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New Sonos Speaker Costs $500 but New Smart Tuner Is...

Sonos on Tuesday unveiled a new version of its top-of-the-line Play:5 speaker. The redesigned speaker includes three mid-woofers and three tweeters, and it can be set up in three orientations: by itself, or paired with another speaker -- either vertically for tight sound, or horizontally for a more immersive experience, the company said. Along with the new speaker, Sonos introduced Trueplay, an application for iPhones and iPads that's designed to make it easier to tune its wireless speakers to a room's acoustic profile.

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Following release of iOS 9.0.2, Apple stops signing...

Following the release of iOS 9.0.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch this morning, Apple has closed the signing window for iOS 8.4.1 and iOS 9.0. This means that users can no longer downgrade from  a more recent version of the operating system to either of those older builds. This is something Apple always does […]

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AWT News Update: September 30, 2015

Whew, we almost didn't get this podcast out today thanks to an incompatibility with some software. But we did, and the news is:

  • Software updates come hard and fast from Apple today
  • iFixit gets its hands slapped and the keys to the car taken away
  • iFixit also found out that the iPhone 6s isn't waterproof, but it's certainly more water resistant
  • Several third-party apps get the El Capitan treatment

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for September 30, 2015. I want to thank all of our listeners this month, as you pushed us to a new record number of podcast downloads. We appreciate everything you do for us!

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TextWrangler 5.0

Major new release for the free text editor with a number of new features. (Free, 9.5 MB)


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iOS 9.0.2 fixes lockscreen privacy bug that allowed...

With the release of iOS 9.0.2 this morning Apple has fixed a flaw in the lockscreen that allowed anyone to access photos and contacts without actually unlocking the phone. The bug was widely publicized on Twitter and other social media outlets. Apple highlighted the change as the only security fix in today’s release in a […]

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Apple removes iOS app chronicling victims of US...

Apple has pulled an app from the iOS App Store, Metadata+, claiming that its documentation of deaths in U.S. military drone strikes is "content that many users would find objectionable."

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Google Lines Up a Batch of Marshmallow-Ready Hardware

Google on Tuesday introduced a pair of new phablets, a couple of Chromecasts and the first tablet it built by itself. The unveilings took place at the company's Nexus event in San Francisco. Months of leaks drew very accurate portraits of the $499 Huawei Nexus 6P and $379 LG Nexus 5X and other Android hardware, but Google filled in the details ahead of the expected Oct. 5 release of its next mobile operating system: Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Google has billed the Nexus 6P as its "most premium phone" to date.

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Pad & Quill Classic Band for Apple Watch

Up to this point, the only band that I had on my 42mm Space Gray Apple Watch Sport Edition was the standard plain black sport band. Now, I have no complaints with the band -- it's comfortable, lightweight, and flexes with my arm -- but it's just plain boring. So it was with a great deal of excitement that I installed a new Pad & Quill Classic Band for Apple Watch (US$89.95) on my Watch. Read on for a full review.


If you like classic leather watch bands, then you'll be completely in love with the Classic Band. Like all of Pad & Quill's products, it is handmade and even signed on the back by the artisan who did the leatherwork. That's a personal touch that you just don't find on the impersonal, machine-made bands that Apple sells. You'd think that for $149, perhaps Apple could grace its leather Classic...

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TwistedWave Audio Editor: $15

We have a deal on an audio recorder and editor for your Mac called TwistedWave. You might remember Mark Greentree's review of the iOS version for TMO in 2012 where it got 4 stars. TwistedWave supports a huge amount of file formats, including WAV, AIFF, CAF, MP2, MP3, Mpeg4/AAC, ALAC, FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis, WavPack, Wave64, AU, SD2, and WMA. it can detect silence, supports batch processing of multiple files, change pitch, multichannel editing, has mastering features, and much more. It's priced at $80, but you can get it for $15 through our deal.

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Safari 9.0

Update brings many of the features available in Safari 9.0 for OS X 10.11 El Capitan to 10.10 Yosemite and 10.9 Mavericks. (Free, 85.4 MB)


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Apple blocks iFixit dev account following fourth-gen...

Apple has banned iFixit's developer account and pulled its app from the App Store after the repair firm dismantled a fourth-generation Apple TV dev kit it received as part of Apple's pre-release program.

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Apple releases iOS 9.0.2 update

It’s not the biggest iOS update in the world, but it might make a difference.

On Wednesday, Apple released iOS 9.0.2. The update, a 71.8 megabyte download, offers the following fixes and changes:

– Fixes an issue with the setting to turn on or off app cellular data usage.

– Resolves an issue that prevented iMessage activation for some users.

– Resolves an issue where an iCloud backup could be interrupted after starting a manual backup.

– Fixes an issue where the screen could incorrectly rotate when receiving notifications.

– Improves the stability of Podcasts.

iOS 9.0.2 is available as an over-the-air update or via iTunes and requires an iPhone 4s or later, iPad...

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Review: Speck CandyShell Clear and CandyShell Inked...

