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Thursday September 28

10:42
'Apple community' pulls in $13M for...




The "Apple community" -- including workers and customers -- has raised over $13 million for the relief of recent hurricanes hitting the U.S. and the Caribbean, and earthquakes in Mexico, Apple said on Thursday.

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10:35
Apple seeds first public betas of iOS 11.1, macOS 10...




Apple has released initial public betas iOS 11.1, macOS 10.13.1, and tvOS 11.1, giving the broader public a chance to test out new features and bugfixes.

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10:26
Apple releases first iOS 11.1, tvOS 11.1, and macOS...

Apple has released the first iOS 11.1, tvOS 11.1, and macOS 10.13.1 public betas for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac. Each public beta versions come one day after the release of the first developer beta updates to iOS 11, tvOS 11, and macOS 10.13.

more…

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09:52
With a Stolen iCloud Password, Your Mac Can Be Held...

Users who have Find My Mac enabled but are relying on weak iCloud passwords that have been stolen in mass breaches have had their Macs locked by extortionists. We need to change iCloud passwords immediately and longer term, give up outdated password ideas.

 

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09:47
GoPro launches iPhone-connected $499 4K Hero 6 Black...




GoPro on Wednesday took the wraps off of its fall 2017 lineup headlined by the new Fusion camera, capturing footage in 360 degrees and using an iPhone's gyroscopes to edit the scene, as well as a new Hero 6 Black capable of capturing 4K video at 60 frames per second. AppleInsider was there for the event in San Francisco with exclusive images and details.

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09:38
Apple Pay Cash may launch in late October after...

Apple Pay Cash, Apple’s upcoming person-to-person payment product that debuted at its WWDC developer conference this past June, is scheduled to be released in late October. This according to a footnote at the bottom of its Apple Watch Series 1 website. more…

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09:36
FCC chairman urges Apple to activate FM radios in...




The chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, has renewed pressure on Apple to turn on the FM radios hidden inside every iPhone, citing how useful that might have been during Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 12″ MacBook $1,100, 15″ Touch...

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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09:03
Mellel 4.0.1

Maintenance release for the word processor designed for long documents. ($59 new, free update, 93.6 MB)

 

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08:57
FCC demands Apple ‘put the safety of the American...

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has once again publicly called out Apple over not enabling FM radio chips in iPhones during recent natural disasters. Pai’s pointed statement follows the NAB renewing its own push for Apple to enable FM radio access on iPhones.

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08:55
External Link: Apple Documents Face ID Security...

Apple has released a white paper explaining some of the finer details of Face ID, the facial recognition system coming with the iPhone X. Much like Touch ID, Face ID stores only a partial version of your biometric data on the device, so even if an attacker extracted the data, they couldn’t reconstruct your face. Also, Face ID occasionally adds photos from successful logins to its model so it can continue to recognize you as your face changes over time. Unfortunately, Face ID may not be adequate to foil evil twins (we’re not kidding!).

 

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08:51
Apple Music breaks through to 30 million subscribers




Apple Music has topped 30 million paid subscribers, Apple confirmed on Thursday, supplying background for an interview with executives Jimmy Iovine and Larry Jackson, and Beats 1 DJ Zane Lowe.

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08:12
Video: The best wireless chargers for iPhone 8 and...




The launch of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus mark the debut of Qi wireless inductive charging in Apple's products. But which charging pad is the best option for your new iPhone? AppleInsider gives you the scoop.

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07:57
How to set separate controls for left and right...




Installing iOS 11 also updates the functionality of connected AirPods, giving users the ability to set separate, customizable controls for each wireless earpiece.

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07:56
Trump's proposed tax cuts could be a big deal...

Tax cuts proposed by President Trump and the Republicans could be huge for tech companies such as Apple, notes The Mercury News.

The proposal would cut corporate taxes to 20% from the current 35% to “[stop] corporations from shipping jobs and capital overseas” and reducing taxes on foreign profits. Apple alone holds $231 billion overseas, or 94 percent of the $246 billion cash hoard the company had as of the end of 2016, according to a Moody’s annual investor report in July.

Apple has long advocated for lower taxes on profit made outside its home country, especially because its size and success make it a popular target for critics of American companies that keep most of their money overseas. In 2013, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other Apple execs were called to testify before Congress about the company’s tax avoidance. Cook said, “...

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07:49
NAB wants Apple to implement FM radio features in...

Though the iPhone includes FM radio chips, Apple hasn’t activated the feature, which would allow the smartphones to listen to FM radio. According to some critics, this puts lives in danger.

This hurricane season, ham radio operators often end up being the only existing news networks for reports from stricken islands and cities. Affected folks had to use FM radio to find out what to do and where to find help.

