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2019

Remix Taylor Swift's 'You Need to Calm Down' in new Today at Apple Music Lab sessions

Thursday August 22, 2019

Taylor Swift is promoting new Today at Apple sessions, with some allowing users the chance to learn how to remix her new song "You Need to Calm Down."

Google's final release of Android 10 is coming soon, with new branding

Thursday August 22, 2019

Google has shifted its branding for Android, and is ditching dessert and confectionary names going forward.

These 5 MacBook Pro laptops just hit new record low prices

Thursday August 22, 2019

New price cuts have been issued on 2019 MacBook Pro laptops, with bonus promo code savings and instant cash discounts on popular 15-inch models. These month-end Apple deals, which are up to $500 off, are valid for a short time only, with limited availability at the reduced prices.

Bose Portable Home Speaker is the company's first rechargeable model

Thursday August 22, 2019

Bose will be adding the Bose Portable Home Speaker to its lineup in mid-September, featuring Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, voice control, and AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect compatibility.

The OtterBox OtterSpot is a stackable Qi wireless charger and battery system

Thursday August 22, 2019

Otterbox, known for its rugged life-proof phone and tablet cases, is releasing a new Qi-certified wireless charging system with detachable batteries dubbed the OtterSpot.

Like Apple Music, Spotify now offers a three month premium trial

Thursday August 22, 2019

Spotify has extended the free-trial period it offers for Spotify Premium from one month to three, the default length of Apple's free trial for Apple Music.

Apple refining methods to reset & calibrate future iPhone toxic gas sensors

Thursday August 22, 2019

Apple is continuing work on iPhone-embedded poisonous gas sensors, with its latest invention being a way to calibrate and lengthen the life of the consumable materials used to detect the toxins.

'iPhone 11' camera & new 'A13' chip element will provide far better photography

Thursday August 22, 2019

A new "iPhone 11" rumor roundup has been posted mostly repeating what has been said before -- but Bloomberg's Mark Gurman is predicting big improvements from the triple lens camera for photographers and videographers.

Preorders for Apple's Powerbeats Pro in ivory, moss, and navy have started

Thursday August 22, 2019

Apple has started preorders of its Powerbeats Pro in navy, ivory, and moss colors through its online store.

Apple seemingly stops sales of 'Designed by Apple in California' photo book

Wednesday August 21, 2019

After nearly three years in print, Apple appears to have halted sales of "Designed by Apple in California," a massive photo book that chronicles 20 years of the company's iconic consumer electronic designs.

British Airways buys 15,000 iPhone XR units for cabin crew

Wednesday August 21, 2019

As part of a major investment in customer relations enhancements, British Airways on Wednesday announced plans to outfit its 15,000 cabin crew employees with an iPhone XR loaded with personalized in-flight service apps.

JPMorgan to shut down Chase Pay app in early 2020

Wednesday August 21, 2019

JPMorgan Chase on Wednesday notified customers of its Chase Pay mobile payments solution that the service will soon be unavailable for in-store use, leaving a once-touted payments platform dead on a road already littered with failed products.

Apple says clean Apple Card with a microfiber cloth, avoid contact with leather and denim

Wednesday August 21, 2019

With physical Apple Cards now making their way into the hands of consumers across the U.S., Apple this week offered up a few tips for cleaning, caring for and storing the titanium card with its specialized finish.

FCC re-examining iPhone RF levels after controversial report

Wednesday August 21, 2019

Testing commissioned by the Chicago Tribune suggests that Apple's iPhone has radio frequency broadcasts slightly above a legal limit, which has spawned a new range of testing by the federal government but this is not a crisis, nor a health hazard in any way, and here's why.

PSA: You cannot stop Instagram or Facebook from using your photos with a post

Wednesday August 21, 2019

Celebrities and other online personalities are unwittingly circulating a hoax claiming Instagram is changing its privacy policy, one that can supposedly avoided by publicly posting the statement, with it being the latest incarnation of a chain message that has existed for years.

Samsung trying to fight iMessage chat elitists with response graphic gallery

Wednesday August 21, 2019

Samsung wants owners of its smartphones to know that they can respond to iPhone owners cutting them out of chats -- but they may not want to use what Samsung has provided.

President Trump praises Tim Cook's communication skills

Wednesday August 21, 2019

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been praised by President Donald Trump as a 'great executive,' due to how Cook contacts Trump over major political and business issues directly, a technique that other company leaders do not attempt.

This 'iPhone 11' case manufacturer is expecting a shorter Apple Pencil

Wednesday August 21, 2019

Accessory producer Olixar is producing cases for the 'iPhone 11 Pro,' with some models sporting a holster to hold a shorter Apple Pencil.

Apple releases eighth developer betas of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 & watchOS 6 [u]

Wednesday August 21, 2019

As the launch of its milestone operating systems grows nearer, Apple provides an eighth generation of developers betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and watchOS 6

AliveCor pulls KardiaBand ECG smart band for Apple Watch from sale

Wednesday August 21, 2019

AliveCor has ceased sales of the KardiaBand, an ECG smart band for the Apple Watch that added the heart-monitoring functionality to the wearable device, but while there is no explanation for the withdrawal of the product from purchase, it may be due to the introduction of the ECG-equipped Apple Watch Series 4.