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How to sign up for Apple TV+ and stream original content on your computer or mobile device

To get Apple TV+, you simply need to sign up for an account. Apple TV+ exclusively carries original TV shows and movies, and their lineup is growing over time. If you've recently bought an Apple device, or have an Apple Music Student Plan, you can qualify for a free Apple TV+ subscription. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple TV+ went live on November 1, 2019 with 10 original shows and movies. That lineup has since grown, and continues to expand. The service costs $4.99 p...
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Chris Lattner Talks Swift, WWDC and More on This Week's ATP Podcast

Chris Lattner, known for his work on Xcode and Swift during his time at Apple, this week joined the Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP) hosted by Marco Arment, Casey Liss, and John Siracusa. In a two hour and thirty minute long conversation, Lattner and the ATP team talked about Swift, the work that went into preparing for WWDC while he was at Apple, Apple's 2020 digital WWDC event, and more. Lattner said that he's very interested to see how Apple handles the online version of WWDC, which is set to ...
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iOS Vulnerability Prevents VPNs From Encrypting All Traffic

A vulnerability affecting iOS 13.3.1 and later prevents virtual private networks (VPNs) from encrypting all traffic, allowing some internet connections to bypass encryption, potentially exposing users' data and IP addresses. A screenshot from ProtonVPN demonstrating exposed connections to Apple's servers that should be protected by the VPN Details on the vulnerability were shared today by Bleeping Computer after it was discovered by ProtonVPN. The vulnerability is caused because iOS isn't te...
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Daily Crunch: Spotify is acquiring The Ringer

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Spotify is buying The Ringer to boost its sports podcast content Spotify is doubling down on its podcast strategy with a big acquisition to grow its sports coverage: It announced that it’s buying The Ringer, the popular network of podcasts created and run by broadcaster Bill Simmons, with around 30 pod...
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Apple is expected to launch its new iPhone 12 lineup this fall — here's everything we know about it so far (AAPL)

Apple will likely add 5G support to its 2020 flagship iPhones, according to early reports and rumors. Other than 5G connectivity, the phones are said to feature a more advanced 3D camera and new size options. The addition of 5G could boost demand for Apple's new iPhones as customers are upgrading their smartphones less often. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Even before Apple unveiled the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in September, reports had already started to emerge about ...
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The next Apple Watch is expected to finally get one major feature it's been missing that Fitbit has offered for years. Here's everything we know so far. (AAPL)

Apple is expected to release a new Apple Watch in 2020, as it's done every year since 2015. The biggest new addition to this year's watch is expected to be sleep tracking, a feature that would help Apple catch up to rivals like Fitbit and Samsung. Otherwise, the next Apple Watch, which is expected to be called the Series 6, is rumored to come with faster performance and better water resistance.  Here's what else we know. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple has released a...
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In serving big company interests, copyright is in crisis

Copyright rules are made with the needs of the entertainment industry in mind, designed to provide the legal framework for creators, investors, distributors, production houses, and other parts of the industry to navigate their disputes and assert their interests. A good copyright policy would be one that encouraged diverse forms of expression from diverse creators who were fairly compensated for their role in a profitable industry. But copyright has signally failed to accomplish this end, la...
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Legendary iPhone designer Jony Ive has been hanging out with celebs, models, and designers since announcing his departure from Apple

Apple's legendary former chief design officer Jony Ive appears to have formally left Apple after his profile disappeared from Apple's leadership page this week. The departure of Ive was first announced by Apple back in June, with the company's press release saying Ive would leave "later this year." Ive said he would set up his own design shop, but since the announcement has been spotting enjoying himself with celebrities, models, and fashion designers at glamorous events in his native UK. Ive ...
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Apple will need to reckon with Russia in 2020, thanks to a new law forcing pre-installation of Kremlin-approved apps

On December 2 Vladimir Putin signed into law a bill mandating that all Russian smartphones and devices come pre-installed with certain Kremlin-approved apps. The bill is sometimes referred to as the "law against Apple," as it threatens Apple's strict policy of not allowing third-party apps to be pre-installed on its devices. Apple has six months to fight the law before it comes into force, and could face having to leave the Russian market altogether. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more ...
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Tech giants like Google and Amazon are beefing up their healthcare strategies. Here's how 7 tech titans are tackling the $3.6 trillion industry.

