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New survey finds 75% of enterprise employees with choice pick iOS over Android, 72% Mac over PC

Jamf has released a new survey today titledThe Impact of Device Choice on the Employee Experience. Among other findings, Jamf reports that about three-quarters of employees pick iPhone, iPad, and Mac over competing options when given a choice. more

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: Amazon Storage Sale, Nomad Apple Watch Bands 20% off, 13 MacBook Air 300 off, more

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Dropbox Paper now lets you ‘templatize‘ docs into standardized templates for streamlining workflows

Dropbox is out today with an update that‘s bringing the option to create templates with its popular Dropbox Paper software. The collaborative and creative focused software is getting this new feature on both its iOS app and the web. more

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Latest Apple Pay promo offers 10% off Hayneedle furniture & home decor

Apple continues to roll out the Apple Pay promos designed to encourage people to use its mobile wallet service to pay for both offline and online purchases. The latest, available thru May 2, offers 10% off furniture and home decor purchases from Hayneedle though with a lengthy list of exclusions more

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Snapchat Spectacles 2 launch today with photos, water resistance & more [Video]

Snap‘s first attempt at Spectacles were rather an, uh, spectacular failure. The company lost 40M after ending up with hundreds of thousands of unsold units. An FCC filing earlier this month showed that the company wasn‘t giving up, however, with the company‘s CEO confirming yesterday that it would be releasing a new model this week. That model has launched today with a number of enhancements more

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Apps are the future of emergency calls, says international emergency services organization

An organization representing emergency services in more than 80 countries worldwide has argued that apps can be a better way to report an emergency than making a call. The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) made the suggestion as it announced that emergency apps designed for use in one European country will in future work across borders more

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EU proposes new laws following Spotify‘s complaint against Apple

The European Union may be about to grant Spotify‘s request for new laws that would impact the way in which it is treated in Apple‘s App Store. Spotify was one of a number of companies which had called on EU regulators to act against what they considered unfair contract clauses more

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Four more HomeKit-compatible air conditioners now available from GE

We learned a few days ago about the launch of the first US HomeKit-compatible air conditioner, and GE says that there are now four other models with HomeKit support, making five in all more

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Photos claim to show redesigned iPhone SE 2 with glass back for wireless charging, headphone jack remains

The iPhone SE 2 rumor train has been a wild one. There are many conflicting reports about the device, ranging from rumors of a major chassis change to only a minor hardware revision. These new photos purport to show a fully-built iPhone SE 2, with resemblances to some leaked shells first seenin March, but are currently being posted around US blogs with some new angles. They depict a device somewhere in between the two extremes; a new glass back f

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Tim Cook‘s follow-up meetings after Trump seemingly confirm China focus

A tweet by President Trump suggested that foreign trade would be a focus for yesterday‘s Oval Office meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook. This now appears to be confirmed by follow-up meetings Cook had whilst in Washington more

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Microsoft and Facebook last two big tech companies to follow Apple‘s lead on gun emoji

Microsoft and Facebook have announced that they will be changing the pistol emoji from a realistic-looking handgun to a water pistol. Google yesterday made the same decision, all following the lead Apple set two years ago more

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Apple Maps adds new indoor maps for three major international airports

Indoor mapping lets Apple Maps users explore the internal layout of buildings across multiple floors, with precise location positioning to help you find your way around places like airports and shopping malls. Apple has today expanded its list of indoor mapping locations with a few new airports; iPhone and iPad can now explore Sydney International, Edinburgh and Hamad Internationl (Doha, Qatar) more

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Samsung says it has seen ‘slow demand‘ for the OLED panels it supplies for the iPhone X

Over the recent week, we‘ve seen a handful of suppliers report slowing demand for parts purchased by Apple for the iPhone X. Now, Samsung is joining that chorus, saying that it has seen lagging demand for OLED panels used in the iPhone X more

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Google says Inbox for iOS will be updated w/ iPhone X optimization ‘soon‘

Since the iPhone X‘s release back in November, developers have been updating their applications to take full advantage of the new 5.8-inch display. Some developers have moved faster than others at this, and now Google has confirmed that an update is coming soon to one of the most notable holdouts more

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Snapchat to start testing non-skippable advertisements next month

Following a controversial redesign, Snapchat is planning another change that is sure to irk some of its users. According to a report from Digiday, Snapchat is beginning to test non-skippable advertisements in its mobile application more

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New report says Apple won‘t be able to fully drop Qualcomm as an iPhone supplier this year

As its relationship with Qualcomm continues to strain, Apple is looking to move away from the chipmaker entirely as an iPhone supplier. A new report from Fast Company today, however, says Apple won‘t be able to ditch Qualcomm entirely this year more

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How to invoke split screen on iPad with iOS 11

With iOS 11, Apple supercharged the way how users. It came with many additions including a revamp to split screen multitasking. Gone is the swipe over and pick from a hideous and unintuitive app picker. more

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Kanye West tweetstorms Tim Cook meeting request, says he has ‘some ideas‘

Kanye West recently made his triumphant return to Twitter, sharing his thoughts on politics, fashion, and much more. Now, the rapper and fashion designer is turning his attention towards technology, publicly calling for a meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook more

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Sonos says AirPlay 2 will be supported by Sonos One, Play:5, and Playbase only

Sonos previously teasedAirPlay 2 support for its speakers. In a new announcement to MacObserver, the story is a little bit more nuanced. The company has said that AirPlay 2 will only be compatible with the Sonos One, Sonos Play:5 and the Playbase. Older speakers will not natively support AirPlay 2. The launch date for AirPlay 2 remains unclear. The whole-home audio solution continues to show up in developer seeds of iOS, but Apple has not provide

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Concert tracking app Bandsintown adds integrated Apple Music streaming with MusicKit

Popular live music discovery application Bandsintown has been updated today with direct Apple Music integration. This means that you can now stream Apple Music directly within the Bandsintown app as you search for concerts more

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9to5Toys Last Call: Best Buy 4-day Apple sale, Anker deals from 8, Bose SoundSport Earbuds 179, more

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How to set up or recover voicemail on iPhone

As iMessage and other communication options have become more and more popular, voicemail use has no doubt seen a decline. However, it‘s still an important feature to have working properly for most people. Follow along for how to set up or recover voicemail on iPhone. more

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Startup offering 3 million to anyone who can hand over zero-day exploits for iOS or macOS

Crowdfense, a startup company based out of the United Arab Emirates is offering up to 3 million for anyone who can offer a zero-day exploit on macOS, iOS, Android or Windows. more

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Startup offering 3 million to anyone who can handover zero-day exploits for iOS or macOS

Crowdfense, a startup company based out of the United Arab Emirates is offering up to 3 million for anyone who can offer a zero-day exploit on macOS, iOS, Android or Windows. Motherboard reports that the startup put out a bug bounty on Tuesday. Zero-day exploits are bugs or vulnerabilities that are unknown to the developers, []

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