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11:02
Apple announces support for external graphics cards...




Coming this fall as a free upgrade, Apple's new macOS 10.13 High Sierra platform will include support for external graphics cards over Thunderbolt 3, giving systems enough power to support high-end gaming and popular virtual reality platforms.

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11:02
Apple refining macOS 10.12 Sierra in new High Sierra...




Seemingly similar to Apple's development philosophy from Leopard to Snow Leopard, Apple's new macOS 10.13 High Sierra will continue to enhance ideas and shifts in the operating system fro 10.12 Sierra, alongside a slew of new features and enhancements.

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11:01
Apple unveils iOS 11 for iPhone and iPad

Apple has officially unveiled iOS 11 at WWDC 2017. Details below:

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11:01
Apple launches Metal 2 Developer Kit with support...

Apple has announced that its new Metal 2 Developer Kit, which launches later today, will support external graphics units over Thunderbolt 3. That means that eGPU setups featuring units like the Akitio Node, will officially support AMD’s popular RX 580 GPU.

But not just that, the Metal 2 developer kit will make it possible to connect to VR headsets. Apple is partnering with Valve to support SteamVR, along with support for the Unreal 4 engine and Unity. more…

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10:57
New Kaby Lake iMacs arrive from Apple

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At its WWDC keynote today, Apple announced that it is updating the iMac line with Intel's Kaby Lake processors and will provide upgrades to displays, memory, storage, and I/O ports.

The new displays are 43 percent brighter than previous ones, with 500 nits and 10-bit dithering and the capability to reproduce 1 billion colors. New iMacs will be upgradeable to 64GB of RAM on 27-inch configurations and 32GB RAM on the 21.5-inch models.

Fusion drives—which include both SSD and spinning disk—will be standard on all new 27-inch configurations, and the SSD will be up to 50 percent faster, Apple said. The I/O upgrade involves two USB-C connectors that support Thunderbolt 3.

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10:56
Apple teases upcoming Space Gray iMac Pro, ‘the most...

Apple has previewed the new iMac Pro ahead of its release later this year. Apple calls this machine its ‘most powerful Mac ever’ and includes a space gray casing.

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10:55
Apple launches speedy new iMacs capable of VR...




Focused on professional users, Apple on Monday unveiled a revamped iMac lineup with faster and more capable hardware, which will allow for the creation of graphics-intensive virtual reality content with macOS High Sierra.

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10:55
Apple updating MacBook Pro with Kaby Lake, faster...

Alongside new iMacs, Apple has announced new updates to the current MacBook Pro lineup as well. Apple has also shared that the MacBook Air will see a speed bump.

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10:49
Confirmed: Amazon Prime Video app is coming to Apple...

Apple and Amazon have settled (at least some of) their differences. Amazon Prime Video is officially making its way to the Apple TV.

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the all-new Amazon Prime Video app for Apple TV at this year’s WWDC keynote on June 5. Cook did not mention when the app will be available, but BuzzFeed reported earlier this month that Amazon Video would hit the tvOS App Store this summer. In addition, according to BuzzFeed, Amazon.com will be start selling the Apple TV set-top box again after being banned two years ago.

The announcement of the Amazon Video app for Apple TV corroborates an earlier report that Apple and Amazon had reached an agreement to the benefit of both their streaming media...

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10:45
macOS is now fully baked with macOS High Sierra

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The next version of macOS will be named High Sierra, with Apple promising it to be a refined, polished update to Sierra.

Apple's APFS file system will be the default in the new version, bringing its superior performance and robustness to the desktop Mac, months after Apple made the switch on the iPhone.

Safari is adding a new intelligent tracking feature that will block trackers so that sites such as Amazon will no longer advertise the products you already bought on every site you visit. The new Safari will also block auto-playing video.

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10:44
Apple updates all iMacs with improved displays, Kaby...

Apple has detailed new iMac hardware at WWDC 2017. Apple previously promised new iMac hardware for later this year, although a WWDC reveal was not totally expected.

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10:41
Anything that can run macOS Sierra can also run...

Enlarge / One of the 2016 MacBook Pros. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

SAN JOSE, Calif.—Apple has some good news for those of you who still use older Macs: the new release of macOS, macOS High Sierra, will run on any Mac hardware that currently runs Sierra. The full support list is as follows:

  • MacBook (late 2009 and later)
  • iMac (late 2009 and later)
  • MacBook Air (2010 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (2010 and later)
  • Mac Mini (2010 and later)
  • Mac Pro (2010 and later)

Last year, Sierra dropped support for many 2007, 2008, and 2009-era Macs, the first time Apple had changed its system requirements since releasing Mountain Lion in 2012. At the time, the company told us that it wanted to bring the Mac’s software support cycle more in line...

