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2019

Should you get a wired or wireless controller for Apple Arcade?

Wednesday September 04, 2019

With Apple Arcade coming soon, we're checking out two controllers to see whether you should pick up the wireless SteelSeries Nimbus controller or if you should opt for the RotorRiot wired controller.

Apple sells $7B in debt in first bond offer since $285B cash repatriation [u]

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Apple is getting ready to offer bonds for the first time in almost two years, looking to raise cash to fund share buybacks and other activities without needing to use its repatriated cash hoard.

Apple's 2017 iMac 5K hits $1,299, a new record low online price

Wednesday September 04, 2019

With limited supply available at the special price, B&H has issued a record-breaking online discount on Apple's Mid 2017 27-inch iMac 5K. Save $500 instantly with bonus perks, including a sales tax refund for some.

Second developer betas of iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1 now available with ninth tvOS 13 beta [u]

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Apple is continuing to test out the first major update to the upcoming operating system releases before the milestone versions have shipped, with second beta builds of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 available for testing by developers along with a ninth tvOS 13 build.

Apple's Catalyst polarizes developers ahead of iOS 13, Catalina launch

Wednesday September 04, 2019

After months of working with Catalyst, and just ahead of the release of macOS Catalina, developers have thoughts on what's good and what's still surprisingly bad about Apple's project to get iOS apps on the Mac.

Google fined $170M for violating children's privacy

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Google and subsidiary YouTube has been hit with a record $170 million fine by the Federal Trade Commission, to settle allegations the search company violated a law protecting children's privacy.

Half the states in the US reportedly ready to launch Google antitrust investigation

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Google is reportedly the target for an antitrust investigation that will be announced next week, a report claims, with more than half of the state attorneys general in the United States onboard.

Here's why you're only getting 1% cash back with the Apple Card

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Now that you've got your Apple Card, you might be wondering why you've only been getting 1% back in Daily Cash. As it turns out, like most cards, there's a set of rules you'll need to follow to get the most cash back.

Editorial: Apple Arcade is likely to drive a new A12X Apple TV

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Apple TV hardware hasn't been updated for two years-- which just so happens to be the typical length of time before a new model is introduced. This year, Apple could have a special impetus to update Apple TV based on its new Apple Arcade gaming subscription and the availability of the faster, smaller A12X chip. Here's why.

Apple again reportedly planning a new, but larger 'iPhone SE 2'

Wednesday September 04, 2019

This time around, sources are claiming that Apple will release an iPhone SE successor in spring 2020, but it won't be the same size as the 4-inch original.

Western Digital updates My Passport for Mac with up to 5TB of USB-C storage

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Western Digital has updated its popular My Passport for Mac drives with a new 5TB model and new colors to complement the fresh design.

Supposed leaked Apple document reveals 'iPhone 11' branding, OS release dates, new iPads in October, more

Tuesday September 03, 2019

A supposedly leaked internal document reveals a wealth of information regarding Apple's fall product lineup, including the names and release timelines of new iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad models, operating system release dates and more.

Exploit resellers report glut of iOS vulnerabilities, will pay more for Android bugs

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Software vulnerability brokers have lowered payout rates for iOS exploits, saying a recent "flood" of iPhone zero-days makes the bugs less valuable than comparable attacks designed to penetrate Android.

Apple eases app notarization conditions ahead of macOS Catalina release

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Apple on Tuesday adjusted app notarization requirements for macOS Catalina ahead of the operating system's launch this fall, saying it will temporarily ease a stringent set of prerequisites as developers work to bring their apps in compliance with the new guidelines.

How to update your Steam install to 64-bit before macOS Catalina

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Yes, the Steam client itself is 64-bits, and most of your games probably are too, but if you've had an install for a while, your client is probably only 32-bit. Here's how to make sure you've got a Steam client compatible with macOS Catalina.

NYC subway commuters get creative rescuing AirPods dropped on tracks

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Apple's AirPods may be highly popular, but the ease of losing them while being jostled or in a hurry is causing trouble for some New York City subway riders, leading to some desperate rescues.

Today is the last day to scoop up these Apple savings

Tuesday September 03, 2019

The Labor Day weekend may be over, but Apple savings are still in effect for a few more hours, with markdowns on AirPods, HomePods, MacBooks and iPad Pros ending today.

Even more of the best cases for Apple's 2018 iPad Pro

Tuesday September 03, 2019

It's been some time since our last case roundup for the iPad Pro. Here are even more of the best cases for Apple's 2018 iPad Pro that offer protection, versatility, and unique features.

USB 4 is here, and is essentially Thunderbolt 3

Tuesday September 03, 2019

After a tease in March, the USB Implementation Forum has declared that it has completed the USB 4 standard, implementing the USB-C connector, plus 40Gbps speed and other features of Thunderbolt 3.

Firefox macOS test build is far better for your battery life

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Firefox on macOS will soon be more beneficial to MacBook Air and MacBook Pro users who want to preserve battery life, with Nightly builds of the Mozilla-produced browser now requiring as little as a third of the power of the main public release to render web pages.