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Saturday November 21

Check your credit card transactions: 54 Starwood...

Third-party forensic experts have discovered that the point-of-sale systems in 54 Starwood hotels across the US and Canada were infected with malware. The company has listed all the locations in its PSA, including various Sheraton, Westin and W pro...

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Another security manual recommends using Apple...

An operations security manual developed to advise journalists and political activists on how to protect their identities is now being distributed by supporters of Islamic State terrorists. One of its recommendations is to use Apple's securely encrypted iMessage service.

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MacPhun offers up to 85% off Creative Kit 2016 for...

MacPhun is getting in on the Black Friday fun early with a great deal launching today through the Black Friday shopping festivities.

Up to 85% off its Creative Kit 2016 means you get six of the company’s popular Mac apps– Snapheal, FX Photo Studio, Intensify, Focus,...

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Gadget Ogling: A Dumb Watch Dock, a Smart VR Phone...

No longer leaving it up to third-party companies to create charging docks for its Apple Watch, Apple has released its own official dock. It allows Watch owners to rest the smartwatch in nightstand mode -- a feature introduced in the latest version of the operating system that essentially turns the Watch into a bedside clock -- without tangling it up with the standard magnetic charger. The dock is a flat puck, almost like a circle bed on which to rest your precious Watch as you sleep.

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How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name

ColdWetDog writes: Co.Design has an article by two early Apple designers on how the company has lost its way, and quite frankly, lost its marbles when it comes to user interface design. In the search for a minimalist, clean design, it has forgotten time honored UI principles and made it harder for people to use Apple products. As someone who has followed computer UI evolution since the command line and who has used various Apple products for a number of years, the designers' concerns really hit home for me. Of course, Apple isn't the only company out there who makes UI mistakes. And it is notable that the article has totally annoying, unstoppable GIFs that do nothing to improve understanding. User Interfaces are hard, but it would be nice to have everybody take a few steps back from the precipice.


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Court says Apple didn’t infringe on ContentGuard...

A U.S. jury says Apple didn't infringe five anti-piracy patents owned by a Pendrell Corp. subsidiary at trial in a Texas federal court, reports Reuters ( The jury also found that Apple didn’t prove that the patents were invalid. No damages were awarded to Pendrell subsidiary ContentGuard Holdings.

In 2013 ContentGuard sued Apple and other companies, claiming patent infringements involving more than 300 issued patents and more than 160 pending patent applications in content management and protection technologies. The Pendrell subsidiary claimed that many of the world's mobile phones, tablets and e-readers produced today rely on its digital rights management technologies ("DRM") to safeguard music, movies, television shows, games, documents and other content from piracy.

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Sitting on a winning lottery ticket

This is a great post, especially when he brings in the conversation from “Good Will Hunting”.

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iOS 9 How-To: Put your iPhone in Low Power Mode...

Have you ever wondered how much of your battery is being used? Or been in a quick pinch and you’re desperate to make your device last the whole day? Even though it’s at 18% and you won’t be able to access a charger for several hours?  Or have you ever wondered why sometimes when you use certain apps your battery dramatically drains? New in the iOS 9 Settings application is the ability to put your device in Low Power Mode.

Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption until you can fully recharge your device. When it is turned on, the system notifications, mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads and visual effects are reduced or turned off.

When you are using the device and have the battery get down to 20%, you’re iPhone pops up with a notification in the middle of whatever you are doing....

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This week on AppleInsider: Apple Pay, 4-inch iPhones...

The biggest news this week revolved mostly around Apple Pay, but there was also an official Apple Watch dock launch, problems with the iPad Pro, and more rumors of a 4-inch iPhone.

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The week in Apple news: iPad Pro problems, Apple...

Apple headlines for the week ending November 20, 2015

It was a week of mea culpa for Apple this past week. There was the whole Mac App Store certificate kerfuffle, which lead to many developers talking about their general issues with the App Store. Then there was the odd problem with the iPad Pro and unexpected shutdowns. And the week ended with folks angry at Apple executive Jimmy Iovine and his thoughts about an Apple Music commercial. Next week is a short business week, Apple, so you have that to look forward to. Here are the important Apple headlines of the past week. Click on the link to read the full story.

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Review: Apple goes high fashion with Apple Watch...

Apple dipped a toe into the world of fashion with Apple Watch and Apple Watch accoutrements, including a tie-up with Hermes, but we think the company's latest accessory is also one of its most elegant. And it's a dock.

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Friday November 20

Oculus Concepts collects experimental mobile VR...

Virtual reality is nothing if not an awesome font for weird little experiences, but they can be kind of difficult to find. Some are on Steam, some are available elsewhere. Oculus is hoping that Oculus Concepts, its new section of the Gear VR's Ocul...

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The cult of the Toto toilet

The New York Times:

For those who own Japanese toilets, there is a cultish devotion. They boast heated seats, a bidet function for a rear cleanse and an air-purifying system that deodorizes during use. The need for toilet paper is virtually eliminated (there is an air dryer) and “you left the lid up” squabbles need never take place (the seat lifts and closes automatically in many models).

When I was in Tokyo and had to use one of these, I was completely embarrassed by my inability to figure out how to use it. I literally had to ask my host how to operate the toilet.