While many case companies have started retroactively adding "iPhone 6s" to their existing cases, Speck has recently introduced two new cases designed for iPhone 6/6s. (We tried the cases on the 6s, as we will continue to do going forward.) CandyShell Clear ($35) is Speck's first completely clear case, offering CandyShell protection while showing off the iPhone 6s. CandyShell Inked Jonathan Adler ($50) is a special series in conjunction with renowned designer Jonathan Adler. The line comes in seven different designs. Coverage for the sleep/wake button and volume controls are included on both cases.{/exp:char_limit}

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Apple yanks iFixit app from the store, bans...

The electronics repair site iFixit says that after it published its detailed teardown of the upcoming Apple TV hardware, Apple reached out to say that the company had violated the developer agreement and revoked the account that was used to obtain the device. The iFixit app, which was previously available on the App Store for free, […]

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iOS 9: iPhone Battery Dying? Emergency? Low Power...

iOS 9 introduces a new feature to the iPhone called "Low Power Mode." Like Apollo 13 on the way to the Moon, it shuts down non-essential services in an effort to maintain an emergency lifeline. That is, enough juice to make and hold an emergency phone call, be located, or utilize Wi-Fi. Here's how to activate it.

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Skype for Mac now supports Split View on OS X El...

Just in time for Apple’s official release of OS X El Capitan, Microsoft is out with a new version of Skype with features only available on the new operating system. Available in Skype 7.13 for Mac, the messaging and video chatting app now supports Apple’s new Split View feature for running Skype side-by-side with another […]

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OS X El Capitan still exposed to vulnerabilities in...

OS X El Capitan, launched earlier on Wednesday, still contains serious vulnerabilities in its Gatekeeper and Keychain features, according to security researchers.

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The News about Apple News

“iOS 9: A Take Control Crash Course” author Josh Centers takes you on a tour of the new Apple News app in iOS 9, offering tips and tricks. Does it offer enough to appease serious news junkies?


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OS X El Capitan is here: Quick instructions on how...

OS X 10.11 El Capitan just became available for download and installation by Mac owners. Here's a quick guide on how to make a fast and easy transition from OS X Yosemite to OS X El Capitan.

Check your system to make sure it can run OS X El Capitan

If your Mac is running OS X Yosemite, your Mac can run El Capitan as the two operating systems have the same system requirements. If you're doing an update from an earlier version, here's a list of the minimum Mac models that can run El Capitan -- just know that the Mac must have a 64-bit CPU, meaning an Intel Core 2 Duo or newer processor:

  • iMac (mid-2007 or newer)
  • MacBook (13-inch aluminum late 2008 or 13-inch early 2009, or newer)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch mid-2009, 15-inch mid/late 2007, 17-inch late 2007 or newer) MacBook Air (late 2008 or newer)
  • Mac mini (early 2009 or newer)
  • Mac Pro (early 2008 or newer)
  • Xserve (early 2009)


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Gatekeeper bypass in OS X relies on renaming an app

A researcher has discovered that the OS X Gatekeeper setting to restrict app launching only to those cryptographically signed by Apple or to both Apple and third-party developers has a flaw: A signed app can access other software or components that have been replaced with malware without a separate verification stage.

“Gatekeeper only verifies that first application,” says Patrick Wardle, the director of research at enterprise research firm Synack. That means s malicious party can swap out a dynamic software library, a command-line executable (such as a script), or another app with a same-named version. In his testing, Wardle found that a signed Photoshop installer would load plug-ins from another directory that were changed out for malware without any further notification. He also tested with an Apple-distributed program that he declined to disclose at Apple’s request.

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OS X El Capitan is to Yosemite as Snow Leopard was...

Apple has released OS X El Capitan, a new version of OS X that refines the Mac experience and improves system performance. El Capitan is to OS X Yosemite as Snow Leopard was to Leopard. In other words, it concentrates more in improvements and performance gains rather than new features. 

El Capitan introduces enhancements to window management, built-in apps and Spotlight search, and makes everyday activities — from launching apps to accessing email — faster and more responsive, according to Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. He adds that El Capitan offers 1.4x acceleration in app launching, 2x acceleration in app switching, 3x accleration for the display of the first Mail messages, and up to 4x faster speed sin opening PDFs in Preview.

OS X El Capitan refinements begin with the new system font, San Francisco, the typeface probably best known as the typeface on the Apple Watch. Mission Control, which lets you view all open windows,...

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First look video: Split View, new Mission Control in...

Apple's next-generation Mac operating system, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, is now available as a free download, and compatible with all Macs that run OS X Yosemite. AppleInsider offers a quick rundown of a couple of the things you can do with your newly updated Mac.

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Black Hats Offer Million-Dollar iOS 9 Bug Bounty

Zerodium has posted a million-dollar bounty for juicy iOS 9 bugs or jailbreaks.
Zerodium runs a market where exploits and vulnerabilities are bought and sold, according to Damballa. "While there is no insight into a specific buyer, we can assume if an exploit for iOS 9 is found, Zerodium will sell it for way more than $1 million," wrote Loucif Kharouni, senior threat researcher at Damballa. "Finding an iOS 9 security breach would have severe repercussions for millions of iPhone users."

