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iPad Black Friday Deals Are Live

iPad Black Friday Deals Are Live

It's time to save on that iPad you've been waiting for, and you've got options.

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A Sneak Peek at 2015's Smartest Smart Cars

A Sneak Peek at 2015's Smartest Smart Cars

Here's the driver's dream: A vehicle that sends us where we want to go, plays the music we want to hear, and allows us to communicate (within reason) with the outside world, all with minimal distraction. It's the vision of the connected car, and it's a promise many automakers hope to deliver for 2015.

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Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Biopic Is Back and Michael Fassbender Is Jobs

Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Biopic Is Back and Michael Fassbender Is Jobs

Just last week, Sony abandoned the Steve Jobs film that we've been waiting (and waiting) for . Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal has picked up the project. There's also a new actor connected to the lead role, Michael Fassbender.

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Apple Gets Serious About Virtual Reality With a New Job Posting

Apple Gets Serious About Virtual Reality With a New Job Posting

It's not exactly a secret that Apple is interested in augmented and virtual reality, as ambitious patent filings like the one above from last year would show. But where patent ideas are much more likely to die on the vine than anything else, a new Apple job listing provides more solid evidence of the company's VR ambitions.

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Apple is launching a set of 25 apps created by names--like Angry Birds, FarmVille and djay--to raise

Apple is launching a set of 25 apps created by names—like Angry Birds, FarmVille and djay—to raise funds for (RED) and World AIDS day on December 1st. You can buy them now.

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5 New Details That Show How Apple Wants Us To Use Its Watch

5 New Details That Show How Apple Wants Us To Use Its Watch

This week the Apple Watch made a big step towards reality, with the release of WatchKit for developers of watch apps. Hidden within a fairly mundane document are plenty of glimpses at how Apple envisions smartwatches fitting in with our lives.

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The Defective Tech That Killed the iPhone's Sapphire Screens

Why App Store Apps Now Say "Get" Instead of "Free"

Why App Store Apps Now Say

Peruse the digital wares of the OSX or iOS stores, and you might notice a peculiar change: All of the apps previously labeled as "free" now say "get." It's a pretty small change that has no real impact on us users. "Get" apps are still free, and the apps themselves haven't changed either. "Get" is just a more accurate description of your digital transaction.

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Report: Apple Will Bundle Beats Music Into iOS Next Year

Report: Apple Will Bundle Beats Music Into iOS Next Year

The Financial Times reports that Apple will bundle the Beats Music subscription service into a forthcoming version of iOS. Though it's not clear what form this bundling will take, it gels with some reports we've heard before, as well as with common sense.

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Say Hello to San Francisco, the Font Apple Designed For Its Watch

Say Hello to San Francisco, the Font Apple Designed For Its Watch

We've known for a while that the Apple Watch has a brand-new custom font designed by Apple, but now it has a name: San Francisco.

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Apple Wants to Kill the Only Useful iOS Widget

Apple Wants to Kill the Only Useful iOS Widget

A couple weeks ago, we were pleased to see the launch of Neato, a handy note-taking widget for iOS 8 that's actually useful . Now, Apple has decided that Neato no longer fits within its App Store guidelines—despite the fact that it had been already been approved. Now Neato must become useless, or die.

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iOS 8.1.1 is here, and while it's a pretty minor update, Apple says it should increase performance f

iOS 8.1.1 is here, and while it's a pretty minor update, Apple says it should increase performance for the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4S, two of the oldest devices that make the leap to iOS 8. Go grab it now, especially if you have some more elderly devices.

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Spotify Might Be Getting Podcasts

Spotify Might Be Getting Podcasts

Today in rumors we hope are true, Spotify might be getting podcasts. This could be a great thing to loosen Apple's stranglehold on the medium.

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Apple's Superstar Designer Marc Newson Redesigned This Classic Shotgun

Apple's Superstar Designer Marc Newson Redesigned This Classic Shotgun

The design world hyperventilated when it was announced that Marc Newson would be going to work with his best bud Jony Ive at Apple . But that doesn't mean all of his work will be done inside the spaceship, and now Newson has revealed another project: Redesigning one of the most iconic firearms in history.

