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Thursday September 15

Apple says Jet Black iPhone 7 and all 7 Plus models...

Apple has issued a statement advising that it has completely sold out of the Jet Black iPhone 7 and all versions of the iPhone 7 Plus, thanks to pre-orders. It adds that ‘limited quantities’ of other finishes of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will be available to walk-in customers tomorrow.


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Amazon's Fire TV streaming devices are becoming...

Amazon is solving the biggest problem with the Fire TV, and with streaming boxes in general.

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MOS Go first look: Could be the best battery for...

Editor’s note: This article is part of our roundup of USB-C battery packs.

The MOS Go is the battery I wish I could recommend as the top USB-C pick for fast charging and recharging. Unfortunately, during testing, a company spokesperson said that the firm needed to do some tuning of the firmware and certain hardware features and the device has yet to be finalized.

Macworld typically doesn’t review prototype hardware, only units coming off a production line. But the MOS Go was in early production and the company had intended to ramp up into a full launch. The company says the launch is delayed until it finishes working through the bugs. A new ship date has yet to be determined.


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Wednesday September 14

Launch day iPhone 7 Plus, jet black iPhone 7...

Less than six days after iPhone 7 preorders went live, Apple on Wednesday confirmed the initial allotment of 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus models have sold out globally, meaning fans looking to nab one at a brick-and-mortar retail outlet without a reservation on launch day are out of luck.

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All Work and No Headphone Jack Makes Nilay a Dull Boy

A (partial!) selection of sentences containing the word “headphone” from Nilay Patel’s review of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for The Verge:

  • And, yes, Apple has removed the headphone jack.

  • Removing the headphone jack is an act of pure confidence from
    Apple, which is the only company in tech that can set off a sea
    changes in the industry by aggressively dropping various
    technologies from its products.

  • And now it’s decided that — yikes — the headphone jack
    is over.

  • And third — here it is again — there’s no headphone jack.

  • Apart from the revised camera, the new home button, the screen,
    and — heyo! — the headphone jack, the other notable external
    hardware change to the iPhone 7 is the addition of stereo

  • Let’s talk about that headphone jack, shall...

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Apple shuts down rumors of impending Tidal takeover

Responding to rumors and a Wall Street Journal report concerning Apple's supposed interest in acquiring rival streaming music service Tidal, Apple executive Jimmy Iovine on Wednesday said the company is not currently pursuing such plans.

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Apple denies it has interest in acquiring Jay Z-...

Earlier this year, it was rumored that Apple was in talks to buy Jay Z-owned streaming service Tidal. Albeit nearly three months late, Apple has now commented on the acquisition rumors in a recent interview with BuzzFeed News, denying that it has any interest in acquiring other streaming services.


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Apple polling MacBook Pro owners on use of headphone...

Apple on Wednesday sent out surveys to a sampling of MacBook Pro customers asking whether they use the laptop's headphone jack, a question that suggests the company is looking to remove the legacy component as it did with iPhone 7.

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Apple sends survey over headphone jack to MacBook...

After months of speculation, Apple last week officially announced the headphone jack-free iPhone 7. Now, the company appears to be asking MacBook Pro users to take a survey concerning their use of the various connectivity options supported by their laptop. One of the questions relates to the use of the headphone jack, perhaps indicating that Apple is considering removing the connection from the MacBook, as well…


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The Week in Mac Apps: Get your hard drive ready for...

New Mac apps of the week

With one week to go before Sierra launches, your Mac might need some fine tuning. Clean Disk Pro can help. Read on!

Acorn 5 - The Image Editor for Humans 5.5.1

Use Flying Meat’s $15 Acorn 5 (Mac App Store Link) to make your photos stand out by adding special effects and custom edits.

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Apple, Google app store practices stymie competition...

According to a recent report by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, limitations applied to developers marketing their wares through proprietary app stores run by Apple and Google are a hindrance to smartphone app industry competition.

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FBI director James Comey recommends that everyone...

Earlier this year, an image of Mark Zuckerberg’s desk emerged showing that he uses a piece of tape to cover the webcam on his MacBook Pro. While many mocked this security method by Zuckerberg at the time, the Facebook CEO now has some additional back up from someone who’s pretty security conscious: FBI director James Comey.


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Best Buy pushes Apple Watch Series 2 release date to...

While preorders for the Apple Watch Series 2 went live last Friday from Apple and Best Buy, customers who preordered from the latter of the two options are now receiving emails informing them that their order is delayed. Best Buy this evening sent out emails informing customers of the delay, explaining that the new street date for the Apple Watch Series 2 is September 28th.


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Nation States May Be Plotting Internet Takedown,...

Unknown attackers have been testing the defenses of companies that run critical parts of the Internet, possibly to figure out how to take them down, cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier warned Tuesday. Large nation states -- perhaps China or Russia -- are the likely culprits, he suggested. "Nation state actors are going to probe to find weaknesses in all of our technologies," said Travis Smith, senior security research engineer at Tripwire. They "want to know what can be done not only in the event of a cyberwar but a kinetic war as well."

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AWT News Update:September 14, 2016

Logitech's K780 Keyboard

A short update today after the rush of craziness from the iOS 10 upgrade yesterday. 