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10:37
Apple announces watchOS 4 for Apple Watch with Siri...




The next generation of Apple Watch software was unveiled on Monday in the form of watchOS 4, a major update that will include new watch faces, including one driven by the Siri personal assistant. Other additions include connectivity with gym equipment, and support for syncing multiple playlists.

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10:32
Apple unveils macOS ‘High Sierra’ w/ Safari...

In addition to other announcements, Apple today has unveiled the latest version of macOS in form of macOS 10.13. The update will be available to the public later this year and includes new features, interface tweaks, performance improvements, and more.

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10:30
Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV later in 2017...




As predicted, Amazon Prime video is coming to the Apple TV, with an app to come later in 2017.

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10:28
The Max-Q: The Coolest Thing Out of Computex


I didn't attend Computex this year, and that was sad for everything but my budget, because there was a ton of cool stuff announced at the show. Dell, HP and Lenovo showed off new designs that were both attractive and compelling. Mixed-reality headsets hit; based on Intel and Microsoft technology, they were far more affordable than the strong virtual reality stuff already in market. New core wars broke out, as AMD's 16 Core Threadripper was challenged by Intel's 18 core i9. It seems that gaming was huge at Computex this year.

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10:21
Apple introduces watchOS 4 at WWDC with new Siri-...

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SAN JOSE—Apple announced the next iteration of its wearable software at its annual developers conference today: watchOS 4. One of the new features will be a Siri-powered watch face with "proactive" information that changes using Siri's intelligence.

There are a couple new watch faces available in watchOS 4, but the most in-depth one is the Siri-powered watch face. Glanceable information on the watch face isn't a new concept—plenty of Apple Watch faces including information like date, time, and calendar events. But this watch face will use Siri and your information preferences to automatically show you information directly on the watch face. You'll need to choose the information you want to receive from Siri based on time, location, and your routines. With the Siri watch face...

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10:19
Apple announces watchOS 4 Apple Watch update

Apple has announced watchOS 4 for Apple Watch at WWDC 2017. First up is a new Siri-based watch face… Details below.

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10:18
Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV & TV app...

Tim Cook announced at WWDC 2017 that Amazon Prime Video will come to tvOS and Apple TV later this summer. Amazon’s video service was previously rumored to be announced at this event. Amazon Prime TV will integrate with the TV app.

The company did not announce tvOS 11, with Tim Cook simply teasing that more details about TV will come later this year.

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10:13
Apple TV to Get Amazon Prime Video and Unspecified...

The Apple TV will finally get an Amazon Prime Video app, but Apple TV fans will have to wait for it and any other new features Apple is planning.

 

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09:39
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 5...

Notable software releases this week include Evernote 6.11.1, Quicken 2017 for Mac 4.5.6, Fantastical 2.3.8, DEVONagent 3.9.7, DEVONthink/DEVONnote 2.9.12, Caboodle 2.0.3, iMovie 10.1.6, BBEdit 11.6.6, and HoudahGeo 5.1.9.

 

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09:36
WWDC Giveaway: Win 1 of 5 OWC 13-port Thunderbolt 3...




OWC is partnering with AppleInsider this week to kick off WWDC festivities with a fabulous giveaway. Five winners will each receive a 13-port Thunderbolt 3 dock in their choice of Space Gray or Silver. Each docking station is valued at $299.

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09:24
[Sponsor] Field Notes

Field Notes is offering two special kits for Father’s Day and they’re boxed up nice and ready to go. Each includes memo books, notebooks and a hand-screened card. One features a matte, black Space Pen and the other, a fine, limited-edition, hand-crafted rollerball pen.

We can ship a kit to you pronto. Then just write a note on the enclosed card and give it to your Pop. Just just like that, you’re a hero.

Or, tell us what you’d like to say, and we’ll write the note, then ship the box so it arrives at Dad’s just before Father’s Day. (USA only). Click, click, done.

These kits are only available until Tuesday, June 13th. Visit Field Notes today for all the details.

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I’m writing it down to remember it now.

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09:16
Apple's Siri design patent updated, adds smart...

We're all hoping that sometime today we'll hear about a new Siri speaker of some sort, but Patently Apple discovered something even more interesting. The design patent for Siri in the European Union and Hong Kong was updated last Friday to cover "smart glasses" as a category of what devices Siri can be used as a remote control for. 

There is a list of devices on the design patent that contains a "remote control for" category, and "smart glasses" are now included in that list. Siri can be used with OpenTable to make restaurant reservations, but at this point there's no way to make hotel reservations. According to the Patently Apple findings, hotel reservations are now covered under the design patent, meaning that users may soon find that Siri works with at least one third-party...

