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Apple Launches USB-C Charge Cable Replacement Program for Retina MacBook
Apple today launched a worldwide replacement program for the USB-C charge cables that were shipped with the 12-inch Retina MacBook through June of 2015, as these cables can fail due to a design issue.According to Apple, affected cables may cause
Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi Discuss Bloated Software Accusations, Upcoming iTunes Plans
Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi spoke with John Gruber in this weeks episode of The Talk Show, where they commented on recent opinions that Apples software isnt up to snuff and offered some details on a new version of iTunes
iPad Air 3 and iPhone 5se to Be Available on March 18 Following March 15 Introduction
Apple is planning to begin selling the upcoming iPad Air 3 and the 4-inch iPhone 5se starting on March 18, reports 9to5Mac. The two devices will be offered in stores and
Japan Display's Upcoming Touch Screens Feature Slimmer Bezels, Wet Finger Support
Apple supplier Japan Display revealed some details on its second-generation Pixel Eyes LCD modules over the holidays, providing us with a look at some of the ways the display industry is advancing. Japan Displays Pixel Eyes modules incorporate touch functionality
Dr. Dre to Star in Apple's First Original Television Series
Following rumors Apple is planning to create original television content like Netflix and Amazon, news has leaked about the companys first prospective TV show courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter. The series, called Vital Signs, is described as a dark semi-autobiographical
iPhone 7 Predicted to Adopt Lightning Headphones Without Noise-Canceling Capabilities
Apple is likely to wait until 2017 and the iPhone 7s to introduce noise-canceling headphones, according to a Barclays analyst report posted today. In the report, analysts Blayne Curtis and Christopher
AT&T to Begin Testing 5G, 10-100 Times Faster Than 4G LTE
AT&T has announced that it will begin trialing 5G wireless technologies this year, including lab tests in the second quarter and outdoor tests over the summer. The carrier anticipates 5G speeds
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Review: Atlas Wristband is an ambitious but flawed strength training tracker
The Atlas Wristband is a noble first effort at something no other fitness tracker does, but there are too many rough edges to recommend it to anyone but a small subset of fitness
This week on AI: Apple Car secrets, iPhone & iPad launch dates, a Dr. Dre TV show & more
This week more evidence of Apples car project was uncovered, while rumors hinted at an Apple Music TV show starring Dr. Dre, as well as a launch date for a new 4-inch iPhone
Bug in Adobe Creative Cloud updater erases root level Mac data
Adobe has pulled its most recent Creative Cloud update after the version was found to contain an errant script that automatically deletes locally stored Mac user data without warning.
Apple, Inc set to open new $25 million tech center in Hyderabad, India by June
Apple is reportedly opening its first technology development located in India, on 250,000 sq ft of land within the IT corridor of Hyderabad, next to facilities for Microsoft, Infosys, Wipro and Cognizant, reportedly
Apple initiates replacement program for MacBook USB-C charging cables
Apple on Friday activated a quality program for USB-C charging cables included with 12-inch MacBook with Retina display models, as well as those sold as standalone accessories, saying a design issue with affected
Apple Music passes 11M subscribers as iCloud hits 782M users
During a wide-ranging interview published on Friday, Apple executives Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi revealed fresh statistics on the companys various internet services like Apple Music, which now boasts more than 11 million
Harvard study says Apple's Tim Cook was right: encryption bans, backdoors wouldn't work
Efforts by the FBI and certain lawmakers seeking to ban Apple and other U.S. companies from selling products with real encryption will not be effective, note researchers in a study citing 865 encryption
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The week in Apple news: iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 release date, Dr. Dre’s Apple TV show, Mac (...)
