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2019

Apple issues second iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6, macOS 10.15 betas

Monday June 17, 2019

Apple has moved on to its second round of betas for its milestone releases, offering developers new builds of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 Catalina for testing.

Adobe Fresco painting app for iPad boasts accurate AI-powered brushes

Monday June 17, 2019

Adobe has provided more information about an upcoming drawing and painting app it is developing for the iPad for release later in 2019, including replacing its 'Project Gemini' name with a proper release title -- Adobe Fresco.

Review: Adonit Note is an affordable Apple Pencil alternative

Monday June 17, 2019

The Adonit Note is an Apple Pencil alternative for the sixth generation iPad, iPad mini 5, third generation iPad Air, as well as the 2018 iPad Pro lineup. Should you pick this up?

Microsoft brings native version of To-Do to macOS

Monday June 17, 2019

Microsoft has released a native Mac version of To-Do, its day planner and checklist app ultimately intended to replace Wunderlist.

Apple's own 5G modem expected to land as soon as 2022

Monday June 17, 2019

Apple will be producing a 5G iPhone by 2020, TF International Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo believes, but Apple could complete development of its own 5G modem and do without Qualcomm's version by 2022 or 2023.

Aspyr ends 32-bit Mac game sales in shift to 64-bit support only

Monday June 17, 2019

Game publisher Aspyr is ceasing sale of its 32-bit Mac game catalog on Tuesday, with Monday being the last day the company is offering the titles for purchase, citing Apple's shift of macOS to 64-bit and end of support for 32-bit as the reason for the change.

2020 5G iPhone coming in 5.4- and 6.7-inch sizes, LTE 6.1-inch iPhone [u]

Monday June 17, 2019

Apple is predicted to produce three iPhones again in 2020, with the 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models having 5G, and the 6.1-inch model sticking with LTE.

Apple supplier Japan Display loses $230 million bailout investor

Monday June 17, 2019

TPK Holding had been part of a Taiwanese consortium planning to bail out the iPhone screen maker, but has now decided to withdraw its $230 million contribution, casting doubt on the entire deal.

Apple Camp registrations now open in US, Canada, and Mexico

Monday June 17, 2019

Apple has started accepting registrations for the 2019 Apple Camp sessions at Apple Stores, with younger users able to sign up to take part in four different sessions covering music, art and design, coding, and movie creation using iPads and other accessories.

Huawei expects $30B revenue hit, 60M fewer phones sold due to US ban

Monday June 17, 2019

Founder Ren Zhengfei says Huawei will cut back on production while it works to find alternatives including developing its own smartphone OS, forcing a drop in revenues of $30 billion.

German citizen passport & ID available on iPhone with iOS 13 in fall 2019

Monday June 17, 2019

Germany plans to utilize iOS 13's NFC stack, allowing users with an iPhone to serve as a user's passport or ID card -- but what iPhones can be used for this isn't quite clear yet.

Apple's China issues 'overblown,' Services underrated notes JP Morgan

Monday June 17, 2019

Investor concerns about Apple's fortunes in China are "somewhat overblown," analysts from JP Morgan suggest, with shareholders also accused of failing to see the potential revenue generation of Apple's Services arm.

Apple spending up to $30M per movie to make award-winning Apple TV+

Monday June 17, 2019

Hollywood sources say that Apple is approaching Oscar contending filmmakers and offering $5 million to $30 million per project, to build an award-winning stable of content.

Apple's Tim Cook warns about 'chaos' & surveillance in Stanford speech

Sunday June 16, 2019

Apple CEO Tim Cook took an unusually dark tone in part of a Stanford University commencement speech on Sunday, highlighting the "chaos" caused by Silicon Valley, and the threat of corporate and government surveillance.

LumaFusion 2.0 gains more powerful engine, external display support

Sunday June 16, 2019

Luma Touch on Sunday launched LumaFusion 2.0, an upgrade of its professional video editor for iPhones and iPads with an array of both engine and interface improvements.

Amazon, Best Buy drop prices on new MacBook Pros and iPad Pros

Sunday June 16, 2019

Father's Day may be over, but the weekend deals on Apple hardware, from 2019 MacBook Pros to the latest iPad Pros, are still going strong. Whether you're shopping for a belated gift for Dad, or need a new device yourself, these markdowns deliver the lowest prices available, with savings of up to $220 off.

Best Alternatives to Adobe Illustrator for iOS and Mac

Sunday June 16, 2019

Adobe Illustrator used to be the gold standard for graphic design for years, but due to an increasingly expensive subscription model, many users are moving away from it. Here's our list of our favorite vector-based design software.

13 hidden iOS 13 features you didn't know about

Sunday June 16, 2019

The first beta of iOS 13 has been out for nearly two weeks so lets take a look at some hidden features you might've not known about.

Review: Lenovo's Google-equipped Smart Clock is a solid choice when bedtime means bedtime

Sunday June 16, 2019

You'll have to go elsewhere if you want all the features of a Google Nest Hub or Echo Show, but for smartspeaker buyers who just want a cheap wake-up and bedtime option, the Lenovo Smart Clock doesn't disappoint.

ICYMI: iOS SCUBA diving HUD, Hot Wheels Smart Track, Quad 4K dock & more

Saturday June 15, 2019

During the week we don't always have time to cover everything, so here are a few releases this week that went under the radar including a new iOS compatible dive computer, a futuristic Hot Wheel set, and more.