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09:13
ExtraBITS for 5 June 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, Walt Mossberg pens his last weekly column and patent trolls have been dealt a major blow in the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

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08:58
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Apple TV 64GB (refurb) $120,...

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08:52
ComputerCare chosen for iPhone repair pilot program

ComputerCare, a company that offers warranty and non-warranty hardware repairsfor tech companies, announced that it's been selected by Apple as one of only three Apple Service Providers in the U.S. to participate in a new pilot program that will allow it to manage iPhone repair and calibration onsite. 

This will enable ComputerCare to “drastically” speed up repair times for customers, while providing them with an officially recognized alternative to the Apple Store for hardware problem diagnosis and repair, according to President Georgia Rittenberg. As part of the pilot program, ComputerCare has received a specialized and proprietary calibration machine from Apple to ensure that repairs are fully compliant with Apple specifications.

"We already manage iPhone repairs at our facilities, but because of the devices' specialized security...

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08:43
SpaceX's re-launched Dragon capsule arrives at...

This weekend's big SpaceX news has nearly reached its logical conclusion point: the reused Dragon cargo capsule has been successfully captured by the International Space Station. While that sounds an awful lot like the opening scene of a certain spac...

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08:22
Sony's new PS4 Slim is 1TB, gold and $249

Ahead of E3 (it starts this weekend, mind you) Sony has announced it's cut the price of the PlayStation 4, given it a new color and more internal storage. Between June 9th and June 17th you'll be able to get a gold-hued PS4 Slim with a 1TB hard drive...

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08:14
Today...on Apple World Today

The day that a lot of us have been anxiously awaiting is here -- the WWDC keynote launches in less than two hours and we're already getting some tantalizing glimpses of what might be announced. So what will we be doing here at Apple World Today on June 5, 2017?

We're not doing a live play-by-play today -- instead, we suggest that you watch Apple's streaming video as it happens. We will be working on detailed posts about each of the announcements, so if you miss anything during the session, just come on back to Apple World Today and we'll have the info for you.

This evening, we'll be doing a special WWDC keynote edition of our live weekly show, AWT TV! The show starts at 6:30 PM PDT / 9:30 PM EDT and we'll be talking about all of the good news we heard today. You can find us on the Apple World Today YouTube channel...

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08:00
Waze sends real-time accident data to drivers and...

Earlier this month, Waze teamed up with the Emergency Number Association to help emergency responders react more quickly to incidents across Europe. Now, that feature is debuting in the United States: Today, Waze announced that it has partnered with...

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08:00
Formlabs makes high-quality, automated 3D printing...

Your basic hobbyist 3D printer (technically known as Fused Deposition Modeling or FDM) is great for rapid prototyping because, while the objects it prints are a bit rough, the system and its associated printing costs are relatively inexpensive. Howev...

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07:53
"Files app" for iOS 11 appears on App...

Well, that was interesting. This morning a placeholder for an Apple app named "Files" appeared on the App Store before being quickly removed. Developer Steven Troughton Smith saw the listing long enough to take a screenshot and then post it on Twitter. 

Ahead of iOS 11, a 'Files' app placeholder entry from Apple appears on the App Store. Requires iOS 11.0 or later

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07:41
Apple might give iOS 11 a real file system

Those wanting more control over file storage on their iPhones may be in for some good news later today. A placeholder for a new "Files" app showed up in the App Store.

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07:28
Apple promotes WWDC 2017 with sponsored Snapchat...

Following up on last year’s Snapchat geofilter, Apple continues this year with a new sponsored filter for WWDC 2017. Snapchat users near the McEnery Convention Center will be able to use the new filter when sharing photos.

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07:21
Instagram CEO downplays criticism that it copied...

If you've gotten Instagram and Snapchat confused recently, you'd be forgiven: Even Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom acknowledges that there are similarities between the two services. Instagram might have taken inspiration from Snapchat, but Systrom claims...

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07:08
Comment: Travel apps are where I most want to see...

 

I wrote a feature request back in 2015 calling on Apple to give Siri access to third-party apps. Six months later, Apple gave me part of what I’d asked for in the form of limited Siri support for six app categories.

For iOS 10.0, the Siri API will only work with six kinds of application: ride booking (think Uber), messaging, Photo Search (find photos and videos in a particular app), payments (‘Send $100 to John with SquareCash’), VoIP Calling (e.g: Skype) and Workouts (for starting health and fitness activities).

We’re now hearing that Apple plans to announce that it is...

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07:05
Apple Piles On the Features, and Users Say, '...

