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Here's the Upcoming Apple TV 'Remote' App
At its recent Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled an all new Remote app for iOS devices, which has been entirely overhauled to make it easier than ever to control a fourth-generation Apple TV with an iPhone.In the video below, we
Rumored 'Deep Blue' iPhone 7 Said to Actually Be Very Dark Space Gray
Following a sketchy rumor last week that said Apple is planning to introduce a Deep Blue color option for the upcoming iPhone 7, Japanese blog Mac Otakara has clarified to AppleInsider that the new color will actually be a much
Google Reportedly Working on Own-Branded Phone Set for Release This Year
Google is set to launch its own smartphone by the end of the year in an effort to compete more directly with Apple and Samsung devices, according to The Telegraph.Citing senior sources familiar with the matter, the report claims that
Latest Alleged Leaked Image of iPhone 7 Depicts Larger Rear Camera
Two images have emerged online this morning allegedly showing the rear cases of an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus leaked from the Chinese supply chain.The first image posted by French site nowhereelse.fr claims to show the back of the upcoming
tvOS 10 Overview: Single Sign-On, Dark Mode, New Siri Abilities and More
tvOS, the operating system that runs on the fourth-generation Apple TV, is also set to receive some updates this fall alongside iOS, macOS, and watchOS.tvOS isnt getting as many changes as these other operating systems, but as can be seen
Apple's New Differential Privacy Feature is Opt-In
When Apple introduced iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 at the 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, it also announced plans to implement a new technology called Differential Privacy, which helps the company gather data and usage patterns for
New Thunderbolt Display With Integrated GPU Still in the Works
Apple yesterday announced plans to discontinue the 5-year-old Thunderbolt Display, leaving it unclear if Apples display business is coming to an end or if another model is in the works for a future release. According to BuzzFeeds John Paczkowski, Apple
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Apple Store logos go green, Apple's website promotes Liam the robot for Earth Day
A week before Earth Day, Apple has changed the leaf on its logo at retail stores to green, and also provided retail employees with green shirts. Apples website is also prominently featuring "Liam,"
Apple begins promoting 'Live Tune-In' feature for fourth-generation Apple TV
Owners of the fourth-generation Apple TV were on Friday greeted with an updated "Whats New" splash screen, promoting "Live Tune-In," a feature letting people jump straight into the live TV feeds of select
Last Call: 11" MacBook Airs for $749; $100-150 off BTO 13" MacBook Airs; 15" MacBook Pro for $1,749
The deepest discounts weve seen on 2015 MacBook Airs -- including many rarely-discounted built-to-order (BTO) configurations -- have just gone live. Meanwhile theres roughly 36 hours left to grab a 11" MacBook Air
LG marketing depicts new MacBook-like Gram laptop as running Final Cut & Logic
Marketing images for LGs new 15.6-inch Gram laptop depict the computer as running Apples Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X on OS X -- even though the machine is based on
Tesla recruits prominent Apple Store leader to run its LA County showrooms
The store leader of Apples Third Street Promenade store in Santa Monica, Calif. is leaving to assume a more significant role at Tesla, taking charge of a host of showrooms in Los Angeles
AppleInsider podcast imagines "Apple Car," talks FBI and emotion, and 'iPhone 7' rumors
This week on the Appleinsider podcast, Mikey and Victor discuss Mikeys appearance on a Motor Trend roundtable, speculating on the "Apple Car." Plus, the very latest in the FBIs posturing, and fresh "iPhone
Apple's iTunes Movies, iBooks Store go dark in China 6 months after launch
Chinese consumers looking to buy a movie or e-book through Apples iTunes services found themselves out of luck on Friday, as both stores went offline without explanation.
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5 apps to help you digitally organize business cards
We live in a practically paperless, digital age, but there’s one paper product that just won’t die: The business card. Business cards are pretty much a necessity for networking, but what do you do with 800 business cards when you
Crashlands brings humor to an otherwise bleak survivalist game
These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting
The Week in iPad Cases: Never leave your Apple Pencil behind with STM's latest case for the iPad Pro
New iPad cases of the weekThis week’s roundup of new iPad cases features the STM Dux, a see-through case with a dedicated slot for your Apple Pencil. Plus, plenty of new keyboard cases for
Troll machine: All bad advice, all the time
John Dvorak is a perpetual troll machine that defies the laws of thermodynamics. Science is at a loss to explain it. Also, science asked how we got their number and could we please stop calling because they’re working on actual
The week in Apple news: Discontinued Thunderbolt Display and non-Retina MacBook Pro, unencrypte(...)
