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Tuesday January 23

12:52
EU tipped to sanction Qualcomm over Apple chip deal...




The European Commission is reportedly preparing to sanction Qualcomm for anti-competitive practices in supplying components to Apple for use in its iPhones, with the antitrust watchdog potentially levying a fine against the chip producer of up to $2 billion.

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12:18
Craft beer: what city is the microbrew capital of...

Having lived there, I would have guessed Portland, Oregon. But seeing who is actually number one makes me want to visit.

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12:00
Apple Releases iOS 11.2.5, macOS 10.13.3, watchOS 4....

Another week, another set of Apple operating system updates. Apart from HomePod support in iOS and Siri getting in touch with its inner anchorperson, most of the changes in these updates fix security vulnerabilities. You’ll want to install them sooner rather than later.

 

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11:39
How to score an iMac Pro for $500 off: $4,494...

Although it’s likely that no deal will ever surpass Micro Center’s ridiculous $1000 off it recently ran for the iMac Pro, this one comes closest. B&H is offering $500 off any available iMac Pro SKU. That means that you can potentially score a base model 8-core iMac Pro, for $4494.00 out the door. more…

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11:28
Siri’s news podcast playback feature now includes...

Included in today’s release of iOS 11.2.5 for iPhone and iPad is a new feature that builds on something we discovered earlier this month. Siri can now play news streams specific to sports, business, and music news when asked.

more…

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11:00
macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 update now available with...

Apple on Tuesday released an update for macOS High Sierra. According to Apple’s release notes, macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 fixes a problem in Messages where your conversation is listed out of order. It also has a fix for an issue that causes your Mac to stop responding when connected to an SMB server.

Version 10.13.3 is available through the Mac App Store; when you launch the App Store app, click on the Updates tab at the top of the app. You can press Command-R or select Store > Reload Page if you don’t see the update. The installation will require you Mac to restart.

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10:55
Apple releases iOS 11.2.5 with HomePod support, Siri...

It's time to update all your Apple gear! A relative minor point release update has just been released for iOS, tvOS, and watchOS. When you get the time, you should update all your iPhones, iPads, AppleTVs, and Apple Watches.

What's new in iOS 11.2.5

You won't find dramatic changes or really big new features in iOS 11.2.5, but it does add support for HomePod (coming February 9th) and the ability for Siri to play audio news. That last one is a little odd, because the feature went live last week and worked fine on earlier versions of iOS. Here's what Apple lists in the release notes:

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10:50
Survey claims interest in new iPhones nears historic...

A new survey by Wall Street research firm Cowen found that the number of current U.S. iPhone owners planning to buy a new iPhone “was near the lowest levels since conducting our survey.”

“iPhone appeal moderating across the industry,” the firm wrote in a new report. “When asked ‘what kind of cell phone do you think you will get with your next upgrade/purchase,’ the percent of postpaid respondents at AT&T, Sprint and Verizon selecting iPhone moderated vs. last quarter while at the same time just 80.5% of postpaid respondents who already have an iPhone indicated they will get one with their next upgrade/purchase, which was near the lowest levels since conducting our survey and was down from 87.6% last quarter.”

Cowen has been conducting quarterly consumer surveys since 2013. The firm recently completed its latest quarterly survey ahead of...

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10:46
Apple releases security update, fixes Meltdown on...

Alongside macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, released today, Apple has also issued Security Update 2018-001 for macOS Sierra and macOS El Capitan.

more…

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10:42
Qualcomm may be fined $2 billion for hurting...

European Union (EU) antitrust regulators will sanction Qualcomm for hurting competition by paying Apple to use its chips exclusively, according to the Financial Times (a subscription is required to read the article). Qualcomm paid Apple to buy all of its communication chipsets from 2011 to 2016.

Fines by the EU (Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency)  for such discretions are capped at 10% of a company’s annual turnover, which would put Qualcomm’s maximum payment at about $2B billion.

Seeking Alpha says the fine would give Apple power in its ongoing legal battles against Qualcomm for “exclusionary tactics and excessive royalties” and weaken Qualcomm as it tries to fight off the unsolicited bid from...

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10:39
How to stop “Upgrade to MacOS High Sierra”...

This is a great tip for those of us who can’t or don’t want to upgrade to MacOS High Sierra.

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10:36
Sonos Controller app adds darker UI, simplified...

In a blog post today, Sonos announced the rollout of a new version of their Sonos Controller app for iOS and Android. The update intends to simplify navigation and refresh the app’s user interface.

more…

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10:22
Apple updates macOS High Sierra, iOS, watchOS, tvOS

Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2, and tvOS 11.2.5.

