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Tuesday September 6

Obama Warns Against Cyber Cold War

President Obama on Monday urged de-escalation of a potential arms race involving cyberweapons. The president's remarks followed his meeting with world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China. The U.S. has more offensive and defensive capability than any other country on Earth, Obama noted.
Citing a new era of significant cyberwarfare capabilities, the president urged moving into a space where leaders begin to institute some norms to prevent global escalation from spinning out of control.

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Apple Pay comes to over 20 new banks and credit...

Following reports that Apple Pay will launch in Japan next year, the service today has expanded to a handful of new banks in the United States. Apple today updated its Apple Pay support document to add over 20 new banks and credit unions in the United States.


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Apple's high-end wireless earbuds may not ship...

The long-rumoured death of the iPhone's headphone jack has left everybody wondering: What's going to become of Apple's EarPods? Well, they'll probably go wireless, but according to one analyst, they won't come with your iPhone. They'll be sold separa...

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Apple Pay reportedly coming to Japan next year w/...

It was reported last month that Apple is planning to launch an iPhone model in Japan with support for the widely used FeliCa mobile payment technology. Now, Nikkei Asian Review reports that Apple is planning to partner with Sony to bring the technology to the iPhone next year.


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Oscar De La Hoya's service starts streaming big...

After retiring, boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya has become one of the most powerful people in the sport. His Golden Boy Promotions firm launched in January not just to represent boxers and set up fights, but also to get them in front of viewers the wa...

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Airbnb claims Santa Monica ban violates the...

Airbnb isn't done with lawsuits over home rental laws it doesn't like -- not by a long shot. It's suing Santa Monica over municipal code that effectively bans "vacation rental" services through severe restrictions (you have to be home and obtain a b...

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What we expect at tomorrow's Apple event

Tomorrow at 10 AM PT, we'll all finally get to hear what's going on at Apple at  its September product event. Based on rumors and confirmed leaks over the past few months, these are some of the announcements we expect to hear and see. You’ll be able to watch the event livestream to get the news as it happens, but we'll have updates and analysis during and after the event.

Black iPhone 7 rendering by Martin Hajek.

iPhone 7

We still don’t know for certain whether this new model will be called the iPhone 7, but following tradition and recent trademark filings, we’ll go with this name. The iPhone 7 is expected to be slightly thinner than the existing 4.7-inch...

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On eve of iPhone 7, a third of iPhones are 3-plus...

A third of the iPhones now in use are three or more years old, an app analytics vendor said a day before Apple unveils the new iPhone 7.

According to Boston-based Localytics, 32 percent of all iPhones used in August were models that debuted in 2013 or earlier, with that year’s iPhone 5s the third-most popular device at 17 percent. Others, including 2012’s iPhone 5 and 2011’s iPhone 4S, accounted for single digit shares.

Localytics measured share by tallying the models among more than 100 million iPhones that reported data to the app developers that use its analytics tools.

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Apple Pay to debut in Japan with FeliCa tap-to-pay...

A report on Tuesday elaborates on rumors regarding Apple's supposed plan to integrate Japan's FeliCa tap-to-pay standard into an upcoming iPhone model, saying integration of the contactless payments technology will help introduce Apple Pay to the East Asian market.

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Live like a king with this dick bidet

Men, ask yourselves, "is my cock really as clean as it could be?" I mean, you wash your hands after using public restrooms (or at least you should, you filthy bastards) so why wouldn't you give your Rob Thomas a quick cleaning while you're at it? Wit...

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AWT News Update: September 6, 2016

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It's the day before a major Apple announcement, so we're going to fill you in on some fun news on what we'll be doing tomorrow, as well as some "regularly scheduled" Apple news:

  • It appears that the Chinese market is quite uninterested in the new iPhone
  • Apple World Today has a "stupendous, gigantic" roundup of accessories for the new iPhones that will be published tomorrow
  • A bunch of Apple trademark filings unveil some new and interesting names, like "Iris Engine" and "Smart Button"
  • No liveblog on Apple World Today tomorrow; we invite you to watch Apple's livestream of the event and then head to AWT for more information

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

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Star Trek's iconic computer voice may live on...

Whenever we talk about natural language voice assistants, we invariably draw parallels to the computer on Star Trek. Soon, those comparisons may be a bit more direct: Roddenberry Entertainment has revealed that it has a phonetic library for Majel Bar...

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Double-digit speed & battery improvements to...

With performance and battery concerns being a common knock against Chrome, Google promised that future updates would provide enhancements in both areas. A post on the Chrome Blog details how the browser now uses 33% less power on the Mac when compared to a year ago.


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Xbox One update preview shows off new social features

Clubs and Looking for Group features are being rolled out to Preview members on Xbox One today and then the Xbox app on Windows 10, iOS and Android devices in the near future. Both features were originally announced during E3 2016, but now there's a...

