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MacPaw releases DevMate to help you build and distribute your Mac app

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MacPaw releases DevMate to help you build and distribute your Mac app

Mac developer MacPaw has released DevMate, their new platform to help developers build and distribute their apps for OS X outside the Mac App Store.

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Should OS X 10.11 be Apple's last Mac operating system?

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Should OS X 10.11 be Apple's last Mac operating system?

Should OS X 10.11 be Apple's last Mac operating system?

Microsoft says Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows. Should OS X 10.11 be the last version of OS X?

Microsoft's Jerry Nixon raised eyebrows at the company's Ignite conference recently. He said that Windows 10 "is the last version of Windows.". Microsoft may be on to something, and I'm wondering how well it would work for the Mac when it comes to OS X 10.11.

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Cortana is coming to the iPhone, but it won't have all of its Windows Phone features

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Cortana is coming to the iPhone, but it won't have all of its Windows Phone features

Microsoft will bring its Cortana digital assistant to the iPhone later this summer as a companion app for Windows 10, but it won't have all of the functions that it currently has on Windows Phone devices.

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1 hour ago

What to do when iTunes won't recognize your iPhone or iPad

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What to do when iTunes won't recognize your iPhone or iPad

What to do when iTunes won't recognize your iPhone or iPad

Having trouble getting iTunes to recognize your iPhone or iPad?

While there are are fewer reasons than ever to plug your iPhone or iPad into iTunes on your computer as time goes on, when you do — to transfer large media files, to make an encrypted backup, to restore your device, etc. — you need it to work. So what happens when it doesn't? What happens when it won't connect to iTunes? That's the issue we tackle in this edition of iOS Help!

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2 hours ago

The future of Jony Ive and Apple

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The future of Jony Ive and Apple

The future of Jony Ive and Apple

Steve Jobs once said no one had more operational power at Apple, aside from himself, than Jony Ive.

Jony Ive, the man who helped reignite Apple with the iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad had more operational power than the finance group, the engineering group, the services group, even the operations group. Apple, the company that put design first, put design first.

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7 hours ago

How to check the weather on your Apple Watch

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How to check the weather on your Apple Watch

If you want to keep informed about the weather, there's no better place than on your wrist.

Like time, weather is something that a lot of people want to stay updated on as often as possible. Having it on your Apple Watch means quick information about temperature, precipitation, and even sunrise/sunset can be just a turn of the wrist away. What's more, thanks to Siri and the built-in Weather app, you can get more detailed information about any city in the world, and any day in the next week, with just a word or a few taps. Here's how!

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15 hours ago

Jony Ive promoted to Chief Design Officer at Apple [Update: Tim Cook memo]

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Jony Ive promoted to Chief Design Officer at Apple [Update: Tim Cook memo]

In an interview with Stephen Fry for The Telegraph, it was revealed that Jony Ive has been promoted to the position of Chief Design Officer at Apple.

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17 hours ago

Photo Contest: Show us your best Camera Remote shots with Apple Watch!

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Weekly Photo Contest: Show us your best Camera Remote shots with Apple Watch!

Photo Contest: Show us your best Camera Remote shots with Apple Watch!

Have you used the Apple Watch's Camera Remote feature? Show us on Instagram with #shotonapplewatch.

We love taking pictures with our iPhone here at iMore, and adding an Apple Watch into the fray has been an awesome new tool for iPhone photography. As such, we'd love to see any images you've taken with your iPhone and the Apple Watch's Camera Remote feature. Post them to Instagram and include the #shotonapplewatch hashtag, and we'll feature the very best on iMore.com next Monday.

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19 hours ago

How to use the Apple Watch to take photos with your iPhone

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How to use the Apple Watch to take photos with your iPhone

Want to frame and take a photo with your iPhone from afar? Just use the Apple Watch.

If you're lucky enough to own an Apple Watch, you can use its Camera Remote app to snap images from your iPhone's front or back still camera. This is great for group shots, low-light exposures where you don't want to touch the iPhone, and more.

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20 hours ago

Lara Croft: Relic Run is now available for the iPhone and iPad

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Lara Croft: Relic Run is now available for the iPhone and iPad

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is now available on all major smartphone platforms, including the iOS. The game is available for both the iPhone and iPad.

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22 hours ago

How to change display settings on your Mac

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How to change display settings on your Mac

How to change display settings on your Mac

Make it easier to see large type, or make it possible to make more space on your monitor by mastering OS X's Displays settings!

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23 hours ago

How to manage emails with your Apple Watch

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How to manage emails with your Apple Watch

How to manage emails with your Apple Watch

Your Apple Watch can't send emails, but it can make dealing with them a whole lot easier.

Everyone has a different system for sorting emails, whether it's Inbox Zero, and trying to delete everything of unimportance, or flagging and marking emails you need to respond to as unread. Your Apple Watch can't reply to incoming emails from the Mail app, but it can make sure that they're easier to deal with when you return to your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

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1 day ago

Best Thunderbolt 2 docks for the Mac

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Best Mac Thunderbolt 2 docks

Best Thunderbolt 2 docks for the Mac

If you have a lot of peripherals to connect to your Mac, and you want high-performance, you should consider a Thunderbolt 2 dock.

Using a Thunderbolt 2 dock has practical benefits. For one thing, it simplifies the connection to your Mac down to a single cable. For another, it makes attaching a wide array of devices to your Mac quick and easy. And with twice the bandwidth of the original Thunderbolt, Thunderbolt 2 is an even faster way to connect. If that sounds like what you need, here's a roundup of our favorites for you to check out.

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1 day ago

If you're thinking about switching to iPhone, what would help you decide?

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If you're thinking about switching to iPhone, what would help you decide?

If you're thinking about switching to iPhone, what would help you decide?

Over the last few months, we've gone over many of the reasons why more people than ever are switching to iPhone.

That includes the amazing camera, the terrific apps, the focus on privacy and security, and the advantages of Apple Pay, Apple Stores, and AppleCare, or just to get the Apple Watch. We've also gone over the reasons many of our readers have switched from their Nexus, Galaxy S, and other Android Phones, and gone all in on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. But that still leaves many of you who haven't yet made the switch, and today I want to ask you — why?

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1 day ago

How to check the calendar on your Apple Watch

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How to check the calendar on your Apple Watch

With your Apple Watch, your calendar isn't just in your pocket anymore — it's on your wrist.

If keeping up to date is important to you, the Apple Watch will do more than just tell you the day and time, it'll make all your meetings, appointments, and events instantly accessible — with complications, Siri, Glances, and an app!

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