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Wednesday November 11

Tim Cook meets with UK finance chief to discuss...

During a recent visit to the UK, Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down to discuss Apple Pay with Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, suggesting the budding payments service could get a government-sponsored boost in streamlining adoption.

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Notable apps and app updates for November 11, 2015

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 for iOS and tvOS.

iOS Apps/Updates

Gorillized Corp. has announced Outline 3.7, an update to the smart digital notebook for iOS devices. The app offers formatting tools, various types of content (text, images, inks, tags, web content, etc.), synchronization options and Microsoft OneNote compatibility. Version 3.7 supports the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Outline’s regular price is $11.99, but version 3.7 will cost $2.99 for the first week after release. There is also a lite version of Outline, where Microsoft OneNote compatibility is offered via an in-app purchase.

Viqua Games has unleashed...

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AWT News Update: November 11, 2015

iPad Pro (back), iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 2. Photo©2015 Steven Sande

It was a surprise, and as a result, this is iPad Pro Day on Apple World Today:

  • iPad Pros are in stock except for some models, while the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard aren't available anywhere
  • Ars Technica did benchmarks, and the Pro is a monster in GPU performance
  • The Irish Independent catches Tim Cook calling the Microsoft Surface Book "deluded"

Text is below, and if you'd like to see the iPad Pro in Steve's hands, watch the video.

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Watch out, Venmo: Person-to-person payments may be...

Apple is in talks with major banks on an extension of its Apple Pay service that would allow person-to-person payments.

The discussions are continuing and it’s unclear whether any banks have struck a deal with Apple, reported The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, citing “people familiar with the talks.”

The newspaper said the envisaged service would allow users to send payments from their checking accounts to others using their phone and isn’t imminent. It said one person had told it the service could launch in 2016.

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Disney Infinity 3.0 coming to Apple TV bundled with...

Popular Disney-themed sandbox game Disney Infinity -- which melds physical toys with a virtual universe -- is set to debut on the Apple TV, one of the first console games to make the jump to Apple's new set-top box.

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Apple working with banks for mobile person-to-person...

Apple is in discussions with U.S. banks such as J.P. Morgan Chase, Capital One, Wells Fargo, and U.S. Bancorp to develop a mobile person-to-person payment service that would compete with PayPal’s Venmo platform, reports The Wall Street Journal, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the talks.”

The article describes the talks as ongoing and notes that it’s unclear if Apple and any banks have struck a deal. If — and that’s with a capital I — the deals are worked out, the service could launch next year. The WSJ says that, under the current discussions, Apple wouldn’t charge the banks for participating in its person-to-person payment service, which is different from Apple Pay in which the banks pay Apple for each transaction.

Person-to-person services like Venmo and Square Cash...

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Mophie introduces new power banks with a sleek...


Just a few weeks after launching a new slim iPhone 6/s battery case and power bank, Mophie is back again today with five new external batteries. We’ve seen a lot of power banks in our day – and regularly have deals too – but the new Mophie powerstations use an aluminum shell that, from pictures alone, standout from the pack.

Available in five different capacities, each model provides a different feature set focused on a variety of needs. The smaller 1X provides a 2,000mAh battery with speeds up to 1.8A. Going up to the...

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Tim Cook met with UK officials this week to talk...

Apple CEO Tim Cook visiting app developers in London this week

Tim Cook reportedly met with U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne this week to discuss Apple Pay and regulations in the country as the Apple CEO continues a tour to meet government officials, app developers, and students abroad.

Bloomberg reports that Osborne offered details of the discussion at a recent talk noting that the two “spoke extensively about Apple Pay” and that the UK Chancellor is “committed to ensuring that regulators don’t stifle innovation”:...

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Apple considering person-to-person payments for...

The next phase of Apple's mobile payments initiative could reportedly include a new feature that allows users to send money to one another directly, with negotiations between Apple and major U.S. banks already underway.

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Apple in talks to launch person-to-person Apple Pay...

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple is actively in talks to launch a new person-to-person mobile payments service, like Apple Pay but for sending money between friends and family. Apple is in discussions with US banks to negotiate terms for the new service, which could launch next year. The publication says it is unclear if any deals have been struck to date and technical implementation details remain in flux.

Essentially, imagine AirDrop for mobile payments between people. This would essentially pit Apple Pay against other friend-to-friend payment solutions like PayPal’s Venmo, Facebook Messenger payments and similar services. Even Gmail...

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iPad Pro has M9 motion coprocessor, but lacks always...

Though it includes the same M9 motion coprocessor as the new iPhone 6s series, Apple's iPad Pro does not offer support for always-on "Hey Siri" voice controls when operating on battery power.

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Happy Hour Podcast 040 | iPad Pro day

Apple’s iPad Pro is now available for sale and we’re got the details on everything you need to know. From the best iPad Pro cases to other retailers that will have stock. Along with that, we get into some new Apple TV details that you might want to know about and Apple Music hits … Android.

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Ten new iPad Pro details you’ll want to know before...

Just as predicted by my colleague Mark Gurman, the iPad Pro became available to purchase today, making a rare simultaneous appearance in Apple’s online and physical stores without any preorder period. Consequently, it’s actually possible to walk into an Apple Store today to buy one — and if my experience today is any indication, there probably won’t even be much of a line.