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Survey: more than half of U.S. consumers are...

Though everyone knows by now that Apple is working on some sort of automotive technology, no one knows if it’s a full blown “Apple Car” or hardware/software for vehicles. However, a new survey suggests that more than half of U.S. consumers would be interested in cars developed by tech giants Google and Apple.

TECHnalysis Research recently surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers who both own a car and are planning to purchase a new one within the next two years. They were asked a wide range of questions regarding car brands, features, technologies, and much more. One of the questions specifically focused on the potential interest that consumers would have in purchasing a car sold by Apple, Google, or another major tech company.

Half of the respondents in the survey said they would give at least moderate consideration to purchasing a car from a tech...

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Strategy Analytics: Apple's iPhone 6s the world...

Despite much handwringing about a supposed lack of interest in Apple's latest iPhone in comparison to the mega-cycle upgrade stoked by iPhone 6 at its launch in 2014, data from Strategy Analytics shows that iPhone 6s became "the world's most popular smartphone" in the June quarter.

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Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 6, 2016

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

Mac OS X Apps/Updates

Reezaa has debuted PDF Merger Mac 1.0, a free Mac OS X utility that allows users to merge multiple PDF files into a single file. You can select multiple PDF documents and, with the click of a single button, efficiently save them into a single document. 

The final result retains the formatting, page size, and page orientation of the original files. The sequence of the source PDFs can be modified via the app's Up and Down buttons.

PDF Merger Mac requires Mac OS X 10.8 or later. It’s available exclusively through the PDF Merger Mac website.

AKVIS has presented the next...

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Microsoft is reportedly taking on Slack with '...

Microsoft is building Skype Teams, a group messaging service that's similar to Slack, according to a report from Microsoft news blog MSPoweruser. Skype Teams takes a lot of the features that makes Slack so popular, including the ability to add channe...

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The Week in iOS Accessories: Mophie rolls out new...

A bunch of batteries

This week’s roundup includes a bunch of new backup battery options from Mophie. Read on!


Looking for a backup battery? (Deep breath.) Mophie’s Powerstation Mini ($29.95 MSRP) gives your iPhone at least one more charge; The Powerstation ($49.95 MSRP) will give you two or more charges; Powerstation XL ($69.95 MSRP) offers three or more charges; and Powerstation XXL ($99.95 MSRP) can recharge your iPhone a whopping seven times or more.


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The adjective word order we all follow without...

I read this on Twitter over the weekend and couldn’t wrap my mind around it. As Kottke says, “Did anyone learn this in school? I sure didn’t. How do we all know then?” Good question.

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Chinese social media largely quiet ahead of Apple...

Judging by social media conversations, Chinese interest in Apple's "iPhone 7" appears to be subdued, a report indicated on Tuesday.

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Instagram is killing its awesome Photo Map, sigh

Instagram is removing the Photo Map feature because everything is terrible and nothing matters. As you can see, I’m having a somewhat emotional reaction to this news.

Instagram has been tinkering with its app a lot this year, from a new icon to support for multiple accounts to a Snapchat-like feature called Instagram Stories. But the app isn’t just adding, now it’s taking away.

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Stanford professor releases free university-level...

The course is a little heavy on the tech but definitely interesting and informative.

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Amazon Fire TV update gives you much wider voice...

Amazon's Fire TV devices just became much more useful if you prefer to talk to your media hub. An update rolling out to the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick gives you dramatically improved search: you can now use voice to search over 75 apps and services, i...

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Some Mac Pro support pages archived by Apple, will...

Apple has moved some of its support pages specifically detailing the redesigned 2013 Mac Pro to the archives, and will no longer be updating them, signaling a possible refresh or retirement of the computer.

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Warner Bros. asks that its own sites be removed from...

Warner Bros. is in the business of keeping its content from being pirated, and in the past has been working on ways to accomplish just that.

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Indian researchers recycle fish scales into energy...

Indians consume a lot of fish: Data from 2014 estimated that each urban citizen consumed an average of 2.8 kg per year, or about 3.7 million kg for the whole country. That leaves a lot of leftover bones, scales and tails. As they reported this week i...

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Purported 'Apple Watch 2' display assembly...

A UK-based repair shop has taken extreme measures to disassemble the alleged "Apple Watch 2" parts that they obtained, and have revealed differences between the original Apple Watch and the potential refresh.

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Moto G4 Play joins Amazon's ad-injected Prime...

Motorola's budget-minded Moto G lineup just got an even more affordable addition thanks to Amazon's Prime exclusives. For a mere $99.99 unlocked, the newly announced Moto G4 Play comes loaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and solid specs like 4G LTE,...

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Apple trademarks hint at AirPods case, ‘Iris Image...

