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  • Sunday April 14
  • 14 mins ago
    MacBook Air M3 (2024): Worth buying?
    Apple released the new MacBook Air with an upgraded processor. The new version is equipped with the 3rd generation M-series chip – M3 which is a minor upgrade over the M2 chip. The design of the laptop remains unchanged from the previous version (released in July 2022), as it is relatively new. The new MacBook […] The post appeared first on iLounge.

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  • 42 mins ago
    When to expect every Mac to get the AI-based M4 processor
    Apple will reportedly update its entire Mac line to the M4 processor, beginning in late 2024 and concluding with the Mac Pro in the second half of 2025.The 14-inch MacBook Pro is to be the first to gain the M4 processorFollowing reports that Apple is planning an M4 processor with AI features for the Mac, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has revealed an expected release schedule for the whole range. Writing in his "Power On" newsletter, he says that the transition will, unsurprisingly, start with the MacBook Pro.According to Gurman, the plan is for these Macs to be updated to M4 around the end of the year: Rumor Score: 🤔 Possible Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

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  • 1 hour ago
    Crime blotter: Arrests made in Naperville Apple Store theft
    In the latest Apple Crime Blotter, NASA iPad thefts were investigated, stolen credit cards were used at an Apple Store, and iPhones were stolen from a Philadelphia AT&T Store.The Apple Store in Naperville, Ill. The latest in an occasional AppleInsider series, looking at the world of Apple-related crime. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

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  • 09:18 am
    Game Boy emulator now available on the iPhone following App Store rules change
    Apple changed the App Store rules last week to seemingly permit game emulators on the iPhone for the first time. Following that policy change, the first emulator apps are now appearing on the store. iGBA is a free Game Boy game emulator for iPhone and iPad, which can indeed load and play ROMs downloaded to the device — a category of application that Apple would have unequivocally rejected a fortnight ago. more…

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  • 08:00 am
    This bundle of Microsoft programs is an extra 20 percent off
    Macworld Microsoft is a world leader in tech because of its vast range of useful applications and software solutions. For those who are interested in a variety of the most popular selections, you can save with this limited-time bundle deal.  Through April 16th at 11:59 PM PT only, you can save on this Ultimate 2019 Microsoft Bundle featuring Microsoft Office, Visio, and Windows with code ENJOY20 bringing the rate down to $79.99 (reg. $927). Project Professional features pre-built templates and data visualization tools to help project managers. Visio features tools for building flowcharts, and a wealth of other diagrams. Microsoft Office is decked out with the most popular programs for everyday office tasks like writing, emailing, creating spreadsheets, and more. This stacked bundle is rated 4.5/5 stars on average.   Ultimate 2019 Microsoft Bundle: Office, Project, Visio and Windows 11 Pro – $79.99 See Deal StackSocial prices subject to change. Accessories

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  • 02:52 am
    Game emulators arrive in App Store following rule changes
    Just over a week after Apple changed rules to allow game emulators on iPhone and iPad, the first have made their way into the App Store.Emulators arrive on iPhoneApple made a change to guideline 4.7 of the App Store Review Guidelines in early April, reversing a rule that effectively banned the submission of console and classic game emulators for iOS and iPadOS.The change, which specifically allows apps to run "software that is not embedded in the binary," with "retro game console emulator apps" included on the list of acceptable applications of the rule change. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

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  • Saturday April 13
  • 08:42 pm
    Taylor Swift uses Apple Music lyrics to share riddles about ‘The Tortured Poets Department’
    Taylor Swift is about to release her newest album called “The Tortured Poets Department” on April 19. Last week, the singer had already partnered with Apple Music to release a series of playlists with a voice message from Taylor to promote her new album. Now Taylor Swift is using Apple Music lyrics to share some riddles with her fans. more…

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  • 08:35 pm
    Here’s how iCloud’s free storage and upgrades compare to the competition
    Apple first introduced iCloud at WWDC 2011, with Steve Jobs touting it as the best way to store documents, mail, backups, and more in the cloud. One thing that has infamously stayed the same since that 2011 launch: Apple gives you just 5GB of iCloud storage for free. Nearly 13 years later, how does iCloud’s free storage offer – and paid upgrade plans – compare to the competition? more…

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  • 07:40 pm
    Sharpen knives like a pro chef with this discount kitchen gadget
    If your favorite knives could use a refresh, grab the Angle Pro knife sharpener with angle gauge at a massive discount. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)