In a few hours, Apple will kickstart its annual developer conference. At the event, the company is expected to announce new MacBook laptops, the next major updates for iOS and MacOS, new features of Siri, and a home-speaker. Ahead of the conference, The New York Times has run a story that talks some of the headline announcements that Apple announced last year: one of which was, the ability to order food, scribble doodles and send funny images known as stickers in chats on its Messages app. Speaking with users, engineers and industry insiders, the Times reports that many of its existing features -- including expansion of Messages -- are too complicated for many users to figure out (Editor's note: the link could be paywalled; alternative source). From the report: The idea was to make Messages, one of the most popular apps on the iPhone, into an all-purpose tool like China's WeChat. But the process of finding and installing other apps in Messages is so tricky that most users have no...

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07:00
How the studio behind 'Prey' reimagined...

Talos I is a beautiful nightmare. The privately-owned research facility, suspended in space above the Earth, offers a captivating blend of science and art-deco design. Its offices are filled with tall, geometric art prints, red leather sofas and maho...

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06:57
Apple doling out jean jackets plus Metal, iMessage,...




As part of the badge issuance at the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple is giving out custom black denim jean jackets, and an assortment of collectible pins.

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06:57
WWDC 2017 Hub/Live Blog: Apple expected to announce...

It’s WWDC day and it’s expected to be a big one. Apple is set to announce new versions of its software platforms, iOS 11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4.

We are also expecting new Mac hardware, a 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the unveiling of a ‘Siri Speaker’ home voice assistant. There will probably be other surprises as well. The keynote kicks off at 10 AM PT — 9to5Mac will be covering the whole thing live.

Follow along below for our live blog of the WWDC 2017 keynote, news links, and coverage of all the announcements …

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06:42
Apple & Amazon paying into Foxconn bid for...




Apple and Amazon will "chip in funds" towards a Foxconn bid for Toshiba's memory unit, Foxconn chairman Terry Gou revealed on Monday.

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06:41
ACEs Conference 2017: The Siren Song of Consulting

Adam Engst has returned from the ACEs Conference in Phoenix, which provided two packed days of business-oriented sessions for Apple consultants. If you’re in the business but couldn’t make it, read on to see what you missed.

 

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06:32
∞ Apple Store down, WWDC keynote at 10a PDT

Jump to the main Loop Post for the deets on the web site, keynote timing/stream link.

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06:30
Zero’s DS 6.5 motorcycle was built for urban...

For other riders, an electric motorcycle is a two-wheeled invitation to talk. It's the lack of sound that initially tips them off. They always ask about range and speed. But mostly range. How far can they ride before they would have to plug in? With...

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06:23
The difference between Siri and Alexa

Stephen Nellis, Reuters:

Currently, Apple’s Siri works with only six types of app: ride-hailing and sharing; messaging and calling; photo search; payments; fitness; and auto infotainment systems. At the company’s annual developer conference next week, it is expected to add to those categories.

And:

But even if Siri doubles its areas of expertise, it will be a far cry from the 12,000 or so tasks that Amazon.com’s Alexa can handle.

The difference illustrates a strategic divide between the two tech rivals. Apple is betting that customers will not use voice commands without an experience similar to speaking with a human, and so it is limiting what Siri can do in order to make sure it works well.

And:

Now, an iPhone user can say, “Hey Siri, I’d like a ride to the airport” or “Hey Siri, order me a car,” and Siri will open the Uber or Lyft ride service app and start booking a trip.

Apart from some basic home and music functions, Alexa needs...

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06:11
WWDC’s oldest attendee

Fortune:

Retired banker Masako Wakamiya was frustrated by the lack of mobile games that catered to the elderly, who have a tougher time keeping up with the action-packed games that are popular with teens. So the 82-year-old from Japan started taking online tutorials to learn how to write software code.

And:

Wakamiya will be the oldest developer attending WWDC, Apple’s annual developer conference that starts Monday in San Jose, Calif. Like many of her fellow attendees, Wakamiya’s free app, called Hinadan, is available in Apple’s App Store, and she is eager to create more.

In contrast, the youngest attendee at this’s year’s WWDC is Yuma Soerianto, a 10-year old boy from Melbourne, Australia who started coding at age six by following online courses on Code.org and from Stanford University that he found on Apple iTunes U, which provides free college courses online. In four years, he has created four apps for Apple’s App Store, including Weather Duck, a...

