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Wednesday November 15

06:13
Reach Robotics introduces the iOS compatible Mekamon...

Reach Robotics, an augmented reality gaming company, says its flagship product, MekaMon, “the world’s first real-life gaming robot,” is now available on Apple.com and MekaMon.com for $299.95, as well as in Apple stores throughout the U.S. and UK at stores on Nov. 16.

By incorporating augmented reality into a robot, Reach Robotics has created a new branch of gaming – one that totally immerses...

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06:05
Apple’s Mac now has 10.4% of the global laptop market

Market research firm TrendForce reports Apple continued the strong shipments of 12-inch laptops in the second quarter, and focused on the new models of MacBook Pro in the third quarter, recording the third quarter shipments of 4.43 million units and an increase of 11.3%. It exceeded ASUS to rank the fourth in the quarter as the number four global manufacturer of laptops.

TrendForce reports that worldwide notebook shipments for this third quarter registered a quarterly increase of 6.8% and a year-on-year increase of 0.9%, reaching 42.69 million units. Apple now has 10.4% of the global laptop market.

HP is in first place with 25.8% market share, followed by Lenovo with 20.1% and Dell with 15.6%. Trailing Apple in the top five are ASUS (8.9%) and Acer (7.7%).

(Note: TrendForce’s estimates only include “traditional” laptops, not tablets such as the iPad Pro.)

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Sphereo X2 Speakers

For Wednesday’s iLounge Deal, you can get the Sphereo X2 Speakers for only $29.99. Each of these two Bluetooth speakers can fit in your palm, but they pack a powerful audio punch to let you stream your listening experience just about anywhere. They’re ultra-compact for easy transport, usable as a speakerphone, and recharge simply by placing them on the wireless dock.

Get the Sphereo X2 Speakers now for only $29.99....

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05:58
Apple will give limited help to India’s government...

Apple has agreed to give limited help to the Indian government develop an anti-spam mobile application for its iOS platform, after refusing to do so based on privacy concerns, according to “sources and documents” seen by Reuters.

The article says Apple execs flew to New Delhi in Octobr and told officials the company would help develop the app. The execs purportedly said iOS might not allow for some of the government’s requests, such as making call logs available within the app that would allow users to report them as spam, the official said.

Until now — assuming the Reuters article is correct — The Telecom Regulatory Authority of...

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05:40
GymKit launches today in Australia, automatically...

GymKit is a new integration between the Apple Watch and fitness equipment, that allows the two to cooperate and sync workout and activity data between them.

The first gym to feature GymKit-compatible equipment is now up and running in Australia. Users just tap their watches to the treadmill (or other GymKit equipment) using NFC, and they start sending data back and forth automatically …

more…

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05:00
Don't like the Mac Dock? uBar 4 is a solid...

Some people just don't like the Mac Dock. It gets in the way on small screens, so many people choose to hide it when it's not in use. What if you could replace the Dock with something completely different and customizable? uBar 4 ($14.99) does exactly that, and we've got a half-off deal going today that will get this great utility onto your Mac.

uBar is used by engineers at Google, Facebook, HP, LinkedIn, Salesforce, Tumblr, Intuit and more! What can it do for you?

  • Find the window you're looking for at a glance
  • Customize your dock orientation & desktop theme 
  • Expand to up to 5 rows & easily differentiate between hidden & viewable applications
  • See app activity, app badges, app flashes...
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05:00
Apple patent is for fast searching in a music...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,817,894) for “fast search in a music sharing environment.” It apparently involves iTunes Family Sharing and Apple Music with the goal of making searches faster for music data. 

In the patent filing, Apple notes that users may get frustrated with having to enter a query into a search engine every time she wants to search for a specific type of data such as music info. What’s more, the user may become frustrated with an amount of time waiting to receive a response. As a result, users may begin looking for an alternative search engine that delivers a faster search response for the specific type of data. Apple wants to address the issue.

The patent involves a method of a fast-search server includes processing a character of a query of music data, referencing the character with a reverse index of a music database, determining that the character matches a data record of the music database using the reverse index and returning the...

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04:30
Ranger iPhone X case looks great, but is a bit too...

WaterField Designs’ $89 Ranger iPhone X case is another of the company’s cool takes on the traditional holster. With magnetic closing systems that use Neodymium rare-earth magnets, it attaches securely to clothing, belts, work vests, or straps.  

A Fidlock closure keeps the iPhone safeguarded inside the case. The bottom opening allows users to keep ear buds connected and keeps text and call notifications audible when the gadget is inside the case. Side openings provide access to volume and sleep buttons. A front leather pocket can hold earbuds or cash and a key.

The inside front panel is lined with scratch-free Ultrasuede that adds cushioning and helps clean the iPhone X’s screen as you insert and remove it from the case. I really like the holster design of the Ranger. It makes me feel like a cowboy, but, on a more practical level, it allows me to get to my iPhone X to answer a call or...

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04:14
Amazon reportedly cancels plans for ‘skinny bundle’...

