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iMore show Apple earnings wrap-up LIVE tonight at 3pm PT, 6pm ET, 11pm BST

iMore show Apple earnings wrap-up LIVE tonight at 3pm PT, 6pm ET, 11pm BST

Right after Apple finishes their Q2 2014 conference call tonight Peter and I will be spinning up a special edition of the iMore show to talk about all the numbers and all the news. Join us! 3pm PT, 6pm ET, 11pm BST. Be here! Want to be part of the show? Join us live right here at 1pm PT, 4pm ET...
How can Apple excite investors beyond Q2 FY14's boring quarterly report?

How can Apple excite investors beyond Q2 FY14's boring quarterly report?

Today after the market closes AAPL will report Q2 fiscal 2014 results. Expectations are for a boring (read: very profitable, but no growth) quarter. Analysts forecast $43.5 billion in revenue and $10.18 in earnings per share (EPS), which is pretty much a repeat of last year's numbers. Unless...
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iOS 7.1 code suggests Siri coming to the Apple TV

Digging around the iOS 7.1 software developer kit has revealed that we may be seeing Siri integration with Apple TV. The code refers to Assistant, which is Apple's internal name for Siri, in relation to device family 3, which is Apple TV. It's unclear exactly how the feature might be...

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Why Nike would be smart to outsource their fitness hardware to Apple and the iWatch

There's a rumor going around that Nike is axing their Nike Fuelband hardware division. Whether it ultimately proves to be true or false, given where Apple is and where they may be going with iOS 8, iPhone 6, and perhaps even an iWatch, it makes a ton of sense.

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iWork apps for iOS updated with stability improvements and bug fixes

Apple has updated Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS right on the heels of the iOS 7.1.1 update. The changelogs aren't very telling when it comes to what's new or different, only stating "stability improvements and bug fixes." Many folks feel this may have something to do with the Heartbleed issue, but the people who know aren't saying. You'll find your updates ready and waiting in the App Store.

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How to install Windows on your Mac using Boot Camp

If you need to install Windows on your Mac, you have a few options: software like VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop can help you get the job done so you don't have to reboot each time you want to use it, but if you want truly native performance — important for gamers and others looking to eke every last drop out of their Mac — Boot Camp is the way to go. Here's a step by step guide to make it happen.

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How to set up and use Notification Center's Do Not Disturb mode

While Notification Center is a great tool for receiving alerts on your iPhone and iPad, sometimes notification turns into interruption. That's where iOS' Do Not Disturb feature can come in handy. It allows your iPhone or iPad to continue to collect notifications, minus the beeping and buzzing. Whether you're in a meeting or want a peaceful night's sleep, Do Not Disturb can give you it. Here's how to use it:

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iOS 7.1.1 makes sure you know which apps have in-app purchases

Now you can see which apps have the dreaded in-app purchases in the latest update right from the App Store's Top Charts section.

This comes as part of the iOS 7.1.1 update, and it's a great addition under that button that says "FREE."

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Why all the fuss about the potential end of iPhone subsidies?

With AT&T reporting its financial results this week the media is buzzing about comments they (and others) have made to the effect that smartphone subsidies may eventually come to an end. The theory being floated is that future mobile phone buyers will be aware of exactly how much how much their smartphone costs. This new financial awareness will somehow prompt fewer people to pony up for an expensive iPhone.

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Toon Boom Storyboard Pro Review

Storyboard Pro is one of the outstanding animation apps made by Toon Boom Animation. They are the Industry standard with clients like Disney, Warner Bros, and Pixar. Now, I’m not a storyboard artist. I’m also not an animator. While I’ve always been interested in the art of animation, it’s only recently that I started doing it. After some initial research, I decided to use Toon Boom Storyboard Pro and Harmony to create the cut scenes for my game, Crow’s Quest.

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Apple updates AirPort for SSL/TLS bug

If you're rocking one of Apple's newer routers, aka an AirPort with 802.11ac, head on into the settings and update that sucker. There's a security update that addresses SSL/TLS. Here's the deal with firmware version 7.7.3:

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Apple opens OS X Mavericks beta program to the public

If you're the type who loves beta testing software but didn't (or couldn't) jump through the hoops to be a part of Apple's developer program, fear not. The company has opened beta testing for OS X Mavericks to the public.