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06:05
Christies to auction off working Apple I

Christies auction page:

An Apple-1 motherboard: labelled Apple Computer 1 Palo Alto Ca. Copyright 1976 on obverse with four rows A-D, and columns 1-18, white ceramic MOS Technologies 6502 microprocessor, 8K bytes RAM in 16-pin 4K memory chips with an additional 4k piggy-packed onto on RAM bank to create 12K of RAM the heat sink removed along with voltage regulators which have been placed onto the metal casing enclosure (which acts as a heat sink), original 3 “Big-Blue” power supply capacitors, firmware in PROMS (A1, A2), low-profile sockets on all integrated circuits, fitted with original Apple cassette interface card lettered with “G” within triangle, above D9 is an added 1702 EPROM ; the metal casing painted green with Datanetics keyboard to front (20 ¼ x 17 x 6in.) ; vintage Viatron monitor model no. 3001-301 (20 x 11 x 9in.) ; in working condition. Provenance: The EPROM and extra RAM added by the first owner; acquired by Frank VanGilluwe III; sold to Andrew “Zack”...

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06:05
Tick: The Time Tracking Solution That Works For You

“Time is money” might be a trite saying, but nowhere is it more true than in the service industry. Hours are your inventory, and if they pass without being tracked and billed, you’ve missed an opportunity forever. Tick is time tracking software specifically designed to help teams run more profitable projects by keeping them on time and on budget, and it is this week's Apple World Today sponsor. 

Whether you use an iOS device, an Apple Watch, your Mac or PC, or an Android smartphone, Tick has an app to help your team members enter their time from anywhere and keep your project plans up to date. 

Seamless integration with over 750 other web apps means that Tick can work with your existing workflow and tools. Use Trello, Basecamp or Asana for project management? Tick adds time tracking and budget feedback to them all. Use a QuickBooks Online integration to create invoices, run payroll, and more. 

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06:01
Watch Apple's WWDC keynote live at 1PM ET

The day has come. It's time for Apple's annual developer conference to kick off and you can watch it live from wherever you'll be at 1PM ET/10AM PT. The company is keeping with its tradition of broadcasting the WWDC opening keynote for all the world...

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06:00
Excited about WWDC? Get coding with the iOS 10...

Later this morning you'll be hearing a lot about developing apps for the Apple ecosystem. The big news a few years ago was the announcement of Swift, Apple's Open Source programming language that's taking the world by storm. You can get in on the app economy -- just spend $45 and get this iOS 10 & Swift 3 Starter Bundle to start your career as an app developer. 

iOS 10 & Swift 3

Learn the basics before iOS 11 and Swift 4 arrive with this inexpensive and complete bundle

Hundreds of lessons over 82 hours give you the foundation you need to build that career, and you'll learn how to code by creating useful iOS 10 apps. The bundle includes:

  • The Complete iOS 10 Developer - Your App Development...
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05:52
Apple, Xiaomi tie for the top spot in the wearables...

The worldwide wearables market maintained its upward trajectory during the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17) with Apple and leading all companies and multiple products experiencing double- and triple-digit growth. 

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, companies shipped a total of 24.7 million wearable devices during 1Q17, up 17.9% from the 20.9 million units shipped in 1Q16.

Apple saw sustained demand for its Watches nearly two quarters after the Series 1 and Series 2 versions launched to the market, and recorded the second highest year-over-year growth among the leading companies. The Series 1 and 2 have been a welcome change from the higher priced and undifferentiated experience found on the original Apple Watch from a year ago, attracting both first-time users and those seeking to replace their previous Watches, according...

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05:50
Facebook wants to be ‘hostile’ to terrorists as...

Facebook has told CNBC it wants to be a ‘hostile environment for terrorists’ as the British government issued a call to ‘regulate cyberspace’ after the terrorist attack on London Bridge …

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05:38
Apple, Amazon to join Foxconn’s bid for Toshiba’s...

Apple and Amazon will join Foxconn's bid for Toshiba Corp's semiconductor business, Foxconn Chairman toldthe Nikkei Business Daily — as noted by Reuters.

The U.S. tech companies plan to "chip in funds,” Gou told the newspaper. It’s uncertain if this will take the form of a direct investment in the semiconductor unit or would be financing for the deal.

Toshiba is spinning-off its core memory chip business and seeking outside investors in it. Apple could be interested as the move would allow it to lock in memory technology for its iPhone and other products.

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05:38
iOS beta feedback menu suggests drag and drop coming...




If a new screen capture of diagnostic feedback is to be believed, Apple is planning on implementing some form of "drag and drop" functionality in "iOS 11."

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05:36
Apple's online store goes dark ahead of WWDC...




Apple took its online store down on Monday, hours before its annual Worldwide Developers Conference is set to kick off, potentially tipping its hand and revealing new hardware will be announced in a keynote address.

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05:24
Apple and Amazon want a stake in Toshiba's...

Apple and Amazon are joining a Foxconn bid to purchase Japanese chip giant Toshiba's NAND manufacturing division, according to Nikkei. The deal could make it easier for the companies, particularly Apple, to access all-important flash memory more chea...