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Apple Says So-Called Security Flaw Isn't Actually a Security Flaw

Apple Says So-Called Security Flaw Isn't Actually a Security Flaw

Earlier this week, the internet was up in arms about a new iOS vulnerability, dubbed 'Masque Attack', that was discovered by security firm FireEye. Apple have released a statement to iMore pointing out that Masque Attack isn't really a flaw at all, and that it's 'not aware' of anyone who's actually been affected by the attack.

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​I Wish This iPhone Flash Drive Worked Better

​I Wish This iPhone Flash Drive Worked Better

I have no idea why Apple still sells iPhones and iPads that have only 16GB of storage. But wouldn't it be great if you could just plug in a flash drive that added more? The SanDisk iXpand wants to be that drive. Sadly, it's not.

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Apple Must Face a Lawsuit Over Disappearing iMessages After All

Apple Must Face a Lawsuit Over Disappearing iMessages After All

When Adrienne Moore switched from an iPhone 4 to a Samsung Galaxy S5, her messages from Apple users started going missing. This isn't unusual; iMessage purgatory became such an issue that Apple recently released a quiet fix . But Apple wasn't quick enough: A judge decided this week that Apple must face Moore's lawsuit.

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Apple's Setting Up Shop in the UK to Make Maps

Apple's Setting Up Shop in the UK to Make Maps

I'm sure there are some benefits in being based in Cupertino, California. But in an effort to build its international presence beyond its home base, Apple is looking to establish a new research and development centre in Cambridge, England. .

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Ben Heck Shows You How To Build an Apple-1 Replica From Scratch

Few of us have the $905,000 needed to purchase one of the remaining original Apple-1 computers that *Steve Wozniak built in Steve Jobs' garage, but modder-extraordinaire Ben Heck has the next best thing: a new three-part series of tutorial videos showing you how to build a fully-functional Apple-1 replica from scratch.

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Yosemite Maimed My Older MacBook. How's It Working For You?

Yosemite Maimed My Older MacBook. How's It Working For You?

My 15-inch MacBook Pro is the most expensive thing I own. I've used it every day, often for well over eight hours, since January 2011, except the two weeks I went to Ecuador last summer when I left it at home (and felt moderate to severe separation anxiety). I love this thing as much as a human can love a laptop. And it does not love OS X Yosemite.

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Apple Finally Has a Tool to Escape From iMessage Purgatory

Apple Finally Has a Tool to Escape From iMessage Purgatory

If you've ever switched from an iPhone to absolutely any other phone at all , you know that getting your texts out of the infuriating black hole of dead iMessage numbers can be hell. At long last, Apple's heard our prayers (and hours upon hours of customer service calls) and released an online tool that makes the whole process as simple as it should have been all along.

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The First Beats Headphones Under Apple Might Just Be Wireless Solo2s

The First Beats Headphones Under Apple Might Just Be Wireless Solo2s

According to a FCC filing uncovered by 9to5Mac, we'll soon be getting our eyes on the first Beats headphones produced under new ownership. Those hoping for a new product line will be a little disappointed: it looks like business as usual for Dr Dre, with a wireless version of the Solo2s.

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Broke Ex-Apple Sapphire Supplier Says Apple Pulled a Bait-and-Switch

Broke Ex-Apple Sapphire Supplier Says Apple Pulled a Bait-and-Switch

When Apple and GT Technologies first struck a deal for GT to produce sapphire for Apple's products, GT announced the deal with excitement. Now that GT has filed for bankruptcy, the company is painting the deal in very a different light. GT COO David Squiller condemned Apple for pulling a "bait and switch" resulting in "an onerous and massively one-sided deal."

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You Can't Buy Fitbit at the Apple Store Anymore

You Can't Buy Fitbit at the Apple Store Anymore

The rumors were true : Apple just stopped selling Fitbit products in its online store. Apple hasn't revealed why the decision was made, but considering Fitbit's vocal stance against integrating with HealthKit , it looks Apple may not want to distribute a direct competitor to its upcoming Apple Watch .

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New Malware Infects Macs and Then iPhones via USB

New Malware Infects Macs and Then iPhones via USB

A team of security researchers has discovered a new malware campaign called WireLurker that targets Apple's desktop and mobile devices. Currently aimed at Chinese users, the team says it's "the biggest in scale we have ever seen."

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