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Tuesday May 16

App specific passwords will be required to sign in...

In its ongoing efforts to ensure strong security for customers, Apple will require the use of app-specific passwords from June 15th. This affects you if you use a third-party app that logs in with an iCloud email and password (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc) to access contacts, calendar and mail messages.

If you don’t migrate to app-specific passwords by the June 15 deadline, then those apps will stop working. Luckily, it’s easy to fix: read on for step-by-step instructions on how to make app-specific passwords for your Apple ID.


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Apple patents method of building feature-rich...

Lending credence to rumors of a cylindrical "Siri speaker," Apple on Tuesday was granted a patent covering the operating design of a component-rich tubular device, and methods for manufacturing the same.

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Monday May 15

Apple seeks programming chief for TV, movie content...

Apple is looking to hire a chief programmer to lead the company's original video efforts, suggesting Cupertino intends to expand its content catalog beyond "Planet of the Apps" and "Carpool Karaoke," according to a report on Monday.

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Apple said to be in search of programming chief to...

Apple’s original content and video efforts have been described as scattered at best in earlier reports, but now it looks like the company is trying to do something about that. According to a new report from The Information, Apple is currently in the process of searching for a programming chief to spearhead its video efforts…


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Watch: What you need to know about USB-C and...

Apple's decision to pare down connectivity options on its latest MacBook laptops to USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 has left some users confused about each protocol's unique capabilities and limitations. AppleInsider presents a short history of the two standards and how they coexist in Apple's latest devices.

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Jamf Now: Set up and protect your Apple devices [...

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

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∞ Apple releases updates for macOS Sierra, iOS,...

It’s a big day for Apple software updates. The company released macOS Sierra 10.12.5, iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2, and tvOS 10.2.1. You can apply the update by going to Software Update on each device. The Apple Watch will need to updated from your iPhone.

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Ransomware attack could spark lawsuits

Dore said companies that faced disruptions because they did not run the Microsoft update or because they were using older versions of Windows could face lawsuits if they publicly touted their cyber security. His law firm sued LinkedIn after a 2012 data breach, alleging individuals paid for premium accounts because the company falsely stated it had top-quality cyber security measures. LinkedIn settled for $1.25 million in 2014.

It’s amazing to me that so many institutions have such poor security.

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Roundup: Everything we currently know about Apple’s...

It’s long been rumored that Apple is working on a competitor to Amazon’s Echo platform and Google Home in the form of a so-called Siri Speaker. While WWDC has been a software-only event in recent years, it appears that might change with this year’s keynote and Siri Speaker.

With Siri Speaker rumored to be unveiled next month, it’s time to take a step back and look at everything we’ve heard about the device at this point…


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Should You Leave Google Chrome For the Opera Browser?

mspohr shares a report written by Jason Koebler via Motherboard who makes the case for why you should break up with Chrome and switch to the Opera browser: Over the last few years, I have grown endlessly frustrated with Chrome's resource management, especially on MacOS. Admittedly, I open too many tabs, but I'd wager that a lot of you do, too. With Chrome, my computer crawls to complete unusability multiple times a day. After one too many times of having to go into Activity Monitor to find that one single Chrome tab is using several gigs of RAM, I decided enough was enough. I switched to Opera, a browser I had previously thought was only for contrarians. This, after previous dalliances with Safari and Firefox left me frustrated. Because Opera is also based on Blink, I almost never run into a website, plugin, script, or video that doesn't work flawlessly on it. In fact, Opera works almost exactly like Chrome, except without the resource hogging that makes me want to throw my...

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Hands-on: StarTech’s USB-C to SATA adapter makes for...

I recently got my hands on the Atomos Ninja Inferno external recorder and monitor for my Panasonic GH5. This 7-inch monitor allows you to record 4K video directly to 2.5-inch SATA SSDs. It’s a wonderful tool for my video workflow, because it allows for extra long recording times, and fast data transfers to my Mac.

The only problem is that the external monitor doesn’t ship with the needed USB-enabled caddy for transferring data from the SSD to my MacBook Pro. Atomos sells a docking station, but it’s limited to USB-A connections.

That’s where StarTech’s wonderful USB-C to SATA adapter comes in. This inexpensive adapter makes it super-easy to transfer data from a SATA-enabled SSD to the MacBook Pro via USB-C. Watch our hands-on video inside for the details....

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[Sponsor] Stashword iOS App and Website

Stashword’s iOS app is a simple yet feature rich password manager trusted by thousands of users. Stashword is not just an incredible password manager, it is also a secure digital vault where you can save, organize and share notes, codes, bank information, credit cards, and more. You can even scan and save documents such as your drivers license, insurance, passport etc.

Stashword is free to try for 15 days. Paid membership enables you to synchronize across all your devices and access to their full-featured website For this week only, yearly membership is $7.99, which is 20 percent off the regular price.


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Apple Releases macOS 10.12.5, iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3....

