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What we want to see from the next Apple TV

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What we want to see from the next Apple TV

Apple just dropped the price of the Apple TV to $69 and announced an exclusive deal to bring HBO Now to customers just in time for Game of Thrones. But Apple also said that this was just the beginning. We've talked a little about the possible future of Apple TV, but it's a broad topic and that means we need to make the discussion big — iMore roundtable big!

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Siri and the potential for 'Voice ID'

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Siri and the potential for 'Voice ID'

Yell "Hey, Siri!" on podcast — or out loud at an event — and you'll get dozens of complaints from people whose phones suddenly went into voice mode.

That might sound like an edge-case for Siri, Apple's personal digital assistant, but here's something more common — a family charging station with several iPhones devices plugged in. How do you target yours and yours alone? How do you make sure only your voice can activate Siri on your iPhone or iPad? On your Apple Watch? In your car or around your house?

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Google Places API launches for iOS in beta, lets you share your location using place names

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Google Places API launches for iOS in beta, lets you share your location using place names

The Places API gives iOS developers access to better location pickers, which means that users will soon be able to share their location using real place names instead of latitude and longitude.

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Apple reportedly looking to sweep antivirus apps from the iOS App Store

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Apple reportedly looking to sweep antivirus apps from the iOS App Store

It looks as though Apple may be in the process of removing anti-virus apps from the iOS App Store.

A number of virus scanners have been removed from the app store recently. One of the apps affected was VirusBarrier, whose developer, Intego, wrote in a blog post that the removal is part of a larger effort by Apple to eliminate anti-virus and anti-malware products from the App Store.

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The 'inside story' of Apple's ResearchKit

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The 'inside story' of Apple's ResearchKit

ResearchKit seemed to come out of nowhere, but it only seemed that way...

Medical research needed a way to reach more people more effectively. Tear-tag flyers on bulletin boards just weren't cutting it. The future was clearly in mobile devices — the personal technology more and more people had with them every day — and in the cloud — the servers that could bring it all together — but how could that future be brought into the present?

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Apple's bringing smarter and automated iAds to iTunes Radio

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Apple's bringing smarter and automated iAds to iTunes Radio

Apple today has extended automated iAd purchasing to iTunes Radio, along with the introduction of a new ad-targeting system called Customer Match.

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iPhoto for Mac update prepares for transition to the new Photos app

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iPhoto for Mac update prepares for transition to the new Photos app

iPhoto for Mac nabbed an update today that fixes a couple of bugs and, more importantly, sets the stage for an easier transition to the Photos app coming later this spring.

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1 week ago

Medium now lets you write and post directly from your iOS device

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Medium now lets you write and post directly from your iOS device

If you're a fan of the blogging platform Medium, you'll be stoked to know that the iOS app for the service will now let you write and post blog posts right from your iPhone or iPad.

In addition, today's update brings a few other notable features, including the ability to read short posts directly in your stream, a new search option in the menu, and the ability to view tweets, videos, and audio directly in a post.

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Apple issues security update for OS X 10.10.2

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Apple issues security update for OS X 10.10.2

Apple has released a security update for OS X Yosemite 10.10.2.

Apple did not specify the content update, saying only that it is recommended for all users, and improves OS X security.

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1 week ago

PDF Expert 5 on sale, half off for a limited time

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PDF Expert 5 on sale, half off for a limited time

PDF Expert 5 by Readdle is currently on sale for 50% off for a limited time.

Normally available for $9.99, PDF Expert can be purchased right now for $4.99.

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Pebble announces million-dollar fund to bring smartstrap ideas to life

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Pebble announces million-dollar fund to bring smartstrap ideas to life

Pebble will put their own money in backing smartstrap ideas to help turn them into products.

When the Pebble Time Steel was announced Pebble also announced smartstraps - an open hardware accessory platform. Since then there has been a lot of buzz in the developer community about smartstraps, which allow sensors to be added right into the bands. To help these ideas grow into actual products Pebble has just announced that they are putting 1 million dollars into funding the development and support of smartstraps.

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How to view, manage, and change replies to shared Calendar events on iPhone and iPad

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How to view, manage, and change replies to shared Calendar events on iPhone and iPad

If you use the default Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad, you can quickly and easily manage any events you were invited to, no matter how you RSVP'd the first time around. If you decide later you need to change your mind, you can quickly access an entire list of all the events you were invited to by following these steps:

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The Apple Watch isn't going to give you cancer, but bad reporting is going to make us dumber

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The Apple Watch isn't going to give you cancer, but bad reporting is going to make us dumber

Trying to make people afraid of enabling, empowering technology isn't bad journalism, it's an attack.

Yet that's exactly what happened last night when the New York Times published an article originally titled "Could wearable computers be as harmful as cigarettes?", later amended to "The Health Concerns in Wearable Tech".

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Ubisoft's Driver Speedboat Paradise will splash onto iOS this April

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Ubisoft's Driver Speedboat Paradise will splash onto iOS this April

Ubisoft announced today that the next entry into its line of Driver games will be bringing speedboat racing to iOS in April.

Titled "Driver Speedboat Paradise," the game puts players in the shoes of a young speedboat racer as he is enlisted to combat the mafia... by racing speedboats.

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout goes free-to-play on iPhone and iPad

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout goes free-to-play on iPhone and iPad

As part of its spring content update, first-person shooter Modern Combat 5: Blackout is going free-to-play on the iPhone and iPad.

Previously available for $5.99, Blackout was one of our favorite games without in-app purchases. The game is now free to download and play, and in-app purchases come along as a part of that.

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