Apple TV+ saw its most-watched weekend since â€ŒApple TV+â€Œ launched, according to information company insiders shared with Variety. With the release of Justin Timberlake movie “Palmer” on Friday, â€ŒApple TV+â€Œ saw a 33 percent increase over average viewer numbers. New seasons of M. Night Shyamalan show “Servant” contributed, as did “Dickinson” based on the life […]
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Apple officially released iCloud Passwords for Windows, which allows Google Chrome users to sync passwords with their Macs, iPhones, and iPads. As of February 2, however, Apple appears to have pulled the update to iCloud that is required to use this extension.
Following the news that Apple would shortly be updating iCloud for Windows, the […]
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Apple to End Dongle Headache With New MacBook Pro Apple is looking to address the MacBook Pro’s reliance on dongles and adapters by adding more ports to the 2021 MacBook Pro models, according to recent reports.
Previous MacBook Pros included standard USB 3 ports, HDMI, and an SD card reader, and older models even included ethernet […]
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Just like it does with its iPhones, Apple has been looking for a partner to help manufacture the infamous-before-it-exists Apple Car. Hyundai is currently in the lead for that potentially lucrative partnership, but the latest reports suggest that a Kia facility in Georgia would be picking up the Apple Car.Â There could be a reason […]
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Apple today published new App Store guideline updates for developers, tweaking many existing guidelines and adding a new rule pertaining to the App Tracking Transparency requirement in iOS 14.5. The new 5.1.2(i) rule related to App Tracking Transparency requires developers to ask for explicit permission before tracking user activity, something that Apple has been planning […]
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Credit: Microsoft Microsoft outlined on February 1 a number of new features coming to its Office mobile apps on iOS and Android in the coming weeks and months. It will be delivering some of its promisedÂ “conversational AI” technology in Cortana starting with iOS; new ways for users to create short videos using Microsoft Lens; and […]
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You probably donâ€™t need someone to tell you that magnets and life-saving medical devices donâ€™t mix, but Apple wants to make that patently clear. MacRumors has learned that Apple recently updated a support document to warn against keeping the iPhone 12 and MagSafe accessories too close to pacemakers, defibrillators and other implants that might respond […]
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Noted TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo weighed in on “Apple Car” on Monday, saying Apple will work in close cooperation with Hyundai on an initial model that could lead to new vehicles built in association with General Motors and European manufacturer PSA.
In a note to investors, Kuo corroborated recent reports of a potential partnership […]
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Apple’s Beats Flex don’t just work with iPhones. David Carnoy/CNET Apple’s Beats Flex is basically a 2.0 version of the popular BeatsX, but for half the price. And now it’s even less: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Amazon has the Beats Flex wireless earphones for $40 — the lowest price to date. […]
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Share Tweet Share Share Share Email Beneath a banner proclaiming â€œZero Crashes, Zero Emissions, Zero Congestion,â€� General Motorsâ€™ CEO Mary Barra announced her companyâ€™s plan to produce 100 percent electric vehicles by 2035, the most sweeping overhaul of any major global automaker in the history of the industry. While the wisdom and strategy can be […]
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