"Broadcasters are providing information on how to evacuate quickly, where flood waters are raging, how to get out of harm’s way if there’s a tornado or a hurricane," Dennis Wharton, a spokesman for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), told Bloomberg. "The notion that Apple or anyone else would block this type of information is something that we find fairly troubling.”

The NAB has been lobbying...

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07:42
Apple Music hits 30M paid subscribers, but the...

Apple Music continues to grow, Billboard reporting that it has now hit 30M paid subscribers – up from 27M in June. But Jimmy Iovine, who heads up the service, thinks what Apple is offering to subscribers isn’t yet good enough.

I don’t believe that what exists right now is enough […] Just because we’re adding millions of subscribers and the old catalog numbers are going up, that’s not the trick. That’s just not going to hold.

He made the remarks in a new interview …

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07:39
Osmo MindRacers toy combines iPad with Hot Wheels...




Osmo on Thursday launched MindRacers, a toy combining a docked iPad, an app, and real-world Hot Wheels cars.

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07:34
Apple Music tops 30 million paid subscribers

Apple Music exec Jimmy Iovine tells Billboard that the streaming music service now has “well over” 30 million paid subscribers. That’s up from the 27 million announced at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June. 

Spotify had 60 million paid subscribers in July. Apple Music doesn’t offer a free tier like Spotify does, offers up a free three-month trial to new users. After the free trial period, it costs $4.99 for a student license, $9.99 for a single user license, and $14.99 for a family license.

Apple reports Apple Music revenue as part of the catch-all Services segment, which reported $7.3 billion in third quarter revenue. That’s up 22% year-over-year.

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07:20
Realistic AR drone simulator is fun today, could...

An augmented reality drone simulator powered by Apple’s ARKit allows users to fly a virtual quadrocopter wherever they are.

“ARKit is a game-changer,” says Taylor Moore, co-founder of CircleSquare Entertainment. “We were actually working very hard on a drone racing game – but dropped everything when we realized that we could offer iOS users the kind of augmented reality no one has ever seen before. DroneTopolis AR is like having a Drone in your Pocket.”

You can fly your virtual drone in places the real thing wouldn’t be allowed, fly through virtual ‘hoops’ and record and stream your flights to share with friends …

more…

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07:15
An inside look at the iPhone X lock screen and home...

Benjamin Mayo, 9to5Mac:

The new Xcode 9.1 beta has also been released by Apple today with support for the new operating system updates: iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 and tvOS 11.1. It also includes a more fully-fledged iPhone X simulator, which demonstrates the new lock screen and home screen experiences.

There are also some onboarding videos, for things like activating Siri or revealing Control Center, which will be shown to iPhone X users upon setup.

Benjamin does a great job pulling together these inside looks at the iPhone X experience. Read his article, there’s a lot to it.

Here’s just a taste, a pair of onboarding videos, two different results when you swipe up from the bottom, one with a pause and one without, courtesy of Guilherme Rambo:

Remember I talked about onboarding videos when setting up the iPhone X? Here's the first one. pic.twitter.com/Fe5t3s8lgo

— Guilherme Rambo...

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07:03
Apple’s TV strategy becomes clearer as top stars...

The Hollywood Reporter:

The world’s biggest company is officially taking meetings as everyone from Jennifer Aniston to Steven Spielberg salivates over selling the first big show. One studio chief says, “Who wouldn’t want to be the ‘Mad Men’ or ‘House of Cards’ on Apple?”

And:

Though Apple isn’t looking to replicate the pace or scale of rival Netflix’s $6 billion annual spend, it is eager to be in the prestige content business in a significant way. Per multiple sources briefed on the company’s plans, its executives are looking for big, smart, splashy dramas, with at least one citing Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Crown as models. And though there are still plenty of questions — first and foremost, how will an Apple show be distributed? — talent is lining up to provide options.

And:

At press time, the company had bids out on only a handful of projects, including an update of Steven Spielberg’s 1980s sci-fi, horror, fantasy anthology series,...

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07:02
Anker unveils new AirPlay-enabled Capsule Portable...

It’s been a busy 2017 for Anker thus far, as the brand has expanded in many ways to smart home technology and other categories. Today, it’s launching a new campaign on Indiegogo under its Nebula sub-brand for the upcoming Capsule handheld projector.

Called the “world’s most advanced pocket cinema”, this soda-can sized device offers a range of connectivity options including AirPlay, Chromecast, Bluetooth and HDMI. All of which are supported by an internal battery pack that supplies upwards of 2.5-hours of playtime on a single charge.

more…

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07:01
Apple considering 'Full Active' LCDs from...




Apple is reportedly considering "Full Active" LCDs by Japan Display for use in some of next year's iPhones, perhaps supporting views it will make a slow transition to OLED.

