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Tuesday July 18

11:58
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.8.0 update for iPhone...




Adobe has updated its Lightroom app for iPhone and iPad, with changes to the brush selection tool, in-app camera fixes, and support for the latest digital cameras and lenses.

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11:51
Neonode’s AirBar gives your MacBook Air a touchscreen

Neonode has created the AirBar, a $99 device that adds touchscreen capabilities to a 13.3-inch MacBook Air. It’s a light weigh, brushed aluminum bar that magnetically attaches to the bottom of the laptop display and plugs in via USB to instantly activate touch and gesture capabilities, with no software installation or additional configuration required. 

The AirBar uses Neonode’s zForce AIR technology to emit an invisible light field over a display that senses touch from fingers, gloves and even a paintbrush. U.S. online retailers for the range include Amazon, BestBuy, Staples, and Evine.com. In-store retailers include Fry’s Electronics, and selected Apple Authorized Resellers nationally.

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11:30
Back in stock! Apple AirPods ready to ship for...




Back in stock! Shoppers can order Apple AirPods from AT&T Wireless for delivery in two to five business days depending on the shipping method selected, beating Apple's reported 6-week wait.

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11:29
Mesh networking addition to Bluetooth LE revealed,...




The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has updated the specification for the wireless communications technology, with the introduction of mesh networking allowing Bluetooth LE devices to more easily communicate with each other, potentially helping home automation platforms such as Apple's HomeKit as well as larger scale networks.

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11:24
Logic Pro X update adds Drummers, new Alchemy...

Apple has hit us with another nice update for Logic Pro X, its flagship music production software. The $200 app has received a nice stream of updates this year largely focused on its powerhouse Alchemy software instrument, automatic built-in Drummer app and the usual bug fixes. This morning Apple dropped another batch of enhancements for those features and more. Head below for the highlights: more…

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11:21
Snapchat Adds 2 New Features: Tint Brush and Multi-...

The new Snapchat features seem to bring it more in line with apps like Clips, and take it a step away from the instant gratification that originally made Snapchat explode in popularity.


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11:20
iPhone 8 renders show rumored design according to...

Forbes has published new renders claiming to show the design of the iPhone 8 based on case maker information. While leaks based on case makers don’t always pan out, these iPhone 8 renders look much like what we’ve previously seen.

more…

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11:19
Apple Pay expands to 27 new U.S. institutions, adds...

Apple Pay today has expanded to 27 new banks and credit unions in the U.S. International additions include AIB in Ireland, American Express in Italy, and bank Round, Beeline Card, Credit Union, Kykyryza, and Promsvyazbank in Russia. New Chinese entries include Guilin Bank, Hunan Rural Credit Cooperative, JinCheng Bank, Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, Sichuan Rural Credit Union, SiChuan TianFu Bank, and Yibin City Commercial Bank.

You can view the full list of banks and credit unions that support Apple’s mobile payment service on Apple’s website. Apple Pay is currently available in 15 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and U.S.

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11:15
Apple Music Releases Trailer for ‘Kygo: Stole the...

Apple Music just pushed out a trailer for Kygo: Stole the Show, a documentary on the life and career of DJ/musician Kygo. If you’re not familiar with Kygo, ask your kids, but the short version is that he’s enormously possible. This documentary is another original movie from Apple Music, and it culminates with a huge show in 2016 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.


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11:05
10th Anniversary iPhone Buzz: Late, Expensive,...


With September fast approaching, speculation has begun to roil about the next generation of iPhones, particularly the iPhone 8, or whatever Apple decides to name its special 10th anniversary edition of its smartphone. However, fans aching to get their hands on the iPhone 8 may have to ache longer than those upgrading to the expected new iPhone 7s and 7s Plus models. The iPhone 8 won't ship until the November-December time frame, according to a new report, and even then it will be available only in low numbers.

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10:55
UBS sees $900 'iPhone 8' growing Apple...




Apple's flagship OLED "iPhone 8" could help push shares of the company as high as $170, investment firm UBS believes, issuing a note to investors on Tuesday saying that 2018 earnings per share will likely exceed market consensus expectations.

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10:36
Australia’s Anti-encryption Push, Macstock 2017...

John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to discuss Australia’s push for encryption back doors, plus the look back at this year’s Macstock conference.


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10:30
Mac: Woolnut MacBook Leather Sleeve

If you’re looking to carry your MacBook around in style, you’ll want to check out the new MacBook Leather Sleeves from Swedish brand Woolnut. These new luxurious cases feature full-grain vegetable-tanned leather on the exterior with an interior lining made from 100% natural wool felt. The sleeves are available in black or cognac leather colors, both of which feature a light natural grey wool felt interior.

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10:29
New 'iPhone 8' renders based on case...




While case manufacturers do not typically have inside knowledge on Apple's future product plans, a CAD file obtained from one case maker shows what the company expects the "iPhone 8" to look like, including a larger power/lock button and no rear Touch ID.