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NASA orders SpaceX to taxi astronauts to the ISS in...

Right now, flying to the International Space Station means leaving from Russia, but it won't always be that way. Today, NASA announced that it officially ordered a crew rotation mission from Elon Musk's SpaceX, due to launch sometime in 2017. This...

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Chill optional: 51 percent of US internet users...

Netflix's robust content library has helped it top nearly 70 million subscribers worldwide. Not surprisingly, the majority of those come from the US, where the streaming service has over 43 million customers alone. And, for the most part, people he...

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Apple reminds iPhone users about Apple Pay in new...

In an ongoing effort to inform consumers about Apple Pay services, Apple on Friday released a video detailing step-by-step how-to guide for iPhone 6 and 6s process and touting the protocol's security, ease of use and features.

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Man arrested in Fifth Ave Apple Store trying to...

Customers and employees at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York had somewhat of an interesting experience today. According to a report from ABC 7 NY, a man entered the store and headed to the iconic clear glass staircase and began waving around a samurai sword while screaming.

He was then escorted out of the building, with Apple Store employees building a wall between him and the customers as a layer of protection. When he was outside in front of the store, the man allegedly went back to screaming and waving around his samurai sword. He was taken into custody by two New York Police Department officers. According to eyewitnesses, right before the man was taken into custody by the NYPD officers,...

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AWT News Update: November 20, 2015

It's a Slow News Friday, so we have just a short podcast for your listening pleasure today:

  • iTunes Connect will be down for developers between December 22 - 29
  • Apple Pencils at Best Buy? Inconceivable!
  • Apple working on a troubleshooting and repair app?
  • LG Display to spend billions on a new OLED plant

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for November 20, 2015. 

Expect to see a flurry of app updates before December 22. That’s the day that Apple’s iTunes Connect downtime will...

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Apple wins DRM patent lawsuit leveled by ContentGuard

Apple came out unscathed from a legal battle involving digital rights management IP owned by ContentGuard, a subsidiary of non-practicing entity Pendrell Corp. that sued the iPhone maker for infringing on five patents.

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Shift is a debit card for your bitcoin wallet

Even though the banking industry and US regulators are getting on board the bitcoin train, actually spending your hard-mined bitcoins can be a bit tricky. Luckily, Coinbase debuted a solution on Friday: the Shift debit card. It's the first such bit...

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Apple shares new Guided Tour video highlighting...

Apple today has shared a new Guided Tour video to its YouTube channel that highlights Apple Pay on the iPhone. Apple has previously shared a Guided Tour showing off Apple on the Apple Watch, but this is the first video in which Apple has demonstrated the feature on its smartphone.

In the video, Apple highlights the ease of use that Apple Pay provides. The company demonstrates how you can use it at compatible checkout terminals in retail locations, as well as use it in apps for buying goods and apps like Uber for buying services.

Apple closes the video by demonstrating how easy it is to setup Apple Pay, including adding the card, verifying the card, and finally actually using it in stores.

You can view Apple’s new Guided Tour video for Apple Pay on iPhone below. Apple has previously shared a plethora of Guided Tour videos for Apple Watch. The company likes to use the format to showcase...

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Notable apps and app updates for November 20, 2015

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

iOS Apps/Updates

The future of TV is being able to order what you want to watch, when you want to watch it, without paying for a thousand cable channels you never even look at. One of the subscription services that you can get today is HBO NOW, available with a 30-day free trial, then a $14.99 monthly subscription fee that you can cancel at any time. Whether it's Game of Thrones, new movies, or classic HBO series like The Sopranos, it's all available for one set fee. 

For even more streaming TV fun, take a look at Hulu if you're not already a subscriber. The app is free to download, you can get...

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Playdate: Death becomes us in 'Darksiders 2...

When publisher THQ went bankrupt a few years back it was a staggering blow to the game industry. Sure, the company made some flops (oh hi, Homefront), but it also published some killer games like the Saint's Row and Metro franchises. The label also h...

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Apple announces annual winter iTunes Connect...

Apple on Friday reminded developers that the annual iTunes Connect winter downtime is fast approaching, with this year's shutdown scheduled for Dec. 22 through Dec. 29.

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Rdio will transition subscribers to free accounts...

Following the news of Rdio's bankruptcy filing and sale to Pandora, the company offered some details on how its users can expect their streaming accounts to ride off into the sunset. Starting November 23rd, the service will no longer accept new cus...

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Apps: Apple TV Edition: Alto’s Adventures, Labyrinth...

With the Apple TV App Store continuing to provide some interesting new options for apps, we decided it’s time for another roundup of the Apple TV apps we’ve seen lately, from the typical and popular game options through to the slightly more eclectic. Alto’s Adventure ($3) — The popular snowboarding odyssey comes to the Apple TV, and best of all it’s a universal app, so if you’ve already been enjoying it on your iPhone,…

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Mini review video: Our verdict on the iPad Pro in...

Had trouble reading every single word of my iPad Pro review? It's okay, writing all of those words was kind of hard, too. For those of you with shorter attention spans, here's the abridged version: Apple's biggest-ever tablet isn't for me, but it...

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The Week in iOS Apps: Game on!

Game on!