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Apple Releases iOS 9.0.2 With Important Security Fix

Apple has released iOS 9.0.2 with some minor bug fixes and an important security fix related to Siri. According to the notes, "A person with physical access to an iOS device may be able to access photos and contacts from the lock screen."

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Mac: Apple OS X El Capitan

Introduced during Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June and released as a public beta over the summer, Apple has just officially released OS X El Capitan (Free), the next generation of its OS X operating system, and the third iteration of its California-themed releases. El Capitan is a slightly smaller update from its predecessors, focusing primarily on user interface improvements such as a new Split View to allow two apps to be neatly arranged side-by-side in full screen — reminiscent of the similar iPad feature introduced in iOS 9 — as well as UI enhancements to Mission Control, improved searching in Spotlight, and some handy improvements to the Mail, Notes, Maps, and Photos apps.

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Apple releases Safari 9 for Yosemite

Our review of El Capitan and our hands-on with Safari 9 in El Capitan takes a deep dive with key new features in Apple’s browser that are quite useful. But if you’re not ready to upgrade to El Capitan just yet, you’re in luck. Apple released Safari 9 for Yosemite on Wednesday, which has some of the features in Safari for El Capitan.

According to Apple, the new features in Safari 9 for Yosemite include:

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Upgrade Vtrak E-Class for Mac to current 3.36...

Forums: Hardware

Since Apple has stopped paying Promise to build and test upgraded firmware for the e610f for Mac, there have been two very full firmware updates for the e610f. Does anyone know if there's a way to get these out of warranty mac e610f controllers to accept a regular e610f firmware update?


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MediaTek outs two new SDKs for building HomeKit...

MediaTek is today launching support for Apple’s new HomeKit platform for iPhone-connected home automation accessories with new SDKs for two of the company’s systems-on-a-chip (SoC) products. That means that manufacturers using the MediaTek chips can now easily support HomeKit for controlling products from iOS apps and Siri. MediaTek, a pioneering fabless semiconductor company and a […]

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Apple launches OS X 10.11 El Capitan: Here's...

Apple just released its next-generation operating system for Macs, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, to the public.

If you haven’t been using a developer or public beta version over the last few months, here’s how to upgrade from Yosemite to El Capitan: First, make sure you can. El Capitan supports the follow Macs running OS X Snow Leopard and on:

  • iMac (Mid 2007 or newer)
  • MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer)
  • MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer)
  • MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)
  • Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer)
  • Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer)

Is your Mac on that list? Then head on over to the Mac App Store and click on Updates. El Capitan will show up as a software update. You can also click on this link to go directly to the El Capitan download.


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Apple Unleashes OS X El Capitan: What to Do Now

Apple has unleashed its next version of OS X for the Macintosh, named El Capitan. In this release, Apple has officially focused on the user experience and performance, but this new version will have traditional attention to stability and security. Here's a rundown of how to to be properly ready before you pull the trigger.

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Apple releases OS X 10.11 El Capitan to the App Store

Apple has just released the final public version of OS X El Capitan, version 10.11 of the Mac's operating system. As with all recent OS X releases, you'll need to download El Capitan from the Mac App Store on a Mac running OS X 10.6.8 or higher.

El Capitan isn't the most exciting update Apple has ever released, but there are enough changes above and under the hood to make it worth an upgrade: an improved Mission Control with a Split View mode for full screen apps, updates to Spotlight and several of Apple's apps, the Metal graphics API, System Integrity Protection, networking improvements, and other small tweaks. We cover the important stuff in our full review.

For more on system requirements for El Capitan (and for more specific requirements for...

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Apple releases OS X 10.11 El Capitan with Safari 9,...

Apple on Wednesday released to the public the completed OS X 10.11 El Capitan, making a variety of enhancements to features like Safari and Spotlight, while simultaneously ramping up Mac performance.

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News: Apple releases iOS 9.1 beta 3 to developers

Only a week after the last iOS 9.1 beta was released, Apple has now posted a third beta of iOS 9.1 for registered iOS developers. As with the prior beta, iOS 9.1 appears to be primarily focused on adding developer-level enhancements for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, for features such as 3D Touch and Live Photos. This latest beta focuses mostly on fixing a number of issues from the prior beta. Registered iOS developers can download the iOS 9.1…

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News: Apple releases iOS 9.0.2

Apple has released iOS 9.0.2, the second minor maintenance update since the release of iOS 9 two weeks ago. This latest update fixes problems with turning cellular data usage on or off on a per-app basis, iMessage activation, iCloud backups, screen rotation when receiving notifications, and Podcast app stability. The iOS 9.0.2 update is available over the air via General, Software Updates in the iOS Settings app.


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Apple Music Launches in China for $1.57 Per Month

Apple announced on Wednesday it was launching Apple Music, iTunes Movies, and iBooks in China, a significant expansion in digital media in the world's largest market. Apple Music in China will be priced well below the U.S. price, at just 10 CNY, or $1.57 per month. Apple Music will also offer the same 90 day free trial offered in other markets.