  • Swatch wins; iWatch will not be an Apple trademark, at least in the UK
  • Apple Pay will be coming to Apple World Today soon
  • A new keyboard from Logitech lets you prop up and type to both an iPhone and iPad Pro
  • A shaky source says that Apple might manufacture as many as 100 million iPhone 7/7 Plus devices by year-end

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Apple hires former Time Warner Cable executive for...

In continuing efforts to build out a strong presence in the crowded cloud services business, Apple recently took on former Time Warner Cable executive Peter Stern to work on subscription-based products including Apple Music.

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AAPL hits 2016 high in lead up to iPhone 7, Apple...

Carriers have been reporting strong iPhone 7 preorders thus far and it appears as if those numbers are having a positive impact on Apple’s stock. Earlier today, AAPL hit its 2016 high, peaking at $113.03, topping this year’s previous high of $112.10 on April 14.


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Spotify skyrockets to 40 million paid subscribers,...

Spotify’s subscriber base has grown a lot in just the last six months.

On Wednesday, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek tweeted that “40 is the new 30,” seemingly in reference to the millions of people who now pay monthly to listen to his streaming service ad-free. Previously, Spotify reported 30 million subscribers in March, meaning that the service has racked up about 10 million new subscribers in half a year.

40 is the new 30.

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First online vendors begin support for Apple Pay on...

A number of websites are beginning to launch support for Apple Pay on the Web, which allows iOS 10 users to pay for goods and services away from apps and point-of-sale terminals.

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Apple hires former Time Warner Cable exec as vice...

According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal and confirmed by an Apple spokesperson, Apple has hired former Time Warner Cable executive Peter Stern. Stern will report to Eddy Cue and will carry a vice president title working on tasks related to Apple’s growing cloud services, including Apple Music.


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Apple adds Categories section to iMessage App Store

Shortly after launching the iMessage App Store alongside iOS 10, Apple on Wednesday tweaked its latest digital storefront with browsing categories to help surface compatible apps and sticker packs.

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Swatch is still ticked off over the ‘iWatch’...

Swiss watchmaker Swatch has successfully opposed Apple's registration of the trademark "iWatch" in the UK. The UK's Intellectual Property Office (IPO) upheld Swatch's oppositionSwatch Group AG took action against Apple for registering the "iWatch" as a trademark in 2014, according to the BBC News

The world's biggest watch maker says the moniker — which is was once rumored to be the name of Apple's rumored smart watch — is too darn close to its own iSwatch product. Of course, Apple’s smartwatch turned out to be dubbed the “Apple Watch” instead of the “iWatch.”

Now, however, if Apple wants to use the name "iWatch" in the UK at some point in future, it can now do so only with certain products. According to the BBC News, these include computer software and computer accessories - but not computer hardware, monitors, audio and video devices or cameras.


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Notable apps and app updates for Sept. 14, 2016

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Neoappz has introduced Message Translator 1.0. It’s a $1.99 iMessage app that allows users to send messages in over 90 languages.

Aviation Mobile Apps has launched GPS Coordinate Converter. The $0.99 app provides pilots with a way to convert coordinates mid-flight, among other functions.

FimFum has debuted its self-titled video showing app. With the free tool, users can show videos to their friends, pause, rewind, and fast...

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VMWare launches VMFusion 8.5 with a two-day sale

VMWare has launched VMFusion 8.5 and VMFusion 8.5 Pro, and there’s a two-day sale underway that let’s you save 15% or more.

VMware Fusion Pro and VMware Fusion let you choose among hundreds of operating systems, from lesser-known Linux distributions to the latest Windows 10 release. You can keep Windows and Mac OS X securely apart, or integrate them as one experience. You can install a fresh OS like Windows 10 or easily convert an older PC into a virtual one.

New features in the 8.5 updates include: support for Windows 10 anniversary guests; support for macOS Sierra host and guest; Windows Server 2016 support; tabbed view support; and Siri support.

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Swatch successfully opposes Apple's '...

Siding with Swiss watchmaker Swatch, the UK's Intellectual Property Office has rejected Apple's attempt to trademark the term "iWatch" in the country -- long after the electronics giant decided to go with "Apple Watch" instead.

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Mixpanel: iOS 10 showing high adoption rate

As of 2 PM PT today -- slightly over one day after iOS 10 first became available -- iOS 10 is showing a 16.17% adoption rate. That means that of all iOS devices on the planet, over 16% have already been updated to the latest version of iOS. The numbers are generated by Mixpanel, which uses anonymized customer data to track actions across web and mobile. 

Mixpanel's VP of Engineering Joe Xavier predicts that iOS 10 will reach 50% adoption in less than 11 days, most likely on Sunday, September 25. By comparison, iOS 9 took 12 days to reach 50% and iOS 8 31 days. 

Another fascinating comparison is when iOS 10 is pitted against the latest version of Android, version 6.0 "Marshmallow". As of today, that mobile operating system has an 18.7% adoption rate -- and Marshmallow was first widely released almost a year ago on October 5, 2015. By later today, a greater...

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Article: Instant Expert: Secrets & Features of...

