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Apple updates Pages, Numbers, and Keynote with new iOS 11 features

Following the release of iOS 11 to the general public earlier today, Apple is now rolling out updated versions of Numbers, Pages, and Keynote for iOS. The updates bring support for new iOS 11 features, performance improvements, and more. more

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Apple shares new iPad + iOS 11 how-to videos, features third-party apps

On the heels of releasing iOS 11 today, Apple has published a few new how-to videos to its YouTube channel promoting what‘s now possible with its latest mobile OS and iPad. more

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Safari 11 now available for macOS Sierra and OS X El Capitan

Apple has released Safari 11 today alongside iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and more. more

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Things 3.2 adds direct Siri integration on iOS 11 and watchOS 4, iPad drag and drop

Things by Cultured Code has long been my go-to task management app of choice, and today the app suite is getting a big update thanks to iOS 11 and watchOS 4. Things 3.2 works with Siri for the first time (no more Reminders workaround!) and there‘s powerful drag and drop support on the iPad. more

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Apple releases TestFlight 2 with new design, Swift Playgrounds with AR challenge

Apple has released a new version of its beta software distribution app TestFlight. The new version includes a new design that fits in with iOS 11 (also just released) including a new app icon, 3D Touch features, and more. A new version of Swift Playgrounds for iPad is also now available. more

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watchOS 4 update for Apple Watch is now available, here‘s everything new

watchOS 4 is out today as a free update for all Apple Watch models. The latest version brings three new watch faces including Toy Story and Siri, new versions of Music and the Heart Rate app, enhancements to the Activity and Workout apps includingHigh Intensity Interval Training, and much more. more

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Apple releases iOS 11 for iPhone and iPad, here‘s everything new

Apple has just released iOS 11 to the public, for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The major update brings a variety of new features including a redesigned Control Center, a brand-new App Store, the new Files app, Do Not Disturb While Driving, a new Lock Screen / Cover Sheet experience, and much more. iOS 11 is also a major focus for iPad with new ways to share data and multitask with Drag and Drop, upgraded Split View and a whole new Dock. Rea

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tvOS 11 update for Apple TV is now available, here‘s everything new

There‘s a new software update out for the fourth-gen Apple TV that brings a few useful new features to the set-top box. tvOS 11 brings automatic dark mode switching, Home Screen Sync, proper AirPods support, and more to the Apple TV. more

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Apple releases iOS 11 for iPhone and iPad, here‘s all the new features

Apple has just released iOS 11 to the public, for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The major update brings a variety of new features including a redesigned Control Center, a brand-new App Store, the new Files app, Do Not Disturb While Driving, a new Lock Screen / Cover Sheet experience, and much more. iOS 11 is also a major focus for iPad with new ways to share data and multitask with Drag and Drop, upgraded Split View and a whole new Dock. Rea

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13 MacBook Air 256GB 940, SanDisk/Netgear Accessory Sale, Apple Watch Bands 8, more

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Tim Cook calls 999 iPhone X a ‘value price‘ in new interview

In his first interview since Apple‘s iPhone X event last week, today Tim Cook sat down with Good Morning America host Robin Roberts. The interview ranges from covering iOS 11 and ARKit, Cook‘s latest thoughts on DACA, and why he thinks the iPhone X at 999 is a value price. more

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Professional photographer shoots 2,000 images with the iPhone 8 Plus, impressed by color capture

We noted in our review roundup thatTechCrunch said the iPhone 8 Plus is all about the camera, andCNETsseniorphotographer James Martin decided to give it a thorough test. He spent three days shooting more than 2,000 images before reaching his verdict. I set out on an adventure in and around San Francisco, CNET‘s hometown, to capture the city‘s eclectic mix of architecture, landmarks and natural beauty testing a range of lighting condi

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Parrot launches Bebop 2 Power drone with longer flight time and new features

Parrot is on a roll! Last week they announced the new Parrot Mambo FPV mini race drone. Now they just announced the all-new Parrot Bebop 2 Power drone. This new consumer drone in Parrot‘s product line-up, offers a longer flight time, up to 30 minutes. It comes with 2 batteries standard, so you can fly for up to an hour. It also includes the brand new Parrot Cockpitglasses2 FPV goggles and offers other new features that we will describe afte