If you’re still unsure as to whether you want an iPad Pro, I’ve put together this quick guide to some of the real-world things people will want to know about the new 12.9″ iPad before making a purchase — including some comparison photos and other hands-on details. Enjoy the details and galleries below…

1. How Big Is Big? How much space are you really going to...

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Apple releases another update for iWork for Mac and...

Under the shadow of the sale of the iPad Pro, Apple on Wednesday released updates for the Mac and iOS versions of Keynote, Numbers, and Pages. The new updates come about a month after Apple released iWork updates that featured support for OS X El Capitan.

The updates are all available in the App Store in the Updates section. For details on what’s in the updates, see the release notes below.

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Google Makes Maps Useful in the Boonies

Google on Tuesday began rolling out an offline mode for Google Maps. Users can download a regional map -- say, a city, county or country -- either by tapping "download" on a search result or by going to "Offline Areas" in the Google Maps menu and tapping on the "+" button. The downloaded map will function in offline mode automatically when the user enters an area with poor or no connectivity, and it will switch back online when a connection becomes available.

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First look: Apple's iPad Pro with 12.9-inch...

Apple's new iPad Pro is here, boasting 5.6 million pixels packed into its 12.9-inch Retina display, along with a powerful A9X processor that actually outclasses the new 12-inch MacBook. AppleInsider offers a first look at the jumbo-sized, top-of-the-line iPad.

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Deals: iPad Pros in stock, $150-$170 off iMac 5Ks, $...

All silver and gold iPad Pros are shipping out next day at modest discounts. Plus the lowest prices ever on key 2015 MacBook Pros ($150-$350 off instantly), $150 -$170 off Apple's new 2015 iMac 5Ks (or Free AppleCare and cash discounts), half off water-proof iPhone 6 cases and more.

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iWorks: A whole lotta updatin' going on

Along with a totally new device (the iPad Pro) coming out today, Apple today released updates to all of the iWork apps both on iOS and Mac OS X.

The updates primarily do two things: provide bug fixes for compatibility with Microsoft Office documents and make the apps more stable on both platforms. 

The Mac update fixed an issue in Keynote when exporting presentations as images, and another with master slides that included links. Pages on the Mac can now open some Microsoft Word documents that were previously impossible to open, and resolves an issue that prevented the use of Look Up for words in lists. Numbers can now open more Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.

On the iOS side, Apple fixed Keynote for an issue when opening presentations that contained many images, and Numbers got a fix for a problem where documents wouldn't open to the last saved position. 

If you're not a current user of Apple's productivity suite -- which is available on Mac OS X, iOS and...

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Google Will Retire Chrome Support For XP, Vista, OS...

An anonymous reader writes: Google has announced it is extending Chrome support for Windows XP until April 2016. The company will also end Chrome support for Windows Vista, OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion at the same time. This means Google will provide regular Chrome updates and security patches for users on these operating systems for five more months. After that, the browser will still work, but it will be stuck on the last version released in April.


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Microsoft's Surface Book 'tries too hard...

Apple chief Tim Cook had some harsh words for Microsoft during a stop in Ireland on Wednesday, saying that the Redmond firm's latest Surface Book -- which competes with both the iPad and the MacBook lineup -- "really succeeds at being neither" a tablet nor notebook.

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Early iPad Pro reviews: Apple's massive new...

The iPad Pro is a giant iPad. The 12.9-inch addition to Apple’s tablet line-up went on sale today, and according to early looks at the Pro from a few major publications, the massive iPad will be familiar to anyone who’s used one of its predecessors.

But its big display, while the most noticeable of the Pro’s features, isn’t its only selling point. Critics say the Pro’s 4GB of RAM is the reason why iOS 9’s trio of multitasking features—Split View, Picture-in-Picture, and Slide Over—are extra useful and lightning fast on the new tablet compared to older ones.

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Decryption Tool Foils Linux Server Ransomware Attacks

Bitdefender on Monday released a free decryption tool designed to wrest data from the grip of a rare type of ransomware that's been plaguing Linux servers. Details for performing the decryption are available on the company's website. Essentially, the solution takes advantage of a flaw in the ransomware, which Bitdefender discovered through reverse-engineering. The ransomware attacks came to light last week, when Dr.Web reported that extortionists have been exploiting vulnerabilities in software running on Linux servers.

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External Link: Apple Music Arrives on Android

If you’ve been waiting to listen to Apple Music on an Android device, now’s your chance. Apple has released the Apple Music app on the Google Play store. The free 29 MB app lets you access your For Your recommendations, playlists, and iCloud Music Library collection.


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iPad Pro now available through Apple online store,...

Apple is now taking online orders for the iPad Pro, both via its Apple Store web site as well as the Apple Store app. The first iPad Pro online orders will arrive on Friday, November 13th when one-day shipping is selected, and Apple’s site is also listing the tablet as available for purchase in many retail stores beginning today.

The Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard will not be arriving until late next week and are not available for in-store pickup at the current time.

The iPad Pro is Apple’s new flagship tablet, measuring in at 12.9 inches diagonally. It includes a Retina display, a four speaker audio system, 4GB RAM, and a set of...