Apple says macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 provides security and feature improvements — including a bug fix for a glitch that allowed the Mac App Store menu in System Preferences to be unlocked with any password. . It can be downloaded directly from the Mac App Store or through the Software Update function in the Mac App Store on all compatible Macs that are already running macOS High Sierra. 

iOS 11.2.5 also offers bug fixes, including one that allowed a malicious link to freeze the Messages app on iOS devices. iOS 11.2.5 also offers bug fixes, including one that allowed a malicious link to freeze the Messages app on iOS devices. It also adds support for the upcoming HomePod and Siri Audio News. The update can be downloaded for free on all eligible devices over-the-air in the Settings app. To access the update, go to Settings --> General --> Software Update. 

watchOS 4.2.2 also...

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10:16
Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, iOS 11.2.5...




Apple has updated its entire suite of operating systems, shipping updates macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2, and tvOS 11.2.5 to the public on Tuesday.

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10:08
Analyst: lower end, 6.1-inch iPhone for 2018 will...

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is sticking with his previous prediction that the 2018 iPhones will ship in 5.8- and 6.5-inch sizes in OLED, with a lower-priced ($700-$800) 6.1-inch device coming, as well.

He believes the latter will have a single rear camera, and an aluminum frame rather than stainless steel. Kuo Kuo says the lower priced smartphone will lack 3D touch, and have 3GB of RAM, as compared to 4GB in the OLED models.

Kuo forecasts that Apple will ship between 80 and 90 million phones after they launch. Of those, he anticipates about 50% to be the 6.1-inch LED model.

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10:05
Apple Might Discontinue the MacBook Air

An anonymous reader shares a report: Just in time for its tenth anniversary, Apple might finally be killing the MacBook Air, according to a new report from Digitimes. If this is true, it'd be the first axing of a laptop line from Apple since the iBook and Powerbook were axed back in 2006. It would also be about damn time. Apple quietly killed the 11-inch MacBook Air back in 2016, but the larger 13-inch version has lingered on, getting a mild processor refresh last year that still left the laptop using a 5th generation Intel processor. That's three generations behind the processors currently found in the MacBook Air's competition, and it is the primary reason the laptop was excluded from our piece looking at the best laptop to be had for under $1000.


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10:02
iOS 11.2.5 is now available for iPhone and iPad

Apple has officially release iOS 11.2.5 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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10:02
macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 with Messages fix now...

The latest update to macOS High Sierra is now available for all customers. The new build ships with version 17D47 or 17D2047 depending on your machine.

more…

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10:02
tvOS 11.2.5 now available for Apple TV

There’s a new software update ready for both Apple TV (fourth gen) and Apple TV 4K. tvOS 11.2.5 is now available through the Software Updates section of the Settings app. The new build is 15K552.

more…

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10:02
watchOS 4.2.2 is now available for Apple Watch

In addition to iOS 11.2.5 shipping, Apple has released watchOS 4.2.2 for all Apple Watches. The current build is 15S542.

more…

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10:01
∞ Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek

I admit, I’d go see this movie.

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10:01
A set of three Type-A to Type-C USB cables is just $...

Aukey has a nice discount on a three-pack of 3-foot Type-A to Type-C USB cords today.

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10:01
A set of three Type-A to Type-C USB cables is just $...

If you didn't have a USB-C powered device last year, chances are you will before the end of 2018. That means you'll need Type-A  (i.e. standard USB) to Type-C cables to make all of your devices and chargers play nice with each other. Today, Aukey via Amazon is selling a three pack of 3-foot USB 3.0 Type-A to USB Type-C for $7.

The sticker price is $10, but if you click the rebate section underneath the price, then click Redeem, you'll see an option for "30% off 1 item(s)".

These cords have not been examined by Type-A to Type-C guru Benson Leung, but they are from a known company with many happy customer reviews and the right specs. In other words, these wires should be safe for all your USB-C electronics.

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09:47
iPhone 2018 rumors: 6.1-inch model to sport a single...

Updated 01/23/18: KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo dropped a few new details about the predicted specs of the new 6.1-inch iPhone coming this year.

It’s not enough that the new iPhone X is only a month or so old; rumors about next year’s iPhone are already starting to fly. We’ll keep track of what’s been said and what seems feasible in this article so you can keep up with the latest iPhone gossip.

What’s the latest?

The ever-popular iPhone tipster Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, who predicts iPhone details based primarily on watching the supply and manufacturing chain, has issued a report with new details on what he believes will be some of the major differences between iPhone models this year.

To read this...

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09:41
Instagram brings GIF stickers to photos and videos...

Instagram has today launched GIF stickers for use in the social media platform’s stories. The company also announced that it will soon launch a feature to help with posting content with different aspect ratios.

more…

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09:40
Entry-level 2018 6.1-inch iPhone may be LCD, cost...




An investor's note is shedding some more light on previous prognostications, saying again that moving at least some iPhone X features to the entire line will boost sales volume -- and has some predictions on specifications of the 6.1-inch LCD model.

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09:35
Chinese man sparks explosion after biting iPhone...