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10:20
Apple's Risky Balancing Act With the Next iPhone

Long time columnist Jason Snell: As there always are at this time of year, there are lots of rumors out there about what the next iPhone will be. This year we're hearing that Apple is going to release a high-priced, next-generation phone in addition to the expected iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus models. [...] By most accounts, Apple's next-generation iPhone will offer a similar design. But also, by many accounts, Apple is struggling to create that product -- and when it arrives, it may be expensive, late to ship, and supply constrained. This is one of those areas where Apple may be the victim of its own success. The iPhone is so popular a product that Apple can't include any technology or source any part if it can't be made more than 200 million times a year. If the supplier of a cutting-edge part Apple wants can only provide the company with 50 million per year, it simply can't be used in the iPhone. Apple sells too many, too fast. Contrast that to Apple's competition. On the...

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10:06
Apple Pay expands to 27 new US banks, plus new...




Apple on Tuesday added 27 U.S. banks and credit unions to the Apple Pay roster, while simultaneously bringing the platform to more options in China, Italy, Ireland, and Russia.

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09:47
Snapchat update adds Multi-Snap 10-second clips,...

The latest update to Snapchat coming today brings two new features: Multi-Snap and Tint Brush. Multi-Snap lets you create up to a minute of video now by separately recording up to 10 seconds at a time, and Tint Brush is a new color editing feature for selecting and editing a specific part of a photo.

more…

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13″ MacBook Air $199 off,...

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

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09:21
Bluetooth LE adds mesh networking to improve home/...

Bluetooth is adding support for a new mesh networking specification that will improve Bluetooth LE devices across various categories, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced in a briefing with press today.

more…

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09:07
The Flawed Logic in Not Upgrading Technology

The new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro are pretty impressive, but Ashraf Eassa at The Motley Fool thinks upgrading to one is a bad idea. His reasoning: an even better model will come out next year. Of course there’s a new model coming and it’ll have new and better features. But his logic is the reason why people hobble along with computers, tablets, and phones that don’t meet their needs for far too long.


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09:01
∞ SR-71 Blackbird speed check

I’ve read about this story for years but hearing it from the pilot’s mouth is prety cool.

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09:01
Lightroom for iOS gains Brush Selection tool w/ 3D...

Adobe is out with a new version of Photoshop Lightroom for iPhone and iPad that brings a new Brush Selection tool and much more. Lightroom’s new Brush Selection tool supports pressure sensitive input on iPhones with 3D Touch and iPad Pros with Apple Pencil.

more…

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08:53
UK's mobile-only Starling Bank adds Apple Pay...




Customers of the U.K.'s Starling Bank can now add their debit cards to Apple Pay -- potentially before they even receive their plastic cards in the mail.

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08:52
RoboForm Everywhere 1-Year Subscription: $29.99

We have a deal on cloud-based, password manager RoboForm Everywhere. It works across Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. A 1-year subscription is $29.99.


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08:49
Apple Pay expands to more banks across the US, UK,...

New banks and credit unions across the United States, Italy, Russia, the UK, and China have joined Apple’s list of participating partners since the last refresh earlier this month. Check out the latest Apple Pay banks below:

more…

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08:32
Smuggler busted with 102 Apple iPhones by Shenzhen,...




A woman has been arrested in mainland China for smuggling 42 pounds of contraband into the country from Hong Kong, including 102 iPhones and fifteen high-end watches.

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08:28
Custom fit earphones: Audio nirvana or a waste of...

I’ve had a few sets of custom fit earphones and have loved (and sadly, lost) them.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:23
Apple allows developers to assign Customer Support...

Now you can give the customer support experts in your organization the ability to respond to customer reviews on the App Store with the new Customer Support role in iTunes Connect. Users with the Admin or Customer Support role have the ability to respond to customer reviews.

Great idea.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:13
Amazon poised to enter the meal kits market

Part of the problem has been the price, but with Amazon coming on the scene, that could change. The online retailer is known for offering low prices. Once the Whole Foods deal goes through, it’ll have a strong grocery backbone to plant a stake. Throw in a well-established logistics and delivery systems and Amazon is poised to be a real meal-kits player.

I don’t know how a company like Blue Apron can compete with Amazon. The article is right though, price has been a deterrent in making meal kits even more successful. With Amazon entering the market, that could be fixed very quickly.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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08:03
UK's digital-only Starling Bank offers Apple...

Starling Bank is a "fintech business with a banking licence" in the UK, that operates as a mobile-only bank with no brick-and-mortar facilities. Today, Starling Bank announced that it's not only providing its customers with Apple Pay, but that it will provide "in-app provisioning" so that customers can begin to use their contactless payments even before receiving a physical MasterCard Debit Card.

The bank will also allow customers to spend more than the £30 transaction limit made on other UK Apple Pay accounts, and those customers benefit from the security and privacy built into Apple Pay. 

