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Friday May 19

20:28
Melted permafrost floods entrance to the doomsday...

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault was designed to be a repository should the worst happen and a disaster decimate crops around the world. But it was recently breached by floodwater from surrounding permafrost that melted after the hottest year on record...

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19:05
Uber responds to claims it charges what 'you...

Uber is in the midst of several lawsuits and has a controversial CEO leading the company. It also has to placate its own growing horde of dissatisfied drivers who complain that their revenue potential is dropping, even while Uber exaggerates how much...

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18:00
Google has a new way to call out poorly made Android...

Google's plan to improve the Android experience involves more than just tweaking the operating system. It also requires developers to up the quality of their work, and now Google has a new way to warn app creators whose work isn't up to snuff. Long...

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17:13
Execs from Apple, other tech firms to talk...




Immigration policies, government services modernization and integration with cutting edge Silicon Valley initiatives like machine learning are on the docket for next month's meeting of President Donald Trump's American Technology Council, according to a report.

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16:43
You don't have to register personal drones with...

In March, the FAA noted that over 100,000 hobby drone owners had registered their machines since the year began, bringing the total in the US over 770,000. Owners have filed their non-commercial UAVs with the agency ever since the DoT passed a law in...

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15:58
Data Forensics Company Recovers Notes Data Apple...

Files deleted from Apple’s Notes app shouldn’t be recoverable after 30 days, but the security and data forensics company Elcomsoft found they could access records that were deleted months—or even more than a year—ago. That sounds pretty bad, but recovering those files requires some pretty specific elements, including knowing your iCloud login and password.


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15:41
Apple blames third-party batteries for exploding...

Apple has refused to compensate an Australian woman who woke up on a flight to the sound of her Beats headphones exploding in her face. According to Australian site Adelaide Now, Apple says they have investigated the incident and determined that thir...

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15:18
A Stellar Concept Video for iOS 11 and the Rebirth...

The Particle Debris item of the week isn’t a written article. Instead it’s a concept video, a joint effort by Federico Vittici at MacStories and designer Sam Beckett in the UK. The reason it’s so cool is because it punctuates the hunger we all have for a new iOS on the iPad that leaves the past behind, truly enables and excites. John is excited, and you will be too. Plus: rebirth of the Mac.


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15:14
Logic Pros: What’s new in iOS & Mac music...

This is the place to catch up on all the biggest product announcements, hardware, apps, synths, Logic/GarageBand instruments and so much more in the world of iOS/Mac music production.

It’s Moogfest 2017 this week. That means we are getting some brand new hardware from the company and it didn’t disappoint. The latest Dave Smith polysynth is now shipping, more interesting Mac/iOS synths hit the market and some sweet deals on production apps are all on the bill this week… more…

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15:02
With the possibility of Apple Watch ‘smart straps,’...

The idea of a ‘smart straps’ platform for Apple Watch has been floating around for a while now. It’s something that other smartwatch makers have done and Apple itself has explored in patents. And this month there have been a few hints that make the prospect of smart bands a little more exciting with multiple reports saying Apple has been working on and testing blood sugar tracking technology for diabetes treatment…

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15:01
Latest Apple Park footage shows nighttime views of...




Drone pilot Duncan Sinfield is back with his monthly Apple Park construction update, this time showing off aerial views of the main "spaceship" building lit up at night.

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14:54
Stevie Wonder Plays Apple’s Annual Beer Bash, Here’s...

Apple brought Stevie Wonder in to play the company’s annual Beer Bash, and Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted an image of him hugging the artist onstage. The concert capped a week of activities highlighting Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Mr. Wonder, who is blind, has long endorsed Apple because of the company’s extensive accessibility features in macOS and iOS. Apple often brings in big names for its Beer Bash, a long tradition for the company. This is likely to be the last year the Beer Bash is held at Infinite Loop, as the company begins moving into Apple Park in the next few weeks. 9to5Mac rounded up some additional tweeted imaged from the event.

Thank you to the incomparable Stevie Wonder for lifting hearts and celebrating accessibility with us!...

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14:44
Facebook adds food ordering so you never have to...

The Facebook additions are coming fast and furious these days, with possible Instagram notifications, a revamped Marketplace, and a new visual style for comments. TechCrunch reports that the latest feature, rolling out to select users today, brings o...

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14:36
Dr. Mac Says He Can Save You an Hour a Day for Life...

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has a free course he says will save you an hour a day for the rest of your life. And it’s free. It’s a promotion for his new book, Working Smarter for Mac Users, a book about beating procrastination and being much more efficient with your Mac.


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14:10
How to shoot with zoom on iPhone 7 Plus (Apple Video)

Apple published another new video in its “Shoot with iPhone” series. This one is called “How to shoot with zoom on iPhone 7 Plus.” It offers two methods I don’t know you could use. The first is to single-tap your display for a 2x optical zoom. The second method is to touch and hold your display to scroll through your zoom until you get it where you want it. There are now 20 videos in this series, and they’re great resources for making the most of your iPhone’s camera.


