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You can now find Kano’s magical Harry Potter Coding Kit at Apple Stores

Kano's Harry Potter Coding Kit is now available in select Apple Stores in the U.S., UK, Australia, and New Zealand and on Apple's website. The kit comes with a wand, two AAA batteries, an instruction booklet, a button, stickers, and a poster. Once assembled, you can use the Kano wand with Kano's app on your iPad or Mac to learn to code in a fun … [Read more...]

If you want 4K TV streaming, should you go with Apple or the Fire TV?

We're a virtual company made up of tech experts from across the globe. We're constantly looking for the best equipment to get the most out of our home entertainment, and use every current streaming box that's out there. Apple TV 4K Pricey Quality $179+ at Apple Pros HDR10 and Dolby Vision support Great lineup of 4K titles in the iTunes … [Read more...]

Strava’s Summit subscription packs offer tailored workout tools for athletes

Strava is ditching its one-size-fits-all subscription for new members in favor of a multifaceted offering that better tailors the experience. Strava, the popular workout platform, is launching a set of refreshed subscription plans. Under the new Summit branding, these plans replace the single Premium membership for new users that's been available … [Read more...]

Apple Q3 2018: 41.3M iPhones, 11.6M iPads, 3.7M Macs

Apple has just announced its financial results for Q3 2018, covering the period between April 1 and June 30, 2018. The company sold 41.3M iPhones, 11.6M iPads, and 3.7M Macs. The company's quarterly revenue was $53.3 billion. Press release: Apple Reports Third Quarter Results Revenue Up 17 Percent and EPS Up 40 Percent to New June Quarter … [Read more...]

How to use Drag and Drop on iPad

Drag and drop can help your iPad become a productivity powerhouse. Here's how to use it. Drag and drop was one of the big additions for iPad in iOS 11, something that advocates for Apple's tablet as a productivity device had been wanting for years. Drag and drop is pretty much what it sounds like: you can select an item like text you've selected, … [Read more...]

Performance in iOS 12: Everything you need to know!

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Apple has done a lot of work in iOS 12 to improve system performance across a wide selection of devices. Here's what you need to know. Apple has made a lot about the performance improvements coming in iOS 12. Everything from opening apps to bringing up the keyboard seems to have gotten an upgrade across the range of iOS 12-capable devices when … [Read more...]

Siri Suggestions: What’s new in iOS 12

Siri Suggestions are getting some updates in iOS 12. Here's what you need to know. While Siri Shortcuts took up a lot of the stage time at Apple's WWDC 2018keynote, another, equally important aspect of the digital assistant is also receiving a notable update in iOS 12: Suggestions. Siri Suggestions have been around since iOS 9, but with iOS 12, … [Read more...]

Apple Park: Everything you need to know!

Here's everything you need to know about Apple's headquarters, Apple Park. Apple Park officially opened in April 2017 and has served as the headquarters of Apple, Inc. since then. The campus, often called the "spaceship" thanks to its circular main building, houses thousands of Apple employees and incorporates renewable energy and green space to … [Read more...]

How to use iCloud.com to access mail, contacts, calendars, photos, and more

iCloud.com lets you connect to your iCloud services from any web browser. Here's how you can use it. iCloud.com allows you to access your iCloud account and its services from any web browser: Just sign in, and you can use apps like Mail, Photos, and even the iWork suite right in your browser. As with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, any changes you make … [Read more...]

Apple TV Shows: What’s New, Release Dates, Actors, and More

Here's what you need to know about Apple's plans for original TV content. Apple has spent the last couple of years filling out an executive team and buying up shows in an effort to build a slate of original content that it can offer customers. The people include executives from entertainment giants like Sony and Amazon. The shows include a drama … [Read more...]

How to back up your iCloud contacts and calendar data

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Here's how you can download your iCloud contact and calendar data to back it up on your Mac. iCloud is a great service for syncing information across your Mac and iOS devices, including calendars and contacts. But things happen, and sometimes services fail. If you are ever worried about data loss, or just being unable to reach or update your … [Read more...]

How to clean your HomePod

This is what you need to know about cleaning your HomePod. When it comes to cleaning your HomePod, Apple is pretty clear on what you should and shouldn't do. Unfortunately, there's not a lot you can do to safely clean the HomePod, at least according to Apple. Anything more series than a light dusting should probably taken to an Apple Store or … [Read more...]

YouTube TV: Everything you need to know!

YouTube's live TV streaming service is here and we've got all of the details that you need to know YouTube TV, the streaming giant's take on a live, internet-based TV service, has officially launched in the United States. Available on both iOS and Android, YouTube TV offers live streaming content from traditional broadcast networks, as well as … [Read more...]

USB-C comes out on top in iPhone X charging speed showdown

Wondering about the fastest way to charge your iPhone X? A new test shows how to charge quickly without breaking the bank. If you're looking for the fastest way to charge your new iPhone X, a new test has offered some interesting results. Put together by the folks over at MacRumors, the test utilizes eight different chargers, from the 5W … [Read more...]

How to keep personal messages from showing up on a shared iPad

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Here are your options for stopping personal messages from going to a shared iPad. Sharing an iPad with a spouse or family member is a common occurrence. Maybe you have a common iPad in your kitchen, or use it in the living room to read the news or check email while you watch TV. If you used an Apple ID to set up the iPad initially, you might find … [Read more...]

How to share Animoji to any social network

You don't have to keep Animoji confined to iMessage conversations. You can share them to any social network that lets you share video. Here's how. One of the marquee features of the iPhone X are Animoji. These animated versions of Emoji utilize the TrueDepth camera on the front of the iPhone to map your facial movement to an animated character as … [Read more...]

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