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2018

Last remaining AirPort Wi-Fi accessories no longer on sale from Apple

Friday November 16, 2018

Apple has stopped selling the last two products in its AirPort networking line, the AirPort Extreme and the Time Capsule, marking the end of an era.

Apple should keep Lightning for now, but USB-A has to die

Friday November 16, 2018

USB-C is slowly, but surely, replacing all the cables in our lives and is trying to be the ubiquitous solution to power all our gadgets. The one holdback before the format can accomplish this task, is insistence on maintaining the USB-A connector, and our old friend, Apple's Lightning cable. One of them has to go, and it isn't Lightning.

Adobe Lightroom CC adds support for 2018 iPads and iPhones, new Apple Pencil gestures

Friday November 16, 2018

Adobe has issued an update for Lightroom CC that makes the photograph editing app work properly with Apple's latest iPhone releases, while the iPad version of the app supports the new iPad Pro range and the updated Apple Pencil.

Three new Apple Watch Sport Loop and Sport Band color options available from Nike

Friday November 16, 2018

Nike has launched new Sports Bands and Sports Loops for the Apple Watch in its online store, with the additional color variants for the Nike+ branded straps adding three more options for fitness-oriented users to equip to their wearable devices.

iPad Pro 12.9-inch review: Putting Apple's 'pro' claim to the test

Friday November 16, 2018

Is the iPad Pro really a pro device? Apple seems to think so, but that is the question we set out to answer while looking at the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro by putting Apple's biggest and priciest tablet yet into the center of our professional workflow.

YouTuber unsurprisingly discovers that if you try to bend an iPad Pro, it will actually break

Friday November 16, 2018

This just in: if you cut, scrape, burn, flex, and smash your iPad Pro there is a chance that it might break. This isn't what AppleInsider usually means by breaking news, but evidently, one YouTuber does.

How to work with, edit, and share HEIC images without data loss

Friday November 16, 2018

The image format used by iPhones has a lot of advantages but more than a year since its adoption, it's still not fully supported. AppleInsider examines the problems you can face editing HEIC images and what you can do about it.

iPad USB-C, AAPL price, Apple poaching from Qualcomm and more on the AppleInsider Podcast

Friday November 16, 2018

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Daniel Eran Dilger, Victor, and William mark the 200th episode talking stocks, iPad USB-C, Qualcomm engineers, Neil stops by, and we even give away some software.

Apple Pay adoption in Switzerland may have been hampered by colluding banks

Friday November 16, 2018

Authorities in Switzerland have opened a probe into allegations major financial bodies in the country colluded to support the national mobile payment system TWINT in favor of rival systems Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, by actively boycotting the competing services.

Qualcomm might be using political campaign-style attack tactics against Apple

Thursday November 15, 2018

Definers Public Affairs, the firm Facebook hired to go on the offensive against critics after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, might be leading an attack campaign targeting Apple at the behest of Qualcomm, new evidence suggests.

US iPhones and iPads might soon access EU's Galileo satellite navigation system thanks to FCC order

Thursday November 15, 2018

Apple iPhone and iPad owners in the U.S. might soon see improvements to GPS accuracy and reliability, as the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved a request to grant consumer devices access to Europe's Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System.

Apple earns A+ rating from toxic chemical watchdog

Thursday November 15, 2018

Mind the Store ranks retailers by their use of toxic chemicals in consumer products and how they are -- or are not -- working to reduce them.

Apple shares photos shot on iPhone XR

Thursday November 15, 2018

Following the release of iPhone XR last month, Apple on Thursday shared a collection of photos showing off the handset's image capture capabilities, from Smart HDR to Portrait selfies.

Apple taps Oscar-winning studio behind 'Moonlight' to make feature films

Thursday November 15, 2018

Apple has made an agreement with independent studio A24 to produce films for the iPhone producer, movies which may be offered to consumers as part of Apple's long-rumored video streaming service that could launch in 2019.

How to automate some frequent tasks to make your Mac work harder for you without spending another dime

Thursday November 15, 2018

Before you even bother with Apple's powerful Automator and AppleScript tools, your Mac is capable of saving you time and speeding up your work every day.

USB-C cable shopping for an iPad or Thunderbolt 3 Mac is still a nightmare for consumers

Thursday November 15, 2018

USB-C is the future of computer connectivity, but in the two years we've been using it there remains a great deal of confusion over USB-C, Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.1, and what any given cable with USB-C connectors is capable of. AppleInsider breaks it all down again, makes some specific cable recommendations, and talks about why we think it isn't the last time we're going to have this conversation.

Final Cut Pro X adds third-party extensions alongside video noise reduction and batch sharing features

Thursday November 15, 2018

Apple has added more functionality for to Final Cut Pro X for video editors to take advantage of, including workflow extensions for third-party apps and services and a number of other highly-requested features.

Second watchOS 5.1.2 & third macOS 10.14.2, iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.11 developer betas available

Thursday November 15, 2018

Apple on Wednesday pushed out a new batch of developer betas, with participants in Apple's testing program now able to shake down the third developer betas of macOS 10.14.2, iOS 12.1.1. and tvOS 12.1.1, as well as the second developer beta for watchOS 5.1.2.

Blowout deals: Save up to $270 on Apple Watch Series 3; iPhone X on sale for $725 today only

Thursday November 15, 2018

The lowest prices anywhere are in effect now with discounts of up to $270 on Apple Watch Series 3 devices. Apple's iPhone X is also marked down during Amazon's Early Friday Countdown Sale, with refurbished models as low as $725 today only.

iPhone unit sales concern overblown, doesn't cover Apple's business as a whole says Morgan Stanley

Thursday November 15, 2018

Investors are overreacting to changes in the iPhone supply chain and manufacturing reports, Morgan Stanley suggests, with the company's continued Services growth highlighted as the better avenue for revenue increases than its hardware sales.