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This 13 RavPower wireless charging stand will make up for your iPhone XS‘s lame 5W plug

The new iPhone XS and XS Max are shipping out tomorrow, but it‘s not all good news: They still ship with the same 5W charger that takes forever to fill up your phone. That‘s why you need a wireless charger, and today, RaVPower‘s Qi-certified wireless charger is an all-time low of 13Remove non-product link so go grab one before they‘re all gone.To read this article in full, please click here

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Get the latest 21.5-inch iMac for under 1,000

It‘s not often that we see a good deal on iMacs-by and large, the deals on the big Apple desktop products tend to focus on MacBooks. Today, though, the 2017 21-inch iMac is getting some love over at BHRemove non-product link, where it‘s available for 150 off. That‘s enough to bring the price to an agreeable 949, down from the usual price of 1,099.00.To read this article in full, please click here

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iOS 12.1 beta 1 is available for public beta testers

Just 24 hours after the public release of iOS 12, Apple has kicked out the first developer beta of iOS 12.1. It re-introduces Group FaceTime and includes a number of hints about new iPads that we may see this fall.Updated 09/20/18: iOS 12.1 beta 1 is now available for public beta testers.Developers can head developer.apple.com to download the beta or add the beta profile to their devices. Non-developers who want to be part of the public beta t

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What‘s that weird app folder doing in your iCloud storage?

There‘s nothing more disturbing than finding files on your hardware that come from an app you are sure you never installed.Macworld reader Kevin wrote in asking about a video-management app. It‘s an app he is positive he never installed on his iOS device, and he was shocked to find a folder in the iCloud Storage view in iOS (Settings account name iCloud Manage Storage).He noted that the information seemed quite personal, as it h

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RapidWeaver 8 review: Device simulator can‘t replace true WYSIWYG editing

Realmac Software‘s RapidWeaver is a WYSIWYG (‘what you see is what you get‘) website development application designed to do most of the heavy lifting for you. Its easy-to-modify templates make it a snap to create a modern, custom website designs though the comfort of a user interface that feels like one that came straight out of Cupertino.WYSIWYG web apps aren‘t as novel as they once were-online services like Wix offer

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The real winner: It‘s never Apple

Now that we‘ve had some time to digest Apple‘s announcements last week, The Macalope wonders who we can, in hindsight, determine to be the real winner.Writing for the Forbes contributor network and competitive fish slapping circuit, Ewan Spence finds ‘Three Reasons The Nokia 5.1 Can Beat The New iPhone XR.‘Sorry, The Macalope should have issued a spit take warning for that one. His bad.Yes, turns out, Nokia still makes

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AirTV DVR doesn‘t quite pick up Sling TV‘s slack

AirTV now offers subscription-free DVR for cord-cutters, though its Sling TV app integration still needs work.

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Take up to 300 off 2018 MacBook Pros at B&H and Best Buy

If you‘ve been holding out for a good price on the latest MacBook Pros, it‘s a good day to head over to BH. Today the retailer is offering the 2018 MacBook Pro models for 200 to 300 offRemove non-product link their retail price, which brings the starting price for a 13-inch model down to just 1,599Remove non-product link. If you want a 15-inch model, the prices start at 2,099Remove non-product link.To read this article in full, ple

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Our favorite iOS 12 features, iPhone XS ordering and reviews, and your comments and questions

iOS 12 is here, so let‘s talk about our favorite features. The first wave of iPhone XS reviews are out. We also respond to your comments and questions for Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, Roman Loyola, and Dan Masaoka in the Macworld Podcast, episode 622.Poll Bought a new iPhone? Which one? Here are the results ofour Twitter poll.To read this article in full, please click here

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Apple Watch Series 4 review roundup: A little more screen makes a big difference

Along with the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, Apple has another new device going on sale Friday: the Apple Watch Series 4. Like the new iPhones, the difference between it and the previous Series 3 models comes down to two main things: a larger screen and a heftier price tag. But based on early reviews, it‘s worth it.Dieter Bohn of The Verge found that while the new Apple Watch sizes ‘don‘t feel that much bigger on your wrist than the

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Get Chase Jarvis‘s Smartphone Photography Guide For Just 9

Nowadays, everyone with a smartphone has access to a good camera, so the only thing stopping you from creating great content is you. In fact, a skilled photographer can achieve far more with an iPhone X than an amateur with a high-end DSLR. Given this, it doesn‘t hurt to learn the basics of photography and videography; this 9 Quick Guide To Smartphone Photography Video contains tips and tricks on how to best utilize your iPhone X‘

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Best home weather station: Which one should be your personal meteorologist?