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OS X Security Update addresses Safari vulnerabilities and bugs

Apple has issued an OS X security update today that should improve compatibility, stability and security. The bulk of the update is centered around Safari 7.0.3, and has the following changes, per Apple:

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Withings Pulse O2 keeps tabs on your oxygen levels

Withings has announced a new health band called Pulse O2. It does all of the usual stuff, like monitor steps, heart rate, elevation, distance traveled, sleep habits, and estimates calories burned, but the really cool feature here is the ability to monitor the oxygen level in your blood. That information is estimated from the infrared heart rate monitor, then beamed to your phone through a companion app. The device itself can be mounted in a wrist strap, a clip, or carried around separately.

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Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with a few bug fixes, Touch ID improvements

Apple has pushed out iOS 7.1.1, updating the recently-released iOS 7.1 with a few bug fixes. Those include additional improvements to the already improved Touch ID and a pair of other fixes for responsiveness and Bluetooth connectivity. Unspecified security fixes are also included. The full changelog for the whopping 26.1MB update follows.

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Intel sketches out the next generation of Thunderbolt: twice as fast, 33% thinner

The ThunderBolt connector has used the same plug-and-port design for years, but the next generation is reported to mix things up with a new design and even faster speeds. Intel has given the as-of-yet-unnamed standard (we'd place iCash on Thunderbolt 3) update the codename Alpine Ridge, and it's said to double the transmission rates of Thunderbolt 2 to up to 40Gbps. The new connector is also shorter in height, measuring in at around 3mm, compared to the 4.5 mm of the current Thunderbolt design.

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Rip Curl's new Search GPS is a smartwatch for surfers

Fitness wearables are a dime a dozen at this point, and here comes another one geared toward wave-seekers. Rip Curl has announced the SearchGPS surf watch. It’ll record your top speed and how far you’ve ridden, number of waves, and just how gnarly you truly are. (That last one’s a feature we suggest they add, anyway.)

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Sprint plans for their iPhones sold next year to be SIM unlockable

American carriers are making progress in being more open and customer-friendly — particularly T-Mobile — but Sprint is preparing to take a significant step forward by ensuring that the devices they sell to customers are able to be SIM unlocked. Eventually. In 2015. In an FAQ on Sprint's unlocking policy, the company states that they are "working to ensure that all devices developed and launched on or after February 11, 2015 are capable of being unlocked domestically."

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New and updated apps: Vert, 1Password, FTL, Catan and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got a free unit and currency converter, a major update to 1Password, games and more.

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1Password updated for iOS 7, still 50% off for a limited time!

1Password has just been updated to version 4.5 for iOS and 4.3 for Mac. The iPhone and iPad app now has a whole new design for iOS 7 along with some awesome new features including multiple vault support, unified autofill, AirDrop support, sharing, and more. A lot of the new features are available in the Mac app as well. Better yet, AgileBits is still offering 50% off both versions for a limited time!

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Deal of the Day: Case-Mate Hula Bumper Case for iPhone 5C

For today only, purchase the Case-Mate Hula Bumper Case for iPhone 5C and save 44% off the list price!

The Hula features 4-corner protection against drops and keeps the display and back of your device safe from scratches by elevating it away from flat surfaces. As an added bonus, this iPhone 5C bumper case also includes a screen protector for the front and back of the device. Now you not only have edge to edge protection, but scratch protection from front to back as well!

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On the eve of iPhone 6 carriers once again using the media to push back on 'subsidies'

Imagine a boss at a company with a really great salesperson who lands all the best, highest valued customers for the company. Now imagine that boss hates having to pay that salesperson their really high commission, even though it's the salesperson who's closing all those deals and ensuring all that money comes to the company. The boss can't afford to lose that salesperson but they're desperate to find anyway they can to cut that salesperson's commissions. Likewise, the salesperson knows their value and insists on being richly compensated for the deals they close. That's the relationship between the carriers and the iPhone, and between the price carriers pay Apple for the revenue the iPhone generates. It's also why the carriers hate Apple and the iPhone, and why when a new iPhone — like the iPhone 6 — is on the horizon, we get articles like this: "As Phone Subsidies Fade, Apple Could Be Hurt".

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Apple has a dig at Samsung in its new environment focused newspaper ad

As part of Apple's renewed push on its environmental strategy it has taken out a full page ad in the British newspapers today that has a not so subtle dig at Samsung in the process. It was first noticed by David McClelland in the Metro and reported via Twitter:

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