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05:17
Foxconn confirms that Apple will ‘chip in funds’ to...

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou has confirmed that Apple would be supporting the company’s bid to acquire Toshiba’s chip-making business. Interestingly, Amazon is also said to be contributing to the bid.

We first learned back in March that Foxconn was planning a bid to acquire Toshiba’s semiconductor business, which mostly makes flash storage chips. The following month, it was said to have increased its bid to $27B in an attempt to defeat rival bids, and it was later suggested that Apple would be seeking...

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05:02
Apple Store goes down ahead of new MacBooks and iPad...

The Apple Store is down! We are expecting Apple to launch a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and refreshed MacBooks later today at WWDC 2017; the event kicks off at 10 AM PT.

Although WWDC is focused on software announcements, this year we are expecting a couple hardware surprises. The new iPad Pro form factor will no doubt be demoed alongside the new iPad features in iOS 11. Here’s what we think is coming …

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05:00
WWDC: Stay Tuned for Coverage, Catch the Keynote...

Ladies and gents, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off today in San Jose on Monday.

The keynote will begin on Monday at 2 PM PST and we’ll provide full coverage of the highly-anticipated announcements as they become available.

Stick around, the news shall be forthcoming and you can catch the livestream here from the moment it begins.

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04:47
Comment: Apple’s ‘problem’ with the iPhone 8 is much...

One of the charts within an influential presentation on the state of the tech union at last week’s Code conference illustrated a ‘problem’ with Apple’s apparent plans for the iPhone 8. The company is believed to be aiming to sell the first ever $1000+ iPhone at a time when global smartphone shipments are essentially flat.

Business Insider argues that the problem shown in the chart by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers analyst Mary Meeker is this. Apple has historically taken around 15% of the smartphone market. When the market as a whole was growing, Apple could happily take its premium slice and see continued growth. But when the market is stagnant, growth can only be achieved by either growing its share, or boosting the overall smartphone market.

Can the company...

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04:30
Amazon’s Alexa will keep you up to date with the UK...

It's general election week, and politicians have only four days left to curry favour before we fill those ballot boxes on June 8th. Between work and everything else, staying on top of the week's developments can be a tall order, so Amazon's tasked Al...

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04:03
Palmer Luckey wants to develop a ‘virtual’ border...

Palmer Luckey, co-founder of Oculus, has revealed that he is working on a new startup that will develop virtual border wall technology. Luckey confirmed as much to The New York Times, which reported that he is in the early stages of building a platfo...

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04:00
How & when to watch Apple’s WWDC keynote...

Today’s the day that Apple will show us the new goodies to expect in iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 as the annual Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off. But while the event may have a software focus, we’re of course also expecting to see some new hardware.

In particular, a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, fitting a larger screen into a casing only marginally larger than the existing 9.7-inch model thanks to smaller bezels; MacBook refreshes; and a Siri Speaker competing with Google Home and Amazon Echo …

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04:00
Here's the hardware I’m expecting to be...

The keynote that kicks off Apple's 2017 Worldwide Developer Conference will get underway at 10 a.m. (Pacific) today. There’s little doubt we’ll see the next versions of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS unveiled.

New hardware usually doesn’t roll out at WWDC, but I think this year will be an exception (though rumors that the “iPhone 8” and a 4K Apple TV will be unveiled are wrong).

In addition to the Siri smart speaker, here’s what I’m expecting Apple to unveil today….

New Mac laptops. Although the controversial MacBook Pro with Touch Bar just arrived last October, Apple will break with tradition and unveil new models today. They'll sport Intel Kaby Lake processors and raise the RAM ceiling from 16GB to 32GB. (This may be a pipe dream, but I think Apple may offer an appealing upgrade program for...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for June 5, 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

AirBeamTV has introduced Mirror for Fire TV, their new screen mirroring solution for macOS.

It allows you to mirror the screen and audio of your Mac to an Amazon Fire TV. Screen mirroring (sometimes called screen casting) allows you to see the screen of your Mac, or any external display connected to your Mac, on your TV.

Mirror for Fire TV requires macOS 10.10 or higher. It costs $8.99 and is available at the Mac App Store. To use sound as well as video, Mac App Store users need to install a separate audio driver, which can be downloaded free from the AirBeamTV website.

Paragon Software Group (PSG) has released...

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03:00
The Morning After: Monday, June 5th 2017

Welcome to the new week. Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off later today. While we will be reporting live from it, we've also got thoughts on what you might see, right here.

We also try overclocking processors with liquid nitrogen (and...

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03:00
Streaming TV industry says "meh" to 4K,...

