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Thursday December 21

12:07
Killer Deals: Save $70 to $300 instantly on Apple...




First come, first served! AppleInsider readers can take advantage of exclusive coupons and instant discounts this week to instantly save between $50 and $300 on every Mid 2017 MacBook Pro, including Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Plus, sales tax will not be collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ and systems qualify for 0% financing offer

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12:06
Some versions of Windows 10's facial...




Although the issue has been patched through Microsoft's Fall Creators Update, outdated versions of Windows 10's Hello facial recognition can be spoofed with a photo, a German security firm said this week.

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11:33
Live Memories for iOS instantly transforms your Live...

One of my-all time favorite additions to the iPhone’s camera app is Live Photos, the feature that saves a short, 3 second video clip with each photo you take. Playing back Live Photos from an event has always been cumbersome though, requiring you to swipe through each photo and play each clip separately. Now, a new app aims to solve that problem by instantly turning groups of your Live Photos into shareable video clips.

more…

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11:14
Facebook signs licensing deal with Universal Music

Facebook Inc and Universal Music Group on Thursday announced a global agreement that will enable users to upload videos featuring music from Universal’s library across the social media network as well as Instagram and Oculus.

Facebook has done a great job in staying ahead of the curve in recent years, offering its users enough to stay on the site. There must be a demand for this among its users, but I’m not sure how much.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:13
Aspyr ships 'Sid Meier's Civilization VI...




Aspyr Media has released 'Sid Meier's Civilization VI' for the iPad, just over one year after it was released for macOS and Windows, with the port of the turn-based world-conquering game retaining all of its features of its desktop counterpart in its move to the smaller screen.

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11:12
Instagram update brings option to share live videos...

Instagram has rolled out an update today to its app that brings the ability to send live videos in Direct.

more…

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11:09
CSS glitch effect

Today we’d like to show you how to create a little experimental glitch-like effect on an image. The effect will be powered by CSS animations and the clip-path property. The technique involves using several layers of images where each one will have a clip-path, a blend mode and a translation applied to it.

Very cool.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:03
Lowest Price Anywhere: LG 27" 5K Thunderbolt 3...




Readers this week can exclusively save $100 on LG's 27" 5K Monitor (27MD5KB-B) with free expedited shipping and no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. This UltraFine display features Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for Mac users and comes with a 3-year warranty for added peace of mind.

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11:03
Apple revises guidelines for template-based apps

This is a great compromise from Apple on template-based apps. I think there are situations where template based apps make sense and Apple is now allowing those on the App Store.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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11:00
Apple World Today Holiday Schedule

Happy Holidays! Starting on Thursday, we’ll be following a holiday schedule so that our staff can relax and enjoy Christmas and New Year’s with our families. Here’s our schedule:

  • Thursday, December 21

    Regular editorial schedule

    No AWT News Update

  • Friday, December 22

    Regular editorial schedule

    No AWT News Update

  • Saturday, December 23 / Sunday, December 24

    Limited editorial schedule

  • Monday, December 25

    Closed! Merry Christmas!

  • Tuesday, December 26

    Regular editorial schedule

    No AWT News Update

    No AWT TV

  • Wednesday, December 27 through Friday, December 29

    Regular editorial schedule

    No AWT News Update

  • Saturday, December...
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10:59
YouTube for iOS rolling out dynamic player that...

Recent years have seen the rise of smartphone videos shot in vertical orientation due to live streaming and other mediums. Back in June, YouTube announced that its mobile apps would better support these experiences. Now, this dynamically adapting video player is beginning to rollout on iOS.

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10:57
Apple updates App Store guidelines for “loot boxes”

Loot boxes made big headlines in 2017 when EA released Star Wars Battlefront II and received a huge amount of backlash for including a very robust loot box system that made player progression painfully slow for gamers who didn’t spend money. There was a big uproar in the gaming community, EA’s stocks took a hit, and an international conversation started about the morality and implications of loot boxes in games.

I think it’s good that Apple is trying to protect its customers, or at least make the companies disclose the odds.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:50
Rumor: Apple is working on an Apple Watch with a...

Apple is working on an Apple Watch with an EKG heart monitor, to help detect arrhythmia and stroke risks, reports Bloomberg.

The tech giant is reportedly testing a watch that requires users to squeeze its frame with two fingers from the hand that’s not wearing the device. It then passes an imperceptible current across the person’s chest to track electrical signals in the heart and detect any abnormalities like irregular heart rates. Such conditions can increase the risk of strokes and heart failure and develop in about one-quarter of people over 40, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The current Apple Watch has a more basic heart rate monitor, but the company is increasingly trying to use advanced sensors to predict future afflictions, rather than simply collect historical data about the...

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10:50
Apple said to be developing EKG monitor for Apple...

Apple Inc. is developing an advanced heart-monitoring feature for future versions of its smartwatch, part of a broader push by the company to turn what was once a luxury fashion accessory into a serious medical device, according to people familiar with the plan.

This is one of those rumors that I would put in the “makes sense” category. Apple has redefined how we track health on our watches in the last few years. If they are able to add a reliable EKG to the watch, it would seem to fit into the company’s larger plan of enabling its users to track health and fitness.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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10:30
Developer says now-fixed Apple HomeKit vulnerability...