This week's roundup of apps includes several different games—ranging from party fun to brain-twisting puzzlers. Read on!


Brainstorm is a $3 iOS app that offers nine categories of game play—everything from charades to trivia to memory games and more. And it’s designed for groups: “Played in two teams of any size, it’s designed to keep players with all types of skills and interests having a blast.”

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Facebook at Work rolls out a dedicated chat app on...

Facebook at Work caters to businesses, allowing employees to communicate and share documents on private channels, and this week it adds a new mobile feature called Work Chat. Work Chat is a separate messaging app that operates similarly to the stan...

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Still severely constrained at Apple's own...

The Apple Pencil for iPad Pro launched at electronics retailer Best Buy on Friday, with some stores showing inventory in stock, despite the fact that Apple's own retail locations continue to face constraints.

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Review: Ecoxgear EcoPebble Powerbank + Speaker

Ecoxgear's EcoPebble Powerbank + Speaker ($100) is a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, which, like a growing number of Bluetooth speakers, includes a number of other features to appeal to customers. It's notable that "Powerbank" is actually listed first in the product name — EcoPebble Powerbank pairs a 10400 mAh battery charger with its speaker. Other features include a universal mount, dual charging ports, speakerphone, and flashlight. EcoPebble Powerbank is IP67 waterproof, so though it can float, it's also submersible to one meter deep for 30 minutes. Ecoxgear claims its accessory can get over 50 hours of play time, which is one of the highest battery claims we've seen for a Bluetooth speaker. EcoPebble Powerbank includes a knit micro-USB cable for charging, a wall adapter, universal mount strap, and carabiner clip. {/exp:char_limit}

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Facebook has a cure for your broken heart: more...

Your best friend, Facebook — you know the one who toyed with your emotions for personal gain; repeatedly brought up moments you'd rather forget; and refused to call you by your chosen name for, like, ever — really wants to help you get...

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Microsoft HoloLens, Volvo to Pioneer Augmented Car...

Microsoft HoloLens on Thursday announced a partnership with Volvo Cars to develop a new holographic technology that could change the way consumers experience auto showrooms. The tech would let potential buyers experience an automobile in an entirely new way, suggested Scott Erickson, senior director of Microsoft HoloLens. Using Microsoft's HoloLens goggles, consumers could view safety feature demonstrations, see car customization options, and even take part in virtual test drives without leaving the showroom.

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Hillary Clinton calls for cooperation on encryption

The debate over smartphone, app and data encryption rages on in the US. With the recent events in Paris only fueling the fire for those arguing for backdoor access, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke up on the need for cooperat...

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How-To: Use iPad keyboard shortcuts in iOS 9 and...

Yesterday I mentioned a useful tip for using physical keyboards with iPads in my guide to unlocking the full potential of the iPad Pro. The tip actually works with all iOS 9 iPads connected to external keyboards over Bluetooth, Lightning, or the Smart Connector: hold Command (⌘) to see a list of supported keyboard shortcuts for the Home screen or app you’re in.

This works in most of Apple’s built-in apps and plenty of popular third-party apps as well, but it can be monotonous prompting that sheet in each app to get a sense of what keyboard shortcuts work. Instead, I’ve compiled a cheat sheet of which keyboard shortcuts work in all the system apps and several popular third-party apps. Whether you’re using Apple’s Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro,...

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iPad Pro problems: Apple acknowledges mysterious...

Some iPad Pro owners have noticed some strange behavior in their new 12.9-inch tablets. Normally when you charge a device, unless the battery has completely died, the screen remains responsive. But some iPad Pros are completely freezing, then dying, after a recharge. The problem appears to be widespread—Apple’s support communities are filled with complaints about the issue.

Apple knows about the problem, but hasn’t said why it’s happening. There doesn’t seem to be a real fix for it, either—at least not yet. The company published a support document on Thursday advising Pro users to force restart their tablets to bring them back to life, but that’s not really a long-term solution, because the issue is ongoing.


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Leaked screenshots show glimpse of Apple...

Apple is working on an iOS app intended to funnel people through the support process faster, as well as address a lot of questions without phone calls or looking it up on the company's website, it was revealed on Friday.

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Dojo Stands Cybersecurity Guard for Smart Homes

Dojo-Labs on Thursday introduced Dojo, a device that plugs into the router of a home network and acts as a watchdog to ensure that everything connected to the network is operating on its best behavior. The device brings some of the advanced technologies used to protect corporate networks to the home. It can prevent attacks and detect intrusions by observing how a device behaves on the network. Moreover, the longer it's connected to a network, the smarter it gets about how that network works, the company said.

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Jimmy Iovine, women, and the Apple car

I laughed and nearly spit out my coffee when I read Gruber’s comment about Jimmy Iovine.

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Rhapsody music streaming gets a car mode to keep you...

One of the problems with streaming music in the car is that it takes too much effort. Thumbing through an app while you’re still in the driveway can mean delaying your trip, and trying to set up songs while driving is just dangerous.

That’s the issue Rhapsody is trying to solve with a new Auto mode for its subscription streaming service. It’s basically a set of jumbo-sized buttons with quick access to playlists, and it becomes available when users plug in an auxiliary cord or connect to a car’s audio system via Bluetooth. Auto mode is available for Android now, and is headed to iPhone soon.