In an odd scenario, a man in China caused an iPhone to explode after trying to get a battery replacement. According to a report from Taiwan News, a man went into a third-party retailer to get his battery replaced but wanted to check the authenticity of the battery by biting into it. This caused the battery to burst into flames. more…

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09:34
DJI Mavic Air: The latest flying Apple accessory is...

To the surprise of almost nobody after leaked news yesterday, drone manufacturer DJI announced the Mavic Air this morning, a new $799 (base price) consumer/light pro quadcopter that packs most of the features of the Mavic Pro into a smaller, lighter and less expensive package. A "Fly More" package with 2 extra batteries, extra props and more will run $999. 

The specs are pretty much what we heard about yesterday and are quite impressive in terms of their similarity to the Mavic Pro. The Air comes with a 3-axis mechanical gimbal with an angular vibration range of just 0.005°. Gimbal dampeners were added for even less vibration. 

The video capability is pretty impressive: 4K 30fps (that's different from the 60fps expected), but recording at 100 Mbps for best quality. The Air uses the familiar 1/2.3-inch 12 megapixel CMOS sensor and an F2.8 lens. For professional quality,...

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09:30
9to5Toys Last Call: high-end 15″ Touch Bar MacBook...

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications. more…

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09:04
HomePod at launch lacks stereo linking and multiple-...




Apple's HomePod may be shipping in the beginning of February, but multiple-room audio support and stereo sound between two HomePods will be absent at launch.

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08:56
KGI: 6.1-inch LCD iPhone priced between $700-$800 w...

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is today out with a new investor note offering more color on the new iPhone models coming later this year. Kuo predicts that Apple’s decision to bring the iPhone X design to additional models will cause an increase in sales, while also offering more information on specifications…

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08:39
Tips: If you're holding off on macOS High...




Every time you boot a computer capable of upgrading to High Sierra, macOS will pop up at least one notification a day exhorting you to move up. Here's how to turn them off for good, with one Terminal command.

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08:34
HomePod will launch with peer-to-peer AirPlay, multi...

HomePod is finally hitting the market next month after a brief delay, but it won’t ship with a couple of promised features. Multi-room audio playback with AirPlay 2 and stereo pairing won’t work at launch, but traditional peer-to-peer AirPlay appears to still be on the table.

more…

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08:26
HomePod Arrives February 9th, Multi-Room Audio to...

Apple has announced a shipping date for the HomePod smart speaker, and you’ll be able to preorder it soon. But should you? Josh Centers expresses some doubts.

 

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08:23
AppleCare+ for HomePod will cost $39, covers AirPort...

In case you want to protect your $349 HomePod from accidental damage, you’ll be able to get AppleCare+ coverage for $39.

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08:22
Apple's $349 HomePod smart speaker arrives Feb...

After a slight delay, Apple has announced that pre-orders for HomePod will begin this Friday, January 26, with units set to begin shipping on Feb. 9. The $349 smart speaker will be available in just three countries at launch: U.S., U.K., and Australia.

Apple unveiled HomePod at WWDC back in June, where Tim Cook and Phil Schiller touted the device’s musical capabilities. Dubbed a “magical new music experience,” the 7-inch speaker is packed with a seven-array beam-forming tweeter array and a high-excursion subwoofer to deliver rich, robust sound.

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08:13
Official announcement – DJI Mavic Air specifications...

From Drone DJ

Finally, the adventure unfolded! Today is the day of the official announcement of the all-new DJI Mavic Air. We now know all of the specifications of this drone that slots right in between the current DJI Mavic Pro and DJI Spark and priced at $799.  As usual, many specs had already been leaked through different channels and we tried our best to gather them and present them to you. However, today is the day, so let’s get started!

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07:58
HomePod can play purchased iTunes music, podcasts...

Apple today announced that HomePod goes on sale February 9. Whilst HomePod works best with an Apple Music subscription, allowing users to ask Siri to play any of the 40 million tracks in the Apple Music catalog, it does not require a subscription to function. We have learned that the HomePod can play content purchased from iTunes, stream Beats 1, and listen to podcasts without needing a subscription.

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07:41
DJI launches $799 Mavic Air drone with 4K camera as...




DJI has launched its Mavic Air drone, a foldable quadcopter that offers a middle ground between the Mavic Pro and the Spark drones, with the new model featuring a 4K camera on a three-axis gimbal and the ability to control it using gesture controls.

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07:38
Snapchat will from today let you share Stories on...

Snapchat has confirmed that, from later today, you’ll be able to share your Stories to Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere. The feature will, for the first time, allow you to share your Snapchat stories with people who don’t use the app thanks to a new Story player on the web …

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07:20
Comment: Why I’m keeping the iMac Pro [Video]

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been trying to decide whether to keep the iMac Pro or go back to the 5K iMac. On the surface, both machines look almost identical outside of the Pro’s space gray exterior. And depending on the type of tasks you regularly engage in, performance differences can vary widely.