Trademark attorney Brian Conroy today published evidence of new trademarks that Apple possibly plans to use for upcoming products. Most notably, the trademark filings reference an “Iris Engine” and “AirPods case,” leading to speculation that Apple could use the branding for new products and features to be unveiled at its event tomorrow.


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PayPal's Mastercard deal brings its payments to...

PayPal wants to be your go-to payment option online and in stores, but it has a problem: banks and credit cards aren't a fan of its free bank transfers and other attempts to push online payment over the conventional variety. However, it's trying to...

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89% of U.S. consumers with Apple Pay devices use the...

First Annapolis has released the third edition of the Study of Mobile Banking & Payments, a semi-annual consumer research study that tracks consumer adoption and use of the mobile channel for banking and payments. The study shows that 89% of U.S. consumers with Apple Pay compatible devices use the service at least once a week.

First Annapolis says that almost 90% of iPhone 6 owners are aware of Apple Pay; nearly two-thirds of compatible Android users are aware of Android Pay; and more than half of Samsung Galaxy owners are aware of Samsung Pay. Those who have used the Pay services give them high ratings: an average of 4.4 out of 5 across the boards, with only a few expressing dissatisfaction.

Twenty-five percent of respondents with compatible devices have enrolled in a Pay service (42% of iPhone 6 users, and 14% and 18% of those with compatible Android and Samsung devices, respectively).  Initial...

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Poll: Which wildcard/lab product would you want to...

Apple’s ‘See you on the 7th’ keynote tomorrow seems mostly set in terms of what we expect to see: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch 2 with GPS, wireless AirPods and new Beats products. But Apple has a lot of other products in the works that we don’t exactly expect to see tomorrow but would love to see leave the lab if only for a preview. 9to5Mac readers would probably put any new Macs on the top of that list, but there’s a lot of other stuff also rumored to be in the pipeline that would make for an exciting ‘One more thing’ on stage tomorrow…


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Apple reportedly will add Sony's Felica RFID to...

Apple will add support for Sony’s Felica RFID communications technology to the new iPhone 7 that is expected to be announced on Wednesday, according to a report in The Nikkei newspaper.

Felica is the defacto standard on which all contactless payment cards and commuter passes in Japan are based. It’s a standard feature in most phones on the market and Felica readers are in hundreds of thousands of stores, railway stations, on buses, taxis, and vending machines.

By adding a Felica chip to the iPhone 7, the phone could be used in lieu of dedicated payment and transit cards with the installation of an appropriate app.

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Casemaker posts high-res potential look at Apple...

A photo shared with AppleInsider allegedly shows the upcoming "iPhone 7" in a darker shade, possibly supporting rumors of a switch to "space black" instead of gray for Apple's flagship product.

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KGI: Apple planning wireless headphones to target...

Ahead of Apple’s iPhone 7 event tomorrow, the latest supply chain analysis from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo notes that Apple is developing a Bluetooth-like wireless chip likely to be used in new wireless headphones.

The report follows our own report from earlier this year that Apple was working on cord-free wireless earbuds ahead of its new iPhones, the first expected to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack. KGI adds that the headphones will target a higher-end market than the company’s Beats brand:


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Apple Accidentally Lists iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus...

From a BGR report: Everyone makes mistakes from time to time, and it looks like the web team responsible for updating one of Apple's websites accidentally pushed an update live early this morning. Reddit user "Jaspergreenham" says he was browsing the accessories page on Apple's Hong Kong website when he stumbled across the two new phones. Notice anything wrong with that screen capture? The left-hand column on the site allows users to drill down based on device model, but there are two devices listed there that don't actually exist yet: The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.Apple doesn't usually misses out on these things.


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Rumor: Apple’s ‘AirPods’ to use custom Bluetooth chip

In a note to clients — as noted by MacRumors — MGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple is working on its own Bluetooth-like communication chip and its own Bluetooth headphone that will likely be included in the wireless earbuds (“AirPods”) the company is reportedly developing. 

The analyst predicts that Apple will sell its Apple-branded Bluetooth headphones alongside its Beats line of headphones, targeting the high-end market with the "AirPods" and the mid-range market with the Beats headphones. What’s more, Kuo doesn’t think the company will package Bluetooth headphones with the “iPhone 7,” that’s expected to be unveiled tomorrow. Rather, he thinks that Apple will ship the iPhone 7 with Lightning-based EarPods that feature a Lightning connector instead of a 3.5mm headphone jack and sell the “AirPods” separately.


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Apple Events channel returns for the ‘See you on the...

The Apple TV "Apple Events" channel has returned in time for the “See you on the 7th” media event tomorrow. You can view it on, well, your Apple TV.

