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Wednesday November 8

Practical Ways To Use QR Codes

iOS 11’s Camera app now automatically recognizes QR codes, those square sets of black rectangles that contain URLs, Wi-Fi connection details, contacts, and much more. Here’s how to create and deploy QR codes in practical and useful ways.


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Tweetbot iOS app update brings support for 280...

Popular iOS Twitter client, Tweetbot, has received an update today that adds the new 280 character limit that is rolling out to all users.


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T-Mobile can keep Nest Secure online if your WiFi...

In September, Nest released its Secure alarm system, complete with motion and door sensors and an app that lets you manage the system from anywhere. But arming the alarm through your phone or receiving alerts that motion has been detected in your hom...

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Report: Redesigned iPad Pros will gain Face ID,...

Bloomberg has published new details about what to expect from new iPad Pros next year. KGI already predicted that Face ID will come to the iPad Pro lineup in 2018, and today’s report adds several additional details including the possibility of a redesign.


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Apple said to ditch home button for Face ID with...

Apple is said to be working on a "high-end" iPad for release as early as 2018, incorporating facial recognition like in the iPhone X to replace the home button and Touch ID. But unlike the iPhone X, users shouldn't expect the next iPad to have a bright, expensive edge-to-edge OLED screen..

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Vespa’s first electric scooter will arrive in 2018

Last year, Vespa announced that it was working on an electric scooter and today it has released some specs and an approximate availability date. The Vespa Elettrica is a silent, fully electric scooter with acceleration capabilities in line with those...

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Apple’s Workflow app updated with iPhone X and iOS...

The latest version of Workflow for iOS brings iPhone X optimization, several new iOS 11 features, a new drag and drop feature, and loads of bug fixes. Apple acquired the Workflow app and made it free on the App Store earlier this year.


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Photoshop Elements 2018 is 30 percent off right now

Adobe's got a sale on Photoshop Elements 2018 right now, just in time to spruce up your photo game for the holidays. You can find Elements 2018 on sale for $70 at multiple online retailers including Amazon, Best Buy (disc version), and B&H (disc version)--not to mention...

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Chrome will soon prevent irritating, unwanted...

Today, Google announced some tweaks coming to Chrome that are aimed at blocking surprise website redirects and irritating pop-ups. In a blog post, Google said that around one out of every five feedback reports regarding Chrome mentions users being di...

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FStoppers Video: iPhone X vs. Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5...

One of the first tests that almost everyone does with a new iPhone is to try out the camera, as it's usually better than the previous iteration. FStoppers went one step further, doing side-by-side 4K video comparisons with the iPhone X and a 2017 Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5.

As you can see, the iPhone X does as well...or some may say better...than the GH5 in many of the tests. It fails in low light conditions, so you'll want to make sure that any 4K video you're shooting is done with sufficient lighting. 

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Netgear's smart security light alerts you of...

Netgear is taking another stride into smart home security under its Arlo banner. The company has already released a bunch of comprehensive surveillance cameras, and its latest piece of connected hardware is a wireless, outdoor security light. Like sm...

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Apple’s market cap hits $900 billion

As noted by MarketWatch, Apple is the first publicly traded U.S. company to reach a $900 billion market capitalization. The tech giant passed the mark for the first time in intraday trade Wednesday.

Apple is the most valuable publicly traded U.S. company, as no other businesses have a market cap exceeding $800 billion, notes MarketWatch. The company's shares reached a new intraday record high of $175.50 to accomplish the feat, and must close higher than $175.29 to keep the $900 billion mark.

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Apple crosses $900 billion market cap milestone on...

After reporting strong earnings and forecasting a record-smashing holiday quarter this week, Apple’s market capitalization has crossed over $900 billion during intraday trading. As MarketWatch notes, this makes Apple the first publicly traded US company to reach this milestone.


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Soderbergh's experimental 'Mosaic'...

Director Steven Soderbergh has made a name for himself by pushing cinematic boundaries, so it's no surprise that his upcoming series for HBO, Mosaic, isn't your usual TV fare. Today, he's launching the Mosaic app on iPhone and Apple TV (with Android...

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FBI can’t break the encryption on Texas shooter’s...

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has not been able to break the encryption on the phone owned by a gunman who killed 26 people in a Texas church on Sunday.

"We are unable to get into that phone," FBI Special Agent Christopher Combs said in a press conference yesterday (see video).

Combs declined to say what kind of phone was used by gunman Devin Kelley, who killed himself after the mass shooting. "I'm not going to describe what phone it is because I don't want to tell every bad guy out there what phone to buy, to harass our efforts...

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Tips: Bring back iOS app management to the Mac with...

An update to the iOS backup and management application aims to restore the app synchronization functionality that iTunes ditched -- for free.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: iPad mini 4 $275, Apple Watch...

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Reddit bans misogynist community as part of anti-...

Reddit's crackdown on hate-filled, violent communities isn't just limited to banning racists: the social site has banned r/Incels, the misogynistic "involuntary celibates" subreddit. While the company isn't diving into specific posts that prompted th...

