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2019

New Monoprice Thunderbolt 3 Dual DisplayPort Docking Station also works with USB 3.1 type C

Sunday January 06, 2019

Monoprice unveiled a slew of accessories ahead of this week's CES, including the Thunderbolt 3 Dual DisplayPort Docking Station, which isn't just limited to the higher-speed connectivity, and alters performance when plugged into a computer with only the slower USB 3.1 Type C.

OWC launches Mercury Helios FX 650 eGPU, new portable storage, USB-C 'ClingOn' cable stabilizer

Sunday January 06, 2019

Other World Computing has launched a number of new items for CES 2019, including the Mercury Helios FX 650 eGPU, a number of new USB-C and Thunderbolt storage appliances, and a new USB-C cable stabilization system called 'ClingOn.'

Lutron adds ceiling fan control to iPhone-controlled Caseta smarthome lineup

Sunday January 06, 2019

Prior to the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show start, Lutron on Sunday announced the addition of a fan control system and matching remote to its Caseta smarthome platform, which until now has been focused on lighting.

Editorial: Apple note sends media pundits into a fit of histrionic gibberish

Saturday January 05, 2019

After Apple restated its December quarter revenue guidance to account for weaker than expected iPhone demand in China, media across the spectrum has cranked their clickbait content generators up to 11 to take full advantage of AAPL panic season. Unfortunately, what almost all of them are writing is ignorant gibberish that has nothing to do with actual events.

How to extend the battery life of your iPhone XR or iPhone XS to all day and beyond

Saturday January 05, 2019

Whether you've got your first iPhone or you've just upgraded to a new one, AppleInsider shows you 20 ways how to stretch out that battery life, and spend a lot less time near a power plug with that mobile device.

Apple elaborates on iPad Pro precision manufacturing process, reiterates 400 micron tolerance for bends

Saturday January 05, 2019

Apple has published a support document detailing the new iPad Pro's enclosure manufacturing process, in an attempt to assure customers that the new device is durable and strong.

Pandora releases redesigned Apple Watch app with offline playback support

Saturday January 05, 2019

Pandora on Friday pushed out an update to its official iOS app that includes a redesigned Apple Watch accompaniment boasting offline playback support, a much requested feature from users of the music streaming service.

Apple plasters privacy ad on billboard near Las Vegas Convention Center ahead of CES

Friday January 04, 2019

Though Apple is not scheduled to make an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, the company is using the event as an opportunity to push its message on privacy and has purchased a large billboard near the city's convention center.

Spectrum offers Apple TV 4K to subscribers for $7.50 per month

Friday January 04, 2019

Following the launch of an eponymous standalone Apple TV app, Charter Spectrum on Friday announced a promotion that allows new and existing Spectrum TV and Internet customers to add an Apple TV 4K to their subscription for $7.50 a month.

New phishing scam masquerades as Apple support call

Friday January 04, 2019

The latest scam targeting Apple device users is particularly insidious, appearing to come as a call from the company's real phone support number, according to a well-known security researcher.

Trump claims credit for Apple's 'hundreds of percent' stock gain

Friday January 04, 2019

Apple is "going to be fine," President Donald Trump advised on Friday in comments about the iPhone maker's recent financial stumble, while also taking credit for the company's rise in value since taking office almost two years ago.

Judge tosses lawsuit against Apple over Meltdown & Spectre vulnerabilities in iPhone & iPad processors

Friday January 04, 2019

A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a class action lawsuit brought against Apple for its handling of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in ARM-based processors, which the plaintiffs blamed for slowing down iPhones, iPads, and other products with A-series chips.

How to use Safari's saved passwords in other Mac apps

Friday January 04, 2019

Safari will handily offer you the right password when you want to log into a website but it appears useless if you need the same login for an app. AppleInsider shows you how to use Safari's stored passwords wherever you need.

Editorial: Apple's iPhone strategy is bad for investors, good for consumers

Friday January 04, 2019

There has been much drama over Apple's stock prices lately, with the latest being the swing because of slowing iPhone sales in Greater China. While a lot of what Apple has done leading to this point isn't great for investors, it is pretty good for consumers.

Weekend savings: These deals deliver the lowest prices on Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro

Friday January 04, 2019

Apple authorized resellers are knocking up to $50 off Apple's new 2018 11-inch iPad Pro this weekend, with free expedited shipping on many models. Grab the deals while supplies last.

Microsoft rolls out Files On-Demand for Mac to OneDrive for Business users

Friday January 04, 2019

Microsoft has started to roll out Files On-Demand for Mac, a function of Office 2019 that allows users to see all of their files held in OneDrive storage from the Mac desktop, with documents downloaded from the cloud only when they are required.

White House's National Economic Council head hints China may have stolen Apple tech

Friday January 04, 2019

The director of the White House's National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, suggested on Friday that China may be stealing Apple technology secrets, without offering any examples or evidence.

FTC's antitrust case against Qualcomm heads to trial amid Chinese & German iPhone bans

Friday January 04, 2019

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's antitrust case against Qualcomm is going to trial on Friday, the outcome of which could have serious repercussions for Apple's global legal war with the chipmaker.

Apple pulls iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 from sale in Germany as part of sales ban

Friday January 04, 2019

Apple has withdrawn the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 from sale from its online store and retail outlets in Germany, one day after Qualcomm posted its $1.52 billion security bond required by a Munich court to enforce the countrywide ban.

Apple's revenue revision spawns second class action investigation

Friday January 04, 2019

Following the revision to Apple's earnings estimates on Wednesday, a second law firm has started investigating Apple's public claims about its disclosures surrounding business in China.