Apple’s big event will start at 10 a.m. (Pacific) on Wednesday. You can bet on seeing a new iPhone (probably to be dubbed the “iPhone 7”), the Apple Watch 2, and new Beats product. A final version of iOS 10 may also be available; if note, you can expect a release date to be announced. Also possible, but less likely, are announcements of new Macs, though I expect that to happen late this month or early in October.

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Liveblog: Apple’s September 2016 iPhone event starts...

Enlarge / A new Apple Watch may be among the announcements we see at the event. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

It's September again, and you know what that means: another big Apple keynote with plenty of product announcements, a bunch of short product videos, and hopefully at least one sighting of Craig Federighi's hair. The fun at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco begins at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern/6pm UK on September 7th, and we'll be in the room where it happens to provide our usual stream of live news and commentary.

If you want to know what to expect, we've covered the most current and reliable rumors in depth. The short version is that we'll probably get a pair of new...

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Alleged Apple trademark filings reveal 'Iris...

A wide array of international trademark filings allegedly connected to Apple could reveal the branding for new products and services, with possible ties to rumored features in the "iPhone 7," "AirPods" wireless headphones, and redesigned MacBook Pro.

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On Hacking During the U.S. Presidential Campaign

During a period of partisan debate about threats to political uses of information technology, Jeff Porten tries to bring a technical perspective to a noisy argument.


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9to5Toys Lunch Break: high-end 15″ MacBook Pro $1,...

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.


Save nearly $600 on Apple’s powerhouse 15-inch 512GB Retina MacBook Pro: $1,900 shipped (Reg. $2,499)...

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iPhone trade-in values vary, so be sure to shop...

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With the announcement of the newest iPhone just a day away, many existing iPhone owners might be starting to think about selling their "old" iPhone to get some cash to help defray the cost of the new equipment. As an Apple blogger, I pretty much have to get each year's new model and unlike some of the writers at the bigger blogs, I can't afford to just go out and buy the new model and throw the old ones into my "museum". So I usually take advantage of online resellers like Gazelle, NextWorth and BuyBackWorld to try to get the best possible trade-in for my old smartphone. If you're considering a move to the new iPhone, it pays to shop around.

As an example, I have an iPhone 6s Plus...

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Apple 'AirPods' to target high end of...

Apple's new wireless earbuds, expected to be announced this week as "AirPods," are said to feature a custom-designed wireless chip that will be "Bluetooth-like," carving out a share of the high-end headphone market and potentially paving the way for new smart home and smart car accessories.

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Deals: Up to $435 off 12" MacBooks; $50-$120...

Shoppers this week can save $185-$435 on 2015 12" MacBooks. Or snap up a 12.9" iPad Pro for as low as $749. Apple's current 15" MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, M370X) is also marked down to $2,299.

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Facebook tests a Twitter-like feature to encourage...

Facebook makes a habit of borrowing features from Twitter such as hashtags, a live feed, verification badges, and followers. Now, the company is testing a new feature that is about as close as Facebook could get to creating a version of Twitter.

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Rediscovered Tim Cook interview may hint at Apple...

Apple CEO Tim Cook may have accidentally teased Apple Pencil support for the "iPhone 7" in an interview in May, according to a recent blog post.

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Apple Music for Android hits 10 million downloads on...

After first being announced and previewed at WWDC in June of last year, Apple launched its music streaming platform on Android on November 10th. Now, after almost a year of being available to the public (and only a month since it finally exited beta), the app has garnered more than 10 million downloads on the Google Play Store…


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Apple TV 'Events' channel returns for Sept...

Apple has switched on the events video stream channel on the Apple TV, in preparation for Wednesday's "See You on Sept. 7" presentation.

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Last call: Sell your iPhone trade-in for cash and...

Time is running out to lock in a price for your used iPhone with an extended grace period ahead of Apple's anticipated iPhone 7. Now through Sept. 7, sell your iPhone to Gazelle for up to $306 and hold on to the device until Oct. 14.

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iPhone 6s best-selling smartphone both in U.S....

New Q2 data from both Strategy Analytics and Kantar shows that the iPhone 6s is the best-selling smartphone in both the USA and worldwide. The 6s accounted for 4.2% of global smartphone sales, says SA, with the iPhone 6 taking second place at 2.5%, just ahead of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 at 2.4%.

“Apple’s iPhone 6s is currently the world’s most popular smartphone,” said Neil Mawston, Executive Director at Strategy Analytics. “The iPhone 6s is wildly popular in dozens of countries globally, due to its attractive hardware design blended with rich features such as 4K video, large...

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The Apple engineer who moved Mac to Intel applied to...

Jim Edwards, writing for Business Insider, brings together a story from The New York Times on Apple and agism with an anecdote about the engineer who got OS X to run on a PC:

“Bertrand walks in, watches the PC boot up, and says to JK, ‘How long would it take you to get this running on a (Sony) Vaio?’ JK replies, ‘Not long’ and Bertrand says, ‘Two weeks? Three?’