Though Apple ultimately solved the issue with iOS 11.2.1 and tvOS 11.2.1, a HomeKit vulnerability discovered in October was simply made more severe in iOS 11.2, according to one developer.

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10:28
RavPower's popular wireless phone charger is 34...

Time is running out to get items shipped in time for Christmas—but with this gift idea, time doesn’t have to run out on your battery life. Today Amazon is selling the RavPower Fast Wireless charger for $33. This popular phone charger is usually $50, so you’re saving about $17—the steepest discount we’ve seen on this model so far.

The charger uses the Qi wireless charging standard and works with a variety phones including the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Note8. The charger also supports fast charging for the compatible iPhone models,...

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10:06
Happy Hour Podcast 152 | Living with Alexa, iPhone...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss the iMac Pro launch, using Amazon Echo and Alexa with HomeKit products, the fake Cuphead game that appeared on the App Store, Apple throttling older iPhone batteries, iOS 12 and macOS 10.13 cross platform apps, and the Apple Watch New Year’s Challenge.

9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, StitcherGoogle Play Music, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

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09:59
Apple developing advanced EKG heart monitor for...




Future Apple Watch hardware could be able to detect irregular heart rates by having the user squeeze the frame of the device, acting as an electrocardiogram test, according to a new report.

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09:45
Universal Music Group and Facebook sign multi-year...

Music giant Universal Music Group has today announced a new “multi-year” licensing agreement with Facebook that will expand across the social company’s product line. The move will soon bring UMG’s music catalog to Facebook, Instagram, and Oculus. The news follows a similar agreement made between UMG and YouTube earlier this week.

more…

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09:38
Bloomberg: Apple building an Apple Watch with a...

Bloomberg has published a new report that details Apple’s plans to ship a built-in EKG heart monitor in a future version of the Apple Watch. The watch already features an all-day heart rate monitor that tracks beats per minute while wearing, but third-party accessories are needed to add EKG functionality.

more…

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09:30
How to get your old iPhone battery replaced by Apple




If you have an older or heavily-used iPhone, and you're worried about Apple's admission that it slows down models with degraded batteries, here's how to get your battery swapped instead of paying for a new device.

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09:27
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13-inch MacBook Pro $209 off,...

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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08:52
Last-Minute Holiday Deals: 2017 13" MacBook...




For a limited time only and while supplies last, Amazon is knocking $100 to $150 off popular Mid 2017 Apple computers, from the 256GB 13" Air for $1,075 to 13" MacBook Pros for $1,149. Each system can be delivered before Christmas with Prime shipping options available at checkout.

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08:37
AppleInsider's official iOS app updated to...




Owners of Apple's latest and greatest iPhone X can now take advantage of its edge-to-edge OLED display in the official AppleInsider app, which is now available to download on the App Store.

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08:11
KGI predicts battery-hungry ‘upgraded 3D-sensing and...

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted earlier this month that new iPhones next year will pack noticeably higher capacity batteries, but that move may not be entirely to extend battery life. Kuo’s latest investment advisory predicts “upgraded 3D-sensing and AR-related functions” that are more power-hungry.

more…

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07:30
Amazon discontinues its iTunes Match competitor that...




Users looking to consolidate all of their legacy music purchases in a single cloud-based service will have one less option come mid-January, as Amazon has announced it will discontinue its song matching and uploading capability.

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07:27
Comment: Slowing down older iPhones may be the right...

Apple caused a furore yesterday when it admitted that it deliberately slows down older iPhones.

The issue first came to the fore with a Reddit thread, which showed a significant difference in performance on the same device when fitted with old and new batteries. Geekbench founder, John Poole, confirmed the phenomenon, and developer Guilherme Rambo subsequently identified the code that controlled it.

Apple then confirmed the facts, and explained its reasons

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07:19
iMac Pro orders ‘preparing to ship,’ showing...

Early iMac Pro orders are reaching the ‘preparing to ship’ stage, but it looks doubtful that anyone will be receiving one as a Christmas present …

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07:05
'Sky: Light Awaits' for iPhone, iPad...




A centerpiece of Apple's fall introduction of the Apple TV 4K, thatgamecompany's "Sky: Light Awaits," will miss its original 2017 window and launch in March 2018 instead, Apple has quietly revealed.

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06:37
Analyst: Apple working on large battery tech for...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple is working on large-capacity battery technology for its smartphones.

The reason? New 3D sensing and augmented reality functions expected to come to the iPhone's rear camera in 2019 will require more power consumption. Kuo predicts that Apple's key technologies will allow the company to create the required space for even larger batteries. And he thinks that the tech giant will instead use rigid-flex printed circuit board (RFPCB) batteries instead of flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) technology, as some expect.

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06:25
LG teases new Apple-compatible Thunderbolt 3...




LG is set to show off two new Thunderbolt 3 monitors at this January's Consumer Electronics Show, including the company's first 21:9 "5K UltraWide" display.

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06:06
Apple Car, anyone? Apple patent is for an autonomous...

Let the Apple Car rumors recommence. Apple has filed for a patent (number 20170353430) for an “autonomous navigation system,” which will doubtless review rumors of an Apple-branded vehicle (something I’m dubious about; more on that in a moment).