Amazon has seemingly cancelled plans to launch an unbundled a la carte internet TV service, featuring top channels. Reuters says Amazon was unable to convince networks to sign on and struggled to find profitable business arrangements. It has been widely reported that Apple wanted to launch a similar skinny bundle of streaming channels, but also faced industry backlash and failed to bring the service to market.

more…

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04:00
How to unlock, then get to the Home screen on the...

Things are a little different when it comes to navigating the iPhone X as compared to previous Apple smartphones. One of those is unlocking and getting to the Home screen. However, it’s easy once you practice a few times.

To unlock, glance at your iPhone X to unlock it with Face ID, then swipe up from the bottom of the Lock screen. To go to the Home screen at any time, swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen.

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 15, 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.

iOS Apps/Updates

Busivid Corp. has debuted Busivid Send Video. It’s a free person-to-person messaging app. With Busivid Send Video, sent videos and playlists are capable of being viewed on almost any device or connection, without worrying about what apps, software or browser the recipient is using. Real-time notifications give users insight into when their videos are viewed.

Art Authority says their apps for iPad and iPhone now include access to the 1000Museums gift shop, where art lovers can purchase museum-approved reproductions of major works they view through the apps. The...

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03:29
Report: Apple will help create anti-spam app in...

Apple has been fighting the Indian government over approving an iOS app to block spam calls and texts in the region for some time now. A new report from Reuters suggests that Apple has changed its tune slightly, agreeing to provide assistance to help make such an app, but with ‘limited capabilities’.

Apple does not want to give a third-party app access to iPhone call logs on privacy grounds, but it’s not clear what compromise has been reached.

more…

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03:00
Apple thought to have sold 3.9 million Apple Watch...

At its most recent earnings call, Apple stated that its Apple Watch sales had grown 50 percent year-over-over, although the company has never revealed exact sales numbers. Estimates from Canalys suggest that unit sales almost hit 4 million for Apple Watch in the third quarter.

Canalys stated that the cellular version of the Apple Watch Series 3 has proven popular enough for demand to outstrip supply. The company also stated that wireless carriers have been surprised by the demand for the device.

Canalys estimated that roughly 800,000 of the 3.9 million Apple Watch units sold in the third quarter were the LTE model.

The Q3 calendar refers to July, August, and September. The Apple Watch Series 3 has only been available since the middle of September, Canalys estimating that roughly 25 percent of the Apple Watch units sold were Series 3 LTE models.

In China, the Apple Watch LTE access is currently disabled by the government. Canalys expects strong demand...

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Tuesday November 14

22:29
'Warframe' for PS4 gets yet another...

When the PS4 launched on November 15th, 2013, the free-to-play MMO-ish shooter Warframe was available to download. It had debuted on Windows the previous March and came to Xbox in September 2014, yet still sustains a healthy playerbase. The Warframe...

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20:48
Feds reveal technical details of North Korea's...

North Korea has been running a hacking campaign targeting aerospace, telecommunications and financial industries in the US since 2016, according to alerts issued by the government. Homeland Security and the FBI have released the technical details of...

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20:27
Star Micronics announces first AirPrint-certified...




The Star TSP654II AirPrint is the first 58mm and 80mm receipt and ticket printer to get AirPrint certification -- and it will see release very soon.

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19:36
‘Final Fantasy XV’ hero Noctis heads to ‘Tekken 7’...

Given what cross-promotion Square Enix has done to bring other games into Final Fantasy XV, it's no surprise that they're lending out some of its elements, too. The hero of last year's hit RPG, Prince Noctis, will be added to the roster of Tekken 7 s...

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18:33
Twitter's 'premium' tools let more...

Twitter hasn't exactly been known for a developer-friendly attitude, but it's tackling that issue today. The social site has unveiled a "premium" programming framework that bridges the gap between its free-but-limited standard tools and the costly t...

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18:28
You can now control your Sonos speakers directly...

Pandora and Sonos today joined together to announce that you can now control your Sonos speakers directly through the Pandora app on iOS. The feature is available to all Pandora users, including those on the free tier and Pandora Premium.

more…

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18:02
Reviews lean positive on Pixel Buds, Google's...




Some of the first major reviews of Google's Pixel Buds have emerged, mostly espousing a favorable opinion of the AirPods competitors, albeit with some tough criticisms.

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17:35
'Dinner Party' is a VR spin on the most...

It was just a normal dinner party, with music on in the background and guests splintered off in lively conversation. But just as we were about to sit down to eat, our hostess made a startling confession. She and her husband recently went through a tr...

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17:18
Are you interested in either of the rumored...

KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo released a new report yesterday breaking down what we can expect with the iPhone lineup in 2018. Kuo explained that Apple will add a new 6.5-inch OLED iPhone and a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone to its product mix in 2018 – both with the bezel-less iPhone X design.

Would you be interested in either of these models?

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17:17
Google Home app features improved interface and...

Google Home is becoming all sorts of useful. You can already use the family of smart speakers along with Chromecast to control your Spotify and Netflix accounts, watch CBS All Access and CW television shows, and manage YouTube's live TV service. Now,...

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16:46
Volvo's parent company now owns a flying car...

