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Everything That's Changed in the New iTunes 12.0

Everything That's Changed in the New iTunes 12.0

Apple just released the latest build of OS X Yosemite, including a brand new iTunes. It's only a little bit anti-climactic. Version 12.0 does indeed look a lot like Version 11.3, the version that's probably on your computer. But it's got some neat little treats nevertheless.

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iOS 8 Comes With a New App That Teaches You How to Use Your iPhone

iOS 8 Comes With a New App That Teaches You How to Use Your iPhone

The newest build of iOS 8 just hit developers, and it includes, TADA, a new Apple app called Tips, which will help new users navigate the basics of Apple's mobile OS.

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A MagSafe Charger for the iPhone Would Be Awesome

A MagSafe Charger for the iPhone Would Be Awesome

MagSafe is really wonderful tech, the MacBook's most underrated feature . Wouldn't it be great on the iPhone too? That's what the Kickstarter for a charger and battery pack called "Cabin" is shooting for. And even if it never actually happens, it's a nice fantasy.

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The Best Free and Cheap Apps in the App Store Sixth Anniversary Sale

The Best Free and Cheap Apps in the App Store Sixth Anniversary Sale

Apple has gotten in the wonderful little habit of discounting some of its most beloved App Store fare for its birthday, and this year is no different. In honor of the sixth anniversary of the App Store, Apple developers have kindly discounted a whole slew of gems for you. We've picked out the best of the bunch.

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China Says the iPhone Is a Security Threat

China Says the iPhone Is a Security Threat

China's (massively influential) state broadcaster has decided that the iPhone is a "national security concern" because of its location-tracking functionality.

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High Quality Images of the iPhone 6's Supposed Rear Shell

We've started seeing some leaks of iPhone 6 components recently , and now there are high quality images and video of what purports to be the rear casing of a forthcoming 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

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Why You've Never Heard of This Typeface That Defined the 1980s

Why You've Never Heard of This Typeface That Defined the 1980s

Apple, Trapper Keeper, and Reebok: Three of the most well-known brands of the 1980s, and three companies that used the same futuristic-looking typeface to do it. So why isn't the typeface a classic like other period pieces *cough*Helvetica*cough*? Fate is a funny thing.

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Apple's Secret Ebay Store Is Back With Cheap Refurbished iPhones

Apple's Secret Ebay Store Is Back With Cheap Refurbished iPhones

Just like the odd eBay storefront that popped up last year , a new site called Factory Outlet eBay Store is selling refurbished Apple products and, despite the lack of any official Apple branding, is almost definitely the result of a partnership between Apple and eBay. And it's selling Apple Certified Refurbished iPhones for cheap.

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Apple Patent Describes How to Create Seamless All-Glass Devices

Apple Patent Describes How to Create Seamless All-Glass Devices

Imagine a phone or tablet encased in one solid, seamless, curved slab of glass: hell to repair, but heaven, surely, in the hand. Well, a new patent obtained by Apple describes how it might manufacture such a thing, if it were ever to choose to.

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Apple has added on-device step counting to its iOS 8 beta's Health app--though it almost certainly u

Apple has added on-device step counting to its iOS 8 beta's Health app—though it almost certainly uses the M7 motion tracking hardware of the iPhone 5S to work.

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Inspecting Yosemite's Icons

Inspecting Yosemite's Icons

Last month Apple released a preview of their new operating system, OS X Yosemite. Following the visual refresh in iOS 7, Yosemite features a significant visual change. Apple has added the familiar blur and translucent materials, a cleaner looking user interface, a new system font and updated icons.

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Facebook Messenger Finally Comes to the iPad

Facebook Messenger Finally Comes to the iPad

It's taken its time getting it out to us, but Facebook has finally pulled its socks up and pushed out a universal build of its Messenger app for iOS devices—letting iPad users chat and send silly stickers to their pals just like they can on an iPhone.

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6 Early iPhone Mockups That Were Dead Wrong

6 Early iPhone Mockups That Were Dead Wrong

It's Apple rumor season—really, when is it not?—and that means it's also the season of mockups. But the next time you see an appealing iWatch mockup, keep in mind how deeply, deeply wrong most of us have been at guessing what the future of Apple might look like.