On Monday, Apple released point updates to all its operating systems. Starting with the desktop, the macOS 10.12.5 update for Sierra is the fifth major update since the operating system was released in September of 2016. The iPhone-maker also released the iOS 10.3.2 for iPhones, iPads and iPods to the public. The update for Macs offers a range of bug fixes, improvements to Night Shift, and a long list of security patches. The iOS 10.3.2 update offers "bug fixes and improves the security." More details -- including what's new in tvOS, and watchOS -- here.


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AWT News Update: May 15, 2017

iPad Pro illustration of The Players Tournament by Jim Conway, courtesy of the PGA Tour

A new week, and a fresh new batch of stories for our listeners:

  • Updates to all of Apple's operating systems showed up today, with macOS squashing a bug that caused stuttering sound through USB headphones
  • A rumor says that Apple may have "smart bands" coming out as accessories for the Apple Watch that could do real-time monitoring of blood glucose, add battery life, and include cameras
  • Artists with iPad Pros and Apple Pencils were in attendance at The Players Tournament this weekend, capturing the PGA Tour event in a high-tech way

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


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Rumor: Apple Watch may get glucose monitoring...

Apple’s sights are now set on the epidemic of diabetes, and the company plans to introduce a “game-changing” glucose monitoring feature in an upcoming Apple Watch, reports BGR, quoting an unnamed source.

The article says the tech giant also plans to introduce interchangeable “smart watch bands” that add various functionality to the smartwatch without added complexity, and without increasing the price of the watch itself. This could also mean that the glucose monitoring feature will be implemented as part of a smart band, rather than being built into the watch hardware. 

BGR says that a camera band that adds a camera to the watch is another possibility, or a band that contains a battery to extend battery life.

The Sellers Research Group (that’s me) says there’s a 97% chance that both of these rumors (the glucose monitoring feature and smart watchbands) are...

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Apple's iPhone photography ad campaign...

Apple continues to promote the capabilities of the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera with a new "Barbers" ad spotlighting Portrait Mode.

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Rumor: Next-gen Apple Watch may support glucose...

Future Apple Watch models will reportedly include support for glucose monitoring, as well as "smart watch bands" that should expand features without requiring people to buy an entirely new device.

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TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 15...

Notable software releases this week include Fantastical 2.3.7, PopChar X 7.7.1, and Default Folder X 5.1.5.


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ExtraBITS for 15 May 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, it seems like Amazon Prime Video is heading to the Apple TV, the Apple Watch could potentially prevent a stroke, and MacPaw has taken possession of Tekserve’s legendary Apple hardware collection.


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∞ It’s not just about closing the rings with Apple...

Apple Watch is an incredible device for many reasons, but none are as great as how it helps people track their exercise and movement. The watch does this by using rings—closing the rings means you had a great day of standing, exercising, and movement. But what if you don’t close the rings? […]

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Despite launching Apple Music competitor, Pandora...

Pandora has been reevaluating its strategy as it faces increased competition from streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music, launching its own streaming service earlier this year. Now, a report from Bloomberg claims that as the company continues to invest in streaming, it is looking to offload its Ticketfly business…


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Virtual 'top hats' ensure swarming drones...

Drone swarms can be used for lots of things, like creating holograms, putting on a Superbowl halftime show or collecting military intelligence. One of the problems with a bunch of quadcopters executing maneuvers in close proximity, however, is that t...

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Another report claims Apple working on diabetes...

BGR is out with a report today that mostly echoes previous claims that Apple is working on diabetes treatment technology for an upcoming future version of the Apple Watch.


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Waymo, Lyft partner on self-driving tests as Google...

Alphabet's Waymo is joining with Lyft to test self-driving cars on public roads, according to an announcement, while another Alphabet company -- Google -- is previewing a complete Android interface for cars which will nevertheless support Apple's CarPlay technology.

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∞ Apple’s new iPhone 7 Plus ad: Barbers

Another new one from Apple.

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The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Moral Remains

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum has announced the first major international retrospective of Pink Floyd, one of the world’s most pioneering and influential bands. To mark 50 years since the band released their first single Arnold Layne, and over 200 million record sales later, The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Moral Remains experience will be a spectacular and unparalleled audio-visual journey through Pink Floyd’s unique and extraordinary worlds; chronicling the music, design, and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960s through to the present day.

I wish I could see this.

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AirPods Giveaway: Enter today for your chance to win...

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

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iPhone 7 Plus heads to the barbershop for latest...

Apple is continuing its iPhone ad campaign by promoting Portrait Mode from the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera system.


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2018 Genesis G80 Sport arrives as latest with Apple’...

Genesis Motors, Hyundai’s luxury car division, is today announcing the arrival of the latest vehicle with Apple’s in-dash CarPlay platform standard with its new Genesis G80 Sport. The vehicle is the company’s second to officially support CarPlay stock following the 2017 Genesis G80.


