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Hulu Aims to Reinvent Live TV Experience

Hulu on Wednesday announced a new live-streaming television service for $39.99 per month, which will place the company in direct competition with newly launched services from DirecTV Now, YouTube and other OTT content providers. The Hulu with Live TV beta will offer 50 channels of live-streaming television -- including sports, news, entertainment, children's programming and local network affiliates -- along with the existing Hulu on-demand video, without set-up costs or hidden fees.

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Spanish retailer latest to offer special 32GB iPhone...

Back in March, an iPhone 6 with 32GB of storage in gold became available with select Asian carriers while a space gray 32GB iPhone 6 showed up on Amazon’s Indian website. Today we’re seeing Spanish retailer Media Markt also start to offer the space gray 32GB iPhone 6 as a budget option. Apple originally only offered the iPhone 6, which is now discontinued in the United States, at 16, 64, and 128GB tiers.


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Tim Cook announces $1 billion investment in “...

Apple doesn’t say exactly what “Advanced manufacturing” is but I’m betting it means chip fabrication. Apple is going to make its own silicon in the US.

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Qualcomm may consider asking U.S. to ban iPhone...

Qualcomm, in a smartphone chip licensing spat with Apple, will reportedly ask a U.S. government agency to ban the import of iPhones into the country.

Qualcomm plans to ask the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban imports of iPhones, which are built in Asia, according to a Bloomberg Technology report. The news report cited an unnamed person familiar with Qualcomm's strategy. 

A Qualcomm spokesman didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on the news report.

The USITC has the power to ban imports into the U.S. for patent infringement, and the agency is frequently used by patent holders as an alternative or addition to slow-moving patent infringement lawsuits in U.S. courts.

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While Gemmell will be perceived as biased, he’s not far wrong. It must be disheartening for developers to see the race to the bottom on the iOS app store where people bitch about paying $4.99 for an app and complain about paying for updates/upgrades in the form of new versions.

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Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review

I’m a Nikon guy but, if you’re in the market for your first DSLR or to replace an older one, you can’t go wrong with the latest Canon Rebel. The Rebel line is the best selling camera for good reason.

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See how Apple's Services arm is on track to...

Last year, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook suggested the company's "Services" business could grow to the size of a Fortune 100 company within 2017. After the company's second fiscal quarter of 2017, Apple's steadily growing Services business -- encompassing Apple Music, the App Store and more -- is well on the way to matching Cook's prediction.

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Epix Cast brings seamless streaming to TVs without...

Premiering today, EPIX’s new EPIX Cast feature will allow users to cast TV shows and movies from their devices to any connected TV. Without the need for new hardware, users will be able to easily enjoy their EPIX favorites on their existing Smart TVs.


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CloudMounter update adds encryption with "one...

We've talked about CloudMounter from Eltima Software before. It's a great app that takes just about any type of server or cloud service and mounts it on your Mac as if it's a local drive. Sometimes we get terabytes of storage with a service (i.e., Office 365) and don't even use it. CloudMounter (US$29.99, affiliate link will compensate Apple World Today when you make a purchase) makes it simple to take advantage of all that cloud space, clear out room on your Mac, and keep it all safe in the process.

A recent update to CloudMounter now ensures that your data is kept safe by enabling encryption on all of your mounted cloud services, locking them all...

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Rare journey into Cheyenne Mountain, a super-bunker...

This place has always fascinated and terrified me in equal measure.

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Apple ramping up for another bond sale, blowing it...

In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Apple is readying yet another bond sale, and has essentially purchased an equivalent value in corporate debt to equal the world's largest mutual fund.

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Apple remains top tablet brand globally despite...

Apple reported this week that it sold 8.92 million iPads in the most recent quarter which is down from 10.2 million iPads sold in the same quarter a year ago. New data from TrendForce shows that Apple is still number one among the top five tablet brands, however, as global tablet sales dropped 9.3% year-over-year. The report also believes Apple could have a positive quarter now with the newly released $329 9.7-inch iPad and a rumored high-end replacement coming soon.


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Apple HomeKit support for C by GE light bulbs coming...

GE announced today that its C by GE light bulbs will soon support Apple’s HomeKit platform alongside an update that will also bring Amazon Alexa integration sometime this summer.


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Splitting Up With Apple is a Chipmaker's...

Apple is such a powerful company that, for third-party suppliers, it's hard not to become reliant on the cash that it pays you. Engadget adds: But when Apple says that it's done, choosing to move whatever technology you provide in house, the results can be really painful. Imagination Technologies is one such supplier, famously designing the iPhone's PowerVR graphics as well as pushing MIPS, a rival to ARM. But back in March, Imagination publicly announced that Apple was ditching it in favor of its own graphics silicon. Now, Imagination has revealed that it's going to take Apple to dispute resolution, maintaining that the iPhone maker used Imagination's IP without permission. It's the second chipmaker in recent months who believes Apple isn't playing fair, with Qualcomm counter-suing Apple in its own licensing dispute. Secondly, Imagination is going to have to sell off MIPS and Ensigma, two parts of its business that aren't as profitable as PowerVR. Gamers with long memories will...