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07:57
∞ When you want to play solos like Slash but your...

[VIDEO] This is amazing. Click through to the main Loop post for the video.

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07:55
Mini-review: Compulocks Ledge brings back security...

One of the many slots in MacBooks that has disappeared over the years is the security slot. For anyone who doesn’t remember these from the pre-Retina machines, this was a small horizontal slot into which you could insert a T-shaped security lock attached to a cable.

You ran the cable around something solid like a desk leg, fed it back through a loop and then inserted the lock into the slot on your Mac. Locking it would twist the T-shaped element 90 degrees, securing it in place.

It wasn’t the highest security in the world – cable locks can be easily snipped with hand croppers – but it protected against opportunist snatch thieves in places like libraries and coffee shops. As of the Retina MacBook Pro, however, Apple removed the slot …

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07:54
A closer look at the iPhone 8’s facial recognition...

Yoni Heisler, BGR:

While Apple tends to keep upcoming technologies and features under lock and key, its upcoming facial recognition software will likely be based on technology it acquired when it purchased an Israeli machine learning company called Realface earlier this year. Consequently, a close examination of Realface’s cutting edge technology can provide us with a number of significant clues as to what we can expect out of the highly anticipated iPhone 8.

And:

The company also claims that its software can recognize faces with an impressive 99.67% success rate, a figure which is actually higher than the 97.5% success rate most humans are capable of when it comes to recognizing faces.

And:

Realface’s technology is said to be so sophisticated that it can filter out photos, videos and even sculptures designed with the express purpose of tricking the software.

Fascinating tech.

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07:53
The problem with abandoned apps

Interesting piece on the issues with the way Apple manages apps. For me, there are all kinds of annoyances, minor and major, with the way Apple manages (often poorly) apps on iOS.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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07:53
Google resurrects Glass for enterprise as new AR...




Google appears to have ditched the concept of Google Glass as fashion accessory in its latest industry-focused revision to the augmented reality product, and a new headset called the Mira Prism will allow users to snap in an iPhone 7 to reflect the screen into the user's field of vision.

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07:52
AWT TV Episode 15: July 17, 2017

Last night, Steve and Marty were back for another hour of fun video on AWT TV. We had a few fun topics to discuss: analysts panicking about Apple (and of course they're saying that Apple is panicking, not them...), iPhone 8 facial recognition vs. Touch ID, burn-in with OLED screens, Qualcomm's CEO saying that he thinks that things will be settled out of court in the company's battle with Apple, Apple's issues with iMessage sticker packs, maybe having remote support of iOS devices, and an original Gary Katz fidget spinner.

Marty demonstrates two great utilities for iOS called System Status and Net Analyzer, which can tell you EVERYTHING about your iOS device. The apps are $2.99 and $3.99 respectively but can be purchases as a $5.99 bundle. 

Steve does a quick video review of the newest version of Studio Neat's Glif, which is a tripod mount for iPhones that has gone...

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07:51
∞ Android Auto vs Apple CarPlay

This is painful to watch. It’s even more painful to say that this is a typical experience for me using Siri.

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07:50
Apple’s risky balancing act with the next iPhone

Jason Snell, Macworld:

This is one of those areas where Apple may be the victim of its own success. The iPhone is so popular a product that Apple can’t include any technology or source any part if it can’t be made more than 200 million times a year. If the supplier of a cutting-edge part Apple wants can only provide the company with 50 million per year, it simply can’t be used in the iPhone. Apple sells too many, too fast.

And:

Most cutting-edge technologies are going to cost more and initially be available in limited quantities, unless Apple makes huge investments in equipment and manufacturing and corners the world’s supply of those parts, which it has done on more than one occasion.

Apple’s has to balance discriminators against practicality, bleeding edge tech that can help the latest iPhone stand above existing phones against the problems that come trying to buy that bleeding edge tech in adequate and reliable quantities.

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07:48
Australia’s Attorney General Thinks He can Convince...

Australia’s Attorney General is meeting with Apple this week thinking he can convince the company to give his government a back door into our encrypted data.


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07:32
Popular iPhone messaging app WhatsApp newly crippled...




Facebook's last remaining tentpole product in China -- WhatsApp -- has reportedly been severely crippled by changes to China's internet filters, often known as the "Great Firewall."

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07:14
News: Samsung to produce processors for Apple’s 2018...

While the speculation swirling around this year’s iPhones is still at a fever pitch, Samsung already has its sights set on the 2018 model, with The Korea Herald reporting the company has purchased specialized equipment to produce seven-nanometer processors for Apple. Samsung is the sole provider of the iPhone 8’s OLED display and was a major chip maker for Apple as well until TSMC adopted the seven-nanometer process before its rivals.…

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07:06
Analyst tells other pundits to 'quit worrying...




A new analyst's report is calling for calm, and pointing out that devout Apple fans will likely wait for the "iPhone 8" rather than jump ship to another device by Apple or another vendor entirely.