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14:09
Apple adds 4 new videos to 'How to Shoot on...




Apple this week added four videos to the recently released "How to Shoot on iPhone 7" tutorial series, expanding the campaign to a total of 20 shorts centered around taking better photos with the flagship smartphone.

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14:08
Report: Cybersecurity Dangerously Lax at Mar-a-Lago


Internet security at Mar-a-Lago -- the private club President Trump owns and has dubbed the "Southern White House" -- is weak, based on a recent investigation. Trump has used the resort to meet with staffers and foreign heads of state on official business. In February, he took a call about a North Korean ballistic missile launch in Mar-a-Lago's dining room, with members and waiters present and able to overhear the conversation. In April, he tracked an attack he ordered on Syria from a makeshift situation room at Mar-a-Lago.

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14:03
Trump’s cybersecurity order delivers nothing but...

Remember that cybersecurity executive order we anticipated from the Trump administration, which seemed to quietly disappear in January?

The already-delayed deadline for Trump's EO on "the cyber" and his promise to create a cyber-review team passed l...

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13:57
AWT News Update: May 19, 2017

Thank Groot It's Friday! We come to the end of the week with stories about strangely persistent notes, iPhone owners who want another iPhone, and a "crapintosh". 

  • ElcomSoft finds that Apple is retaining those deleted notes a bit longer than 30 days...
  • Morgan Stanley finds that the iPhone retention rate is at 92 percent, up from last year's 86 percent, and analyst Katy Huberty sees no reason why the iPhone 8 shouldn't ship on schedule
  • Have $70 and a bit of time? Build a "crapintosh" that actually runs better than a brand new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

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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13:52
How to shoot a one-handed selfie on iPhone 7 (Apple...

Apple posted a new video in its “Shoot with iPhone” series called “How to shoot a one-handed selfie on iPhone 7.” It offers the three steps needed to take a quick selfie with your iPhone (works with all iPhones running iOS 10). 1.) Swipe left from the lock screen. 2.) Switch to front-facing camera. 3.) Press either volume button to snap your selfie. There are now 20 videos in this series, and they’re great resources for making the most of your iPhone’s camera.


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13:36
Apple adds 4 new tutorials to ‘How to shoot on...

Apple earlier this month launched a new website and video series focused on helping users get the most out of their iPhone cameras, and today the company has further expanded the series with four new how-to videos…

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13:36
There's an easy fix for WannaCry, if you haven...

There's a glimmer of hope for a specific subset of victims in the WannaCry hack. Security researchers have released a fix that gets rid of the ransomware and restores a device's files, though it only works on Windows XP to Windows 7, and only on comp...

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13:14
Audeze makes $2,495 earbuds only an audiophile could...

Audeze built a reputation on really good (and more portable) planar magnetic headphones. Back in September the company debuted its first in-ear model: the iSine. Despite looking somewhat like a mini TIE fighter, those bulkier earbuds do a solid job o...

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13:00
News: Apple denies responsibility for in-flight...

Apple has pointed to third-party batteries as the cause of a woman’s Beats headphones exploding on a plane in February, according to a report by the Australian Associated Press. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, was sleeping on a flight from Beijing to Melbourne when she was woken up by the sound of an explosion and a burning sensation on her face. The woman’s face, hands, and hair were burned, and she sought compensation from…

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12:51
Apple allegedly retaining deleted iCloud notes past...

Russian software company ElcomSoft has made headlines in the past for making discoveries related to how Apple handles cloud data. Now, the company claims that Apple is holding onto deleted notes well past the thirty-day grace period during which they’re kept in the “Recently Deleted” folder…

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12:51
'Nex Machina' brings co-op robot slaughter...

Developer Housemarque's ode to Robotron: 2048, Nex Machina, finally has a release date: June 20th on both PC and PlayStation 4. And if you were a fan of what you played in the beta but thought it was missing something, maybe that je ne sais quoi was...

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12:50
Dude Makes $70 Hackintosh, and It Worked (Video)

Snazzy Labs made a hackintosh—a PC forced to run macOS—and they spent $70 doing it. And here’s the thing: it worked. To be fair, that $70 included buying a 5-year old PC sold by a hospital ($30), a broken SSD that actually works ($5), and a replacement used video card ($35) that usually costs $100 or more. It’s so budget, he called it a crapintosh, a fitting name. But, if he did it, you could do it. More importantly, he found the performance to be really good—better than a 13″ MacBook Pro in some cases. It’s not quiet, it’s ugly, but it worked and worked well, and that’s interesting. He even edited the 4K video we’ve embedded below with this five-year-old, $70 hackintosh.


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12:43
Friday 5: Things 3 is more than just a visual...