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A lowrider lawnmower styled after vintage cars

I don’t even know what to say, this is just cool.

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Review: Periodic Audio Mg, Ti, & Be In-Ear...

One of the best ways to learn about new audio equipment — other than reading our reviews — to attend local meetups and trade shows. At these events you can of often find expensive and rare gear to test, but here's a pro tip: if you attend a headphone meetup and only play with the gear, you're doing it wrong. The best part of headphone meetups is the people you meet. At CanJam 2017, we had the chance to talk with Dan Wiggins, creator of Periodic Audio's new line of in-ear monitors, to a level of extreme geekery. Dan sent us his entire product lineup to test; though not without flaws, we think they sound great.{/exp:char_limit}

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Feature Request: Meal logging from Apple’s Health app

Apple’s Health app in iOS 10 prominently displays Nutrition as one of the four main categories on the Health Data dashboard, but adding detailed information currently requires a third-party meal logging app with HealthKit support. Apple recommends a variety of solutions that work well including Lifesum and MyFitnessPal, but ultimately a native meal logging feature and first party food database would make the Health app much more useful.


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Google Assistant standalone iPhone app could launch...

Google will soon allow iPhone and iPad owners use the search company's latest digital assistant, according to a report, with a standalone iOS app for Google Assistant claimed to be launched in the near future, possibly as part of an announcement during the Google I/O developer conference later this week.

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DealBITS Discount: Save 20% on the iBooks Author...

See who won passes to the iBooks Author Conference 2017 in last week’s DealBITS drawing, and if you’re not among them, read on to save 20 percent on a conference pass.


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Apple releases iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2, tvOS 10.2....

Apple on Monday released operating systems updates for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Macintosh. Before installing any of the updates, complete a backup of your devices, just in case you need to revert back if you find you have a problem with the updated software.

iOS 10.3.2

Acoording to Apple’s release notes, iOS 10.3.2 has bug fixes and security enhancements. Apple has a KnowledgeBase article that details the security content.

You can update your iOS device by launching the Settings app and then tapping General > Software Update. The update is 196.4MB.

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Google Assistant may appear on iOS soon

This is the era of AIs, with Siri from Apple, Cortana from Microsoft, Alexa from Amazon, and Google Assistant from Google now appearing in devices from smartwatches to PCs. Android Police is reporting that Google Assistant will soon be launching on iOS as a standalone app. How soon? The app may be announced as soon as this week at Google's I/O Conference.

According to the site, Assistant for iOS will be US-only at launch. As noted in the post, adding "Assistant to the world's second-largest mobile OS would like encourage more developers to integrate with the app's functionality."

Assistant launched Google's own Pixel phone last year, and has quickly spread to other devices such as the Google Home "smart speaker", apps like Google Allo, and most Android phones. I personally have found Google Assistant to be one of the better voice-...

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macOS 10.12.5 update fixes bugs, supports Windows 10...


Apple has just released the macOS 10.12.5 update for Sierra, the fifth major update since the operating system was released in September of 2016. The update is available for all Macs that support Sierra, and should also be included in all new downloads of the Sierra installer from the Mac App Store.

Unlike macOS 10.12.4, which added a notable new feature in Night Shift, version 10.12.5 focuses on fixing bugs,...

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iOS 10.3.2 arrives with nearly two dozen security...


Apple has just released iOS 10.3.2 to the public, following around a month and a half of beta testing that began shortly after iOS 10.3 came out. It's available as an over-the-air update or through iTunes for any devices that run iOS 10: the iPhone 5 and newer, the fourth-generation iPad and newer, the iPad Mini 2 and newer, both iPad Pros, and the sixth-generation iPod Touch.

Like the intervening iOS 10.3.1 update, the release notes for 10.3.2 only say that it "includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad," which suggests that the release is primarily focused on security updates.

According to...

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Apple releases iTunes 12.6.1 w/ ‘minor app and...

In addition to macOS 10.12.5, Apple has released a minor version update to iTunes for macOS. iTunes 12.6.1 includes ‘minor app and performance improvements’ according to release notes. The update is available through the Mac App Store now.


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Dell's 'Alice' Will Guide Women...

One of the interesting things at Dell EMC World last week came from Karen Quintos, the most powerful woman at Dell. Karen is responsible for its Entrepreneur in Residence program, which, among other things, focuses on equipping and helping woman entrepreneurs. Dell Technologies apparently has created "Alice," a female-focused artificial intelligence focused on helping support and drive innovative firms backed by women. This is important, because it appears that only 3 percent of venture capitalist-funded new firms are founded by women.

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New 10.5-inch iPad may debut alongside Siri Speaker...

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is typically a parade of software announcements, not hardware. While we’re expecting iOS 11 and the next version of macOS to take center stage, rumor has it Apple plans to switch it up and announce two new devices: the Siri Speaker and a refreshed iPad Pro.