But the more that I use the iMac Pro, the more that I come to appreciate how good it really is for my workflow. In this post and hands-on video, I consider five reasons why I’ve decided to stick with Apple’s professional-grade all-in-one. more…

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07:15
Report: Apple shipped 29M iPhone X units in Q4 2017...

Technology analysts Canalys estimate that Apple shipped 29 million iPhone X units in Q4 last year (Apple’s Q1 2018). It says that 7M of them – almost a quarter – were shipped in China.

The firm says that two factors helped ‘impressive’ sales of the flagship iPhone …

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07:15
After speculative reports of slow sales, iPhone X is...




Just one week after delivering a widely-distributed report speculatively suggesting that 'weak demand' might result in Apple canceling production of iPhone X this summer, analysts are now lining up to shift their stories in the days before Apple releases its actual fiscal Q1 performance data for the winter quarter. In a remarkable turn, iPhone X is suddenly said to be selling well, and scuttlebutt about slashed component orders is again looking uninformed.

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07:11
Double Feature sale in the iTunes store offers two...




Apple is giving movie lovers in the United States an easy way to expand their digital film collections, by launching a new 'Double Features' sale in the iTunes Store that offers two related films together in a bundle for $9.99.

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07:10
HomePod will cost £319 in UK and A$499 in Australia...

When Apple announced HomePod last summer, it introduced the smart speaker with a $349 price tag in the United States and promised availability in the UK and Australia. Now that Apple has announced both the order and release dates, we now know how much HomePod will cost in the two other launch countries.

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06:56
Apple's $7M in government lobbying dollars...




Apple's lobbying money grew dramatically to $7 million in 2017 -- but the biggest spender was Google, coming in at more than $18 million spent on lobbying efforts.

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06:53
Tech giants spent record $50 million lobbying the US...

The dramatic shift in American politics during 2017 created many headaches for the tech industry -- and you'd better believe they spent plenty of money trying to cure those headaches. Recode has combed through House and Senate records to learn that...

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06:40
Apple shares new HomePod details including gesture...

Apple has unveiled lots of HomePod details this morning including a new guide for how the smart speaker can be controlled with the top surface area. HomePod will be primarily driven by Siri, but tapping the top will support a number of gestures for playback control.

more…

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06:33
Canalys: Apple ships 29 million iPhone X units in...

Apple shipped 29 million iPhone Xs in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2017, making it the world’s best-shipping smartphone model over the holiday season, reports Canalys

Adoption was driven by upgrade demand in operator-centric markets, where Apple’s installed base is high and customers can finance the cost of handsets over many months, according to the research group. Another notable highlight for the iPhone X is that of the 29 million shipped, 7 million were in China.

“The iPhone X performance is impressive for a device priced at US$999, but it is slightly below industry expectations,” said Ben Stanton, analyst at Canalys. “Apple struggled with supply issues in early November, but achieved a massive uplift in production in late November and throughout December. This helped it meet and even exceed demand in some markets by the end of the quarter. One major benefit to Apple is that customers are increasingly realizing...

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06:31
HomePod arrives February 9, available to order this...

From Apple’s press release:

HomePod, the innovative wireless speaker from Apple, arrives in stores beginning Friday, February 9 and is available to order online this Friday, January 26 in the US, UK and Australia. HomePod will arrive in France and Germany this spring.

HomePod delivers stunning audio quality wherever it’s placed — in any room in the house, playing any style of music. Using just your voice, it’s easy and fun to use, and works together with an Apple Music subscription for a breakthrough music experience, providing access to one of the world’s largest cloud music libraries.

On Siri:

Siri, now actively used on over half a billion devices, has developed a deep knowledge of music and understands your preferences and tastes. And with Siri, HomePod can send a message, set a timer, play a podcast, check the news, sports, traffic and weather, and even control a wide range of HomeKit smart home accessories.

And:

Using Siri to deliver...

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06:30
Apple’s Siri-equipped HomePod comes to your home on...

Enlarge (credit: Apple)

Apple announced this morning that the wait for its HomePod smart speaker is nearly over. HomePod will be available starting February 9, with preorders beginning Friday, January 26. The home speaker that houses the company's virtual assistant Siri will initially be sold in the US, UK, and Australia, and will be available in France and Germany this spring.

The company first announced HomePod at last year's WWDC with the hopes of releasing it in December for $349, ahead of the holiday season. However, that...

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06:29
TCM is a new app for managing a Mac from a web...

Twocanoes Software has released TCM, a solution to manage Macs from a web browser such as Safari or Chrome. The company says you can take a screenshot, open an app, open a web page, reboot a computer, send a UNIX command, reboot to Windows all without leaving your desk or your coffee shop. 

Organizations can use TCM to create simplified web views so authorized users can sign into and only see a web page with a specific group of Macs and limited tasks, according to the folks at Twocanoes. You can keep Macs up-to-date instantly using TCM.