Yesterday Cultured Code released the long-awaited update to Things 2, aptly entitled Things 3. The third edition of Things features a significant design overhaul, and fundamentally changes the way you interact with the app’s many features. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough inside for a look at some of the app’s best new additions. more…

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12:30
Mellel 3.5.3

Maintenance release fixes a number of bugs in the word processor designed for long document writing. ($39 new, free update, 128 MB)

 

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12:28
Earth's radio signals may be protecting it from...

The Earth's atmosphere bears precious little resemblance to what it looked like at the start of the Industrial Revolution. As radio technology has advanced and spread, the signals that transmitters produce -- specifically the Very Low Frequency (VLF)...

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12:05
Federal agents used a Stingray to track an immigrant...

Investigators from Immigration and Custom Enforcement as well as the FBI have been using controversial cell-spoofing devices to secretly track down undocumented immigrants, court records show. According to a report the Detroit News, which obtained an...

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11:45
‘Destiny 2’ tackles the original’s biggest problem:...

The first time I played the original Destiny, I felt frustrated and annoyed. It was a fun online co-op team shooter but the game's narrative was insultingly shallow -- a poorly written space opera where a vague "darkness" was out to destroy a mysteri...

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11:40
Twitter warns phone numbers & emails associated...

Twitter announced earlier this year that its micro video sharing service Vine would transition into a simple camera app. Despite the transition, however, Twitter today is alerting Vine users that a bug briefly made phone numbers and emails associated with Vine accounts publicly visible…

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11:38
Almost all iPhone users will buy another iPhone,...

Put me in the “extremely likely” camp.

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11:28
Tim Cook is testing a new Apple Watch device that...

Tim Cook is not only acting CEO at Apple, but he’s also one of its beta testers.

This week, CNBC reported that Cook has been testing a new device that monitors his blood sugar levels. This glucose monitor is a prototype attached to Cook’s Apple Watch that can track how food consumption and exercise affects the CEO’s blood sugar levels.

Back in February, Cook told students at the University of Glasgow that he had been continuously wearing a glucose monitor, but did not confirm it whether it was an Apple prototype.

It’s mentally anguishing to stick yourself many times a day to check your blood sugar.

“It’s mentally anguishing to stick yourself many times a day to check your blood sugar,” Cook said. “There is lots of hope out there that if someone has constant knowledge of what they’re eating, they can instantly know what causes the response... and that they can...

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11:28
Tech companies are trying to crush mom-and-pop...

If you've ever wondered why nobody other than Apple is officially licensed to fix your iPhone, it's because the device titan has locked out everyone else from accessing manuals or spare parts. This pushes small electronics shops to buy used or counte...

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11:24
NFC on iPhone Can Be Unlocked, but Should You Care?

While NFC might always be limited to Apple Pay officially, more advanced users have been hoping the technology will be unlocked for other purposes. A popular jailbreak developer has done that, and Jeff Butts thinks it’s great for some and unimportant for most people.


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11:19
Security firm recovers iCloud Notes beyond Apple...




Despite an Apple policy of permanently wiping deleted iCloud Notes older than 30 days, it appears to be possible to recover notes that are far older, a security firm said on Friday.

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11:14
9to5Rewards: Twelve South Action Sleeve for Apple...

This week’s 9to5Rewards comes from Twelve South, who is partnering with us to give away two of its new ActionSleeve Armbands for Apple Watch.

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11:05
Dutch King Willem-Alexander reveals secret flights...

Can you imagine sitting on a plane and hearing the pilot over the intercom, “Welcome to the flight, ladies and gentlemen…” And thinking to yourself, “Huh – that sounds like….naw…couldn’t be!”

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10:54
Nongünz game blasts onto the Mac

Sindiecate Arts has released Nongünz on Steam for macOS, Windows and Linux. It's a $6.99 “gothic retro” game.

Here’s how it's described: “The game is a puzzle in itself, a secret to be discovered. Each run has you fighting through a procedurally-generated dungeon filled with hordes of monsters made from human limbs and giblets. Build up your score by executing stylish combos and spend the rewards on your expanding band of lost souls and death cultists.

 “As you advance, fill your graveyard base with praying cultists, self-scourging martyrs and somber gravediggers. Use their special shops including shops, slot machines, dungeon shortcuts and special skills."

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10:43
Trusting Siri, Apple’s Diabetes Wristband – TMO...

In machines we trust, or maybe not. John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about how people may perceive the information artificial intelligence systems like Siri will give us as they get smarter. They also have some thoughts on Apple’s potential impact on the medical industry.


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10:31
Tips for Mastering your song

Graham Cochrane has some nice tips for Mastering a song you’ve recorded. I especially liked his comments on the loudness wars and how streaming services are making that less of an issue these days.

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10:31
Ford CarPlay is Here for 2016 Models Via Software...