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Jony Ive interview: The story of the Apple Pencil

Sir Jony Ive does an excellent job conveying the aesthetic of the Apple Pencil.

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Using Maps to tell if a store takes Apple Pay

Stores that take Apple Pay have an indicator on their Apple Maps page.

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Steve Jobs, the movie, unceremoniously dumped out of...

A disaster at the box office. Some numbers.

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The iPad Pro’s nifty battery trick

That is one clever little trick.

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Podcast 482: Who does the iPad Pro work for?

The iPad Pro: (huh, good god, y'all) who is it good for? Absolutely everyone? Absolutely no one? Or somewhere in between? Glenn and Susie discuss the upcoming mega-tablet, and how it was probably inevitable even though it's not going to *halt the sale of computers,* no matter what kind of jive Tim Cook manages to say with a straight face. (There's a weird little nugget of potentially bad news buried in that same interview, actually, that got totally overshadowed by the hyperbole, which is a shame.)

Elsewhere, we discuss some proof-of-concept ransomware for the Mac (that's bad), the cool-sounding new HDR app from Macphun (that's good), and some awesome tips for the new Apple TV, which got its first update this week, which reminded us all—hey, you can't back this thing up, can you? Aw geez, here we go again. (Also, Glenn still has fiber internet. Shocker.)


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Apple announces 1,000 jobs for Cork with campus...

This is a long term commitment to Ireland.

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Worldwide links to buy the iPad Pro, with prices

Easy enough to find your local Apple Store link, but seeing all the places and prices together like this was kind of interesting.

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Logitech unveils accessories specially designed for...

Logitech has unveiled accessories designed in collaboration with Apple for the new iPad Pro: the Logi CREATE Backlit Keyboard Case with Smart Connector and the Logi CREATE Protective Case with Any-angle Stand

The Logi CREATE Keyboard Case is the first third-party keyboard on the market to leverage Apple’s new Smart Connector, eliminating the need to power on, connect or charge the keyboard, says Michele...

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Gruber’s iPad Pro review and the quest to replace...

Read my post to get my take on the iPad Pro as a replacement for your laptop, then go read John Gruber’s iPad Pro review. There’s much more to it than these bits I’ve quoted in my post and well worth your time.

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iPad Pro reviews: great hardware, but potential is...

Early looks at Apple's gargantuan new tablet have begun to trickle in, with most reviewers coming to relatively similar conclusions: the iPad Pro is an excellent machine and the best iPad yet, but iOS means it won't be a laptop replacement anytime soon.

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iPad Pro, Smart Keyboard, and Apple Pencil on sale...

After months of waiting, today’s the day you can order a 12.9-inch iPad Pro online in 40 countries around the world.

The supersized tablet starts at $799 and goes all the way up to $1079, not including accessories like the $99 Apple Pencil, $169 Smart Keyboard, and various cases ($79 for silicone and $59 for smart covers) that are also on sale online. The first Pros will be delivered on Friday with $19 one-day shipping. If you select free shipping, your Pro will arrive on Monday. Some Apple Store locations are offering free in-store pick-up starting today, so check your nearby store's inventory to see if that option is available.

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Apple to launch 1,000 new jobs in Ireland

Apple plans to hire an additional 1,000 workers in Ireland, reports Reuters. Ireland's main foreign investment agency, the IDA, says the Cupertino, California-Based company will add 1,000 jobs to its office in Cork by mid-2017 from 5,000 at present. 

Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Reuters that the company had also added 1,000 jobs in the past year. He said the deal showed that the controversy around Apple's tax deal "hasn't affected their enthusiasm for Ireland".

"I think they are bringing a lot of intellectual property onshore too, but that's less clear," he said.

The EU, Europe’s anti-trust and consumer investigation agency, has claimed that Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have attracted investment and jobs by helping big companies avoid tax in other countries, including EU members. The...

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Mac ransomware is nothing to worry about—for now

Apple computers haven’t been impacted by ransomware, a pervasive and insidious class of malware that encrypts files on a computer in exchange for a ransom.

That’s not because Apple’s operating system is any more secure than Windows; it’s more that malware writers haven’t gotten around to writing ransomware for OS X since infecting Windows machines has been so profitable.

However, a Brazilian security researcher, Rafael Salema Marques, decided to show how easy it would be for malware writers to target OS X in a polished experiment that took him a couple of days.

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IHS: iPad Pro shows Apple’s long term commitment to...

With today’s launch of the iPad Pro, Apple is making a long-term commitment to the tablet, according to Rhoda Alexander of IHS Technology, a provider of global market, industry and technical expertise. 

“With a mid-November launch, Apple may struggle to reach the three million mark on sales of the new iPad Pro, but supply is likely to be more of an obstacle than demand,” she says. “With the current 2015 production outlook targeting a figure slightly below two million units demand could easily outstrip supply.”

In 2013 11-inch and larger tablets accounted for just 3.1 million units in an overall market of 241 million. That’s a figure equal to shipments of the original iPad in its first quarter on the market. In 2015 that number is expected to pass 10 million units, with a solid boost from the new iPad Pro.

