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Twitter co-founder Evan Williams to step down from board at end of the month

Twitter co-founder and current CEO of Medium Evan Williams will be stepping down from Twitter‘s board at the end of the month, according to an SEC filing obtained byThe Verge. Williams, current CEO Jack Dorsey, and Biz Stone founded the social media platform in 2007. more The post Twitter co-founder Evan Williams to step down from board at end of the month appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Final Cut Friday: How to create basic title cards in FCP X [Video]

In some of my videos I like to use title cards to separate subjects being discussed. I find that title cards are especially useful when creating videos that are based around a topical list of features. One such example being a recent video where I discussed some of the top iPhone tips that everyone should know. Although it‘s possible to quickly create these title cards in a third-party app like Affinity Designer, making them directly withi

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Apple VP of Health Dr. Sumbul Desai talks ECG and fall detection, relationship with FDA, more in new interview

It‘s clear that Apple has been serious about health over the past several years, especially with devices such as the Apple Watch literally saving lives. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been fairly public about the company wanting to change the world with its health initiatives. Today, Apple VP of Health Dr. Sumbul Desai sat down with MobiHealthNews to talk more about Apple‘s foray into health. more The post Apple VP of Health Dr. Sumbul Desa

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9to5Toys Last Call: HomePod Refurb 235, Prev-gen. 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 699, MacBooks starting at 1,000, more

9to5Toys now has a new app! Download it to stay up to date on the best gear and deals on the web. Plus don‘t forget to check us out on Apple News andsign up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on:Twitter,RSS Feed,Facebook,Google+andSafari push notifications. Listen to the new 9to5Toys Daily Podcast: https://9to5toys.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2019/02/9to5Toys-Daily-2-22-2019.mp3 more The post 9to5Toys Last Call:

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How to change your iTunes and App Store Apple ID on iPhone

Need to permanently or temporarily change the account you‘re using for the iTunes and App Store? Follow along for how to change your iTunes and App Store Apple ID on iPhone. more The post How to change your iTunes and App Store Apple ID on iPhone appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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[Update: Four more videos added] Apple shares new iPhone how-to videos covering Live Photos, Depth Control, and more

Apple this evening has uploaded four new iPhone how-to videos on its YouTube channel. These videos cover choosing a Key Photo in Live Photos, Depth Control, searching in the Photos app, and more. more The post [Update: Four more videos added] Apple shares new iPhone how-to videos covering Live Photos, Depth Control, and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Dropbox announces ‘Multi-Team Admin‘ feature to improve group collaboration, especially for complex organizations

Dropboxannounced the latest feature heading for its business customers today during its earnings call. Multi-Team Admin will allow businesses to share admin privileges across multiple Dropbox Business accounts to make collaboration with multiple groups and departments more seamless. more The post Dropbox announces Multi-Team Admin‘ feature to improve group collaboration, especially for complex organizations appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Register for MacTech Pro 2019 with a special 220 off 9to5Mac discount

A lot of thenewscycle about Apple in theenterprisecan revolve about the iPad and the iPhone, but the Mac is still a prominent device for a lot of IT departments as wel. More importantly, most people are dealing with a mix of all of Apple‘s offerings. Even at myschool, I manage a number of Macs along with our large collection of iOS devices. I am excited about the upcoming MacTech Pro conferences being held around the United States througho

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Apple plans new store for Galleria Dallas; Plano and Frisco, Texas locations may close

An unusual Apple retail plan is taking shape in Texas. According to public permits filed with the City of Dallas, Apple has secured a tenant location in the Galleria Dallas, a large shopping center less than 10 miles from Dallas Love Field airport. The mall is located midway between four existing Apple Store locations currently serving central Dallas and surrounding communities to the north. more The post Apple plans new store for Galleria Dall

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Linux users are unable to manage their Apple ID on applecom [U]

For some reason, Apple‘s website where you can manage your Apple ID (appleid.apple.com) is blocking users of Linux browsers from accessing it. Having access to the website is important to manage things such as payment information, two-factor authentication, and other account details. Even though the number of Linux users accessing the website must be relatively small compared to other operating systems, some iPhone users who use Linux on t

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Apple TV picks up Howard Stern show with updated SiriusXM app, no AirPlay required

SiriusXM is today rolling out an update to its iOS app with an updated user interface. Today‘s update also brings the experience to owners of the Apple TV 4th generation and Apple TV 4K users, the company announced through a press release. more The post Apple TV picks up Howard Stern show with updated SiriusXM app, no AirPlay required appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Stacktrace Podcast 024: ‘The fluffy keyboard‘

John and Gui dive into the latest rumors about new Mac hardware and iOS 13. How might the design of the iPad Pro influence future MacBooks, how would a system-wide Dark Mode work on iOS, and what are our updated expectations for Project Marzipan? Also - iPhone XR review, marketing for indies, and much more. Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple‘s Podcasts apporthrough ourdedicated RSS feedfor Overcast and other podcast pla

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: HomePod Refurb 235, Prev-gen. 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 699, MacBooks starting at 1,000, more

9to5Toys now has a new app! Download it to stay up to date on the best gear and deals on the web. Plus don‘t forget to check us out on Apple News andsign up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on:Twitter,RSS Feed,Facebook,Google+andSafari push notifications. Listen to the new 9to5Toys Daily Podcast: https://9to5toys.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2019/02/9to5Toys-Daily-2-22-2019.mp3 more The post 9to5Toys Lunch Bre

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Popular apps caught secretly sending health data and more to Facebook, should Apple intervene?