Ford just announced that CarPlay is coming to all of its 2016 model vehicles with a new software update. CarPlay requires an iPhone 5 or later, and running iOS 7.1 or later. You can either take your car to the nearest Ford dealer for the Ford CarPlay update, or do it yourself.


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10:20
A Tip for Apple in China: Your Hunger for Revenue...

Li Yuan, writing for the WSJ: Apple's latest predicament centers on its App Store. Last month, Apple told several Chinese social-networking apps, including the wildly popular messaging platform WeChat, to disable their "tip" functions to comply with App Store rules (Editor's note: the link could be paywalled; alternative source), according to executives at WeChat and other companies. That function allows users to send authors and other content creators tips, from a few yuan to hundreds, via transfers from mobile-wallet accounts. Those transfers are offered by the social-networking apps free of charge, as a way to inspire user engagement. Now, those tips will be considered in-app purchases, just like buying games, music and videos, entitling Apple to a 30% cut. For Apple, which has been observing slowing growth in mature markets, China is increasingly becoming important. But the company's my way or high-way approach might hurt the company's image in China. And that image as well as...

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10:15
Watch: Rumors of a Siri home speaker heat up as...




Apple is believed to be working on a home audio device that will allow users to make Siri queries without directly interacting with other devices. AppleInsider offers a quick rundown of all the latest rumors on Apple's so-called Siri home speaker, which could debut as soon as next month.

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10:06
A 7-year-old applies for a job at Google, gets...

Great story. Much respect to Google CEO Sundar Pichai for encouraging the girl.

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10:05
A hectic helicopter hyperlapse tour of NYC

This video puts the “hyper” in hyperlapse but it certainly captures the energy of New York City.

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10:01
More than 560 million passwords have been leaked: is...

Using the Have I Been Pwned site, I found a number of places where my main email address has been compromised in a data breach.

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09:55
The final days of the Ringling Bros. circus

I fondly remember seeing a circus as a ten-year-old in the Halifax Forum. It was the first time I’d ever seen “wild” animals and it was a magical experience.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:49
JSON Feed: Syndication without XML, easier for...

Long time Apple-industry developers, Brent Simmons and Manton Reece, this week announced and released JSON Feed Version 1. They say it best:

The JSON Feed format is a pragmatic syndication format, like RSS and Atom, but with one big difference: it’s JSON instead of XML.

For most developers, JSON is far easier to read and write than XML. Developers may groan at picking up an XML parser, but decoding JSON is often just a single line of code.

Our hope is that, because of the lightness of JSON and simplicity of the JSON Feed format, developers will be more attracted to developing for the open web.

Sounds good to me. TMO now has a JSON Feed as well. If you’d like to see it in action,...

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09:41
Jamf Now: Set up and protect your Apple devices

My thanks to Jamf Now for sponsoring The Loop this week. Jamf Now is an on-demand mobile device management solution for the iPads, iPhones and Macs in your workplace. We make device management simple and affordable for everyone, so businesses can support their users; no IT required. Manage your first three devices for free and add more for just $2 per device per month. Get started for free today!

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09:39
News: Report: Tim Cook testing Apple Watch connected...

Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly been field testing a blood sugar monitoring device attached to an Apple Watch, CNBC reports. According to a source, Cook was spotted at the Apple campus wearing a prototype glucose-tracker on the Apple Watch, pointing to Apple’s continuing efforts to add more advanced health monitoring capabilities to the wearable device. A report last month revealed that Apple has been ramping up its efforts to create a new…

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09:31
9to5Toys Lunch Break: iPhone 6s from $280, Bose...

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09:28
Apple blames Beats headphones explosion on third-...




In a statement published on Friday, an Apple representative blamed the explosion of an Australian woman's Beats headphones on her using third-party batteries, rather than any product defects.

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09:20
Deals: $100-$150 off 13" Touch Bar MacBook Pros...




Readers shopping for a new Touch Bar MacBook Pro can save up to $150 this week on popular models with prices starting at $1,699. Meanwhile, Apple's 32GB 9.7" iPad Pro (Wi-Fi + Cellular) is $130 off, and 12" MacBooks are up to $250 off with no tax collected outside NY and NJ.

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09:03
iOS 11: Federico’s iPad wishes and concept video

[VIDEO] Federico Viticci, writing for MacStories:

The iPad needs another bold, daring step towards the future. With iOS 11, Apple has an opportunity to pick up where they left off with iOS 9, forging a new direction for the iPad platform.

Every year ahead of WWDC, I collect some of my thoughts about the current state of iOS and consider where Apple could take their software next.

Federico’s vision, his collaboration with Sam Beckett, is detailed in his MacStories post, with the video embedded in the main Loop post. Frankly, I find the scope astonishing. Watch it full screen at the highest possible resolution. As Federico says, this isn’t a WWDC prediction, it’s a vision of...

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08:53
iOS 11 concept imagines new productivity features,...