Apple’s patent is for an system which enables autonomous navigation of a vehicle along a driving route based on monitoring in the vehicle. The vehicle is manually navigated along the route to develop a “characterization” of the route. 

The characterization is progressively updated with repeated manual navigations along the route, and autonomous navigation of the route is enabled when a confidence indicator of the characterization meets a threshold indication. Characterizations can be updated in response to the vehicle encountering changes in the route and can include a set of driving rules associated with the route, where the driving rules are developed based on monitoring the navigation of one or more vehicles of the route....

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05:57
Apple said to be working on new large-capacity...




New 3D sensing and augmented reality functions expected to come to the iPhone's rear camera in 2019 will require more power consumption, prompting Apple to find ways to increase battery capacity, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities.

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05:54
Comment: Will Apple’s plans for cross-platform apps...

There have long been rumors that Apple plans to eventually converge Macs and iOS devices into a single product line running the same operating system. I expressed my own concerns about this way back in 2013, though also listed some things from which we could draw reassurance.

Apple has consistently denied the rumors, Tim Cook doing so with a particularly striking phrase back in 2012.

You can converge a toaster and refrigerator, but these things are probably not going to be pleasing to the user.

But yesterday’s news that Apple plans to...

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05:54
LG is planning a 34-inch, 5K, HDR computer display

Forgot these puny 27-inch displays on an iMac and iMac Pro. LG has announced the upcoming 34WK95U (pictured), a 34-inch, 5K (5,120x2,160), HDR 600, Nano IPS display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. 

Pricing and release dates haven’t been announced, but they’ll doubtless be expensive. Still, they should appeal to MacBook Pro owners who need the biggest display around and who don’t like a multi-monitor set-up.

LG has also announced the 32UK950, a 32-inch 4K UHD display with a 98% DCI-P3 color gamut and HDR 600 support. Again, pricing and a release date haven’t been mentioned. Both displays have Thunderbolt 3 connectors.

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05:45
Apple ships first iMac Pro orders

Apple is now shipping the iMac Pro to folks who’ve ordered one. Sadly, deliveries from China aren’t expected to arrive before Christmas, notes AppleInsider.

The all-new iMac Pro, with its 27-inch Retina 5K display, next generation Intel Xeon processors up to 18 cores, up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation, up to 16GB of VRAM, up to 128GB of memory, built-in Ethernet, and support for one billion colors, is the most powerful Mac ever made, says John Ternus, Apple’s vice president of Hardware Engineering. It comes in a new space gray enclosure.

With an all-flash architecture and all-new thermal design, iMac Pro delivers up to 80% more cooling capacity in the same thin iMac design, says Ternus. It will come with the new Radeon Pro Vega GPU, the most advanced graphics ever in a Mac. 

The iMac Pro with the Vega GPU delivers up to 11...

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05:39
Not everyone is happy with the planned Apple Global...

Australia’s first ever Apple Global Flagship Store will open at Federation Square (pictured) in Melbourne, delivering more public space, visitors and events to Victoria, and creating hundreds of local jobs. However, not everyone is happy about it.

According to Business Insider, some folks are questioning the decision to let the tech giant lease the public land for 20 years. One building Apple will demolish is home to the Koorie Heritage Trust and the Melbourne headquarters of SBS, although both will remain at alternate Federation Square locations.

"It's Melbourne's premier civic and cultural space in the city," Melbourne Greens councillor Rohan Leppert told AAP. "The public has a right to have some input at the very least into what that space looks like and going into the future."

The original...

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05:31
Apple amends its App Store guidelines

Apple is amending the App Store guideline that banned apps created using templates and other app generation services. When the company revised its policies earlier this year, the move was meant to reduce the number of low-quality apps and spam. 

However, as noted by TechCrunch, the decision ended up affecting small businesses, restaurants, nonprofits, organizations, clubs and others who don’t have the in-house expertise or funds to build custom apps from scratch.

Apple’s revised wording now says:

4.2.6 Apps created from a commercialized template or app generation service will be rejected unless they are submitted directly by the provider of the app’s content. These services should not submit apps on behalf of their clients and should offer...

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05:27
Apple begins shipping first iMac Pro orders




Apple's new premium, professional grade all-in-one desktop, the iMac Pro, is now shipping to customers, though deliveries from China are not expected to arrive before Christmas.

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05:19
LG announces drool-worthy 34-inch ultrawide ‘4.5K’...

LG has announced a 34-inch ultrawide 5K monitor with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, allowing a single-cable connection to a Mac that includes power. It has slim bezels on all four sizes.

LG says that the 34WK95U is aimed at professional users.

This ultimate 5K viewing experience is geared towards users who multitask extensively, such as video editors, photographers and software and app developers …

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05:00
Apple in 2017: Grading my predictions

January is the month for optimism, looking forward, and dreaming about what the new year might bring. But in the cold, dim light of December, it’s time to admit that the hourglass has just about run out on our hopes and dreams for the current year. Last year I wrote about my hopes for the Mac, the iPhone, and the iPad Pro in the shiny new year 2017.