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Apple solves more iOS 9 problems with iOS 9.0.2

Apple is in full bug-fixing mode, pushing iOS 9.0.2 out today to solve a handful of problems. This is the second update to iOS 9 in two weeks.

Here are all the issues you can expect iOS 9.0.2 to fix, according to Apple:

  • Fixes an issue with the setting to turn on or off app cellular data usage
  • Resolves an issue that prevented iMessage activation for some users
  • Resolves an issue where an iCloud Backup could be interrupted after starting a manual backup
  • Fixes an issue where the screen could incorrectly rotate when receiving notifications
  • Improves the stability of Podcasts

Install the update, as usual, by connecting your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iTunes or installing over-the-air...

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iOS 9.0.2 is available, get it now

Apple has released a small (72.5 MB) update to iOS 9. Here are the release notes:

The update took only about 20 seconds to download, then a few minutes to install. As noted, information on the security content of the update can be found at

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Apple releases iOS 9.0.2, fixes problems with iCloud...

(credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple has just released iOS 9's second minor bugfix update in as many weeks. iOS 9.0.2 resolves another handful of small-but-pressing issues that users have been having since iOS 9 came out earlier this month.

An iCloud bug that could interrupt a backup after a user initiated one manually has been fixed, as has a problem with iMessage activation. If you've noticed problems with screen orientation when receiving notifications, that has been resolved too. A nondescript "issue" with toggling cellular data for particular apps has been fixed. And the stability of the built-in Podcasts app has been improved just in time for International Podcast Day....

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Apple issues third beta of iOS 9.1 to developers

Apple on Wednesday released the third pre-release beta of iOS 9.1 to developers, continuing its march toward the point-one release with a range of new emoji.

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Apple releases iOS 9.0.2 with fixes for cellular...

Apple on Wednesday issued yet another maintenance and security update for its newly released iOS 9 mobile operating system, marking the second bug squashing for the platform in the past week.

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Apple released a new iOS Firmware

Apple just released iOS 9.0.2 (Build 13A452) for:

  • iPad 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,1) — Download
  • iPad 2 (GSM) (iPad2,2) — Download
  • iPad 2 (CDMA) (iPad2,3) — Download
  • iPhone 4s (iPhone4,1) — Download
  • iPad 2 (Wi-Fi, 2012) (iPad2,4) — Download
  • iPad 3 (Wi-Fi...

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Apple Releases iOS 9.0.2 with More Bug Fixes

The bugs keep crawling in, and Apple keeps squashing them, which is why we’re getting iOS 9.0.2 a mere week after 9.0.1.


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News: Cook urges businesses, governments to address...

In comments made at the BoxWorks conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he believes businesses should work to address social problems when governments are unwilling or unable to do so, Computer World reports. Apple’s push to move itself and members of its supply chain toward renewable energy has proven more successful than government actions aimed at the same goal, with Apple holding a substantial enough sphere of influence to push others to comply…

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BeLight Software offering Get Backup Pro for free...

BeLight Software is giving away free copies of its Mac backup and cloning app Get Backup Pro -- normally $19.95 -- today to get you ready for OS X El Capitan. The free deal is only available until 11:59 PDT tonight, so download it now!

According to BeLight, the most useful feature of Get Backup Pro is its cloning capability, which allows users to clone a Mac's HD or SSD to create a bootable backup disk. That's a great reason to download and install Get Backup Pro right now before you update to OS X El Capitan. 

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How Google's new Maps for Apple Watch stacks up...

Google finally made a Maps app for Apple Watch, but it’s pretty lackluster, especially compared to Apple’s native Maps app for the watch.

I was waiting for Google Maps to arrive on my wrist for easily accessible public transit directions, but iOS 9 and watchOS 2 put Apple’s own transit directions on the watch. Now, comparing Google’s new Maps offering to Apple’s, it’s obvious Google didn’t put a whole lot of work into its watch app.

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Is the new iPhone waterproof?


Over the weekend some brave Apple fans introduced their new iPhones to a life aquatic. The phones didn’t always emerge unscathed, but the overall trend is clear: the 6s and 6s Plus are dramatically less prone to liquid damage than their predecessors.

So, what changed? After disassembling a couple of new iPhones in the name of science, here’s what we found.

Remember, “dramatically less prone to liquid damage” does not mean “waterproof”. You still need to be very careful about getting your expensive electronics wet but it’s good to see Apple is taking baby steps towards helping the clumsy among us not damage our phones.

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Initial Apple Music trial subscriptions coming to an...

It’s time to check in on your free trial of Apple Music, especially if you’re not sure exactly when the free trial ends and billing kicks in.

As of today, it’s been three months since the Apple Music rollout. If you’re looking to check your specific status, follow these instructions:

– On your iOS device, fire up the Music app.

– Tap the user silhouette icon in the upper left corner (left side of the title bar) to load the Account page.

– Select View Apple ID from the Account page.

– If prompted, enter your Apple ID password.

– On the Account Settings page, tap the Manage button (under Subscriptions,...

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Google Maps updated to 4.11.0, now compatible with...