TCM is available immediately from Twocanoes Software starting at $299 for up to 30 Macs. A demo is available for download. Education and tiered pricing is available.

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06:27
With no multi-room support for HomePod at launch,...

Those waiting eagerly for Apple’s HomePod smart speaker have now twice been disappointed. First, when Apple delayed the release from December until February, and a second piece of bad news now as the release date has been announced.

Coming this year in a free software update, users will be able to play music throughout the house with multi-room audio.

So if you were planning on buying more than one, it won’t offer multi-room support until some unspecified later date …

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06:26
Twitter COO Anthony Noto resigns to lead a finance...

If there was one person at Twitter who was more important than co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey, it was COO Anthony Noto. Now, in what could be big news for the social network, Noto has announced that the rumors are true and he is leaving the company t...

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06:21
On rumors of the iPhone X being produced for only...

Start off with a quick read of this Apple Insider post: If iPhone X Demand Is Less Than Expected, Analyst Expects It to Be ‘End of Life’ When Replacements Ship.

From the post, this bit about KGI predicting a quick end-of-life for iPhone X:

KGI also expects a trio of iPhone models in the fall of 2018. He predicts the iPhone X will be “end of life” in the summer of 2018, instead of being retained as a lower-cost option in the following year. If this is the case, it would be the first time that Apple has not retained the previous year’s model to allow for a wide range of iPhones available at many price points.

John Gruber shares some insight on this:

This would not be the...

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06:13
Man causes explosion in Chinese electronics store by...




A man in an electronics store in China caused a replacement battery for his iPhone to explode by biting the component, according to a report, with footage from the incident quickly becoming a viral hit in the country within days of being uploaded to a video sharing service.

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06:12
Netflix's 'Mudbound' receives four...

The Oscar nominations for the 90th Academy Awards were announced this morning, and Netflix came away with a good showing for its film Mudbound. Mary J. Blige was nominated for Best Supporting Actress . Additionally the film received a nod in the Best...

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06:05
Apple adds Apple-designed public bikes to Apple Park...

Kif Leswing, Business Insider:

The “ring” building is situated on 175 acres, so it can take a lucky Apple employee as long as 10 minutes to walk from the parking garage to their office.

So Apple will provide 1,000 free bikes and 2,000 bike parking spots on its campus for employees to get from place to place.

Most Silicon Valley tech giants provide free bicycles for their employees, but given Apple’s corporate preferences, its bikes are minimally designed, compared to Google’s rainbow-colored two-wheelers.

It seems Apple settled on a completely chrome, minimalist bicycle design, and ordered a whole lot.

Not new news, but there’s a bit of video and a still shot of the bikes. Interesting to compare Google’s Google-color-scheme bikes to Apple’s minimalist take.

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06:02
Apple HomePod smart speaker preorders begin Friday,...




Apple's long-awaited HomePod arrives in stores beginning Friday, February 9 and is available to order online this Friday, January 26 in the US, UK and Australia.

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06:01
You can pre-order the HomePod this Friday

Apple’s HomePod wireless speaker arrives in stores beginning Friday, February 9 and is available to order online for $349 this Friday, January 26, in the US, UK and Australia. It will arrive in France and Germany this spring.

The HomePod is just under seven inches tall and looks like a piece of furniture. It will be available in both space gray and white. Combined with Siri, HomePod can send a message, set a timer, play a podcast, check the news, sports, traffic and weather, and even control a wide range of HomeKit smart home accessories.

According to Apple, the HomePod uses advanced software for real-time acoustic modeling, audio beam-forming, echo cancellation and more, powered by the company’s A8 chip, delivering a wide, spacious soundstage. Using spatial awareness to sense its location in the room, it automatically adjusts the audio to sound great wherever it is placed.

The HomePod features a large, Apple-designed woofer for deep, clean bass, a custom array...

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06:00
What I wish the iPad would gain from the Mac

Ryan Christoffel, MacStories:

If you want an iPad to supplement your iPhone and Mac, you can still get one in the $329 “just call me iPad” model introduced last spring. But the bulk of Apple’s iPad efforts of late have centered on making the device a capable replacement for the traditional computer. The iPad Pro and iOS 11 represent a new vision for the iPad. This vision puts the iPad not next to the Mac, but instead squarely in its place. It’s a vision embodied by the question, “What’s a computer?”

If the tagline “What’s a computer?” doesn’t ring a bell, take a moment to watch it.

Two key moments:

  • At about 30 seconds in, our hero does a super-Pro-move to fold up the keyboard. I’ve not yet found someone who can duplicate that move, at least not nearly as smoothly. Wonder how many takes that took.

  • At 55 seconds in, there’s the real payoff...

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06:00
Adobe's AI-powered Photoshop update is a time-...