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It Would Be Amazing if This iWatch Concept Was Real

It Would Be Amazing if This iWatch Concept Was Real

The iPhone 6 is said to be bigger than its forebears, and, if the latest rumours are to be believed, the iWatch won't exactly be petite either, with a screen said to measure 2.5-inches diagonally. Armed with that snippet of possible information ,SET Solution has put together a (fairly) plausible-looking iPhone concept.

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Why Your iPhone Needs a "Good Samaritan" Button

Why Your iPhone Needs a

Smartphones have become a necessary appendage in our digital lives. They're our cameras, GPS navigation, alarm clocks, wallets, personal assistants, trainers, and favorite time killers. But if someone suddenly finds themselves without one, a cloud of worry and confusion overtakes them. "How do I check my email?" "Is it going to rain?" "That would have been a perfect Instagram shot!" "What do I pretend to look at if I want to avoid an awkward situation?" Essentially, when we lose our phones, we are lost.

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Why Apple Won't Miss Aperture, and Neither Should You

Why Apple Won't Miss Aperture, and Neither Should You

Aperture, Apple's pro software for cataloging and editing photos, is being put out to pasture . The move is indicative of what many see as the company's continuing drift away from robust, capable software. But there probably won't be many tears shed for good ol' Aperture, which always seemed to be running an uphill battle.

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Apple Is Killing Aperture, Its Once Great Photo Editing Software

Apple Is Killing Aperture, Its Once Great Photo Editing Software

Aperture long ago lost to Adobe Lightroom, and today, The Loop is reporting that Apple is ceasing development of its professional photo editing suite, and putting it out to pasture. Say goodbye to that familiar 50mm lens icon.

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The Race to Save Your Car's Dashboard

The Race to Save Your Car's Dashboard

Earlier this week, Google showed off Android Auto , a dashboard navigation and entertainment system powered by an Android smartphone . It's almost identical in concept to competing designs from Apple and Microsoft. For perhaps the first time, these companies have a unified vision for the future of in-car electronics. And that's the best news car buyers have heard in years.

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Walmart is to sell the 16GB iPhone 5c for $30 and the 16GB iPhone 5s for $100, both with a two-year

Walmart is to sell the 16GB iPhone 5c for $30 and the 16GB iPhone 5s for $100, both with a two-year contract, from 9am today, local time.[Engadget]

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The Long-Neglected 16GB iPod Touch Gets a Camera And a Price Cut

The Long-Neglected 16GB iPod Touch Gets a Camera And a Price Cut

While it might surprise some that the iPod touch is still trundling along, the entire lineup has gotten a significant price cut today—and the lowest-end version picked up a fancy new camera and a color spectrum.

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​I've Seen The Dashboard Of The Future And It's Fantastic

​I've Seen The Dashboard Of The Future And It's Fantastic

We all want different things from our infotainment systems. But there's been one resounding request from almost everyone: make our smartphones play nice with our dashboard, no matter what device we use. Well, it's here. It's awesome. And, per usual, automakers are stalling.

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ABC News Hits Apple TV With Live Streams and Exclusive Content

ABC News Hits Apple TV With Live Streams and Exclusive Content

Today, ABC News is getting a standalone app for Apple TV. All of the content will be free to everybody.

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WSJ: Apple's Smartwatch Will Come in Different Sizes, Pack 10 Sensors

WSJ: Apple's Smartwatch Will Come in Different Sizes, Pack 10 Sensors

Hot on the heels of a Reuters report yesterday , the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is planning to launch a smart watch that will be available in multiple screen sizes.

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This Flyover Shows What Apple's New HQ Will Look Like From the Air

This Flyover Shows What Apple's New HQ Will Look Like From the Air

We have a pretty good idea of what Apple's forthcoming headquarters might look like, thanks to all the glimmering renderings . But the 3D visualization company Technology Integration Services Inc. just published a video of what the office will look like as you're flying over it—and it's even cooler in motion.

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Apple TV Could Finally Unlock Its Full Potential This Year

Apple TV Could Finally Unlock Its Full Potential This Year

The Apple TV hasn't evolved much over the last couple of years. Sure, it's gotten a handful of new apps, but the format—locked down, bland—has stayed the same since its 2010 redesign. But while Apple didn't talk about its set-top box much at its developer conference this month, it showed that it finally has the pieces in place to turn Apple TV into a living room behemoth.

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