You can now use Google Maps with your Apple Watch.

Which is both nifty and useful.

Google on Tuesday updated its Google Maps app for iOS to version 4.11.0, adding support for the Apple Watch. The app can now deliver directions on Apple’s wrist-worn device.

The new version also offers the following fixes and changes:
– Easily compare ETAs across driving, transit, walking & biking.

– Call business & get directions directly from a list of places.

– Get directions to places now on your Apple Watch.

– Bug fixes.

Google Maps requires iOS 7.0 or later to install and run.

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Use Safari’s responsive design mode in El Capitan

If you’ve got any interest in web development, take Safari’s Responsive Design Mode for a spin.

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Last Call: Free AppleCare with mid-2015 15"...

There's less than 24 hours left on a series of exclusive Mac deals, among them are free AppleCare with select mid-2015 15" MacBook Pros (save $300-$600 plus a free accessory), a loaded 2014 15" MacBook Pro with AppleCare for $2,050 ($800 off), and an additional $75 off all 11" MacBook Airs (up to $325 off).

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New Attack Bypasses Mac OS X Gatekeeper

msm1267 writes: Mac OS X's Gatekeeper security service is supposed to protect Apple computers from executing code that's not signed by Apple or downloaded from its App Store. A researcher, however, has built an exploit that uses a signed binary to execute malicious code. Patrick Wardle, a longtime Apple hacker, said Gatekeeper performs only an initial check on an application to determine whether it came from an untrusted source and should not be executed. Using a signed binary that passes the initial check and then loads a malicious library or app from the same or relative directory, however, will get an advanced attacker onto an OS X machine. Wardle disclosed his research and proof of concept to Apple, which said it is working on a patch, and may push out a short-term mitigation in the meantime.


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Apple's iPhone 6s lineup quietly uses new...

Though Apple hasn't advertised improved water damage protection for its new iPhone 6s series, the company has silently added a new perimeter gasket around the 3D Touch Retina display, as well as new silicone seals to cable connectors, that greatly enhance the device's ability to keep liquids out.

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Judgment day for Apple Music: Will you be...

Today marks the three-month anniversary of the launch of Apple Music, but more importantly, the end of the streaming service's free trial period for anyone who signed up on day one. At last count, six weeks after its debut, Apple counted over 11 mill...

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TMO Daily Observations 2015-09-30: iPhone 6s Live...

There's plenty to look at in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, so today Kelly Guimont joins Jeff Gamet to talk about Live Photos, Apple's new cameras, making the move from the iPhone 5s, and using 3D touch.

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23andMe data helps shed light on common cause of...

Biotech company 23andMe is very open about the fact that it offers your genetic data from its DNA test kits to researchers -- with your consent, of course. Now, its contribution to a genetic study about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common ca...

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City of Westminster gives go-ahead to revamp '...

Apple's plans to renovate its Regent Street store in London have been given government approval, paving the way for the popular retail outlet's facade and "tired and outdated" interior to be overhauled in a big way.

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Mealworms convert Styrofoam waste into usable soil

Researchers have found a scourge for the 33 million tons of plastic dumped each year in the US: mealworms. A team from Stanford and China's Beihang University found that the beetle larvae stay perfectly healthy eating just Styrofoam, which is norma...

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NVIDIA's Shield TV goes on sale in the UK and...

In the six months since NVIDIA launched Shield TV, we've put it through its paces and called it best Android TV box money can buy. Consumers in the US have been able to get their hands on it since May, but now it's time for Europe to get in on the...

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How to Share Live Photos With Everyone (spoiler:...

Taking a Live Photo is pretty neat, and as long as you can iMessage someone running iOS 9, they can share in that neatness. If you want to share with other people, or even your Mac, you'll need an alternate solution. Kelly shows the easiest way to share out that amazing Live Photo for all the world to see, regardless of device.

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Drop-dead simple exploit completely bypasses Mac’s...

Enlarge / The file names in this screenshot have been redacted to protect the vulnerable. (credit: Patrick Wardle)

Since its introduction in 2012, an OS X feature known as Gatekeeper has gone a long way to protecting the Macs of security novices and experts alike. Not only does it help neutralize social engineering attacks that trick less experienced users into installing trojans, code-signing requirements ensure even seasoned users that an installer app hasn't been maliciously modified as it was downloaded over an unencrypted connection.

Now, a security researcher has found a drop-dead simple technique that completely bypasses Gatekeeper, even when the protection is set to its strictest setting. The hack uses a binary file...

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ICYMI: Take-home laser razor, IKEA-building bot and...

Today on In Case You Missed It: A Kickstarter campaign for a razor has us all riveted. Rather than the cold, hard metal we're all used to, it uses a laser-beam to cut hair. Meanwhile roboticists at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore...

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GeForce Now puts PC games on your NVIDIA device for...

NVIDIA's GRID service wasn't the be-all, end-all of its cloud gaming ambitions... if anything, the company was just getting started. The crew in Santa Clara has unveiled GeForce Now, an $8 per month subscription service that streams PC games to al...

