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The third public beta for iOS 10.3 is here! This is how you get it

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Apple releases third public beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4

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Apple releases third developer beta of iOS 10.3

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iPhone 8 will reportedly feature 3D-sensing FaceTime camera

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tvOS 10.2 beta 3 now ready for developers

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Apple releases third beta of watchOS 3.2 to developers

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Four new iPad Pro models could be coming in March

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Hi, I'm an iPad Pro! β€” 'We hear you' brings classic feel to new ads

Touch ID for all!

Why Touch ID makes the MacBook Pro the best Mac ever

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Nintendo Switch FAQ: Everything you need to know!

iOS Gaming Weekly

Here are the best new iPhone games out and on sale now!

Mastering AirPods

How to use your AirPods when you're offline


Why you might (and might not) want an indoor security camera in your home

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Best iPhone, iPad, and Mac gear and apps for back to school!

Whether you - or someone you love - has already gone back to school, are just about to, or the next school year is still far off in the future, there are a ton of great apps and accessories to make your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad even better in the classroom, and the Mac even more productive. We've spent the last few weeks collecting our favorites, and here they are in one convenient, bookmarkable and shareable place!

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1Password 4 for iPhone and iPad half price in back to school sale!

1Password needs little introduction really, it's one of our absolute favorite apps for iOS to keep your passwords strong and secure. It isn't the lowest priced app you'll come across, though – you pay for what you get mind – but Agilebits is known for frequent sales helping folks get in for less.

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PDFpen for iPad and Mac on sale for 50% off

PDFpen by Smile Software lets you easily fill in, annotate, and otherwise work wonders with PDF files, and what's even better - there are versions for both the iPad and the Mac. I've used them for everything from marking up ebooks for editing on my iPad, to filling out government forms on my Mac, and they've worked terrifically well each and every time.

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Droplr brings annotation, markup, and sketch support to Mac app with Droplr Draw

Droplr, the popular image sharing and link shortener service, has just announced an update to their existing Mac app that will add a new feature called Droplr Draw. Draw brings with it new options for marking up and annotating your files and screenshots.

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Whitespace for iPhone lets you turn ideas, thoughts, and tasks into functional workspaces

Whitespace for iPhone is a new app that focuses on letting you get ideas and thoughts into organized workspaces. You can create as many workspaces as you want and create notes inside of them that contain images and attachments for reference. Whitespace also supports Markdown for easy export to another service or for publishing.

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Reward Summit for iOS updated with all new interface, fixes for crashes

We recently took a look at Reward Summit and its ability to easily recommend which credit card in your wallet you should use in order to maximize your rewards and bonus points. It just got a large update that brings with it a brand new interface and design as well as fixes for crashes some users were experiencing.

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Parallels Desktop 9 improves performance by up to 40 percent, adds cloud support

Parallels on Thursday announced the upcoming release of Parallels Desktop 9, a new version of its virtualization software that enables you run Windows, Linux and other operating systems on your Mac without having to reboot first, as you do using Apple's Boot Camp software. Parallels Desktop 9 is available today as an upgrade for existing customers; the full version will be released on September 5, 2013.

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Flickr for iOS gets a filter upgrade and some new camera and editing tools

Yahoo! has pushed out a pretty sizeable update to their Flickr app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with new and customizable filters and a bunch of new editing tools on board. Theres a new filter pack to choose from, and the filters are now 'live' so you get to assess how things look before snapping your photos.

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Best iPhone apps to follow the English Premier League: BBC Sport, ESPN FC, BT Sport and more!

August in the UK means one thing for football fans; the return of the Premier League season. Not just in the UK either, the appeal of the Premier League stretches far and wide, with a healthy following in the U.S, Asia and even as far afield as Australia. While live, televised games are few and far between on UK TV, with an iPhone in our pockets we can follow all the action as it happens, wherever we are. Here's a selection of the best, though bear in mind region restrictions may apply.

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Mailbox updated with cloud search, account specific signatures, and more

Mailbox, now part of Dropbox, has been updated to version 1.5 and that means you can now search not only local messages, but all the email stored up on the Gmail cloud. If you have multiple accounts, you can now also assign unique signatures to each and every one of them, and if you have Google's Chrome browser installed, you can choose to open links in that rather than Apple's built-in Safari.

Grab Mailbox, or the update, from the App Store now, and when you've tried it out, let me know how much it eases your mail pain.

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