Apple headlines for the week ending June 24, 2016The biggest news story of the week was Brexit, and yes, there’s an Apple angle here, mostly related to Apple’s stock, which, like many other companies, was
The Week in iOS Apps: Revolution!
New iOS apps of the weekThis week’s roundup of apps includes a game that lets you re-enact a critical moment in recent world history. Read on!Exify
Uber will guarantee fares upfront, but surge prices are here to stay
Everyone hates Uber’s surge-pricing, except for Uber of course. Now the crazy-making lightning bolt that indicates you’re about to spend a fortune to get home is going away, replaced by a fare guarantee that tells you exactly what you’re going
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Google Maps and Google Earth get sharper satellite imagery
When Google Earth was first released, it was life-changing...
iPhone 7 rumored to get second speaker, larger camera
Apples iPhone 7 will feature a dual speaker and a bigger camera...
Apple Watch 2 rumored to feature built-in GPS, swim tracking
The Apple Watch 2 is said to include GPS for accurate workout logging without the need to carry an iPhone...
Apple’s Federighi explains the security behind auto-unlocking your Mac with your Apple Watch
One of the more exciting new software features Apple introduced with macOS Sierra is Auto Unlock...
Apple iOS 10 preview: Hands-on with the developer beta
Apples mobile operating system, iOS, has radically changed from when it first launched...
First look: Apple’s next-gen tvOS 10 takes Apple TV to the next level
tvOS is the newest of Apples four platforms...
Apple’s Space Gray ‘iPhone 7’ rumored to be ‘much darker’
The new, darker shade of iPhone will be close to black, though not quite black...
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Google reportedly gearing up to produce own smartphone this year
Google is allegedly working on producing a new smartphone it will produce itself, according to a report, with the first release potentially arriving at the end of this year. Rather than relying on
Straight Path Group joins assault on FaceTime technology
A fourth lawsuit against Apple over alleged infringement of patents used by FaceTime has been filed, this time by Straight Path Group. The lawsuit, filed in the Northern California District Court, claims that
Best of MacNN: MacBundler, BundleCult reportedly not paying developers
Editors Note: as MacNN closes at the end of this month, were showcasing some of our favorite pieces from its recent history. Im Malcolm Owen, and I helped out on a series of
Hands On: Kitsound Stadium 120
Its billed as being for making sport and movies sound great, but I can tell you now that it didnt help make the UK European Union referendum sound any better at all. You
Best of MacNN: the 2014 -- and last -- Macworld/iWorld Expo
Editors note: were winding down the site with some of our special stories and moments across the last few years. As a long-time staffer, the heyday of the Macworld Expos were a very
Apple offers rainbow Watch bands for SF Pride participants
Over the weekend, Apple employees once again participated in the Bay Area Pride Festival, including CEO Tim Cook, as they have as an official participant since 2014. Employees received special rainbow-colored Apple Watch
MacNN Deals: Fly through the air with these four discounted drones
Every day, we are showcasing some of the offers available from our MacNN Deals store. Todays selections are all flying machines you may know as quadcopters or drones, including the smallest the MacNN
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5 apps to help you digitally organize business cards
We live in a practically paperless, digital age, but there’s one paper product that just won’t die: The business card. Business cards are pretty much a necessity for networking, but what do you do with 800 business cards when you
Crashlands brings humor to an otherwise bleak survivalist game
These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting
The Week in iPad Cases: Never leave your Apple Pencil behind with STM's latest case for the iPad Pro
New iPad cases of the weekThis week’s roundup of new iPad cases features the STM Dux, a see-through case with a dedicated slot for your Apple Pencil. Plus, plenty of new keyboard cases for
Troll machine: All bad advice, all the time
John Dvorak is a perpetual troll machine that defies the laws of thermodynamics. Science is at a loss to explain it. Also, science asked how we got their number and could we please stop calling because they’re working on actual
The week in Apple news: Discontinued Thunderbolt Display and non-Retina MacBook Pro, unencrypte(...)