Adobe has unveiled Photoshop 19.1 with a much-anticipated AI-based feature for photo retouchers and a fix for longstanding Windows display issues. The first feature is called "select subject," and uses Adobe's Sensei deep-learning algorithms to make...

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06:00
Snapchat Stories are coming to the web

Snap calls itself a camera company, and today it's taking a big step towards the proliferation of content beyond the confines of Snapchat. As rumored, the company will allow iOS and Android users to share select stories outside of the app (the same w...

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05:59
Adobe announces Sensei-powered updates to Photoshop...

This morning, Adobe is introducing several significant updates to both Photoshop CC and XD, the company’s user experience prototyping tool. Today’s announcements bring features and improvements developed thanks to Adobe’s work in machine learning and from customer feedback and requests in the Creative Cloud desktop apps.

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05:43
Apple's HomePod smart speaker will ship...

Apple's own vision for the future of home audio, the HomePod smart speaker, will begin shipping on February 9th. Pre-orders for the device open this Friday, January 26th, and are open to users in the US, UK and Australia, while those in France and Ge...

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05:41
Patent hints at an Apple NAS/personal cloud device

I’ve long wanted Apple to make its own NAS/personal cloud server device. Now the company has been granted a patent (number 9,876,830) that shows the company has at least considered the possibility.

The patent is for a “network media device” that pulls multimedia data from one or more sources (e.g., a multimedia website or a multimedia Mac), stores it to long-term storage within the device. It then transmits the stored multimedia data to one or more designated multimedia playback devices when requested by the user.

With the increasing capacity and capability of personal computers, as well as improved multimedia interfaces for these computers, it has become popular to use personal computers as a repository for multimedia content, such as songs, movies, etc. Particularly with music, the increased popularity of storing multimedia information on a personal computer has resulted in a variety of products and services to serve this industry.

Additionally, services have...

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05:40
How to set up Medical ID and customize SOS on iPhone...

Did you know you can specify medical info to appear on your iPhone lock screen? This could be lifesaving for many people.

Important features to be aware of, well laid out by Michael Potuck, writing for 9to5Mac.

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05:38
If you’re after great quality graphics in your Mac...

If you’re looking for games that make the most of the Mac’s capabilities, ones that use Metal would make a good start. And one gaming site has put together what it describes as ‘the definitive list of every MacOS Metal game available today’ …

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05:38
Hawaii governor couldn't log in to Twitter...

For most of us, forgetting a password means spending five minutes messing around with authentication emails and reset links. It's annoying, but it's not the end of the world. It was a different story for Hawaii governor David Ige earlier this month,...

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05:35
Apple intros Apple Music for Artists

Billboard:

Today Apple launches Apple Music for Artists, a dashboard designed to provide acts with hundreds of data points giving deep analytical insight into their fans’ listening and buying habits.

And:

The easily navigable dashboard’s home page provides artists with their current number of plays, spins, song purchases and album purchases. The user can specify the time period ranging from the past 24 hours to the 2015 launch of Apple Music.

An Insights panel showcases key milestones via bullet points that highlight such information as all-time number of plays and purchases for specific songs or cumulatively.

And:

Apple Music for Artists debuts more than two years after Spotify, Pandora and YouTube bowed their own artist dashboards. While admittedly a late entry, Apple hopes to make up for its tardiness with the depth of information available, level of transparency and the ease of use provided by the clean user interface.

Good news...

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05:31
Trump's new solar tariffs could kill 23,000 US...

As expected, US President Donald Trump has imposed a 30 percent tariff on solar cells imported into the US, mainly from Asia, a move that could bring the booming residential solar industry to a screeching halt. The levies are less than those requeste...

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05:30
Apple spends $7 million on lobbying in 2017

Apple spent $7 million lobbying the Trump administration in 2017, according to a Recode report. That’s the most the tech giant has ever spent lobbying. 

Apple pressed forward on issues like encryption and immigration. Like the rest of the industry, the Cupertino, California-based company advocated for the tax reform law recently signed by Trump.

Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google cumulatively racked up a roughly $50 million tab fighting off President Donald Trump and an onslaught of new federal regulations last year — “a reflection that the tech industry is increasingly under political siege in the nation’s capital,” says Recode. Google spent more than $18 million in lobbying, Amazon spent $12.8 million, and Facebook spent $11.5 million.

Apple continues to increase its Washington activities....

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05:20
Rumor: MacBook Air to be replaced by 13-inch MacBook

Touch panel maker General Interface Solution (GIS) is expected to land more LCM (LCD module) orders from Apple, which reportedly plans to release an entry-level 13-inch MacBook in the second half of 2018, according to DigiTimes, quoting unnamed “industry sources.”

With new orders for MacBooks and other models, GIS is expected to ramp up its LCM shipments to 600,000 units a month by the end of 2018 compared to 300,000 units currently, the article says. If a 13-inch MacBook is coming, it’s likely that the MacBook Air line is approaching the end of its run.