The playlists on offer include favorite tracks, top tracks, trending music, favorite genres, and curated playlists. While listening to music, the now playing menu shows a big “Play More Like This” button that creates a custom Internet radio station. Users can also bookmark songs or albums for Auto mode, so they’ll download for offline listening. That could come in handy when...

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Review: Nanoleaf Ivy, a HomeKit lightbulb made from...

The new Nanoleaf Smarter Kit with HomeKit support comes with a Smart Hub and two Nanoleaf Smart Ivy Light Bulbs to get you started. Like other popular connected lighting systems including the Philips Hue, you can purchase more bulbs individually once you’ve bought the Smarter Kit with the hub that allows a wirelesses connection for control from your iPhone or iPad and support for connecting up to 50 bulbs (the standard limitation among these types of products). But the Nanoleaf Ivy bulbs have a lot to offer in a package unlike anything else I’ve tested. The bulb is made entirely from a foldable printed circuit board with embedded LEDs…...

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External Link: Yahoo Mail Blocking AdBlock Plus Users

The war between advertisers and ad blockers has escalated. Yahoo Mail is reportedly blocking users of the AdBlock Plus browser extension, displaying the following error message: “Uh oh… We are unable to display Yahoo Mail. Please disable Ad Blocker to continue using Yahoo Mail.” A workaround for those who don’t wish to disable AdBlock Plus is to change Yahoo Mail’s view from Full Featured to Basic.


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Mac: MacPhun Aurora HDR

MacPhun’s Aurora HDR ($40) app provides Mac users the ability to turn their own digital photos into high-dynamic-range images. The app offers more than 60 editing tools and dozens of one-click presets developed by renowned photographer Trey Ratcliff. Other presets geared toward various photography styles simplify the process even further, allowing for instant transformations of photos whether they were taken inside or outside, of landscapes or buildings. While the app is designed to make editing photos simple, a broad range of editing tools lets users experiment with more precise changes like split-toning, color filtering and graduated neutral density.

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External Link: The Wirecutter’s Guide to Prepaid...

The prepaid cellular landscape is dense and complex, but Rob Pegoraro has written a guide for The Wirecutter that cuts through the confusion. Unlike most of The Wirecutter’s guides, this one doesn’t present a single best choice, but rather a variety of recommendations depending on your needs.


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iPhone 6s Plus vs. Moto X Pure – How does Motorola’s...

Apple got in to the high-end phablet game for the first time last year. And just a couple of months back, it released its follow up to the 6 Plus just as Motorola turned its Moto X into a giant. Can the X Pure compete with what many consider to be the best phablet around?

Like Apple, Motorola has a big focus on design. Although their focus takes them on a slightly different path, the value for aesthetic appeal is there nonetheless. The metal-framed phone can be customized with a number of different color frames, front panels, metal accents and materials to personalize it before it even arrives at your door. With the iPhone 6s Plus, you have four colors. Only one if you want a black front...

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Pad & Quill: Beautiful wood and leather...

Thanks to Pad & Quill for sponsoring The Loop this week. Pad & Quill is offering beautiful wood and leather accessories for iPhone, Apple Watch and more. I have one of their Backpacks and absolutely love it! They are offering Loop readers a 10% discount on any order including the new Minneapolis made Lowry Leather Cuff and Lowry Leather Band for Apple Watch. Code: LOOP15.

Lowry Leather Band Features

  • USA made leather strap for Apple Watch...
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9to5Toys Last Call: MFi 3ft Lightning cable $4, MEE...

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.

Heads up! During Black Friday/Cyber Monday you’re going to have to follow us on Twitter to get the best deals since many sell out too quickly to post.


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Pad & Quill goes big for the iPad Pro

The best just got bigger. Pad & Quill just announced three new products specifically for the iPad Pro, and like all of the company’s products, they’re hand-crafted and beautiful.

The first is the Contega Linen ($119.95), a new take on the existing Contega case. It uses a wood frame and linen book binding to encase your Pro in long-lasting and beautiful protection. P&Q has added four sound channels to make sure that the four speakers of the iPad Pro are enhanced, not muffled. Available in charcoal, cranberry and linen gray exterior colors, the Contega has a multi-angle self-propping stand.

Next up is the Oxford Leather Case for iPad Pro ($119.95), a minimalist leather folio case crafted from American Full Grain leather. Inside, the iPad Pro is held in place with a 3M clean...

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Apple Watch supplier LG Display plans to spend $4.2B...

LG Display is planning to spend up to $4.2 billion on a new factory in Paju, South Korea in order to meet demand for OLED screens -- some of which could potentially make their way into future Apple products.

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Deals: 13" MacBook Air (1.4GHz, 4GB, 256GB) for...

While supplies last, grab a 13" MacBook Air with 256GB of storage for $880, a fully-loaded 11" MacBook Air for $999, $220 to $649 off all other 2014 MacBook Airs and $55 to $200 off 2015 MacBook Airs. Plus free shipping and no sales tax in 48 hours.

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Yahoo Mail begins blocking users with ad block...

Yahoo may be hoping that access to your email is more important than freedom from advertisements.

