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WWDC 2019 schedule teases ReplayKit for macOS, hearing tech in HealthKit

Apple‘s WWDC 2019 schedule has quietly revealed that ReplayKit will be coming to macOS later this year, and that the company‘s HealthKit ambitions include hearing.

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Hands on: WaterField‘s Tech Rolltop Backpack for MacBooks & iPads

San Francisco-based WaterField recently launched the Tech Rolltop Backpack, an option for Mac and iPad toters who occasionally need to cram in a lot extra.

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WWDC app updates with neon stickers and logo, account profile changes

Apple has updated the official WWDC app for iOS, refreshing it with new features for attendees relating to notification management and virtual queuing, as well as visual updates including a selectable neon app logo and stickers.

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Amazon, Best Buy issue steeper price cuts on MacBook Pros

After discounting 2017 non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pros last week, Amazon and Best Buy are expanding their respective Apple sales to include 2018 MacBook Pros with fresh price drops of up to 300 off.

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Apple issues supplemental update for macOS Mojave 10.14.5 fixing T2 issues in MacBook Pro

Apple has issued a supplemental update for macOS Mojave 10.14.5 for users of the 15-inch MacBook Pro, a recommended download that fixes a problem associated with the built-in T2 Security Chip.

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Apple summoning media to WWDC 2019 keynote with unicorn emoji invites

Apple has started to send out invitations to members of the media to attend the keynote address of WWDC 2019, an event that typically has Apple providing a first look at operating system updates and features it will be releasing later in the year.

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Sonnet ships Solo10G SFP+ Thunderbolt 3 10-gigabit Ethernet adapter

Accessory maker Sonnet Technologies on Wednesday launched two 10-gigabit Ethernet adapters, including one that connects to Macs through Thunderbolt 3.

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Powerbeats Pro are better headphones than AirPods, but won‘t replace them

After rocking Apple‘s newest Powerbeats Pro for the last week, we had to come to a conclusion on whether or not these water-resistant, better sounding, wireless headphones were going to usurp our go-to AirPods. While they are a clear winner with a target audience, for us, AirPods are still the way to go -- here‘s why.

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ARM severs ties with Huawei, creating crisis for future phone designs

Chip designer ARM is reportedly cutting off business with Huawei, a move that could potentially cripple the Chinese smartphone maker on top of the existing U.S. restrictions.

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Apple adding privacy-centric ad click attribution tech to Safari & WebKit

Apple has introduced a new privacy technology it is including in WebKit, the browser rendering engine used by Safari, one that enables online advertising to allow attribution for clicks to be passed along to marketers, but while at the same time preventing the user from being identified or profiled.

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Apple could take a 29% earnings bite if China threatened retaliatory ban

Though there‘s no sign of such action on the horizon, a Chinese ban on Apple business would decimate the company, knocking 29% percent off earnings, according to a Goldman Sachs analyst.

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Editorial: Reporting about the MacBook Pro is failing at a faster rate than the butterfly keyboard

In April 2015, Apple introduced its new Retina Display MacBook with a new butterfly keyboard design. Some critics didn‘t like its shorter key travel, but complaints really began to snowball as its mechanism was adopted across Apple‘s other notebook models. Today it‘s regarded by some as a major problem, but journalists describing the problem don‘t seem to really know what that problem actually is, and

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Apple ‘more upfront‘ with consumers following ‘batterygate‘ affair says UK regulator

Apple will be clearer and more upfront with iPhone users concerning the smartphone‘s battery health and performance, a UK competition regulator has advised, following talks with the company over how it throttled battery performance in older iPhone models in 2017.

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Chinese diplomat attacks Apple & Trump over Huawei - using an iPhone

A Chinese diplomat, normally a vocal backer of government policies, was recently caught using Twitter for iPhone to defend Huawei and attack Apple and U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Hands on: Newly updated FileMaker Pro 18 focuses on improvements for long-time users

Wednesday‘s FileMaker Pro 18 update isn‘t as big as in previous years, but the latest edition still brings significant improvements to features that will delight existing users.

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Tencent & Riot Games working on mobile ‘League of Legends‘

The popular multiplayer game League of Legends could soon be playable on an iPhone or iPad, with Riot Games and Tencent reportedly developing a mobile version of the title, and have apparently been collaborating on the project for over a year.

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FAQ: 2019 MacBook Pro & Apple‘s updated butterfly keyboard repair program

As you might expect, we‘re getting a lot of questions about the 2019 MacBook Pro. AppleInsider tackles a few of the issues, and tells you what you can expect when and if you buy one of the new machines.

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Judge rules Qualcomm violated federal anti-trust laws, orders remedial action

In a ruling late handed in late Tuesday night, a federal judge ruled Qualcomm unlawfully suppressed competition by abusing its dominant power in the cellular modem business, ordering the firm to change how it negotiates and renegotiated its licensing deals.

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Save up to 1,000 on 2018 MacBook Pros with these blowout deals

More price drops are in, and these special markdowns are available exclusively for AppleInsider readers. Save 500 to 1,000 instantly on 2018 15-inch MacBook Pros featuring 32GB of memory and at least 1TB of storage. In addition to the lowest prices ever, shoppers can take advantage of no interest financing or a sales tax refund, further adding to the savings.

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Portland becomes first US city to offer Apple Pay Express Transit integration

For the first time in the U.S., Apple iPhone and Apple Watch owners can use their devices‘ Express Transit functionality to board the Portland-Vancouver area‘s TriMet and C-Tran buses, MAX light rail trains and the Portland Streetcar.

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LG‘s 23.7-inch UltraFine 4K display goes on sale via Apple‘s online store

Apple has started to sell a 23.7-inch LG UltraFine display through its online storefront, a monitor replacing the now-discontinued 4K and 5K UltraFine displays that only surfaced on Monday via an Apple retail outlet with no fanfare.

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Ikea‘s Tradfri line is a good and inexpensive gateway to Apple‘s HomeKit system

As the worldwide furniture chain expands its HomeKit range, Ikea could be how Apple finally gets its system into the mainstream -- if the devices are good enough.

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Apple launches repair program for 2016 13-inch MacBook Pros with ‘stage light‘ problem

At last addressing a long-standing controversy, Apple has introduced a Backlight Service Program for the stage light problem affecting some 2016-model 13-inch MacBook Pros.

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Savant rolls out HomeKit support including circuit breaker control

Smarthome brand Savant on Tuesday announced Apple HomeKit support across multiple products, including its Circuit Breaker Companion Module, claimed to be the first-ever HomeKit product to control breakers.

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