This week, Apple somewhat quietly released tvOS 10 to the public, following its unveiling at WWDC in June. Although tvOS 10 doesn’t have the comprehensive list of enhancements that its much more prominent iOS sibling carries, it does add a few significant improvements to bring it more in line with what iOS 10 introduced. It also makes some other minor enhancements to the Apple TV experience. Installing the Update You can search for the latest…

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News: Twitter releases Apple TV app

Twitter has released the anticipated Apple TV version of its popular social networking app, following reports last month that it was in talks with the NFL to live-stream Thursday-night football games on the big screen. The new Twitter app for the Apple TV goes beyond NFL streaming, however, providing a live Bloomberg Markets channel which can be viewed while accompanied by Tweets, along with Twitter Moments and Top Vines and Top Periscopes. Notably,…

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First look: Audeze iSine 10 in-ear planar magnetic...

Just in time for the release of the headphone-jack-less iPhone 7, Audeze gave AppleInsider a hands-on sneak peek at their upcoming Lightning-connected iSine headphones, the word's first-ever planar magnetic in-ear buds.

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Spotify's subscriber base skyrockets to 40...
Adoption of Apple's iOS 10 already at 15% in...

Just 24 hours after launch, adoption of iOS 10 is sitting at 14.86 percent of Apple mobile devices, according to tracking data published on Wednesday.

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Self-driving Ubers are now arriving in Pittsburgh

Uber has begun offering customers the chance to ride in one of its autonomous car prototypes. The new service has launched in Pittsburgh, where Uber carries out its high-tech research, and is a sign of confidence by the company in its self-driving car technology.

The service is initially being offered to Uber’s “most loyal” customers in the city as part of the Uber X service, the company said in a blog post that was short on technical details.

The Ford Focus cars being used in the trial will have a human in the driver’s seat—someone who should be ready to take over from the computer should it encounter a situation it cannot safely deal with. That’s not only a prudent technical move but also the law. No U.S. states have legalized self-driving cars without human drivers or steering wheels.

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Conflicting reports emerge about iPhone 7 retail...

As accounts surface claiming that the iPhone 7 will be particularly constrained at retail for the launch, sources familiar with the matter are saying that they will be no more or less limited at launch day than for any other first day of sale since the iPhone 4.

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A black gloss iPhone but no black Airpods? Why?

Hajek screams in his piece, “SO WHY DID THIS NOT HAPPEN?” There are any number of reasons, most likely for simplicity’s sake in their first iteration. If they prove to be popular (and, even though I won’t be buying them, I think they will be), we’ll see colour matched AirPods in their next version. But, then again, there are no black EarPods so maybe we’ll never see them.

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EU digital rules promise 5G, free WiFi and tougher...

The European Union isn't done stepping up its digital initiatives. Officials have outlined proposed policies that are focused on dramatically increasing access to both the internet and the content you'll find on it. Most of the proposals will be he...

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Shares of AAPL surge as hype builds for Friday'...

Shares of Apple have climbed significantly this week, as investors buy into consumer excitement ahead of the iPhone 7 debut this Friday, hoping the next-generation model will set new records.

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∞ Good Morning America’s Tim Cook Interview

Complete fluff interview but you can’t expect in depth on morning television.

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You can now request self-driving Ubers in Pittsburgh

You can now travel the future in Pittsburgh.

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Pad & Quill's Small Briefcase: Just the...

Pad & Quill Small Briefcase. Image ©2016, Steven Sande

When you get really compact computing devices like the 12-inch MacBook or iPad Pros, most laptop bags are way too big. It's like using a moving van to transport a pea! Well, fortunately Pad & Quill saw the trend towards more svelte computers and tablets and developed the new Small Briefcase (US$219.00). Today we'll take a look at this compact and rugged laptop case.


For looks and durability, the Small Briefcase is handmade from leather and waxed canvas. It comes in four different finishes: charcoal gray canvas with whiskey leather, olive green canvas with galloper black leather, charcoal gray canvas with chocolate leather and charcoal gray canvas with galloper black leather. All four look outstanding -- we received a gray/black Small Briefcase and it's gorgeous.

The leather is...

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iPhone 7 Plus camera review from Rwanda

These are the kinds of reviews I’ve been looking for — from professional photographers. Definitely check out the video if only for the incredible images of the mountain gorillas. Thanks very much to Dave Mark and Brian Smith for the link.

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Review roundup: Apple Watch Series 2 is evolutionary...

As with the iPhone 7, several publications have received the Apple Watch Series 2 hardware in advance of release, with just about everybody claiming that the new version is the watch that should have been released in 2015.

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Apple is trading up 8% since last Friday

Apple is trading up 8% since last Friday and is realizing the highest share price levels it's seen in five months. While the company's Irish tax complications took focus at the end of August, favorable iPhone 7 demand along with the release of Apple Watch Series 2 and other developments disclosed at the company's event last week have left the matter sidelined as investors look toward the future.

Further tailwinds from Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 misfortune have also marked a favorably timed gift, as noted by Seeking Alpha. With the recent share move, Apple is now off around 3.5% on the year and up around 14% over the last...