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Sonnet ships the eGFX Breakaway Box 550

Sonnet Technologies is shipping its eGFX Breakaway Box with 550-watt power supply. It’s the latest in the company's series of Thunderbolt 3 to PCI Express (PCIe) eGPU expansion chassis for professional graphics and gaming applications.

The eGFX Breakaway Box 550 provides a single slot for connecting any size Thunderbolt-compatible GPU card, and features enough room for even high-performance water cooler cards. The unit is equipped with a single 40Gbps Thunderbolt 3 port that enables data transfers up to 2,750 MB/s, and supports Thunderbolt-compatible cards with popular GPU chipsets — such as AMD Radeon and Radeon Pro; NVIDIA GeForce, TITAN XP, and Quadro cards. 

In addition, the Breakaway Box 550 includes two eight-pin auxiliary power connectors and provides 87 watts of upstream power (power delivery), useful for powering and charging a connected notebook computer. It has a...

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AWT TV Episode 27: November 7, 2017

Welcome to AWT TV, a weekly show featuring Steve Sande, Dennis Sellers and Marty Edwards of Apple World Today. Each week we'll discuss what's happened in the world of Apple, talk about new apps and accessories, maybe even have a demonstration or two of the latest software.

What a great week! Last Friday marked the official debut of the iPhone X, and it's a game-changer. Marty talked about how he decided to go back to the Apple TV 4K after having returned his first one. The issue that caused him to make that decision earlier was that the device upscaled everything to 4K, which didn't look all that good for some shows. Apple has announced that an update will soon fix the problem so that movies and shows will appear in their native resolution.

Now how about that iPhone X? The device is best purchased on a monthly plan like those from...

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Twitter launches $99 subscription tool to promote...

Twitter is making it easier for small businesses and power users to give their tweets a boost. The social network has officially launched its first ad subscription tool called "Promote Mode" as a public beta. Twitter started testing the always-on mod...

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Warby Parker app uses TrueDepth camera in iPhone X...

Warby Parker's app update to accommodate the iPhone X uses the TrueDepth camera to go beyond just a virtual try-on of glasses, and recommends styles that suit the user's face shape.

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Amazon teaches Alexa Japanese for Echo's next...

Amazon's Echo, Plus and Dot speakers will finally be available in Japan starting next week. To prepare for the devices' arrival in the island nation, the e-retail giant taught the voice assistant how to understand and respond in the Japanese language...

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News: EU wants more information on Apple’s tax moves...

After leaked documents detailing the process Apple undertook to relocate its Irish holdings to the island of Jersey were printed in The New York Times and other news outlets, the European Union’s competition chief is asking for more details from the company, The Washington Post reports. In its response to the initial reports, Apple claimed to have notified the US, Ireland and the EU about the reorganization of its Irish subsidiaries, claiming,…

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Silk Road investigator gets more jail time for...

A Secret Service agent already convicted to 71 months in prison for swiping Silk Road Bitcoins will get another two years for a separate Bitcoin theft, Reuters reports. Shaun Bridges pleaded guilty to stealing 1,606 Bitcoins -- worth around $360,000...

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Niantic wants Harry Potter to work his magic on its...

[Update: we do have confirmation from Niantic this game is currently in development.]

Niantic is now famous for one of the highest grossing mobile games of all time with Pokémon GO. But what is next for the developer? Niantic seems to have set its sights on yet another enormous fan base with plans for a Harry Potter mobile augmented reality game.


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Netflix revives London street drama 'Top Boy...

Netflix is continuing its tradition of extending popular Channel 4 TV shows after confirming that London street drama Top Boy is being revived. In a tweet, the show's star Ashley Walters -- also known as Asher D from the So Solid Crew -- confirmed th...

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Comparison: The best apps for identifying fonts with...

If you’re a designer, you’ll know that font selection can make or break the effectiveness of your work. Often times when I’m away from home I’ll see signs and ads with perfect type on them, and snap a photo for later. What you may not know is that your iPhone can automatically identify fonts for you from photos, thanks to new apps that are harnessing the power of machine learning to analyze photos. I took a look at the best options available to see which may be right for you.


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As Apple gears up for AR headset, Snap writes off $...

Snap this week dramatically missed Wall Street estimates, reporting a net loss of $443.2 million -- with a big write-off of $39.9 million in Snap Spectacles about a year after release. Should Apple jump in to the headset market as rumored, Snap's own wearable ambitions may only get worse.

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Here are the latest Apple Pay banks in the US and...

Apple Pay works with nearly all of the major banks across the United States, but there are still plenty of regional banks and credit unions with customers waiting for Apple Pay to work with their institution. The latest expansion includes over two dozen more banks and credit unions in the US:


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Harry Potter AR game is coming from the makers of...

It's hard to exaggerate the success of Pokémon Go, Niantic's augmented reality game. That's why it's such big news that the company has announced the hit game's successor. Niantic Labs will once again work with a much-loved property, but this...

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Christopher Nolan apologizes for trash-talking...

