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All Articles by Joseph Keller

You can now get your hands on the slightly updated Mac Pro

You can now order Apple's very slightly updated Mac Pro if you really need the slight bump in CPU and GPU power.

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Here's everything Siri can do on your Apple Watch

Siri, Apple's voice-activated digital assistant, is a huge part of the Apple Watch—and we're oh-so-thankful it is. Here's everything you can ask Apple's assistant to do, now updated for watchOS 3.2!

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Apple announcing Q2 2017 financial results on May 2

Apple has announced that it will disclose its financial results on Tuesday, May 2.

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Apple design veteran Christopher Stringer leaves the company

Apple designer Christopher Stringer, who had a hand designing in products such as the original iPhone and iPad, is leaving the company.

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Apple opens app development accelerator in India

Apple has opened its App Accelerator facility for developers in Bengaluru, India.

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How to increase notification privacy on Apple Watch

It's easy to add a little bit of privacy to the notifications coming to your Apple Watch, making it more difficult for unwanted eyes see your messages.

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IFTTT now connects to the iOS Calendar and App Store

IFTTT has added support for building applets with the iOS Calendar and App Store.

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Best accessories for your iPhone in the car

Whether you want to listen to music on the go or just charge your phone in silence as you drive, here are the best accessories you can get for using your iPhone in your car.

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How to sign out of your iCloud account on iPhone and iPad

Learn how to sign out of your iCloud account on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to change the app icon for MLB.com At Bat in iOS 10.3

MLB.com At Bat lets fans change the app's icon to the logo of their favorite team on devices running iOS 10.3. Here's how you do it.

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How to use Night Shift on your Mac

Night Shift is coming to the Mac in macOS 10.12.4 and here's your guide to getting the most out of it.

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What's new for CarPlay in iOS 10.3

iOS 10.3 brings a quick app switcher to CarPlay to let you easily open frequently-visited apps. Here's how it works!

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iWork apps add Touch ID support and much more on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Apple has released a set of substantial updates for its suite of iWork apps on both macOS and iOS. Each app has added support for Touch ID for secure documents, in addition to a number of other new features.

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What's new in tvOS 10.2

tvOS 10.2 doesn't present many new user features, but there are still a few things you should know.

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Apple's Supplier Responsibility Report details improvements for workers and environment

Apple has released the highlights of its 2017 Supplier Responsibility Report, which details improvements that have been made to worker's rights and environmental impact over the last year.

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T-Mobile adds AppleCare to its JUMP! and Premium Device Protection programs

T-Mobile has announced that customers who purchase iPhone and iPads with the carrier will be eligible for AppleCare services through T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection plan.

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How to use Siri with Apple Music

With Siri you're only ever a press and a sentence away from controlling Apple Music. From adding songs to liking them, filling your Up Next queue or clearing it out, here's what you need to know!

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iTunes 12.6 lets you watch rented movies across your Apple devices

Update: Apple has released a revised version of iTunes 12.6 that removes an odd "Show on Profile Page" switch from the playlist edit screen.

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Tim Cook talks Apple's 'long haul' attitude towards China

In a recent interview, Tim Cook talked about Apple's investments in China, saying that the company's presence in the country is for more than market access.

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Best Menu bar widgets for the Mac

Get the most out of your Mac's Menu bar with widgets that give you all the info you need at a glance.

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