Apple headlines for the week ending Feb. 12, 2016It’s President’s Day weekend, which means many people in the United States have a three-day weekend to honor the 44 people who have served in this land’s
The Week in iOS Apps: Making weather simple
Making weather simpleThis week’s roundup includes two different apps that aim to strip weather forecasting down to its barest essence. Read on!Anchor
Report: The iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 will hit store shelves on March 18
In a curious move for Apple, the company is reportedly planning to announce and release two new devices in the same week. Apple will take the wraps off the 4-inch iPhone 5se and upgraded iPad Air 3 at an event
Dr. Dre reportedly filming an orgy-filled TV series exclusively for Apple
Apple didn’t forget about Dre.While the Beats cofounder turned Apple employee hasn’t been heard from much in his role as an Apple employee, The Hollywood Reporter says that’s because he’s reportedly filming a scripted series exclusively for Apple.According to THR’s
Adobe Creative Cloud bug deletes hidden folder contents on Macs
If you are an Adobe Creative Cloud user, it’s possible that the most recent CC update can prevent processes like online backups from working properly.According to Backblaze , the CC update looks for the first hidden folder (based on alphabetical
Uber has to refund those so-called Safe Ride fees
Two years ago, UberX passengers began noticing a strange $1 charge tacked on to their ride receipts. It was called a “Safe Rides Fee,” and the car-hailing company said it was to help offset the costs of screening drivers and
Foursquare wants to send you food and groceries when you don't feel like checking in
Foursquare is all about discovering new places to visit, but for those times you dont feel like venturing out, the app can now help bring takeout, booze, and groceries to you. The “location intelligence” company recently announced a new partnership
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Why a die-hard mechanical watch lover can’t get the Apple Watch off his wrist (and why that m(...)
Apple Watch is almost improbably well done, and it shows a willingness to think creatively that ought to be heeded by the luxury watch industry...
‘iPhone 6se’ price, full specification, battery life features
iPhone 6se get modules Bluetooth 4.2, VoLTE and Wi-Fi 802.11ac...
With iPhone 5se release date, Apple gets aggressive
Apples iPhone 5se will reportedly go on sale on Friday March 18th, just three days after it is revealed on Tuesday March 15th...
One surprise Apple may have in store for the iPhone 7s
After going through comments made during a technology presentation from Apple supplier...
Apple Music adds another million subscribers in 1 month, surpasses 11 million paying members
Apple Music now has more than 11 million paid subscribers...
Dutch artist ditches pen and ink for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil
Over the past three decades, his cheerful and quirky animals have appeared on over 250 million...
Apple is hiring engineers to coach Siri on sports
Apple wants its iOS personal assistant Siri to get a lot better at sports...
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Hands On: Waving Cube 1.03 (iOS)
Do you fancy yourself someone with ultra-fast reflexes? Do you have nerves of steel? Put both to the test with a fast paced arcade game that will have you dodging spikes and collecting
Freebie Friday: Get lost in The Mesh, create your own iOS games
Everyone likes getting something for nothing, especially when theres no or relatively few catches. Freebie Friday is the post where the MacNN staff find stuff that you can get, and possibly make use
App deals for iOS: Samurai II Vengeance, Home Designer 3D Gold, more
The App Store is a constantly-changing place, with new apps joining the catalog, while others adjust their prices to encourage some new sales. App Deals for iOS aims to point you in the
App deals for OS X: Cross DJ, Boxy, Paperless, more!
Every so often, people browse the Internet and the Mac App Store to try and find useful things to add to their app arsenal, but sometimes its hard to find discounted apps that
Hands On: Sony ICD-UX533 digital recorder
Its not as if your iPhone cant record audio and in fact record it remarkably well. Yet there are times when it isnt good enough or it isnt convenient to use your iPhone.
Apple replacing some USB-C cables sold in June 2015
Apple has launched an exchange program for some USB-C cables that it sold in June 2015, both packed-in with the MacBook launched that year, as well as sold separately at Apple Retail stores
Living With: Logitech K380 keyboard
Weve been testing a lot of Logitech keyboards lately and, just between you and me, we were considering doing a kind of smackdown group test of the lot. However, when your water cooler
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The week in Apple news: iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 release date, Dr. Dre’s Apple TV show, Mac (...)