Some users of AdBlock Plus have reported that they can’t access Yahoo Mail in Chrome or Firefox on the desktop. Instead of seeing their inboxes, the get the following error message: “Uh oh… We are unable to display Yahoo Mail. Please disable Ad Blocker to continue using Yahoo Mail.”

The reports, first spotted by Digiday, surfaced in the AdBlock Plus forums on Thursday. Andrei Herasimchuk, a former Yahoo designer who now works at Twitter, also claims to be blocked from his inbox.

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Help select a design for AWT logo wear

Well, we should have expected that letting an amateur design our hoodie wouldn't work out. The hoodies aren't exactly flying off of the virtual shelves, so we've canceled the existing campaign and AWT patron chat room regular tenthrow has come up with eight designs that all look much better than what we came up with. 

We WANT you to buy some logo wear, so we've decided that you need to decide what you like the most. Even if you're not in the market for some AWT gear, please answer our questions so we can get a feel for what readers might be more willing to buy. 

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PSA: Apple Pencil for iPad Pro available at Best Buy

Best Buy is currently listing Apple Pencil for iPad Pro as in-stock and available to ship within 1 business day for $99.99. Free standard shipping will get it to you around December 2, while upgrading to Express shipping ($20) puts it at your doorstep by this Monday. Apple online is still showing a 4-5 week wait and store inventory has been very limited.

Delayed shipping for Apple’s newest accessory has caused resale prices to skyrocket. If you haven’t yet seen Apple Pencil in person, check out our hands-on for an in-depth look.

Filed under: iOS Devices, Tips and Tricks Tagged:...

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News: Apple Music: Iovine apologizes for remarks...

Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine issued an apology for remarks he made about “some women” finding it difficult to find music, Buzzfeed reports. The cringe-inducing moment came while Iovine was on CBS This Morning with Mary J. Blige discussing a new Apple ad featuring Blige alongside actresses Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson. “I just thought of a problem,” Iovine said. “Girls are sitting around, talking about boys, right? Or complaining…

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Feature Request: Automatically activate emergency...

We reported recently on an Apple patent application for a ‘panic mode‘ on an iPhone, where using a specific finger on the Touch ID sensor could do anything from locking down the phone to calling 911 and starting audio and video recording.

There are pros & cons to the idea, of course, with one 911 operator saying that a similar Blackberry function has resulted in “thousands and thousands” of false emergency calls, each of which have to be treated as real calls for help until demonstrated otherwise.

But if we waited until someone manually dialled 911, it seems to me that there’s merit in some of the other ideas … 

For example, witnessing an accident or crime in progress can be a traumatic experience, and it’s not unusual for...

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What you can and cannot do with an Apple Pencil on...

The Apple Pencil is more than just a drawing utensil -- it can work as a full-fledged, system-wide stylus with the iPad Pro. But there are also certain tasks that just aren't possible with Apple's new accessory. Here's a breakdown of what it can and cannot do.

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∞ Jimmy Iovine. Stop putting him out there.

This is a disaster. One Apple should put a stop to.

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News: Apple expands personal pickup to Apple Stores...

After expanding in-store pickup for items purchased from Apple’s online store to Canada and Australia earlier this week, the company has made the option available in the United Kingdom, as well. Apple is also said to be training employees in France on the new process. Apple Stores allow customers to reserve in-stock products online in most parts of the world, but those purchases still must be completed inside the store. The option to pick up already…

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New EFF website highlights content that social...

We already know that Facebook and other social networks tailor our feeds based on what is likely to interest us instead of showing us everything our friends post by default. But what else aren’t they showing us? A new site from the Electronic Frontier Foundation aims to tell us all about the types of content social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube are reluctant to let us see.

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Apple addresses charging issue requiring hard...

This may be the first fix Apple has to address with the iPad Pro.

Only days after buying theirs, some customers began complaining about an issue that caused the iPad Pro to become unresponsive after charging, requiring a hard restart to restore functionality.

Apple has issued a support document letting customers know it’s looking into the problem and recommending the aforementioned hard restart as an interim fix.

The document reads as follows:

To get back to using your iPad Pro, force restart it by pressing and holding both the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for at least ten seconds, until you see the Apple logo....

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News: Apple acknowledges iPad Pro charging problem,...

In a brief support document, Apple has acknowledged the reported problem of iPad Pro devices requiring a hard restart to resume functioning after an extended period on the charger. The company instructs users to force restart the device if it becomes unresponsive and notes that “Apple is aware of this issue and is investigating.” We at iLounge have yet to experience the problem despite more than a week of working with the tablet....

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News: App Store rules may limit number of iPad Pro-...

The iPad Pro has been touted as powerful enough to replace laptop and desktop computers, but many developers tell The Verge that they see big problems with developing apps specifically for the larger device’s enhanced capabilities. While the tablet is fast enough to run professional-grade software, it still operates on iOS, making all apps developed for it subject to App Store rules. The App Store doesn’t allow free trials as part of the…

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[Giveaway] Get MacX DVD Ripper and Video Converter...

We’d like to thank Digiarty for sponsoring 9to5Mac today with a great giveaway of MacX DVD Ripper Pro. This popular software normally sells for up to $59.95 but this week you can get it for free via this special link. Digiarty are limiting this to 1,000 copies/day but it’s a full version of the software, though it won’t receive free future upgrades.