Those reports from the summer that Volvo's parent company had snapped up flying car startup Terrafugia? They were true. Geely has officially completed its acquisition of Terrafugia, turning it into a fully-owned subsidiary of the Chinese automotive...

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16:42
ITC looking into patent infringement claims against...

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has launched an investigation into allegations of patent infringement by Apple on various devices, reports Reuters.

The commission said in a statement the probe was based on a complaint by Aqua Connect and its subsidiary, Strategic Technology Partners, of Orange, California. The products at issue are certain Macs, iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Apple TVs.

In October Aqua Connect and Strategic Technology Partners sued Apple for allegedly infringing on two patents relating to their remote desktop and terminal server application. 

Aqua describes itself as a company that has been delivering “...

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16:32
'Untrained Eyes' puts an AI spin on...

What if you stood in front of a mirror and saw someone who barely looked like you? That's exactly what happens in Untrained Eyes, an interactive sculpture debuting today at the Engadget Experience, a one-day event that showcases exhibitions which mix...

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16:27
Video: Apple iPhone X versus Samsung Galaxy Note 8...




The consumer wars between Apple and Samsung will go on as long as both companies are around, as will the debates around which flagship device is more powerful. AppleInsider gets both the iPhone X and the Galaxy Note 8 on our test bench, and put them both through their paces.

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16:05
Apple Is Back To Being the World's Top Wearable...

Apple is once again the biggest selling producer of wearables after its third-generation Apple Watch, released in September, helped it pip China's Xiaomi to the post. TechCrunch reports: The new device, Apple's first that connects to the internet without being tethered to a smartphone, took the U.S. mobile giant to 3.9 million shipments in the recent Q3 2017, according to new data from Canalys. The firm estimates that the gen-three version accounted for just 800,000 shipments, due to supply issues, which bodes well for Apple coming into the lucrative holiday season. That figure was a big jump on 2.8 million shipments one year previous. It also gave Apple 23 percent of the market, putting it fractionally ahead of the 21 percent for Xiaomi, the Chinese firm that was briefly top of the industry for the first time in the previous quarter. Apple's wearable division has enjoyed something of a renaissance this year, grabbing the top spot in Q1 for overall wearables the first time since Q3...

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16:00
‘Your Hands Are Feet’ describes feelings where words...

The interactive experience Your Hands Are Feet is a smorgasbord of feelings. Take the title example. Creators Amelia Winger-Bearskin and Sarah Rothberg wanted to pinpoint the feeling of shoes not fitting quite right. Ill-fitting footwear is not a cat...

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15:37
Pinterest rolls out new Pincodes feature for easily...

Pinterest announced today that it is rolling out a new Pincodes feature to all users. The social network says this feature makes it easier to discover design ideas, recipes, and more.

more…

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15:32
I wore a (virtual) flamingo head while smelling of...

At 9AM, I was invited to inhale a fragrant cocktail of earthworm, soil, sea and, ugh, sulphur. This first part of Dance With flARmingos sets the stage, coaxing participants to imagine themselves in the wetlands that the iconic flamingo calls home. Ic...

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15:22
Apple faces fresh USITC investigation over alleged...




The U.S. International Trade Commission has declared that it has launched an investigation of many of Apple's present and past products that use Screen Sharing and AirPlay Mirroring, after complaints from a company and its licensing subsidiary that develops cross-platform remote access solutions.

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15:18
Apple Watch Retakes #1 Slot in Wearables in Q3

Apple shipped 3.9 million Apple Watch units during the 3rd quarter, including some 800,000 Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular, according to estimates from Canalys.


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15:10
How Many Times Can You Fold a Podcast? – Mac Geek...

Have questions about your Mac or iPhone? Just want to learn more? Join John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton, your two favorite geeks, as they entertain and inform you this week.


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15:01
Razer's latest gaming keyboard can survive...

Razer's keyboards have been many things, but tough generally wasn't one of them -- knock your drink the wrong way and that elaborate input device was toast. That won't be as much of a problem in the future, as Razer has unveiled a new version of its...

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14:46
Amazon Australia could sell more than books come...

Amazon's Australian marketplace is going live "really, really soon," the company's local CEO, Roco Braeuniger, announced at a recent event. Apparently, "really, really soon" could mean next week: According to CNET, the e-retail titan has told third-p...

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14:45
Review: Chamberlain MyQ Home Bridge Garage Door...

Well-known garage door opener maker Chamberlain has offered smartphone compatible garage door openers for at least a couple of years now, but like many home automation accessories that came out before the advent of HomeKit, Chamberlain's openers have been essentially an ecosystem unto themselves, controlled through the company's own iOS app, with virtually no integration with other home accessories. Unfortunately, while HomeKit supported a wide variety of accessories with iOS 8 right out of the gate, it wasn't until last year's release of iOS 10 that garage door openers were welcomed into the fold, and as with many new HomeKit accessories, it wasn't until almost a year later that Chamberlain was able to make its HomeKit solution available. {/exp:char_limit}
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14:39
Firefox 57 'Quantum' for macOS released,...




Mozilla has wrapped up its "biggest update of code in over ten years with the release of Firefox 57 -- once called "Quantum" -- for macOS, and other platforms.