Film director Christopher Nolan made no secret of his disdain for Netflix's business model over the summer, when he gave an interview calling the streaming service's "bizarre aversion" to supporting theatrical releases "mindless" and "untenable". Now...

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News: Apple working on AR headset that could launch...

Apple is working to have an augmented reality headset developed by 2019 and shipped out to consumers as early as 2020, Bloomberg reports. Previous rumors have revealed that Apple has hundreds of engineers working on AR applications and has developed multiple prototypes for AR glasses, and some bolder bloggers have even speculated that a partnership with Zeiss would lead to a viable product coming out this year. But Tim Cook has thrown cold water on…

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KRACK Wi-Fi attack threatens all networks: How to...

Researchers have uncovered a Wi-Fi security flaw, dubbed KRACK, that affects nearly any device that uses Wi-Fi, whether or not the network is encrypted. Here's what you can do to stay safe.

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Facebook's attempted 'revenge porn'...

Social networking giant Facebook is trialing a unique and likely controversial solution for the internet's "revenge porn" problem -- asking some users to send themselves their own naked images via Facebook Messenger, so the company's algorithms can anonymously scan and block sharing of those pics in the future.

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∞ The iPhone X versus a professional video camera

[VIDEO] FStoppers ran a long, side-by-side comparison test, shooting various video modes (including 4K/60fps) on both an iPhone X and a professional video camera.

The video (embedded in the main Loop post) is worth watching, all the way through. In a nutshell, for most use cases, the iPhone X looks every bit as good, if not better, than its bigger, bulkier, more expensive counterpart.

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Jason Snell: One week with the iPhone X

Jason Snell:

My Apple review unit is silver; on Friday the Space Gray iPhone X I bought with my own money arrived. With both of them here, I have to admit that I may have made the wrong choice.

My 2 cents? Though I’ve always preferred Space Gray, I think the silver iPhone X is stunning.

Look at the picture Jason took at a football game, about 20 rows back. That’s amazing detail, especially considering how far away he was from the field.

And this comment, on using the iPhone X laying flat on a table:

I’m loving iPhone X in almost all the places I use it. The gestures are becoming second nature to me. But there’s one use case where it doesn’t really work: laying on a table. And it doesn’t work there for several reasons. The sizable camera bump makes the whole thing unstable. Facing straight up, the Face ID camera can’t see me, so I can’t unlock my phone without leaning way over the table or picking the phone up. And attention detection can’t detect...

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iEyes? An Apple AR wearable device is reportedly on...

It’s no secret that Apple is high on augmented reality. Tim Cook has been touting the new tech as the next big revolution even before Apple released ARKit for iOS at WWDC in June. But a new report suggests its ambitions go far beyond the iPhone.

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is aiming to launch an AR wearable in 2019, with plans to start shipping in 2020. Sources tell the publication that the device will have its own display and run on a new chip and operating system, unlike Samsung’s Gear VR and Google’s Daydream headsets, both of which rely on phones to do the heavy...

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Germany’s biggest newspaper claims Apple pays only 1...

The editor in chief of Germany’s biggest newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung, has written an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which he claims that Apple pays ‘between 1 and 7 percent’ tax on its overseas income.

Wolfgang Krach says the numbers were reached by its analysis of the so-called paradise papers, a massive leak of financial records relating to offshore holdings in countries commonly used as tax havens. He attacks Apple for ‘shirking’ its tax obligations and for failing to answer questions put by the paper …


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∞ An iPhone X, plated in 24K gold

[VIDEO] That’s some bling. This for you? Video and link to the site that does the gold plating in the main Loop post.

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Instagram continues Snapchat assault, lifts 24 hour...

Instagram is continuing its assault on Snapchat (which is working) by opening up its Stories clone to any photos and videos in your photo library. Stories were originally limited to shots and footage captured in the app, then later updated to include photos and video captured within the last 24 hours.


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∞ Apple: 52% of devices are now using iOS 11

Apple has updated their pie chart. Amazingly, more than half of all devices have updated to iOS 11, which was released less than 2 months ago. Let’s take a look at the adoption rates of iOS and Android side by […]

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How to find the model number for your iPhone X or...

There are four models each for the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X. The models correspond to carriers and bands available for each phone.

Now that Apple no longer puts the model information on the back of the phone, you’ll need to dig into Settings or look in the SIM slot. Rene Ritchie lays out all the details.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Bloomberg: Apple to ramp up work on augmented...

Mark Gurman, Bloomberg:

Apple Inc., seeking a breakthrough product to succeed the iPhone, aims to have technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship a product as early as 2020.

Unlike the current generation of virtual reality headsets that use a smartphone as the engine and screen, Apple’s device will have its own display and run on a new chip and operating system, according to people familiar with the situation.


Apple began putting together a team to work on AR-related projects a couple of years ago, Bloomberg reported in March. Led by Mike Rockwell, who previously ran engineering at Dolby Labs, the group has now grown to several hundred engineers from across Apple, the people said. Scattered across office parks in both Cupertino and Sunnyvale, California, the team is working on several hardware and software projects under the umbrella code name of “T288.”


