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Apple to reportedly drop $99 "One to One" tutoring program, changes coming to Apple Store Smart Signs

Apple Store changes could see 'One to One' tutoring, dedicated Smart Signs dropped

According to a new report, big changes may be coming to Apple Store training sessions with the elimination of Apple's $99 "One to One" tutoring program. The program, which is currently offered to customers as a way to get on-on-one training sessions from Apple Store employees on using their Mac,...
Hearthstone's Grand Tournament expansion is now available

Hearthstone's Grand Tournament expansion is now available

The Grand Tournament, the latest expansion for Blizzard's popular Hearthstone card game, is now available. The Tournament adds 132 new cards for players to collect or purchase. The new cards include an assortment of knights, spells, and more, offering new strategies in your matches against others...
Sprint Direct 2 You

Sprint expands Direct 2 You service to Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Louis, San Antonio and Seattle

Sprint's recently launched phone delivery and set up service, Direct 2 You, has expanded to several new cities in the US, including Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Louis, San Antonio and Seattle. Ths newest expansion brings the service to 20 major metropolitan areas in the US....
Tim Cook says Apple is experiencing strong growth in China amid concerns

Tim Cook says Apple is experiencing strong growth in China amid concerns

It appears that Tim Cook has set out to reassure investors that Apple is still seeing strong growth in China, responding to concerns over the company's performance in the country. According to Cook, who sent a letter to CNBC's Joe Cramer, Apple has seen increased iPhone activations in China over...
How to use Up Next in iTunes and the Music app

How to use Up Next in iTunes and the Music app

In the old days, if you were in the midst of a killer mix, but one track led you to want to mix in another song, you could either forget about it and keep going, or play the serendipitous song and kill your killer mix.  Apple's Up Next queue has put an end to that. Even if you're in the middle...
Tim Cook may announce Apple's new education initiative later this week

Tim Cook may announce Apple's new education initiative later this week

A promotional image of Tim Cook's upcoming interview on ABC's Good Morning America suggests we'll be hearing about Apple's new education initiative this week. In the image, Cook is seen talking to host Robin Roberts in a public school with a backdrop of iMacs, hinting that we may see an extension...
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Apple reportedly planning to overhaul Genius Bar and Workshop store appointments

If a new report is correct, people who make Genius Bar and Workshop appointments for their local Apple retail store will see some changes starting on Tuesday, August 25. That's when the company reportedly plans to move those online appointments pages from their separate "Concierge" site into...
Nothing to fear but fear-mongering itself

Nothing to fear but fear-mongering itself

Some text was put up on the internet this weekend that contends Apple has such centralized control over iOS that, if it were ever to turn evil and become the instruments of surveillance states, there'd be nothing to protect us because Apple actively patches jailbreak exploits and doesn't allow...
iMore show 472: Putting the 'Pro' in iPad Pro

iMore show 472: Putting the 'Pro' in iPad Pro

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Apple Music book ships! Pro iPads, pink iPhones, shelved iPods, Ashley Madison and Spotify vs. Apple, and your questions answered! With Serenity Caldwell, Georgia Dow, and...
How to play music in iTunes and the Music app

How to play music in iTunes and the Music app

iTunes and the Music app offer a slew of controls for playing, shuffling, DJing, and queuing your music. Here's how you can get the most out of them. How to use the play controls on your Mac You can find your primary play controls along the top of the iTunes toolbar. Grouped to the left of the...
Mobile Nations Weekly: Note 5, BlackBerry doing Android, and Apple Music: The Book

Mobile Nations Weekly: Note 5, BlackBerry doing Android, and Apple Music: The Book

It's been a great week in mobile tech, and this is your look back at it all! Last week saw the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and this week saw Android Central's definitive review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and as you might expect, it's a great device for the Android crowd. But...
How to search Apple Music and your music library

How to search Apple Music and your music library

There's a new, universal search feature in both the Music app and iTunes 12.2 that can find songs, playlists, albums, and artists—whether they're locally-stored or available in Apple's online catalog. If you don't subscribe to Apple Music, you'll be able to search Apple Music radio stations and...
What do you want to see in the next Apple TV?

What do you want to see in the next Apple TV?

Your Apple TV wish list—what's on it? Rumor has it Apple is just about ready to release the next generation Apple TV, the company's set-top box for the living room and really big screens. In fact, we could be seeing it as soon as September 9, alongside the next iPhones. So, we're curious to know...
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Comic: I am Prince Apple I, eldest son of King Steven Wozniak

Happy Saturday, 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. Read more comics from the Pixel Project on iMore.com.
Apple starts replacement program for faulty iPhone 6 Plus iSight cameras

Apple starts replacement program for faulty iPhone 6 Plus iSight cameras

Apple has started an iSight camera replacement program for the iPhone 6 Plus, offering to replace defective camera modules in certain iPhone 6 Plus models that were sold between September 2014 and January 2015. From Apple: Apple has determined that, in a small percentage of iPhone 6 Plus...
Ralph Lauren wants to help you stay in shape with the PoloTech Smartshirt

Ralph Lauren wants to help you stay in shape with the PoloTech Smartshirt

It looks like fashion brand Ralph Lauren is getting in on the smart clothing game. The company has announced the new PoloTech Smartshirt, which will incorporate various sensors in the fabric to measure your vital signs during a workout. The PoloTech Smartshirt is aimed at helping people track...
Tesla

Former Tesla engineer joins Apple, fueling more car development rumors

The rumors that Apple is secretly developing its own self-driving car got another boost today. It was revealed that Jamie Carlson, a former senior engineer on Tesla's Autopilot self-driving car program, has now joined Apple in an unnamed position on its special projects team. According to...
How to add music to iTunes 12.2

How to add music to iTunes 12.2

For some, the advent of Apple Music will mean their own personal collections will become small seas in the giant oceans of the full streaming catalog. For others, however, who don't want streaming, My Music is still the place or organize and enjoy your personally purchased or ripped music....
Swarm

Swarm brings back another old Foursquare feature, leaderboards, in latest update

Foursquare is once again bringing back a feature that was a part of its main app before it spun off its check-in features to Swarm. Now Swarm users can access leaderboards with the latest 3.0 version update. The feature is being added a couple of months after Foursquare brought back Mayorships...
How to use playlists in iTunes and the Music app

How to use playlists in iTunes and the Music app

Playlists have always been the best way to group all the music you want to listen to together. With Apple's new Music app, you can not only create and manage playlists, you can give them distinctive and easy to recognize thumbnails, quickly add music to them, queue them to Up Next, and a lot...

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