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Griffin takes the wraps off of new lightning cables with reversible USB

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Griffin takes the wraps off of new lightning cables with reversible USB

Third-party accessory maker Griffin has launched a new set of "premium" lightning cables featuring a reversible USB port.

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How to transfer a call, message, or email from Apple Watch to iPhone

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How to transfer a call, message, or email from Apple Watch to iPhone

Need a more substantial device to carry on your conversation than your Apple Watch? Use Handoff to switch to your iPhone!

The Apple Watch is great for quick responses, but if you find yourself needing to chat in a lengthier fashion, your iPhone is here at the rescue. Whether you're talking on the phone, via Messages, or via email, here's how to quickly switch from your Apple Watch to your iPhone.

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Apple Store app picks up Postmates support for same-day delivery in select cities

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Apple Store app picks up Postmates support for same-day delivery in select cities

Apple has partnered with courier service Postmates, offering same-day delivery on select items. It appears that for the moment, the new service may only be available in a select number of cities in which Postmates operates

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How to quickly respond to messages on Apple Watch

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How to quickly respond to messages on Apple Watch

Apple Watch buzzing with text messages? Responding to important ones is quick and easy.

I love using the Apple Watch for text messaging: It lets me rapidly scan new messages and triage what's important without needing a digital or physical keyboard. In just a few taps my response is on its way and it's one less thing I have to worry about later.

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CarPlay hitting the road in 14 Chevy models later this year

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CarPlay hitting the road in 14 Chevy models later this year

GM CEO Marry Barra has announced that 14 of Chevy's new 2016 vehicles will come equipped with CarPlay when they roll out later this year.

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3 hours ago

Facebook Messenger expands its direct payment feature, rolls out in New York City

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Facebook Messenger expands its direct payment feature, rolls out in New York City

The Facebook Messenger app has added some more options for users who can access its direct payments features, along with rolling out payment support to the New York City metro area.

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3 hours ago

Native Apple Watch are apps coming this fall, with a developer preview at WWDC

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Native Apple Watch are apps coming this fall, with a developer preview at WWDC

Apple SVP of Operations Jeff Williams has revealed that native apps for the Apple Watch are coming in the fall. He also said that developers will get a preview of this feature at WWDC 2015.

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Get the WWDC 2015 schedule right on your wrist

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Get the WWDC 2015 schedule right on your wrist

Apple has updated its app for WWDC for the Apple Watch. You can view sessions, labs, and your favorites of each right on your wrist.

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3 hours ago

iMore show 459 live! Join us now!

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iMore show 459 live! Join us now!

It's that time of the week again, folks, so join the iMore team for all the news, views, and reviews for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and more!

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3 hours ago

CBS will 'probably' be part of Apple's TV service, according to CEO

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CBS will 'probably' be part of Apple's TV service, according to CEO

CBS CEO Les Moonves stated today that his network will 'probably' be a part of Apple's still unconfirmed TV service. Moonves said that CEO is "very excited" about the service, which may launch this fall

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4 hours ago

Apple said to be taking on Google Now with upcoming service codenamed 'Proactive'

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Apple said to be taking on Google Now with upcoming service codenamed 'Proactive'

According to new reports, Apple has been working on a service which is codenamed 'Proactive', which would tie Siri, Contacts, Calendar, Passbook, and third-party apps together for deeper search results. The feature is said to make its debut in iOS9.

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Latest 10.10.4 beta excises troublesome discoveryd code, but why?

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Latest 10.10.4 beta excises troublesome discoveryd code, but why?

Latest 10.10.4 beta excises troublesome discoveryd code, but why?

Apple has rolled back networking code in the latest Yosemite beta to technology used since Jaguar.

On Tuesday Apple released a new beta version of OS X Yosemite. The new 10.10.4 release, build 14E26a, went into the hands of developers and Mac users who are signed up for Apple's AppleSeed public testing program. And it makes an important change to OS X's underlying network technology that may yield improvements for those of us who have been suffering a host of problems for the past several months.

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5 hours ago

How to fix iOS 8 Unicode Messages crash bug

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How to fix iOS 8 unicode Messages crash bug

How to fix iOS 8 Unicode Messages crash bug

Here's what you need to know about preventing and recovering from the iOS 8 Unicode crash bug.

While Apple is working on a fix for the bug that causes Messages and notifications to crash iOS 8, there are several things you can do right now to help prevent your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch from being affected, and to try to recover if you've already been affected.

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Google will soon show you apps related to your searches

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Google will soon show you apps related to your searches

Google is rolling out its app indexing to applications for iPhone and iPad. This will allow users to open specific app content from search results in the Google Search app and Chrome.

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5 hours ago

Why we're still talking (and writing) about the Apple Watch

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Why we're still talking (and writing) about the Apple Watch

I can't help but keep coming back to the Watch: There are problems to solve, challenges to face. Why not write about them?

I've seen a number of complaints lately while browsing Twitter — and even iMore's own forums — about the sheer volume of Apple Watch coverage undertaken by this site and others. Though we've done these kinds of massive rollouts before for the iPad, and the iPhone before it, only a few million people have a Watch in their hands right now. Others have little to any desire to try one on, let alone own one.

So why do we keep talking and writing about this tiny auxiliary device when so few have it in their possession? Why is it so interesting?

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