The new operating system, internally dubbed “...

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Comment: Apple’s 2020+ target date for AR headset...

Back in the summer, when rumors of Apple working on augmented reality glasses gained momentum, I wrote an opinion piece addressing the question of whether the Cupertino company could succeed where Google failed.

I ran through the six reasons why I believe Google Glass failed as a consumer product, and looked at the lessons Apple would need to learn.

We heard earlier today that Apple is working toward a target date of no earlier than 2020 for its rumored augmented reality headset, or glasses. And that date gives me more faith in the idea that Apple could indeed pull it off …


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News: Apple Pay Cash finally appears in iOS 11.2 beta

After weeks of speculation about when Apple Pay Cash would be made available to the public and confirmation that Apple employees had been testing it, the feature has finally appeard in the latest iOS 11.2 beta according to an Apple support document. Now users enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program can download the new beta and begin transferring money to one another through the Messages app. The feature only works if the person receiving the…

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Some Google Pixel 2 XL oleophobic coatings are...

Ben Schoon, 9to5Google:

Almost every Android smartphone ships with an oleophobic coating on the glass, and the purpose of that is to help make fingerprints easier to get off of the display. In short, it keeps the oil from your fingertips from adhering to the glass, and it also makes water easier to wipe away.

Over time, this coating wears off, but it usually takes at least a few months or years of intense usage. On the Pixel 2 XL, however, some owners are having this come up within just a couple of weeks.

iPhones have shipped with an oleophobic coating, starting with the iPhone 3GS. This is mature technology. Surprising to see this issue crop up with the Pixel 2.

I’ve got an email in to Google PR asking about this issue, will update this post if and when I get a reply.


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Sonnet crams Thunderbolt 3 eGPU into original Mac...

Mac upgrade company Sonnet has released the eGFX Breakaway Puck, enabling multi-display capabilities in a portable enclosure for Thunderbolt 3 computers.

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Ebates holiday survey: iPhone vs. Samsung Galaxy

In the battle between Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy, American teens and adults are split on which one they want as a holiday gift, according to the Ebates Holiday Survey. 

Over a third (35%) of teens said they either want the iPhone X or the iPhone 8. Overall, adults said the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the smartphone they’d prefer to unwrap (38%). Only 20% of adults want the iPhone X, with a slightly higher percentage (22%) wanting the iPhone 8. 

Also, If you’re planning to buy your teen a pair of Beats wireless earbuds, as 28% of American parents are, you’re in luck. At 44%, it’s the number one trendy teen gift that teens most want to receive.

The national survey was fielded among 1,034 adults and 507 teens by Propeller Insights on behalf of Ebates, which specializes in cash back shopping and subsidiary of the global internet services company Rakuten.

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News: Daily Deal: Movavi Screen Capture Pro for Mac

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering Movavi Screen Capture Pro for only $19 — that’s 68% off the regular price. This handy app makes recording video on your Mac easier than ever, letting you capture any activity from your desktop with just a few clicks. Record software tutorials, game play, or just keep a record of what you’ve been doing on your Mac. You can choose a frame rate from as high as 60 fps or as low as 5 fps, and include…

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Rumor: Apple AR glasses will have a new chip and...

Yesterday Nikkei Asian Review reported that Apple is indeed developing augmented reality (AR) glasses that will go on sale as soon as the end of 2019. Now Bloomberg says the “breakthrough device” will have a new chip and operating system. 

The article claims that the tech giant is designing an in-house chip that’s similar in concept to the “system-on-a-package” component in the Apple Watch. Bloomberg adds that the new operating system, internally dubbed “rOS” for “reality operating system,” is based on iOS. Geoff Stahl, formerly a software manager for games and graphics at Apple, is said to be one of the directors of the “rOS” software group.

The goal is to create a...

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How to record a FaceTime call on macOS High Sierra

If you wish you can record a FaceTime call with macOS High Sierra. Here’s how to do it:
Open QuickTime on your Mac from your dock. It’s in the Applications folder. Or you can use the macOS LaunchPad. Or — my favorite method — you can tell Siri to “Open QuickTime.”

  • Click File in the Menu bar.
  • Click New Screen Recording.
  • Click the arrow next to the record button in the QuickTime window.
  • Choose Internal Microphone from the list of available microphones.
  • Open FaceTime. Its icon should be in the Dock. If not, it’s in the Applications folder. Or you can use the macOS LaunchPad. Or tell Siri to “Open FaceTime.”
  • Click the record button in QuickTime.
  • Click the screen to record your whole screen, or click and drag over the FaceTime window to only record FaceTime.
  • Begin your FaceTime call.
  • When the call is over, click the Stop Recording button in QuickTime.
  • Click File in the Menu bar.
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iOS 11 Passes 50 Percent Adoption In Under 2 Months

An anonymous reader quotes a report from VentureBeat: After a longer wait than usual, Apple today finally released the first official numbers for iOS 11. The various figures and estimates released by marketing and research firms are no longer relevant, as we now know for certain that iOS 11 has passed the 50 percent mark in less than two months. In other words, the latest version of the company's mobile operating system is now on one in every two of its mobile devices. iOS 11 was released on September 13, meaning it took less than seven weeks to reach the majority of users that Apple tracks. While this is certainly impressive, keep in mind that iOS 10 took less than a month and iOS 9 took less than a week to hit the same adoption milestone. Sure, the number of iOS devices is growing, but Apple also cuts down the number allowed to get the latest updates.