Apple hasn’t said anything about either product, but rumors and speculation from well-placed sources have all but confirmed the Siri Speaker, Apple’s answer to Amazon’s Echo. And while we’ve been hearing about a redesigned iPad for months now, the 2017 iPad released earlier this spring didn’t exactly push the iPad lineup forward (but that $329 price tag is pretty sweet).


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macOS 10.12.5 fixes problems with USB headphones,...

In addition to updates for iOS, tvOS, and watchOS, Apple on Monday issued macOS 10.12.5, making various bug and security fixes while laying the groundwork for later Mac releases.

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'Core i9 Skylake-X', 'Kaby Lake-X...

Although Apple seems to be somewhat slower than other PC manufacturers in terms of moving new Intel processors to its laptop and desktop lines, it's always news when we hear word of a new Intel processor line. A leaked presentation photo shows a new high-end Core i9 processor using Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X architectures that may be announced by Intel in June.

The alleged Intel presentation showing Core i9 processor details

The slide appeared on the Anandtech forums, posted by user "Sweepr". The slide shows four Core i9 chips -- two in the i9-7900 range and two in the i9-7800 range -- along with a pair of Core i7 chips. Although the speed of the top end i9-7920X chip was not revealed in the slide, the processor is expected to have 12 cores, 24 threads, and 16.5MB of L3 cache. 

Will Apple ever...

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macOS Sierra upgraded to version 10.12.5

Apple has released macOS Sierra10.12.5, a minor update that focuses on bug fixes and speed improvements. According to Apple, the upgrade:

  • Fixes an issue where audio may stutter when played through USB headphones;
  • Enhances compatibility of the Mac App Store with future software updates;
  • Adds support for media-free installation of Windows 10 Creator Update using Boot Camp.

macOS Sierra 10.12.5 is a free update for all customers who have a compatible machine. The update can be downloaded using the Software Update function in the Mac App Store.

macOS 11 will almost certainly be previewed at next month’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference.

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Apple launches tvOS 10.2.1

Apple has upgraded tvOS, the operating system for the Apple TV, to version 10.2.1. It offers bug fixes and performance tweaks.

The operating system was recently revved to version 10.2, which provided an accelerated scrolling feature to the Siri remote so you can scroll through lists of content faster. The update also added the TV app, which is designed to offer a unified experience for discovering and accessing TV shows and movies from multiple apps on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.  It provides one place to access TV shows and movies, as well as a place to discover new content to watch.

To install tvOS 10.2.1, launch the System menu and choose Software Update. tvOS 10.3 will almost certainly be previewed at next month’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference.

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Injunction against Uber says company should have...

A newly-unsealed injunction against Uber argues that the company knew -- or should have known -- that hire Anthony Levandowski had taken 14,000 files from Alphabet's self-driving division, Waymo.

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watchOS ticks to version 3.2.2

Apple has revved watchOS to 3.2.2. The upgrade focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements to the Apple Watch's operating system. 

The previous release (watchOS 3.2) added Theater Mode and SiriKit. The former lets Apple Watch owners disable the "rise to wake" function on the watch, but still notify them with haptic feedback of notifications without illuminating the watch display. 

SiriKit enables apps to work with Siri, Apple’s “personal digital assistant,” so users can get things done with content and services using just their voice. In addition to extending Siri’s support for messaging, photo search and phone calls to more apps, SiriKit also adds support for new services, including ride booking and personal payments.

watchOS 3.2.2 must be performed through the Apple Watch app on a connected iPhone, and the watch must be on the charger, and have over 50 percent battery remaining.

watchOS 4 will almost certainly be previewed at next month’s Apple...

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Apple releases updates for iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2...

On Tuesday, Apple released iOS version 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2, and tvOS 10.2.1 to the public, after a month-long beta testing period for each revision.

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Apple releases iOS 10.3.2

Apple has released iOS 10.3.2, which offers bug fixes, security enhancements, and other improvements.

iOS 10.3.2 is a free over-the-air update available to all users with a compatible iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. It can also be downloaded and installed on iOS devices using iTunes on a Mac or PC.

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watchOS 3.2.2 update for Apple Watch now available

Apple is now rolling out the latest watchOS 3.2.2 software update for Apple Watch. The update focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements to watchOS 3.


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tvOS 10.2.1 update for Apple TV now available

Apple is now rolling out the tvOS 10.2.1 software update for the fourth generation Apple TV. The update likely includes bug fixes and performance improvements to tvOS 10.


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macOS 10.12.5 rolling out on the Mac App Store

Apple is officially rolling out the macOS 10.12.5 software update for all Mac users. macOS 10.12.5 is available as a free update through the Mac App Store.


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AAC, which Apple likes, is now the preferred...

The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, , a division of the state-funded German research institution that bankrolled the MP3's development in the late '80s, has officially halted its licensing program for "certain MP3 related patents and software," effectively making the MP3 music format free for developer use. Apparently, the last of the patents expired, which is the reason that it is no longer licensing the format.