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Avoiding lens switching when shooting video on the...

This is a great tip for those of you who shoot video with your iPhone 7 Plus.

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Snap signs major network deals for Snapchat TV shows

Snap is reportedly signing deals with a variety of TV networks to get shows in its popular iPhone and Android app, Snapchat -- echoing a similar strategy being adopted by Twitter.

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Tim Cook announces $1 billion investment in “...

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage at an Apple event in September 2015. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple plans to create a $1 billion fund to invest in "advanced manufacturing" jobs in the United States. CEO Tim Cook made the announcement last night in a CNBC interview with Mad Money host Jim Cramer, and he says that Apple plans to announce its first investment later this month. Cook wants the new fund to create a "ripple effect" in the job market—he says that the manufacturing jobs created directly by the fund will also create service jobs needed to support them.

"Advanced manufacturing" is a bit vague, but generally speaking it's an umbrella term that encompasses creating technologically advanced products or improving the...

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It’s not just the iPad; tablet shipments declined 8....

iPad sales continued to shrink in Apple's fiscal 2017 second quarter that ended April 1, 2017 (approximately 8.9 million tablets compared to 10 million in fiscal quarter 2016), but it’s not just Apple that’s seeing tablet sales decline. And there's a glimmer of good news for the iPad Pro.

The worldwide tablet market once again contracted in the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17) with total shipments of 36.2 million, a year-over-year decline of 8.5%, according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. The first quarter contraction marks the tenth straight quarter that tablets have experienced a decline over the same quarter a year earlier, with the previous five quarters recording double-digit drops.

The tablet market is comprised of two different product categories, which are...

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WaterField debuts travel-ready Bolt Crossbody tablet...

WaterField Designs has debuted the Bolt Crossbody, a slim-profile vertical laptop bag designed for commuters, professionals and adventure seekers. Available in three sizes to fit MacBooks, iPads and other devices, each Bolt includes a built-in, padded laptop-tablet sleeve, an Apple Pencil slot and several pockets.

The bag holds a day's necessities, MacBook or iPad, water bottle, wallet and travel documents. An extra wide, zippered opening allows access to the main compartment that houses a padded laptop sleeve, and simple pockets to keep the Apple Pencil and smaller items accessible. A premium leather flap closes with a silent magnetic snap over an expandable front pocket. Inside, a hidden scratch-free Ultrasuede hutch cradles an iPhone 7 or a similarly-sized smartphone. 

For frequently-used items, a body-side pocket closes with a self-locking zipper for added security. The Crossbody's gold, water-resistant lining boosts visibility of bag contents. An adjustable...

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FBI unable to access half of mobile devices, says...

FBI director James Comey yesterday told a Senate oversight committee that the FBI has been unable to access almost half of the mobile devices it tried to examine in the first half of the fiscal year, reports TechCrunch.

Comey said the FBI had been unable to access the contents of more than 3,000 mobile devices in the first half of the fiscal year, using what he described as “appropriate and available technical tools, even though there was the legal authority to do so.” He said that represented “nearly half” of all the mobile devices it had attempted to access in that time frame.

Comey made the statement in apparent support of the latest attempt at forcing phone manufacturers to provide backdoor access to the authorities …...

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Imagination enters dispute resolution with Apple,...

Apple's split-up with graphics tech supplier Imagination Technologies has entered into a "dispute resolution procedure," the latter company announced on Thursday, also revealing that it plans to sell off two of its businesses, MIPS and Ensigma.

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System Bar is a new system monitoring tool for macOS

B-Eng has launched System Bar, a low impact system monitoring utility for macOS. It shows the main system information at a glance in a single bar, that can be freely customized and positioned anywhere on the screen.

Colors, size and fonts are freely adjustable. The utility shows the time on an analog clock face, CPU usage, used memory and available disk space. A right click reveals the top resource heavy CPU processes and grants direct access to the Activity Monitor. System Bar requires macOS 10.12 and costs $1.99.

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Tim Cook Touts Apple’s American Jobs, Promises More

Apple CEO Tim Cook is on a mission to prove that Apple creates American jobs, and he’s putting Apple’s money where his mouth is.


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Latest Apple Park drone footage demonstrates scope...

The latest drone footage from over Apple Park shows massive improvement in many aspects, but still a long way to go before the campus is fully complete.

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Apple patent involves the combination of dialogue,...