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The iPad Pro

First impressions last a lifetime, goes the adage. You’re going to have to forget your first impressions of the iPad to understand the iPad Pro.

When Apple introduced the original iPad in 2010, it was explicitly positioned in a new role for a device — somewhere between an iPhone and a MacBook. That seems obvious, but the problem, for the iPad, is that people loved their iPhones and MacBooks. The only way iPad would succeed, Steve Jobs said, was if it were “far better at doing some key things” than either an iPhone or MacBook.

Apple succeeded. Simply by nature of having a bigger display, the iPad was better than the iPhone for numerous tasks — watching videos or reading long-form text, to name just two. No one would dispute that bigger displays are better for certain tasks — you can prove the...

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Apple will add 1,000 positions for manufacturing,...

In a visit to Dublin on Wednesday, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed that his company will hire 1,000 new employees at its international operations in Cork, Ireland, bringing the total number of workers there to 6,000, some of which are locally assembling Apple hardware.

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China smashes sales records during its version of...

In the US there's Black Friday, but in China, they get all their big online shopping discounts on November 11 aka "Singles Day" instead. As of 4:28am ET today, Alibaba's Tmall, the Chinese equivalent of Amazon, has already made over $11 billion whi...

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First look: Logitech Create is first third-party...

Just hours after Apple opened the iPad Pro preorder floodgates, Logitech unveiled its first accessories for the jumbo-sized tablet, including the Create Backlit Keyboard Case, a folio-style protector with full-size keyboard, Smart Connector support and more. AppleInsider goes hands-on.

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iPad Pro review: Mac-like speed with all the virtues...

Enlarge / The iPad Pro, Smart Keyboard, and Apple Pencil. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

This year, Apple seems to want to push the iPad and the Mac as close together as it can without actually combining them into a single product. Earlier this spring, the new MacBook brought a super slim profile, a Retina display, and a simple-to-a-fault one-port-for-everything design to a fanless computer that still runs OS X. And now, the iPad Pro is bringing a MacBook Air-level processor, more memory, a larger screen, and a first-party keyboard accessory to a big tablet that still runs iOS 9.

It’s Apple’s take on the same basic idea as Microsoft’s Surface Pro lineup, and just as Microsoft has advertised the Surface as “the tablet that can replace your laptop,” Apple is...

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∞ Review: iPad Pro

I’ve been using the iPad Pro for just over a week now and I’ll tell you, I’m more impressed than what I thought I would be. The first question I set out to solve was “who is the target market for iPad Pro?” While I thought that would be a difficult question to answer, it turned out to be quite simple. More on that later. [...]

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The Alpha2 robot will dance its way into your house...

The field of human-like household robots got a little more crowded today as Ubtech Robotics launched a crowdfunding campaign for its new Alpha2 humanoid companion-bot. This diminutive domestic drone is designed on the same premise as today's smartp...

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Logitech's iPad Pro keyboard case is relatively...

Apple's iPad Pro is pricey even before you add in the $169 official keyboard case, but Logitech may have a way to make the whole package a little more palatable. It's now shipping its promised Create Keyboard Case for the gigantic tablet, and the a...

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16 weird, crazy apps for the new Apple TV

The good, the bad, and the ugly

If you have one of the new Apple TVs, chances are that any non-game apps you’ve downloaded are media streaming apps, like Netflix or TED. It’s the Apple TV, after all.

But that hasn’t stopped developers from creating apps for this new platform that have nothing to do with watching films or TV shows—or, indeed, much to do with reality or common sense, it would sometimes appear. We’ve scoured the entire tvOS App Store to find those apps that can charitably be described as “pushing the boundaries” of what you might want to do on a 55-inch screen in your living room.

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Guitar Hero Live now available on Apple TV, but you...

As demoed by Apple on stage, the latest instalment of Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero Live, is now available on Apple TV. It’s just like classic Guitar Hero, a three-lane rhythm based game, but modernised with better visuals, ‘real’ band members, enhanced crowd reactions, and more.

On the iPhone and iPad version, you can play two trial songs for free or pay $50 via In-App Purchase to unlock the full game with 38 additional songs. However, on Apple TV, the game is completely non-functional without the controller accessory. You have to buy the controller for the game to work at all. Incidentally, you can...

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LinkedIn promises to send only the messages you...

LinkedIn is working on an email, text and push notifications platform called Air Traffic Controller (ATC), perhaps in an effort to avoid losing more money to settle another lawsuit. The social network for professionals was notorious for spamming me...

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You can now install popular automatic screen...

With iOS 9, it is now possible to install screen brightness app Flux (or f.lux). Flux adjusts screen brightness and color depending on the time of day automatically, so you aren’t blasted with bright light at bedtime or early in the morning. Due to App Store restrictions, Flux has been only available on the Mac OS X platform until now. Whilst it isn’t available through the App Store, you can now download and install the Flux beta for iPhone and iPad by sideloading the app through Xcode on the Mac.

It sounds complicated but it’s actually really easy to do. Apple lifted the developer limitations on device app sideloading earlier this year, so it’s completely free. Until Apple relaxes App Store policies, this will be the only way to do this. Read the...