We’ve seen a few concepts imagining what iOS 11 could look like, but today the folks at MacStories have put together a video highlighting new features that could come to the iPad as part of the update. The incredibly well thought out concept imagines features such as system-wide drag and drop, a new Shelf feature, and much more…

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08:41
Data Watchdog Cautions Google and UK Health Partner


A British data watchdog has raised questions about whether it was appropriate for a healthcare trust to share data on 1.6 million patients with DeepMind Health, an AI company owned by Google. The trust shared the data in connection with the test phase of Streams, an app designed to diagnose acute kidney injuries. However, the sharing reportedly was performed without an appropriate legal basis. The UK's National Data Guardian addressed the issue in a letter to Stephen Powis, the medical director of the Royal Free Hospital in London.

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08:31
KeyCue 8.4

Improves compatibility with macOS 10.12 Sierra. (€19.99 new, free update, 5.2 MB)

 

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08:19
Ford updates 2016-model vehicles with support for...




Ford on Friday issued a software update for 2016-model vehicles equipped with its SYNC 3 platform, enabling support for Apple's CarPlay, as well as Google's Android Auto.

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08:00
Developer Deal: 85 hours of Swift 3 training for $36

Developers around the world are embracing the language first developed by Apple and then made open source: Swift. The popularity of Swift has been growing since it first appeared in 2014, and now you can get in on the fastest growing programming language with The Swift 3 Master Coder Bundle. Enjoy 85 hours of training and spend only $36 -- 93% off what you'd normally shell out for this top-notch training bundle. 

These 4 courses teach by example -- you'll build working iOS apps taking you from beginner to pro. 

  • Access 143 lectures & 19 hours of content 24/7
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07:54
Jailbreak developer hacks NFC on iPhone 6s to talk...

Jailbreak developer Elias Limneos has accomplished a feat with his jailbroken device that some are hoping will eventually be a standard feature on iPhones. He’s made it so that his jailbroken iPhone responds to NFC-enabled devices. Thus far, Limneos has tested his hack with NFC-enabled tags, but the proof of concept holds promise for jailbroken iPhone users.
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07:52
Apple Increasing 10.5-inch iPad Pro Production Ahead...

Apple is reportedly ramping up production of the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro and expects to ship up to 6 million by the end of 2017. The company apparently started in the March/April window with 500,000 units a month, and has now bumped that up to 600,000.


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07:52
Stevie Wonder performs at Apple HQ to celebrate...




Multi-platinum Grammy winning artist Stevie Wonder performed at Apple's corporate headquarters this week, in an event recognizing Global Accessibility Awareness Day, focused on making technology accessible and usable for persons with disabilities.

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07:46
∞ Building a Hackintosh for $70

[VIDEO] This is insane. Faster than the 13″ MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. For $70. Video embedded in the main Loop post.

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07:39
∞ Three videos to ease you through your Friday

[VIDEO] Not quite sure how to describe these three videos (all embedded in the main Loop post), other than to say they are all old, all have a groove and they all make me smile. Thanks to the Twitterverse for sharing these.

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07:27
Painting purchased in 1984 for $19,000, just sold...

Bloomberg:

An untitled portrait by Jean Michel-Basquiat sold for $110.5 million at Sotheby’s in New York, setting a record for any American artist. The buyer was Japanese online retail magnate Yusaku Maezawa.

And:

The painting, which had a presale estimate of more than $60 million, was bought at auction in 1984 for $19,000 by the late collectors Jerry and Emily Spiegel.

We were chatting about this purchase yesterday and someone asked how much that 1984 $19,000 was worth in today’s dollars. An interesting question. Take a guess, purely based on inflation. Then go to this inflation calculator and see how close you came.

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07:19
Apple holds Stevie Wonder concert on campus in honor...

Apple has been celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day all week, highlighting its Accessibility features and sharing the stories of those who use them. To cap off its celebrations, Apple yesterday held a concert at its headquarters with Stevie Wonder…

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07:12
Apple’s wind farm project developer wants bigger,...

Avangrid Renewables, the project developer for Apple’s Montague (Oregon) Wind Power Facility, is seeking a permit amendment for the Montague Wind Power Facility that would allow it to use a turbine model with a rotor diameter of 136 meters and generating capacity of 3.6 megawatts.

According to the Portland Business Journal, that’s a “big step up from the most powerful turbines spinning in the Northwest today, which can crank out 2.5 megawatts.” In its annual sustainability report last month, Apple said that Montague its “largest (renewable energy) project to date.”

Apple has solar farms, hydroelectric plants and biogas facilities in Oregon, North Carolina, California, Nevada and Arizona.

Apple expects 560,000 megawatt-hours of electricity annually from its portion of the wind farm. That’s equal to the electricity usage of about...

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07:00
European Commissioner: Ireland is taking too long to...

