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4 days ago

iMore show 445: Thousand dollar time share

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iMore show 445: Thousand dollar time share

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — EmojiGate not, Apple Watch Edition, car concerns, Apple Store changes, Files.app, in defense of thin phones, shoddy security reporting, Forge, Minecraft, car cases, Polar Loop, and more! With Serenity, Peter, Ally, Rene and very special guest John Moltz.

Support the iMore show: Visit thetiebar.com/iMore and use promo code iMore50 by the end of February for free shipping on orders of $50 or more!

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4 days ago

HTC RE camera app for iPhone now lets you stream live to YouTube

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HTC RE camera app for iPhone now lets you stream live to YouTube

HTC has updated the iPhone app for its RE camera. With this latest update, RE camera owners will be able to stream their footage live to YouTube.

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4 days ago

Save any picture from the web to your iPhone or iPad

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Save any picture from the web to your iPhone or iPad

Whether you're looking for a good iPhone wallpaper or want to share a gif you found online, there are lots of great reasons to save images to your iPhone or iPad.

Doing so is easy, but I'm still amazed how many people don't actually know how to go about it (my mother included). So, in case you're lost: Here's a quick tutorial on saving images to your device — even the ones that won't let you save them through normal means.

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4 days ago

Apple Watch: The options we're all choosing and why!

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Apple Watch: The options we're all choosing and why!

The Apple Watch will ship this April. While we've all seen the introduction, we haven't seen everything yet. We have the broad strokes, not the fine details. Those will come soon. Still, there's more than enough to keep us content for now — especially when it comes to fantasy shopping. What sizes, materials, bands, and other options are we leaning towards?We've been thinking and talking about it so much amongst ourselves, we figured we might as well get together and hash it out in a roundtable.

And we brought friends...

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4 days ago

Why are my lock, keyboard, and camera sounds not working?

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Why are my lock, keyboard, and camera sounds not working?

Ever typed on your keyboard and noticed you weren't hearing any keyboard clicks? Or taken a photo and didn't hear the shutter go off? Maybe you locked your iPhone or iPad and didn't hear the closing sound? That's a question we get frequently after iOS updates, and it's the question we're tackling today:

Hi guys. My wife just installed 8.1.3 on her new iPhone 6+, and she noticed that her keyboard stopped making the usual sounds. When she shut the phone off, it didn't click, and also the camera doesn't click. All the other sounds are working fine. Anyone have a fix for this? Thanks.

I've experienced this issue going back to iOS 7. The good news is, there are a few things you can try in order to get your lock, keyboard, and camera shutter sounds in working order again!

This how-to is part of our iOS Help feature, where every week I try and help you fix the problems you're having with your iPhones and iPads. If you have a question or need help with something iOS related that you just can't figure out, I encourage you to drop a question in our iMore forums, no registration required!

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5 days ago

Chinese government removes Apple and other U.S. vendors from state purchases list

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Chinese government removes Apple and other U.S. vendors from state purchases list

The Chinese government has removed Apple along with other prominent U.S. technology vendors from its state purchase lists in favor of local vendors. According to Reuters, the change comes on the heels of cybersecurity concerns, with Chinese government officials reported to be wary of surveillance from Western government agencies.

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5 days ago

Debug 61: Andy Matuschak and Khan Academy

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Debug 61: Andy Matuschak and Khan Academy

Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Andy Matuschak, creator of the Sparkle update framework for Mac, member of the UIKit team from iOS 4.1 to iOS 8, and current mobile engineering lead at Khan Academy talks to Guy and Rene about helping to bring a world class education to everyone in the world.

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5 days ago

Tim Cook to deliver commencement address at George Washington University

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Tim Cook to deliver commencement address at George Washington University

George Washington University has announced today that Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the commencement address at its 2015 commencement ceremony on May 17.

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5 days ago

Skype for Mac scores support for 14 new languages in latest update

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Skype for Mac scores support for 14 new languages in latest update

Skype for Mac has scored an update today, bringing it up to version 7.5. While today's update doesn't bring any big new features or design changes, it does add support for 14 new languages including Greek, Slovak, and Vietnamese.

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5 days ago

How to design apps for everyone

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How to design apps for everyone

Who are you designing your app for? Is it meant for people of all ages and interests, or is it meant for a very narrow niche? That's the topic Dave Wiskus addresses in the latest installment of his Better Elevation video series — what it means to design apps for human beings.

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5 days ago

GasBuddy and GreatSchools are Apple's latest Maps data partners

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GasBuddy and GreatSchools are Apple's latest Maps data partners

Apple has added a couple of new data partners to Maps. GasBuddy and GreatSchools are both now present in the Maps Acknowledgements site. However, data from either company has yet to appear in Apple's Maps application.

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5 days ago

'Focus' is the first Hollywood film fully edited in Final Cut Pro X; hits theaters this week

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'Focus' is the first Hollywood film fully edited in Final Cut Pro X; hits theaters this week

The first Hollywood movie edited with Final Cut Pro X is finally ready for the big screen. "Focus," starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, was edited completely in Apple's editing software, and will hit theaters this week on February 27.

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5 days ago

Apple Watch gets multi-page ad spread in March issue of Vogue

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Apple Watch gets multi-page ad spread in March issue of Vogue

With the Apple Watch set to arrive at some point in April, Apple is ramping up their advertising for the device. The March issue of Vogue contains a multipage advertising spread for the Watch, showing off the Sport, stainless steel, and Edition variations, with full pages in the spread devoted to the bands.

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5 days ago

Authy snapped up by Twilio for two-factor authentication

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Authy snapped up by Twilio for two-factor authentication

Authy, a company that specializes in security through two-factor authentication, has been purchased by cloud communication services company Twilio. The two companies have been working together since 2012, with Authy using Twilio's technology to deliver authentication codes through SMS and phone calls. For the time being, Authy will continue to function as it always has, though certain parts of the company will expand with the acquisition, according to fonder Daniel Palacio:

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5 days ago

No, OS X is NOT the 'most vulnerable OS' despite shoddy reporting

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No, OS X is NOT the 'most vulnerable OS' despite shoddy reporting

Security, as we take great pains to repeatedly point out, is something that deeply affects people. It affects their stress and trust levels when dealing with technology. When it's misreported it turns what should be an empowering experience into one of fear, uncertainty, and doubt. And it's far too frequently done just to get the worst kind of attention. The latest case in point is a — I don't want to call it a report — from GFI which claims OS X and iOS were the "most vulnerable operating systems of 2014. And, frankly, it's bullshit.

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