Why do you need MacX DVD Ripper Pro? Everyone has some optical media laying around but before we know it, we won’t own any optical drives to play it back. Apple hasn’t made a new computer with an optical drive in years (already without? ...

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NASA Awards Space Robot R&D Projects to MIT,...

NASA on Tuesday announced it has awarded one R5 humanoid robot each to MIT and Northeastern University to conduct research on adapting them for use in space. The universities were selected from U.S. entries in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Robotics Challenge held in June. NASA seeks to engage engineers and scientists to develop and test unique solutions that will "have the potential to significantly enhance, or potentially enable, missions that we can only dream of today," said NASA's Ryan Stephan.

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FunBITS: Testing the Siri Remote as a Game Controller

Gaming is on the new Apple TV’s menu, but how capable is it as a game console? To find out, we must examine its controller, the Siri Remote.


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Swiss watch exports plummet

My 2 cents: It’s only going to get worse.

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Personal Pickup comes to UK Apple Stores in...

Apple on Friday brought Personal Pickup to shoppers in the United Kingdom, allowing them to buy products online but pick them up at their closest Apple Store on the same day.

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OMG PENCIL OMG (or why the Pencil is the best stylus...

Serenity Caldwell nails it. Just why the Apple Pencil is such a great experience.

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Apple brings Personal Pickup to the UK today,...

If you want to get your hands on a shiny new piece of Apple kit right away, but want to minimize the amount of time you have to spend doing battle with the crowds in an Apple Store, U.S. customers have long had the option of placing their order online and then going to a store later the same day or soon after to collect it.

Apple extended the option to Australia and Canada earlier this week, and has now done the same for the UK.

Personal Pickup is available for most in-stock Apple products. To check availability, select your item on the Apple website and then select the ‘Available for pickup: Check availability’ option. You’ll be prompted to enter your postcode to search for nearby stores, and can then see which ones show the product as ‘Available today.’

Once you’ve placed your order, it will usually be available for pickup within the hour, though Apple...

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How to wipe your Mac, Watch, iPhone or iPad ready...

This is worth reading (it’s not too long and there are a few key steps worth understanding, especially when it comes to wiping your Mac) and bookmarking.

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If your iPad Pro stops responding and the screen is...

If your iPad Pro has this issue, bookmark this link (Apple’s official support page).

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News: Daily Deal: SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller

In our iLounge Deal for today you can relive the glory days of playing Super Nintendo with the SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller for only $29.95. This retro Bluetooth controller lets you play modern games on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, and more with the feel of an old-school game controller. Wiimote emulation support also allows you to play with up to four players on a Wii or play multiplayer iOS games using the dual-keyboard code system, and…

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How to silence Siri with the mute switch

Easy to do. Great tip.

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AppleInsider podcast goes deep on iPad Pro, Apple...

Apple's new iPad Pro and accessories are the focus of this week's AppleInsider podcast, as Neil and Mikey share their thoughts on the giant tablet after a week's worth of testing. Shane drops by to discuss iOS-Mac convergence theories and we break down rumors about a supposed 4-inch iPhone set to debut next year.

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Developers say Apple’s App Store policies make it...

Developers of pro apps have long complained that Apple’s App Store policies are a barrier to them creating iOS versions of popular Mac apps. The launch of the iPad Pro has brought the issue front and center, with a number of developers sharing their thoughts with The Verge.

There are two key issues, they say. First, pro apps are expensive, and users want to satisfy themselves that they are worth the money before they pay. Free trials are the usual way to achieve this with desktop apps, but the App Store doesn’t allow them to offer the same option for iOS apps … 

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∞ Muppets Apple TV commercial

Embedded in the post itself is another short Apple TV spot, here and gone in 15 seconds. I wish this one was a bit longer. Muppets. Enjoy.

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“Help I’ve fallen” and the iPad Pro saves the day

We’ve seen the ads and laughed at the line “help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”! When that happens it’s anything but comical as I discovered first-hand last night.

It was an evening like many others, I was eating dinner while reading a Kindle book on the iPad Pro sitting on the table. Once finished I set about cleaning off the table and while doing so the ceiling fan blew some napkins onto the floor.

I bent over to pick them up and in an instant I had slipped on one of the napkins and was lying flat on my back next to the dining table. I wasn’t injured, just flat out on the floor.

My first reaction was to laugh due to that comical line but after assessing my situation I realized I was in serious trouble. I recently injured my knee and it was in such bad shape it offered no support. After spending 30 minutes trying this and that, I realized the knee was useless. This meant that I was incapable of even getting up on my knees to try to get up. I was truly...

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Nvidia Updates Shield Tablet, Shaves $100 Off Price

Nvidia this week revealed a refreshed Shield Tablet K1 and indicated that it isn't done updating the gaming slate. One of the biggest parts of the refresh is a cut of $100 off the price of the 16-GB tablet. The original Shield Tablet was available in a $299 16-GB version and a $399 32-GB variant. There's also a new battery, replacing the fire-prone cells that caused Nvidia to recall the original Shield Tablets back in July. The refreshed Shield Tablet has picked up silicon grips, but it dropped LTE and the 32-GB variant.