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07:01
Apple’s long history of rejecting ‘objectionable...

Louise Matsakis, Motherboard:

The App Store is the most successful guarded ecosystem in the history of the internet. For nearly a decade, Apple has undertaken a remarkable task—keeping an enormous software marketplace free from spam, malware, and risks to user security. And for the most part, it has been good at the job.

But at the same time, Apple has repeatedly rejected apps and refused to clarify its decisions to developers and users. While it’s also frequently corrected its mistakes, rejections like Metadata’s show that Apple is not afraid to wield its power without explaining itself.

The company has effectively dictated what kind of content should live on the devices we carry around with us everywhere, and stare at for hours each day. By controlling what’s allowed in its App Store, Apple has shaped how iPhone, iPad, and Mac users experience the internet.

The article includes a small handful of examples to make its point. As you read this, keep in...

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06:52
News: Qualcomm CEO floats idea of out-of-court...

Despite a heated on-going court battle over patents and intellectual property, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf still sees the potential for an out-of-court resolution to the dispute with Apple, Fortune reports. Mollenkopf compared the case to others the company has fought over the years with other tech giants. “There’s not really anything new going on,” Mollenkopf said during the Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen. “Those things…

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06:45
Tim Cook is Silicon Valley’s ‘most imaginative’ CEO...

CNBC:

Silicon Valley’s most powerful imagination belongs to a very powerful CEO.

That’s according to recent data from job search firm Paysa, which used IBM’s supercomputer Watson to determine that Apple CEO Tim Cook is the tech industry’s “most imaginative” leader. Cook is followed by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Oracle’s Larry Ellison and Cisco’s Chuck Robbins.

How they reached this conclusion:

To arrive at these results, Paysa fed “speeches, essays, books, the transcripts of interviews and other forms of communication produced by those highlighted above”— over 2,500 words — through the Watson Personality Insights API.

And here’s a link to IBM’s official Personality Insights API portal, if you want to play with this a bit yourself.

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06:40
iPhone as a subscription service, Apple as a hit...

Benedict Evans, on iPhone as a subscription service:

One can certainly argue that selling smartphones is a subscription business, and though Google does not itself sell phones (to any significant degree), Apple certainly does. You pay an average of $700 or so every two years (i.e. $30/month) and Apple gives you a phone. Buy an Android instead and you lose access to the (hypothetical) great Apple television service.

On the idea of buying Netflix:

From a pure M&A perspective, buying Netflix and immediately limiting its business to Apple devices would halve its value – why buy a business and fire half the customers? Buying it without such a restriction would have no strategic value – Apple would just be buying marketing and revenue. But as Amazon has shown, you don’t have to buy Netflix – they’re not the only people who can buy and commission great TV shows.

And on Apple taking on the business of producing hit shows to enhance its content:

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06:38
$99 augmented reality headset for the iPhone 7...

We’ve been seeing some impressive augmented reality apps of late, but if holding your phone out in front of you feels a bit too artificial, an LA-based startup has an affordable alternative.

The Mira Prism is a $99 headset with a slot for an iPhone 7. Instead of the Google Cardboard approach of having the screen face you, it instead faces the inside of the visor. You then see the augmented elements reflected on the plastic in front of you, and the real world through the glasses …

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06:19
Samsung rumored to resume making iPhone chips for...




Samsung has reportedly secured a deal to resume making A-series processors for Apple in 2018, having been largely cut out of production for the past few years.

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06:00
DiamondClean Smart is a new ‘smart' toothbrush...

Philips Sonicare has launched the DiamondClean Smart. This new toothbrush provides “a complete oral care solution for a healthier mouth by removing up to 10 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush, while improving gum health up to seven times in just two weeks,” says Alexander Harris, senior marketing director, Philips Oral Healthcare.

DiamondClean Smart features include high performance brush heads, personalized coaching and guidance from smart sensor technology. It not only helps users achieve personalized oral health goals – from plaque removal and gum health, to stain removal and fresh breath – but by connecting to the Philips Sonicare app for iOS devices, it provides users with real-time feedback and personalized coaching on their brushing routines, says Harris. The Philips...

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: Gravity X Car Mount

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can pick up the Gravity X Car Mount for only $19.99 — that’s 33% off the regular price. This revolutionary mount secures your iPhone in just seconds, locking into any gap on the car’s dash or on the plastic trim. The weight of the iPhone is used to lock it securely in place with one hand, so it’s easy to operate and safe to use while driving. Get the Gravity X Car Mount now for only $19.99...

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05:59
Chinese smuggler caught with 102 iPhones strapped to...

A woman has been caught by customs officials with 102 iPhones strapped to her body as she attempted to smuggle them from Hong Kong into mainland China. Surprisingly, she didn’t break the record …

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05:47
iMazing Mini for macOS lets you backup iOS devices...