European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager has criticized Ireland over the length of time it is taking to recover unpaid Apple taxes. In an interview with CNBC, the Danish politician complained that the Government is "taking too long" on the issue but is hopeful that the €13 billion will be retrieved from the Cupertino tech giant "very soon."

Vestager also dismissed concerns that the European Commission's August 2016 ruling that Ireland had granted Apple illegal tax benefits would harm future investment in Europe.

"I haven’t seen any evidence of that,” she said.

European Commission has levied a €13 billion (about $14.5 billion) back tax demand against Apple. The Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency has claimed that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big...

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06:58
PSA: Twitter outages are being reported worldwide

If you’re having trouble tweeting today, it’s not you: it’s a global problem with Twitter.

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06:54
What do 50 million drawings look like?

Google:

Over 15 million players have contributed millions of drawings playing Quick, Draw! These doodles are a unique data set that can help developers train new neural networks, help researchers see patterns in how people around the world draw, and help artists create things we haven’t begun to think of. That’s why we’re open-sourcing them, for anyone to play with.

Load the Quick, Draw! data page and click on a drawing to see a ton of sketches of that same subject. The data underlying Google’s Quick, Draw! game is fascinating and it is now open sourced.

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06:50
2016 Ford autos can use CarPlay thanks to a software...

If you own a 2016 Ford, you can now take advantage of CarPlay. The auto maker has announced that a software update will allow its entire car line-up from last year to use both Apple’s technology.

The Verge notes that you can download the update from Ford’s owner support website. You can have a dealer do the update or give it a go yourself.

Compatible with iPhone 5 and later models, CarPlay provides a simplified way to use your iPhone interface on a car’s touch screen, giving users access to Siri voice controls, as well as Apple Maps, Apple Music, Phone, Messages, and a variety of third party apps.

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06:49
Did a mysterious Lost & Found folder just appear...

[AUTOPLAY, grrr]

Glenn Fleishman, Macworld:

Joseph Pierpoint discovered a folder in his Trash labeled “Lost & Found.” When he opened it, he found it contained over 50,000 files. Worse, “Any attempts to send these files to the Trash are thwarted by interruptions that state that this kind of solution is infeasible for one reason or another.”

Some interesting details here about fsck and the underlying Unix folder named lost+found.

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06:47
Apple refuses compensation for exploding Beats...

Apple has refused compensation to an Australian woman whose face was burned when her Beats headphones exploded on board a plane. Apple said that third-party AAA batteries, bought separately by the woman, were the cause …

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06:44
Apple CEO Tim Cook test-drove a device that tracks...

Christina Farr, CNBC:

Tim Cook has been spotted at the Apple campus test-driving a device that tracks blood sugar, which was connected to his Apple Watch.

A source said that Cook was wearing a prototype glucose-tracker on the Apple Watch, which points to future applications that would make the device a “must have” for millions of people with diabetes — or at risk for the disease.

If Apple can crack this problem, a bloodless, continuous, glucose tracking Apple Watch, they’d help a lot of people, sell a ton of Apple Watches at the same time.

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06:44
Global enterprise tablet market to see CAGR of 8.61...

This could be good news for the iPad Pro: the global enterprise tablet market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.61% during the period 2017-2021, according to new data from Research and Markets.

The research group defines an enterprise tablet as “a mobile computer device that is larger than a smartphone or a phablet and smaller than a laptop says one market trend in market is demand for BYOD (bring your own device) security solutions. According to the report, one driver in market is growing acceptance of BYOD policies. 

Employees are using their personal portable devices to gain access to confidential information because of the growing need for uninterrupted connectivity between corporate networks and employees. High acceptance of policies such as BYOD and corporate owned personally enabled (COPE) is encouraging employees to use mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones, and laptops...

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06:42
News: Ford releases SYNC 3 update with CarPlay...

Ford has announced an update to its SYNC 3 system that brings support for CarPlay to its model-year 2016 vehicles. Ford included CarPlay in most of its 2017 models last summer, including the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion and Mustang, SUVs including the Escape, Explorer and Expedition, F-Series trucks and Ford’s electrified vehicles. This latest update means that 2016 model owners with a SYNC 3 system will be able to take advantage of CarPlay support as…

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06:40
Apple suppliers ramping up 10.5-inch iPad Pro...




Apple's manufacturing partners are reportedly stepping up production of a 10.5-inch iPad Pro from 500,000 units a month to 600,000 units by July, and should ultimately churn out 5 million to 6 million units for the whole of 2017.

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06:33
∞ Siri’s potential to devalue iOS

Bob O’Donnell, in this Recode article:

Another fascinating aspect of these digital assistants is that they have the potential to completely devalue the underlying platforms on which they run. If I can use, say, Alexa across an iPhone, a Windows PC, my smart home components and a future connected car, where does the unique value of iOS or Windows 10 go? Out the door.

Head over to the main Loop post for my take on this.