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07:00
How Apple is managing the iPhone buying dilemma

So here are the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, in stores at last. But this time things are a little bit different—the hardest of the hard-core iPhone buyers are sitting out Apple’s annual roll-out of the latest iterative improvement to the iPhone. Of course, that’s because the iPhone X—a cutting-edge model that offers more than iterative improvement—is looming on the horizon.

This leaves Apple, the iPhone, and the people who buy it in a fall unlike any we’ve seen in some time. And in surveying people I know—hard-core Apple fans and casual iPhone users alike—I’ve been surprised at how different people are reacting to the different buying choices Apple is offering this time around.

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06:59
Deals: 13" MacBook Pro (16GB) for $1,599 ($100...




Shoppers looking for a 13" MacBook Pro with 16GB of memory can pick up a system for $1,599 after a $100 discount. Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro is also $50 to $60 off this week with prices starting at $599. Meanwhile, the Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro is $500 off with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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06:54
∞ HBO’s Steven Spielberg documentary

From HBO:

Through exclusive interviews with actors, family, and the filmmaker himself, this unprecedented documentary pulls back the curtain on the remarkable career of Steven Spielberg. Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, Liam Neeson, and many more.

Spielberg is one of the most consistently excellent directors on the planet. He’s certainly one of the most entertaining storytellers, a real master of his craft. As you watch the trailer (embedded in the main Loop post), think about the sheer number of great movies he’s brought to life.

As I’ve argued on Twitter, his batting average is not the best among directors, but to me, his overall body of work belongs at the top.

The documentary drops on October 7th.

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06:45
Apple patent describes how HomePods could...

One of the features Apple emphasized for its upcoming HomePod speaker is what the company refers to as ‘spacial awareness.’

HomePod uses spatial awareness to sense its location in a room and automatically adjust the audio. [This] automatic room-sensing technology allows HomePod to quickly learn its position in a room, whether it’s in a corner, on a table or in a bookshelf, and within seconds, is perfectly optimized to deliver an immersive music listening experience wherever it is placed.

This is a more efficient version of a semi-manual audio adjustment process used by other high-end speaker systems like Sonos and Naim. But a new Apple patent...

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06:41
Apple releases Face ID security guide

A few bits from Apple’s Face ID Security white paper:

When Face ID detects and matches your face, iPhone X unlocks without asking for the device passcode. Face ID makes using a longer, more complex passcode far more practical because you don’t need to enter it as frequently.

If Face ID was able to eliminate the passcode completely, users could use long, impossible to memorize strings, just as they would with strong passwords combined with a password manager. But the fact that you have to memorize the passcode (you won’t have to use it much, but you’ll still encounter situations where you’ll need it) limits the complexity. Not a complaint, just an observation.

Here’s when a passcode is still required:

  • You can always use your passcode instead of Face ID, and it’s still required under the following circumstances:
  • The device has just...
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06:28
Even a wee bit of anonymized location data is enough...

Fast Company:

“Companies often claim to have ‘anonymized’ your location history by taking your name off it,” says Peter Eckersley, the chief computer scientist of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. “But that is totally inadequate because you’re probably the only person who lives in your house and who works in your office, and it’s easy for any researcher or data scientist to look at a location trace and figure out who it belonged to.”

If you gave someone my location data, completely scrubbed of any identifying info other than geo-coordinates, it would be simple for them to turn that into my name, address, phone number and, with a bit of work, even more personalized information.

If my location data includes a stop at a house, especially if I only stop at one house, chances are good that’s my house. A simple lookup in a public tax database and they’ve got me, and a wealth of info about me.

Great article.

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06:19
Apple updates their Privacy page

Apple has always emphasized their belief in privacy. This update of their site makes that much clearer, with a focus on tentpole issues. There’s a lot of detail on this subsite. Apple’s commitment to privacy is strong and well laid out.

Take a look.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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06:10
Google pulls YouTube from Amazon Echo

Jan Dawson, Tech Narratives:

Amazon announced last night that Google had pulled its YouTube app from the former’s Echo Show device, the company’s first screen-based voice speaker. YouTube was one of very few video options available on the Echo Show, with Amazon’s own Prime Video being the main alternative.

Amazon has something Apple wants and seeks to emulate in Prime Video. Amazon wants to protect Prime Video, is using its storefront power to horsetrade with Apple, swapping Apple TV presence on Amazon.com for a Prime Video app on Apple TV.

Google and Amazon are fighting a different battle. At the very least, there’s Google Home vs Amazon Echo. But there’s a subtle shopping competitiveness as well, with both trying to work into the first place consumers go when they want to make a purchase.

All of this might have nothing to do with why Google pulled YouTube (the claim is that Amazon’s implementation broke YouTube’s terms of service). It might have more...

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06:08
B-Eng introduces a drag ’n drop encryption app for...

B-Eng has introduces Data Vault 1.0, a utility for automated encryption and decryption on any Mac. With its dual panel layout files can be dropped on the left panel to encrypt and on the right panel to decrypt. 