A new investigative report fromThe WallStreet Journal today looks into the controversial practice of popular third-party iOS and Android apps sending very personal user data to Facebook. In some cases, this happened immediately after an app recorded new data, even if the user wasn‘t logged into Facebook or wasn‘t a Facebook user at all. Notably, the report highlights that Apple and Google don‘t require apps to divulge all the p

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Play.js implements a Mac-like desktop experience on iPad, but could be pulled

There are many developer tools for iOS already in the App Store. Apple relaxed the app review guidelines, allowing apps that download and run code to be released in the App Store, the only limitation being that the app must make the code visible to the user and have an educational purpose. Play.js is a new app that does just that. more The post Play.js implements a Mac-like desktop experience on iPad, but could be pulled appeared first on 9to5M

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9to5Mac Daily: February 22, 2019

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple‘s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/02/9to5Mac-Daily-02-22-2019.mp3 more The post 9to5Mac Daily: February 22, 2019 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Fun GIF shows Apple go from nowhere to most valuable global brand in just two years

Apple tops many rankings, some objective, others subjective. The Top 15 Best Global Brands Ranking is among the latter, such things typically factoring in everything from market capitalisation through name awareness to brand loyalty, but it‘s fun to see Apple rocket up the list more The post Fun GIF shows Apple go from nowhere to most valuable global brand in just two years appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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After Samsung‘s launch, concept images imagine a folding iPhone X

Samsung showed off its new Galaxy Foldthis week a two thousand dollar foldable smartphone due to go on sale in April. While it‘s more of a proof-of-concept product than anything most people would want to buy, it inevitably raised questions about when Apple would launch a folding iPhone. Goldman Sachs described the Galaxy Fold as the main potential challenge for Apple, and suggested that even if the Cupertino company wants to make a foldin

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Linux users are unable to manage their Apple ID on applecom

For some reason, Apple‘s website where you can manage your Apple ID (appleid.apple.com) is blocking users of Linux browsers from accessing it. Having access to the website is important to manage things such as payment information, two-factor authentication, and other account details. Even though the number of Linux users accessing the website must be relatively small compared to other operating systems, some iPhone users who use Linux on t

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Comment: A Bixby button is Samsung‘s worst ever smartphone idea; Apple should copy it

If you thought Siri had its haters, that‘s nothing compared to the comments many owners of Samsung smartphones make about the Korean company‘s voice assistant, Bixby. Samsung then compounded the problem by introducing a dedicated Bixby hardware button on several devices. That was quite possibly Samsung‘s worst ever smartphone idea: take a feature many of your customers hate, and then use up space on your devices to activate it.

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Apple plans new store for Galleria Dallas, Plano and Frisco, Texas locations may close

An unusual Apple retail plan is taking shape in Texas. According to public permits filed with the City of Dallas, Apple has secured a tenant location in the Galleria Dallas, a large shopping center less than 10 miles from Dallas Love Field airport. The mall is located midway between four existing Apple Store locations currently serving central Dallas and surrounding communities to the north. more The post Apple plans new store for Galleria Dall

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After Onavo Protect and Facebook Research iOS apps pulled, Facebook finally takes the hint

After Apple forced Facebook to pull Onavo Protect from the iOS App Store, and to cease using Facebook Research, the social network seems to be finally taking the hint about its spyware more The post After Onavo Protect and Facebook Research iOS apps pulled, Facebook finally takes the hint appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Galaxy Fold ‘the main challenge‘ for Apple; Samsung may withhold OLED tech

The Samsung Galaxy Fold, the foldable smartphone the Korean company unveiled yesterday, is the main potential challenge‘ for Apple, says Goldman Sachs. The bank which is partnering with Apple in the launch of a new credit card later this year believes the Fold could prove troublesome for Apple in two ways more The post Galaxy Fold the main challenge‘ for Apple; Samsung may withhold OLED tech appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Report: Apple to use 5nm process for 2020 iPhone CPUs, once again manufactured by TSMC

About a week ago, we heard reports that the A13 chip destined for this year‘s iPhones will continue to be fabricated at the same 7 nanometer feature size as the A12. Digitimes today notes that for the 2020 iPhone, we will again see another miniaturisation leap. more The post Report: Apple to use 5nm process for 2020 iPhone CPUs, once again manufactured by TSMC appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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