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What do Messages app extensions mean for third-party keyboards?

Stickers, emojis, and GIFs, oh my! What do Apple's new extensions for Messages mean for third-party keyboard makers?

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The Moto Z proves an iPhone 7 without a headphone jack is no big deal

I've seen the future, and the loss of the headphone jack isn't going to be nearly as frustrating as it sounds.

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WWDC 2016: Beyond the keynote

WWDC 2016 ended last Friday but what happened all week will ripple throughout Apple's ecosystem for years to come.

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Damn, PlayStation VR is going to crush everything

Russell spent a little time with the upcoming PlayStation VR recently, and you can read all about his experience over on VR Heads!

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Trix may be for kids, but Swift Playgrounds should be for everyone

Apple's new coding app, Swift Playgrounds, is a great tool. But it's one that shouldn't just be aimed at kids. Everyone should have fun and easy ways to learn to code.

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Our full transcript of the Talk Show at WWDC 2016 with Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi

A full transcript of Daring Fireball's very special WWDC 2016 Talk Show with Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller.

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Tim Cook's vision of kids everywhere coding is DOA without iBooks Author

Swift Playgrounds is a great tool, and once that will be used by kids in schools all over the world. But before that happens, Apple needs to do something else really important — for kids and their educators.

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File radars early and often: The importance of bug reporting

Why should you file radars? To show Apple, given finite resources, what aspects of your shared customer experience they need to prioritize fixing.

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Big, bold, and beautiful: Apple's design language is changing in iOS 10

"Big. Bold. Beautiful." It's not only a snappy tagline — it's the company's new design mission.

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Love wins this Wallpaper Wednesday

I can think of no other wallpapers I'd rather share with you this week.

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