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March 24, 2019
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Tips: How to check on and cancel software and service subscriptions on your iPhone or iPad

It’s very easy to add another cheap subscription if you’re want to try out an app or a video service. Before you know it, though, you’re paying out a lot of money every month. Here’s how to find out what you’ve subscribed to, through the App Store and what you can do about it.
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March 23, 2019
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Get Intego’s Mac Internet Security X9 bundle w/ parental controls for 35% off

For a limited time 9to5Mac readers can get the new Intego Mac Internet Security X9 premium bundle for over 35% off at the link below: Intego Mac Internet Security X9 premium bundle for $ 59 (Reg. $ 84). Or get a free trial.  Designed for and by Mac users, the Intego security bundles includes a comprehensive […] Continue Reading…

March 23, 2019
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Jony Ive talks AirPods design history with GQ following second-gen debut this week

Fashion-focused GQ snagged an interview with Apple’s legendary designer Jony Ive to celebrate the launch of Apple’s second-gen AirPods this week. The piece starts off tackling one major issue head-on: AirPods looked a little ridiculous to everyone before they became a cultural lightning bolt. more… The post Jony Ive talks AirPods design history with GQ following second-gen […] Continue Reading…

March 22, 2019
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Apple details process for converting legacy media format in pro video apps before macOS 10.15 update

Apple yesterday updated Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor for macOS with new features to detect media files that may be unsupported on future versions of macOS. Today, Apple has updated a support document with additional details about incompatible media files for Final Cut Pro X and Motion projects. more… The post Apple details process for converting […] Continue Reading…

March 22, 2019
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Twitter testing support for sharing and viewing Live Photos on iOS

Apple first introduced Live Photos alongside the iPhone 6S in 2015. Since then, however, the popularity of the feature has been affected by a lack of support on the majority of social networks. At long last, however, Twitter appears to be testing support for viewing Live Photos. more… The post Twitter testing support for sharing and viewing […] Continue Reading…

March 22, 2019
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Apple reaches deal with Vox for upcoming Apple News subscription service, report says

Bloomberg reports this evening that Apple has signed another publisher to its upcoming premium Apple News subscription service. According to the report, Apple has inked a deal with Vox to be a part of the service. more… The post Apple reaches deal with Vox for upcoming Apple News subscription service, report says appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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March 21, 2019
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Apple releases Final Cut Pro 10.4.6 with stability and bug fixes

Apple has issued a stability and bug fix update for Final Cut Pro X. Version 10.4.6, now available via the Mac App Store, focuses primarily on boosting the reliability of Apple’s flagship NLE. more… The post Apple releases Final Cut Pro 10.4.6 with stability and bug fixes appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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March 21, 2019
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The Wall Street Journal reportedly joins Apple News service, NYT and Washington Post decline

According to a report on Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal plans to join Apple’s widely rumored for-pay news service, one of only a handful of top-tier publications thought to be participating in the initiative.
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March 20, 2019
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Apple says macOS developers can now release app updates in phases through the Mac App Store

Alongside iOS 11, Apple introduced the ability for developers to release app updates in phases. Now, Apple has expanded that feature to the Mac App Store, announcing in a blog post today that developers can release updates over a 7-day period. more… The post Apple says macOS developers can now release app updates in phases through the […] Continue Reading…

March 20, 2019
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Comment: When will Apple redesign the iMac?

After two years, Apple today quietly updated its iMac and iMac Pro line with a handful of under-the-hood improvements. On the outside, however, the iMac still looks exactly the same, featuring large bezels and an even larger chin along the bottom. This means it’s now been seven years since the last iMac redesign. When might Apple overhaul the […] Continue Reading…

March 19, 2019
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Apple has sports ambitions, but not interested in streaming games

Apple appears to be making moves to try and change how people watch sports, as a report into how a small team working on the sports section of the Apple TV app and Apple TV interface operates indicates the iPhone maker may be lining up to disrupt another industry, though not by streaming sports
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March 19, 2019
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Apple stops signing iOS 12.1.3 following last month’s release of iOS 12.1.4

Apple today has stopped signing iOS 12.1.3, which means it is no longer possible to downgrade from iOS 12.1.4. iOS 12.1.4 was released last month to resolve the FaceTime eavesdropping bug. more… The post Apple stops signing iOS 12.1.3 following last month’s release of iOS 12.1.4 appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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March 19, 2019
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Netflix says it won’t be a part of Apple’s upgraded TV app, analysts still skeptical of Apple’s plans

We’re just a week away from the expected announcement of Apple’s streaming video service. While details are still sparse, a report earlier today listed five TV shows that have already wrapped shooting. Despite the looming unveil, however, analysts remain skeptical of the effects Apple’s video service will have on its long-term business. Meanwhile, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings today […] Continue Reading…

March 18, 2019
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iPhone XS Max finally loses a speed test to a Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S10+

Over the last four years, iPhone has consistently beaten out Samsung’s flagship smartphones in speeds tests. Now, YouTuber PhoneBuff has put the new Galaxy S10+ up against the iPhone XS Max and it has finally lost its speed test crown. more… The post iPhone XS Max finally loses a speed test to a Samsung flagship, the Galaxy […] Continue Reading…