Encryption and decryption is fully automated in Data Vault, using military grade 256-Bit encryption technology. Thanks to its layout it can be used just like any dual panel file manager, according to Christian Schaffner, general manager of B-Eng.

Data Vault requires macOS 10.11 or later and costs $8.99. It’s available at the Mac App Store.

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05:29
Apple files for patents for a folded lens system...

Future iPhones and iPad could sport folded a folded lens system with three, four or five refractive lens as evidenced by new patent filings 20170276914, 20170276913, and 20170276912.

In the patent filings, Apple notes that the advent of small, mobile multipurpose devices such as smartphones and tablet or pad devices has resulted in a need for high-resolution, small form factor cameras for integration in the devices. However, due to limitations of conventional camera technology, conventional small cameras used in such devices tend to capture images at lower resolutions and/or with lower image quality than can be achieved with larger, higher quality cameras. 

Achieving higher resolution with small package size cameras generally requires use of a photosensor (also referred to as an image sensor) with small pixel size and a good, compact imaging lens system. Advances in technology have achieved reduction of the pixel size in photosensors. However, as photosensors become...

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05:28
Shortly after Apple finalizes its stake, Toshiba...

Shortly after Apple finalized its stake in the Bain Capital bid for Toshiba’s chip-making division, that bid has now been accepted by the Japanese corporation.

The delay in Toshiba finally accepting the bid was due to Apple demanding new terms, says a report …

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05:19
Toshiba signs a deal to sell its memory chip unit

Toshiba has signed a $17.7 billion deal to sell its memory chip unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital. Apple is among the companies included in the group.

The sale still faces legal challenges from partner Western Digital, as well as hurdles for antitrust clearance. Apple is interested as the move would allow it to lock in memory technology for its iPhone and other products.

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05:01
iBooks Author 2.6

Brings capability to images and videos from the Photos app and adds support for wide color gamut images. (Free, 409 MB)

 

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05:00
Microsoft announces Office 2019, states users will...

You’ll be able to purchase Microsoft Office 2019 outright as opposed to signing up and paying for it on a monthly basis, as you currently have to do with Microsoft Office 2016.

Office 2019 will ship in the second half of 2018, Microsoft said, with a preview version scheduled for mid-2018. The Office 2019 suite will include the standard complement of Office apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, plus server apps like Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business. It’s thought that Microsoft will offer different versions of Office 2019, including a version for the Mac, but executives didn’t say.

Microsoft has called Office 2019 a suite of “perpetual” apps wherein a customer pays for them with a one-time fee as opposed to a recurring subscription. The company will continue to offer Office 365 on a subscription basis with the payment spread out over a longer period of time. At present, Microsoft’s Office 365 Home retails for $100 per year.

Microsoft provides...

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05:00
watchOS developer beta 1 points to LTE music, radio...

Apple’s newly released watchOS 4.1 developer beta features expansions to the Apple Watch’s built-in Music app. This includes the ability to stream songs from Apple Music and iTunes Match via an LTE connection on the new Series 3 hardware.

The company has stated that LTE music streaming for the Apple Watch Series 3 will be available to the public in October at the earliest. The watchOS 4.1 developer beta 1 suggests that the feature will be available for launch within the coming weeks.

The release notes stated that users will be able to stream any song from either the Apple Music or iCloud Music Library. This also includes tracks purchased from iTunes and songs matched with iTunes Match.

Apple has also stated that users streaming with GPS and Bluetooth headphones can expect roughly four hours of uptime with the Apple Watch Series 3 while exercising outdoors.

In addition, watchOS 4.1 will also include a new Radio app that gives access to Beats 1 live...

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04:48
Next year’s LCD iPhones might allow OLED-style near-...

Although LCD iPhones are now starting to feel like the poor relation of the shiny new OLED screens used in the iPhone X, it seems that the gap between the two might get smaller next year.

Apple is reportedly considering using a new form of advanced LCD panel that would allow the same kind of near-bezel-free designs as OLED does today …

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04:30
Monster Park — Dino World is a fun introduction to...

Vito Technology has launched Monster Park - Dino World, a fun augmented reality (AR) app for iOS 11. 

The game lets you “see” and move dinosaurs with a compatible iDevice’s camera. Using tracking and light detection, you can, for instance, make a tyrannosaurus rex walk around a room and watch pterodactyls fly around (and zoom toward you). You can also open and enter a portal to take a look at the world of dinosaurs, which packs one impressive waterfall.

To move a dino, tap any place on the ground (or floor) you see on your iPhone or iPad screen to direct the dinosaur to this point. Hit the monster and watch what happens. You can make the dinosaur follow you, run away, or roam about freely.