Streaming video execs prefer HDR over 4K, but will better pixels and more pixels ever be decoupled?

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02:24
Feedback app references ‘Drag and Drop’ feature as...

It seems the best place to find last-minute leaks is Apple itself. Earlier today, a listing for a new iOS 11 app, ‘ Files’, was found in the App Store. The Feedback app has also spilled the beans on another feature, confirming that Drag and Drop will be coming to the iPad with iOS 11.

‘Split View/Drag and Drop’ is listed as one of the available preset options that beta testers can use to report bugs. Obviously, this addition has been made a little prematurely as the company won’t be announcing iOS 11 officially until its keynote in about 8 hours from now.

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01:32
TV app appearing for some users in UK and Australia...

Ahead of Apple’s WWDC keynote later today, the TV app appears to be spreading to more countries. We have received reports from Apple users in the UK, Australia, New Zealand that they are finding their Videos app replaced with the TV app.

Up to now, the TV app has been exclusive to US users. It seems that part of the WWDC announcements will be an expansion of the TV app to other countries …

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Robot's uncanny dexterity could transform...

Robotic hands can play drums and even twirl objects with aplomb, but they're still poor at picking up unfamiliar objects. That's why UC Berkeley's DexNet 2.0 bot is so impressive -- using deep learning, it can successfully grasp random, real-world ob...

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Apple 'Files' app for iOS 11 appears on...




A placeholder listing for an as-yet-unannounced app called "Files" was spotted on the iOS App Store just hours ahead of Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference, suggesting Apple plans to grant users direct file management access in iOS 11.

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23:37
Evidence of an official iOS file manager hits the...

Enlarge / This mostly-empty App Store stub suggests Apple will add a file explorer to iOS 11.

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference gets underway in just a few hours, but it's never too late for leaks! iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith has discovered an App Store entry for an Apple-published app called "Files." The listing appears to be a stub used to re-enable preinstalled first-party applications that you choose to delete, something Apple...

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23:32
App Store listing for new ‘Files’ application...

We’re less than 12 hours away from Apple’s WWDC keynote address and little by little, details regarding Apple’s plans are starting to emerge. This evening, a new placeholder listing has gone live on the App Store for a ‘Files’ application from Apple, hinting that the company might bring an expanded filesystem of sorts to iOS 11…

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23:23
Roomba creator wants to do for gardens what he did...

Let's be honest: while planting your garden can be fun, weeding it usually isn't. Not unless you enjoy crouching down for long stretches, anyway. You might not have to endure the drudgery for too much longer, though. Roomba co-creator Joe Jones and F...

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IBM squeezes 30 billion transistors into a...

Who said Moore's Law was dead? Certainly not IBM or its chip partners Globalfoundries and Samsung. The trio has developed a transistor manufacturing process that should pave the way for 5-nanometer chips. While the team etched the chip using the same...

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19:56
Windows 10's smart backups may be going away

When Microsoft introduced File History with Windows 8, cautious PC users were happy: it gave you a Time Machine-style backup that let you recover older files if you made a mistake. You might not get to take that feature for granted, though. Users t...

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19:54
Evernote 6.11.1

Fixes several issues related to formatting notes. (Free update, 55.9 MB)

 

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Apple gifts WWDC ’17 attendees custom Levi’s jackets...

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference starts tomorrow and today the company kicked things off by greeting developers with customized embroidered Levi’s jean jackets and a selection of pins to go along with them.

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South Korea turns its back on coal and nuclear power

South Korea is clearly a tech-savvy country when companies like Samsung and LG dominate, but you almost wouldn't know it by looking at its energy policies. It not only depends heavily on coal and nuclear reactors (70 percent of its power comes from t...

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17:53
Quicken 2017 for Mac 4.5.6

Improves the loan details screen and adds the capability to pay from an investment account. ($74.99 new, free update from Quicken 2017)

 

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16:58
Apple stops showing 32-bit iOS apps in your search...

Apple has been nudging iOS app developers toward 64-bit code for years: it started by requiring 64-bit support, then told users that 32-bit apps might run poorly, and lately has been warning that 32-bit apps wouldn't work in "future versions of iOS."...

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15:53
Fantastical 2.3.8

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15:30
Computex was a reminder that the age of the eSIM is...

Nestled inside your cellphone is a teensy sliver of plastic you almost certainly never think about. That's your SIM card -- the bit that basically stores your phone's identity and passes it along to whatever wireless carrier network you pay for. It's...

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Incredible private Apple museum opens near Warsaw,...