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Apple Music, iTunes Movies, iBooks now available in...

Apple Music, iTunes movies and iBooks are now available to customers in China. Launching with millions of songs in its catalog, Apple Music in China features music from artists including Eason Chan, Li Ronghao, JJ Lin and G.E.M., as well as a wide range of international artists including Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and many more. 

Fans can also rent or purchase movies from a selection of Chinese studios as well as Hollywood blockbusters on the iTunes Store, in addition to enjoying paid and free books from the iBooks Store. "For the first time, customers in China will have access to Apple’s entertainment ecosystem with music, movies and books right at their fingertips", says Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services.

Starting today (Sept. 30), music fans in China are invited to a three-month trial membership of Apple Music, after which a 10 RMB/month subscription fee will apply. There will also be a...

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How to View Live Photos in iOS 9

Live Photos are one of the new features of the iPhone 6s and 6s+. They're neat, but how do you show them off? Kelly has the scoop on how to send them to other Apple users, who can see them, and how to make them available to everyone else.

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PlayStation Vue adds EPIX Hits to its streaming...

You might not be able to catch Optimus Prime on Netflix anymore, but soon you'll be able to see the autobot on PlayStation's TV alternative. After expanding its reach in the US, Vue has announced that it will offer EPIX Hits to the digital buffet o...

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Inside iOS 9: Apple's QuickType keyboard gains...

Apple's QuickType keyboard has gained new iPad-specific functions in iOS 9, including a "Shortcut Bar" with quick links to commonly used text entry functions like cut, copy, paste, and font options.

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How to add Apple Pay support in watchOS 2's...

watchOS 2 allows you to easily add Apple Pay support in the Wallet app in watchOS 2. This gives you the ability to use merchant rewards and store-issued credit and debit cards on your Apple Watch.

To do so, make sure your iPhone is running iOS 9.x as you'll have to use the Apple Watch app on the smartphone to set up Apple Pay in watchOS 2. (Even if you're already using Apple Pay on your iPhone, you'll still need to add your payment cards to the Watch.) Then you should:

° Launch the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

° Choose Wallet & Apple Pay.

° Select "Add credit or debit card." You'll be prompted you to implement a 4-digit passcode for you Watch if you haven't already done this.

° Sign into your iCloud account.

° Enter your credit card information. The credit card you use for the Apple...

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Apple Music - Guided Tour: Apple Music Playlists (...

With Apple Music trial periods beginning to expire, the company has posted a series of videos on YouTube that offer guided tours to many features on the service. Below we have Guided Tour: Apple Music Playlists. It walks you through how to navigate playlists on the streaming service and breaks down the different types offered (Apple Editor Playlists, Activity Playlists, Curated Playlists). All of the icons and other features are explained, too.

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Twelve South's HiRise models work just fine...

Twelve South’s US$34.95 HiRise has been around for a while, but it works great with the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. It's also now available in a "deluxe" version.

The HiRise is a stylish pedestal of silver brushed metal that works exclusively with the Apple Lightning cable (not included) and is small enough to sit anywhere in your home or office. The metal pedestal elevates the iPhone for FaceTime chats, hands-free calls, desktop charging, viewing apps and streaming music. It does this without blocking your speakers, mic or headphone ports as some docks do.

The HiRise works with just about any case, such as the OtterBox Defender, the Speck CandyShell, Apple’s iPhone 5s/5c cases, and Twelve South’s own BookBook. The HiRises’ sliding rear support and multiple height clips can accommodate all these cases and more, or you can use it with no case on the iPhone at all.

The HiRise Deluxe kicks things up a notch...

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Desktops such as the iMac will continue to thrive

In his famous "cars/trucks" analogy, the late Steve Jobs once said that tablets like the iPad would become most folks' choice for a personal computer while traditional computers (especially desktops) would be mainly for businesses and "power users." At the Sept. 9 media event announcing new iPhones, a new Apple TV and the iPad Pro, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the latter was "Apple's vision for the future of personal computing." But don't worry: the desktop isn't going anywhere soon.

In what will be good news for iMac fans (as well as those who love their Mac minis and Mac Pros), a recent survey by the IDC research group indicates that despite the continuous shift to mobility and the proliferation of portable devices such as "ultraslim" notebooks (such as the 12-inch MacBook), convertibles (which certainly includes the iPad Pro), and tablets, desktops are still the main PC...

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Hands-on with Safari 9 in El Capitan: Little changes...

Safari’s major overhaul occurred when Yosemite was released last year. By comparison, the changes to Safari are just a few, but they will have an immediate effect on how you browse the web. Let's take a closer look at those changes.

Safari tab mute

This feature alone is worth upgrading to El Capitan. Whenever you’re in Safari, there’s a very good chance that you have multiple tabs open. And many websites auto-play media (yes, like Macworld), so you can end up with sound coming from a tab you aren’t currently looking at. The problem is trying to find which tab the sound is coming from so you can mute the audio.

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Hands-on with Mail 9 in El Capitan: Improved full-...