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Microsoft wants to make Bitcoin easier for banks

Microsoft no longer solely counts on Windows 10 to pay the bills. With CEO Satya Nadella at the helm, it's also betting heavily on cloud services, and just revealed an interesting new one: Bitcoin-style encryption. Redmond joined forces with startu...

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Apple acquired 15 companies this year, but the...

Over the past 12 months of Apple's fiscal 2015 (ending in September), the company "completed 15 acquisitions to enhance and accelerate our roadmap for products and services," noted its chief executive Tim Cook in the company's quarterly earnings call. However, the identity of only nine of these are known, and some of those haven't been confirmed.

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iPad Pro now on sale online

Currently available for delivery on Friday (at least in the U.S.) if you specify next day shipping.

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Apple kicks off iPad Pro preorders online, in-store...

As promised, Apple on Wednesday initiated preorders sales of its all new iPad Pro, the company's first ever 12.9-inch tablet with Smart Connector and support for Apple Pencil, announcing immediate in-store availability.

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Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro is now available to order...

Update: If you order an iPad Pro right now, Apple is quoting Friday delivery. The Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories are already backordered at least 5-7 business days. Some customers are seeing same-day in-store pick up options for iPad Pro.

In September Apple unveiled the long awaited larger iPad Pro to the public, and today customers can finally start placing orders for the 12.9-inch tablet before models hit stores later this week. iPad Pro-only accessories including the Apple Pencil digital stylus and new Smart Keyboard cover are also available to purchase on and through the Apple Store app. On Monday Apple announced that the iPad Pro and would be hitting Apple...

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Tuesday November 10

Adele might skip '25' release on Spotify...

Less than two weeks before Adele's highly anticipated album "25" is set to drop, the artist's camp is at odds with Spotify over limiting playback to paying subscribers, meaning the streaming music firm might see another huge release slip through its hands to land on subscription services like Apple Music.

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Periscope for iOS updated w/ 3D Touch support, new...

Popular live streaming app Periscope has today announced a major update for its iOS app, bringing with it a handful of new features and optimizations for Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The update bumps the app to version 1.3 and was detailed in a blog post on Medium by Periscope.

First off, the update introduces a new version of the app’s popular Global Map feature. This capability was originally introduced back in June with a handful of limitations. The Global Map didn’t originally show replays and was limited to showing 250 total broadcasts. Now, the app is capable of showing more streams, as well as replays. Live streams are denoted by red dots, while blue dots represent replays from the last 24 hours.

Next up, the...

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Popular Instagram client removed from App Store for...

Apple today has pulled a popular Instagram client from the App Store after it was found to be harvesting usernames and passwords. First noticed by developer David L-R on Twitter, the Instagram client InstaAgent has been pulled from the App Store. The app, downloaded more than half a million times, touted that it would let you see who had been viewing your Instagram profile.

David L-R notes in his tweets that InstaAgent was sending account information, including usernames and passwords, unencrypted to a remote server that was not connected to Instagram officially in any way, shape, or form. In extreme cases, InstaAgent was using that login information to post photos to users’ accounts without their consent.

The app seemingly had passed Apple’s review process without...

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T-Mobile debuts 'Binge On' free video...

T-Mobile during its "UncarrierX" event on Tuesday unveiled "Binge On," a free video streaming program that provides subscribers of certain price tiers access to 480p or better content from select apps including Netflix and HBO.

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Deep Learning App Targets Malware

Here's the problem with most programs aimed at killing malicious software: They need someone to tell them something's malicious. What if, however, the programs had the smarts to identify bad code on their own? That's what a company called Deep Instinct says its security solution, launched last week, can do. The offering works its magic with a technology called "deep learning." "Deep learning draws its inspiration from the human mind. It organizes itself into a structure of synthetic neurons," explained analyst Bruce Daley.

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Apple pulls popular Instagram client '...

A popular Instagram profile analyzer was on Tuesday pulled from the iOS App Store after being outed as malware by a German developer who found the app harvesting usernames and passwords.

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This iPhone app shows you which stores near you...

Apple Pay has been around for a little over a year, but it’s still difficult to know which stores let you bust out your iPhone or Apple Watch to pay.

Pay Finders is a free iOS app to help you find a store near you with the NFC technology needed to accept Apple Pay. It’s not the first app of its kind, but its creator, entrepreneur Brian Roemmele, told Re/code that he hopes to make it be the most accurate by using crowd-sourced data from Apple Pay users, as well as the business owners themselves.

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AWT News Update: November 10, 2015

Damn, that's a lot of magenta...

Developers are happy! Tim Cook is happy! John Legere is happy! It's a happy day all around on the AWT News Update:

  • Devs get Tech Talks for tvOS/Apple TV and a lot of TestFlight love
  • Tim Cook gives a long interview with The Telegraph and talks about cannibalization (of the iPad mini, don't worry)
  • T-Mo is going all video-happy with BingeON

Text version is below, video edition is here

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for November 10, 2015. Just a reminder, if you happen to run a company...

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The best iPad Pro cases, covers, keyboards &...

With iPad Pro officially going on sale tomorrow (possibly at midnight tonight Cupertino time if Apple follows past launches), it’s time to move our attention to accessories for the device.