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Apple is granted a patent for a web browser with...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,813,479) for a web browser with a  video display history. It involves, of course, Safari on macOS and iOS.

According to the patent, a web browser is configured to provide a video history display of videos that have been displayed in the browser, while excluding from the video history display representations of non-video pages. Safari stores information identifying videos embedded in web pages, including the source network location of the video, and video title, playback time, and representative image of the video (and optionally other attributes). 

The representative image of the video is derived from a frame of the video, and excludes other content from the web page in which the video was embedded, such as text and graphics thereon. The video history display includes only representations of the embedded videos that were displayed in the browser, without including representations of non-video pages.

In the patent filing...

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Early Stocking Stuffer Deal on Treblab RF100...

Don't try to deny it -- the holidays are coming soon and it's probably not a bad time to start thinking about gifts for friends and family. We've got just the thing that will make you a hero, without spending a lot of money! These Treblab RF100 Magnetic HD Noise Cancelling Earphones sound great, look good, and are on sale today for $39.99.

The specifications on the Treblab RF100 earphones are pretty impressive:

  • Bluetooth 4.1 CSR, aptX
  • Bluetooth profiles: HPF, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP
  • Noise cancellation: CVC 6.0
  • Operation time: up to 9 hours
  • Charge time: 2 hours
  • Signal range: 38 feet
  • ...
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Apple AR headset codenamed 'T288' said to...

With the groundwork now being laid in ARKit for iOS 11, Apple is said to be hard at work on a full-fledged augmented reality headset for launch as soon as 2020, running a new operating system dubbed "rOS," a new report claims.

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Apple reportedly aiming to release augmented-reality...

Apple is reportedly gearing up to release its own augmented reality ‘headset’ as early as 2020, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The device would feature an independent screen and integrated chipsets. Bloomberg says the device could ship by 2020, but the plan is ‘very aggressive’ and timelines can always slip back.

Apple is engineering its own system-on-a-package for the headset, similar to the Apple Watch S1 chip. The product would run a new ‘rOS’ operating system, based off of an iOS core.


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Facebook trialling system to combat revenge porn –...

Facebook is trialling an interesting new approach to combatting revenge porn, when someone uploads intimate photos of a former partner to the Internet.

The system it is trying would prevent specific photos ever being uploaded to Facebook, Instagram or Messenger – but you do have to privately share them with Facebook first …


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BetterZip is a useful archiving solution for macOS

By Aaron Lee

MacItBetter's BetterZip 4 is a useful archiving solution for macOS. One of its coolest features is the Direct Mode, which speeds up working with large archives by making archive preparation and recompression obsolete.

The archive password manager helps you work with encrypted archives by collecting a list of archive passwords in your macOS keychain. These can be used automatically whenever you open  encrypted archives. 

BetterZip has a password generator which suggests strong passwords whenever you need them. When you open a file in an archive with the View command and edit it with an external editor, BetterZip will detect the changes and give you the option to update the archive.

Presets can store all the settings that can be applied to an archive, from the destination folder and archive format, to passwords and even a script to execute when the operation completed....

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Majority of iPhones & iPads now running iOS 11,...

Apple has updated its App Store developer page showing that the majority of iPhones and iPads are now running iOS 11


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Following tax investigation, Apple shelters billions...

Apple has apparently found the mother of all tax shelter combinations.

Despite company CEO Tim Cook having stated that “We pay all the taxes we owe, every single dollar. We don’t depend on tax gimmicks, we don’t stash money on some Caribbean island” during a a United States Senate investigative subcommittee hearing in 2013, the company has apparently begun hoarding tax revenue through a connection in Ireland.

Within five months after Cook’s testimony, Irish officials began to crack down on the tax structure Apple was thought to be using. Apple had parked billions of dollars into multiple Irish jurisdictions before settling on the small island of Jersey, which typically does not tax corporate income.

In short, it seems that Apple has placed more than $128 billion in profits offshore, nearly all of these profits having been made since 2007 and the continued extraordinary success of the iPhone.

Apple is not alone, as other companies including Nike, Uber,...

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Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 8, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

macOS Apps/Updates

Everimaging Science and Technology has announced Fotor Photo Editor 3.4.1, an update to their photo editor for macOS. 

The app offers photo editing tools, batch processing of images, a collage maker, a tilt-shift editor to give images improved depth-of-field, 15 different one-tap photo enhancements, and more. Version 3.4.1 offers performance enhancements and bug fixes.