A private Apple museum opened in the small town of Łoś near Warsaw, Poland last Saturday. The exhibition consists mostly of computers and accessories collected by Jacek Łupina. His collector's passion started with buying an old PowerMac G4. Soon, Łupina started buying other ancient Apple computers and devices, like a Macintosh 128K and its later variants, a Lisa 2/5 with 5 MB hard disk, and a special Woz edition Apple IIGS.

The collection now has other rare items like many different versions of the Apple I -- including special ones created for specific purposes --an Apple ///,  NeXT Station and NeXT Cube. Łupina even managed to get a new, unopened Pippin gaming console. 











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Overclocking to 7GHz takes more than just liquid...

Over the years, I've been fascinated by two kinds of events at Computex: esports and extreme-PC-overclocking competitions. I doubt I'd ever make it as a professional gamer (I'm more of a Counter Fight kind of guy than a Counter-Strike man these days)...

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DEVONagent 3.9.7

Sends all requests to Google and Bing using secure HTTPS connections. (Free/$4.95/$49.95, free updates)

 

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Logic Pros: Sequencing FX, re-triggs, filters and...

Recently we reviewed the new iOS version of Unique from Sugar-Bytes. The company is among our favorite third-party instrument and effect makers. We have personally been purchasing and using its gear for many years with products like Effectrix and Artillery appearing regularly in our daily production setups. And now, after spending some time with its latest matrix multi-effects processing unit, it’s time to dive into the world of Looperator… more…

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12:32
Implant-free stimulation could treat brain conditions

Scientists know that stimulating the deeper regions of your brain can treat Parkinson's and other conditions. But there's a problem: they usually need to open your skull to place implants, which is both time-consuming and risky. Researchers may hav...

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12:04
Ahead of iOS 11, 32-bit applications stop appearing...

Ahead of WWDC kicking off tomorrow and the unveil of iOS 11, 32-bit applications have stopped appearing in App Store search results. This is the latest piece of evidence that suggests iOS 11 will drop support altogether for 32-bit applications when it’s unveiled next week to developers and to the general public later this fall.

more…

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11:53
DEVONthink/DEVONnote 2.9.12

Renders PDF files internally to fix display glitches and flickering on macOS 10.12 Sierra. (All updates are free. DEVONthink Pro Office, $149.95 new; DEVONthink Professional, $79.95 new; DEVONthink Personal, $49.95 new; DEVONnote, $24.95 new)

 

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11:23
WWDC 2017 keynote rumors: What to expect from Apple...




With Apple's annual WWDC right around the corner, AppleInsider looks at what is expected to be at the event, and the likelihood of the rumors surrounding possible hardware refreshes.

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10:56
Mars rover's home crater was a potential hotbed...

NASA landed the Curiosity rover in Mars' Gale Crater precisely because it promised to be a sort of open book that revealed a lot about the planet's history. Well, scientists have been busy reading... and it looks like the crater had an intriguing pa...

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10:30
What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote on...

Enlarge / The stage at WWDC 2016. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Of the two-to-four product events that Apple holds in a typical year, WWDC is usually the most interesting. Every June, company executives get up in front of the public (and a live audience of loyal developers who paid $1600 a head to get in) and lay out Apple's vision for how all of its major platforms will evolve over the next year.

Apple’s policy of offering all of its operating system updates for free to all supported hardware gives company’s WWDC announcements a much wider reach and bigger impact than any individual hardware launch, and its ability to offer those updates (particularly iOS updates) to everyone makes the WWDC announcements more important than, say, hearing about...

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The best immersion blender

By Christine Cyr Clisset & Michael Sullivan

This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commi...

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09:21
The Greatest, at rest

As sad as it is, this is a wonderfully written piece about Ali. I was lucky enough to meet him years ago during an Apple Masters presentation at Macworld Expo. I had tears ion my eyes when I met him and those tears returned reading this article.

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After Math: We're on our own

It has not been a proud week for America, what with the current administration randomly deciding to remove us as signatories to the Paris Climate Agreement and all. Luckily, the United States is still a nation of self-starters and problem-solvers who...

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08:23
Customized Apple-1 to go up for auction this month,...

Yet another functioning Apple-1 will hit the auction block later this month, but this machine offers a few unique characteristics that set it apart from other models that have also recently sold at auction. This particular Apple-1 is expected to fetch between $300,000 and $500,000…

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07:50
Alex Honnold has become the first climber to free...

I’ve been an admirer of this guy for years, even if what he does utterly terrifies me. This is an incredible feat. I don’t know I could run 3,000ft on flat ground in under four hours.

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Ben Heck’s Super Glue Gun: Programming and...

Armed with some early insight from his Great Glue Gun project, Ben goes heads down on redesigning a 3D-printed mount for the motor using Autodesk Fusion 360. Still, it makes sense to check these things before committing to a 3D print, so Ben lase...

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