“JK said more like two hours. Three hours, tops.

“Bertrand tells JK to go to Fry’s (the famous West Coast computer chain) and buy the top of the line, most expensive Vaio they have. So off JK, Max and I go to Frys. We return to Apple less than an hour later. By 7:30 that evening, the Vaio is running the Mac OS. [My husband disputes my memory of this and says that Matt Watson bought the Vaio. Maybe Matt will chime in.]

“The next morning, Steve Jobs is on a plane to Japan to meet with the President of Sony.”

The tweet at the end of the story tells it all:

Wonder if Apple will...

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iOS continues growth as the ‘iPhone 7’ looms

The latest smartphone operating system data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows year-on-year sales growth for iOS in the three months ending July 2016 in most regions, including the U.S., EU5 (Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain), and Australia. In the U.S., Android posted a year-on-year decline in sales of 0.6 percentage points to 65%.

“Ahead of Apple’s event this week and anticipated new iPhone models, we see that the iPhone SE has meant some success for iOS, helping it achieve year-on-year growth across a number of regions,” says Lauren Guenveur, Consumer Insight director for Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. “In the US, iOS accounted for 31.3% of smartphone sales in the three months ending July 2016, a 1.2 percentage point increase compared to the same period a year ago.”

The iPhone 6s remains the top-selling device in the market with an 11% share, something Kantar expects to continue through the...

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A deep take on the Apple car

Greg Kable, writing for Autocar:

Ground zero for the iCar right now is the workshop at 960 Kifer Road in Sunnyvale. In this Silicon Valley suburb, which is also home to a long established Mercedes-Benz research and development centre among hundreds of ambitious start-up companies, Apple is rumoured to be developing elements of its newest product under the cloak of a shell company called SixtyEight Research.


SixEight Research is named on documentation as being the importer of a 1957 Fiat Multipla 600 from the UK to the US in 2014 – a move that has led to rumours that the production iCar could take the form of an upright one-box MPV-style car similar in dimensions to the Volkswagen Budd-E revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show last January.

Here’s a picture of that car.

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David Smith on the shifting App Store business model

David Smith, long time indie app developer:

I’ve been thinking this past week (as I often do) about the ever-changing landscape of the App Store. This year has seen some of the biggest changes in policy and structure that I can remember. We have new subscription pricing models , search ads, a substantial purge of older apps , new requirements for app names and a variety of little changes to the App Store app itself in iOS 10.

I won’t know how the sum of these changes will impact my business until probably later this fall, but it seemed like a good time to look back at the last several years and examine the path that brought me here.


The App Store ecosystem today is wildly different from what it was back then. I launched my first app into a store of around 90k apps, today we have well over 2 million. Back then we didn’t have advertising networks, in-app purchases or subscriptions. You were free or paid, and if you wanted to make a living you pretty...

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New Apple Music $99/year gift cards brings price...

Good way to give someone a year of music. I suspect Apple will move a ton of these this holiday season.

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∞ Apple Campus 2 updated drone footage

I look forward to these monthly updates from Matthew Roberts. Still a long way to go. Can’t wait to see this in person.

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All 25 of Apple’s dongles in one place

Great post from Andrew Leavitt. As John Gruber points out, there will be one more come tomorrow.

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Questionable Vietnamese leak claims 'iPhone 7...

The "iPhone 7" will, among other things, drop Space Gray from the range of iPhone colors, and shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second, a Vietnamese tech site said, claiming to have had hands-on time with a fully-functional 4.7-inch model.

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Everyone seems to hate online reader comments. Here’...

Margaret Sullivan, columnist for The Washington Post:

When NPR announced last month that it would no longer feature comments from readers on its website, general rejoicing followed.

“Good riddance — and everybody else should do the same” was the tone of the response I saw on Twitter. USA Today columnist Rem Rieder, noting that other news organizations are moving away from comments as well, wrote, “Their disappearance is welcome.” And even NPR’s ombudswoman, Elizabeth Jensen, wrote that the move made sense to her, since such a small slice of the audience was participating.

I disagree. I find value in reader comments that can’t be adequately reproduced elsewhere. The argument that the conversation has migrated to Facebook and Twitter is flawed. Those are good places for discussion, but they are no substitute for having discussion take place where the story itself lives. I’m convinced that many smart readers with something to contribute will not follow a story...

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Strategy Analytics: the iPhone 6s was the world’s...

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, Apple’s iPhone 6s was the world’s top-selling smartphone model in the second quarter of 2016. Apple currently accounts for two of the three top-selling smartphone models shipped worldwide, according to the research group.

Strategy Analytics estimates the iPhone 6s model shipped 14.2 million units and accounted for 4% share of all smartphones shipped worldwide in quarter two 2016. It’s wildly popular in dozens of countries globally, due to its attractive hardware design blended with rich features such as 4K video, large multi-touch display, and fingerprint security,” says Neil Mawston, executive director at Strategy Analytics.