The development of MP3 started in the late 80s at Fraunhofer IIS, based on previous development results at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Although there are more efficient audio codecs with advanced features available today, the format is still very popular among consumers. 

However, most state-of-the-art media services such as streaming or TV and radio broadcasting use modern ISO-MPEG codecs such as the AAC family or in the future MPEG-H, notes the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits. Those can deliver more features and a higher...

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Apple releases iOS 10.3.2 update for iPhone and iPad

Apple has officially released the iOS 10.3.2 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The latest software update focuses on bug fixes and performance and security improvements.


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Google is reportedly eyeing an iOS Assistant app as...

The battle for AI supremacy is no longer about which device you want to buy. First Microsoft’s Cortana made the leap from Windows to the Android lock screen, and Android followed up by integrating Alexa into its shopping app. But now things are starting to get really interesting as Google reportedly readies a major push onto iOS.

According to Android Police, Google is planning to release a standalone Assistant app on iOS, with an announcement possibly coming at I/O this week. According to the report, “The app would likely feature a blend of the “chat” style functionality in the Google Allo...

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Apple Releases macOS 10.12.5, iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3....

Apple has updated all of its operating systems with bug fixes and various improvements.


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Voip-Pal plans to increase damage demands in... has announced its intent to increase the damage claims in its lawsuits against Apple, Verizon and AT&T. Over the past few months the company says it’s been reevaluating the initial damage calculation claims made in its February 2016 lawsuits and has “determined its initial claim for damages was calculated using a significantly lower royalty monetization model than has been used in actual court awards of recent patent infringement cases.”

Voip-Pal claims that “Apple, Verizon and AT&T were regrettably unwilling to engage in discussion of licensing the company’s intellectual property and technology.” It’s a publicly traded corporation that acquired Digifonica International Limited in 2013 in order to fund, co-develop and complete Digifonica's suite of patents. 

Digifonica purportedly operationalized and tested its suite of software solutions with applications in five core areas of Internet...

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Leaker claims Intel launching powerful 'Core i9...

Intel may be preparing to add a new tier of processor to its lineup, with an image suggesting a new high-end Core i9 with six processors using the "Kaby Lake-X" and "Skylake-X" architectures are set to be unveiled by the chip producer starting in June -- but if they will see the light of day in an Apple desktop isn't clear.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13-inch MacBook Pro $1,280,...

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.


Apple’s non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pro...

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Apple Maps grows public transit coverage to Adelaide...

Apple has updated its Maps apps for iOS and Mac with public transit directions for Adelaide, Australia, continuing a series of recent expansions.

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Judge orders Uber to return documents in Waymo car...

The latest court ruling in a high-profile trade secrets case from U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco, made public on Monday, granted a partial injunction against Uber, which Waymo has accused of using stolen information to accelerate the building of its autonomous cars.

Clearly the judge didn’t believe Uber.

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Analysts pontificate on cars, transportation as part...

Noted Apple analysts Neil Cybart and Horace Dediu sat down with UBS' Steven Milunovich to discuss Apple's future -- and a big topic of conversation was where Apple's intent is in the automotive and transportation spaces.

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A year of Apple Park construction captured by...

Matthew Roberts of Maverick Media has been capturing drone footage of Apple Park construction since the beginning, but during the past year the construction has really gone from "empty shells" to "virtually complete. In this video, Roberts shows some of the major features of Apple Park -- the "Spaceship", the Steve Jobs Auditorium, parking garages, health center, R&D facilities and more -- as they appeared a year ago and then at various times through the past year.

I don't know about you, but I'm hoping that Apple allows Roberts to continue making his aerial videos as the landscaping at Apple Park is finished and employees move into the facility.

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Fantastical 2.3.7

Adds support for setting categories on Exchange tasks and fixes several bugs. ($49.99 new, free update, 14.0 MB)


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News: Google Assistant reportedly coming to iOS soon

Siri is about to have some more competition, with Google Assistant set to release on iOS “soon,” according to Android Police. A source said the announcement could come as soon as this week’s Google I/O conference. The report is short on details, but speculates that the app could feature a blend of the voice-activated version on Android devices and the chat-style functionality see in Google’s Allo messaging app. The app is expected…

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Deals: Apple AirPods in stock; 128GB 9.7" iPad...

Monday morning deals are pouring in starting with Apple's 128GB 9.7-inch iPad for $399 ($30 off) with no tax outside NY and NJ. Or pick up a 13-inch MacBook Pro for $1,199 ($100 off). AT&T Wireless is also accepting orders for AirPods with reported delivery times of two to five business days.

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Why Apple’s next killer app is health

This should come as no surprise. Apple has been signaling this move for quite some time.

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Video solves mystery of how narwhals use their tusks

I knew narwhals didn’t spear fish with their tusk but it’s interesting to see how they do use it.

