apple's justification. The company cited three reasons why they decided to eighty-six the port, as well as one word: "courage." Ars Technica reports: "[Schiller said] the company can't justify the continued use of an 'ancient' single-use port. He described the amount of technology packed into the iPhone, saying each element in Apple's phones is fighting for space, and it's at a premium. Schiller explained that no company has tried to deliver a wireless experience between your devices and your headphones that fixes the things that are currently difficult to do -- and since there's only one major industry-wide wireless-audio standard, it's easy to assume that he's talking about Bluetooth there (though he didn't say the B-word out...

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18:45
What you need to know about Apple Watch Series 2...

Although iPhone 7 hogged the spotlight at Apple's Sept. 7 special event, the company also announced a hotly anticipated update to its wearables lineup in Apple Watch Series 2. The second-generation device ships next week with GPS capabilities, faster processor, swim-proof housing, a new ceramic edition and more.

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18:39
macOS Sierra is set to launch on September 20

We barely heard a thing about the Mac and macOS during Apple’s big iPhone-centric event on Wednesday, but it turns out that Tim Cook had something planned after all. Shortly after the event wrapped up, Apple revealed that macOS Sierra, the company’s next operating system for the Mac, will hit the Mac App Store on September 20. 

Apple gave us a sneak peak of Sierra during the company’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June. It’s the first OS for the Mac that includes Siri, and will also bring Apple Pay to the Mac. We’re also excited about Optimized Storage, Picture in Picture, Tabs, and Universal Clipboard. Oh, and changes to Photos, too. 

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17:56
Apple defends decision to ditch 3.5mm jack, says...

As expected, Apple did not include a 3.5mm headphone jack in its upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets, but company executives say the legacy port's demise has been a long time coming.

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17:46
Apple beginning to phase out third-gen Apple TV from...

While this afternoon’s Apple announcements didn’t focus on the Apple TV, the company today did take the first steps towards officially phasing out the third-generation Apple TV model. Apple has removed the third-gen Apple TV from its online store, while a source indicates to us that Apple retail locations are also pulling the device from shelves.

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17:42
Watch Apple's iPhone 7 event in 15 minutes

Today's Apple event was jam packed with new gear, new features and more. If you missed any of the details on the new iPhone 7 and 7s, including all of the info on the new camera tech, we've got a quick recap for you. Catch up on all of today's announ...

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17:30
Modified USB Ethernet Adapter Can Steal Windows and...

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Softpedia: An attacker can use a modified USB Ethernet adapter to fool Windows and Mac computers into giving away their login credentials. The attack relies on using a modified USB Ethernet adapter that runs special software, which tricks the attacked computer into accepting the Ethernet adapter as the network gateway, DNS, and WPAD server. The attack is possible because most computers will automatically install any plug-and-play (PnP) USB device. Even worse, when installing the new (rogue) USB Ethernet adapter, the computer will give out the local credentials needed to install the device. The custom software installed on the USB intercepts these credentials and logs them to an SQLite database. This attack can take around 13 seconds to carry out, and the USB Ethernet adapter can be equipped with an LED that tells the attacker when the login credentials have been stolen.

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17:18
Vizio's Cast-powered speakers offer an...

Vizio first announced plans to bring Google Cast to its wireless speakers back in March. Now that the multi-room SmartCast Crave 360 is available for purchase, Vizio hopes you'll give it a look instead of splurging for some Sonos gear. As you might e...

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17:02
Video roundup: Hands-on with the new iPhone 7,...

After months of rumors and leaks, Apple today officially took the wraps off of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. While Apple showed off a good portion of what’s new on stage during various demos, there are always a few things left over that potential customers would like a first-hand look at. Members of the press who were in the audience during Apple’s event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium had an opportunity to go hands-on with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as the truly wireless AirPods and the Apple Watch Series 2…

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16:55
Hands on with the iPhone 7: A brief peek at the...

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    The iPhone 6S is on top, it's pretty easy to tell.

    Andrew Cunningham

The rumors got a lot right about the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Its design isn't too far off from the 6S and 6S Plus, it has an immovable Home button, the Plus has a dual-camera setup to simulate optical zoom, and (crucially) that headphone jack is gone.

But aside from that sticking point, the new iPhones offer a lot of the solid technological...

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16:30
Apple executives defend removal of the ‘dinosaur’...

Apple earlier today made its decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 official. As with most controversial moves, the decision was met with mixed feelings from customers, but in a new interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple’s Phil Schiller, Greg Joswiak, Dan Riccio, and Tim Cook are defending the decision, as well as touching on other things…

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16:25
Caption Contest: Tim Cook shows Maddie Ziegler the...

Apple unveiled its newest iPhone in San Francisco today and, despite some backlash over its "courageous" stand in removing the handset's conventional headphone jack, the iPhone 7 seemed well-received by the crowd. Among those in attendance, Maddie Zi...

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16:23
Everything you need to know about preordering Apple...

In just a few short days, the new iPhone 7 will be available for preorder ahead of its Sept. 16 launch. AppleInsider is here to guide you through your choices to help you decide which model is right for you.

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16:13
Inside iPhone 7: Why Apple killed the headphone jack

Another good look at Apple’s reasoning behind killing the headphone jack.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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16:03
Apple debuts new videos promoting health, 107-second...

Following Apple's iPhone event on Wednesday, the company released a handful of videos showcasing the keynote and upcoming products, including iPhone 7, Apple Watch and AirPods, as well as five shorts promoting healthy life choices.

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16:00
Nintendo loses a little piece of its identity with...

Today, Nintendo announced Super Mario is going mobile -- Super Mario Run will launch on iOS and Android before the end of the year. We knew the company was making more content for smartphones, but for long-time Nintendo fans, this announcement still...

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15:51
Everything Apple announced during the iPhone 7...

More than just an iPhone event

While the iPhone 7 was Apple’s headliner, Tim Cook and friends had plenty of other announcements and news to share during the company’s annual fall event on Wednesday. From a waterproof Apple Watch to wireless earbuds with a sprinkle of Super Mario (yes, really!), this event was one for the books. Read on to see everything Apple announced.

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15:45
PlayStation 4 Pro games look amazing, but don't...

The PlayStation 4 Pro is undoubtedly the most powerful game console I've ever seen. Its GPU (powered by AMD's new Polaris technology) is more than twice as fast as the original PS4, and it sports a faster clock speed as well. But while Sony is market...

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15:41
AppleCare+ gains $29 screen swaps, makes $99 fee...

In tandem with announcing the iPhone 7 on Wednesday, Apple also revised its AppleCare+ plans for iPhones, instituting a $29 screen replacement option but forcing all customers to pay $99 for any other form of accident repair.

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