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OmniGraffle 3 updated with second-generation Apple Pencil features, more

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As the new iPad Pros start to arrive to consumers around the world, app updates continue to roll in for the new devices. Popular graphic design app OmniGraffle 3 has been updated this even with support for the new iPad Pro displays, as well as optimization for the new Apple Pencil. more… The post OmniGraffle 3 updated with second-generation … [Read more...]

AirPods were the best-selling product at Best Buy last month, followed by Lightning to 3.5mm adapter

Apple’s October event has come and gone without an update to the truly wireless AirPods, but they continue to remain incredibly popular. According to data compiled by Thinknum, AirPods were the top-selling product at Best Buy during the month of October. more… The post AirPods were the best-selling product at Best Buy last month, followed by … [Read more...]

First MacBook Air, Mac mini, and iPad Pro pre-orders arrive to customers

As the clock turns to November 7th around the world, the first MacBook Air, Mac mini, and iPad Pro pre-orders are beginning to arrive to eager customers. Have you received yours yet? more… The post First MacBook Air, Mac mini, and iPad Pro pre-orders arrive to customers appeared first on 9to5Mac. … [Read more...]

iPad Pro, Retina MacBook Air, and Mac mini video review roundup

Over the past few days, reviews for Apple’s latest iPad Pros, MacBook Air, and Mac mini have started rolling in. While we’ve rounded up all of the written reviews for each of the new products, there are also a slew of video reviews available as well… more… The post iPad Pro, Retina MacBook Air, and Mac mini video review … [Read more...]

Stardew Valley now available on iPhone and iPad for $7.99

As announced earlier this month, the popular farming RPG Stardew Valley is now available for iOS. The game is a $7.99 download on the App Store, and is optimized for both iPhone and iPad. more… The post Stardew Valley now available on iPhone and iPad for $7.99 appeared first on 9to5Mac. … [Read more...]

PSA: It’s not just you, Amazon Alexa is down for many users

In conjunction with iCloud issues throughout the day, Amazon’s Alexa is also experiencing intermittent outages for users. As noted by numerous users on Twitter, the Alexa outage has been plaguing the voice assistant over the course of the entire day. more… The post PSA: It’s not just you, Amazon Alexa is down for many users appeared first on … [Read more...]

Tim Cook to praise GDPR, push for ‘federal privacy law’ in US, and more during keynote in Brussels

Tim Cook is slated to give a keynote address tomorrow at the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Brussels. Ahead of the speech, TechCrunch offers some details of what Cook will say in his prepared remarks – which include an endorsement of the General Data Protection Regulation and more. more… The post Tim … [Read more...]

How to stream the 2018 World Series on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

The MLB World Series officially begins tonight, with the Boston Red Sox set to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Game 1 is taking place at Fenway Park in Boston, but luckily you’ll be able to tune in from anywhere. Read on for details on how to stream the World Series from your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. more… The post How to … [Read more...]

Apple targeting international release for upcoming video service after initial US launch

The Information is out with a new report today in which it says the rumored Apple streaming service will be available in more than 100 countries, but not necessarily all at once. Citing people familiar with Apple’s plans, the report explains that the service will initially launch in the United States, but swiftly expand as time progresses. … [Read more...]

Apple joins forces w/ Google, Microsoft & Mozilla to deprecate 20-year-old web security protocol

Apple is coming together with Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla to deprecate the use of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 by early 2020. TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and is used to protect web traffic. ArsTechnica was first to report on the agreement, while Apple’s WebKit blog has also detailed the change. more… The post Apple joins forces w/ Google, … [Read more...]

Hulu to offer ‘skinnier’ bundle of live TV as it looks to shift focus to on-demand

As the streaming TV race continues to intensify, Hulu is planning to offer a “skinnier” bundle of channels. Through this offering, the company would offer fewer live channels, but more on-demand content, Hulu CEO Randy Freer said to The Information. more… The post Hulu to offer ‘skinnier’ bundle of live TV as it looks to shift … [Read more...]

After backlash, Verizon giving 3 months’ free service to Florida counties hit hardest by Hurricane Michael

Since the landfall of Hurricane Michael last week, Verizon has been under scrutiny for its seemingly poor efforts to restore service in the Florida Panhandle. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Florida Governor Rick Scott have both slammed Verizon’s response to the disaster, while Scott has praised AT&T’s efforts. Now, Verizon is responding to those … [Read more...]

The popular farming RPG ‘Stardew Valley’ is coming to iOS later this month

The insanely popular farming RPG Stardew Valley is coming to iOS. The developer behind the hit game made the announcement in a blog post today, revealing that Stardew Valley for iOS will be available on October 24th through the App Store. more… The post The popular farming RPG ‘Stardew Valley’ is coming to iOS later this month … [Read more...]

Apple faces class action lawsuit alleging it misrepresents what’s included in iTunes Season Passes

Apple is facing a class action lawsuit over how it labels TV bundles in the iTunes Store, according to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter. The class action lawsuit was recently filed in California federal court and alleges that by counting promotional clips as episodes, Apple is deceiving buyers of Season Pass content. more… The post … [Read more...]

Apple resolves issue that caused inaccurate podcast charts, likely due to manipulation

Apple has seemingly fixed a problem from over the weekend that caused the iTunes Podcast charts and the charts in the Podcasts app to display inaccurate rankings. Business Insider highlighted the issue today, explaining that numerous popular podcasts had been pushed down the charts by unheard of, low-reviewed podcasts. more… The post Apple … [Read more...]

Netflix’s content chief says the company has no idea what to expect from Apple’s streaming TV service

Netflix continues to act unaffected by Apple’s looming foray into the original content market. Speaking at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in Los Angeles today, Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos explained that no one – not even the people making the shows – has any idea how the Apple original content will be offered… … [Read more...]

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