While I am hard at work on building my wish list for 2018—hope springs eternal—it’s worth looking back and finding out just how many of my dreams were fulfilled this year, and how many simply didn’t happen. (Yes, this is the More Color column where I check my work.)

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05:00
Three Santa tracking apps for your iPhone or iPad

Christmas is almost here. You can help track Santa’s progress with a variety of apps for the iPhone and iPad. Here are three worth checking out:

The NORAD Tracks Santa website and free app offers a Christmas countdown, games, stories, and other activities, in addition to NORAD's iconic reports on Santa's travels.

Where is Santa Lite is a free app that “allows you to follow Santa's every move at any minute from anywhere (not just on Christmas Eve).” You can initiate a complete scan to find out where Kris Kringle is at every minute. A dynamic report of Santa's current location and activity will be followed with every scan.

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05:00
Resolve to not forget passwords in 2018 with this...

Security experts are always nagging us to change passwords frequently, as well as use long and complicated passwords that are unique for every website. There's only one problem with that -- keeping all those passwords straight! Sticky Password is an award-winning password management app that works with macOS, Windows, iOS and Android, and with today's deal you can get a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Pro for $29.99 -- 80% off the usual price!

If the video didn't give you all the information you needed, here's more about Sticky Password:

  • Create strong, unique passwords, whenever & wherever you need them, on all of your devices...
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04:30
Apple’s planned flagship Melborne store raises...

When Apple announced plans for a new ‘global flagship’ store in Melborne, Australia, it was welcomed by both government ministers and the square’s original architect.

Tourism minister John Eren said that the store would ‘breathe new life into Federation Square,’ while architect Donald Bates said that the development ‘respects and expands on the original vision for the site.’ It will also involve the demolition of an existing building many view as an eyesore.

But not everyone is happy about the plan …

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04:30
Sony’s HT-XT2 2.1 is a great choice for those who...

If you want better audio than most HDTVs speakers, and don’t have the room for a surround sound system, check out the Sony HT-XT2 2.1 Channel Sound system. It works great with the Sony XBR-X900E, which is the TV I recommend for owners of the Apple TV 4K. 

It doesn’t have the encompassing experience of a true surround sound system, but the HT-XT1 offers very good performance for both movies and music. Music and sound effects are especially clear and sharp, though dialog comes across slightly thin (though fiddling with the sound stand’s settings helps with this).

The HT-XT1’s sleek design allows you to place your TV atop it (as long as it doesn’t weigh more than 66 pounds), which is another space saving feature. And it doesn’t block your TV's remote control sensor, a problem I’ve experienced with some sound bars.

Another...

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04:00
How to create an external Mac startup disk for macOS...

If you install the Mac operating system on an external hard drive, thumb drive, or other storage device, your Mac can start up from that device instead of your built-in startup disk. First, make sure that your storage device is properly formatted.

For best results, your external hard drive, thumb drive, SDHC or SDXC card, or other storage device should be formatted as Mac OS Extended, not FAT, ExFAT, or NTFS. And to function as a startup disk, it needs to be using a GUID partition map. Here's how to check:

Connect your external storage device to your Mac.

Choose Apple menu () > About This Mac, then click the System Report button. Select Storage from the sidebar, then select your storage device from the list of volumes. Make sure that the Partition Map Type shown for your storage device is GPT (GUID Partition Table). If your storage device isn't using a GUID partition map, you can create one with Disk Utility.

Select your external storage device in Disk...

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03:58
US tax bill passes, allowing Apple to repatriate its...

Congress finally passed the Republican tax overhaul, which would make it affordable for Apple to repatriate the $252.3B cash it currently holds overseas. Apple would be able to take advantage of a one-time tax break, paying just 15.5% tax on the cash, rather than the 35% it would have had to pay previously.

If Apple chose to bring all of the cash back to the US, it would pay $39.1B in tax. And this would be practical because the company has already set aside $36.3B – almost the entire amount – for exactly that eventuality. But there’s one catch …

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Dec. 21, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

24U Software has introduced version 4.1 of 24U SimpleSound Plug-In. It enables FileMaker Pro to play back audio in the background, without blocking the user interface, and manipulate ID3 metadata in the MP3 audio files

Version 4.1 adds: 64-bit compatibility with FileMaker Pro 14, 15, and 16;, a completely rewritten audio playback engine that takes advantage of the native audio formats supported by the host platform; and ID3 metadata support has been extended both to support wider range of ID3 tags, including lyrics and artworks, and to work on FileMaker Server as a server-side plug-in.

A demo of 24U SimpleSound Plug-In 4.1 is available....

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03:15
Apple admits to throttling iOS performance on older...

Well, this isn’t good.

Following years of suspicion from critics, Apple may have admitted to secretly stifling the performance of older iPhones.

After years of anecdotal evidence that the company was purposely slowing performance to compel users to upgrade to the latest iPhone model, Apple admitted to the practice on Wednesday, offering the following comments as to the practice:

“Our goal is to deliver the best experience for customers, which includes overall performance and prolonging the life of their devices. Lithium-ion batteries become less capable of supplying peak current demands when in cold conditions, have a low battery charge or as they age over time, which can result in the device unexpectedly shutting down to protect its electronic components.