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06:29
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III coming to the Mac...

Feral Interactive has announced that Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III, the latest episode in Relic Entertainment’s real-time strategy series, will be released for macOS and Linux on Thursday, June 8.

In Dawn of War III's 17-mission campaign, players alternately command the Space Marines, the savage Orks, and the technologically-sophisticated Eldar as the warring factions fight for the Spear of Khaine, a mysterious weapon that will determine the fates of all three. Massive armies and devastating elite units engage in tactical battles where the key to victory lies in taking advantage of each unit’s unique abilities to outwit, then overpower, the enemy. 

Dawn of War III’s multiplayer mode features matches in which two teams of up to three players per side battle for supremacy. The macOS and Linux versions of the game on Steam will be cross-platform compatible with each other.

Dawn of War III will be available through the Feral Store and Steam for $59.99 and at...

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06:20
Software update allows all 2016 Ford cars to use...

There’s good news for anyone with a 2016-model Ford. The company has announced that a software update will allow its entire fleet from that year to use both CarPlay and Android Auto. CarPlay supports all models from the iPhone 5 up, running iOS 7.1 or later.

While you can take your car to a dealer to do the update for you, that isn’t necessary as there are a couple of DIY options …

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06:18
Apple opposes the ‘Fair Repair Act’ in New York state

Lobbying records in New York state show that Apple, Verizon, and the tech industry's largest trade organizations are opposing a bill that would make it easier for consumers and independent companies to repair your electronics, according to a Motherboard report.

The bill, called the "Fair Repair Act," would require electronics companies to sell replacement parts and tools to the general public, would prohibit "software locks" that restrict repairs, and in many cases would require companies to to provide consumers and third-party repair shops access to service manuals and parts. Apple has already...

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06:11
New rumors about the iPhone 8 and the 10.5-inch iPad...

According to a new report from DigiTimes — TPK Holdings is charging between $18 and $22 for the technology for 3D Touch, so the 3D Touch tech in the upcoming “iPhone 8” will cost Apple more than the company anticipated. 

Due to the additional bonding of glass covers, overall processing cost for OLED-based 3D Touch solution is about 50% higher than that for the LCD-based one but the quotes for the client is about 150% higher. The Sellers Research Firm (that’s me) thinks the report is on target, which means the high-end iPhone 8 -- shown in a fanciful mock-up by iPhone 8look -- will have a price tag of $1,000 or higher.

DigiTimes also reports that Apple is said to be boosting production of its upcoming 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which means it’s “increasingly possible” we’ll see it arrive sometime over the next couple of months.

The Sellers Research Firm says this rumor is...

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06:00
Three Mac Apps for Website Developers : $14.99

We have a bundle of Mac apps for website developers called the Mini Mac Developer Bundle. It includes three apps, skEdit (website builder), Nuggit (text editor), and Code Collector Pro (code snippet manager) for $14.99. That’s 70% off retail.


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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Exocharge 3-Port USB Car Charger

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can get the Exocharge 3-Port USB Car Charger for only $14.99 — that’s 25% off the regular price. Keep all of your passengers’ devices fully powered up with this handy car charger that can charge up to three devices simultaneously, two at fast 2A charging speeds.

Get the Exocharge 3-Port USB Car Charger now for only $14.99...

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06:00
Snapimals is the modern-day Pokémon Snap and it’s...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

Remember Pokémon Snap, the unexpectedly addictive photography game for Nintendo 64? Well, it’s back—in spirit—in Snapimals, a freemium game in which you try to capture wild animals’ wacky antics in still photos.

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05:56
Jeff Goldblum Could’ve Been Siri

Jeff Goldblum says he nearly became the voice of Siri, which would’ve made interacting with our iPhones a very different experience. According to the iconic actor, Steve Jobs called him and asked if he would be “the voice of Apple.” Goldblum turned him down because he didn’t know who Jobs was. This was years before Siri was a thing, so it’s possible it was all about an ad campaign that went beyond his iMac commercials, but it’s still interesting to imagine Jeff Goldblum’s voice living inside our iPhones.


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05:51
NY State records show what Apple & other tech...

New York state records reveal the sums Apple, Verizon, Lexmark and other tech companies have spent there on lobbying efforts against right to repair legislation.

We learned back in February that Apple was formally opposing a bill in Nebraska that would have given consumers and independent repair shops the legal right to buy spare parts and to access service manuals in order to carry out their own repairs. That opposition was successful, lawmakers backing down.

Apple is currently fighting attempts to introduce a Fair Repair Act in New York after successfully defeating similar bills in both...

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05:49
AppleInsider podcast talks with makers of tools for...




This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor goes to Moogfest and interviews music makers and the people that make the tools professional musicians use, discussing how those tools work with Apple's ecosystem.

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05:23
New 'iPhone 8' 3D Touch tech rumored to be...




