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AT&T ditches plans for in-flight 4G LTE connectivity

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AT&T ditches plans for in-flight 4G LTE connectivity

AT&T announced that it will be abandoning plans to bring in-flight wireless connectivity. The carrier will not be bringing its 4G LTE service to the skies as previously planned through an air-to-ground-based service for domestic flights, citing that in-flight connectivity is too risky of an investment.

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Apple Pay: Inclusive and empowering by design

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Apple Pay: Inclusive and empowering by design

After Apple introduced the iPhone 5S last year, I wrote a piece on Medium about Touch ID and accessibility. In it, I posit that the fingerprint scanner would prove to be a huge usability win for users with disabilities because unlocking one's phone was no longer a chore. Over the next 12 months with my iPhone 5S — and now over the last month with my iPhone 6 — I've found my prediction to be correct: more than improving on security and convenience, Touch ID is a terrific accessibility tool.

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1 week ago

Facebook successfully makes over a half-billion people download Messenger app

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Facebook successfully makes over a half-billion people download Messenger app

Over 500 million people have now downloaded the standalone Facebook Messenger app since it was first made available in 2011, and it's likely that it has seen a surge in users since Facebook removed the messenging features from its main app several months ago.

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 10

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 10

We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.

We'll keep showing sales that are ongoing after double-checking that they're still active and the price is the same, as well as updating the list with anything new that we find. Of course, if you spot any great deals, don't be shy - drop a tip in the comments!

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1 week ago

iMore show 429 LIVE at 10am PT, 1pm ET — Be here!

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iMore show 429 LIVE at 10am PT, 1pm ET — Be here!

Join Serenity Caldwell, Peter Cohen, and Rene Ritchie for the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple!

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1 week ago

President Obama wants ISPs to be regulated under net neutrality principles

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President Obama wants ISPs to be regulated under net neutrality principles

President Barack Obama has issued a new request to the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify broadband wired Internet service in the US as a public utility, like telephone or power companies are currently classified. This is just the latest attempt to regulate Internet service providers under net neutrality principles.

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Best car rental apps for iPhone: Book your next rental the easy way!

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Best car rental apps for iPhone: Book your next rental the easy way!

Renting a car is often a bigger headache than it needs to be, both in terms of process and price. Luckily, there are lots of great new car rental services popping up that offer a better experience and lower rates. They also have apps that help you complete the entire booking process right from your iPhone, no matter what size vehicle you need, or when you need it. So, what are the best iPhone apps to help you rent the best car?

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1 week ago

How to use Continuity for iPhone, iPad, and Mac: The ultimate guide

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How to use Continuity for iPhone, iPad, and Mac: The ultimate guide

The iPhone, iPad, and Mac are all different devices with different interfaces, but they can and should provide a seamless way for people to move between them and use them together. That's the idea Continuity is built on. There's Instant Hotspot for sharing cellular connections, AirDrop for transferring files, relay for sending and receiving SMS/MMS, and making or taking phone calls, all from your iPhone, all on your iPad or Mac, and Handoff for continuing your activities even when you switch devices.

Although these features are all grouped under the same name, they all have different requirements and all work in different ways. Luckily, they're also easy to set up and easy to use once you know how!

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1 week ago

Nova Bluetooth flash now available through the Apple Online Store

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Nova Bluetooth flash now available through the Apple Online Store

Apple has begun selling the Nova, a standalone flash for the iPhone, connected via Bluetooth. Originally funded through Kickstarter, Nova features a range of lighting options to give your photos the best look possible. The Nova is small and thin enough for you to take anywhere.

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1 week ago

Save 35% today on these slim, lightweight hard cases for iPhone 6!

Save 35% today on these slim, lightweight hard cases for iPhone 6!

This iPhone 6 hard case takes your preference for sleek design into serious consideration. There's no dual-layers, screen covers or clips to worry about here. It's one piece that simply snaps over the back, leaving complete accessibility all around. Get yours in black, clear or white for only $12.95!

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New devices help Apple make gains with businesses

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New devices help Apple make gains with businesses

Apple has increased its device share of the enterprise market, reversing a recent downward trend. Apple's iOS devices accounted for 69 percent of all corporate mobile device activations. This apparently comes down to the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, according to VentureBeat:

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Apple moving to Cambridge, UK to tap into local talent with new R&D office

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Apple moving to Cambridge, UK to tap into local talent with new R&D office

Apple is looking to open new offices in Cambridge, UK. According to a report over on Business Weekly, the tech company will be deploying staff to 90 Hills Road, which sits in the vicinity of the city's mainline rail station, botanic garden and world-renowned university. According to the report:

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New drone flight over Apple Campus 2 reveals update on construction progress

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New drone flight over Apple Campus 2 reveals update on construction progress

Another drone flight video has been published to YouTube, showing off the new Apple mothership Campus 2 in 1080p quality. The footage shows progress made when compared against previous videos of the new construct, capturing the project from a variety of angles. Not only have the foundations been laid, but construction has commenced on the building structure itself.

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1 week ago

Home Depot switches execs to iPhones, MacBooks as it blames Windows for massive breach

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Home Depot switches execs to iPhones, MacBooks as it blames Windows for massive breach

Home Depot's security breach that left 56 million credit card numbers and 53 million customer email addresses vulnerable was blamed by a Windows vulnerability. When executives at the home improvement retailer learned of cause of the breach, those executives were quickly given replacement MacBook laptops and iPhones

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1 week ago

Walmart vs. Visa — With Apple Pay caught in the middle

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Walmart vs. Visa — With Apple Pay caught in the middle

Credit card transaction rates are still a contentious point with merchants and retailers and newer digital wallets like Apple Pay and the forthcoming CurrentC developed by the consortium known as MCX, which counts Rite Aid, CVS, and Walmart among its members, are caught in the middle. The issue brought up at the recent Money 2020 conference is how systems like Apple Pay handle card transaction rates between in-store and in-app purchases, and it was an issue raised by Walmart executive Mike Cook during a Q&A session.

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