Apple wants to make it easier for content producers to combine dialogue, music and special effects and, especially, improve the intelligibility of dialog on TV sets. The company has been granted a patent (number 20170126343) for “audio stem delivery and control.”

It involves a system and method for playing back content that includes a video stream and a final audio mix that represents sounds for the video stream. An interface receives the video stream and the final audio mix. The final audio mix includes a dialogue stem and a music and effects stem that together represent an entirety of sounds for the video stream. 

In the patent filing, Apple notes that sound program content, including movies and television shows, are often composed of several distinct audio components, including dialogue of characters/actors, music, and sound effects. Each of these component parts called stems may include multiple spatial channels and are mixed together prior to delivery to a...

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Latest annual ranking shows the cheapest & most...

Deutsche Bank has published its annual Mapping the World’s Prices report, which includes a ranking of the cost of an iPhone in each of 33 countries. The 2017 version shows that Brazil is no longer the most expensive place to buy …


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∞ [VIDEO] Tim Cook on Mad Money

[VIDEO] Video of Tim Cook’s interview on Mad Money from last night (two videos embedded on the main Loop post).

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Want to recover a FileVault-encrypted drive without...

Glenn Fleishman does a nice job digging into the details of the File Vault 2 boot process and recovery key settings. Worth a read just to understand these mechanics.

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Apple: Two million U.S. jobs. And counting.

Apple’s job creation web site:

The numbers tell the story. Apple is one of the biggest job creators in the United States, responsible for two million jobs in all 50 states. Last year, we spent over $50 billion with more than 9,000 U.S. suppliers and manufacturers. Since we launched the App Store in 2008, U.S. developers have earned over $16 billion in App Store sales worldwide. And we’re just getting started.

The site breaks the job numbers up as follows:

  • 80,000 Apple employees
  • 450,000 Jobs through our U.S.-based suppliers
  • 1,530,000 U.S. jobs attributable to the App Store ecosystem

The site also breaks the numbers down, state by state.


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Apple to launch an ‘advanced manufacturing fund’ for...

During a Wednesday evening interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company has created a $1 billion manufacturing fund to help stimulate job growth in the U.S. 

He offered no details about the fund, but noted that the "advanced manufacturing fund" will come from the company's U.S. investment pool. He pointed out that Apple has to borrow money to fund domestic operations since most of the company's $256 billion cash is overseas. 

Also, the tech giant has launched a new Apple's new Job Creation webpage that highlights the company’s efforts to the U.S. workplace. It says: “The numbers tell the story. Apple is one of the biggest job creators in the United States, responsible for two million jobs in all 50 states. Last year, we spent over $50 billion with more than 9,000 U.S. suppliers and manufacturers. Since we launched the App Store in 2008, U.S. developers have earned over $16 billion in...

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As Apple touts job creation, former software...

As Apple boasts of creating two million U.S. jobs, it has been accused of making life as a small developer unsustainable.

The claim was made by Matt Gemmell, a software engineer who used to work for Apple and whose source code has been used in hundreds of iOS and macOS apps.

No company has done as much damage to the perceived value of software, and the sustainability of being an independent developer, as Apple …


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Check who has access to your Google account

Yesterday, we posted about a widely spread, relatively sophisticated Google Docs phishing attack. Google has taken steps to disable the accounts behind the attack, but that is a bit of a whack-a-mole problem. Attacks like this are a part of life.

One thing you can do is periodically check out what apps and sites have access to your Google account by clicking on this link:

See anything there you don’t recognize? Click the Manage Apps link and revoke that sucker.


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Apple loves the little red dot

Straits Times, about the recently unveiled signage above the soon-to-open Singapore Apple Store:

The barricades in front of the upcoming Apple Store at Orchard Road’s Knightsbridge mall came down on Wednesday night (May 3).

But the store has not been unveiled. Instead, three icons – Apple, Love, Red Dot – adorn the tall store’s tall glass doors. It means Apple loves the little red dot, or Apple loves Singapore. There is also the wording Apple Orchard Road – the official name of the Apple retail store – below the icons.

Check out the pictures. I find the signage charming, some insightful localized marketing on Apple’s part.

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Updated drone footage shows landscaping, solar panel...

The Apple Park campus edges ever closer to completion and a new drone video courtesy of Duncan Sinfield shows progress as landscaping and other touches are applied…

The overall footage still resembles a construction scene and there’s definitely more dirt than greenery at this point. Factor in a fair amount of machinery and it’s not quite completely arboreal, but it’s getting there.

Additional progress has also been made on the spaceship design with the solar panel roof, as well as Steve Jobs Theater and more. Windows are being installed along the outside of the building, while work continues on parking and other areas.

Apple originally announced that its new headquarters would be named Apple Park back in February, while the company also stated that the 1,000-seat auditorium would be named Steve Jobs Theater. While employees were expected to begin moving in during the month of April, it’s currently hard to tell if employees have moved in or are...