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14:33
US trade commission launches probe into Apple over...

According to a new report from Reuters, the United States International Trade Commission has launched an investigation into Apple over allegations of patent infringement. Details regarding the probe are sparse at his point, but the commission alleges the infringement applies to a multitude of Apple products…

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14:31
Apple retakes the top spot in wearable device...

It looks like Xiaomi's reign as the wearable device champion was short-lived. Canalys' latest estimates indicate that Apple regained the lead in wearable shipments during the third quarter of the year, shipping 3.9 million smartwatches over the summe...

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14:25
Control Sonos from the Pandora iOS app

Pandora, the largest streaming music provider in the U.S., and Sonos, the wireless home sound system, today launched new ways for listeners to control their music on Sonos within Pandora’s award-winning mobile app. Listeners can now control Sonos directly through the Pandora mobile app and command Pandora stations with voice commands via Alexa. The new experience also includes support for Premium, Pandora’s on-demand service launched earlier this year.

Just tried this and it worked great. Why can’t Apple do this? HomePod, I guess. I am looking forward to getting one of those.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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14:25
AWT News Update: November 14, 2017

A Tuesday in November with no Apple events in the foreseeable future means...a short Apple World Today New Update podcast!

  • Steven Soderbergh has filmed a full-length movie to be released in March of 2018...on an iPhone
  • Mozilla released Firefox Quantum today, and it's getting rave reviews for speed, RAM usage and privacy. It's available for Mac and iOS
  • Have an iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? iOS 11.2 beta 3 switched on 7.5W wireless charging on the devices, which speeds up charging time considerably

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

Text Version

This is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and...

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14:14
Fullscreen's young adult streaming service is...

Fullscreen, the social-first streaming service for teens and young adults, is going kaput. Deadline is reporting that the VOD platform will close shop next year to focus on original productions and branded video content. At least all those social med...

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14:05
Coach adds more Apple Watch band options ahead of...

Coach today has released some updated Apple Watch band options and brought some brand new bands to its fall lineup.

more…

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14:02
The Game Awards nominees include ‘PUBG,’ ‘Zelda’ and...

The Game Awards, the industry's equivalent to the Oscars or Tony's, seeks to commemorate the year's best titles -- and boy, what a year 2017 has been. By our April roundup, we'd already seen many of the titles on this year's ballot. This year's award...

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13:52
Apple’s Lisa Jackson Joins Execs from JetBlue and...

The Washington Post is organizing a forum called A World in Balance for business execs, policy makers, and experts to discuss sustainability, including Apple’s Lisa Jackson.


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13:43
Deezer brings lossless audio to the desktop with a...

Music streaming service Deezer moved beyond Bose and Sonos speakers a couple of months ago in US markets, expanding its subscription offerings to pretty much everyone via a mobile app. Around the same time, Deezer opened up its HiFi tier to any speak...

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13:21
Microsoft expands Xbox digital game gifting to all...

Back in October, Microsoft began allowing digital gift-giving for games on the Xbox One. Users could log into the Xbox Store and select an Xbox One game to send digitally as a gift. The catch was that the feature was limited to Xbox Insiders. But now...

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13:03
Director Steven Soderbergh secretly shot new horror...




Acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh's next film, a horror movie titled "Unsane," will see a wide theatrical release next spring, despite the fact that it was filmed entirely on an iPhone.

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13:01
Mac Caddy on Kickstarter Sits on Your iMac, Includes...

Check out the Mac Caddy on Kickstarter. It’s a clip-on caddy designed to specifically fit on the back of current iMacs. That’s the slim edge 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac design from late 2012 to current 2017 models. In addition to being a caddy to help reduce desk clutter, it also has a built-in camera cover for those concerned about privacy. There are cable slots on the side, as well as compartments for your stuff. The company has raised US$2,600 towards a goal of $18,000 so far, with 27 days to go. Funding is earmarked for tooling to put the Mac Caddy into production. As of this writing, there are Early bird slots available for $30 that will net you a Mac Caddy. As someone with a messy desk, it instantly resonated with me.


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13:00
Twitch shows how close you are to becoming a paid...

Twitch is making good on promises to help streamers turn pro. It just switched on an Achievements system that shows your progress toward Affiliate or Partner status. If you need to stream more often or grow your average viewer count, you'll know ju...

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12:42
Hulu's Live TV service is now much easier to...

Hulu has been working on some new features for its Live TV service. The changes are specifically geared towards improving navigation and browsing in the web version of Hulu Live TV. First, the new version has a Live TV button right at the top of the...

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12:36
Mozilla Launches Firefox Quantum for Mac, Twice as...

Quantum is being seen as a major effort to gain back market share from Google’s Chrome with a new “Photon” user interface and a new, speedier engine.


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12:23
Toshiba sells its TV unit to Hisense

Toshiba has been shedding its departments for a few years to streamline operations and recoup losses after its 2015 accounting scandal. Sony bought out its sensor business in 2015 for $155 million and Bain Capital (of all entities) just purchased its...

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12:22
American Eagle’s new Manhattan store has an iPad in...

