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How to download and install watchOS 3.2.2 on your Apple Watch

Apple has just released watchOS 3.2.2 with a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. You can update to watchOS 3.2.2 using the same procedures as previous updates. All the details below!

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Apple Maps transit directions — Which cities have them?

Update: You can now get public transit directions for Adelaide, Australia.

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'WannaCry' ransomware attack: What you need to know

Can WannaCry infect Mac users? What about other ransomware? And if this leaked from a government agency, what about that iOS backdoor they wanted...?!

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Father's Day Gift Guide for Apple Lovers

Looking for the best gifts for the father's who helped raise and inspire you? iMore can help! We're constantly scouring the internet, testing products, and figuring out our absolute favorite Apple and related products for you — and for dad!

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Apple Activity Challenge: Mother's Day edition!

It's Mother's Day. If you have an Apple Watch and you're in the U.S., go get your badge and sticker!

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Best Pokémon Go tips and tricks — Updated for May!

Get Evolution Items, find and catch tough Pokémon, grind levels, complete your Pokédex, and dominated Gyms! Now updated for May, 2017.

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Apple acquires 'dark data' intelligence company Lattice Data

Lattice Data, a company that specializes in extracting useful information from unstructured data now belongs to Apple.

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Moom windowing utility terrorized off the Mac due to patent litigation

Moom is a Mac utility that lets you "move, zap, and zoom" app windows and do a few other handy things. At least it did.

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Clips app: The ultimate guide

It's Mother's Day in many countries around the world. So, what if you blanked on getting the perfect gift or simply want to add something with a little more life and love than a Hallmark card? That's what Clips is for!

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Best iPhone

The 128 GB iPhone 7 in matte black is the best iPhone you can buy today. It packs almost all the latest features Apple has to offer into a sleek, powerful package that still fits easily in your pocket or the palm of your hand.

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How to catch rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go — Updated

How do you catch a rare Pokémon when you find it? How do you stack bonuses to catch 'em faster? What does a Razz Berry or Pinap Berry do? How do you score a Critical Catch? Here's everything you need to know!

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5 reasons you should buy a Pokémon Go Plus — and a couple reasons not to!

Should you buy a Pokémon Go Plus? Here are all the reasons why it rocks — and why it sometimes sucks

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Why Pokémon Go's Gym system became so broken Niantic has to replace it

From spoofers to stratters to shavers, Pokémon Go has a Gym problem only a complete redo from Niantic can fix.

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WWDC 2017 kicks off June 5 — in San Jose!

Apple has just now extended WWDC 2017 invitations to members of the press, much as the company does every year. The conference will kick off with the keynote at 10 a.m. PT on June 5.

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Four ways Apple could make watchOS 4 even cooler and more convenient

Let me explain what I want to see from watchOS 4. No, there is too much. Let me sum up!

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Here's how Apple can take iOS to 11 (not sorry!)

Eleven ways Apple could take iOS to 11. Seriously.

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Apple slashes App Store affiliate revenue — for in-app only

Apple just announced via the iTunes Affiliate Newsletter that it's slashing App Store — app and in-app purchase — affiliate revenue from 7% to 2.5% effective May 1, 2017.

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Pokémon Go 'Worldwide Bloom' Grass-type event guide

After being extended an extra day the Pokémon Go "Worldwide Bloom" grass-type event is over and all your spawns and lures, back to normal.

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How to unpair and reset your Apple Watch

How do you un-pair, reset, and totally remove Activation Lock from your Apple Watch? We'll show you!

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Indie dev in the age of App Store

Just like the traditional concept of apps has changed, the traditional concept of indie app development is and will have to continue changing along with it.

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