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Location of first Apple Store in Singapore finally...

Apple’s first retail store in Singapore has been partially unveiled, providing the first official confirmation of the long-rumored Orchard Road location.

It was back in 2015 that Apple confirmed that it was opening a store on the island. At that point, the location wasn’t known, though there were strong signs pointing to the location on Orchard Road, the main upmarket retail area in the country …


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How to subscribe to calendars in macOS Sierra

With macOS Sierra, you can view a calendar that someone has published or shared by subscribing to it in Calendar. However, you can’t edit calendars you are subscribed to, such as the regional holidays calendar. 

If you want to use a calendar that several people can edit, share it instead. To subscribe to a calendar from a link on the Internet or an email you received, click the link. If you do this, you can skip step 1 below, and the calendar’s web address is filled out for you in step 2. Otherwise:

  • Choose File > New Calendar Subscription.
  • Enter the calendar’s web address, then click Subscribe.
  • Enter a name for the calendar in the Name field, then click the adjacent pop-up menu and choose a color.
  • Click the Location pop-up menu, then choose an account for the subscription.
  • If you choose your iCloud account, the calendar is available on all your computers and devices that are set up with iCloud. If you choose On My Mac, the...
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Notebooks for macOS handily combines text processing...

By Aaron Lee

Alfons Schmid's macOS version of Notebooks is a time-saving productivity app that combines text processing with task management and file organization to complement the iPad and iPhone versions of the tool. It allows you to create as many books as you need to write, store and structure.

Notebooks includes text processing for plain text, formatted text and Markdown, provides space to store and organize files and documents, and also integrates complex task management.

Users can create formatted documents using WYSIWYG style editing, produce formatted HTML using Markdown, or simply type plain text notes, and all while using custom fonts, colors, and background patterns. Advanced options allow users to convert between these formats, use Markdown syntax highlighting and formatting and much more.

Notebooks supports unlimited nested books (folders) to organize contents by topics, subjects, projects or any other category. This lets...

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Apple’s supplier battles intensify as Imagination...

Following yesterday’s news that Qualcomm is seeking an import ban on iPhones as part of its patent royalty dispute with Apple, Imagination Technologies has filed a formal dispute over its own licensing arrangements with the iPhone maker …


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Notable apps and app updates for May 4, 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

Strata has introduced inStudio VR, its latest model visualization app for Mac and Windows. It allows 3D designers to import their models straight from Strata 3D CX and other design applications to a virtual reality environment. 

From the app, users can stage, view, and alter their models using motion controls in different settings like a kitchen, living room, or retail store. inStudio VR talks directly to Strata's desktop design app, Design 3D CX (pricing starts at $595). Users of other 3D design applications can experience their designs with inStudio VR's industry standard file support.

The SE version of inStudio VR for HTC...

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OmniFocus 2.9.1

Fixes a bug that caused archiving failure after migrating to the new database format introduced in version 2.9. ($39.99 new, free update, 29 MB)


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'Titanfall' returns to mobile as a real-...

Titanfall 2 might not have been the runaway success Respawn was hoping for, but it has a tight-knit community that love its parkour movement and robot-on-robot warfare. Now, with the help of Nexon and Particle City, the franchise is getting a strateg...

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May the Fourth be with you! Win a limited edition...

It's been a while since we've had a giveaway, but we think you'll love this one! As a nod to "May the Fourth" (Star Wars Day), Apple World Today and AmpliFi have teamed up to give one lucky reader a free limited edition black AmpliFi HD Mesh Router valued at $349.

This is the same AmpliFi HD Mesh Router setup that our very own Dennis Sellers said was "another excellent candidate for an Apple router replacement." But it has one special difference -- it's black instead of the usual white case. 

Using advanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi, multiple self-configuring radios, and advanced antenna technology along with small plug-in mesh mesh points, you can see just how fast your connection is on the base station's display. An iOS app makes it fast (less than 60 seconds!) to...

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Wednesday May 3

Steam Gifting changes crack down on code resellers

Steam has announced a few big changes to its Gifting process, and they could sound good or bad, depending on your stance. It's putting the Gift to E-mail and Gift to Inventory options out to pasture, replacing it with a system that directly exchanges...

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Podcast 557: Pondering the Siri Speaker rumors and...

As we get closer to WWDC, it’s fun to imagine what Apple might unveil, how close the rumors will be to reality, and how indignant we can get when it isn’t exactly what we’d wanted. This week we wonder about the Siri speaker, as well as the next version of watchOS. The key to both is better Siri performance than Apple’s ever managed to pull off so far, but we’re excited about the possibilities.

Elsewhere, everybody loves AirPods, malware’s gotta mal, and Kara Swisher absolutely demolishes Travis “Boober” Kalanick. Enjoy.