Last year we released a feature for iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and iPhone SE to smooth out the instantaneous peaks only when needed to prevent the device from unexpectedly shutting down during these...

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03:00
Apple’s rumored “Marzipan” project might allow iOS...

A new Apple project could allow thousands of iOS applications to run under macOS.

Apple is reportedly working to overcome challenges in getting software developers to embrace the Mac App Store. With the expected upcoming changes, developers will be able to create a single application that can work with either a touchscreen, a mouse, or a trackpad.

The project, reportedly codenamed “Marzipan”, will allow macOS and iOS applications to essentially blur together with the hope that applications on the Mac will be updated more frequently and be of higher quality than their current state. A Bloomberg report cited the official Twitter app, which is regularly updated for iPhone and iPad, but less frequently so for Mac.

The effort could take place around the next Worldwide Developers Conference in June of 2018. If Apple sticks to its usual release pattern, then iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 would be announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, before launching to...

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03:00
Disney, Fox, and the painful path to a la carte TV

Disney's plan to acquire most of Fox could hasten the TV bundle's collapse, but not without consequences.

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02:46
Apple will waive $99/year App Store developer fee...

Apple dropped some new App Store review guidelines yesterday that detailed the latest policies and rules developers must abide by to see their apps approved. For template-generated apps, Apple will require that all apps published to the store must be submitted by the true owner of the app, with their own developer account. This adds some financial burden to charities and nonprofits that didn’t exist before, but Apple has announced a solution …

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Wednesday December 20

18:33
Watch: Five tips for shooting high-quality video on...




Getting started with video on the iPhone is easy, but mastering the capture of it can be difficult. AppleInsider has five tips for you to make the most of your iPhone's video camera.

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18:03
What do you think of Apple slowing down older...

After our initial report earlier this month, and more evidence from other sources, Apple today officially commented on reports that it slowed the performance of older iPhones in order to stabilize battery performance.

What do you make of this tactic and Apple’s reasoning for it?

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17:31
Apple revises developer guidelines, restricts '...




Apple's rule that prevented apps generated from commercial templates in the app store has been modified, with the new rule allowing it if submitted by the provider of the app's data, rather than by the developer.

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17:17
Hands-on: Nomad Leather cases for iPhone X [Video]

We recently got our hands on several new Nomad cases for the iPhone X. Nomad, known for its high quality Horween Leather offerings, provides a wide variety of cases in its iPhone X lineup. Watch our hands-on video commentary for more details. more…

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16:59
App Store guidelines updated w/ new info on template...

Apple has announced today that it is revising its App Store guidelines with a handful of notable changes. The latest version of the guidelines offers new details for template applications, cryptocurrency trading clients, VPNs, and more…

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15:53
CARROT Weather update brings redesigned widget, new...

On the heels of a major redesign for iPhone X last month, CARROT Weather for iOS was today updated with even more changes and enhancements. Bringing the app to version 4.4, today’s update brings more snarky content, a redesigned widget, and more…

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15:51
Amazon’s Fire TV devices add web browsers to access...

Browsing the web on the big screen in your living room isn't something many of us are clamoring for. Still, Amazon already added its own Silk browser to select Fire TV devices last month, but is expanding its availability to all Fire TV gadgets today...

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14:27
Apple responds to accusations of performance...

Apple on Wednesday released a statement to TechCrunch to address accusations on the internet that the company purposely throttles the performance of older iPhones in order to boost new iPhone sales. Here is the statement to TechCrunch:

Our goal is to deliver the best experience for customers, which includes overall performance and prolonging the life of their devices. Lithium-ion batteries become less capable of supplying peak current demands when in cold conditions, have a low battery charge or as they age over time, which can result in the device unexpectedly shutting down to protect its electronic...

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14:23
How to: Check iPhone battery health, DIY replace,...

Looking to speed up your iPhone? A battery replacement may be one of the best options. Apple has shared that it decreases iPhone performance to guard against less predictable, older batteries from early shutdowns. However, if you plan on keeping your iPhone for a while longer or want to hand it down, a $25-$79 battery investment may be worth it.

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13:31
Review: Fibaro Flood Sensor uses HomeKit automation...

Fibaro Flood Sensor is the first leak detector that works with Apple HomeKit. This lets you use Flood Sensor ($69) in Apple’s Home app in interesting ways not possible with other leak detectors.

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13:25
Best iOS/Mac app deals for the holidays: Duet...

Well, it’s that time of year again and we are seeing huge deals across the App Stores. As per usual, just about all the best iOS and Mac apps/games have gone on sale for the holidays and this is the place to find them. We have curated only the best-of-the-best down below in each category and will be updating this post throughout the weekend.  more…

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13:07
Apple Addresses Why Some iPhones With Older...

Matthew Panzarino, writing for TechCrunch:

Here’s a statement that Apple provided when I inquired about the
power profile that people were seeing when testing iPhones with
older batteries:

“Our goal is to deliver the best experience for customers, which
includes overall performance and prolonging the life of their
devices. Lithium-ion batteries become less capable of supplying
peak current demands when in cold conditions, have a low battery
charge or as they age over time, which can result in the device
unexpectedly shutting down to protect its electronic components.