DigiDNA has introduced iMazing Mini, a free macOS utility designed to automatically backup iOS devices over any local Wi-Fi network. 

The app provides the ability to backup your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch whenever the device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Mac. Backups can be encrypted for security, and the incremental nature of the backups allows restoring a specific version of the backup.

iMazing Mini requires macOS 10.8 or higher and is available exclusively through the iMazing website. A Windows version is in the works.

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05:33
macOS: Troubleshooting Incorrectly Addressed Emails

If emails that you send to someone seem to be going to the wrong person (at least, according to Apple Mail), we’re here to help you troubleshoot that. The problem could be in your Contacts program. The problem could be in Mail. Let’s sort it all out!


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05:30
New ClimateCase protects smartphones from...

The $34.99 ClimateCase has been launched to provide protection for smartphones from overheating and freezing. Its multi-layered neoprene insulation provides thermal protection for smartphones. 

The patented pending technology will prevent any smartphone from overheating in extremely hot conditions and from freezing in extremely cold conditions, sayks ClimateCase’s CEO Lisa Lambert. Simply place the cell phone inside a refrigerator-cooled or microwave-warmed ClimateCase before encountering extremely hot or cold weather.  Or if a phone suddenly stops working, ClimateCase can quickly restore it to its optimal temperature in less than 60 seconds, says Lambert. 

ClimateCase also protects smartphones against accidental drops. It’s machine washable and fits most cell phone brands and models and is available in charcoal, pink, orange, camouflage and floral.

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05:15
YouTuber demonstrates how to upgrade base-model 5K...

If you’re looking to upgrade your new iMac, this is for you.

YouTuber Quinn Nelson, also known as “SnazzyQ”, upgrades his $1,799 base-model Mid-2017 5K iMac into a machine that performs better in many respects than Apple’s most expensive iMac configuration, which comes to $5,299 before tax.

While this WILL void your warranty, there’s something to be said for it. Granted upgrading the CPU involves removing the display, removing the speakers, logic board, and more. Still, once the computer has been stripped down, CPU installation is literally just a matter of swapping out the old CPU with the new one.

Quinn states that his build took several weeks in all, but most of that time involved waiting on parts and planning out his video,. The actual work that he put in only amounted to an hour or so, but it obviously took a lot of research and planning beforehand.

Per Quinn:

The easiest part of his upgrade was the 64 GB of RAM. Thankfully, Apple threw...

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05:12
CarPlay, iOS devices may soon tell when you exit...

Future implementations of Apple’s CarPlay and/or iOS devices may be able to tell when you’re driving your car and when exit your car and perform appropriate functions once it detects you’re no longer driving. Compatible with the 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.

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,712,977) for “determining exit from a vehicle.” In the patent filing, Apple notes that mobile devices today can provide various functionality in response to a user request. For example, a user can request to see a navigation map or provide other user input to switch among user interfaces, or otherwise obtained desired functionality. However, users have to provide input to get the desired functionality. 

Apple says what’s needed are methods and mobile devices...

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05:00
Rumor: Apple’s suppliers may not reach mass-...

Apple may not start mass production of its next-gen iPhone for a bit.

According to the Economic Daily News, the typical production schedule for the iPhone lineup is not happening this year.

The report says that the new 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch phones are expected to ramp up in August, a month behind the normal new iPhone production timelines. Moreover, the OLED 5.8-inch iPhone (with bezel-less screen and all-new chassis design) may not be available until November.

The report states that Foxconn has secured the lion’s share of orders for the upcoming OLED model, which will feature almost no bezel yet pack a 5.8-inch screen into the same physical size as the current 4.7-inch iPhone 7.

Pegatron wil assemble most of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7s devices and a small number of the ‘iPhone 8’ devices (tentative naming), whilst Wistron will mainly focus on making the 5.5-inch 7s model.

Current reports have stated that the output at both Pegatron and Foxconn have...

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05:00
macOS, Mac apps only account for 0.3% of common...

Here’s a good reason to keep on using a Mac — or switch if you’re not currently a Mac user. macOS and macOS apps only account for 0.3% of computer repair issues in 2017, as compiled by the RESCUECOM computer repair company.

The most common computer repair issues in 2017 rank as follows: Windows OS (33.9%) ; Windows application (22.7%); virus/spyware/malware/pop-up ads (10.5%); email trouble (6.6%); running slow (6.2%); printer issues (6.1%); data recovery (4.4%); Internet connectivity (4.3%); computer fails to boot (3.5%); hardware problems (0.6%); user caused (0.6%); phone problems (0.3%); Mac applications (0.2%); and macOS (0.1%).

“Windows apps are the biggest problem this year due to buggy Windows 10 updates,” says RESCUECOM. “While Microsoft fixes the errors, they still cause problems and frustration. Fortunately, Microsoft allows you to easily uninstall any problematic Windows updates on your PC.”