American Eagle Outfitters, number-two seller of jeans in the U.S., has opened a new store in Manhattan with some cool features, including an iPad in every dressing room.

The Apple tablet shows how the pants fit on human bodies with an animated looping image. The iPad also lets shoppers call an attendant or enter in their selections, editing their choices on the fly. 

Salespeople are all equipped with mobile point-of-sale devices so that customers can check out in the dressing room and walk right out of the store. If a size isn’t stock in the store, it's also possible to order items and have them shipped directly to you.

The store, dubbed AE Studio, also features an upstairs lounge that comes complete with park views and power outlets, plus free...

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12:21
Coach ships four new Apple Watch bands for men...




Luxury brand Coach has released several new Apple Watch bands for the fall season, looking to draw in fans of Apple's wrist-worn computer as a fashion item.

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12:12
Feature Request: Restore iPhone music control from...

watchOS 4.1 brought iCloud Music Library and Apple Music streaming to Apple Watch, but the redesigned Music app on watchOS 4 killed a feature that it offered since launch. watchOS removed the ability to remotely control music playing on your iPhone from your Apple Watch in favor of focusing solely on music playable from the watch.

While this change makes the Music app much easier to use and understand for most users, removing a useful function from the Apple Watch isn’t progress for everyone. Fortunately, I think the answer to this problem is right in front of us.

more…

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11:16
Apogee reveals iOS and macOS-compatible Mic Plus,...




Audio electronics producer Apogee has revealed the Mic Plus, a compact studio-grade cardioid microphone that can connect to both iOS devices and Mac desktops, with the professional-quality microphone going on sale in Apple stores starting from Wednesday

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11:06
Apogee’s new Lightning/USB MiC+ brings world-class...

Today, Apogee is announcing the brand new MiC+ for iPad, iPhone, Mac, and PC, along with the official price and release date… more…

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11:03
O-H-A?-O State Trolls Apple for the Autocorrect Bug

Oh my, but this makes me laaaaugh. Ohio State University trolled Apple for the now-corrected iOS autocorrect bug that turned the letter “i” into an A with a mystery symbol. And it was some pretty expect trolling. Below is a tweet iDownloadBlog found from someone at the college’s football game against Oklahoma State University. There are other tweets, too, but the point is that’s some funny ^#%@.

.@OhioStateFB...

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10:42
2017 New York Audio Show: From the cool to the...

New York became the center of the audio universe this past weekend, hosting the 2017 New York Audio Show. Three floors of the Park Lane Hotel on Central Park South were home to some of the biggest, newest, and most obscure names in audio. With gear ranging in price from a few hundred dollars to more than the cost of a house, audio bliss was within reach of all who attended--even if only temporarily.

Vinyl, vinyl everywhere

Vinyl and turntables were everywhere, but there was no turntable more unique or flexible than +Audio’s The+Record Player. This all-in-one record player features a custom Pro-ject belt-drive turntable and is for the consumer who wants a high-end turntable, speakers, digital inputs, and DAC in a single, turnkey package. The on-board DAC is a fully bi-directional sound card that’s capable of playing music from a USB source or digitizing your vinyl collection.

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10:28
iPhone 3D Cameras, Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV...

Bryan Chaffin and The Maccast’s Adam Christianson join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple bringing 3D depth sensing to future iPhone cameras, plus they look at Amazon’s plans for a Lord of the Rings-based TV series.


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10:17
Apple supplier Quanta wants AR headsets on market by...




Apple's rumored augmented reality (AR) headset could arrive as soon as 2019, comments from one of the company's assembly partners hinted on Tuesday.

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10:02
The Mountie+ mount is strong enough for the iPad Pro

The $49.95 Mountie + by Ten One Design is a new iPad mount that’s strong enough for the iPad Pro. The design keeps the cord out of your way, making it a two-screen solution on the go when paired with Duet, an app that allows you to use your iOS device as an extra screen with your Mac.

The Mountie + , due to ship in mid-December, sports deal grip units and is designed to snap on quickly and securely. It holds your screens only 4mm, and, according to the folks at Ten One Design, provides “the best balance and full screen experience possible.”

The Mountie + is compatible with all iPad Pro, iPad Air and iPad mini models. According to the folks at Ten One Design, it works with “all MacBooks and every other laptop.”

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09:58
HomePod: Everything we know about the Apple smart...

With the launch of the Apple Watch Series 3 and iPhone X behind us, there’s still one more new Apple product on my shopping list this year: HomePod. Apple previewed its new smart speaker back in June at WWDC, and now it’s almost time for HomePod to hit the market. Here’s what we know about HomePod so far:

more…

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09:50
Rumor: Apple will release an AR headset no later...

Key Apple assembler Quanta Computer says augmented reality (AR) will bring huge business opportunities, adding that a “significant” AR device will be released no later than 2019, according to Nikkei Asian Review. That device is expected to come from Apple.

“We are working on an AR project and have studied the optical technologies that AR devices have needed since two years ago,” Quanta Vice Chairman C.C. Leung told reporters after the Taiwanese manufacturer’s earnings conference. He said the wearable will be a “headset-like gadget with a fully transparent lens that allows users to see through and interact with the environment.”