Show notes

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Apple's lower iTunes Affiliate rates only apply...

Clarifying a recently announced iTunes Affiliate Program policy change that reduces commission rates, a report on Wednesday claims the new schedule applies only to in-app links, not websites and other outlets.

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Now the Android Gmail app keeps an eye out for...

In a particularly timely upgrade, Google is rolling out new protection against phishing links on its Gmail app for Android. According to the notes, when a user clicks on a suspicious link, they'll get a warning like the one shown above revealing that...

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Giveaway: We're giving away a pair of Apple...

It's giveaway time! We're giving away another free pair of Apple AirPods to one lucky reader. Follow us for your chance to win the popular W1 accessory and avoid Apple's current 6-week wait.

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Apple launches new website touting contributions to...

Over the last few days, Apple has started to heavily tout its contributions to the United States economy. During the company’s earnings call yesterday and again during an interview today, Tim Cook talked up Apple’s influence, and now Apple has launched a new website that breaks down its United States economic outreach…


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New drone footage shows landscaping & other work...

A new month means a new drone flyover video of Apple Park. This drone video comes courtesy of Duncan Sinfield, who has been consistently producing drone flyovers of Apple’s new campus since 2015. The video shows progress continue on Apple Park as landscaping and other touches are applied…


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OmniOutliner Essentials and Pro 5.0.3

Maintenance release for the refreshed the outlining and information organization apps with a number of refinements and bug fixes. ($9.99/59.99 new, free update, 26.6 MB)


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First Singapore Apple Store to open soon after long...

Construction barriers blocking off Apple's first Singapore store were dismantled this week to reveal an "Apple loves Singapore" mural covering what will likely be a two-story glass facade, suggesting work on the flagship outlet is nearing completion.

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Latest iPhone 8 renders imagine the potential of...

While we’re still a few months away from the official announcement of the iPhone 8, the reports and renders are already pouring in. Now, iDropNews has shared its latest set of renders, this time focusing on showing the full potential of the rumored function area…


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Qualcomm study says sure, you can control a drone...

Internet-connected drones will be necessary if you're going to see fliers that can communicate when they're delivering packages, livestreaming video or otherwise coordinating with the outside world. But how well can you control them over an LTE data...

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Apple joins 'Made in America' trend with $...

Manufacturing jobs (any jobs, really) are a hot-button topic these days, and our President has made no secret of his desire for big companies, and Apple in particular, to make more products here. In a Wednesday interview with Jim Cramer on CNBC’s Mad Money, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple is creating a fund to promote advanced manufacturing in the United States, and seeding it with $1 billion to start. has the video and a complete transcript of the wide-ranging conversation, and it’s worth a watch. These are the points that most piqued our interest—OK, and one that just made us laugh.

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Apple highlights US job creation on new webpage,...

Apple on Wednesday debuted a new webpage dedicated to highlighting the company's efforts toward generating jobs in the U.S., including the creation of two million jobs broken down by state, operating segment and more.

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Apple Pledges $1 Billion Toward Creating...

Apple announced today plans to create a $1 billion fund to promote creation of advanced manufacturing jobs in the U.S. Cook told CNBC in an interview that Apple will announce the first investment later in May. CNBC reports: "By doing that, we can be the ripple in the pond. Because if we can create many manufacturing jobs around, those manufacturing jobs create more jobs around them because you have a service industry that builds up around them," the CEO said. Apple has already created two million jobs in the United States, and Cook showed no signs of shrinking the tech giant's reach. "A lot of people ask me, 'Do you think it's a company's job to create jobs?' and my response is [that] a company should have values because a company is a collection of people. And people should have values, so by extension, a company should. And one of the things you do is give back," Cook said. "So how do you give back? We give back through our work in the environment, in running the company on...

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Apple reportedly keeping app affiliate rate at 7%,...

Last month, Apple announced changes to its iTunes Affiliate program, saying that the rates that users would receive per app sale would fall. While at the time, it was stated that the app affiliate rate would be slashed from 7 percent to 2.5 percent, it appears now that might not actually be the case…


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'Intuitive' prosthetic hand sees what it...

Even as we begin to wire prosthetics directly into our peripheral nervous systems and wield Deus Ex appendages with only the power of our minds, many conventional prosthetic arms are still pretty clunky, their grips activated through myoelectric sign...

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Qualcomm Is Seeking US Import Ban For iPhones

Qualcomm is seeking to block the sale of iPhones in the U.S. after Apple decided to stop paying them billions of dollars in licensing fees for smartphone chips. Bloomberg reports: Qualcomm is preparing to ask the International Trade Commission to stop the iPhone, which is built in Asia, from entering the country, threatening to block Apple's iconic product from the American market in advance of its anticipated new model this fall, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private. The ITC is a quasi-judicial agency in Washington that has the power to block the import of goods into the U.S. and processes cases more quickly than federal district courts -- the venue in which the companies are accusing each other of lying, making threats and trying to create an illegal monopoly. The escalating legal dispute revolves around patents Qualcomm holds that let it to charge a percentage of the price of every modern high-speed data-capable smartphone,...

