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Comic: Pencils in Time

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: Pencils in Time

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Apple Pay charges into Canada—and Australia

The last year has been frustrating. Apple launched Apple Pay in the U.S. back in October of 2014 and yet, despite having far, far, far better infrastructure for contactless payments in Canada and other countries, all we could do is watch from the sidelines. Well, that changes today, thanks to American Express.

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The iPad Pro Experiment: Image editing, reading, and music

Serenity is ditching her Macs for her iPad Pro over the next seven days and chronicling it. Here's her recap of her third day with the iPad Pro.

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Comic: The Unread Side of the Force

Happy Sunday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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The iPad Pro Experiment: Writing, email, and cellular data

Serenity is ditching her Macs for her iPad Pro over the next seven days and chronicling it. Here's her recap of her second day with the iPad Pro.

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This is iPad Pro

Tim Cook began the iPad Pro introduction by saying the iPad was the 'clearest expression of Apple's vision for the future of personal computing'. It's something that's been obvious since the very beginning, and crystal clear since the iPad 2 keynote in 2011. For a large segment of people, using a traditional computer can be an awkward, frustrating, and intimidating experience. The iPad is for them. For others, the iPad hasn't been productive or creative enough simply by virtue of its size and input technologies. The iPad Pro is also for them. It is, simply, profoundly, a bigger, better window into apps and the internet than Apple has ever made before. And it comes a new keyboard and pencil that provide new ways to interact with both.

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Comic: The EXCLUSIVE iPad Pro ✨Visual✨ Info-Graphical Review

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 EXCLUSIVE iPad Pro Visual Info-Graphical REVIEW

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2015: An Apple TV odyssey

Apple's famous "hobby" of the past eight years might finally be something more than that this year, thanks to a Siri-enabled remote, support for third-party apps, and more. As this moment, it's worth considering how Apple TV got to this point—and where it might go from here.

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The Apple TV is good... but here are six ways it could be even better

The new Apple TV is pretty stellar. Mostly. Unfortunately, I've also had some time to bump up against some of tvOS's rougher 1.0 edges. These aren't deal-breakers for me, but in the interest of making the couch-potato evenings of myself and many other new Apple TV owners just a bit better, here are some things I wouldn't mind seeing improved upon in subsequent updates.

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Designing Apple TV apps

If you’ve bought a TV in the last few years, it probably runs apps as well. Mine does. I don’t use them, because they’re terrible. But, when Apple says apps are the future of television, I believe them. The new Apple TV runs a different breed of apps — we’re likely to see apps that are on-par or exceed the best iOS has to offer.

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