Apple software manager talks enterprise changes in iOS 13 and more in podcast interview

In the latest episode of the Mac Admins Podcast, Jeremy Butcher, Apple’s product marketing manager for enterprise and education software goes in-depth on the new and important changes coming with iOS 13 and macOS Catalina from an enterprise perspective. more… The post Apple software manager talks enterprise changes in iOS 13 and more in podcast […]

Apple publishes new support document outlining iTunes changes in macOS Catalina

We’ve gradually been learning more about Apple’s plans to transition away from iTunes on the Mac in favor of new standalone Music, Podcasts, and TV applications. This afternoon, Apple published a full support document detailing what happens to iTunes when macOS Catalina is released to the public this fall. more… The post Apple publishes new […]

Chrome 73 for desktops rolling out w/ Mac Dark Mode support, upcoming settings changes

The latest release of Google Chrome is rolling out today for Mac, Windows, and Linux. On desktops, Chrome 73 introduces a handful of changes related to syncing and account sign-in, as well as developer support for hardware media keys and Auto Picture-in-Picture. However, the most significant user-facing addition is a Dark Mode for macOS. more… The post Chrome 73 […]

Twitter opening beta testing program as it prepares ‘big changes’ to conversations

Twitter is launching a beta program where users will be able to test upcoming features ahead of their public release. At first, the beta program will allow users to test features such as speech bubbles, indenting, and more. Going forward, other features will also come to the beta program first. more… The post Twitter opening […]

What features and changes do you want Apple to focus on with the 2019 iPhones? [Poll]

Yesterday, an analyst report from Nomura predicted that Apple’s 2019 iPhones will not feature any physical changes. This comes as the iPhone X design was introduced in 2017 and made its way to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Do you think this is the right move on Apple’s part? What do […]

Flickr clarifies recently announced changes, says images from institutional accounts won’t be deleted

Last week, Flickr announced that it will be making some big changes to its consumer plans, which include dropping its free tier with 1TB of storage down to allowing just 1,000 photos. Now, Flickr is out today to clarify what the changes mean for institutions and organizations. more… The post Flickr clarifies recently announced changes, […]

B&H is set to collect sales tax in 20 more states, grab Apple deals before the changes take effect

On the heels of June’s Supreme Court ruling allowing states to collect sales tax on online purchases from out-of-state sellers that do not have a physical presence in the state, B&H Photo, an Apple authorized reseller, will begin collecting sales tax in 15 additional states starting the week of Oct. 8. AppleInsider – Frontpage News