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iTunes Match vs Apple Music: why you’ll want to use...

Apple’s cloud services are confusing to say the least, and things have only gotten more convoluted as these services have proliferated. iTunes Match, Apple Music, or both? iCloud Photo Sharing, Photo Stream, or both? I’ll try to shed some light on these matters over the next couple of days. Let’s start by looking at iTunes Match and Apple Music.

If you want to use Apple Music, using it along with iTunes Match is your best choice if you already have a large music library. In case you’re not familiar with it, Apple Music is a streaming music service, a live radio station, and a venue for music fans to connect with artists. 

Your music, whether from the iTunes Store or ripped CDs, “now lives in one place alongside the Apple Music catalog with over 30 million songs,” says Apple. You can stream songs, albums, or playlists — or let the service do the work for you. 

Apple Music costs $9.99 per month (you can try it free for three months). There’s a family plan for $14...

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This could be really interesting.

Image Searcher, Inc. and Net Ideas, LLC have brought out TapTapSee, a mobile camera application designed specifically for the blind and visually impaired iOS users. The app utilizes the iDevice’s camera and VoiceOver functions to photograph objects and identify them out loud for the user.

The App allows users to photograph any two or three dimensional object at any angle, have it accurately analyzed, and defined within seconds. The iDevice’s VoiceOver then speaks the identification audibly to the user.

TapTapSee also allows users to repeat the last image identified, upload images from the camera roll, share identification via Twitter, Facebook, text or email, rotor reader,...

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TrendForce: Apple will get closer to Samsung’s...

Total smartphone shipments for 2015 are projected to decline by 9.7 percent to 1.286 billion units, according to the latest report from TrendForce. However, the global market research firm says Apple will begin closing the gap with Samsung when it comes to global smartphone market share.

“While Samsung has kept its shipment title through the year, it is struggling against Apple in the high-end market and being pushed out of the mid-range and low-end segments by Chinese competitors,” says Avrid Wu, TrendForce’s smartphone analyst. “Facing challenges on two fronts, Samsung’s smartphone business will operate in an increasingly difficult situation in the near future. Closely trailing Samsung in global shipments is Apple, which remains as the dominant and most profitable vendor in the high-end market.”

Wu thinks Apple will release an upgraded 4-inch iPhone C series in the second...

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Apple acknowledges issue with some iPad Pros failing...

Apple has officially acknowledged an issue reported by multiple iPad Pro owners on Reddit and Apple’s own support forum, in which some units become unresponsive after charging. We’ve even happened upon a few dead iPad Pros at the Apple Store for which an Apple employee shyly asked us to avert our eyes while he did a hard restart.

Some users report that the device won’t wake after charging, while others who left it switched on say that the Pro fails to respond to either the touchscreen or the home button. The problem can be resolved by a force restart, and this is the action Apple recommends while it investigates … ...

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Apple wants to make iOS devices with tougher...

Despite the situation with the bankrupt GT Advanced regarding the use of sapphire material, Apple hasn’t given up on building tougher, more durable iOS devices. The company has filed for a patent (number 20150327641) for “composite fiber reinforcement for stiffening shells.”

According to Apple’s patent, a device case can be reinforced by a reinforcing member made up of composite extrusions embedded within a top edge portion of the stiffening shell. The device shell can be utilized to define and maintain an overall shape of the device case. 

Apple says that composite fibers suitable for use in these embodiments can have high tensile strength and high tensile modulus. The device case can include a single length of embedded twisted composite fibers that extend continuously around the top edge or alternatively can include a number of discrete segments that reinforce particularly fragile portion of the top edge....

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Samsung wows investors with futuristic tech that...

Speaking at Samsung Electronics' 2015 Investors Forum, a series of company executives spent hours saying very little, while talking about "innovations" such as phase detection Focus Pixels and camera sensor Deep Trench Isolation that iPhones already have.

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Thursday November 19

Adobe kills off its photo-sharing service Revel

First it was called Adobe Carousel. Then it was renamed Adobe Revel. But regardless of the moniker, it was the company’s cloud-based platform for amateur photographers to privately save and share photos and videos free from prying eyes. And soon it will cease to exist.

Adobe has announced that Revel’s run is coming to an end, and that users can opt to transfer the assets stored and shared by the service into Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Plan. February 23, 2016, will be the last day both free and paying customers will be able to sign in to the Revel app.


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iPad Pro cases from Pad & Quill

I’ve mentioned how much I love their products before—now you can get quality cases for the iPad Pro.

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New Facebook tools help you manage awkward romantic...

Wow, Facebook is getting downright emo. In a Thursday blog post titled “Improving the Experience When Relationships End” (and, no, that’s not a Morrissey song), Facebook introduced features that mitigate the awkwardness of break-ups in the social media age.

If you’ve ended a romance in the last seven or eight years, you probably know that “it’s complicated” barely begins to describe the weirdness of seeing your ex’s posts in your news feed—or knowing that he or she can see yours. The new tools address all that. Once you change you status to single, Facebook’s emotional-insulation agents come to the rescue.


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Jimmy Iovine & Mary J. Blige discuss Apple Music...