Monster Park - Dino World is fun, at least for awhile, though it’s not something you’ll play for hours at a time. But for $2.99, it’s a fun way to dip into the AR world of iOS 11. Monster Park - Dino World is available at the...

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04:12
Comment: Apple’s future-proofing is why all Touch ID...

Apple yesterday shared details of how face recognition works on the iPhone X, but one thing that hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves is how Apple future-proofed its iOS authentication from the start.

This future-proofing is why all Touch ID enabled apps will automatically authenticate with Face ID without requiring developers to update …

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04:07
External Link: Twitter Doubling Character Limit to...

Say it isn’t so! Twitter has announced that it is doubling the character limit for tweets from 140 to 280, nominally to allow those who write in languages like English, French, and Spanish to express as much information as those who write in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Twitter is rolling the feature out slowly, and so far the accounts with the new 280-character limit are being as obnoxious as possible about it. But what else would you expect?

 

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04:00
How to create folders in tvOS 11

With a fourth or fifth generation Apple TV and tvOS 11, you can create folders in which you can collect similar apps. To create a folder:

  • Navigate to one app that you want in the folder.
  • Press down and hold the Siri Remote or Apple Remote to select the app. It will jiggle when selected.
  • Drag your finger lightly on the trackpad to move the app and hover over a second app that you wish to place in the same folder. A new folder will automatically appear.
  • Press the trackpad on the Siri or Apple remote to drop it into the newly created folder.
  • Press the Home button on the Siri Remote to go back to the Home screen in tvOS.

(This how-to is based on my experiences and info on Apple's support pages — where the images sometimes come from.)

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 28, 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

Mobile Creators has rolled out #filmphotography 1.0.1. The $2.99 app is dedicated to “film, film cameras, and the principles of photographic mastery” It helps film photography enthusiasts can get their hands on new film and new new cameras as well as dirt-cheap great cameras of old.

macOS Apps/Updates

Code Line has updated Art View 2, the Quick Look enhancement for Adobe Creative Cloud and Creative Suite documents. The utility allows users to preview, inspect, and reveal dependent font and image files from within Apple's Quick Look...

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01:01
Banktivity 6.2

Adds compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and re-introduces the Category Interval Report. ($64.99 new, free update, 19.0 MB)

 

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Wednesday September 27

22:17
James Cameron-led 'Terminator' sequel will...

1984 marked the year that James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton became superstars with The Terminator. Thirty-three years later, all three of them are back for more in a sequel that Cameron has said will take place directly afterTer...

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21:08
Declaration of Apple and Bain Capital's $18B...




Apple has reportedly finished negotiation of its financial arrangement with Bain Capital and other investors, with a possible announcement of terms of the consortium's deal for Toshiba's chip foundry to be made public as soon as Thursday.

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21:03
Amazon Echo, Echo Plus or Echo Spot: Which Alexa...

The answer was easy when there were just two models. Now Alexa is all over the place.

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20:43
White House: Yes, the president blocks critics on...

Yes, the president does block critics on Twitter. That's what the latest legal filing related to President Trump's Twitter activities has revealed. If you'll recall, seven individuals filed a lawsuit claiming Trump is violating the First Amendment by...

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20:31
Toyota's latest self-driving car is more aware...

Toyota barely unveiled its second-generation self-driving testbed half a year ago, but it's already back with an update. The automaker is showing off a Platform 2.1 research vehicle that has made some big technology strides... including some unusual...

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20:11
Report: Apple reaches ‘final terms’ for its piece of...

There’s finally and end in sight for the ongoing saga that is the sale of Toshiba’s memory chip unit. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has reached “final terms” to be part of Bain Capital’s $18 billion bid for the chip business…

more…

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19:54
ScreenFlow 7.1

Adds support for exporting HEVC files when running macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($129 new, free update from version 7, $39 upgrade, 55 MB)

 

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19:30
Should Twitter bring the timeline back to Apple...

Earlier today, Apple Watch users noticed that Twitter had seemingly killed off its Apple Watch app with a silent update to the iOS client. Given the release of the cellular Apple Watch, many had hoped developers would have a renewed interest in Apple Watch apps, but this doesn’t seem to be the case for Twitter…

more…

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19:09
Mark Zuckerberg explains post-election comments he...

Last November, Mark Zuckerberg said, "Personally, I think the idea that fake news on Facebook, of which it's a very small amount of the content, influenced the election in any way is a pretty crazy idea." Nearly a year later, and after evidence has b...

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18:57
What’s new in iOS 11.1 beta 1? Hands-on with new...

Earlier today, Apple released the first developer beta for iOS 11.1. Unlike the watchOS 4.1 beta for the Apple Watch, there aren’t any huge user-facing new features included in this release. However, there are quite a few subtle changes. Have a look at our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…

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18:00
Gogoro’s electric scooter-sharing program is coming...