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Here's how the sneaky Gmail phishing attack...

Google Docs was pulled into a sneaky email phishing attack on Tuesday that was designed to trick users into giving up access to their Gmail accounts.

The phishing emails, which circulated for about three hours before Google stopped them, invited the recipient to open what appeared to be a Google Doc. The teaser was a blue box that said, “Open in Docs.”

In reality, the link led to a dummy app that asked users for permission to access their Gmail account.


An example of the phishing email that circulated on Tuesday.

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Apple pledges $1 billion to support manufacturing...

Apple probably won't start building iPhones and iPads in the United States any time soon, but CEO Tim Cook is happy to help other companies keep their manufacturing businesses stateside. Apple will pour $1 billion into a fund aimed at promoting advan...

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Apple Watch helped CEO Tim Cook lose 30 pounds

During a Wednesday interview with Jim Cramer, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the constant feedback and health monitoring functions provided by Apple Watch helped him lose 30 pounds.

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Tim Cook talks AAPL earnings, the future of TV, and...

Apple yesterday announced its Q2 2017 earnings, reporting profits of $11.03 billion on revenues of $52.9 billion. The company sold 50.7 million iPhones, 8.92 million iPads, and 4.19 million Macs. To delve into greater detail, Tim Cook this evening joined Jim Cramer on CNBC’s “Mad Money” for a full sit down interview talking earnings, the future, President Trump, and more.


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Qualcomm might try to block iPhone shipments over...

The Qualcomm vs. Apple licensing squabble had already gotten messy with lawsuits flying in both directions, but a report by Bloomberg says things could go to the next level soon. That's because according to sources, Qualcomm plans to ask the ITC to b...

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FBI director Comey backs renewed push for decryption...

If you were hoping that FBI Director James Comey had given up on legislation requiring that companies obey court-ordered decryption requests... you're about to be disappointed. In statements at a Senate committee, Comey supported Senator Dianne Fein...

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Final Cut Pro X: How to track objects using animated...

If you’d like to add tracked text to Final Cut Pro X, there are many ways to go about doing so. For instance, I used to faux-track objects manually by using keyframes. Needless to say that was quite the tedious endeavor.

Tracking text is easier and much more accurate when using a plugin like MotionVFX’s mCallouts, which is powered by the excellent Mocha Tracking Technology from Imagineer Systems.

There are several packages in the mCallouts series, but each of them contain a heaping helping of callout styles that you can use to add tracked text to the objects in your Final Cut Pro X projects. In this brief hands-on video walkthrough, I’ll show you just how easy it is. more…

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Apple expands App Analytics developer information...

Apple this evening announced that it is expanding App Analytics in iTunes Connect to display new information related to how customers are discovering applications. The company made the announcement on its official developer blog…


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Tim Cook announces Apple’s new $1 billion advanced...

During his interview on CNBC’s Mad Money this evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a new $1 billion fund to invest in United States manufacturing jobs. Cook announced the advanced manufacturing fund during the show, but teased that we will hear more about it later this month…


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Ultimate Edition Linux: Rough Road to a Nice...

Ultimate Edition has a lot going for it. However, the latest release, version 5.4, also reflects numerous missteps that developers of a seasoned Linux distro should avoid. Ultimate Edition is a fork of two popular Debian-based Linux families -- Ubuntu and Linux Mint -- that aimed to take the best of both Linux entities and blend in a fresh mix of visually stimulating features. Ultimate's developers took a path that diverged somewhat from the two new desktop environments that were the hallmarks of its forked heritage.

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Apple to create $1B 'advanced manufacturing...

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday said the company has created a $1 billion manufacturing fund that will help create jobs in the U.S.

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AWT News Update: May 3, 2017

A nice, calm day after the storm of an Apple earnings report. Here's today's news:

  • Apple closed slightly down from yesterday's near-record close
  • Quick! Run to the TV. Tim Cook is on CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer
  • Rumor has it that Inventec is building the alleged Apple Siri speaker that may be announced as soon as next month
  • Beware the Google Docs phishing attack!
  • Enterprise sales are booming for Apple

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

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This is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and you’re listening to the AWT News Update for May 3rd, 2017.

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WhatsApp is down worldwide but Facebook is fixing it...

WhatsApp, the encrypted messaging service owned by Facebook, is currently inoperable for people across the globe. A WhatsApp spokesperson tells Engadget that users should sit tight.