Fotor Photo Editor 3.4.1 requires macOS 10.9 or later. It’s free, and is available worldwide exclusively at the Mac App Store. In-app purchases are available for $3.99 per month or $11.99 annually to access premium features, which include more photo effects...

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Apple Pay Cash now available to try out in iOS 11.2...

If you’ve looking to play around with Apple Pay Cash, now’s your chance.

Apple Pay Cash is now included in the iOS 11.2 public beta, which was released on Tuesday morning. Some developers running iOS 11.2 are also seeing Apple Pay Cash appear as an option in the Messages app this morning.

Since the beginning of October, Apple employees have been testing Apple Pay Cash in a special version of iOS 11.1 that allowed the feature to be enabled through an internal device certificate. The test was initially limited to corporate employees, but later expanded to retail employees. Apple Pay Cash did not end up shipping in iOS 11.1, but it is apparently ready for iOS 11.2.

The Apple Pay Cash feature is also incorporated into the Messages app and is designed for quick person-to-person money transfers, as seen with Square Cash or Venmo. Though most Apple Pay Cash coverage has focused on the iPhone, money can also be sent using an Apple Watch.

As expected, money...

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iFixit publishes iPhone X teardown, finds logic...

Once again, the cool cats at iFixit have gotten their mitts on the new iPhone and published a full teardown of their findings.

Some of the highlights of the teardown included the following:

Battery: The iPhone X uses a two-cell 10.35 Wh battery. Previous iPhones use a single-cell battery.

Logic board: The logic board is, as iFixit puts it, “folded” in half. This is done to make room for more battery.

Qualcomm: This particular iPhone X had Qualcomm LTE chips.

The teardown also noted the TrueDepth camera used for Face ID access.

For those of you possibly looking to open up your iPhone X units and tinker, iFixit gave the new handset a 6 out of 10 for a repairability score (1 being the hardest to repair, 10 being the easiest) and cited the small maze of fragile cables and connectors inside.

Be sure to check out the full teardown and let us know what you think of the new iPhone X in the comments.


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Tuesday November 7

Warby Parker is using face mapping on the iPhone X...

Apple’s new TrueDepth camera system on the iPhone X is an integral piece of Face ID, but the face mapping data it can provide is able to be used for much more. Popular glasses company Warby Parker is using the iPhone X’s face mapping technology to analyze customer face structure and make suggestions on what glasses would look best…


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EU presses Apple for details on latest tax...

The European Union's competition commissioner has asked Apple to update details on its tax situation, following allegations that the company relocated some operations from Ireland to Jersey to avoid higher rates.

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Video: All iPhone X gestures and interactions in...

The home button is now a thing of the past with Apple's flagship iPhone X, leaving users with new gestures and interactions to get the job done. AppleInsider shows you all of the new iPhone X gestures and interactions, including Reachability Mode.

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EU asks Apple for updated tax arrangement info...

European authorities are pressing Apple to share details about its tax arrangements, according to The Washington Post. This news comes following a report yesterday alleging that Apple had shifted its cash hoard to Jersey following skepticism about its agreement in Ireland…


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Apple on Tuesday seeded a second public beta of macOS 10.13.2 to the public, following up on this week's matching developer release.

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Taylor Swift to keep new album off Apple Music,...

Taylor Swift's new album "Reputation" will reportedly be held off of streaming services for at least a week -- including even Apple Music, with which the pop singer has developed close business ties.

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Israeli Company Sues Apple Over Dual-Lens Cameras In...

Corephotonics, an Israeli maker of dual-lens camera technologies for smartphones, has filed a lawsuit against Apple this week alleging that the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus infringe upon four of its patents. Mac Rumors reports: The patents, filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office between November 2013 and June 2016, relate to dual-lens camera technologies appropriate for smartphones, including optical zoom and a mini telephoto lens assembly: U.S. Patent No. 9,402,032; U.S. Patent No. 9,568,712; U.S. Patent No. 9,185,291; U.S. Patent No. 9,538,152. Corephotonics alleges that the two iPhone models copy its patented telephoto lens design, optical zoom method, and a method for intelligently fusing images from the wide-angle and telephoto lenses to improve image quality. iPhone X isn't listed as an infringing product, despite having a dual-lens camera, perhaps because the device launched just four days ago.


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Renault's self-driving car can avoid obstacles...

The Renault Group announced today that its autonomous vehicle control system can avoid obstacles just as well as professional test drivers. The company said that in designing the system, it was actually inspired by these drivers' abilities and used t...

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Twitter makes 280-character tweets official, begins...

Twitter on Tuesday brought a doubled 280-character limit on tweets out of limited testing, making the change official across most countries where the social network operates.

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Low markups in Beijing's gray market suggest...

Gray market iPhone X dealers in Beijing are reportedly charging much smaller premiums for the iPhone X than they did for last year's iPhone 7 Plus, allegedly reflecting lower Chinese demand in general.

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Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad order delays fuel...