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News: Philips adds new Hue White Ambiance bulbs,...

Philips has announced a new line of fixtures, new table lamps and a brand new type of bulb to expand its Hue White Ambiance line. The company’s Hue White Ambiance HomeKit-enabled lighting system allows for the color of a room’s lights to be changed from warmer to cooler in addition to being able to be dimmed, and Philips is adding a 40W-equivalent candle bulb ($30) to its existing slate of bulbs, available for pre-order starting in June…

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Ransomware attack: What you need to know

Rene Ritchie put together a Q&A for last week’s ransomware

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MP3 is dead, long live AAC

Interesting development. I still use MP3 for all my audio needs.

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Google Assistant reportedly coming to iOS soon,...

Google Assistant has expanded quite a lot over the past several months since its debut on the Google Pixel, with the service moving to Google Home, Allo, and the majority of Android phones on the market today. Now, it seems that Google is planning another expansion, with a potential debut on Apple’s iOS.


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Patent licensing on MP3 format expires, Apple-...

The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits has officially halted its licensing program for "certain MP3 related patents and software," effectively making the long-standing music format free to use for developers.

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Daily Deal: Get This Sleek Lightning Dock for $19.99

Tired of having those charging cables running all over your desktop? It's simple to tidy up your workspace with this handy MFi-certified Lightning Charging Dock from CaseStudi, available for just $19.99 from the Apple World Today Deals Shop. 

Normally selling for $34.99, this discounted dock features a sleek black finish with a unique S-shaped design. Your iPhone will recline safely on the dock, which has TPU on the bottom to prevent scratches to wooden surfaces and keeps the dock from moving. The Made For iPhone certification guarantees that your iPhone will charge properly with no error messages.

The Lightning Charging Dock works with any iPhone that uses the Lightning port. If you need a charging dock, take advantage of this deal while it lasts. ...

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The Week in Mac Accessories: New cases offer...

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The latest roundup of Mac accessories offers several new cases for your MacBook, as well as new chargers, hubs, and more.


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News: Analysts see wireless charging, AR...

Apple has invested $200 million in Corning’s “revolutionary glass production methods,” sparking speculation that new glass breakthroughs could aid in the development of new features in future Apple devices, CNBC reports. Apple has been dealing with Corning for a decade—ever since the first iPhone—and Oppenheimer analyst Andrew Uerkwitz thinks the new investment backs up previous reports that Apple’s new generation…

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Slashdot Asks: In the Wake Of Ransomware Attacks,...

In the aftermath of ransomware spread over the weekend, Zeynep Tufekci, an associate professor at the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina, writes an opinion piece for The New York Times: At a minimum, Microsoft clearly should have provided the critical update in March to all its users, not just those paying extra. Indeed, "pay extra money to us or we will withhold critical security updates" can be seen as its own form of ransomware. In its defense, Microsoft probably could point out that its operating systems have come a long way in security since Windows XP, and it has spent a lot of money updating old software, even above industry norms. However, industry norms are lousy to horrible, and it is reasonable to expect a company with a dominant market position, that made so much money selling software that runs critical infrastructure, to do more. Microsoft supported Windows XP for over a decade before finally putting it to sleep. In the wake...

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Nintendo's beloved Legend of Zelda may be...

Nintendo is charging ahead with its plans for mobile by bringing yet another iconic gaming series to smartphones. The gaming company is reportedly working on a The Legend of Zelda title for Android and iOS, according to The Wall Street Journal (subscription required).

There’s no word on when the game would roll out. Right now, The Journal says Nintendo plans to introduce the game after a mobile version of Animal Crossing debuts in the “latter half of 2017.” The Zelda title would roll out after that, but it’s not clear if that means it will appear in time for the holidays or in 2018.

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Philips widening HomeKit-compatible Hue lineup with...

Philips has expanded the HomeKit-compatible Hue lighting line with a series of White Ambiance bulb size, plus two new table lamps.

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News: Apple acquires ‘dark data’ company Lattice Data

Apple has acquired “dark data” company Lattice Data for around $200 million, TechCrunch reports. Founded in 2015, the company has produced its own AI-enabled inference engine to convert unstructured “dark data” into more structured and usable information. A source claims Apple closed the deal a couple of weeks ago, adding around 20 of the company’s engineers to its ranks. Apple confirmed the acquisition with its usual…

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∞ Messages, iPhone rotation, and that pesky...

Grab your iPhone, bring up Messages, tap on the text field to start a message to someone, then rotate your iPhone sideways. Did a giant scribble box take over your screen? If so, this is for you.

A tiny tip, but one that many people seem unaware of. In the lower right corner of that scribble box is a keyboard icon. Tap it, and your Messages screen returns to its normal, rotated self. And that will stay the default rotation view for Messages.

Want to return to the scribble view? Tap the button again (the label changed to a curlicue).