Last year we released a feature for iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone
SE to smooth out the instantaneous peaks only when needed to
prevent the device from unexpectedly shutting down during these
...

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13:04
∞ Apple comments on why iPhones with older batteries...

Apple is once again in the midst of a ridiculous hubbub about iPhones with older batteries running slower than their newer counterparts. Some people even go so far as to say Apple is trying to force you to upgrade by slowing down your older iPhone on purpose. […]

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12:40
Apple Confirms iPhone With Older Batteries Will Take...

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Reddit users have noticed that Apple appears to be slowing down old iPhones that have low-capacity batteries. While many iPhone users have experienced perceived slowdowns due to iOS updates over the years, it appears that there's now proof Apple is throttling processor speeds when a battery capacity deteriorates over time. Geekbench developer John Poole has mapped out performance for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 over time, and has come to the conclusion that Apple's iOS 10.2.1 and 11.2.0 updates introduce this throttling for different devices. iOS 10.2.1 is particularly relevant, as this update was designed to reduce random shutdown issues for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. Apple's fix appears to be throttling the CPU to prevent the phone from randomly shutting down. Geekbench reports that iOS 11.2.0 introduces similar throttling for low iPhone 7 low-capacity batteries.

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12:34
Amazon support document clarifies 5.1 sound '...




On a recently updated document, Amazon has retracted claims that 5.1 sound is available in the early versions of the Amazon Prime Video app for the Apple TV, and that live streaming of Amazon channels and Thursday Night Football has limitations.

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12:26
Apple: older iPhones slow down due to aging batteries

Apple has responded to claims that it purposefully slows down older iPhone models to promote sales. The company says that the slowdown is actually due to worn batteries, which are more likely to exist in older phones. In a statement to AppleInsider, the company said:

Our goal is to deliver the best experience for customers, which includes overall performance and prolonging the life of their devices. Lithium-ion batteries become less capable of supplying peak current demands when in cold conditions, have a low battery charge or as they age over time, which can result in the device unexpectedly shutting down to protect its electronic components.

Last year we released a feature for iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE to smooth out the instantaneous peaks only when needed to prevent the device from unexpectedly...

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11:56
Apple admits it slows down old iPhones (but for the...

Speaking to TechCrunch today, Apple has shared an official statement regarding the decreased performance of iPhones with older batteries. While Apple’s response doesn’t offer much that’s new, it does reveal that the company plans on rolling out the battery stabilizing feature to more iPhones. TechCrunch’s Matthew Panzarino shares a thorough look at this situation with some actionable feedback for Apple.

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11:42
Apple responds to reports of worn batteries forcing...




Apple has confirmed that it temporarily slows down processes on older iPhones with poorly functioning batteries, with a recent update able to "smooth out the instantaneous peaks" when needed to prevent device shutdown.

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11:32
Apple issues second public betas of iOS 11.2.5...




Hot on the heels of its latest developer seeds, Apple on Wednesday released second public betas of iOS 11.2.5 for iPhones and iPads, and tvOS 11.2.5 for the Apple TV.

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11:19
DSLR Deals: The best bargains on digital cameras,...




A digital camera with interchangeable lenses is a great gift for the budding photographer or experienced image maker on your holiday shopping list. We're rounding up the best deals on DSLR camera bodies, lenses and kits with free overnight shipping for delivery by Christmas, as well as no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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11:06
Twitter now lets you use third-party apps instead of...

Twitter has announced an important change to how it handles two-factor authentication for new logins on its service. Twitter now lets you use third-party apps for two-factor authentication as an alternative to SMS.

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10:58
Lenovo has a 27-inch 1440p monitor for $200

Lenovo has a great last-minute deal today for a 27-inch 2560x1440 monitor: You can pick up the Lenovo L27q for $200. To get the $100 discount, use the coupon code MONITORSALE (via TechBargains) at checkout. The coupon code is case sensitive.

Besides the QHD resolution, Lenovo outfitted this IPS panel with a "Near-Edgeless Infinity" screen. This means that the borders of the screen are as thin as possible, allowing users to place multiple monitors side-by-side with less of a gap between the image on each display.

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10:57
Safari Technology Preview 46 brings Service Workers...

Apple’s developer-centric Safari Technology Preview sees an update today to version 46. Along with expected bug fixes, the browser release is the first from Apple to enable Service Workers by default.

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10:35
AWT TV Episode 32: December 19, 2017

Welcome to AWT TV, a weekly show featuring Steve Sande, Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards of Apple World Today. Each week we'll discuss what's happened in the world of Apple, talk about new apps and accessories, maybe even have a demonstration or two of the latest software.

It's the last AWT TV Show of 2017, with Steve and Marty discussing what was naughty this year and what was nice. Rather than give you a teaser about what we chatted about, we suggest just watching the show.

Steve does give a short intro to AirTable, a free (for personal use) relational database application for web, Mac, Windows, iOS and Android. It's powerful enough that there are big companies using it, but easy enough for anybody to learn and master.

Our next show -- Episode 33 -- will be on January 2, 2017. See you then. Have a very Merry Christmas and a happy and safe New...