After the success of its urban electric scooter-sharing pilot program in Taiwan back in 2015, Gogoro planned expansions into other cities, making its way to Berlin last year and Paris this summer. Next on its list: Japan. Gogoro is partnering with bu...

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17:54
OmniFocus 2.11

Addresses a number of compatibility issues with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($39.99 new, free update, 31.4 MB)

 

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17:05
Every new Echo announced today -- and a Fire TV

If you hadn't noticed, Amazon introduced a lot of devices at its Alexa-themed event -- so many that keeping tabs on them all could be a challenge in itself. Thankfully, you don't have to sweat it. We've rounded up all the new Alexa-powered hardware i...

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17:03
Nvidia releases new Pascal GPU drivers for macOS...

Nvidia today has released drivers for its PCI-E graphics cards for users running the latest version of macOS High Sierra. The drivers are for Quadro and GeForce Pascal-based models and should bring compatibility for legacy Mac Pro users running High Sierra. The release also includes beta drivers for Thunderbolt 3 eGPU setups on the 5K iMac and MacBook Pro.

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16:37
Cedars-Sinai Hospital unveils new Apple Watch app...

The Los Angeles-based hospital Cedars-Sinai has today announced a new Apple Watch app that makes it easier for patients to quickly locate doctors and find nearby clinics.

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15:25
Jony Ive to discuss 'The Shape of Things to...




Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is scheduled to appear at The New Yorker's Tech Fest in October, and will speak to the publication and gathered crowd about "The Shape of Things to Come."

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15:08
AWT News Update: September 27, 2017

Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Ehrlicht of Apple. Image via Variety

There's no business like show business at Apple, unless you're talking about privacy or opening retail stores. We talk about all three topics on today's edition of the AWT News Update podcast:

  • Apple's new content acquisition and video strategy team is apparently making the rounds of actors, producers and directors in Hollywood
  • Apple has updated its privacy pages to provide detailed and easy-to-understand information to existing and potential customers on how seriously the company take personal privacy
  • The first Apple retail store in Bangkok, Thailand may open as soon as next year

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

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14:53
Yojimbo 4.1.1

Fixes a crash when viewing PDFs on macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($30 new, free update, 7.8 MB)

 

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14:35
macOS High Sierra drivers for Nvidia PCI-E video...




After skipping the assorted High Sierra betas, Nvidia has rolled out drivers for its line of PCI-E graphics cards, all suitable for use in the 5,1 Mac Pro, and in a Thunderbolt 3 external graphics card enclosure.

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14:08
Amazon reveals new Echo devices including Echo Spot...




In a special event, Amazon on Wednesday unveiled several new Echo products, led by an improved $99 standard Echo, the Echo Plus, and the display-equipped Echo Spot.

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13:48
Jony Ive to discuss ‘the shape of things to come’ at...

Apple’s Jony Ive will be making an appearance at next month’s Tech Fest in NYC put on by The New Yorker. The event will feature “leading scientific, technological, and cultural pioneers” talking about technology, media, and much more.

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13:42
Apple looking to hire folks to handle ‘video...

Apple is looking to hire folks to handle “Apple Video Partnerships.” Those hired will “take a primary role in engaging with Apple’s video partners and content distributors on initiatives that touch many parts of the Apple ecosystem.”

Interested in applying? These are the qualifications for which Apple is looking:

  • Prior business development/transaction experience in the TV or Movie industries (studio, network, distributor, agency preferred);
  • Internet product marketing or product management experience a plus;
  • Understanding and passion for digital media encouraged;
  • Familiarity with popular Internet services a must;
  • Affinity and familiarity with Apple hardware and software (especially iTunes/TV App video product offerings);
  • Ideal candidate will be detail-oriented...
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13:40
Amazon takes on Apple TV 4K with updated Fire TV...




Shortly after the unveiling of the Apple TV 4K, Amazon has updated its own high-resolution streaming set-top box lines by upgrading the Fire TV, with the improvements including HDR and Dolby Atmos support, more power, and a physical makeover, as well as a lower price point.

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13:30
Airfoil 5.6.4

Improves support for Apple TV. ($29 new, free update, 14.2 MB)

 

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13:22
Apple not only company fighting Google over video,...




On Tuesday afternoon, Google withdrew YouTube service from the Echo Show personal video device, and the two companies have issued dueling statements about the matter.

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13:04
PhotoBulk: Bulk processing of image collections made...

Do you have hundreds or thousands of photos that you need to process somehow? By processing, I mean something like adding a watermark, changing the file name, resizing the image, or optimizing the size for website posting. For those who need that kind of power, PhotoBulk (US$19.99) from Eltima Software may be just the tool to make those changes consistently and quickly. 

PhotoBulk's easy-to-use and understandable user interface

For such a powerful tool, PhotoBulk has a minimal user interface (see image above). Launch the app, and a small window appears that says “Drop Images Here”, followed by four small word links — Watermark, Resize, Optimize, and Rename. 