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Did Disney ruin Pixar?

Christopher Orr, The Atlantic:

A well-regarded hollywood insider recently suggested that sequels can represent “a sort of creative bankruptcy.” He was discussing Pixar, the legendary animation studio, and its avowed distaste for cheap spin-offs. More pointedly, he argued that if Pixar were only to make sequels, it would “wither and die.” Now, all kinds of industry experts say all kinds of things. But it is surely relevant that these observations were made by Ed Catmull, the president of Pixar, in his best-selling 2014 business-leadership book.

Yet here comes Cars 3, rolling into a theater near you this month. You may recall that the original Cars, released back in 2006, was widely judged to be the studio’s worst film to date. Cars 2, which followed five years later, was panned as even worse. And if Cars 3 isn’t disheartening enough, two of the three Pixar films in line after it are also sequels: The Incredibles 2 and (say it isn’t so!) Toy Story 4.

This is a...

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News: Analyst predicts new 10.5” iPad Pro will be...

Respected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims there’s an “over 70 percent” chance that Apple will debut a 10.5” iPad Pro during its WWDC conference next month, AppleInsider reports. Kuo said suppliers are ramping up to begin mass production in early June for the new tablet, which sill be a similar size to the current 9.7” iPad Pro but feature a larger display because of narrower bezels. Other analysts claimed the 10.5”…

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Philips expands HomeKit-compatible Hue White...

Philips has announced new additions to its Hue White Ambiance lineup of HomeKit compatible lighting including new fixtures and table lamps. Pre-orders for the new table lamps start at $99.99 today with products shipping next month.


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Rumors point to Nintendo shipping iOS 'The...

Nintendo is reportedly planning to expand its mobile gaming efforts following the success of 'Super Mario Run' and 'Fire Emblem: Heroes' on iOS, with the Kyoto firm said to be bringing 'The Legend of Zelda' to the platform in the future, along with rumors of another 'Pokemon' title for smartphones also apparently on the way.

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10 Years of iPhone — A Developer’s Perspective

Long time iOS developer Adrian Kosmaczewski lays out the evolution of the iPhone and the App Store from the wild west earliest days through the ten years since.

This is a fantastic read, full of interesting details. No development background required. And smack dab in the middle of it is a book I wrote with Jeff LaMarche, complete with the very first of many fruit cross-sections to adorn Apress’ line of iOS/Mac development books.

I still remember reacting to the first cover shot they sent our way:

“Wait, you want to put a piece of fruit on the cover? Why?”

“It’s Apple related. So fruit. Get it?”

Many, many arguments later, that fruit cover stuck and turned out to be iconic in its own small way. The book sold, helped a lot of people get started, so ultimately it did its job. And Jeff and I had a helluva ride.


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Apple reveals its plans for a flagship retail store...

It was back in January that we first heard that Apple was planning a new flagship retail store in Milan, Italy, with an outdoor amphitheater – and the company has now confirmed those plans.

It will be a square full of ideas. We are incredibly happy to be in the center of Milan, a town that for centuries combines creativity and innovation. In the coming months we will work to give you a new Liberty Square: an open space for everyone to take a break, meet with friends, discover new interests.

The store will sit beneath the amphitheater, and you’ll enter it using a...

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Lyft riders may get early taste of self-driving tech...

Cars driving for ride-hailing service Lyft may soon sport lidar sensors alongside the pink logo and Amp dash display.

The company is teaming up with Alphabet's Waymo subsidiary, the autonomous vehicle business spun out of Google. 

Details on the deal, reported by the New York Times and later confirmed by the two companies, are vague.

Under the deal, the companies will work together on pilot projects and product development efforts to make autonomous vehicles mainstream, the newspaper said, citing two anonymous sources.

But Lyft has made no secret of its interest in self-driving vehicle technology.

Last March General Motors invested $500 million in the company and then in May said they would work together to test self-driving electric Chevrolet Bolts on the roads.


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∞ Apple Park, 1 year recap

[VIDEO] The latest video (embedded in the main Loop post) from Matthew Roberts, showing off a year of drone footage as Apple Park went from barely under construction to close to completion.

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New video montage shows gradual evolution of Apple...

New drone footage shows the progress that has been made on the Apple Park headquarters facility in the last year -- but there still appears to be a lot of outstanding tasks to hammer out .

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News: Legend of Zelda game coming to iOS

Nintendo will be adding a Legend of Zelda game to its growing list of iOS titles, The Wall Street Journal reports. Sources said the game is set to be released after the iOS Animal Crossing title debuts later this year, but warned that Nintendo could always change the timing and order of its releases. The Animal Crossing game has already been delayed once. No information on pricing was mentioned, and the company has dabbled in different pricing models,…

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iPad mystery

Jean-Louis Gassée digs into the mystery of the bell shaped iPad sales curve. From rollout in April of 2010 through the first quarter of 2014 the curve was rising. Since then, the curve has been steadily falling, though it is still too early to truly see the impact of Apple’s new, low-price iPad strategy.