Big tech giants have their eyes on the $3.6 trillion US healthcare industry.  As healthcare costs keep rising for Americans, tech companies are betting they can have a part in fixing the broken pieces of the industry.  Already, lawmakers and the public are raising concerns about tech giants' role in healthcare. In November, news that Google had been working with a large health system and had access to millions of patients' data brought into question whether consumers are comfortable putting he...
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Here are the top Internet of Things companies to watch and potentially invest in 2020

Disclaimer: This article does NOT constitute investment advice. All investment and financial opinions expressed in this article is from the research and experience of the author and is strictly intended as educational material.  The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to be worth trillions of dollars by 2020, and several companies and startups will certainly reap the benefits of that explosion. But investors can do the same if they know which IoT stocks to watch. Each of the companies and start...
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Apple Apple AirPods 2 With Charging Case For Just $119 Shipped From Google Shopping!

Apple Apple AirPods 2 With Charging Case For Just $119 Shipped From Google Shopping! Use $30 off code: 19CYBERAP These sell for $159 from Apple and are on sale for  Black Friday for $134 from Amazon where they have great 4.4 star ratings. Also on sale: Apple AirPods Pro Noise Cancelling Headphones For $234.99 Shipped […]
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Apple Apple AirPods 2 With Charging Case For Just $119 Shipped From Google Express!

Apple Apple AirPods 2 With Charging Case For Just $119 Shipped From Google Express! Use $30 off code: 19CYBERAP These sell for $159 from Apple and are on sale for  Black Friday for $134 from Amazon where they have great 4.4 star ratings. Also on sale: Apple AirPods Pro Noise Cancelling Headphones For $234.99 Shipped […]
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Apple has approved an app which lets Hong Kong protesters track the police after initially rejecting it (AAPL)

An app that lets people track the location of Hong Kong police is now available on the App Store. Apple initially rejected the app on the ground it "enables and encourages" illegal activity, but reversed the decision. In a tweet on Friday, the app's anonymous developer said Apple had "finally made the right decision" and would not be making "any further comments on this matter."  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple has approved an app that lets people track the movements...
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Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris explained how Salesforce created the App Store URL and gave it away to Steve Jobs (CRM)

At Salesforce's developer conference TrailheaDX, Salesforce co-founder and CTO Parker Harris shared how Salesforce created the App Store and gave the URL to Apple. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs inspired Salesforce co-founder and co-CEO Marc Benioff to create an app store. As a gift, Benioff gave the App Store trademark and URL to Apple. Read more on the Business Insider homepage. Salesforce and Apple's friendship goes way back. In fact, the two tech companies even helped inspire each other's ap...
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Apple refreshes MacBook Pro with updated keyboard, 8-core 9th-gen Intel CPUs (ars technica)

Enlarge / The 2017 and 2018 15-inch MacBook Pros side by side. Each has a butterfly keyboard. (credit: Samuel Axon) In the second update to the current crop of MacBook Pros since they were released in July 2018, Apple this week has expanded the available CPU options for both the 13-inch and 15-inch models. The 15-inch MacBook Pro has moved to Intel's 9th generation CPUs and offers 8-core options for the first time in the product line's history. The 13-inch saw a more modest CPU specifications ...
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What Are Critical Alerts on iPhone and iPad, and How Do I Enable Them?

Critical alerts are notifications that appear even when your iPhone or iPad is in Do Not Disturb mode or silenced. These include notifications with crucial information about weather emergencies or important health alerts from connected devices. How Do Critical Alerts work? Apple’s iOS 12 introduced critical alerts along with several other notification enhancements. They cannot be silenced because they contain essential information you need to be aware of. Weather, health, and security apps mi...
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10 Big Companies Setting Great Environmental Examples