The research group says the iPhone 6 shipped 8.5 million units worldwide for second position and 2% marketshare during quarter two 2016, followed by Samsung Galaxy S7 edge in third place with 8.3 million and 2% share.


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Sales of the Apple Watch dipped in the second...

Shipments of wearable devices such as the Apple Watch reached 22.5 million in the second quarter of 2016 (2Q16) according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker. Despite a decline in shipments for one of the largest vendors, the overall market for wearable devices grew 26.1% year over year as new use cases are slowly starting to emerge.

Apple was the only vendor among the market leaders to post a year-over-year decrease in shipment volumes, primarily because it did not launch a new model on the anniversary of its first generation Watch. 2Q16 was the first full quarter of Apple's reduced price strategy on the Sport model, which slightly helped the company rebound from its post-holiday slump. The Sellers Research Group (that’s me) says Apple Watch sales will rebound with a vengeance when the second generation smartwatch is...

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Apple TV ‘Events’ channel refreshed wtih local time...

We’re just over 24 hours away from the kickoff of Apple’s big iPhone 7 keynote, and the company is reminding Apple TV owners that you can easily view the show from home with the Apple Events channel. The Apple TV app refreshed over the long weekend with bokeh artwork used to promote tomorrow’s Apple keynote. You can even use the channel to see a reminder for when the keynote kicks off in your local timezone.


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New 'iPhone 7' box photos appear,...

A set of photos have materialized alleging to be of the front and side of the new "iPhone 7" box, but some packaging inconsistencies with previous Apple works cast some doubt on the authenticity of the images.

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Mobius Final Fantasy is a glossy, yet grindy twist...

Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recent free-to-play iOS game, put it through its paces, and let you know if it’s really worth your time (and money).

The iPhone and iPad may not play host to the newest mainline Final Fantasy entries—like the ambitious Final Fantasy XV, coming to consoles this November—but they might have the most series entries in one place. You can grab ports of Final Fantasy I through VII and ...

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Now you can vote for new emojis, and even request...

If you love emoji and want to have your say on which new ones get created, there’s now an app for that. You can even go further and make your own suggestions for a new emoji which may get created and added for others to support.


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Apple patent hints at iPhones with glass enclosures

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,439,305) for a “glass enclosure” that hints at future iPhones encased in glass bodies. In the patent filing, Apple says that one design challenge associated with portable electronic devices is in techniques for mounting structures within the portable computing devices. 

Some assembly processes are both time consuming and cumbersome. Another design challenge is to provide an aesthetically pleasing enclosure that’s functional for the intended purpose of the device. Apple says that, with more devices being capable of wireless communications, a radio transparent enclosure would be beneficial, as it would allow components, such as antennas, to be positioned inside the enclosure. The company’s invention would provide a water-resistant and scratch-resistant enclosure.

According to the patent, the enclosure can be formed from a hollow glass tube or two glass members bonded together. A laser frit bonding process may be...

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This WITTIDesign device will get you ready for BEDDI...

Do you want/need an iPhone-enabled alarm clock, speaker, radio, USB charger, and disco ball all in one? Then you need the BEDDI from WITTIDesign. It packs a serious amount of features for a $99 device.

Okay, I’m just kidding about the disco ball; the feature is more like a lava lamp. But let me back up. The BEDDI is an “intelligent” alarm clock with features that include a wake-up light, multiple USB charging ports, a Bluetooth speaker, and multi-colored mood lighting. The latter supposedly offers16 million colors. I’ll take WITTIDesign’s word for it; I didn’t count. You can set the BEDDI to awake you by playing your own playlists of tunes (thanks to Spotify integration, though Apple Music integration would be even better). 

The device’s “intelligence” refers to much more than its alarm clock features. The BEDDI can learn your morning commute and periodically update you on how much time you have until you...

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Measurements of alleged 'Apple Watch 2'...

By adopting a thinner OLED Force Touch display with the new second-generation Apple Watch, Apple may be able to squeeze in a much thicker and more powerful battery, if new component leaks are to be believed.

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Rumor: Top 15 iPhone 7 features leaked

This may be the curtain being lifted ahead of time.

With the iPhone 7 release just over the horizon, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has perhaps released that 15 major changes coming to both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets:

New True Tone displays like the iPad Pro range, with laser based proximity sensors for faster response times

32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage tiers will replace 16GB, 64GB and 128GB

2x 12MP dual rear camera limited to iPhone 7 Plus, uses 1x wide angle and 1x telephoto lenses

Upgraded ambient light sensors on both new iPhone cameras for better low light shots

Camera flash LEDs doubled from two to four with warm and cool colours

3.5mm headphone jack removed

Second external speaker and integrated amplifier for louder, richer...