"WhatsApp is aware of the issue and working to fix it as soon as po...

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PSA: WhatsApp suffering from widespread outage,...

Popular messaging service WhatsApp is experiencing a major outage this evening. According to a variety of reports on social media, users are unable to access the service and cannot send or receive any messages…


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Who needs runways when you've got the Lockheed...

Soldiers on the battlefield could soon have an extra set of eyes watching over them. Lockheed is currently developing a high altitude, long endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle called the Fury. But unlike other HALE platforms like Boeing's Phanto...

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Clips for iOS upgraded with improved Live Titles...

Apple has updated its Clips app for iOS devices with improvements to its Live Title feature and more. According to Apple, version 1.0.1:

  • Let’s you tap on Live Title text while playing or paused to edit it;
  • When sharing to a contact with multiple messaging addresses, Clips suggests the address used most frequently;
  • The upgrade offers improved stability and reliability when recording video clips and sharing videos that contain certain posters.

Clips is a free app at the Apple App Store that allows iPhone and iPad users to create “expressive videos.” It lets you combine video clips, photos and music into videos to share with friends through the Messages app, or on Instagram, Facebook and other social networks.

Clips also introduces Live Titles, a feature that lets users create animated captions and titles using just their voice. Effects including comic book filters, speech bubbles, shapes and full-screen animated posters.

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Qualcomm seeks to block US iPhone imports - report

As a part of the legal battle between the two firms, Qualcomm is reportedly looking to secure a ban on Apple's U.S. iPhone imports -- a move that would financially devastate the Cupertino tech giant if successful.

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Qualcomm wants iPhones banned from entering the U.S.

I see no chance of this happening, but Qualcomm, hacked off over Apple’s decision to stop paying it billions of dollars in licensing fees for smartphone chips, will ask a U.S. trade agency to ban the imports of iPhones, according to Bloomberg, quoting an unnamed “person familiar with the company’s strategy.

The world’s dominant supplier of baseband processors is purportedly preparing to ask the International Trade Commission to stop the iPhone, which is built in Asia, from entering the country. This threatens “to block Apple’s iconic product from the American market in advance of its anticipated new model this fall,” the article adds.

Apple has filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm, the world’s dominant supplier of baseband...

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Tesla says it's still on track to build the...

As customers holding pre-orders wait for the Model 3 to arrive, Tesla says everything is proceeding according to plan. In today's Q1 earning report (PDF), the company announced it's still on track to start production in July, and will be able to buil...

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ecobee3 lite smart thermostat: HomeKit-compatible,...

As part of our continuing coverage of the so-called "Internet of Things" and Apple HomeKit, Apple World Today recently had the opportunity to do a hands-on review of the ecobee3 lite smart thermostat ($169, affiliate link). This thermostat is a lower-cost alternative to the new ecobee4 smart thermostat with Alexa that was just announced today, and for those who don't want a device "listening" to them all the time, it's perfect.


Small & Smart

The old thermostat is at top, while the ecobee3 lite is shown below. There is a LOT more intelligence built into the ecobee3 lite.

The first thing that hit me about the ecobee3 lite was just how small it was. It's just 4.3 inches (109mm) on a side, and the optional room sensors are even smaller -- just 1.7 inches (44mm) on a side. 

The display is one of the clearest LCD touchscreens I've seen outside...

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Facebook is closing in on 2 billion users

Facebook has had quite a rollercoaster ride so far in 2017. Sure, it managed to go head-to-head with Snapchat and rolled out lots of new features, but it's also faced plenty of scrutiny over fake news and the rise of graphic violence on its live vide...

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Apple's Clips video app updated with Live Title...

Apple updated its new Clips video editing app on Wednesday, bringing a few user interface improvements like easier Live Title editing and automated sharing suggestions to the social media sharing tool.

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Report: Qualcomm seeking iPhone import ban in U.S.

The ongoing dispute between Apple and Qualcomm appears to be getting uglier today as Bloomberg reports that the supplier is seeking a ban on iPhone imports in the United States. Last week Qualcomm lowered its profit forecast over Apple withholding royalty payments during the ongoing legal battle between the two companies.


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Beware phishing emails posing as Google Docs invites...

If you received an out-of-the-blue email purporting to share a Google Docs file, you're not alone -- and whatever you do, don't click the link inside. Many people online, including more than a few journalists, have been bombarded with phishing emails...

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Have iPhone 8 rumors stopped you from buying a new...

Apple announced yesterday that it sold 50.7 millions iPhones during the most recent quarter which disappointed Wall Street because it was a slight year-over-year drop instead of growth. China performance and a “pause” on iPhone sales are partly “due to the earlier and much more frequent reports about future iPhones” according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Supply chain rumors about the so-called iPhone 8 have been surfacing for over a year now — months before the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus debuted — but have they been a factor for you not buying a new iPhone recently?