Mac...

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04:59
Apple announces new customer support role in iTunes...

Apple has announced — via its Developer web portal  — a new iTunes Connect feature that allows developer customer support teams to respond to submitted App Store reviews. iTunes Connect is a suite of web-based tools for managing content sold on iTunes, the iBooks Store, and the various app stores. 

Users with the Admin or Customer Support role have the ability to respond to customer reviews. Apple says that developer custom support teams’ admins may choose to assign only this role to users, or assign this role in combination with other roles. 

Users who have been assigned only the Customer Support role can access Resources and Help, Users and Roles, and My apps in iTunes Connect. When they click on an app in My Apps, they’ll go straight to Ratings and Reviews where they can respond to customer reviews.

To ensure a smooth introduction to this new role, all users with the App Manager and...

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04:41
Internet Archive backup of SoundCloud underway as...

Internet Archive, a group of volunteers aiming to preserve websites and services considered at risk of closure, has announced that it is beginning a partial backup copy of SoundCloud as of today …

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04:30
How to create a secure disk image in macOS Sierra

You can use the Disk Utility in macOS Sierra to create a secure disk image for confidential documents that you don’t want others to see without your permission, you can put them in an encrypted disk image. Here’s how:

  • Choose File > New Image > Blank Image.
  • Enter a file name for the disk image, add tags if necessary, then choose where to save it. This is the name that appears in the Finder, where you save the disk image file before opening it.
  • In the Name field, enter the name for the disk image. This is the name that appears on your desktop and in the Finder sidebar, after you open the disk image.
  • In the Size field, enter a size for the disk image.
  • Click the Format pop-up menu, then choose the format for the disk: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) or Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled)
  • Click the Encryption pop-up menu, then choose an encryption option.
  • Enter and re-enter a password to unlock the disk image, then...
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04:11
Samsung to resume making iPhone A-series chips from...

A report out of Korea says that Samsung – dropped by Apple as a supplier for iPhone processor chips last year – will once more share production with TSMC from next year.

Apple used to split its A-series chip production between Samsung and TSMC, until switching exclusively to the Taiwanese company for the iPhone 7. TSMC kept its exclusive contract for the upcoming iPhone 8, but Samsung has reportedly succeeded in winning orders for the 2018 iPhone thanks to two factors …

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04:00
Dribbin' around with Arcade Hoops Basketball on...

By Frank Petrie

Arcade Hoops Basketball from Skyworks Interactive has been bouncing around on iOS devices for awhile. And no wonder: it’s a fine game. 

As the name implies, this iApp mimics the basketball machine that you'll find in any arcade. You have a choice of two games: Classic and Progressive. Both keep lists of high scores.

The Classic is shooting at a stationary hoop. The Progressive is where the hoop moves towards you and away from you.

The graphics are very good. And I really enjoy the game's default soundtrack. It goes right on by the cliched music used in sports games. There's three soundtracks to choose from and sound effects that you turn on or mute.

For the price (free! — but with in-app purchases), Arcade Hoops Basketball is quite impressive. And like all good iApp games, addictive. Well, worth your time and...

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03:30
Court upholds nondisclosure rules and national...

A U.S. federal appeals court has upheld nondisclosure rules that allow the FBI to secretly issue surveillance orders for customer data to communications firms and companies such as Apple, reports Reuters.

On Monday a unanimous three-judge panel on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco sided with a lower court ruling in finding that rules permitting the FBI to send national security letters under gag orders are appropriate and don’t violate the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution's free speech protections. It’s uncertain how this will eventually affect Apple, which prohibits third parties from allowing its user data to be used for surveillance purposes.

Andrew Crocker, an attorney for the...

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01:41
Samsung will mine scrapped Note 7s for parts and...

Samsung will kick off its Galaxy Note 7 recycling efforts this month and expects to recover 157 tons of rare metals from the controversial device. The phone's fiery history is pretty hard to forget, but to refresh your memory, Samsung had to pull it...

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01:00
Tech Hunters: Looking back at Nintendo's failed...

Long before the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, Nintendo was experimenting with a VR headset of it own. At first glance, the black-and-red Virtual Boy looked every bit as capable as the virtual reality headsets that were popular in the 90s, promising acces...

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Monday July 17

23:37
'Wolfenstein 2' and 'Evil Within 2...

You'd be forgiven for thinking that most of the games getting 4K support on Xbox One X will come from either Microsoft itself or Ubisoft, but there will definitely be some high-profile releases in the mix beyond what's been mentioned so far. The offi...

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21:31
MelodyVR's music app will have songs from the...

When MelodyVR finally launches its virtual reality platform for music, it'll have experiences to offer from all three major record labels. After signing up both Warner and Universal Music within the past few months, it has now forged (PDF) a worldwid...

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20:27
‘Windjammers’ brings 16-bit frisbee duelling to PS4...