Apple headlines for the week ending June 24, 2016The biggest news story of the week was Brexit, and yes, there’s an Apple angle here, mostly related to Apple’s stock, which, like many other companies, was
The Week in iOS Apps: Revolution!
New iOS apps of the weekThis week’s roundup of apps includes a game that lets you re-enact a critical moment in recent world history. Read on!Exify
Uber will guarantee fares upfront, but surge prices are here to stay
Everyone hates Uber’s surge-pricing, except for Uber of course. Now the crazy-making lightning bolt that indicates you’re about to spend a fortune to get home is going away, replaced by a fare guarantee that tells you exactly what you’re going
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Check out this week’s best tech, tools and lessons
This was a good week for deals, as the list below will attest to. From a camera that takes 3-dimensional pictures to an app for keeping your writing process in line, comprehensive courses in cyber security and more. Take a
Apple Stores go green in advance of Earth Day
One week before Earth Day, Apple has changed its iconic one color logo to a green-leafed one at select Apple Stores — echoing Apple’s goal under Tim Cook of leaving the world a better place. Retail staff will also be rocking
Apple taps Surface Pro hinge maker for super-thin MacBooks
Apple has hit up the makers of the ultra-tiny hinges used for the Microsoft Surface Pro to come and work on its next-gen MacBooks, which will launch in the second half of 2016. It’s worth noting that this is the
How Steve Jobs and the Industrial Design Team saved Apple, this week on The CultCast
This week on The CultCast: we recall how Steve Jobs and the industrial design team saved Apple. Plus: the reason Jony Ive gave us his car for a chauffeur; one year with the Apple Watch; and we reveal the strange
Use free Snapseed on iPad to tune your photos to best effect
Snapseed is a free image editing app from Google that has some fantastic editing tools to make any photo even better. The killer feature here is the set of Tune Image tools that let you take a good photo and
Apple reveals how long its devices typically last
How many years do you use your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac before shutting it down for the last time and sending it to the big Apple Store in the sky? While Apple products are typically far more solid and
Drawings reveal new buildings inside Apple’s ‘spaceship’ campus
More architectural renderings have surfaced showing off a few new details of Apple’s eagerly-anticipated “spaceship” campus — including ancillary buildings such as a reception center, food stations for employees, and more. Check them out below. The main reception building will reportedly be
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Apple Reports Second Quarter Results
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2016 second quarter ended March 26. The company posted quarterly revenue of $50.6 billion and quarterly net income of $10.5 billion, or $1.90 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of
Apple Updates iMac Family with Stunning New Retina Displays
Apple has updated the entire iMac family, bringing a new Retina 4K display to the 21.5-inch iMac for the first time and the Retina 5K display to every 27-inch iMac. The updated iMacs also feature more powerful processors and graphics,
Final Cut Pro X helps small company delight world’s biggest clients
When Trim Editing started creating music videos over a decade ago, just paying the rent was a huge accomplishment. Now, the small East London company is crafting award-winning visuals for big brands — like Audi, Nike, Adidas, and Guinness —
Apple Introduces iPhone SE — the Most Powerful Phone with a 4-inch Display
Apple today introduced iPhone SE, the most powerful phone with a 4-inch display, in a compact aluminum design that has been updated with matte-chamfered edges, a color-matched stainless steel Apple logo, and four metallic finishes. iPhone SE offers the same
Apple Advances Health Apps with CareKit
Apple today announced CareKit, a new software framework designed to help developers enable people to actively manage their own medical conditions. iPhone apps using CareKit make it easier for individuals to keep track of care plans and monitor symptoms and
Apple Reports Record First Quarter Results
Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2016 first quarter ended December 26, 2015. The company posted record quarterly revenue of $75.9 billion and record quarterly net income of $18.4 billion, or $3.28 per diluted share. These results compare
iOS 9 Available as a Free Update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Users September 16
Apple announced that iOS 9 will be available on September 16 as a free update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users. iOS 9 makes iOS devices more intelligent and proactive with powerful search and improved Siri features, all while
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