Home weather stations are getting more accurate and sophisticated all the time. Follow our buyer‘s guide to ensure you‘re not left in the cold or soaking wet.

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Best smart lock for a keyless home

Keys are yesterday‘s tech, your smart home needs a smart lock.

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Amazon Prime members can get the Fire 7 tablet with Alexa for just 35 today

Amazon‘s giving Prime members a sizable 15 discount on the entry-level Fire 7 tablet, making it just 35 today.

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Best soundbars to improve your TV‘s audio

Find the best soundbar for music and movies and that‘s the perfect fit for your budget.

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Our favorite high-performance portable SSD, Samsung‘s T5, is far cheaper than ever before

Today‘s a good day to turbocharge your local backup with one of our favorite external SSD drives. The 500GB Samsung T5 portable SSD is on sale for 100 at Amazontoday. This drive was sitting around 120 just a few weeks ago, and this is the lowest price we‘ve seen for it. The T5 is also close to 30 cheaper than the SanDisk external SSD sale we looked at last week.To read this article in full, please click here

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Quirkytoys Quirkywriter S Keyboard review: Great typing experience accompanied by whimsical features

When typing is a large part of how you make a living, the muscle memory you develop while typing with your keyboard can be hard to shake. Before reviewing a new keyboard, I like to take some time with it to ensure that my impressions of how it performs aren‘t colored by my personal preferences. Only after my typing is up to speed, which usually happens after a few weeks of using a keyboard, do I dig in.With that in mind, the Quirkywriter

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LifeShield Home Security Advantage review: The whole is considerably less than the sum of its parts

Setup headaches and operational flubs dampen our enthusiasm for this professionally monitored security system‘s minimal price tag.

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How to disable Optimized iCloud Drive storage with a single click

A big problem with iCloud Drive‘s Desktop and Documents Folders synchronization feature is that, by default, iCloud Drive automatically deletes local copies of files when you start running out of storage-by whatever definition of ‘running out of storage‘ macOS internally relies upon. The file still appears to be available, but it‘s in iCloud, and if you want to access it, macOS downloads it when you try to open or other

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Why the iPhone is more expensive than ever

In the aftermath of last week‘s Apple announcements, it‘s so easy to refer to the 749 iPhone XR as a low-price, bargain model, in contrast to the 999 iPhone Xs and the 1,099 iPhone Xs Max. But just three years ago, 749 was what Apple charged for the most expensive new iPhone in its product line, the iPhone 6s Plus.It‘s never been more expensive to walk into an Apple store and walk out with an iPhone. Changes in the way wirele

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How to use the augmented reality Measure app in iOS 12

With the introduction of ARKit in iOS 11, Apple put a stake in the ground in the mobile Augmented Reality race. Some of the best early AR apps used your phone to measure linear distances-a digital tape measure, if you will.With iOS 12, Apple is expanding it‘s Augmented Reality capabilities with ARKit 2, and has built-in a new utility app called Measure to show what Augmented Reality can do. It‘s a simple app that reliably measures

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Best smart speakers: Which delivers the best combination of digital assistant and audio performance?

With models based on Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and others to come, we‘ll help you find just the right model for you.

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Apple Watch Series 4 FAQ: All your questions about the new Apple Watch, answered

For the first time since its introductionin 2014, the Apple Watch has a new design-and this time it‘s a bit more substantial than sticking a red dot on the Digital Crown. For the watch‘s fourth generation, Apple has introduced a larger screen and a slightly bigger case, all while retaining the classic styling that made the Apple Watch a worldwide hit.But the beauty of the new Apple Watch‘s isn‘t merely skin deep. Apple

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iPad 2018 rumors: Face ID landscape support found in iOS 12.1 beta

When it comes to the tablet market, there‘s the iPad and there‘s everybody else. Apple dominates the market, especially in the premium price range. To hold on to its position, Apple has been kept things fresh with new models like the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and new technologies like Apple Pencil and ProMotion.But the fundamental design of the iPad hasn‘t changed much in years. That could all change in 2018, as Apple gives use the

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