You'd be excused if all of Sony's tentpole game announcements during the PlayStation Experience show last December blinded you to the best news of all: The 16-bit deep cut Windjammers would get ported to current systems. But the time for excuses has...

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19:38
SoundCloud explores underground music scenes in a...

SoundCloud isn't done exploring new avenues just because it's facing tough times. The streaming audio service is partnering with The Fader on a documentary miniseries, SoundCloud Next Wave, that spotlights underground music scenes in six cities rang...

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18:49
Google Fiber’s CEO steps down after five months

Five months after Google announced it was shaking up Fiber and putting broadband veteran George McCray in charge of the division overseeing it, McCray has stepped down. The company is seeking a replacement but hasn't named anyone.

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18:20
Developer customer support teams can now respond to...




Apple on Monday announced a new iTunes Connect feature that allows developer customer support teams to respond to submitted App Store reviews.

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18:00
Apple details new ‘Customer Support’ role in iTunes...

In a post on its official developer blog, Apple this evening outlined a new Customer Support role that is now available on iTunes Connect. This addition, Apple says, is useful for developers who may want to hire someone dedicated to customer support and responding to questions, comments, and concerns left in App Store reviews…

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17:58
Comcast tells the FCC that net neutrality should be...

Last week, thousands of companies and organizations stood up for net neutrality during the Day of Action and as the first round of comments on the FCC's plan to severely cut back protective regulations wraps up, over 8.4 million comments have been fi...

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17:39
Qualcomm CEO says dispute with Apple about IP...




Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf in an interview on Monday provided additional background on the company's ongoing legal battle with Apple, saying he believes intellectual property pricing and contract obligations are its core. He seemed optimistic, however, that the fight will end in an out of court settlement.

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17:39
YouTuber upgrades base-model 5K iMac with seventh-...

iMacs can’t be upgraded, right? Tell that to YouTuber Quinn Nelson, better known around the Interwebs as SnazzyQ. Nelson performed some intense surgery on his less than-a-few-weeks-old, $1,799 base-model Mid 2017 5K iMac. The result? He came away with a machine that performs better in some respects than the most expensive ($5,299 before tax) iMac you can currently buy. more…

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17:17
What's on TV: 'Rogue One' on Netflix...

This week's big Netflix addition isn't an original, instead it's the first Star Wars flick licensed under its 2012 arrangement with Disney. Tomorrow morning Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be available to subscribers in the US, while Last Chance U...

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17:10
As legal battle drags on, Qualcomm CEO now says he...

Apple and Qualcomm are currently engaged in a high-profile legal battle that’s done nothing but escalate since the beginning. In a new interview with Fortune, however, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf seems to be changing the company’s tone, saying he now expects an out of court settlement…

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16:52
SharkLinux OS Is Destined for Success


SharkLinux OS is one of those very rare newcomer distributions that has "Future Big Winner" written all over it. Over my many years of reviewing Linux software and distros for Linux Picks and Pans, I have found that the story of what spurred the developer to create the distro often showcases the driving power that enables open source software. That is the case with SharkLinux OS, which has an interesting back story -- a tale of innovation and ingenuity. SharkLinux OS delivers a good performance early in its development cycle.

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16:49
How to backup, wipe and restore your Mac before...




Planning to sell your Mac? AppleInsider covers the step-by-step process of backing up your files, wiping the hard drive and restoring everything on a new machine in this video.

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16:48
Apple’s Risky Balancing Act With the Next iPhone

Jason Snell, in a terrific column for Macworld:

This is one of those areas where Apple may be the victim of its
own success. The iPhone is so popular a product that Apple can’t
include any technology or source any part if it can’t be made more
than 200 million times a year. If the supplier of a cutting-edge
part Apple wants can only provide the company with 50 million per
year, it simply can’t be used in the iPhone. Apple sells too many,
too fast.

Contrast that to Apple’s competition. On the smaller end, former
Android chief Andy Rubin announced the Essential phone, but even
Rubin admitted that he’d only be able to sell in thousands, not
millions. Same for the RED Hydrogen One — groundbreaking phone,
hardly...

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16:45
EFF on Net Neutrality

“ISPs have incentives to shape Internet traffic and the FCC knows full well of instances where consumers have been harmed. AT&T blocked data sent by Apple’s FaceTime software, Comcast has interfered with Internet traffic generated by certain applications, and ISPs have rerouted users’ web searches to websites they didn’t request or expect,” said EFF Senior Staff Attorney Mitch Stoltz. “These are just some examples of ISPs controlling our Internet experience. Users pay them to connect to the Internet, not decide for them what they can see and do there.”

The FCC can’t seriously do this.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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16:20
Poll suggests most Americans don't like how...

Do you think President Trump's penchant for Twitter diatribes is doing more harm than good? You're not alone... in fact, you might be in the majority. ABC News and the Washington Post have conducted a national poll suggesting that 67 of Americans d...

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16:15
1Password version 6.8 for iOS auto-copies one-time...