Will you go the Apple route and stock up on the official but pricey Apple keyboard, case & cover, and Apple Pencil? Or perhaps you’re looking for accessories with features that aren’t offered by Apple’s. Whatever the case, below we’ve started rounding up the best of the best accessories for iPad Pro. Most are available to order now while a couple are coming soon. We’ll be adding more as they pop up in the weeks following the iPad Pro’s launch.


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NSFW: T-Mobile hurls insults at competitors AT&T...

Warning: Graphic language
T-Mobile CEO poked fun and insulted competitors AT&T, Verizon and Sprint during a company event.

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The Week in Mac Apps: Writing Challenge helps cure...

... plus disk cleaning apps, photo editors, and more!

In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we’ve got a couple of apps to help you with your NaNoWriMo deadlines—one that helps you get out of your head and focus, and a writing tool that takes a different approach to editing corrections. Read on!

Dapper 2.24

If your entire musical world doesn’t happen to revolve around Apple’s ecosystem, Map-Pin’s $20 Dapper (Mac App Store Link) might be worth a look.

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Apple increases TestFlight beta groups to 2,000...

Apple announced Tuesday that developers can now invite up to 2,000 users to help beta test apps for both iOS and the recently-released tvOS through its TestFlight evaluation tool.

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Google Opens Floodgates for TensorFlow Development

Google on Monday announced the release of TensorFlow, its second-generation machine learning system, to the open source community. It's offering TensorFlow as a standalone library with associated tools, tutorials and examples under the Apache 2.0 license. Google uses TensorFlow in deep learning, Google Search and other applications. Apps built with TensorFlow can move seamlessly from desktops to mobile phones, and the system is ready for production.

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T-Mobile’s UnCarrier X: Unlimited video streaming,...

As was widely rumored, T-Mobile has today announced at their UnCarrier X event that customers can now stream unlimited video from certain services without impacting their data caps. The new program is called Binge On (not all too different than the company’s previously-launched Music Freedom in principle), and the list of compatible services includes many favorites like ESPN, Netflix, HBO Now, and more. The company also announced new Simple Choice plans…

Here’s the full list of supported services:

Crackle, Encore, ESPN, Fox Sports, Fox Sports Go, HBO Now, HBO Go, Hulu, MLB, Movieplex, NBC Sports, Netflix, Sling TV, Sling Box, SHOWTIME, STARZ, T-Mobile TV, Univision Deportes, Ustream, Vessel, Vevo, VUD

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T-Mobile will let video stream for free

T-Mobile will exempt certain video providers from data caps.

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Google bringing expanded offline maps, navigation to...

iPhone owners will soon be able to get the same convenient offline access to maps, navigation information, and point-of-interest data promised to Android users in a future Google Maps update, the search firm said Tuesday.

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Apple doubles external TestFlight testers to 2,000...

In addition to several new software betas and new Tech Talks today, Apple has more developer news to share today. Starting today, TestFlight will now support up to 2,000 external testers for iOS and tvOS. TestFlight allows developers to easily share pre-release versions of their apps with a large group of external testers outside of their own development team.

TestFlight was previously limited to 1,000 external testers on iOS and tvOS. Internal testing is limited to 25 team members on 10 devices each. Apple also notes on its TestFlight website that beta periods now last 60 days versus 30 days before.

Since acquiring TestFlight last year, Apple has maintained TestFlight apps on iOS with support for watchOS and tvOS. Apple first announced these changes,...

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Facebook will soon scan your smartphone to find...

People already share a lot of photos online, but Facebook wants you to share even more photos stored on your smartphone.

Earlier this week, BuzzFeed reported that Facebook is testing a new photo-sharing feature called “Photo Magic” that will scan your camera roll for photos of your friends. Photo Magic would then send you a notification of photos it finds of your Facebook friends and prompt you to send them via the Facebook Messenger app. According to BuzzFeed, 9.5 billion photos were sent within Messenger in the last month alone, so Photo Magic is Facebook’s way of making it easier for users to share photos with their friends via a private platform.

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Google to discontinue Chrome support for OS X Snow...

Google on Tuesday announced that it will phase out support for its popular Chrome browser on OS X versions 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8, as well as Microsoft Windows XP and Vista, come April 2016.

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Google Maps app for Android offers offline feature,...

This could come in handy.

Google has announced that its Google Maps application for Android is now capable of storing regional data, especially in cases where you’ll be going into parts of the world without Internet access. By the company’s guess, roughly 60 percent of the world is without Internet today.

Per the company’s press statement:

Now you can download an area of the world to your phone, and the next time you find there’s no connectivity—whether it’s a country road or an underground parking garage—Google Maps will continue to work seamlessly. Whereas before you could simply view an area of the map offline, now you can get turn-by-turn...

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Apple Music finally lands on Android

As promised, Apple just introduced a major new app for Android—yes, Android—with the expected arrival of Apple Music.

The company’s streaming service looks mostly the same for Android as it does on iOS, and has the same core elements: For You, New, Radio, Connect, Playlists, and My Music. Subscribers on Android will get the same free three-month trial that iOS users did.