Most pundits are betting on Apple releasing an AR headset. In a June blog post, venture capitalist Gene...

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09:43
iPhone X, meet roller derby

[VIDEO] Serenity Caldwell is, secretly, a member of a top 10 women’s roller derby team. The iPhone X dropped the same day as the WFTDA’s annual international championships.

What better test for the iPhone X that to put it through its paces trying to capture some high speed flat track action?

Serenity’s writeup takes you through the specifics, but for my money, the real nugget of gold in her review is the pulse-pounding video embedded in the main Loop post. Those are some great slo-mo shots.

Be sure to bump the resolution up to 1440 in the YouTube window for best results.

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09:43
How to master the iPhone X user interface

Since 2007, iPhone owners have been happily punching away at the Home button to do just about everything. It's what you use to wake up the iPhone, return to the home screen, ask Siri a question, activate Apple Pay, and even reset the phone if it's locked up. Well, that's all changed with the new iPhone X, which doesn't have a Home button. For those of you who have ordered an iPhone X and are waiting for it to show up, or if you're considering one of the sleek new phones, here's a quick look at the new gestures that are used to interact with the iPhone X user interface.

Wake up!

Remember all of those years where you woke up your iPhone by tapping on the screen? Well,  you can still do that with the iPhone X. Since the iPhone 6s, it's also been possible to wake an iPhone by just picking it up -- that's called "raise to wake". You can do that with the iPhone X, too. Another way to wake your iPhone X is to press that sleep/wake button on the side, just...

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09:39
Video shows 10-year-old unlocking mother's...




A video uploaded on Tuesday suggests that the Face ID system on Apple's iPhone X could be fooled not just by twins, but by any family member who bears enough resemblance.

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09:33
Report: Apple supplier says AR wearable to come to...

Nikkei is out today with a new report that one of Apple’s assemblers expects a “significant AR device” to launch by 2019. Similar to the news last week from another Apple supplier, today’s report doesn’t specifically name Apple, but expectations are starting to build for the company and a future AR device release even though Tim Cook has recently said “but today I can tell you the technology itself doesn’t exist to do that in a quality way.”

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09:26
iOS 11.2: Third beta adds faster wireless charging,...

Updated 11/14/17: The third iOS 11.2 beta is available to the public, and brings a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth toggle explanation and faster wireless charging.

iOS 11 is the biggest change to Apple’s mobile operating system in years. It’s so ambitious in scope that many of it’s promised features still haven’t shipped yet. iOS 11.1 mostly fixed bugs and brought us a bunch of new emoji, but iOS 11.2 is more substantial, with the addition of Apple Pay Cash. Hopefully, it will also introduce iMessage in iCloud.

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09:21
News: 10-year-old boy unlocks mom’s iPhone X with...

In the latest case of mistaken Face ID verification, a video showing a 10-year-old boy unlocking his mom’s iPhone X underscores previous reports that even non-identical family members may be able to access the devices, WIRED reports. While hackers using sophisticated 3D mapping to create elaborate masks might not be of much concern to the average iPhone X owner, knowing that a child could fool the device and scroll through their texts or order…

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09:12
Gamevice MFi controller for iPhone now supports DJI...




Gamevice, an Apple-authorized MFi game controller accessory for iPhone and iPad, has been updated to support a number of other devices, with users able to control the DJI Spark drone and the Sphero SPRK+ robot via the iOS companion apps using the peripheral instead of on-screen controls.

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09:11
5 Photo Retouching Apps for iPhone to Remove...

I have personally used all of these photo retouching apps at some point, so I can give my own insight into each one.


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09:07
Black Friday Mac Bundle, Featuring PDF Expert and...

We have a new Mac app deal called the Black Friday Mac Bundle. It has eight Mac apps, including: PDF Expert 2.2 for Mac, Roxio Toast 16 Titanium, Default Folder X 5, WALTR 2 for Mac, Flux, Stylizer 7, Art Text 3, and MacReviver. the bundle is $39, but Coupon Code GIFTSHOP15 gets you another 15% off, for a final price of $33.15. Considering that ODF Expert alone is $59, that’s a screaming deal.


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08:26
Foxconn profits plummet 39% following iPhone X...




Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn this week posted a 39 percent year-over-year decrease in net profit, losses that industry watchers attribute to the difficult-to-assemble iPhone X, which remains in limited supply.

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08:08
News: iOS 11.2 to bring 7.5W wireless charging to...

While the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X are currently limited to 5-watt wireless charging speeds, MacRumors reports the release of iOS 11.2 will boost that speed to 7.5 watts. The speed increase will require a charging pad capable of achieving those speeds, and not all are up to the challenge. A test showed that the Belkin wireless charger currently sold by Apple—which supports 7.5 watt charging—did charge an iPhone X running the iOS 11.2 beta…

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08:03
Future iPhones may include a laser-powered, 3D-...

