Editorial

Content blockers, bad ads, and what we're doing about it

At WWDC 2015 Apple introduced content blockers for Safari. iMore was used as an example of how the very ads that support sites are, at the same time, destroying the very experience of using them. That conversation has continued to grow, with iMore continuing to be at its center. So, here's what we're doing about it.

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What you need to know about Accessibility in iOS 9

As there are fewer "big" features in iOS 9, so too are there few new accessibility features.That doesn't mean that there are zero new things. On the contrary, what is in iOS 9 is good stuff. Apple continues to push forward in its support for the accessibility community. Here's a rundown of what's new for Accessibility in iOS 9.

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Opinion: Apple Watch sales coverage plunges 90% in accuracy

Absent Apple releasing sales numbers for the Apple Watch, some metrics companies have decided to make some guesses, and some financial reporters have decided to write about those guesses. But did anyone stop to sanity check the numbers first?

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Comic: The case Against an iPhone case

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The case against an iPhone case

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What Final Fantasy XIV's aborted Mac launch says about Mac gaming

Square Enix's release of Final Fantasy XIV for the Macintosh seems to have been blunder after misstep after blunder, and it's becoming a textbook example of how not to release a game for the Mac. There's plenty of blame to go around here, and not all of it is at Square Enix's feet.

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Hey Matt Bonner, here's how to use an iPhone 6!

Basketball player Matt Bonner didn't have his greatest season, but at least he can blame it on his new iPhone! Wait... what?

Matt Bonner plays for the NBA's San Antonio Spurs. He's got a career average of 41.3% on 3-pointers but last season he only managed 36.5%. That's apparently due to an elbow injury—inflammation of the tendons, which is commonly referred to as "tennis elbow". The cause could be postural misalignment or unilateral motion that hasn't been identified or balanced, but Bonner seems to have something else he wants to blame—his iPhone.

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Dear iTunes, love Peter

Tuesday marked the debut of iTunes, 12.2, which adds support for Apple Music. I wasn't expecting a major overhaul, but what we got reminded me of just how much iTunes needs a major reworking.

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Hooked on a Beats 1 feeling

"Live" is so cool. There's something downright exciting about following a show, or a cultural moment that you can't just turn around and download the next day. Beats 1 captures all of that and more.

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Apple Music and DRM explained: What you need to know

Yes, Apple Music has a DRM component. Yes, it sucks, but it's similar to every other streaming service. No, it does not overwrite the files on your Mac to make all your music DRM-laden. For those Googling in a panic, here's the deal.

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A plea for multiple months on Calendar for Apple Watch

Apple Watch has a month view, but it only shows the current month. Wouldn't it be great if you could swipe back and forth to the past... and the future?

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