Those four links each have their own settings panes that drop down below the main window (see image at right). Watermark lets...

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13:02
Hands-on with watchOS 4.1 beta 1: Music streaming,...

As we reported earlier, Apple has just released watchOS 4.1 beta 1 to developers, which brings the promised LTE music streaming to the Series 3 Apple Watch with LTE.

WatchOS 4.1 contains three notable features: First and foremost, the updated Music app allows access to your entire iCloud Music Library. This means that you’ll no longer have to sync songs in order to play them directly on your Apple Watch. It also means that you can use Siri to directly request playback of any song from Apple’s vast collection of 40 million tracks. Have a look at our hands-on video as we take Apple Watch music streaming for a test drive. more…

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12:56
Apple hiring ‘Video Partnerships’ lead to negotiate...

Apple is looking to fill a new “Video Partnerships” lead that will be responsible for negotiations with content providers like TV networks and movie studios with the goal of expanding its video services, including the Apple TV app and Universal Search.

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12:54
ChronoSync 4.8.1

Brings full compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra to the synchronization and backup app. ($49.99 new, free update, 48.4 MB)

 

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12:51
Apple revamps 'Privacy' site to sell...




Apple on Wednesday updated its "Privacy" minisite, reorganizing it to better communicate what the company does to safeguard personal data on its various hardware and software platforms.

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12:34
watchOS 4: How to stop Now Playing and audio apps...

watchOS 4 includes a new default behavior to auto-launch audio apps when you wake the screen while playing audio on your Apple Watch or iPhone.

Auto-launching Now Playing can be useful when you’re playing music from the watch or a podcast from the phone for example. Instant access to play/pause and seek controls on the watch screen and the ability to spin the Digital Crown to adjust volume is really great when using AirPods since they lack physical controls. It’s sort of like the Now Playing card on the iPhone lock screen.

But this behavior isn’t always ideal on the Apple Watch. Luckily there’s a simple way to turn it off.

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12:23
First look: New Radio app for Apple Watch featuring...




Wednesday's developer preview of watchOS 4.1 provided the first look at a new dedicated Radio app for Apple Watch, allowing users to stream Beats 1, Apple Music stations, and news channels directly to their wrist, without the need for an iPhone.

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12:20
[Sponsor] CleanMyMac

macOS High Sierra seriously revamps how your Mac works under the hood. CleanMyMac’s developers faced up to the challenge to prepare the app for the new macOS. It’s been months of refinement and here it is — the cleverest app to clean and maintain macOS High Sierra. CleanMyMac finds up to 74 GB of junk on an average Mac system. But it does more than cleaning. It runs maintenance scripts, frees up RAM, uninstalls apps, and extensions. It even finds long-forgotten large files across your Mac. Paired with the latest macOS, CleanMyMac is the tool that makes your Mac as fast and powerful as ever.

Get the new version of CleanMyMac here.

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12:12
Apple publishes white paper explaining usage and...




Apple has taken steps to educate potential owners of the iPhone X about Face ID ahead of its release on Nov. 3, releasing a white paper alongside a support document that explains how the biometric authentication technology works to keep the user's data secure.

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12:06
External Link: Siri Goes Back to Google

Siri originally used Google for search results, but starting with iOS 7, Apple switched to Microsoft’s Bing search engine in an attempt to reduce its dependence on Google. However, Bing’s results have never been as good as Google’s, leading many people to avoid searching with Siri. We were chuffed to see that, soon after the release of iOS 11, Apple quietly switched Siri and the Mac’s Spotlight back to Google for searches other than image searches, which still use Bing. So far, it seems like a major improvement.

 

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12:03
Amazon debuts new Echo speakers and $70 4K Fire TV...

Amazon took the stage in Seattle this morning to unveil a handful of new devices ahead of the holiday season. Today’s announcement includes the all-new Echo and Echo Plus Smart Speaker, a smaller Echo Connect, two updated models of its Fire TV streaming media platform and more. It was a big day in Seattle, and we have all of the details for you down below along with pre-order information.

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12:00
∞ Don’t say “Velcro”

This is a wonderfully cheesy and funny video from the Velcro folks but they have no chance of convincing us to call it “hook and loop”.

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11:58
iPhone X Supply Is Going to Be Tight

Debby Wu, reporting for Nikkei Asian Review:

Two executives working for iPhone suppliers told Nikkei Asian
Review that makers of 3-D sensor parts are still struggling to
reach a satisfactory level of output, and to boost their yield
rate. […] Both sources were unable to offer clarity on whether
Apple could meet demand after launch of the iPhone X. One said the
phone was being produced in small quantities, around tens of
thousands daily.