The app is currently in beta in the Google Play store, but that just means it’s missing a couple of features that launched on iOS, most notably music videos and family membership sign-ups and upgrades. You can still sign up for a family plan on an iOS device or a Mac and then sign in to use it on Android. The app is launching in every country where Apple Music...

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Apple plans global series of ‘Apple TV Tech Talks’...

Apple is planning a series of “Apple TV Tech Talks” for developers that will be held in various cities starting in December and running through Feb. 3. 

According to Apple, the Tech Talks will offer “technical information on building and designing for tvOS” and allow attendees to “learn refined coding techniques, and obtain valuable development instruction from Apple experts.” You’re encouraged to register by Nov, 13, 10 (Pacific) for an opportunity to attend.

Tech Talks will be held in Toronto, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, Cupertino, Berlin, London, New York, Tokyo, and Sydney. Morning sessions will run from 9 a.m. to noon and focus on designing apps for tvOS, implementing focus-driven user interfaces, integrating the Siri Remote and game controllers, leveraging TVML for media apps, and enabling On-Demand Resources. A

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Apple running 10 city tour of Apple TV Tech Talks

From the Apple TV Tech Talk web site:

The new Apple TV is here, bringing incredible and immersive apps and games to the big screen. Get in-depth technical information on building and designing for tvOS, learn refined coding techniques, and obtain valuable development instruction from Apple experts.

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Apple TV-focused Tech Talks going on world tour from...

Experts from Apple will cross the globe in the coming months to help developers make better apps for the new Apple TV and its tvOS App Store, with 11 total Tech Talks scheduled for a two-month span.

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Proof-of-Concept Ransomware Affects Macs

sarahnaomi writes: Ransomware, the devilish family of malware that locks down a victim's files until he or she coughs up a hefty bounty, may soon be coming to Mac. Last week, a Brazilian security researcher produced a proof-of-concept for what appears to be the first ransomware to target Mac operating systems (Mac OS X). On Monday, cybersecurity company Symantec verified the researcher's findings. "Mabouia is the first case of file-based crypto ransomware for OS X, albeit a proof-of-concept," Symantec wrote in a blog post. "It's simple code, I did it in two days," [said] the creator of the malware.


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Apple announces Apple TV-focused Tech Talks for...

Apple typically holds a single developer event each year, WWDC in San Francisco around June, but sometimes uses Tech Talks to bring developer events around the world at other parts of the year. With Apple TV’s App Store launching several months after WWDC 2015 and long before WWDC 2016, Apple has announced that it will host 11 Tech Talk sessions across 10 different cities around the world. Apple describes the sessions as a way to “Get in-depth guidance from Apple experts on developing and designing for tvOS, in a city near you.”

Registered developers can request to attend one of the upcoming Tech Talks with the registration deadline set for this Friday, November 13th at 10 am PT. The first Tech Talk kicks off in Toronto next month on December 7th...

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Comcast Expanding Data Caps: How You Can Respond

Comcast is rolling out data caps to more of its cable Internet customers. Josh Centers lists your options for dealing with them.


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Apple Music app now available on Android

Apple Music, now on Android.

If you're an OS X user who rebuffs iOS smartphones in favor of Android yet also invests wholeheartedly in the iTunes and Apple Music ecosystem, Apple has finally strung together a working solution for your smartphone of choice. Tuesday saw the launch of Apple Music for Android, fulfilling the promise Apple made during June's WWDC reveal of the subscription-based app.

Once you sign in with an existing Apple ID or create a new one, Apple Music for Android (for devices on Jelly Bean 4.3 or higher) will ask for a working credit card and offer a free, three-month trial of the service for new users—so long as you attach a valid credit card to your account. If you've used your trial up, you can choose a $9.99/month...

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External Link: Tim Cook Warns Against New UK...

Apple CEO Tim Cook is warning against a investigatory powers bill that would obligate companies like Apple to help the British government bypass customer encryption protections. The bill would also give British law enforcement the explicit power to hack into computers and bug phones. Cook said of the bill, “Any back door is a back door for everyone. Everybody wants to crack down on terrorists. Everybody wants to be secure. The question is how. Opening a back door can have very dire consequences.”


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Apple releases tvOS 9.1 beta 2 for Apple TV to...

One week after the first tvOS 9.1 beta for Apple TV, developers now have access to an updated build of the software update to test. While the initial tvOS 9.1 beta contained no visual changes for users yet, Siri has since been enabled to work with Apple Music on the beta version of the software. Non-developer Apple TV users also recently saw the very first software update for Apple TV yesterday with the release of tvOS 9.0.1, which likely focused on stability and bug fixes as no visual changes were discovered. tvOS 9.1 beta 2 for developers and available to download from Apple’s...

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External Link: Tim Cook Discusses the PC’s Decline,...

In an interview with The Telegraph, Apple CEO Tim Cook proclaimed that the new iPad Pro will replace PCs. “They will start using it and conclude they no longer need to use anything else, other than their phones,” Cook said. Cook also hinted that Apple may release medical apps and/or devices. But Cook said that he doesn’t want the Apple Watch to itself become a medical device, because seeking approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration would be too long of a process.


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QuickShot 2.0 makes screenshot management easy and...