Apple headlines for the week ending Feb. 12, 2016It’s President’s Day weekend, which means many people in the United States have a three-day weekend to honor the 44 people who have served in this land’s
The Week in iOS Apps: Making weather simple
Making weather simpleThis week’s roundup includes two different apps that aim to strip weather forecasting down to its barest essence. Read on!Anchor
Report: The iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 will hit store shelves on March 18
In a curious move for Apple, the company is reportedly planning to announce and release two new devices in the same week. Apple will take the wraps off the 4-inch iPhone 5se and upgraded iPad Air 3 at an event
Dr. Dre reportedly filming an orgy-filled TV series exclusively for Apple
Apple didn’t forget about Dre.While the Beats cofounder turned Apple employee hasn’t been heard from much in his role as an Apple employee, The Hollywood Reporter says that’s because he’s reportedly filming a scripted series exclusively for Apple.According to THR’s
Adobe Creative Cloud bug deletes hidden folder contents on Macs
If you are an Adobe Creative Cloud user, it’s possible that the most recent CC update can prevent processes like online backups from working properly.According to Backblaze , the CC update looks for the first hidden folder (based on alphabetical
Uber has to refund those so-called Safe Ride fees
Two years ago, UberX passengers began noticing a strange $1 charge tacked on to their ride receipts. It was called a “Safe Rides Fee,” and the car-hailing company said it was to help offset the costs of screening drivers and
Foursquare wants to send you food and groceries when you don't feel like checking in
Foursquare is all about discovering new places to visit, but for those times you dont feel like venturing out, the app can now help bring takeout, booze, and groceries to you. The “location intelligence” company recently announced a new partnership
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Winning a Steve Jobs Blu-ray is easier than writing a biopic
Maybe moviegoing audiences didn’t completely fall in love with director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs, but we liked it a lot. And if you also enjoyed it — or are just looking to score yourself a free
If want to code, you want these coding lessons
There’s a lot to know for anyone looking to get into the lucrative field of coding for the web, and it’s a topic that grows every day. That’s why it’s good to develop some solid, focused fundamentals, which is exactly
Apps vs. apparel: Can Strava compete with big sportswear brands?
Sports apparel makers clearly believe that fitness apps are an important part of their futures. Under Armour and Adidas have invested heavily in fitness apps, and Runkeeper’s recent acquisition by ASICS is just the latest in a long series of app acquisitions
How to control your Mac with an iPhone or iPad
Ever left the house or office only to realize later that you forgot a file on your Mac? We’ve all done it. This is why I always have Screens VNC running on all my devices. With the help of a
Even the U.S. government thinks you should recycle your old devices
Honestly, you know things are grave when the U.S. government thinks we’re behind on something. According to the Government Accountability Office, the United States has dismally low recycling rates for used TVs, computers and other devices. There’s no national infrastructure for
Traveling shouldn’t mean losing access to your favorite movies
Take your laptop overseas with you and you’ll likely find, as you crack it open to catch up with the TV show you’ve been binging on, that location restrictions are blocking your stream. That’s not how it should be, and
Why new MacBooks will rock, why ‘Error 53’ sucks and how to make Siri Remote do more
Your next MacBook will get more than just a speed bump, with Intel’s powerful new Skylake chips bringing intense performance (and maybe better battery life) to the new laptops we’ll all be drooling over soon. Find out exactly how these
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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
Record-Breaking Holiday Season for the App Store
Customers around the world made this holiday season the biggest ever for the App Store, setting new records during the weeks of Christmas and New Year’s. In the two weeks ending January 3, customers spent over $1.1 billion on apps
Apple Names Jeff Williams Chief Operating Officer
Apple has announced that Jeff Williams has been named chief operating officer and Johny Srouji is joining Apple’s executive team as senior vice president for Hardware Technologies. Phil Schiller, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, will expand his role to
Apple Reports Record Fourth Quarter Results
Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2015 fourth quarter ended September 26. The company posted quarterly revenue of $51.5 billion and quarterly net profit of $11.1 billion, or $1.96 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of
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
Apple Announces Record iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Sales
Apple has announced it has sold more than 13 million new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models, a new record, just three days after launch. iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available in more than 40 additional
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