If you’re already growing tired of iPhone X2 rumors, a new report sheds light on a new feature that’s due not for next year’s iPhone but the 2019 model. According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on bringing 3D-sensing to the rear camera to turn the iPhone into an augmented reality powerhouse.

iPhone X already features a snazzy selfie camera that creates a depth map of your face to use with Face ID and animoji. Called TrueDepth, it relies on sensors that project thousands of dots onto your face to learn and adapt to the unique geometry of your face. But Bloomberg reports that Apple is working on something much more advanced for the iPhone’s rear camera.

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07:44
News: Analyst predicts two OLED models, one LCD...

Well-connected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting a larger OLED iPhone and a bezel-less LCD iPhone will join a device similar to the iPhone X to round out Apple’s 2018 three-device offering, AppleInsider reports. Kuo expects Apple to release an updated 5.8” OLED iPhone with the same footprint and general appearance as the iPhone X alongside a 6.5” version that will likely serve as a sort of “iPhone X Plus.” But with…

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07:34
Mother shows how her iPhone X can be unlocked by her...

Face ID is undeniably more secure than Touch ID in a random sampling of population. Apple says the chance of a person unlocking your phone with Face ID is 1 in a million.

However, that probability can be considerably lower for siblings, twins and children under the age of 13. A new video from a mother highlights exactly these limitations; she finds her 10-year old son can reliably unlock her phone using his face. Video after the jump …

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Adobe today updated its new user experience prototyping solution, Adobe XD, adding several helpful new features. XD was first introduced in March 2016 as a beta product, and was formally released last month at Adobe MAX 2017.

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07:18
Rear Facing Camera May be Coming in 2019 iPhone

Apple’s 2019 iPhone models may include a rear facing 3D-sensing camera. Instead of facial scanning, however, the rear facing 3D sensing will be used for depth of field in photos and augmented reality.


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07:17
iOS 11.2 beta switches on quicker 7.5W wireless...




With iOS 11.2, still in beta, Apple has silently enabled promised 7.5-watt wireless Qi charging for the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X -- faster than the 5 watts the devices supported at launch.

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07:17
Apple Watch shipments in Q3 estimated at 3.9M units...




Apple has regained its position as the biggest producer of wearable devices in the world, analytics firm Canalys claims, with the release of the Apple Watch Series 3 and the cellular model said to help overtake Xiaomi in the third quarter, despite a small contraction in the marketplace.

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07:07
News: Report: Apple working on 3D sensors for 2019...

Apple is working on bringing a 3D sensor system to the iPhone’s rear camera as early as 2019, Bloomberg reports. People familiar with the plan said the sensors would likely be different than those that power the iPhone X’s TrueDepth sensor system in the front-facing camera, which powers Face ID and other features. Instead of using the structured light technique that projects thousands of laser dots onto the user’s face, the rear-facing…

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07:04
∞ Face ID on the Mac

Thoughts on the idea of Apple adding facial mapping and Face ID to your Mac. […]

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07:04
Tip for training Face ID

Yoni Heisler, BGR:

One of the great things about Face ID is that the data associated with your initial Face ID photo is always being updated to account for even subtle changes in your appearance. That being the case, there’s an incredibly simple way for iPhone X users to train Face ID to work flawlessly across all situations. So if you’ve been noticing that Face ID works great 99% of the time but seems to slip up if you hold up your phone at an angle or from a new distance, we’ve got a solution for you.

And:

The next time you try to unlock your iPhone X with Face ID and it doesn’t take, don’t try to unlock it with Face ID a second time. Instead, enter in your passcode. Doing so effectively tells Face ID to incorporate facial data from whatever new angle or position you happen to be holding your phone in. That being the case, the next time you attempt to unlock your phone from the same position, your phone will unlock immediately.

This is a terrific tip...

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07:01
Five ways Apple could improve iPhone X usability

Rene Ritchie, iMore:

I stand by my claim that iPhone X is the best damn product Apple has ever made but that doesn’t mean it can’t and shouldn’t get better. That includes how new features like Face ID, gesture navigation, Control Center access, and Lock screen buttons are currently implemented.

A solid list of ideas, all of them filed as feature request radars, with the radar numbers if you’d like to dupe them yourself.

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07:00
Former Apple engineering director launches RAW Power...

With the release of iOS 10, Apple harnessed the growing power and advancing optics of iPhones and iPads by introducing RAW image capture support. Users wishing to edit their RAW photos on iOS have been left with few options, however. Now, a former Apple engineering director is aiming to help professional and amateur iOS photographers alike with the release of a powerful new app for iPhone and iPad.

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06:54
∞ [VIDEO] Identical twins, Face ID, and that IR dot...

[VIDEO] Oliver Thomas has identical twins and an iPhone X. As you might expect, he made a video testing to see if one twin could unlock the iPhone X registered to the other twin.

The text went pretty much as you’d expect it to. But what I found really interesting was Oliver’s use of night mode in an old night-vision camcorder to capture the IR dot pattern put out by the iPhone X.

In the video, jump to about 30 seconds in and check out the spread of that pattern. It goes pretty wide, so much so that Oliver had to move one of the twins out of the spread to be sure he didn’t get a false positive.

The wide spread shows how far of a face detection reach the iPhone X has.