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Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses AR/VR on ‘ABC News’

Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed augmented reality/virtual reality technologies this morning during an ABC News interview. He said that, in his opinion, augmented reality (AR) is the larger of the two, “probably by far, because this gives the capability for both of us to sit and be very present talking to each other, but also have other things visually for both of us to see.”

"Virtual reality (VR) sort of encloses and immerses the person into an experience that can be really cool, but probably has a lower commercial interest over time, or less people would be interested in that,” Cook said. He added that Apple has a lot of consideration for virtual reality as it relates to gaming and education.

Apple has filed for several patents involving VR and AR. One patent involves augmented reality (AR) apps for iOS devices such...

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iOS 10 tests show slower boot times, but overall...

A series of videos published on Wednesday suggest that Apple's new iOS 10 offers relatively smooth performance across iPhone models, even ones as old as 2012's iPhone 5.

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 September 14, 2016 9:40:00 AM PDT

Gmail service has already been restored for some users, and we expect a resolution for all users in the near future. Please note this time frame is an estimate and may change.

 September 14, 2016 8:58:00 AM PDT

Our team is continuing to investigate this issue. We will provide an update by September 14, 2016 9:40:00 AM PDT with more information about this problem. Thank you for your patience.

We have identified the root cause of the issue and a potential fix is being implemented

 September 14, 2016 8:16:00 AM PDT

We're investigating reports of an issue with Gmail. We will provide more information shortly.

Based on reports, it affects only Google for Work Gmail users. The users are redirected to a page with 'Service not available, contact your administrator'.

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Inside iOS 10: Apple simplifies HomeKit control with...

Answering a long-running demand, Apple has introduced a dedicated Home app with iOS 10, giving people a central location to manage and control their HomeKit accessories.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: High-end 27″ 5K iMac $1,900,...

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


Apple’s most powerful standard configuration 27-inch 5K Retina iMac is on sale for $399 off:...

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Logitech K780 Multi Device Bluetooth Keyboard...

I’ve been using Apple’s extended wired keyboard for something like a decade – since it came out in 2007 – mostly because it feels the same as my MacBook Pro’s keys and it’s more reliable than Bluetooth – it just works for me.

Logitech makes some pretty good keyboards in their own right. I love their solar offerings for instance. But because the ol’ Apple extended is there and it feels like my MacBook’s keyboard, I usually end up going back to what I’m used to after trialling other keyboards.

That might not happen this time around. I’ve been playing with Logitech’s new K780 Multi Device Bluetooth Keyboard which retails for $80 at Logitech and soon at Best Buy, Amazon and other fine retailers…...

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How to Migrate to a New Mac

Moving your data from an old Mac (or a PC) to a new one can be a complex undertaking. Joe Kissell provides a detailed walkthrough of the process for each of several common scenarios.


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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits schools benefitting from...

Two years after Apple's commitment to the U.S. government ConnectED program, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Harlem's Pedro Albizu Campos School to examine success of the program, and to take a look at overall student progress because of the donated technology.

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Apple adds more iPhone 7 stock for iPhone Upgrade...

Following complaints regarding iPhone 7 availability through Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program, Apple has started informing customers that it’s making more reservations times available to pick-up the device at Apple Stores this Friday. Additionally, 9to5Mac has learned that most Apple Stores will have limited or no stock of iPhone 7 units for walk-in customers on launch day. 


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Twitter's new Apple TV, Fire TV, and Xbox One...

Most people may associate Twitter with mobile phones, but today it’s coming to your TV with the release of new video-centric apps for the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One.

On the surface, the idea seems pretty stupid. Some smart TVs have integrated Twitter apps in the past and nobody used them, because using Twitter on your TV sucks. But this time it makes more sense, because Twitter’s doubling down on video and live events. On Thursday the social network will livestream its first NFL Thursday Night Football game, with nine more NFL livestreams scheduled throughout the season. And the only thing worse than surfing Twitter timelines on your TV is watching football on your phone.

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Twitter debuts streaming video app on Apple TV in...

Twitter on Wednesday launched a free app for the Apple TV, allowing people to tune into any of the live video feeds on the service -- specifically paving the way for the first of 10 Thursday NFL games the social network is paying to host.

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Deals: $200 off 2016 12" MacBook (1.2GHz, 8GB,...

Shoppers this week can snap up a 2016 12" MacBook (1.2GHz, 8GB, 512GB) in Gold for $1,399. Or opt for a high-res 27" iMac 5K for $1,649.99. A lifetime subscription to Hotspot Shield Elite VPN is also $49.99 ($50 off).

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Video: Tim Cook discusses iPhone 7 without headphone...

Last night ABC teased out an interview with Tim Cook that aired today on Good Morning America, and now ABC News has published the interview with the Apple CEO online.


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iOS 10 How-To: Hate pressing the home button to...

iOS 10 includes a lot of new stuff, from a revamped Messages app to a redesigned Apple Music experience. While most of it is superior to iOS 9, there are some choices that are more questionable. iOS 10 updates the lock screen with a new widgets view, but it also removes the iconic Slide to Unlock feature.