Chances this rumor is true, according to the Sellers Research Firm (that’s me): 100%. Trimming the Mac laptop line to the MacBook Pro and MacBook simplifies the line-up. Having the entry level laptops available in 12-inch and 13-inch sizes should satisfy the needs of most “non-pro” users.

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05:05
Rumor: Apple buying screens for 13" MacBook,...




Reports from the supply chain suggest that Apple has picked a supplier for 13-inch screens for a new MacBook -- which if accurate may mean that the MacBook Air's days are numbered.

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05:04
RED's Hydrogen One smartphone will ship this...

RED's much-hyped Hydrogen One smartphone is edging ever-closer to market, according to an update from its creators. In a thread on the camera company's reduser forums, the makers of the holographic-display phone have revealed pre-order will open "pro...

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04:59
A-series chip supplier TSMC working on making 5nm...

Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC is working hard on remaining Apple’s sole supplier for A-series chips as it works on ever smaller processes for its chip fabrication plants …

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04:30
PencilSnap for the Apple Pencil is a handsome, if...

TwelveSouth’s $29.99 PencilSnap is an Apple Pencil holster with hidden magnets that keep the iPad Pro tool connected to your Apple Smart Cover, Apple Smart Keyboard, or Twelve South SurfacePad. Well, kinda.

It does attach to the cases and holds the tablet accessory in place — unless there’s a sudden jolt or quick movement. For example, if you stumble or move your iPad quickly, the PencilSnap will fall off. This is why I wouldn’t use it for this purpose anywhere other than my home office. Otherwise, I’d be afraid it would fall off and I’d lose it and my Apple Pencil.

I find using the PencilSnap — available in black or “camel” versions — more useful as a standalone protective sleeve to keep the Apple Pencil free from nicks and scratches. At 7.36 x .95 inches, it fits like a glove and its genuine leather design is handsome and elegant.

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04:14
Apple spent a record $7M last year lobbying the...

Apple spent $7M last year lobbying the Trump administration, the highest amount it has ever spent on its efforts to influence the White House. In all, tech giants spent a record $50M on lobbying in 2017.

The record spend isn’t too surprising when you consider the number of issues on which Apple found itself battling with the Trump presidency …

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04:00
How to use Memories in the Photos app in macOS High...

The Photos app in macOS High Sierra allows you to add a Memories feature, which is designed to help you “rediscover favorite and forgotten moments from deep in your photo library.” Memories automatically creates curated collections of your most meaningful photos and videos. 

To use it, open the Photos app and click Memories in the left sidebar. You'll see a summary of the Memory's contents, chosen from the best photos in your library. You can choose Show All to see every photo and video in the Memory. 

Scroll down to see the people included in the Memory, a map showing where the photos and videos were taken, and a list of related Memories for you to explore. At the bottom of your Memory, you can find options to add the Memory to your favorites or delete it.

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

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Garmin's latest activity band is built for...

To date, Garmin's golf tracking wearables have been aimed at experienced players, with the higher prices to match. Even the Approach X40 isn't a trivial purchase. But what if you're relatively new? Enter the Approach X10: the new model gives you data...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Jan. 23, 2018

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Lively Mind has debuted Baby Songs and Lullabies, a free collection of 18 lullabies specially designed to help babies and toddlers calm down and fall to sleep. Songs include "Baa Baa Black Sheep," "London Bridge is Falling Down," "Three Blind Mice," and many other classic songs, lullabies, and nursery rhymes for kids. Baby Songs and Lullabies allows parents to set a custom timer for when the music should stop playing.

Tekton Technologies has debuted Swift Miles - Mileage Tracker 1.0. It’s a business expense tracker for business users and...

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03:00
Rumor: Apple to discontinue first-gen iPhone X upon...

The first-gen iPhone X may not hang around once the second generation of the handset is out the door.

This is the word from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has stated that Apple will discontinue the first-generation iPhone X when the second-generation model launches later this year, rather than bump the device down its smartphone lineup for lower than $999, in a research note released today.

Kuo said that Apple keeping the current iPhone X in its smartphone lineup for a reduced price, such as $899, would likely cannibalize sales of the mid-range 6.1-inch iPhone with Face ID and a LCD display that he expects to launch in the second half of 2018 for between $650 and $750 in the United States.

Kuo’s comments on the situation are as follows:

iPhone X would hurt product brand value & lineup of 2H18 new models if it continues to sell at a lower price after 2H18 new models launch: Lowering iPhone X’s price after the 2H18 new models launch would...

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03:00
The Morning After: Microsoft's next gambit on...

Hey, good morning!

Morning there! Ready to shop in Amazon's store of the future? How about grabbing a cheap Windows laptop for your kid's next semester?

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02:20
New 13-inch ‘entry-level’ MacBook rumored for launch...

A new, vague, report from Digitimes says that Apple is planning a new addition to the MacBook line for launch in the second half of the year. Described as a ’13-inch entry-level MacBook’, it sounds like a successor to the MacBook Air.

