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Sunday, August 18, 2019

The Apple Card is currently available to those who have received a preview invite, but a full launch is expected to happen by the end of August. Apple’s new credit card is mostly digital, with incentives for using the Apple Pay version of the card to make payments.

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We know that an official, system-wide dark mode is coming to the iPhone and iPad with the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS, likely next month. Dark mode not only looks good, but it’s also easier on your eyes and it can save battery life, according to Google.

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Friday, August 16, 2019

San Francisco looks different through an iPhone XS Max — it’s still a city, but now there are floating balls of fabric, speech bubbles, and words popping out from the trees and buildings. For more than two hours on Sunday, I ambled through the streets of San Francisco, taking in several art pieces scattered around the city by Apple.

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San Francisco looks different through an iPhone XS Max — it’s still a city, but now there are floating balls of fabric, speech bubbles, and words popping out from the trees and buildings. For more than two hours on Sunday, I ambled through the streets of San Francisco, taking in several art pieces scattered around the city by Apple.

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This week the folks at Google responsible for the newest magical features in Google Maps expand availability of Live View. This is an augmented reality feature that, until now, was only available for testing by Google insiders, Local Guides, and the Pixel community.

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You’ve probably never heard of the Koogeek Bluetooth Lock before, but you won’t soon forget it when you see all of the awesome features it touts. Forget keys and combinations because this nifty padlock opens with the touch of a finger… literally.

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One of the more interesting announcements to come out of this year’s CES wasn’t a new product at all, it was an upcoming update to an old one. Budget device maker TP-Link announced that it would be updating its popular Wi-Fi Plug Mini with HomeKit support so it could be controlled by Siri.

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With healthier living in mind, we purchase kid-friendly versions for our children and step-counting options for grandparents. Apple Watches, Fitbits and other fitness-trackers are everywhere, with data-obsessed users tapping away at tiny screens from the gym to the doctor’s office.

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

Apple expanded the scope of its bug bounty, increased payouts, and promised special devices to a select group of researchers. For jailbreakers and hackers, there’s never been a better time to pwn the iPhone

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Zombie apps are really annoying for all the iPhone owners out there. (We’re hoping the iPhone 11 has this zombie problem figured out.) It happens when you delete an app, only to restore your latest backup or connect your iPhone to iTunes, and lo and behold, the app pops back on your home screen. What is going on?

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We took a look into our crystal ball and compared Apple’s future iPhone to Samsung’s Note 10. The new Galaxy Note 10 phones may be about to leave the iPhone 11 in the dust.

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Last year, Motherboard took a closer look at the counterfeit phone market with the help of Trail of Bits, a security research and consulting firm in New York City. We noted that while you can buy a counterfeit iPhone X for $100, you’re obviously getting a pretty janky (Android-based) facsimile filled with bugs, broken features, and empty promises.

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Remember when the iPhone was first released, 12 years ago? We gazed into its sleek, glass surface. We watched the screen adjust as we rotated the phone in our hands. In an instant, the Blackberry looked quaint and old-fashioned. The smartphone era had arrived, and there was no turning back.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Android devices that support ARCore or iPhones that include ARKit support will be able to access Google Maps Live View in beta this week. This is how you can test out Live View:

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to work with ARKit, the new Framework from Apple that allows us to easily create Augmented Reality experiences in our iOS apps. The first thing to know about ARKit is that it can be used in three major ways:

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Imagine your imagination. Imagine being able to build the items that you see in your mind’s eye in 3D space, using gestures and a pen. Then imagine being able to bring those creations into the real world with a 3D printer.

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We iOS Developers are a lucky bunch – apart from the usual holidays in December, we enjoy a special Christmas every June – thanks to the World Wide Developers Conference organized by Apple. 2017 was no exception either. So when Apple unwrapped the boxes for us – out came the new HomePod Speaker, the new beast called iMac Pro, Mac OSX High Sierra – everything was awesome!

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According to a new survey, Apple’s HomePod and Apple Watch are in high demand among consumers. In a survey conducted by Raymond James analysts, out of the 500 people surveyed, 14 percent had full intentions to buy the HomePod when it’s released later this year.

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With a ton of weird samples, loops and oscillators, SynthScaper seems pretty full-featured.

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Apple released the third developer beta of iOS 11 yesterday, and we noticed a curious addition to the new screen capture functionality: There’s now a “Start Broadcast” button, possibly intended for sharing your screen during a livestream.

I say “possibly” because it doesn’t really do anything right now. If you tap on the button, it does exactly the same as pressing the screen recording button. It just saves a video file onto your camera roll.

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