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2019

Twitter for Mac returns this fall with macOS Catalina, built with Project Catalyst

Tuesday June 04, 2019

After a contentious decision to discontinue its Mac client last year, Twitter on Tuesday said it is working to bring the popular app back to Apple desktops and laptops in time for the release of macOS 10.15 Catalina.

Apple posts WWDC Platform State of the Union video with deeper dive on new features

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple delivered it's Platform State of the Union yesterday, announcing major overhauls and new tools for the way that developers create apps. Apple has posted a video of the presentation, with the main things for developers to focus on for the rest of the event.

Apple eases up on third-party parental control app restrictions, introduces new MDM guidelines

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Perhaps worried about imminent antitrust probes by the U.S. government, Apple has reportedly eased off on rules concerning parental control apps that use mobile device management (MDM) and virtual private network (VPN) technology to track and limit user screen time.

How to master Dark Mode in iOS 13 & iPadOS

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple put a significant amount of effort into developing Dark Mode on iPhone and iPad. Here is everything you need to know to master the new inky appearance when iOS 13 is available for all, later in 2019.

Apple Car could have battery-filled floor and reinforced wide-opening doors

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple is continuing to come up with new designs for essential elements of a car, potentially as part of its "Project Titan" vehicular efforts, with ideas surrounding how to improve the floor assemblies and doors that make up a considerable portion of a vehicle's body to be stronger and to accommodate more batteries.

'Sign in with Apple' about convenience of social media sign-on 'without the tracking part'

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple's "Sign in with Apple" feature, coming to iOS 13 apps this fall, is about acknowledging the convenience of social media sign-on options from Google, Facebook, and Twitter without the "heavy privacy price," the company's software technology VP said in an interview.

Apple is not deleting your iTunes or movie purchases, and it isn't getting out of media sales

Tuesday June 04, 2019

It's true that Apple likes the Apple Music streaming service, and it is true that it's breaking up iTunes into separate apps. Nothing else you've heard is true, in particular the rumors that Apple is getting out of media sales are completely bogus -- and you're not going to lose anything with macOS Catalina because Apple wants it gone.

Apple releases 'For All Mankind' trailer to YouTube

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple has released the trailer for its space race drama 'For All Mankind,' a show that forms part of its Apple TV+ roster, posting the video clip to YouTube after first airing it during Monday's WWDC keynote address.

How to prepare for macOS Catalina by organizing your iTunes library

Tuesday June 04, 2019

You've got years upon years of music, film and TV clogging up your library and you're not really sure where it all is. Take some time now to let your Mac sort out your iTunes library before you move to macOS Catalina.

Craig Federighi says iPadOS created because iPad is now a 'truly distinct experience'

Tuesday June 04, 2019

The splintering of the iPad-specific "iPadOS" from the iPhone's "iOS" is due to it being a "truly distinct experience" separate from the company's other platforms, according to Apple's Craig Federighi in a post-WWDC keynote interview.

Early 'Find My' code appears to back reports of Tile-style 'tag' tracker

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Code uncovered by an iOS developer appears to support rumors that that Apple's Find My app will support an unannounced Tile-like tracking device.

Apple's Mac Pro efforts started well before the April 2017 announcement

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Apple had the new Mac Pro in the works for several years, even before the declarations in early 2017 that it was being worked on, making it clear that this is a carefully crafted machine with serious thought behind what went into it.

Deals: Save up to $1,200 on iMac Pros, up to $900 off MacBook Pros

Tuesday June 04, 2019

The best deals on Apple's Pro products are going on now, with instant savings of up to $1,200 off. Grab the lowest prices on 2018 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros, as well as current iMac Pros. Both standard and upgraded models are on sale, with special perks just in time for Father's Day.

Here are all the new watch faces in watchOS 6

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Amongst all the new features in watchOS 6 are several new watch faces. Here are all the new faces, the new complications, and changes to existing watch faces coming in this massive update.

Apple's new Mac Pro internal components - answers and lingering questions [u]

Tuesday June 04, 2019

The introduction of a new Mac Pro, especially one that is said to be modular in its design, immediately prompts an influx of queries about what it is and what it can do. AppleInsider attempts to answer some of the tougher questions raised by the latest model.

Apple's break-up of iTunes will have little impact on libraries and playback for Mac users

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Starting in the next release of MacOS, Apple is replacing iTunes in favor of three new apps -- Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and Apple TV. Here's a look at what you can expect to see once Apple makes the split.

Missouri senator asks Apple to offer full 'Do Not Track' option for iPhone & iPad apps

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Republican Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri has sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, urging him to enable a "Do Not Track" option for iPhone and iPadOS apps, and not just in places like Safari.

Promise debuts first internal hard drive sleds for new Mac Pro

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Storage specialists Promise Technology has unveiled a pair of internal bays for the Mac Pro, designed to mount up to four hard drives internal to the new computer.

Apple's WWDC keynote was about developers & software differentiation, say analysts

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Analysts have been quick to offer diverse reactions to Apple's WWDC 2019 announcements, though generally agreeing that the company put a focus on unique software upgrades and helping out app developers.

Developers sue Apple over $99 annual fee, mandatory pricing increments of $0.99

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Two iOS developers have filed a class-action suit claiming that Apple abuses its position as the owner of the App Store by dictating pricing tiers, and that its mandatory annual fee for all developers is "profit-killing."