Unlocking an iPhone now requires a physical press on the Home Button by default. However, there is a nifty setting to make the iPhone act more like iOS 9 if you have Touch ID, called “Rest Finger to Open”. This trick works with any iPhone or iPad that has a Touch ID Home button …


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More than 200,000 websites plan to support Apple Pay

More than 200,000 websites -- including small and large retailers -- plan to support Apple Pay on their sites in coming weeks, reports Computerworld. Many of the sites include online retailers using e-commerce platforms run by Shopify, Demandware and IBM.

This means that online shoppers with iPhones, iPads and Macs updated with the latest operating systems (iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, due Monday) can save time when finishing an online purchase through the Apple's Safari browser. Retailers that have signed up for the service are expected to see an uptick in the number of customers that finish a web purchase, instead of giving up because typing in credit information was considered too complicated, awkward or time-consuming, according to Computerworld.

Seventy-six percent of retailers plan to accept...

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Supply-chain sources claim Apple aiming to make a...

After two U.S. carriers reported record pre-orders for the iPhone 7, a supply-chain source claims that Apple is aiming to make nearly 100m iPhone 7 devices by the end of the year. This is dramatically higher than had earlier been predicted.


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∞ Just Press Record

My review of Just Press Record. Read the review, try out the app. I think it’s a fantastic app.

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Tim Cook says AR, VR are 'really cool' and...

In an interview with ABC News' Robin Roberts, Apple CEO Tim Cook made comments suggesting that augmented reality would be a future focus for Apple. He also defended complaints of easy AirPod loss, and discussed iPhone 7 design decisions.

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∞ Apple’s new iPhone 7 ad

[VIDEO] This is a bit of a departure for Apple. The ad does a lot of visual hinting, without being specific. More of a dark, impressionistic painting than their usual bright, airy on-the-spot ads.

See for yourself.

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News: Stock of iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus expanded for...

After serious blowback from angry iPhone Upgrade Program customers who couldn’t pre-order an iPhone 7, Apple has added more stock to the online reservation program and has started returning calls to solve ordering issues, Apple Insider reports. Customer service has begun placing orders for program members’ desired model and second choice, promising that they won’t have to travel more than 15 miles past their preferred Apple Store…

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4 new accessibility features in iOS 10

Scan the article, pass these along. Also, here’s a post from a while back that talks you through launching iOS 10’s new Magnifier.

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Amazon's revamped Echo Dot is cheaper than ever...

Amazon is making it easier to outfit your entire home with Alexa-enabled devices. The company announced a second-generation Echo Dot on Wednesday that costs just $50.

The new Dot can be pre-ordered now—and by anyone, not just Prime members who already own the Fire TV or original Echo—but will not start shipping in the U.S. until October 20.

Amazon says the new Dot, which essentially brings the Amazon Echo's voice controls to existing speakers and sound systems though it features a small speaker of its own, has a new “sleek and compact design.” The puck-shaped device was already pretty diminutive. The new Dot also comes in a new white option if black doesn’t work in your home.


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Suppliers see high chip orders in advance of Apple...

The iPhone 7, shipping Friday, has been creating higher-than-expected demand for chip production and contributing to a crunch on NAND flash memory supply, a pair of reports said on Wednesday.

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Spotify hits 40 million paid subscriber milestone,...

Spotify today confirmed it has reached the 40 million paid subscriber milestone.

In a tweet shared by Spotify’s official Twitter account today, the company’s CEO and Founder Daniel Ek hinted that the service has hit the 40 million subscriber milestone. A Spotify spokesperson later confirmed the stat to 9to5Mac. 


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The iPhone 7 and cellular speeds

Yesterday, I posted an article about the cellular radios inside the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and the fact that there are two distinct models (Intel and Qualcomm) with two different sets of capabilities.

This article from iMore digs into this from a slightly different angle:

The iPhone 7 now supports maximum speeds of up to 450Mbps, which is a 50% jump over the iPhone 6s. Specifically, the new iPhone is a Category 10 device, which means that in addition to being able to reach those astronomical speeds of 450Mbps in the downlink (downloading data from the internet), it is able to reach speeds of 100Mbps in the uplink.

To reach these speeds, the iPhone uses a technology under the LTE standard called carrier...

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Daily Deal: 50% off PDF Expert 2.0 for Mac

On Monday, we enticed Apple World Today readers with a deal on TextExpander, a well-known productivity tool for Mac users. Today we have a heck of a deal from Readdle for 50% off of PDF Expert 2.0 for Mac. For anyone who needs to work with Portable Document Format (PDF) files on a regular basis, PDF Expert is the best possible way to mark up, fill out, and password-protect those files. You'll get PDF Expert 2.0 for just $29.99, half off of the regular $59.99 price tag. 

Just how good is PDF Expert 2.0 for Mac? It's a perennial Editor's Choice on the Mac App Store, was a runner-up for 2015 App of the Year, and is usually the top paid app on the Mac App Store. With the app, you can:

  • Edit text, images, links & outlines in PDFs
  • Read huge PDF files...
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The Week in iOS Accessories: New stuff for iPhone 7

Lucky number 7

As soon as Apple unveiled its latest phone last week, accessory makers raced to announce their latest products. Here’s a few that caught our eye. Read on!