I don't know about most of you, but bloggers and tech writers tend to use screenshots a lot. Other we're writing reviews, how-tos, or trying to just capture fleeting images on our devices. With all of those screenshots, it can be very difficult to keep track of where they are or grab one when you need it. That's where QuickShot 2.0 (US$4.99) for Mac OS X comes in very handy.

Most of the time, you won't even be aware of QuickShot as it's just a little icon sitting on your Mac menubar. When you first set up QuickShot, you're asked to add a folder where you save your screenshots or any other photos for that matter. QuickShot doesn't take screenshots -- there are other utilities like SnapzPro X or...

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Apple issues third betas of iOS 9.2 & OS X 10.11...

Registered Apple developers can now access third pre-release beta of iOS 9.2, bringing new features like AT&T NumberSync as well as fixes for iCloud Keychain and Apple Watch pairing, among other improvements. The third beta for OS X 10.11.2 and the second for tvOS 9.2 are also available.

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Apple Music for Android beta now available on Google...

Apple on Tuesday released a beta version of its Apple Music service for Android users, just the third time the Cupertino company has crafted an application for its rival mobile operating system.

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Apple Music now available on Android

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Apple launched a beta of the Apple Music app for Android-based smartphones and tablets today, now providing Android users with access not only to Apple Music, but Beats 1 radio and the Apple Connect social network as well.

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Requiring Android 4.3 or later, the new app is available in all countries where the iOS version of the app is available -- except for China. Pricing is the same for Android users at $9.99 per month for an individual plan and $14.99 for the family-sized plan. Oddly enough, the beta version doesn't currently have a way to sign up for the family memberships within the app... but it IS a beta version. 

TechCrunch had an interview with Eddy...

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Tim Cook says businesses should tackle climate...

Large corporations should actively wield their power and influence for the good of the planet and its people, rather than sitting back and waiting for governments to take the lead, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said in a speech at Italy's top business school on Tuesday.

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ThermoPro: Managing thermal images from the FLIR ONE

Back in the days when there was such as thing as Macworld/iWorld, one of the most impressive booths was that for the FLIR ONE. It's an amazing infrared camera attachment for the iPhone that first came in a version that was an iPhone 5/5s case ($149.99), then a Lightning version that can be used with any iPhone or iPad with a Lightning adapter ($249.99). So the hardware is there, but how do businesses manage large numbers of thermal images? GTI Predictive Technology has introduced an app called ThermoPro (US$79.99) that stores the images and other data in a hierarchical database to allow tracking of points of interest over time.

ThermoPro makes the FLIR ONE incredibly useful to companies that are using the device. In case you're wondering...

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SwiftKey updated with complete set of new emoji for...

The popular SwiftKey keyboard for iOS has been updated today with support for all of iOS 9.1’s new emoji icons. Included in the new version are such favorites as the

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Tim Cook on iPad Pro: 'Why would you buy a PC...

Apple CEO Tim Cook is making the media rounds this week before the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which Apple hopes will be a shot in the arm for its tablet sales, goes on sale Wednesday. So why does Cook think Apple customers will want a Pro over, say, a 12- or 13-inch laptop? In an interview published Tuesday in Britain’s The Telegraph, Cook said the Pro will be all the computer that people could need.

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Google: You’ll soon be able to download iOS Google...

This is a huge benefit, especially for folks with limited data plans.

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Neil Cybart on Apple’s massive San Jose land...

Writing for Above Avalon, Neil Cybert first lays out Apple’s recent series of North San Jose land purchases in terrific detail, then presents three theories on why those purchases were made.

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Improved Siri support found in tvOS 9.1 beta

Siri is going to start having a stronger presence in Apple’s tvOS and the new tvOS 9.1 beta might be proof of this.

Apple recently confirmed that Siri is coming to Apple Music on the new Apple TV at the beginning of 2016, but a quick study has discovered the virtual assistant can now be used for certain music-related commands on the latest tvOS 9.1 beta ahead of time.

User Jeff Benjamin shared a video demo of Siri being used to search for songs, albums, artists and playlists on Apple Music from the Home screen on the new Apple TV, without needing to open the Apple Music app. Siri can also be used to play and pause Beats 1 radio.

Apple will likely continue...

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Apple won't adopt AMOLED displays in iPhones...

Apple won't embrace AMOLED display technology in the iPhone in the near future, instead opting to stick with its current LCD panels until at least 2018, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said on Tuesday.

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∞ 30 years of Apple “Xmas” ads

Lots of favorites. A surprising number that were brand new to me, too.

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KGI: Apple unlikely to add AMOLED screens to iPhone...

In a research note, reliable supply chain analyst KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo is suggesting that Apple is unlikely to bring AMOLED screens to the iPhone for many years to come, through 2018 at least, and almost certainly not coming to the iPhone 7.

OLED iPhones have been a long-running rumor but Apple has remained steadfast with investments in better LCD panels for the most part. Yield for OLED panels continues to be a big issue given the incredible scale Apple requires for iPhone shipments.

Apple started using AMOLED in its product line this year with the Apple Watch, which takes full advantage of the deep blacks OLED screens can create in its user interface, blurring the line between bezel and screen wherever possible. In an...

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