AgileBits has released the latest version of 1Password for iOS, and it includes a new feature that will serve as a major convenience for anyone who uses the app to manage two-factor one-time passwords. As of version 6.8, which AgileBits has codenamed ‘The Picnic Edition’, one-time passwords will now auto-copy to the clipboard whenever you use auto-fill. more…

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15:44
Google wants to sell quantum computing in the cloud

Whether or not you believe Google has honest-to-goodness quantum computers, the bigger problem is their limited access: they're largely off-limits outside of the company itself. That could change sooner than you think, though. Bloomberg sources under...

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15:17
'It' director Andy Muschietti signs on for...

More than 30 years after the original series debuted on television, the classic Mecha anime Robotech will once again grace the silver screen. Sony announced on Monday that it had tapped Andy Muschietti, who just finished directing the reboot of Steph...

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14:45
Emojipedia founder talks the past, present and...

We've been a little surprised by the outpouring of enthusiasm for World Emoji Day so far: Apple released a sneak peeks of its new emoji designs, Google signaled the end of its blobs, and the Empire State Building will be lit up in yellow to mark the...

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14:40
TMO Background Mode Interview with the CTO of It’s...

Joe Moreno is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former U.S. Marine officer, a former Apple software engineer for nine years, and is now the Chief Technical Officer of ItsBorrowed.com. In high school, influenced by his father, Joe decided to join the Marines. He was also very much into computers and became a Marine programmer, working on production systems. Later, after the academy, he became a supply & logistics officer, and his skills caught the attention of Apple in 1998. He was virtually hired on the spot at a career fair for military officers. We spent some time chatting about Apple’s recent history and his work with databases, WebObjects, Unix and Apple’s online store. Listen in to hear us chat about iPhone ordering tricks from the Apple store during the annual September chaos.


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14:22
This little delivery robot is carrying a belly full...

If you thought that food-delivery robots originated in futuristic, 'bot-obsessed Japan, you'd be wrong. In fact, delivery robots showed up in San Francisco, London and Los Angeles first. Now, however, cute little red sushi-delivery 'bots from ZMP are...

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14:19
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 17...

Notable software releases this week include Aeon Timeline 2.2.5, KeyCue 8.5, PopChar X 8.1, and Fantastical 2.4.

 

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14:19
ExtraBITS for 17 July 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, Andy Ihnatko ponders a world overly reliant on technology, the Apple Store introduces interactive HomeKit demos, and a report claims that Siri usage is declining.

 

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14:17
iOS 11: How to easily free up storage space on...

iOS 11 has new recommendations for managing storage that are quick and easy to use. Follow along after the jump to check out this new feature.

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14:01
External Link: Connected Condiments: When Will It...

Andy Ihnatko is letting off steam as only he can, with an extended analogy about how he was just trying to make a ham-and-cheese sandwich but got distracted by an Internet-related error with the mustard. It’s silly, of course, but his larger point is that we’ve created a world built on so many dependencies that it’s amazing that anything works at all. We’ve all been there; the question is how we get back.

 

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14:00
AWT News Update: July 17, 2017

It's Monday, and here are our top stories for this afternoon:

  • Apple is sending mixed messages to developers of iMessage sticker packs
  • Several hospitals in the US are using iPads to give patients insights into their condition
  • olloclip and Incase team up for the new limited-edition Flimer's Kit, which includes lenses and a video grip mount.

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14:00
In a fragmented VR market, one company wants to...

Virtual reality is a mainstream phenomenon these days, with major headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive now increasingly in consumer hands. There's even a flourishing market in the lower-end, with Samsung's Gear VR and Google's DayDream lead...

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13:44
DC security robot says everything is fine, throws...

Don't read too much into this, but a security robot face-planted into an indoor fountain inside of a Washington, DC office building today. It's a coincidence, we're sure, but maybe this robot just knows what everyone else in DC does. Robots tasked wi...

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13:30
Netflix blows past the 100 million subscriber mark

A year after subscriber growth slowed due to price hikes, Netflix says (PDF) it added more US customers in the last quarter than it has since 2011. The company is now up to 103.95 million subscribers worldwide, up 5.2 million from last count. The com...

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13:13
Latest analyst predicts delayed super cycle for...

Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty is the latest analyst to weigh in on Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone release(s). Citing the same delays as many others, Huberty believes an iPhone super cycle may still occur, but will just be pushed into 2018.

more…

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13:09
Apple’s Artificial Intelligence Agent, Siri, With...

When our mobile AI agents, knowing a lot about us as individuals, have to depend on remote processing power, our privacy is at stake.


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13:02
Twitter porn bots drew in over 30 million clicks

For the past few months ZeroFOX, a social media-focused digital security company, has been looking into a massive pornography botnet targeting Twitter. Dubbed SIREN, after the mythical Greek creatures said to lure sailors to their deaths with song, t...

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