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New Fitness AR app lets you explore your Strava rides, runs and hikes in 3D [Video]

If you enjoy reviewing your cycle rides, runs or hikes in Strava, a new app lets you do this in augmented reality. Fitness AR projects a 3D terrain map of your path onto a table-top, and allows you to walk around it, viewing it from different angles, as well as move in close to check out details more

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iOS 11 fails the detail test, says designer, as he points to inconsistencies

Apple prides itself on its fanatical attention to detail, with many stories of the lengths to which Steve Jobs would go in the pursuit of perfecting even the smallest of UI elements. In one of them,Google‘s then VP of engineering Vic Gundotra describes being called by Steve at home on a Sunday. So Vic, we have an urgent issue, one that I need addressed right away. I‘ve already assigned someone from my team to help you, and I hope you

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A professional photographer shoots 2,000 images with the iPhone 8 Plus, and is impressed

We noted in our review roundup thatTechCrunch said the iPhone 8 Plus is all about the camera, andCNETsseniorphotographer James Martin decided to give it a thorough test. He spent three days shooting more than 2,000 images before reaching his verdict. I set out on an adventure in and around San Francisco, CNET‘s hometown, to capture the city‘s eclectic mix of architecture, landmarks and natural beauty testing a range of lighting condi

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iPhone 8 and X support pad-free wireless charging, third-party distance charger on the way

While the iPhone 8 and iPhone X support the older Qi standard for wireless charging using a pad, both devices are also compatible with longer-range resonant induction charging which works without direct contact with a pad. Resonant charging is a more recent addition to the Qi standard, and gets us one step along the way to truly wireless charging. A team of MIT alumni have developed a charger that uses this technology, allowing you to use your i

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iPhone 8/Plus review roundup: A solid upgrade, but overshadowed by the iPhone X

You have to feel a little sorry for anyone who has been burning the midnight oil working on the iPhone 8/Plus. A new iPhone would normally be getting a huge amount of attention, but in this case the device has been completely over-shadowed by the iPhone X. The iPhone 8 should, at least, get its own 15 minutes of fame today, as the first reviews go live. We‘ve rounded up the early ones, including our own. We‘ll be adding more reviews,

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iPhone 8/Plus Review: With this traditionally beautiful powerhouse, should you really wait for iPhone X?

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are Apple‘s newest handsets introduced during its first event at the new Steve Jobs Theater at its also new Apple Park campus last week. But you can‘t possibly consider the new phones without noting that Apple this year is breaking from tradition and launching a third flagship model that is radically different than the 8 and 8 Plus. It‘s called iPhone X, as in the 10th anniversary edition of the device. I

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August upgrades smart home lineup with ‘Pro‘ lock and doorbell cam, DoorSense, more

August is upgrading its connected home lineup with two new smart locks including a new design and an updated doorbell cam with more features. August is also introducing a clever new technology called DoorSense that delivers several benefits to smart lock features. more

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Apple‘s TV app starts rolling out in new countries ahead of tomorrow‘s tvOS 11 release

Ahead of the official release of tvOS 11 tomorrow, Apple‘s first-party TV app has started rolling out to new countries. Apple touted at its iPhone X event earlier this month that the TV app would be coming to seven new countries starting this month more

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Boston Red Sox now said to have used a Fitbit in elaborate sign stealing ploy, not Apple Watch

Earlier this month, a detailed report described an elaborate, Apple Watch-based scheme set up by the Boston Red Sox to steal signs in numerous games. Now, however, Boston Globe reporter Nick Cafardo says it wasn‘t actually an Apple Watch, but rather a Fitbit device more

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9to5Toys Last Call: iPhone SE 129, Jaybird X3 Bluetooth Headphones 100, 2017 9.7-inch iPad 299, more

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Here‘s why new iPhones are always supply-constrained at launch

Whether it‘s the upcoming iPhone X, Nintendo‘s new Switch console or even Google‘s Pixel last year, shortages of new electronics have become the norm. While the delay of the iPhone X launch past the iPhone 8 adds even more disappointment for consumers on top of expected constrained supply, you have to wonder, is it really just component shortages causing the issue?A recent piece in The Wall Street Journaltakes a closer look at w

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