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2019

Latest 'Behind the Mac' videos tells college students to 'Test the Impossible'

Thursday August 01, 2019

Apple's latest "Behind the Mac" ad, "Test the Impossible," is another effort at manufacturing a lifestyle image, in this instance targeted at college students.

AppleInsider is growing, are you a good fit for our team?

Thursday August 01, 2019

AppleInsider is looking for passionate, energetic journalists with the determination to build and break influential stories on all things Apple.

Fitbit's new financial worries are just its latest in a long line

Thursday August 01, 2019

For a company that's a household name and is producing a hugely successful product, Fitbit has a remarkable history of lurching from crisis to crisis.

Intel intros 'Ice Lake' 10th-generation Core processors, possibly for MacBook rebirth

Thursday August 01, 2019

Intel on Thursday unveiled its first batch of 10th-generation Core processors, dubbed "Ice Lake," offering a glimpse at the options Apple will have in future MacBooks.

President Trump threatens 10% tariff on $325B of electronics starting Sept. 1

Thursday August 01, 2019

In the latest chapter of the ongoing trade war, President Donald Trump has threatened to levy a 10% tariff on electronics from China, including most of Apple's product line, in retaliation for moves by the Chinese government.

Apple releases the fourth public beta for macOS 10.15 Catalina

Thursday August 01, 2019

On Thursday, Apple released the fourth public beta version of its macOS Catalina operating systems, giving those in the public beta test program a chance to test out the latest Mac features before their release in the fall.

macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update fixes glitches with sleeping Macs

Thursday August 01, 2019

Apple on Thursday issued an unusual "Supplemental Update" for macOS 10.14.6, meant to address problems some Mac owners were having waking their systems from sleep mode.

New California class action launched over iPhone throttling issue

Thursday August 01, 2019

A collection of 18 plaintiffs have launched a new class action through a U.S. District Court in San Jose, joining cases that have since been consolidated accusing Apple of fraudulent behavior in deliberately throttling older iPhones with weaker batteries.

Apple deals and sales tax holidays mean significant savings for back to school shoppers

Thursday August 01, 2019

Several states are running sales tax holidays this weekend, offering shoppers significant savings on back to school supplies, including Apple products. Here's where to get the most bang for your buck with these top deals on Apple Watches, Macs, iPads and even AirPods.

Setting up your iPhone in iOS 12.4 & iOS 13 is easier with Migration Assistant

Thursday August 01, 2019

The process of transferring data to a new iPhone is a frustrating and lengthy process. Thanks to Migration Assistant included as part of iOS 12.4 and newer, it is now easier -- and faster -- than ever. Here is how it works.

Billie Eilish featured in upcoming Apple Music Lab sessions

Thursday August 01, 2019

Apple has switched up its "Today at Apple" Music Lab sessions to feature Billie Eilish's "You Should See me in a Crown," replacing Madonna's "Crave" remix session that had started in June.

Editorial: No, Apple isn't in a post-iPhone era, and won't be anytime soon

Thursday August 01, 2019

You can prove anything with statistics, and sometimes it's obvious why you'd try. After Apple made it's usual everything-is-great financial call this week, talking heads are dramatically pointing out that for the first time in seven years, the iPhone accounted for less than 50% of Apple's revenue.

Equifax can't pay the $125 you expected, and you probably don't want its credit monitoring

Thursday August 01, 2019

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is informing those affected by the Equifax credit breach that they likely won't get their promised $125, and instead is pushing consumers toward credit monitoring from the same firm that allowed the data to be taken in the first place.

10.2-inch budget iPad reportedly due in 'late third quarter'

Thursday August 01, 2019

Apple's rumored 10.2-inch replacement for the current 9.7-inch iPad should ship in the "late third quarter," a report claimed on Thursday.

Apple's AirDrop & Wi-Fi password sharing features can potentially expose critical ID data

Thursday August 01, 2019

Wireless features like AirDrop and Wi-Fi password sharing on iPhones, Macs, and other Apple devices can expose exploitable data, according to a recent report -- but there are two easy solutions.

Editorial: As Apple plays the telephone game, analysts hear something else entirely

Thursday August 01, 2019

When Apple entered the smartphone market in 2007, it didn't do so to lose money making most of the world's smartphones as a public service. All these years later, a shocking number of analysts and reporters still seem to be confused about this.

Nanoleaf Canvas adds 'Touch Actions' to control other HomeKit devices

Thursday August 01, 2019

Nanoleaf is adding new functionality to its Canvas smart light that allows other HomeKit devices to be controlled just by touching the panels.

Mophie's updated Juice Pack Air for iPhone XS, XS Max & XR now available to all

Thursday August 01, 2019

Mophie's recent update of the Juice Pack Air battery case for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR is now on sale to everyone, until now having been reserved for Amazon Prime members.

Future Apple headphones could detect which ear they've been put on

Thursday August 01, 2019

Apple may be in on the early phases of designing small over-the-ear headphones which can detect which ear the device is in, to tailor the audio environment.

Review: Swagtron's SwagCycle Pro is a fun and easy ride, but underpowered

Thursday August 01, 2019

Swagtron's SwagCycle Pro is a fun, iPhone-enhanced "last mile" transportation option, if catering to a narrow niche.