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09:54
Apple TV 4K units sold out at Amazon

Yikes! Not only are Apple’s AirPods again in short supply, but, as noted by AppleInsider, the Apple TV 4K has already sold out at Amazon only hours after it began selling the set-top box.

Amazon began selling the Apple TV again on Wednesday after stopping sales of the set-top box two years ago. And the recently free Amazon Prime Video app for the Apple TV had the most downloads over seven days of any app in the history of the tvOS App Store.

However, don't worry. You can still buy the 32GB and 64GB Apple TV 4K models at Apple’s online store, and they’ll arrive in 1-2...

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09:51
Tidal continues push on Apple platforms with native...




Tidal on Wednesday introduced a native app for the fourth-generation Apple TV and the Apple TV 4K, making it easier to use the on-demand music service in the living room.

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09:41
Rumor (and my opinion): ‘Universal apps’ coming for...

Apple plans to allow developers to release universal apps that work across the macOS and iOS as early as next year as part of the company’s “Marzipan” project, according to Bloomberg News. The apps will work with a touchscreen or mouse and trackpad depending on whether it’s running on the iPhone and iPad operating system or on a Mac, the article adds, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

Currently, of course, developers have to develop apps separately the iOS or the macOS. Unifying the apps could help the iOS and macOS platforms “evolve and grow as one, and not one at the expense of the other,” Steven Troughton-Smith, an app developer, tells Bloomberg News. “This would be the biggest change to Apple’s software platform since iOS was introduced.”

However, Bloomberg News says the plans...

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09:28
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09:26
Bigger yields could let Samsung churn out 180-200M...




Samsung Display has allegedly improved the yield rates for the OLED panels used in the iPhone X, and could manufacture as many as 180 to 200 million OLED panels for Apple next year.

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09:23
Tidal brings its hi-fi streaming service to Apple TV...

Tidal may be running out of cash according to recent reports, but Jay-Z’s music streaming service has been on fire with shipping app updates for Apple’s platforms lately. Earlier this month Tidal shipped its iPhone X app update which added support for Apple CarPlay. Now, Tidal is coming to the Apple TV with a new tvOS app.

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08:52
Apple TV 4K sells out at Amazon hours after launching




Customers hoping to get an Apple TV 4K before Christmas have one less option, as Amazon completely sold out of the set-top box only hours after it began sales of the device, reflecting years of demand that grew from a dispute between the two companies.

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08:00
Apple Plans Combined iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps To...

An anonymous reader shares a Bloomberg report: Apple's iPhone and iPad introduced a novel way of interacting with computers: via easy-to-use applications, accessible in the highly curated App Store. The same approach hasn't worked nearly as well on Apple's desktops and laptops. The Mac App Store is a ghost town of limited selection and rarely updated programs. Now Apple plans to change that by giving people a way to use a single set of apps that work equally well across its family of devices: iPhones, iPads and Macs. Starting as early as next year, software developers will be able to design a single application that works with a touchscreen or mouse and trackpad depending on whether it's running on the iPhone and iPad operating system or on Mac hardware, according to people familiar with the matter. Developers currently must design two different apps -- one for iOS, the operating system of Apple's mobile devices, and one for macOS, the system that runs Macs. With a single app for...

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07:56
Pokemon Go could get Apple ARKit support as soon as...




Niantic's hit iPhone and iPad game Pokemon Go is reportedly on the verge of getting a promised update with ARKit support, enabling visual, battery, and gameplay enhancements.

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07:29
After $1.9 billion and seven years, secretive Magic...




Virtual and augmented reality company Magic Leap has taken the lid off the project that is has been working on for the last seven years, and has debuted the Magic Leap One Lightwear goggles and required wearable computer, with the set to ship at some point in 2018.

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07:24
Latest celebrity voice option for Waze is Liam Neeson

If you’re bored with the standard Waze voice, and don’t want to record your own, the company has just announced that actor Liam Neeson’s voice is available ‘for a limited time’ as part of a promo for his upcoming movie Commuter

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07:12
In-depth analysis compares quality of Apple’s...

Since its introduction in 2012, Apple Maps has carried the burden of much scrutiny and criticism for the quality and coverage of its mapping data. While Apple’s data has steadily improved since day one, a new comparison shows just how much more work it will take to surpass Google Maps.

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07:03
Apple's project 'Marzipan' will let...




As a way to bolster software offerings on Mac, Apple is reportedly planning to blur the lines between its macOS and iOS platforms, allowing iPhone and iPad apps from the hugely successful iOS App Store to run on a Mac.

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06:58
Report: Apple to support cross-platform apps that...

Apple will add new developer tools that will enable developers to design and engineer a single application that runs on iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, according to a report from Bloomberg. This will be a huge step for the Mac app ecosystem especially, as it should make it easier for third-party developers to maintain one app that runs on iOS and Macs.

The apps would be designed in such a way that they can work with a touchscreen, mouse, and trackpad depending on which platform the app is running on. The new ability is scheduled to launch with iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 next year, but the timeline could change.

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06:44
Apple to start off 2018 with a New Year’s Apple...

For the second year in a row, Apple will launch an Apple Watch Activity Challenge to celebrate the New Year. Set to start showing up from the 28th December, the new activity challenge promotes fitness by asking users to complete their Activity rings (Move, Exercise, and Stand) for seven consecutive days in January 2018.