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Apple iCar round up article released, addresses...

Beyond all the rumors and speculation and theory, these guys did the digging.

A lengthy article over on describes billions of dollars in R&D, more than 1,000 developers, an assortment of mysterious workshops and a name – the “iCar” – that could be the biggest thing to the auto industry since Karl Benz’s ground breaking Benz Patent-Motorwagen first introduced the world to the motorised carriage 130 years ago.

The piece describes a shell company, an assortment of innocuous real estate and properties and the project, termed “SG6”, as being housed in Sunnyvale, California with only city council documents pointing to it.

As of now, secretive work is being done with the same level of secrecy that goes into other future Apple projects...

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AutoCarUK: Look for the first ‘Apple Car’ to drive...

Executives from Audi, BMW, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and Mercedes-Benz expect an “Apple Car” will launch by 2021 as a precursor to a fully autonomous successor model to be introduced around 2026 as regulatory conditions are altered to allow features such as fully automated parking, according to AutoCar UK.

The article says Apple’s goal is to see 500,000 sales “iCars” a year — “an acceptable target for a company new to the automotive scene and 10 times what another one of California’s electric car start-ups, Tesla, managed in 2015.” Combined sales of the BMW i3 and i8 totaled just 29,500 last year.

AutoCar UK says an Apple-branded auto will sport “disruptive technologies” such as highly efficient electric propulsion, rapid charging, autonomous driving capability, gesture control, holographic displays, wireless internet...

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With everything we’re now expecting, who plans to...

We’ve been tracking interest in the iPhone 7 for some time now, through a series of reader polls. One day before the launch, we thought it would be a good time to provide a round-up of the results of previous polls, and to carry out one final one.

Way back in January, we asked whether you wanted a thinner iPhone at the expense of the 3.5mm headphone jack. The largest group – just under 40% of you – said that you were happy to use Lightning or Bluetooth headphones. The loss of the headphone socket now looks like a done deal, of course, but without a slimmer form factor.

Also the same month, we asked which of the rumored iPhone 7 features excited you most …


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Times are looking good for Kaby Lake Macs to arrive...

According to DigiTimes Intel has begun delivering its next-generation notebookuse Kaby Lake processors and will start shipping comparable desktop-use CPUs by year-end 2016. 

If the publication is right, and Apple gets its hands on some of the first orders, we should see Mac laptops and desktops using the latest chips by the holidays. I’m predicting that Apple will announce new MacBook Pros and iMacs in October with sales starting as soon as the new machines can equipped with Kaby Lake processors. (It’s possible that new Macs will be announced at Wednesday’s media event, but I’m doubtful. When it comes to hardware, I’m only anticipating new iPhones and Apple Watches this week.)

The processors are the successor to the Skylake line of chips. Built on an improved 14nm process, Kaby Lake features, of course, faster CPU clock speed changes. It also features a new graphics architecture to improve...

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How to use Siri to get directions

It’s easy to use Siri, Apple’s “personal digital assistant,” on your iPhone or iPad to get directions. Here’s how:


Hold down the Home button to activate Siri (or say “Hey, Siri” if your iOS device supports this feature).

Tell Siri the place you want directions to. For example. “Where is Barnes & Noble?”

Siri will show you the location on a map. If there are multiple locations, you can tap the one you want.

The location will be shown to you on a map.

Siri will then present you with directions from your current location to your destination.

Tap Start and you’re good to go.

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It's football season! These second-screen apps...

Bringing you everything from stats to game-time snacks, these apps are as indispensable as your TV remote.

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New $99 12-month Apple Music gift card introduced

As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple stores and select retailers have rolled out a new 12-month Apple Music gift card, priced at $99. 

That comes out to $8.25 per month, which is about an 18% savings compared to the standard rate of $9.99. The new gift card recently hit Apple store shelves, but you’ll have to hit up another retailer if you’re looking to buy it online, notes 9to5 Mac.

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Cuba has been filtering texts containing political...

Cuba's struggles with modern telecommunications have been many. Now, it looks as though the Communist country has another problem on its hands: text message censorship. SMS sent with words including "human rights," "hunger strike" and the name of dis...

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You can now own this old robot that helped NASA test...

Believe it or not, NASA used to utilize a decidedly creepy robot to test space suits meant for real-life astronauts.

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Intel buys Movidius to build the future of computer...

Intel is making it extra-clear that computer vision hardware will play a big role in its beyond-the-PC strategy. The computing behemoth has just acquired Movidius, a specialist in AI and computer vision processors. The Intel team isn't shy about it...

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Samsung's smart belt lands on Kickstarter

Remember that health-tracking smart belt Samsung showed at its CES booth in January? You can score one for yourself. Spinoff company Welt has started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the launch of its namesake belt. Drop $119 ($69 or $99 if you're e...

