Apple shares new ‘Shot on iPhone’ short film about teenage athlete in American Samoa

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Apple today has shared a new ‘Shot on iPhone‘ video on YouTube. This time, it’s a 3-minute video that showcases American Samoa, a U.S. territory located the south pacific ocean, and specifically focuses on Eddie Siaumau, a 17-year-old athlete on the island. The video was taken by photographer and director Steven Counts. Apple explains that American Samoa is far more…

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2019 Intel CPU plans point to Wi-Fi 6 and much faster integrated graphics in MacBooks

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Intel hasn’t yet revealed its 2019 CPU line-up, but it has disclosed the names of this year’s chips and given a few details about what we can expect from them. We can never know for sure when Apple will adopt a new generation of Intel CPU even when it is available, but we can make some educated guesses … Macworld’s Jason Cross…

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Apple releasing first iOS 12.1.3 developer beta today [U: now available]

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[Update: Now available (and labeled beta 2 after the initial iOS 12.1.2 beta cycle). The second macOS 10.14.3 and tvOS 12.1.2 betas are also out today. watchOS 5.1.3 beta 2 and public betas for iOS and tvOS are also available.] Apple is releasing the first iOS 12.1.3 developer beta later today, after releasing iOS 12.1.2 earlier this week following patent…

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What to expect for MacBook, iMac, and Mac mini at Apple’s October 30th event [Video]

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Next Tuesday, Apple executives and invited media venture to New York City for a rare east coast event for a major Apple product launch. The end of October event, which begins at 10 AM EDT, is expected to be where Apple reveals long-awaited new iPad Pros along with new Mac hardware. What we expect Along with the new Home button-free iPad…

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Apple registers three new desktop Macs in Eurasian database ahead of October 30 event

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The Eurasian database has turned up hit after hit recently. Once more, ahead of Apple’s October 30 event, the Eurasian Economic Competition database has listed filings for new Mac models running macOS 10.14. Four of these model identifiers relate to as-yet-unannounced machines. As spotted by Consomac, the A1932 laptop model was seen in an earlier filing. The three new Mac models likely…

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iOS 12 now installed on 70% of all devices, up 10 percent from October

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Apple has today released its numbers regarding total number of devices running iOS 12. As of early October, 60% of total devices were running iOS 12 while 63% of devices introduced in the last four years were running iOS 12. According to Apple’s latest data, those numbers are up roughly 10 points now. 72% of devices sold in the last four years…

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iOS 12 adoption crosses 75%, according to Mixpanel, beating iOS 11 upgrade rate

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iOS 12 adoption continues to steadily increase, outpacing iOS 11 by several weeks. Last year, Mixpanel recorded 75% share for iOS 11 on December 17th. iOS 12 reached the same milestone yesterday, or about three weeks faster. Mixpanel data comes from analytics frameworks inside apps and mobile websites, logging the OS version for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices it…

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Exploding iPhone X on upgrade to iOS 12.1 ‘definitely not expected behavior,’ says Apple

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Apple Support has responded to a report of an exploding iPhone X – occurring immediately after being upgraded to iOS 12.1 – by stating that this is ‘definitely not expected behavior’ … Apple offered its response on Twitter. That’s definitely not expected behavior. DM us, so we can look into this with you. Gadgets360 reached out to Rahel Mohamad, who filed the report. An iPhone X…

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Apple releasing iOS 12.1 tomorrow with Group FaceTime, new emoji, more

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iOS 12.1 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch will be available tomorrow as a free software update. The first significant update to iOS 12 brings a variety of features including Group FaceTime, dual SIM support, real time Depth Control for Portrait mode, new emoji, and more. iOS 12.1 is also expected to address the “beauty-gate” issue that affected the front-facing camera on iPhone XS and iPhone…

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Comment: 20 years later, the iMac still shows Apple’s design prowess

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Tim Cook yesterday tweeted in celebration of 20 years of iMac. 20 years ago today, Steve introduced the world to iMac. It set Apple on a new course and forever changed the way people look at computers. Even twenty years later, I still like the design of the original iMac. In fact, despite not being a desktop guy, I love all the various iterations…

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