Apple Watch owners can earn a special iMessage sticker (pictured below) and achievement medal in the Activity app. The design of the rewards are the same as the 2017 challenge, with an updated number for the 2018 year.

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06:43
Apple Pay may debut soon in Poland

Several banks on the Polish market have been technically prepared to introduce Apple Pay for a long time now. Now the mobile payment service may be coming to the country soon, according to a Cashless article.

The banks — including Alior, BZ WBK and mBank — have implemented Mastercard or Visa's tokenization solutions. It's the technology used by Apple Pay.

“Now the only thing standing in the way of Apple Pay in Poland is establishing the financial conditions, that is the commission that banks would have to pay to Apple for mobile transactions performed by the banks’ customers using iPhones,” says Cashless.

Apple Pay is currently available in 20 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK,...

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06:40
Google Maps's Moat: How Far Ahead of Apple Maps...

An anonymous reader shares a report: Over the past year, we've been comparing Google Maps and Apple Maps in New York, San Francisco, and London -- but some of the biggest differences are outside of large cities. That's a comprehensive comparison. Google Maps, unlike Apple Maps, doesn't stop at outlining the routes. It offers contextual details such as depiction of buildings and other structures and vegetation. It has captured everything -- from dish antennae on top of buildings to golf courses. Furthermore, Google Maps also shows name of the neighbourhood, and has more distinguishable icons and colors. You can glance at a portion of the map on Google Maps and get a good picture of what's in that place. Apple Maps, on the other hand, looks empty. Like an unfurnished house.


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06:34
Strategy Analytics: folks love the iPhone X’s camera

Analyzing early adopter reviews of Apple's iPhone X from major online retailers, a new report from the Consumer Sentiment Analysis (CSA) service at Strategy Analytics has found that its camera is the major driver among positive ratings and in particular, the front facing camera which allows Apple's new security feature, Face ID, is a key market differentiator.

The research group says Apple's upgraded front-facing TrueDepth camera has allowed new security and augmented reality features through Face ID and Animojis, respectively. In particular, consumer sentiment surrounding Face ID is extremely positive.

Consumer sentiment for the display and battery is also positive. Around 80% of reviews for these core features are positive though sentiment remained greater for the camera, notes Strategy Analytics.

Brand equity remains an important factor for the iPhone X. As an established brand with a loyal...

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06:28
Pokémon GO gaining iPhone exclusive AR+ mode powered...

After first demoing improved augmented reality features for Pokémon GO back at Apple’s developer conference in June, Niantic has officially announced AR+ mode for the hit game. AR+ leverages Apple’s ARKit framework to make Pokémon appear hyper realistic.

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06:24
Samsung reportedly hits 90% yield with iPhone X...

One of the initial constraints on supply of the iPhone X was poor yield rates on the Samsung-made OLED screens. Back in August, the yield rate was reported to be as low as 60% thanks to Apple’s exacting standards.

But Samsung appears to be getting into the swing of things, with a report out of Korea saying that the yield rate passed through 80% later in the year, and is now close to 90% …

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06:13
IDC: the smart watches market, led by the Apple...

The overall wearables market is expected to grow from 113.2 million shipments in 2017 to 222.3 million in 2021 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.4%, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker. And smart watches, led primarily by the Apple Watch, are expected to ship 71.5 million units by 2021, up from 31.6 million in 2017. 

Contributing factors include the adoption of cellular connectivity and the transition of kids watches (a phenomenon largely relegated to China) from basic location tracking watches to more sophisticated watches that allow kids to play games, run apps, and communicate with friends/family, adds the research group.

The most popular wearables to date have been basic wristbands like the Xiaomi Mi Band or Fitbit Charge. However, such wearables are quickly becoming commodities and IDC anticipates low...

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06:09
Apple Pay could come to Poland's 38M people in...




Filling in a significant European gap, Apple Pay could be headed to Poland as soon as the first quarter of 2018, a report claims.

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06:07
Apple global flagship store coming to Melbourne,...

Australia’s first ever Apple Global Flagship Store will open at Federation Square (pictured) in Melbourne, delivering more public space, visitors and events to Victoria, and creating hundreds of local jobs.

Minister for Tourism and Major Events John Eren says the new flagship store would be a major drawcard for visitors and locals, breathing new life into one of Melbourne’s most iconic landmarks. The store will create nearly 500 square metres of new public space within Federation Square and make it easier for people to move between the Yarra River and Birrarung Marr.

Apple will bolster our creative offerings and events in Federation Square alongside the likes of the Koorie Heritage Trust, ACMI and the National Gallery of Victoria.

The store will replace the existing Yarra Building, creating extra open space in front of the big screen. The Koorie Heritage Trust will relocate within the Alfred Deakin building at the Square, providing a larger central area and...

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06:00
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The ONOTONE concrete series for iPhone and MacBook is here, and it’s handmade with real cement.

The Concrete series is available for all models of iPhone and MacBook family. Each item is hand-crafted with real cement .

The Concrete iPhone case is made with a thin handmade layer of cement and PC material without adding any bulk. It provides access to all controls of iPhone. The...

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