Jeff Pu, an analyst at Taipei-based Yuanta Investment Consulting,
also identified the 3-D sensors as the only major issue remaining.
[…] According to Pu’s estimate, Foxconn churned out 2 million
units of the iPhone X in September, and in October that number
should rise to 10 million. He said that Foxconn will have
assembled a total of 40 million iPhone X...

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11:51
New betas show off iPhone X lock screen and home...

The new Xcode 9.1 beta has also been released by Apple today with support for the new operating system updates: iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 and tvOS 11.1. It also includes a more fully-fledged iPhone X simulator, which demonstrates the new lock screen and home screen experiences.

There are also some onboarding videos, for things like activating Siri or revealing Control Center, which will be shown to iPhone X users upon setup …

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11:04
Screens 4.5 for iOS

I’ve been using Edovia’s screen sharing app for some time now and love it. If you need such an app, give this a try, you won’t be disappointed.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:00
Universal Audio and High Sierra compatibility

Apple has released macOS 10.13 High Sierra, the newest operating system for Mac. To improve High Sierra security when installing system software (such as UAD drivers), the software must be explicitly allowed to load in the Security & Privacy pane within macOS System Preferences.

These are my most used audio plug-ins, so compatibility is a must for my music machine.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:43
When Quantum Computers Come, They May Speak Microsoft


Microsoft has been working on a language for a computer that doesn't exist. The company unveiled the language -- as yet unnamed -- at its Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida. Part of its Visual Studio product, it will run on a quantum simulator and quantum computer. Microsoft introduced the language during a presentation about the company's progress toward developing a topological qubit and an ecosystem of hardware and software for developers to produce wares using the power of quantum computing.

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10:36
watchOS 4.1 will bring LTE music and radio streaming...




The newly released watchOS 4.1 developer beta includes expansions to the Apple Watch's built-in Music app, including the ability to stream songs from Apple Music and iTunes Match via an LTE connection on the new Series 3 hardware.

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10:26
Apple's video execs hunting for 'big,...




Apple executives are focused on finding "big, smart, splashy dramas" for the company's original video programming, and are both seeing and delivering numerous pitches, according to one report.

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10:21
Amazon is selling a 50-foot flat Ethernet cable for...

In early August, CableMonsta sold a white, flat Cat 6 50-foot ethernet cable on Amazon for $6.90. Today, that deal is back, but this time the cable's a different color and one dollar cheaper.

For $5.91, you can get the black version of the same ethernet cable. To get the deal, click the "Buy 1, get 46% off" option right underneath the pricing.

According to CableMonsta, this cable is flexible and supports a bandwidth of up to 250 MHz. It also uses 100 percent bare copper wire and gold-plated contacts. The flat design makes it easier to fit the cable under doors and carpets to keep it out of the way.

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10:18
watchOS 4.1 beta for Apple Watch Series 3 includes...

Apple just dropped new developer betas for each platform, and watchOS 4.1 beta appears to include the promised Apple Music streaming and the new Radio app. Apple promised both new features as coming in October during the Apple Watch Series 3 announcement.

more…

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10:12
Apple issues first developer betas of iOS 11.1,...




Apple on Wednesday provided developers with early versions of its next significant software releases for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV, all of which are set to get point-one updates in the near future.

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10:00
Square Checkout now works with Apple Pay on the web

Apple Pay on the web is coming to more places online starting today thanks to Square Checkout. Square is enabling support for Apple Pay on the web for all Square Checkout sellers, and support won’t require any update or code change.

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09:59
∞ One of my favorite all time songs

I just love this song.

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09:57
LIFX Tile Kit boasts highly customizable LED panels...




Smartbulb producer LIFX has introduced another way to light up a room, with the Tile wall panels able to change color into a variety of different light patterns, all of which can be controlled via the company's companion app or through smarthome frameworks, including Apple's HomeKit.

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09:57
Apple releases first iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1, tvOS 11....

Apple has released the first iOS 11.1 beta for developer testing on iPhone and iPad. We’ll update with what changes are included as soon as the new releases is installed on our devices. Features we’ll be watching for include Apple Pay Cash, AirPlay 2, and Messages in iCloud which were all announced but not included in iOS 11.0.

Apple has also released watchOS 4.1, tvOS 11.1, and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 developer betas.

more…

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09:47
∞ iOS 11.0.1 available

Apple has released a small update to its recently released iOS 11 on Wednesday. Go to Settings > General > Software Update on your device to download the latest. Apple says the update provides “bug fixes and improvements.”

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09:35
Apple explains how iPhone X facial recognition with...

Apple just dropped a detailed, six-page white paper entitled “Face ID Security” ahead of the iPhone X launch in November. In the security document, Apple explains how facial recognition with Face ID on iOS will work, how safe it is as biometric security, and what issues it may have for users.

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09:28
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Logitech Amazon Gold Box from...

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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