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Apple’s first Clips update improves Live Title text...

Apple has released the first update to its new Clips app for iPhone and iPad. The new version improves Live Title text editing and includes a few other changes as well.


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Google says Uber created a fake company to steal its...

Uber is having a bad year, for sure. In February, Google's parent company Alphabet sued Uber, claiming that it stole proprietary self-driving car technology from Google's Waymo project. The plaintiff's lawyers also claim that the original LLC, Ottomo...

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Beware of the Google Doc phishing attack

There are two reasons why this thing is so tricky. For one, it looks legit: An invitation to view a Google Document appears to come from an existing contact. But when a person clicks on the link, the attack immediately replicates itself—meaning, it has the potential to spam all of that person’s contacts with the same message. The second reason it’s so tricky is that it’s unclear what the attack is attempting to do. Phishing is often a way for bad actors to gain unauthorized access to a person’s email or other private accounts, but it’s not yet clear what’s motivating this attack.

I received this about 30 minutes ago. I didn’t open it.

∞ Read...

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Hulu unveils Live TV

Hulu joined the ranks of those companies offering Live TV through its mobile and Apple TV. I think I want to be a cord cutter, but maybe I’m not a good candidate. I just don’t find any of the offerings on the market that appealing. If this is something that interests you, have a look at Hulu’s page.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Someone is spreading a massive Google Doc phishing...

For the time being, do not click on any Google Doc links.

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Parents lose custody of two kids after abusive...

Once again, what you do online can have devastating real-world consequences. The latest example of that is Heather and Mike Martin, who recently lost custody of two of their five children after the videos on their YouTube channel caught the public ey...

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Uber fights for self-driving car future

The ride-services company is contesting Waymo’s accusation that former Waymo engineer and current Uber executive Anthony Levandowski took technical secrets from Waymo and used them to help Uber’s self-driving car development.

If it were proven that Levandowski and Uber conspired in taking the information, that could have dire consequences for Uber, say legal and ride-hailing industry experts. Uber’s $68 billion valuation is propped up in part by investors’ belief it will be a dominant player in the emerging business of self-driving cars.

The man at the heart of this dispute, Anthony Levandowski, was given $250 million worth of Uber stock the day after he left Google’s self-driving program. While suspicious, that in itself doesn’t mean Uber is guilty of anything. Google also says that Levandowski stole 14,000 confidential documents before leaving the company. That one could hurt.


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How Microsoft's Surface went from flop to...

Five years ago, Microsoft wasn't known for its hardware. Sure, it made a few forays into accessories and the Xbox had been around for awhile, but when it came to PCs, it stayed true to its software roots. That is, until mid 2012. That's when Microsof...

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US homebuilder Brookfield makes Apple HomeKit...

U.S. homebuilder Brookfield Residential on Wednesday announced that all of its new southern California communities will by default come with Apple HomeKit accessories, making them controllable via Siri or iOS 10's native Home app.

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Intel and BMW's highly-automated cars hit the...

Intel is great at building chips for computers. Everything else, not so much. But the company that's been powering most of the computers on the market for decades is going full bore into autonomous cars. Today it announced the launch the first vehicl...

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iPhone 8 rumors: Announced in June or delayed '...

We’d forgive the iPhone 7 for feeling a little under-appreciated, since it seems like all anyone can talk about these days is the next iPhone. After all, 2017 marks the iPhone’s 10th birthday, so Apple is reportedly gearing up to make its anniversary edition extra special.

We’ll keep track of the latest rumors and how plausible they are, and we’ll put them in one spot (this one!) so you can pop on over whenever you want to read the latest.

If you passed on the iPhone 7 to wait for the iPhone 8—or the iPhone 7s or whatever name Apple decides to use—it sounds like the next phone could be the design refresh you were waiting for. Just don’t expect the headphone jack to return.

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Amazon's next comedy series stars Danny DeVito...

In case it wasn't already clear that Amazon is capable of attracting serious stars, it is now. Variety understands that the internet giant is developing a comedy series that stars Danny DeVito and Jeff Goldblum as an antagonistic music duo forced to...

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SpaceX plans to start delivering satellite internet...

Last November, SpaceX asked the FCC for permission to launch 4,425 satellites to provide high speed internet around the globe. While current satellite internet can be slow and high-latency, the Elon Musk-founded company promises its proposed service...

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∞ A timelapse & hyperlapse “Gift from Rome”

Not only is the photography amazing but the technical skills to create this video are even more so.

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Ecobee's Alexa thermostat is essentially a wall...

If you're Ecobee and you have to compete against an Alphabet-backed heavyweight like Nest in the smart home space, what do you do? Simple: add built-in voice control that Nest can't currently match. The new Ecobee4 thermostat incorporates Amazon's...

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