Mail is one of those apps most of us take for granted. It’s one of the first apps we configure when setting up a Mac. In El Capitan, that foundational app experience is the same—what’s more, Apple has introduced big improvements to Mail 9 that make it easier to work on and do more with your messages.

Much more robust full-screen support and swipe gestures are two of Mail 9’s most noticeable visual changes. That’s not all: Improved data detectors make it easier to add events to your calendar and contacts to your contact database. There are other under the hood improvements to make it easier to find what you need and act on it.

Full-screen support and gestures

Full-screen support in Mail 9 makes it easier to juggle multiple email messages. Let’s say you’re composing an email and you want to check another message or copy something from it. The email message you’re composing now moves to the bottom of the screen, so you can access your email inbox, copy text or...

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Tuesday September 29

Apple purchases 200 acres of land in Oregon to...

Oregon news outlet The Bulletin reports that Apple has purchased nearly 200 acres of land in Prineville, Oregon this week. The property purchased this week is directly adjacent to Apple’s already existing facility in the city. Apple reportedly paid $3.6 million for its new 200 acre plot. Apple hasn’t specified its plans for the land […]

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Mmo4pal to play within the game.

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If you are enthusiasts of FIFA games, you may spot the pattern. In FIFA fourteen, pace was powered. In FIFA 15, speed was overpowered. what’s going upon in FIFA 16?
FIFA 16 is the biggest football game on the planet. There are two possible answers. EA has found the simplest method to make fans feel like yearly purchase. Another is that the balanced game doesn’t exist.

Nevertheless, EA is creating a non-existent perfect. many fans have found which playing FIFA 16 has getting how challenging, particularly for the very first few hours. The biggest alter is passing. It represents a far more dramatic shift to play within the game.

It also means there’s an amount of realism at playing you won't ever seen before from here. Protecting...

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Fifa 16 coins to have lots of money for transfers

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Within FIFA 16 Career mode may be Fifa 16 coins
the ability to have lots of money for transfers to buy the players you want for your squads. One way to get this done nice and quick is in order to unlock the financial takeover item in the EASFC Catalogue.

You need from the main menu to visit the end on the right underneath the customise tab and then you’ll begin to see the catalogue on the right. Go into it and then you need to scroll across to the Profession tab. There’s a financial takeover with regard to level 10, 25 and 35 so as a whole there’s three to get. The larger they are means the more income that you’ll get for your own transfer...

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Apple, Microsoft Tout Their Privacy Policies To Get...

jfruh writes: Apple hasn't changed its privacy policy in more than a year — but that didn't stop the company from putting up a glossy website explaining it in layman's terms. Microsoft too has been touting its respect for its users's privacy. This doesn't represent any high-minded altruism on those companies' parts, of course; it's part of their battle against Google, their archrival that offers almost all of its services for free and makes its money mining user data.


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Apple Music, iTunes Movies and iBooks debut in China

Apple announced a major expansion to its digital content offerings on Wednesday local China time as the company introduced the huge Asian market to Apple Music, iTunes Movies and iBooks services.

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Apple Music, iTunes Movies, and iBooks now available...

Apple today announced via a press release that its Apple Music, iTunes Movies, and iBooks services are now available to customers in China. The company says that Apple Music is launching in China with “millions” of songs, including local artists like Eason Chan, Li Ronghao, JJ Lin and G.E.M, as well as international stars like […]

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Apple published a new Press Release
Poll: As Apple Music free trial expires, are you...

When Apple Music officially launched earlier this year, we ran a poll seeing where people were switching from to use the service. A surprising 33 percent of the 18,000 responses said they were switching from Spotify to Apple Music, while another 23 percent said Apple Music was their first streaming service. At the time, however, anyone […]

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Estimated iPhone 6s build cost pegged at $211.50,...

Despite Tim Cook's harsh dismissal of "guesstimators," research firm IHS Technology claims Apple's latest iPhone 6s and 6s Plus hardware bears material costs of $211.50 and $236, respectively.

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Google Adds Apple Watch App for Google Maps

Google Maps joined the Apple Watch bandwagon Tuesday. An update to the Google Maps client for iOS slipped in an Apple Watch app along with new comparison feature for different travel modes.

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Apple's enterprise business made $25B in past...

During an interview at the BoxWorks 2015 conference on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed enterprise sales generated $25 billion over the past 12 months, or roughly 14 percent of the company's revenue for the trailing year.

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∞ Black Stone Cherry: White Trash Millionaire

I love these guys—just straight ahead Rock.

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AWT News Update: September 29, 2015

OS X El Capitan's coming tomorrow - are you ready to upgrade?

  • Make sure you get a good full backup or Time Machine backup of your favorite Mac tonight
  • Google Maps comes to Apple Watch
  • Pixar gets hands-on with the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil
  • Apple Pay may end up in the Great White North in October

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As you may have noticed on Apple World Today this afternoon, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan will...

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iOS 9 and Swift Adventure Bundle: $39

Check out this developer tutorial deal called the iOS 9 and Swift Adventure Bundle. It includes Rick and Jenna's iOS 9 Adventure Course and Swift: Learn Apple's Programming Language. Together these two courses feature 400 lectures and 36 hours of video content. Through our deal you can get this bundle for $39.