Looking for cases? We’ve got you covered. Looking for Lightning or Bluetooth headphones? We hear you

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Twitter introduces Apple TV app for live streaming...

Twitter has launched a new, free Twitter app that will allow owners of an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or Xbox One to “consume the best of Twitter.” 

The free apps will feature all live streaming video available on Twitter (including live streams of 10 NFL Thursday Night Football games, as well as content from MLB Advanced Media, NBA, Pac 12 Networks, Campus Insiders, Cheddar and Bloomberg News), and other Twitter content such as top Tweets and top global Vines and Periscopes. 

Anyone with these devices, regardless of whether they have a Twitter account or a pay TV subscription, can enjoy this experience, according to Anthony Noto, chief financial officer at Twitter. What’s more, exclusively on Apple TV, viewers can enjoy live premium video and check out Tweeted video clips through a seamless side-by-side video experience.

Twitter for Apple TV is available globally via the App Store for the fourth generation Apple TV. You don’t need a Twitter account or...

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iOS 10: How to use stickers, iMessages apps, Digital...

The Messages app is the most frequently used app on iOS, so it makes sense that Apple would lend it plenty of attention in iOS 10. It’s safe to say that the stock Messages app received, by far, the most significant overhaul of all default apps in iOS 10, as it is now a feature-laden package that leverages photos, videos, and Snapchat-inspired markup elements.

Messages in iOS 10 even brings about a dedicated iMessage App Store for adding additional functionality such as stickers, animated GIFs and third-party app extensions that run right within the Messages app interface. Updated emoji features, inline music and video playback, and brand new effects add a new dimension to Apple’s most popular iOS app.

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Samsung analyst on the Galaxy Note 7: “Most of them...

CNN Money:

“If a customer is going out to buy a phone, they’re going to buy an iPhone 7, not a Note 7,” said Mark Newman, a Bernstein analyst who covers Samsung. He pointed out that the Note 7 was launched before the iPhone 7 and received better reviews.

Not sure I agree on the better reviews things, but keep reading:

Samsung’s Note 7 storm will “most likely blow over in a couple of months,” he said. “Longer term, Samsung is a strong brand with great products. Most of them don’t explode.”

And there it is. The Galaxy Note 7 killer feature. Not newsworthy, I know, but I just loved the quote.

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Apple makes more new iPhones available to Upgrade...

Apple has added more stock to the online reservation program for its Apple Upgrade Program members, and return calls promised by Apple customer care to resolve ordering issues have started, reports AppleInsider.

Late Monday night, the Apple Upgrade Program webpage was updated, and presented available stock in some locations to purchasers. Stores with stock had nearly every model available from every carrier.

Both Steve and Yours Truly shared our problems in trying to order an iPhone 7 using Apple’s Upgrade Program. Block & Leviton, a Boston-based law firm,...

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Mixpanel’s up-to-the-minute numbers on iOS 10...

Click the headline link to jump to a chart showing Mixpanel’s take on iOS 10 adoption. As of this writing, iOS 9 has 83.86%, iOS 10 has 11.09% and older has 5.06%. Those are remarkable numbers, especially when compared to Android’s fragmented adoption rates.

It’ll be interesting to see that iOS 10 number in about a week.

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Wired: Here’s what you need to know about ceramic,...

God I hate these headlines. But. This is a solid article and ceramic is an interesting new direction for Apple. Lots to learn here:

“Ceramics are much more durable than metals,” says Julia Greer, a materials scientist at Caltech. To understand what she means, consider your MacBook. That anodized aluminum casing provides a handsome sheen, but drop it and you run a good chance of denting a corner. Stick it in your bag unprotected, and your keys almost certainly will scratch it.


The back of each Watch uses zirconia ceramic where the magnetic charger attaches. Ceramics are non-conductive, and don’t interfere with wireless charging.


Ceramics, on the other hand, are virtually scratch-proof. “They deform in an elastic way,” Greer says. “You’ll never see the deformation, until they crack.” Unlike an aluminum or a stainless steel case, a ceramic one can take a licking and keep on ticking. The rub with ceramics is that, while they’re tough to...

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News: Tim Cook defends AirPods against claims they’...

CEO Tim Cook took on criticism of Apple’s new wireless AirPods in an interview with Good Morning America, telling Robin Roberts that he has worn them on the treadmill and out dancing without having the earbuds fall out of his ear. Cook even argued that wires make the old EarPods more likely to fall out during activity, providing chances to snag the cord on something, while also applying extra weight to the earbud that drags it down. A number…

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Inside iOS 10: Control Center expands to three panes...

Apple's quick-access Control Center has seen a number of significant improvements in iOS 10, most notably the ability to swipe over for new menus dedicated specifically to music controls and smart home accessories.

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Twitter launches new Apple TV app for streaming live...

Just in time for NFL Thursday Night Football (and tvOS 10), Twitter is launching a new Apple TV app for streaming live video to the big screen. It was first reported a month ago that the new app was in the works. The new app will let viewers watch premium video content like the 10 NFL games that Twitter bought the rights to broadcast, and Twitter content like Top Tweets and Vines will also be accessible.