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Netflix, chill and learn English with Fleex's...

Movies and TV shows can be useful tools to learn a new language. The actors might be speaking in an unfamiliar tongue, but with a decent set of subtitles you can follow along and begin to recognise specific words and phrases. Fleex -- a service for p...

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Michael Kors Access smartwatches' value is face...

Not gonna lie. I'm a giant smartwatch nerd, and an even bigger Michael Kors fan. So when I received the invitation to review the company's new Android Wear timepieces, I was stoked. The Michael Kors Access range falls in line with partner company Fos...

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Scientists build a laser using human blood

No, this isn't one of your childhood sci-fi dreams brought to life -- it's real. University of Michigan researchers have developed a medical observation laser where human blood is a key ingredient. When the team shined a laser into a small cavity f...

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'Duke Nukem 3D' re-release adds new levels...

If Duke Nukem Forever convinced you that cheesy one-liners, bad puns and juvenile action-hero humor is best left in the 90s, you're in luck. Gearbox Software just announced that it's bringing back the original Duke Nukem 3D in a special 20th Annivers...

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AMD ships its extra-efficient 7th-generation...

While Intel is busy revamping its laptop processors, AMD is focused on the desktop side of personal computing. The chip designer has started shipping its 7th-generation A-series processors in desktop PCs, starting with machines from HP and Lenovo. Th...

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Facebook test highlights what your friends are...

Facebook's new experimental feature shows you status updates you might have missed otherwise. Mashable has spotted a box marked "What friends are talking about," which lists a few of your friends' posts in a single box on top of your feed, in the com...

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An oral history of “We Built This City,” the worst...

If you play this song in my presence, I will smash whatever device this sound from hell is coming out of.

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Apple’s self-inflicted naming dilemma

Segall thinks more about this stuff than I do (and knows a hell of a lot more about it) so it doesn’t bother me nearly as much but he makes a good point. The S models always have had the perception of being “not as good”.

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What's on your HDTV: 'The Iron Giant,...

This week there will be a number of 9/11 retrospectives, as we remember the day of the attack on its 15th anniversary. CNN and the History Channel will air specials Sunday night, while the NFL Network will focus on the day during the season premiere...

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Nintendo issues DMCA takedown for hundreds of fan...

Whenever we see a high quality fan-game using a major gaming company's IP, we always think the same thing: it's only a matter of time. For hundreds of Nintendo fan projects, that time has come. Today, the Japanese gaming giant issued DMCA takedown re...

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Carbon nanotube transistors promise faster, leaner...

The computing industry sees carbon nanotube transistors as something of a Holy Grail. They promise not just faster performance and lower power consumption than silicon, but a way to prevent the stagnation of processor technology and the death of Moo...

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Apple Hikes Order Volume For iPhone 7 Parts In Wake...

An anonymous reader writes: In wake of Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note 7, Apple has reportedly hiked orders for parts and components required for the production of the upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Mac Rumors reports: "Apple shipped on average 30 million iPhone 6s units a month in the second half of 2015. The company originally predicted shipments of the iPhone 7 this year would reach only 60 percent of that number over the same period, but supply chain sources are today reporting that Apple has boosted its original prediction by 10 percent. The hike in order volumes suggests Apple is increasingly upbeat about demand for the new devices among existing iPhone owners seeking to upgrade, despite relatively subdued interest in the iPhone 7 models compared to the pre-launch buzz of previous years. Another potential factor in Apple's upward revision is Samsung's global recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone last week, which followed numerous complaints that the device caught fire...

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Russian YouTuber imprisoned for playing '...

A Russian YouTuber has been imprisoned and could be looking at some serious jail time, all for catching a Poliwag in a church and posting footage of it online. As the Guardian reports, Ruslan Sokolovsky's video has been viewed over 900,000 times sinc...

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Google might be readying a successor to the Nexus 7...

Android tablets over the years have typically been hit or miss, but Google found a place in the crowded market with the Nexus 7, particularly the 2013 model. The combo of a low price, great display, solid hardware and a form factor that stood out as...

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John McAfee sues Intel for the right to use his own...

In the six years since John McAfee sold the eponymous antivirus company he founded to Intel for billions of dollars, the software creator has made the headlines for a variety of reasons. He's already claimed that he could snoop on encrypted WhatsApp...

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TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 5...

Notable software releases this week include Alfred 3.1, Default Folder X 5.0.6, Nisus Writer Pro 2.1.5, DEVONthink 2.9.4, iFinance 4.1, and EagleFiler 1.7.


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ExtraBITS for 5 September 2016

In ExtraBITS this week, we now know the full scale of the 2012 Dropbox hack, the BitTorrent client Transmission has been infected with malware again, and Walt Mossberg evaluates Tim Cook’s run as Apple’s CEO.


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