Mac users looking to buy the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad face a long wait before getting their hands on the peripheral if they order it through Apple's online store, with the long backorder time potentially suggesting a change to the hardware is on the way.

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AWT News Update: November 7, 2017

After a two-day lapse in the podcast, we're back today with more news from the world of Apple:

  • The iPhone X sold out on Friday morning in 20 major US cities, and Steve lets you know how his pickup experience went
  • AAPL closed up 56¢ a share today, closing at $174.81 and edging the company's market cap tantalizingly close to $900 billion
  • Apple Pay Cash arrives in the public beta of iOS 11.1
  • Austin, Texas is getting a new Apple retail outlet this Saturday
  • Apple is selling $7 billion worth of bonds to fund the stock buyback program and green energy initiatives

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


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Snapchat says ‘disruptive’ redesign coming soon as...

Snap Inc. today announced its Q3 2017 earnings, missing big compared to Wall Street expectations. The company added just 4.5 million new users during the quarter, compared to expectations of 8 million. The company’s ad rates also took a nose dive, down 60 percent year-over-year.

In an effort to help mitigate the slowing growth, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel announced that a major redesign is on the way for the app…


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Setapp by the numbers: here’s how the ‘Netflix of...

MacPaw’s Setapp subscription app service is about to enter its second year since launching a public beta last December and is officially opening for business in January. So, how is the Netflix of Mac apps doing so far? MacPaw shared a few key numbers with 9to5Mac to offer a glimpse at the business of selling subscriptions to Mac app bundles. more…

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Encryption debate may start anew with discovery of...

The Sutherland Springs church shooting in Texas is likely to restart the smartphone encryption debate, with the FBI in possession of the shooter's locked and encrypted smartphone.

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Twitter expands character limit to 280 for all, says...

Twitter today has announced that it will be raising its character limit from 140 to 280 for all users. Twitter first began testing the increased limit back in September, which came with a lot of criticism from users.


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“Tweeting made easier” – Twitter lifts the 140...

Twitter says it probably won’t affect your timeline much but that depends entirely on who you follow. I expect my timeline will explode in size.

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Prototype Review: XGIMI CC Aurora Wireless Projector

Projectors for watching movies or making presentations have always had two problems — they’re relatively expensive and can be bulky. The XGIMI CC Aurora is an Apple AirPlay-compatible portable wireless projector that is about to change all of that. I had a chance to review a prototype of the XGIMI CC Aurora, and if you have any interest in a tiny projector with a big picture and great sound, I encourage you to check out the Indiegogo campaign at the link above and pre-order one at US$399.

XGIMI CC Aurora Wireless Projector mounted on a tripod. Image © 2017, Steven Sande

That campaign has nearly doubled its goal, and the unit is expected to ship in January. So, what is this cool little cube? To start off with, it’s an Android-based smart projector so it’s possible to load apps onto it that extend its capabilities. Some of those apps are already installed, allowing you...

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Warby Parker’s app is cleverly using the iPhone X’s...

Sadly, I’m in the market for glasses but dread going in to a store to try them on. This might resolve that pain point for me.

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Apple Pay Cash launches in beta today, letting you...

Feel free to send me money as a test.

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Apple sued over dual-camera technology used in...

Apple is the target of yet another patent infringement suit. According to a new report from Reuters, Israeli start-up Corephotonics has filed a patent suit against Apple alleging that the dual-camera technology used in the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus infringe on its patented technology…


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Deals: 27" iMac 5K $1,649; $200 off 15"...

Pre-Black Friday deals are heating up this week with instant markdowns on iMacs, MacBooks, iPads and Apple TV 4Ks in addition to 0% special financing offers. Save $150 on a 27" iMac 5K or $200 on a 15" MacBook Pro. Apple iPads are also $60 to $100 off, while Apple TV 4Ks are $169. All with no tax collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.

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Behind the scenes of a cinematic short film shot...

Less than a week after release, the iPhone X is being quickly put through its paces by photo and video professionals eager to explore the new capabilities afforded by its new camera system. We’ve already seen the camera put head to head with a Panasonic GH5, and photography experts have weighed in on the update. Now, the French production team AmnesiArt has released a cinematic short film shot entirely on the iPhone X.


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Israel-based Corephotonics sues Apple over iPhone 7...

Israel-bases company Corephotonics has sued Apple, alleging that the iPhone manufacturer has used four of its patents surrounding dual-camera technology in the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus without permission or licensing.

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Review: Harman-Kardon Invoke Voice Activated Speaker...

We want very much to believe in so-called "virtual assistants." We're nerds, we like Star Trek, we want to talk to our computers and have them do everything for us. We want to live in the future, but we're stuck in the present, just trying to make the best of it. Right now, the biggest players are competing to get users committed to their own virtual assistants and, by extension, their hardware and software ecosystems. Though most of the war is being fought inside smartphones, some significant battles are taking place on your desk, kitchen counter, and bedside table with smart speakers. As we wait for Apple's entry into this market, we're taking a look at luxury speaker brand Harman Kardon's Invoke speaker featuring Microsoft's Cortana virtual assistant. Though Harman Kardon's design chops are evident in the Invoke, we think they may have chosen the wrong virtual assistant.{/exp:char_limit}

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Apple Pay Cash support arrives in iOS 11.2 beta as...