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Apple buys nearly 200 acres of land for Oregon data...

In line with rumors earlier this year, Apple last Friday closed on a $3.6 million purchase of nearly 200 acres of land in Prineville, Ore., a land grab that could double the size of existing iCloud data center operations in the region.

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Found on Mars: Cool, Clear Water?

Dark, narrow streaks going downhill at four locations on Mars are evidence of water flowing on the planet. Called "recurring slope lineae," the streaks are approximately the length of a football field, according to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. They are believed to have been formed by the seasonal flow of water. Lujendra Ojha of the Georgia Institute of Technology noticed these lineae as an undergraduate student at the University of Arizona in 2010. His team's report on the research was published Monday in Nature Geoscience.

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iOS 9 'Wi-Fi Assist' Could Lead To Huge...

Dave Knott writes: One of the new features introduced in iOS9 is "Wi-Fi Assist." This enables your phone to automatically switch from Wi-Fi to a cellular connection when the Wi-Fi signal is poor. That's helpful if you're in the middle of watching a video or some other task on the internet that you don't want interrupted by spotty Wi-Fi service. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi Assist is enabled by default, which means that users may exceed their data cap without knowing it because their phone is silently switching their data connection from Wi-Fi to cellular.


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iTunes Connect iOS app updates with push...

Apple updated its iTunes Connect client for iOS on Tuesday, bolting on a notification system for developers, publishers and others who need to keep up with their submissions.

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OS X El Capitan Available as Free Update Tomorrow

OS X El Capitan, the latest major release of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, will be available Wednesday, September 30, as a free update for Mac users. El Capitan builds on the groundbreaking features and beautiful design of OS X Yosemite. “People love using their Macs, and one of the biggest reasons is the power and ease of use of OS X,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “El Capitan refines the Mac experience and improves performance in a lot of little ways that make a very big difference. Feedback from our OS X beta program has been incredibly positive and we think customers are going to love their Macs even more with El Capitan.”

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Tip of the Day: Adjusting video recording quality...

When Apple introduced 60 fps video recording on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it helpfully added a setting in iOS 8 to toggle it on and off. With the higher resolutions now offered by the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, iOS 9 expands these settings to provide even further control over both the recording resolution and frame rates....

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News: Google Maps gets Apple Watch support

Google has released an update to Google Maps adding support for getting directions using the Apple Watch. This latest update allows users to route to home or work directly from the wearable device, or view any other directions that have been plotted using the app on the iPhone. In addition to Apple Watch support, the Google Maps iOS update also allows users to compare ETAs across driving, transit, walking and biking routes, and call businesses and…

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Review: BenQ treVolo Bluetooth Portable...

The BenQ treVolo ($299) is an electrostatic compact portable Bluetooth speaker with a unique set of components. It comes from BenQ, a company known mostly for projectors and monitors — treVolo is the company's only speaker. The name “treVolo,” roughly translated from Italian, means “three flights." We let BenQ’s high-end speaker spread its wings; let’s see if it can soar.{/exp:char_limit}

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Google Maps comes to the Apple Watch in latest iOS...

Google has released an updated version of its mapping application for iOS that includes several new features, including an Apple Watch app. Along with the new watch app comes the ability to compare ETAs for different modes of transportation, such as biking and walking. Users can now also call a business or get directions to […]

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Google unveils new Nexus phones, Chromecasts, Pixel...

At a Tuesday press event, Apple rival Google announced a wide slate of new hardware including two new Nexus phones, new Chromecasts, and the Pixel C Android tablet.

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Gear: Booq Shadow Messenger Bag

Booq’s new Shadow messenger bag is made to fit MacBooks from 12” to 15”. The bag comes in two variations — a black nylon bag or a gray fiber bag. We received the black nylon bag, and it happens to be a light ballistic nylon with water-repellent coating. As always, Booq’s Terralinq lost-and-found service comes with the bag.

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Win an Apple Watch or iPhone 6s from Macphun and...

Our friends at Macphun are sponsoring TMO this week ... and offering all of you a chance to win one of two Apple Watches or a brand new iPhone 6s! The folks at MacPhun have made entering this contest super simple. Just visit their contest page, enter your name, your email, your country and whether you use a Mac or a PC (you have to pick just one, you cross-platform-using ninjas!) and that's it, you're entered.

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$450 for a prepaid iPhone 6s seems like a typo, but...

From Apple’s latest flagship iPhone isn’t even a week old yet, but it’s already getting its first discount. Boost Mobile (part of the Sprint Network) offers the 16GB iPhone 6s in Space Gray for $549.99 (already $100 below list), but applying coupon code B6677847 during checkout drops your final price down to just $449.99 […]

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TAG Heuer to launch $1,800 Apple Watch competitor in...

Luxury monolith LVMH is set to launch a new Apple Watch competitor under its TAG Heuer brand in November, priced starting at $1,800. But even that may not be enough to offset a troubling 2016 for the Swiss watchmaker, the head of the company's watch division said in an interview on Tuesday.

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