A great read, with some thoughtful explanations (see the iPad’s “lean back” consumers and “elongated upgrade cycle”).

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Piazza del Liberty Apple retail store in Milan,...

Apple will open the Piazza del Liberty Apple Retail store in Milan “soon,” according to AppleInsider. First announced in January, it’s described as “one of the most innovative and technological Apple Stores in the world.”

Apple’s plans depict an outdoor amphitheater where it plans to host culturally focused events throughout the year. In fact, the Cupertino, California-based company has purportedly already agreed to host eight public events per year with potential for at least an additional 4 events per year.

Apple’s amphitheater is said to be “the heart of the square.” The entrance of the store will be marked by a glass screen made from a waterfall. The interior is also said to be fully modernized and redesigned.

With the opening of the store, Apple will have 498 retail stores in 22 countries and an online store...

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Microsoft: Lessons from last week’s cyberattack

Microsoft Blog, on the WannaCrypt ransomeware attack:

The WannaCrypt exploits used in the attack were drawn from the exploits stolen from the National Security Agency, or NSA, in the United States. That theft was publicly reported earlier this year. A month prior, on March 14, Microsoft had released a security update to patch this vulnerability and protect our customers. While this protected newer Windows systems and computers that had enabled Windows Update to apply this latest update, many computers remained unpatched globally. As a result, hospitals, businesses, governments, and computers at homes were affected.


This attack demonstrates the degree to which cybersecurity has become a shared responsibility between tech companies and customers. The fact that so many computers remained vulnerable two months after the release of a patch illustrates this aspect. As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, there is simply no way for customers to protect...

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'Truly international' Piazza del Liberty...

On Monday, Apple declared that the Piazza del Liberty Apple Retail store in Milan, Italy that was made public with planning documents in January will be opening soon.

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News: Daily Deal: Charge & Sync Dock

Today in iLounge Deals, you can get the Charge & Sync Dock for only $19.99 — that’s 42% off the regular price. Save yourself the hassle of trying to fiddle with a Lightning cable every night when you charge your iPhone with this convenient and inexpensive dock that will keep your iPhone still, safe, and out of harms way without the risk of accidentally bumping it off your bedside table. Get the Charge & Sync Dock now for only $19.99...

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As we await a new iPad, an early prototype of the...

We may be eagerly awaiting a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, said to likely be unveiled at WWDC, but it’s still interesting to look back to where it all began. Serial leaker Sonny Dickson has provided us with photos of what he says is a fully functional prototype of the first iPad, dating back to six months before launch …


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Rumor: Apple to announce Siri-connected speaker...

It’s a rumor, but there might be some truth to it.

KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo has stated that there is a more than 50% chance of Apple releasing a Siri Speaker, an all-new category for the company, at the Worldwide Developers Conference starting June 5th. In addition, he says that there is more than 70% chance of an all-new design 10.5-inch iPad Pro to be announced at the keynote.

Along with this, Apple is expected to make inevitable operating system announcements in the form of iOS 11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4. KGI has not offered insight into what functionality or changes the new software will bring but it does include some notes about the predicted hardware unveilings.

KGI described the rumored 10.5-inch as an all-new design. The company stated that Apple will announce the new tablet at WWDC is based on the fact it expects mass production of the 10.5-inch iPad to start in late Q2, which is close enough to the conference date. Leaks from accessory...

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Comment: The WannaCry attack should be a wake-up...

The WannaCry ransomware attack may have been exploiting a vulnerability in Windows, but the lesson it provides – the importance of keeping both computers and mobile devices updated – is one applicable to all of us, Apple users included.

WannaCry itself targeted a vulnerability that had existed in Windows all the way through from XP to the latest Windows 10. Microsoft issued a patch to fix the issue for Windows Vista onwards back in March, but many organizations failed to update.

The scale of the attack – which caused widespread disruption around the world – should be a wake-up call to consumers, businesses and governments alike …


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Apple invests $200 million in Corning’s Harrodsburg...

The glass on your Apple devices could be on the verge of becoming that much stronger.

Apple announced that the company has put $200 million of its $1 billion U.S. manufacturing fund into Corning’s Harrodsburg, Kentucky glass-making plant.

Corning has manufactured the glass that Apple has used in iPhones and iPads since day one.

Corning’s Gorilla Glass, introduced in 2007, played a huge role in the development of Apple’s devices. Corning will be able to leverage the $200 million investment, which will go toward equipment, glass processing, and research and development, to make new versions of its extra-strength glass. Apple at one point was testing sapphire glass from a different manufacturer, but that plan flamed out after the sapphire was found to be too weak for use in iPhones. The company went back to Corning, and Gorilla Glass has remained a staple.

The Apple-Corning business relationship has reportedly created close to 1,000 jobs in the U.S. It’s...

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