Apple's alleged supplier for the 3D Touch implementation for the OLED "iPhone 8" has hiked its price, and is reportedly charging more than double for the assembly in the new phone, versus what it charges for the iPhone 7.

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05:15
Rumor: Apple CEO Tim Cook spotted wearing glucose...

If The Timster is doing it, that tends to indicate where Apple’s upcoming products might be going.

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is said to have been spotted on his company’s corporate headquarters wearing a new, unannounced Apple Watch accessory that could be used to measure a user’s blood sugar levels in an non-intrusive fashion.

CNBC has reported that Tim Cook has been spotted wearing the prototype sense. It’s unknown as to whether this is an Apple-made device or peripheral created by an outside medical company.

The report also said that Cook even publicly discussed the device during an appearance at the University of Glasgow back in February. He said the device helped him understand how his body reacted to the foods he eats, and allowed him to keep his blood sugar more constant.

Per Cook:

“I’ve been wearing a continuous glucose monitor for a few weeks,” Cook said without mentioning connectivity to the Apple Watch. “I just took it off...

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05:14
Comment: Google and ASUS provide a glimpse of the AR...

Google has been working on augmented and virtual reality for some time, through its Tango and Daydream projects. While there’s a great deal of overlap between the two, I’ve outlined before why it’s clear to me that Apple’s focus is very much on augmented reality: overlaying virtual content on the real world.

Google this week gave us a clearer steer on the type of AR functionality we can expect from its own platform, and it’s likely that...

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05:00
Tablet, notebook ban reportedly off the table for...

The proposed ban on tablets and notebooks from cabin baggage on flights between Europe and the USA have reportedly been shelved …

The ban, which proposed preventing electronic devices larger than a smartphone on inbound flights to the USA from 10 airports located mostly in the Middle East and Northern Africa was offered in response to intelligence from terrorist threats.

It was later suggested that the ban might be extended to flights from the UK and other European countries, with a further report earlier this month suggesting that the idea was ‘under active consideration.’

Per the BBC, the ban may not be extended.

US and EU officials have decided against a ban on laptops and tablets in cabin baggage on flights from Europe. But after a four-hour meeting in Brussels to discuss the threats to aviation security, officials said other measures were still being considered.

The decision caused some relief among aviation experts, who stated that a...

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05:00
Apple granted a patent for a headphone/speaker combo...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20170142509) for “dual mode headphones and methods for constructing the same.” Per the invention, the headphones can be moved between a first, in-ear position and a second, speaker position. 

A sensor in the headphones can detect the current position of the headphones, and can change the mode of the circuit to correspond to the detected current position. For example, the sensor can change between an in-ear mode in which the amplifier is bypassed and a speaker mode in which the amplifier is powered and used. In some cases, the headphones can include a sensor for preventing the speaker mode when the headphones are positioned near a user's ears.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that users typically listen to content on their portable devices using headphones, although there are speakers available that can be connected to the portable devices to enable multiple users to listen in at the same time. This approach, however, may...

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04:30
How to delete an album within Photos on macOS Sierra

Sometimes you may need to delete an album within Photos on macOS Sierra. It's not as easy as you’d think. You can’t simply click on an album name and hit delete on your keyboard.

Instead you must control click on the album, then choose Delete Album. The same keyboard combo will also let you rename an album or duplicate it.

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

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04:00
Soba by Bluelounge can help reduce cable clutter

By Aaron Lee

Like most Mac users, you probably suffer from cable clutter with various cables and cords littering your workspace. The $24.95 Soba by Bluelounge can help alleviate the problem.

Soba zips loose cables up and consolidates them into a single tube that you can route and affix along walls, under desks, and just about anywhere. You use the Vortex zipper in a sliding motion to open and route cables. Once the zipper passes, Vortex technology will auto-coil the tube, bundling the cables inside.

Soba comes with 10 feet of vortex tube, two end caps, three mounting caps, one y-split, one Vortex zipper tool, and five rubber bands. It's available in black and white.

Apple World Today Rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

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04:00
External Link: HandBrake Exploit Leads to Stolen...

Panic co-founder Steven Frank has posted an embarrassing confession: after he inadvertently downloaded and installed a compromised version of HandBrake, hackers were able to steal source code to Panic’s apps. There’s no evidence that customer information, sync data, or Panic’s Web site were compromised. However, you should avoid downloading any Panic app that doesn’t come directly from Panic’s Web site or the Mac App Store, and Steven is asking users to report any unofficial versions that people see in the wild. Kudos to Panic for being so open about this and handling it quickly, and take this as a real-world lesson in why it’s important to stay alert when it comes to online security.

 

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02:59
Another report claims 10.5-inch iPad Pro production...

Supply chain sources are backing up KGI’s report about the imminent unveiling of a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, according to Digitimes. Digitimes claims that shipments of the new form factor iPad are currently at approximately 500,000 units this month with that number rising to 600,000 in July.

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