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iPhone upgrade program members have stock available...

Apple has added more stock to the online reservation program for Apple Upgrade Program members, and return calls promised by Apple customer care to resolve ordering issues have started.

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Apple Watch Series 2 review roundup: ‘It’s all about...

After reviews of the iPhone 7 and AirPods, it’s now the turn of the Apple Watch Series 2. Similar to the iPhone 7, the latest-generation Watch doesn’t look particularly different on the outside, so the question is whether the under-the-hood changes make an upgrade worthwhile?

Answering this question is particularly tricky given that watchOS 3 transforms the performance of the existing first-gen Watch, so some of the things being commented on by reviewers are actually more of a function of the new operating system than the new hardware …



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News: Daily Deal: TNT Stream Unblocker, Lifetime...

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can get a lifetime subscription to TNT Stream Unblocker for only $39 — that’s 93% off the regular price. This online service will let you watch your favorite streaming services, including Netflix, on all of your devices without having to worry about location restrictions. You can unblock hundreds of streaming services through a worldwide network of servers designed to offer IP addresses in 27 different countries.…

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Aurora HDR 2017 first look: Macphun's flashy...

Aurora HDR 2017, an update to Macphun’s nearly year-old HDR app, is dedicated to making your photos sizzle with light and color. Part of that is the influence of photographer Trey Ratcliff, who partnered with the software company to develop the app, including his signature line of presets within the software.

Another part is the realization that photos—particularly landscapes and cityscapes, nature, and other scenic compositions—often fail to measure up to the scene most people remember seeing in real time. HDR can work toward realigning memory with reality, especially if the photographer has the foresight to bracket multiple shots with different exposures with the intention of combining them later. Though Aurora can also work with...

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Apple, other tech companies expected to oppose India...

India’s government recently invited Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung to discuss embedding government-funded biometric technology into products sold within the country as part of an effort to register and authenticate its citizens, but Apple declined to attend, reports Bloomberg.

The initiative is part of a national biometric identity program called Aadhaar (Hindi for foundation). Millions of Indians use fingerprint and iris-scan authentication to access a range of public and private services that now includes banking. Failure to join the effort could limit the tech industry’s access to a vast and growing market, but companies like Apple and Google are expected to resist opening up their phones and operating systems to the Indian registration, encryption and security technology.

“There will be lots of pushing and shoving...

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Apple updates iOS versions of its iWorks apps

Last week it was announced that that real-time collaboration is being added in all iWork apps: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. Apple has updated its iOS versions of the apps, accordingly.

Pages is a word processing document; Numbers is a spreadsheet app; and Keynote is a presentation creation app. All three apps cost $10 each, but are included with new iOS devices. All three are available for both OS X (at the Mac App Store) and iOS (at the Apple App Store) devices.

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Apple releases tvOS 10 update

This is nifty.

On Tuesday, Apple released tvOS, its newest operating system for the fourth-gen Apple TV. The update boasts new features such as YouTube Siri Search, a new dark mode, and a new single sign-on setup process.

Users can update via the following steps:

Launch Settings app

Navigate to System → Software Updates → Update Software

tvOS will search for an available update, follow the on-screen prompts to proceed

After you prompt your Apple TV to update to the latest version of tvOS, your Apple TV will show a progress indicator on your screen and likely reboot two times. You will likely see a What’s New splash screen highlighting new features after the installation is complete.

As with previous operating systems for Apple TV set top boxes, you can program the...

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Apple releases watchOS 3 update

It’s not as high profile a release as today’s launch of iOS 10, but it’s definitely still notable.

On Tuesday, Apple released watchOS 3. The update operating system include battery life enhancements, and speed improvements to the Apple Watch. A user’s favorite apps will be kept in memory, background updates will pre-cache data, and apps will launch instantly on the new OS.

Also included are new customizable watch faces, including a new fitness-focused watch face that presents activity-focused rings at all times along with a new Minnie Mouse watch face.

The new operating system also includes a fix that makes it easier to transition between watch faces with a quick swipe.

watchOS 3 still requires the user’s Apple Watch to be paired with an iPhone for full functionality.

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Three Apple retail stores to open on Friday

Apple is preparing to reopen three retail stores on Friday after months of renovations, reports AppleInsider.

The outlets include Park Meadows in Lone Tree, Colorado, Ridgedale in Minnetoka, Minnesota, and Fashion Mall at Keystone in Indianapolis, Indian. All three will open at 8 a.m. local time and are relocating to bigger spaces within their respective shopping malls. Apple has 488 retail stores in 21 countries and an online store available in 39 countries.

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Attack-for-Hire Teens Collared in Israel

At the FBI's request, Israeli authorities last week arrested two teens for operating vDOS, a DDoS-for-hire service that raked in more than half a million dollars in two years. DDoS attacks flood websites with garbage data in order to disrupt their operation and deny users access. The pair were questioned and released after posting bond of about $10,000 each. In addition, the duo's passports were seized, they were placed under house arrest for 10 days, and they were barred from using the Internet or any telecommunications equipment for 30 days.

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The Suunto Traverse is not a great GPS watch, but it...

