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2020

Apple confirms unreleased AirTags in own support video

Thursday April 02, 2020

The name "AirTags" has appeared in a brand new Apple support video, putting to rest any debate about what Apple will ultimately call its forthcoming wireless trackers that are expected to help users keep tabs on possessions beyond electronic devices.

How to work together with colleagues by remotely sharing screens

Thursday April 02, 2020

New screen-sharing software Screen brings remarkably good collaboration tools that will slot into your company's workflow startlingly easily, and let you work with colleagues on their screens or yours as you need.

New Intel 10th-gen H-series chips launched, suitable for 2020 MacBook Pro refresh

Thursday April 02, 2020

Intel has revealed specifics on a new line of 10th-generation Core processors for premium laptops -- although the improvements over what is presently available are actually relatively small.

Deals: Apple AirPods get price drop at Amazon, OWC Garage Sale cuts parts by up to 97%, 16" MacBook Pro $2,140

Thursday April 02, 2020

Today's best Apple deals see discounts on everything from AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro to RAM and storage upgrades for older Macs. The standard 16-inch MacBook Pro has also dropped to $2,140 for a limited time with coupon.

Apple and Emerson Collective donate $12 million to new America's Food Fund

Thursday April 02, 2020

America's Food Fund has launched with a $12 million donation from Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective and Apple.

Apple wants an iPhone that doesn't just survive underwater, but is usable there

Thursday April 02, 2020

Future iPads and iPhones could adapt to actually being used underwater, and a new way to sense orientation using the Face ID camera could see display rotation guided by the angle of your face in relation to the device.

Compared: 2017 iPad Pro versus 2020 iPad Pro

Thursday April 02, 2020

Apple's 2020 iPad Pro lineup may not be that big a difference from the 2018 revision -- but there is a much wider gap if you go back to the 2017 model. We compare Apple's newest pro tablet to the popular 2017 line to see how much difference three years can make.

Siri support for Spotify added to Apple Watch in latest update

Thursday April 02, 2020

Apple Watch owners can now use Siri voice commands to play music on Spotify conveniently from their wrist.

FCC drafts rules to widen 6GHz use -- here's what that means for you

Thursday April 02, 2020

The Federal Communications Commission has drafted rules that would permit unlicensed devices to operate across the 6GHz band, a move that could increase the bandwidth, speed, and efficiency of consumer Wi-Fi and the devices that connect to it.

How to automatically request a desktop version of a website on iOS

Thursday April 02, 2020

Websites typically adapt to the iPhone screen, but that doesn't mean they all do it well. When you know you're going to always need to see the full desktop version instead, you can make your iOS device automatically display it.

Future iPhone could talk vision impaired through taking a good photo

Thursday April 02, 2020

Apple's iOS may get enhanced accessibility features that allow a device to audibly describe a scene captured by the camera, or present tactile feedback to enable people with low or no vision to take good photos.

Zoom freezing development to fix security & privacy flaws

Thursday April 02, 2020

Popular video conferencing app Zoom has come under fire for numerous security flaws in the last few days, and has now issued a public apology plus a plan of action for resolving the issues.

Apple researching trackpad & gesture combo for controlling AR

Thursday April 02, 2020

Rather than attempting to manipulate AR objects through gloves or a game controller, a peripheral like a trackpad could allow users to select and manipulate what they see in front of them.

Supposed 'iPhone 9' leak again suggests handset will share design with iPhone 8

Wednesday April 01, 2020

Another day, another "iPhone SE 2" accessory leak. An alleged photograph of what is claimed to be Target's merchandise stocking system reveals an unreleased Zagg screen protector compatible with iPhone 6, 7, 8 and an as-yet-unreleased "iPhone 9."

U.S. census employees will trade paper forms for 500,000 iPhone 8 handsets this year

Wednesday April 01, 2020

It's a census year in the U.S., which means that hundreds of thousands of enumerators will soon be going door-to-door. But instead of a pen and clipboard this year, they may be equipped with a familiar device.

Apple's anticompetitive behavior has 'gotten worse,' Tile tells congressional panel

Wednesday April 01, 2020

Tile, a manufacturer of location tracking hardware and software, on Wednesday told the House Judiciary Committee that Apple continues to participate in anticompetitive behavior despite promising not to do so as part of a resolution reached earlier this year.

Apple offers subsidies for Authorized Service Provider pick-up, dropoff repairs

Wednesday April 01, 2020

Apple is planning on subsidizing repairs provided by Apple Authorized Service Providers (AASP), so long as they comply with social distancing measures in the U.S. and Canada.

Apple resorts to video calls with factory workers to prevent 'iPhone 12' delays

Wednesday April 01, 2020

Apple's U.S.-based engineering team is reportedly "scrambling" to prevent delays of the company's rumored 5G iPhones, which are expected to debut this fall.

Select 2013 and 2014 MacBook Air, Pro models to be declared vintage and obsolete in April

Wednesday April 01, 2020

Apple plans to add a few additional MacBook models to its list of "vintage" and "obsolete" machines at the end of April, according to a report on Wednesday.

Apple's loosening of App Store fees lets Amazon enable purchases, rentals in Prime Video app for iOS [u]

Wednesday April 01, 2020

After years of going without, Amazon's Prime Video app this week finally added support for in-app purchases and rentals of video content on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. The new capability arrives as Apple announced a program that exempts certain video subscription services from a statutory 30% cut of in-app purchases.