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  • 07:15 pm
    Apple M4 chips and the rise of AI everything [The CultCast]
    This week on Cult of Mac's podcast: Apple preps M4 processors to power next-gen Macs with an AI focus. Also, Humane's Ai Pin sucks! (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)

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  • 06:51 pm
    Apple urges court to ignore Epic's anti-steering complaint
    Apple has responded to Epic's accusation it is in contempt of court for failing to remove anti-steering measures to its liking, by insisting it's really complying with the order.Fortnite on an iPhoneOn March 13, the Epic vs Apple saga rumbled on with a motion from Epic asking the court to hold Apple in contempt of court. The "Fortnite" maker alleged that Apple had failed to properly comply with a court order to allow developers to link to outside payment platforms, also known as Apple's anti-steering rules.The new motion, filed on Friday and seen by Reuters, opposes Epic's motion to enforce the injunction. It tells the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California that Epic's complaint is "without merit." Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

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  • 06:24 pm
    OmniFocus 4.2
    Introduces new custom perspective rules for Pro edition users. ($74.99 new, free update, 31.6 MB, macOS 13+)

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  • 06:22 pm
    Pages 14, Numbers 14, and Keynote 14
    Adds support for selecting multiple noncontiguous portions of text to all three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 13+)

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  • 06:16 pm
    Pixelmator Pro 3.5.8
    Improves support for vector PDFs, including those created using Apple apps like Safari, Keynote, and Pages. ($49.99 new, free update, 644.3 MB, macOS 12+)

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  • 06:13 pm
    Solve Credit Cards Not Appearing in 1Password 8 Autofill Pop-Up
    Annoyed by several of his credit cards not showing up in 1Password’s autofill pop-up, Adam Engst spelunked through the card metadata and found the offending field.

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  • 05:11 pm
    Lowest price: Apple's M3 MacBook Air 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 10C GPU drops to $1,349
    Packed with upgrades, Apple's latest M3 MacBook Air with 16GB RAM, 512GB of storage and a 10-core GPU is marked down to $1,349. AppleCare is discounted with an exclusive coupon as well, dropping the price down to $159.The exclusive $150 discount* is in effect with promo code APINSIDER at Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama. Celebrating 50 years in business, the retailer is marking down Apple's latest MacBook Air with the M3 chip in every set of specs.Use code APINSIDERBoth the 13-inch and 15-inch screen sizes are eligible for a coupon discount, but we're especially fond of the 13-inch configuration with a 10-core GPU, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD. After the coupon is applied during Step 4 of checkout (Payments section), the price drops to $1,349 in your choice of finish — the best price available across Apple resellers, according to our M3 MacBook Air 13-inch Price Guide. Continue Reading on AppleInsider

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  • 04:57 pm
    Slash $60 Off the AirPods Pro 2
    Get a dependable everyday audio accessory driver for $60 less than the regular price. Today, the AirPods Pro 2 is down to just $189 from its original price of $250 on Amazon. The AirPods Pro 2 offers high-quality sound with extra features, including Adaptive Audio, Personalized Spatial Audio, Transparency Mode, and Active Noise Cancelling. USB-C […] The post appeared first on iLounge.

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  • 04:55 pm
    Apple explains ‘Parts Pairing’ process
    John Ternus, Apple hardware engineering chief recently spoke with TechCrunch about the ‘parts pairing’ process for its repair program. Apple’s parts pairing was criticized before by iFixit, claiming that Apple is blocking third-party parts from working. Ternus said that there have been a lot of negative connotations about it and that Apple does not block […] The post appeared first on iLounge.

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  • 04:54 pm
    India produces 14% of iPhones
    Apple is increasing its efforts in India’s production facilities for making iPhones. While Apple is reducing reliance on China, the company is ramping up efforts in other countries, including India. Apple has put emphasis and mentioned that they will be doubling up in India for iPhone production- the end goal is 25% of all iPhones […] The post appeared first on iLounge.

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  • 04:52 pm
    ‘Safari Browsing Assistant’ might arrive on iOS 18
    An online leak reveals that iOS 18 will contain several new features, including Safari Browsing Assistant. An X post from Nicolas Alvarez claimed that iOS will have Encrypted Visual Search and Safari Browsing Assistant ‘coming in iOS 18’ and will use Private Relay technology for sending data to Apple for privacy’s sake. The details aren’t […] The post appeared first on iLounge.

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