It’s fair to say that the MacBook Air line has been left to stagnate. Whilst this doesn’t sound like a new Air, it could wholly replace the Air lineup with something new.

more…

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02:02
Pornhub branches out into interactive sex toys

Before the sex robots take over, we still have time to get our rocks off with one another (and ourselves). And Pornhub is here to lend a hand, or an interactive sex toy, or three, to be precise. The largest pornography site on the net has been syncin...

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01:45
Murdoch's Sky takeover blocked by UK...

Rupert Murdoch has been blocked by the UK's competition watchdog from completing a full buyout of Sky. The media tycoon, which already owns 21st Century Fox and a range of newspapers including The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun, launched a &poun...

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01:00
Acer's Spin 11 hybrid Chromebook supports...

You can add Acer's new Spin 11 to the list of Chromebooks to choose from if you're looking for one that can run Android apps. It's a laptop-tablet hybrid/convertible with flexible joints, so you can fold it if you want to use it as a tablet and have...

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00:29
Facebook 'Flicks' last slightly longer...

Facebook has just launched something new, and it's not a product you'll be able to buy or a feature we'll all be able to enjoy. It's a unit of time called "Flicks," which is 1/705600000 of a second. That's slightly longer than a nanosecond, but still...

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Monday January 22

21:21
Supply chain rumors again point to OLED and LCD...




A new report claims Apple is meting out display orders for its next-generation iPhone lineup, which is rumored to include two OLED versions -- 5.8 and 6.5 inches -- and a 6.1-inch LCD variant.

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18:19
Renders imagine future iPhone X w/ smaller notch...

Following a report last week indicating that the new iPhones introduced next year would feature several design improvements, iDropNews has published new renders imagining an iPhone XI with even smaller bezels, as well as a smaller notch…

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17:39
China-based company sues Apple for breach of contract

Another day, another lawsuit. China-based, material producer Hebei Hengbo Fine Ceramic Material is suing Apple for breach of contract and demands a jury trial for disagreement with the tech giant over terms of a contract for high purity alumina melt stock, a material used to produce sapphire glass, notes AppleInsider. Such glass is used in some Apple Watch screens, Touch ID fingerprint sensors, and protective covers for rear-facing cameras on iPhones.

Filed with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, the lawsuit by Hebei Hengbo Fine Ceramic Material seeks to revoke a current Apple contract and collect damages from the tech giant for an undisclosed breach of contract. If the court determines such action is not possible, Hengbo wants the tech giant to adhere to the original...

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17:05
Apple CEO Tim Cook pops up in Canada to promote...




Following his European tour last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday showed up at an Apple store in Toronto to discuss the importance of coding in education, talk up the company's Swift programming language and visit a few local developers.

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16:48
Intel asks customers to halt patching for chip bug,...

Intel Corp said on Monday that patches it released to address two high-profile security vulnerabilities in its chips are faulty, advising customers, computer makers and cloud providers to stop installing them.

Wow Intel, that is awful.

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16:21
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 22...

Notable software releases this week include GraphicConverter 10.5.4, Microsoft Office 2016 16.9, DEVONthink/DEVONnote 2.9.17, Mailplane 3.7.2, Fantastical 2.4.5, Ulysses 12.3, SoundSource 3.0.3, Piezo 1.5.6, 1Password 6.8.6, and Typinator 7.4.

 

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16:21
ExtraBITS for 22 January 2018

In ExtraBITS this week, Apple has been hit by a double dose of bad: a new form of DNS hijacking malware that targets the Mac and another crashing link bug for Messages in both macOS and iOS.

 

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16:14
Tim Cook makes surprise appearance at Toronto Apple...

Tim Cook today made his first ever visit to Canada since becoming Apple CEO. As reported by The Globe and Mail, Cook visited a downtown Toronto Apple Store to talk with shoppers and students…

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16:10
Apple's TestFlight increases cellular data...




Apple on Monday updated its TestFlight beta testing app with a few new features including the ability to download app versions up 150MB in size over cellular connections.

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15:38
Apple's sapphire curse strikes again as glass...




Years after a disastrous first foray into sapphire production, Apple's troubles with the super hard glass, or more precisely its manufacturers, continue, as the company on Monday was saddled with a lawsuit from material producer Hebei Hengbo Fine Ceramic Material claiming breach of contract.

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15:08
How to set up Medical ID and customize SOS on iPhone...

iPhone and Apple Watch provide some awesome features when it comes to health and fitness, but they also include important ways to get help in case of an accident, injury, and more. Follow along for how to make sure your Medical ID is set up or up to date, along with how to customize the SOS settings on iPhone and Apple Watch.

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14:56
TestFlight update raises cellular download limit to...

Apple has today pushed an update to its TestFlight beta testing application. This brings the app version to 2.0.1 and includes a handful of new features.

more…

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