Just a day after developers were supplied with a second pre-release beta of iOS 11.2, Apple issued a new build for public testers as well, but with one small surprise: Apple Pay Cash is now available to try ahead of its public launch.

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Play a game, help dementia researchers

One of the issues that researchers looking into the causes and cures for dementia run into is not having enough data to know when a person begins to show symptoms of the disease. The folks at GLITCHERS and scientists from University College London, University of East Anglia, and Alzheimer's Research created an iOS game called Sea Hero Quest that leverages Apple's ResearchKit framework to let researchers capture anonymized data for study.

The researchers say that playing the game for just 2 minutes generates the equivalent of 5 hours of lab-based research data, so the game is surprisingly useful to them. At this point, over 3 million people have played the game, all contributing data to the largest dementia study ever.

What the game does in the guise of having fun is actually capture information about human spatial navigation. An early sign of dementia is the loss of navigational skills, and one...

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Report: iPhone beat out Samsung in US smartphone...

A new report from Strategy Analytics is out today with its estimates on smartphone shipments in the US during Q3 2017 (Apple’s fiscal Q4 2017). The new data suggests that Apple took the top spot for the most smartphone sales in the US.


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Analyst: the Mac’s building momentum is now...

Apple’s Macs have been building momentum, and that's finally started to translate into sales, IDC Research Director Linn Huang told Computerworld.

Apple recorded revenue of $25.8 billion from Mac sales in its fiscal 2017, which ended Sept. 30. Mac unit sales of nearly 5.4 million bested both industry and financial analysts' expectations. Before Apple released its data, research firm IDC had pegged Apple's number at 4.9 million, while rival Gartner offered an even lower estimate: 4.6 million. And according to Philip Elmer-DeWitt, who regularly polls Wall Street for quarterly forecasts, every analyst from a group of more than two dozen undershot Mac sales, some by over half a million machines.


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Today’s cheapest iPhone vs the PalmPilot: 20 years...

For many of us, this article will be a wistful trip down memory lane. For many more of you, it will invoke pity of those of us old enough to have used a PalmPilot.

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Corephotonics sues Apple for .… what else? …....

Another day, another lawsuit. As noted by MacRumors, Corephotonics, an Israeli maker of dual-lens camera technologies for smartphones, has filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus infringe upon four of its patents. The patents relate to dual-lens camera technologies appropriate for smartphones, including optical zoom and a mini telephoto lens assembly.

Corephotonics describes itself as “the pioneer and worldwide market leader of dual camera technologies for mobile devices.” The company was established in 2012 by serial entrepreneurs Professor David Mendlovic, Dr. Gal Shabtay, Mr. Eran Kali, Dr. Noy Cohen and Mr. Ephraim Goldenberg. Corephotonics claims to be the first company to design, develop, and commercialize a “uniformly superior, uncompromising, next-generation zoom dual camera.”

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First look: ElevationDock 4 is first MFi-certified...

Accessory maker ElevationLab is back at it with their fourth-generation iPhone and iPad charging dock, using an integrated Lightning connector, adjustable plug and back, and micro suction cups to allow for sturdy one-handed undocking.

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Apple Pay Cash now available in beta on iOS 11.2 and...

Apple Pay Cash is now available in beta for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. The new feature lets you send and receive payments using Apple Pay over iMessage as well as pay in stores with a new Apple Pay Cash virtual debit card.


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Photonium is a new, minimalist web browser for macOS

Minder Softworks has announced Photonium, a minimalist web browser for macOS (10.11 and higher). It offers the unique ability to view photos stored in Apple's Photos app in a separate pane. 

This capability allows users to drag and drop photos to upload to Craigslist, eBay, Amazon Prints, Wordpress sites, and more. Traditionally, users who have their photos organized in are unable to drag from Photos directly into their web browser to upload images. Instead, they must save images from the software to their desktop or other folder, switch applications to their browser, then upload their files. This then leaves the extra image files on their desktop or in another folder, which must then be deleted.

Photonium simplifies this process by combining a minimalist web browser with a Photo library browser. Users slick a button in Photonium's window title bar to reveal the images and movies that are saved in Photos. They can view by album and adjust the size of the...

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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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Rumor: Apple is developing AR glasses for 2019

Apple is indeed developing augmented reality (AR) glasses that will go on sale as soon as the end of 2019, Jeff Pu, an analyst at Yuanta Investment Consulting, told the Nikkei Asian Review

He hints that Apple metal frame and casing supplier Catcher Technology  would be making the metal components for such a gadget. Apple is more interested in AR than virtual reality (VR), because the former connects people whereas the latter is often an isolating experience involving a headset that renders the user blind to the real world.

The Financial Times reported in August that Apple is experimenting with various types of augmented reality (AR) glasses. Some use their own...

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