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Mophie launches new storage-expanding cases for iPhone 6, iPad mini

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Mophie launches new storage-expanding cases for iPhone 6, iPad mini

Accessory-maker Mophie has announced a number of new additions to its Space lineup, to go along with the latest release of their Space application.

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Rovio adds local multiplayer to Angry Birds Go! so you can race against friends

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Rovio adds local multiplayer to Angry Birds Go! so you can race against friends

Rovio today announced a new mode for Angry Birds Go! The new party mode enables players to race against their friends on multiple devices, all connected through Wi-Fi. Local multiplayer gameplay allows for a more competitive and social experience compared to playing against the AI.

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How to use Photos for OS X with multiple Macs

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How to use Photos for OS X with multiple Macs

Photos for OS X is great for pictures and videos on the Mac, but how does it work with multiple Macs?

I've had a multi-Mac household pretty much since college, rocking a laptop and desktop in addition to miscellaneous iOS devices throughout the years. Dropbox and iCloud sync made most of the pains of using several Macs disappear, but iPhoto was always a problem. My laptop is tiny! My iPhoto library, not so much.

Thankfully, Photos for OS X — paired with iCloud Photo Library's Optimize Storage feature — makes working with and syncing multiple Macs a breeze. Here's how you can do it.

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How to adjust light, color, and more in Photos for OS X

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How to adjust light, color, and more in Photos for OS X

From magic wand, to basic color, light, and black & white tweaks, or full, granular control over exposure, saturation, intensity, and more.

Photos for OS X has everything you need to make your pictures look exactly how you want. What's more, all the edits are non-destructive, so if you don't get something perfect the first time, you can change it again whenever you like, or even go right back to the original. Combine that with the large screen, and editing photos on the Mac isn't just easy, it's accessible to everyone.

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Apple Watch orders will be online only during initial launch

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Apple Watch orders will be online only during initial launch

When Apple Watch pre-orders start at 12:01am PT this Friday, get to the Apple Store site or app

Apple is gearing up to launch the Apple Watch and they want to make sure expectations are properly set and as many customers as possible are able to get exactly the size, finish, and bands they want come launch time. Hence the push store.apple.com or the Apple Store app.

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How to better track and manage your cellular data usage

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How to better track and manage your cellular data usage

If you've ever gone over the data allowance on your iPhone, you aren't alone.

It's a problem a lot of smartphone owners run into. From streaming music to watching YouTube videos, we all love to consume data. Unfortunately with capped data plans being the norm nowadays, it's easy to get hit with overage charges. That's exactly the problem an iMore reader is having:

Every once in a while I find myself going over what I'm allowed on my iPhone data plan. Is there an easier way to stay on top of this other than checking my carrier's app or getting text updates?

Short answer: Yes, absolutely!

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Apple adds 10 new Apple Pay merchants, including Acme and GameStop

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Apple adds 10 new Apple Pay merchants, including Acme and GameStop

Apple has updated the list of partners for Apple Pay, adding 10 new merchants that now accept the touchless payment system. This brings the total number of partners up to 68.

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How to delete, recover, and eradicate pictures and videos in Photos for OS X

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How to delete, recover, and eradicate pictures and videos in Photos for OS X

Photos for OS X lets you quickly and easily delete pictures and videos from both your Mac and the cloud.

Whether you're trying to free up storage, battling duplicates, eliminating personal photos no one else ever needs to see, or just cutting out the bad shots, Photos for OS X makes it easy to delete single or multiple pictures or videos. If you're using iCloud Photo Library, anything you delete on your Mac will also be deleted on all your other iCloud Photo Library-enabled devices, including your iPhone and/or iPad. Deleted pictures and videos can be recovered for up to 30 days, however, or can be deleted immediately and forever. Here's how!

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How to add and edit title, description, and keywords in Photos for OS X

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How to add and edit title, description, and keywords in Photos for OS X

A picture may be worth a thousand words but adding just a few more, namely a title, description, and keywords, can help you find it even faster.

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Apple releases Xcode 6.3 with new iOS and OS X SDKs, Swift 1.2

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Apple releases Xcode 6.3 with new iOS and OS X SDKs, Swift 1.2

Apple has updated its developer suite Xcode to version 6.3, marking the update's move from beta to official public release.

Xcode 6.3 includes version 1.2 of the Swift programming language, new SDKs for the recently-released OS X 10.10.3 and iOS 8.3, along with updates to Playgrounds and the usual bug fixes.

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Disney reportedly pushing Apple to include most of its channels in rumored TV service

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Disney reportedly pushing Apple to include most of its channels in rumored TV service

According to a new report out of The Street, Apple has hit a snag in negotiations with Disney over the number of the latter's channels it will include in its rumored TV streaming service.

According to the report, Apple is only looking to incorporate Disney's core channels in its lineup in an effort to keep prices lower for customers. However, Disney is pressing Apple to include a most of its other channel offerings, such as ESPN2, ESPN Classic, and Disney Junior.

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How to get EXIF, location, and metadata info in Photos for OS X

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How to get EXIF, location, and metadata info in Photos for OS X

Finding and enjoying your pictures and videos is great, but for the super organized, seeing and editing all the data about them can be just as rewarding.

Photos for OS X lets you bring up an info pane that shows, if available, the title, file name, date and time stamp, EXIF (exchangeable image file format — aperture, shutter speed, focal length, metering mode, and ISO speed, resolution, file type), description, assigned faces, and location on a map. Not everyone has use for this type of information, but if you do, it's really easy to get.

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Apple's refreshed Siri website serves as a primer for the digital assistant

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Apple's refreshed Siri website serves as a primer for the digital assistant

Apple has launched an updated version of its Siri page today, detailing all of the digital assistant's capabilities and features.

The updated site features a number of different categories with details on how Siri can provide information on things like sports and entertainment, as well as tips and tricks for using the digital assistant for making phone calls and sending messages, staying organized, and tracking down nearby businesses and restaurants.

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How to use smart albums in Photos for OS X

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How to use smart albums in Photos for OS X

Need to find a group of pictures quickly? Hook yourself up with Photos for OS X's smart albums.

Smart albums have long been a great way to quickly organize your images without the hassle of having to manually add each individual photo. Photos for OS X, like iPhoto before it, has an easy and quick way to build a Smart Album — read on for a quick tutorial!

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How to search for your pictures and videos in Photos for OS X

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How to search for your pictures and videos in Photos for OS X

Rather than scrolling through all your pictures and videos, search can be a quick way to find just exactly what you want.

You can use search in Photos for OS X almost like Spotlight to filter through your library based on the year, month, and/or day a picture or video was taken, the place it was taken in, who appears in it (if you're using faces), and the text that appears in the keywords or even filename. There aren't any advanced search or boolean options — you can use smart folders for something closer akin to that — but you can stack terms and that means there's still plenty of power inside that little box.

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