Welcome to another edition of Have Gear, Will Travel—this time, coming to you from beautiful British Columbia, Canada. While my partner’s finishing her degree for the next eight months in Vancouver, you and I will be roaming the countryside and mountains testing hardware and apps all over this rugged, gorgeous province—sound good? Good—let’s do this!

Kamloops, British Columbia: A beautiful area with a goofy name. Whaddaya gonna do?

This week, we were supposed to talk about hardware-friendly carry-on bags and backpacks, but we’re not going to do that. The why of it is that the folks at Tom Bihn got in touch with me to say that they have a new travel bag in the works that they’re on the cusp of releasing. Given how much use I’ve gotten out of their products over the years, I feel that I wouldn’t be doing you a service if I didn’t hold up for long enough to take it for a spin and tell you what I think. Give me a few more weeks to...

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Concept image shows gorgeous Jet Black AirPods and...

One of our favorite designers, Martin Hajek, has been busy again, this time showing what Apple’s new AirPods would look like in the Jet Black finish used for the iPhone 7.

He poses the obvious question: why did this not happen? Given the huge popularity of the Jet Black finish, despite concerns about scratches, it would have seemed an obvious move to offer the color as an option. Especially for a product far less likely to be subject to scratches, living in your ears when in use and the case when not …


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MD Acne CEO says Apple’s CareKit is a ‘game changer’

Earlier this year, Apple quietly announced a new open sourced platform – called “CareKit” - that helps app developers build software focused around healthcare and patient data. The move provides Apple with the first point of contact to connect patients, doctors and caregivers using technology.

Apple worked behind closed doors with three startups - Iodine, One Drop and Glow – but those health tech startups only exchanged patient data with doctors. MD Acne became the first mobile app to allow physicians to see actual images sent directly from a patient’s phone, according to MD Acne CEO Oded Harth. Use this free app to get free immediate dermatologist based analysis and advice for your Acne.

Apple World Today recently interviewed Harth about how MD Acne used Apple’s technology in its work.

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NYT corroborates rumors of ‘full-screen face’ 2017...

There have been long-standing rumors that Apple is moving toward a Home button embedded in the display of future iPhones, enabling the screen to fill almost the entire front of the device. More recent reports from Bloomberg and the WSJ have specifically suggested that the company will make this move in 2017.

The New York Times is now corroborating these reports with a small paragraph tucked away near the end of its iPhone 7 review …


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Feel the need for speed (tests)? Look into SpeedyNet...

If you need to find out why your home or office network is running slower than it should -- or if you're just interested to see how fast it does run -- check out Speedy Net.

It's a $1.99 utility that requires Mac OS X 10.7 or higher and is available at the Mac App Store. Speedy Net lets you easily test and measure the performance of your home or office network. 

With it you can: detect reachability problems between devices; test transfer speeds between devices; and calculate latency times. However, note that it's designed to analyze your local network performance, not your Internet speed.
Also, Speedy Net must be installed and running on all the devices you wish to test. An iOS version is available at the Apple App Store. If you devices other than OS X or iOS gadgets, you're out of luck. SpeedyNet doesn't support them.

Speedy Net works over your local network. Launch...

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Apple Watch Series 2 and WatchOS 3

I didn’t get Apple Watch at first. I didn’t feel right about my initial review, and effectively took another crack at it three weeks later. My unsettled feeling over the initial review was correct; it doesn’t hold up. My second review, though, is better. After noting several similarities between the Apple Watch and Roger Moore’s Seiko digital watches during the prime years of his run as James Bond, I wrote:

This is what Apple Watch is: an ambitious modern take on the digital watch.

I don’t feel bad about not quite getting Apple Watch at first, though. Apple didn’t get it either.

When the iPhone was unveiled at Macworld Expo in January 2007, Steve Jobs famously described it as three products in one: “The first one is a widescreen iPod with touch controls. The...

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∞ Review: Apple Watch Series 2

I can’t help but smile every time I think about how Apple Watch has helped me over the past year. I’m healthier, more aware, and I can communicate easily, all using one device strapped to my wrist. […]

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Video: Apple releases first TV ad for iPhone 7,...

The iPhone 7 goes on sale this Friday, September 16. Apple is starting up its marketing machine ahead of the launch of the new phone with a teaser TV commercial, embedded after the jump. The ad is atmospheric, featuring vague disparate shots of lightning bolts, owls and deer … as well as some subtle imagery of the phone itself.

There are som quick shots of the iPhone 7 chassis behind rain drops, teasing its IPX7 waterproofing rating. The iPhone 7 Plus dual-camera system is also briefly visible. Watch the 30 second spot in full below …


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The year’s best new adventure camera? The Apple...

First came Sports Illustrated and then ESPN with their results of using the iPhone 7 Plus to shoot images. These from Outside magazine might be the ones most reflective of the kind of shots we “ordinary” folks might expect.

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iPhone User Guide for iOS 10

Straight from the proverbial horse’s mouth.

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15 amazing entries from Nat Geo’s “Nature...

Number 4 and number 6 are incredible shots.

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Eagles away! Dutch police unveil latest recruits...

Well, that’s one way to solve the problem.

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