In addition, at that same place within the video, check out the pattern of the dots on the wall. They almost look like 5-pointed stars, rather than round dots. Is that just my imagination? Is there a shape to the dots beyond simple circles?

In the meantime, check the video for yourself...

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06:41
iPhone X: The Android Central review

Daniel Bader, Android Central:

Apple calls iPhone X the future of the smartphone, but after using it for a week — and coming from months of Android use — I can comfortably say that it’s a really great phone. In fact, it is the best iPhone to date, and I’ve had a tremendous time with it, but it doesn’t drastically change my opinion of the iPhone as a product, nor of iOS as an ecosystem.

That’s not to say Google and its hardware partners can’t stand to learn a few things from the iPhone X.

Let’s cut to the chase.

As you make your way through this review, keep in mind that this is written by the Managing Editor of Android Central. I found it to be objective, but clearly told from the view of an Android user. Keep that in mind, but do read the review.

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06:27
Apple clarifies what Control Center Wi-Fi, Bluetooth...

Enlarge / The control center has a new interface for adjusting brightness.

Unbeknownst to many, the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles in the Control Center in iOS 11 don't do what you expect. Rather than completely disabling those features, they only partially disable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. To clear up any confusion, Apple appears to have added explainer pop-up messages when either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi is toggled off, as first detailed in a report by MacRumors. The messages appear in the newest iOS 11.2 beta and they explain that both features will only be temporarily disabled when...

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06:12
Star Micronics announces Apple Certified AirPrint...

POS printer manufacturer Star Micronics has officially received certification for the first Apple AirPrint POS printer: the $376 Star TSP654II AirPrint. This company says it’s the first 80 and 58mm receipt and ticket POS printer on the market to be Apple AirPrint certified.

 AirPrint provides mobile printing solutions for Apple’s iPad, iPhone, iPod and MacBook users on any private network with the key objective to be able to wirelessly print via the customer’s network without installing specific printer drivers. With AirPrint support pre-installed on iOS devices, the user is able to connect to and print from the required printer.

 Star’s TSP654II boasts a 300mm/second print speed, 203 dpi print output, and a compact footprint. The printer can be used in vertical or horizontal mode and includes a wall mount bracket in the box as standard. Available in charcoal black or ultra white casing, the printer matches the Star...

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06:11
News: Apple releases third betas for iOS 11.2,...

Apple has released the third developer betas for iOS 11.2, watchOS 4.2, and tvOS 11.2. The iOS 11.2 beta is reportedly allowing users to wirelessly charge their iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X devices at 7.5-watt speeds instead of the previous 5-watt limit. The latest iOS 11.2 beta also provides a new explainer for how the Control Center’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles work. Tapping these no longer turns off the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth radios, but instead…

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06:06
The Apple Watch can accurately detect hypertension...

Sarah Buhr, TechCrunch:

A new study out from health startup Cardiogram and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) suggests wearables like the Apple Watch, Fitbit and others are able to accurately detect common but serious conditions like hypertension and sleep apnea.

And:

Sleep apnea affects an estimated 22 million adults in the U.S., with another 80 percent of cases of moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea undiagnosed, according to the American Sleep Apnea Association. This is a serious condition where the person affected stops breathing in their sleep and can lead to death.

The current process for diagnosing sleep apnea typically requires an overnight stay in a sleep center, where they connect an array of sensors to detect and track your sleeping and breathing patterns. Often, a breathing device is prescribed and fitted, with another overnight to verify that it is working correctly. Every element of this process is expensive, and (at...

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06:03
Mailspring is a new mail client for macOS High Sierra

Foundry376 has launched Mailspring, a desktop email client designed for macOS High Sierra. 

It sports features such as an unified inbox, snoozing, reminders, templates, offline search, and support for Gmail labels. It comes with six built-in themes. The app offers mail rules and customizable keyboard shortcuts.

Mailspring is free and supports all IMAP providers, including Gmail, Office 365 and iCloud. You can swipe to triage mail, see Quicklook thumbnails for attachments, and reply to emails directly from the Notification Center. Mailspring’s email sync has been built from the ground up to use macOS features like App Nap, ensuring it keeps your mailbox up to date without draining your battery, according to the folks at Foundry376.

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06:01
Apple prepping rear-facing 3D sensor for 2019 iPhone




To further its augmented reality plans, Apple is reportedly developing a rear-facing 3D sensor for a 2019 iPhone that would join the front-facing TrueDepth system that premiered with the iPhone X.

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: The Black Friday Mac Bundle,...

In today’s iLounge Deal, we’re offering a great package of Mac apps for only $39 in the The Black Friday Mac Bundle. With a almost $500 worth of software, this Black Friday steal is a Mac user’s dream, headlined by renowned apps such as PDF Expert and Roxio’s Toast Titanium — two apps that are $60 and $100 by themselves. For less than the price of either of these apps, you get both of them along with six more great apps,…

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05:55
iPhone X: How to Reset Face ID

The iPhone X’s Face ID feature is awesome! Unless it’s not. If you’re having trouble getting yours to work properly and consistently, you can try a reset. We’ll tell you how to do just that in today’s Quick Tip!


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