Apple executive Jimmy Iovine and popular recording artist Mary J. Blige sat down with the hosts of CBS This Morning earlier today to discuss Apple Music. A couple of months back, Apple debuted a new TV ad for its music streaming service starring Blige along with actresses Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson. In the ad, the three stars described Apple music as the “Instant boyfriend mixtape service” and touted that the For You feature is the equivalent of having a boyfriend inside your computer.

In today’s interview with CBS, Iovine discussed the inspiration behind the ad, explaining that he believes women have trouble finding music to listen to (a quote some have found to be controversial). “Women find it very difficult at times – some women – to find...

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Volvo concept, Facebook Safety Check, Drone...

On The Wrap this week Volvo intros a new concept car that will pave the way for autonomous vehicles, Facebook enables Safety Check and there's a renewed push for chip and pin for new credit cards.

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First look: Apple Pencil paired with iPad Pro is no...

Still a rare find, with asking prices on eBay double --?or more --?its $99 suggested price, the Apple Pencil is slowly finding its way into the hands of consumers who are early adopters of the jumbo-sized iPad Pro. AppleInsider had the chance to spend an extended period of time with the new stylus, and we offer our initial first look.

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Adds support for full screen and split screen views in OS X 10.11 El Capitan. ($9.99 new, free update, 11.5 MB)


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Jimmy Iovine says finding music is difficult for...

Apple Music exec Jimmy Iovine is getting flak for supposedly sexist comments made during a interview on Thursday, where he said a recent ad series was made because finding music is difficult for "some women."

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How-To: Unlock iPad Pro’s full potential w/ iOS 9...

If you haven’t mastered iOS 9 and all its new tricks introduced in September, then it’s easy to find yourself using the iPad Pro as just a jumbo iPad Air or iPad mini. But new multitasking features like Picture in Picture, Split View, and Slide Over transform the iPad Pro experience and shine on the larger display if you know how to use them and which apps work. And while the iPad Pro doesn’t have 3D Touch like new iPhones, there’s a similar keyboard cursor gesture to now about. All that plus much more on unlocking the full potential of the iPad Pro below:

Before we dive in, many of these tips will apply to all iPads with iOS 9 while other features are limited to iPad mini 4 (7.9″), iPad Air 2 (9.7″), and iPad Pro (12.9″). If you’re comfortable with the bigger display of the Pro, however, it is able to present the most amount of...

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CalDigit announces two new USB-C docks, other...

Apple's 12-inch MacBook might not be getting the love that the iPad Pro is, but there are still a lot of companies that are creating new and exciting accessories for the diminutive Retina display laptop. CalDigit announced two new USB-C docks yesterday, the USB-C mini Dock (US$99, $89 on pre-order) and the USB-C Dock (US$159, $149 on pre-order). Also announced were a USB-C to HDMI Adapter ($29.99) and USB-C to VGA Adapter ($24.99).

The USB-C mini Dock is a small form-factor dock perfect for travel. Featuring 2 USB 3.1 Type C ports, 2 USB 3.1 Type A ports, Gigabit Ethernet and HDMI and VGA ports, the mini Dock uses bus power to operate. The mini Dock cannot be used while charging the MacBook.

On the other hand, the USB-C Dock can be connected to power, allowing the MacBook to...

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Customize iSkelter's... a granite case, transparent options, and more

This week’s iPhone case roundup brings you germ killing screen protectors, one-of-a-kind cases for that unique look you’ve always wanted, lots of extra power for extended trips, and much more!


The Pro Slider (iPhone 6/6s; $40) features co-molded side walls, a hard PC exterior, and a shock-absorbing band around its perimeter.

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Hands-on with HP's tough little Elite X2: This...

If you drop a Surface Pro 3 and shatter the screen, kiss it goodbye.

That’s not the case with HP’s newly announced Surface-clone Elite X2. Aimed at business users, you can walk the Elite X2 down to IT, where they can remove a few screws and replace the screen in minutes. No glue and no heat gun, as you must use to open most other tablets.

But that’s what HP says sets its convertible apart from similar designs, making it better suited for corporate customers who need to be able to service the devices. HP isn’t just taking shots at Microsoft’s Surface Pro-series either—the company says its similar (but consumer-focused) Spectre X2 isn’t up to enterprise standards of durability, either.


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Of 101M iPhones now in U.S installed base, 62% are...

According to research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, the installed base of iPhones in the United States has now reached 101 million. Somewhat incredibly, the majority of these phones now in use are iPhone 6 (or newer) models with support for Apple Pay via Touch ID.

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∞ I don’t want an iPad to replace my Mac

There’s been a lot of talk about whether or not the iPad Pro can replace your Mac as a primary device. I think the simply answer to that question is, yes, it can. However, for me, the bigger question is do I want the iPad to replace my Mac? The answer to that question is, no.

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AWT News Update: November 19, 2015

News from Adele to Quanta, and all the Steve Jobs in between:

  • Adele snubs Apple Music (and Spotify) for her new album
  • Facebook lets you turn off exes.
  • Horace Dediu's classic handwritten review of the Apple Pencil
  • iPad Pros going dark after charging
  • Apple Watch doing so well, Apple wants a second company making them

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