By Aaron Viles Last year, world leaders met in Paris to hash out a global climate deal to curb greenhouse gases and prepare countries and communities from the unavoidable impacts of climate change, made so by decades-long feet-dragging and unwillingness to act. While these public solutions are critical to fighting climate change, equally important are the voluntary steps taken by the private sector that have a direct positive effect and show by example that environmental protection and business ...
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Daily News Roundup: What the Apple-Qualcomm Settlement Means

Apple and Qualcomm met each other in court this week in what was supposed to be a brutal trial. Turns out that wasn’t the case, as the two companies surprisingly agreed to a settlement yesterday. This means three things. Firstly, the settlement ends all ongoing legal action across the board—from Apple, Apple’s manufacturing partners, and Qualcomm. While it’s unclear why the two suddenly decided to settle, it’s very likely that neither wanted company secrets made publicly available in court. The...
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MacBook owners have been complaining about Apple's butterfly keyboard for years. Here's how the problems unfolded. (AAPL)

Customers have been having issues with Apple's butterfly keyboard in the years following the 12-inch MacBook's launch in 2015. The problems emerged in the public eye yet again after Apple recently issued an apology. Below is a timeline of the major developments that have occurred in recent years when it comes to Apple's controversial butterfly keyboard.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories If you've ever noticed that the space bar on your new MacBook Pro doesn't work, or that c...
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Pssst, looking for this week’s most discounted Apple products?

‘Pssst,’ is our new service for you, in which we spend hours scouring the deep troughs of the web to get you the finest discounts. Apple. Not only do we all know the company, lots of us like it too. It’s also quite nice to say aloud, let’s give it a go: Apple. Apple apple apple. Apple; apple. Anyway, are you interested in the most heavily discounted Apple products? The best bargains? The most inexpensive devices? Those money-saving machines? We went through hundreds of Apple products on Amazon a...
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Apple Video App Opens to Other Platforms But Not Google

One company that went unmentioned in the iPhone maker’s two hour presentation: Google, owner of Android, which powers about 85 percent of the latest smartphones. At first blush, this seems like an injudicious omission by Apple. Apple said it plans to launch in more than 100 countries, and in most of those places Android is even more dominant.
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How to Sign Up for Apple Credit Card

Apple has a knack of taking something which has been in the market in an unpolished form. And then providing it as a polished product which sells like hotcakes. So what about their latest foray? The company has just launched a new credit card, Apple Card at its ‘Show Time’ event. Apple Card is a combination of a physical credit card, a virtual credit card, and has a dedicated section inside Apple Pay itself. It will work together in an effortless way to provide users with the best experience. He...
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Apple reportedly wants to sell subscriptions to HBO, Showtime and more premium channels for $9.99 a pop

Apple is expected to reveal separate subscription services for TV and news content during a special event on Monday. Apple wants to sell subscriptions to premium cable channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz for $9.99 each on its new TV app, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Though the Apple TV has been exclusive to Apple devices for sometime, the company has reportedly been in negotiations to bring the Apple TV app to more streaming devices, like Roku and smart TVs. Apple's i...
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Apple Announces New AirPods and Wireless Charging Case

Apple Apple already announced new iPads and new iMacs this week. And now to continue that onslaught of updated hardware, it just released the second generation of AirPods, and to go with them (or your originals), a wireless charging case. Airpods with Better Battery and Hey Siri We think the AirPods are great for convenience, especially if you’re an iPhone or iPad user. They travel well, turn themselves on, and pair more easily to your Apple devices than any other Bluetooth device. That’s...
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Business briefly: Apple refreshes iPad lineup, with larger entry-level model

Apple is refreshing its 7.9-inch iPad Mini, seen here, for the first time in more than three years. The Mini will have the same chip as the Air, along with support for the Apple Pencil stylus. But the Mini won’t have an optional keyboard attachment, unlike the new Air and Pro models. It will cost $399, more expensive than the larger, but older 9.7-inch iPad. (Courtesy of Apple) Apple has unveiled a new iPad that’s thinner and slightly larger than its current entry-level tablet.The new iPad Ai...
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Pssst, looking for the most discounted Apple products on Amazon?

‘Pssst,’ is our new service for you, in which we spend hours scouring the deep troughs of the web to get you the finest discounts. Apple. Not only do we all know the company, lots of us like it too. It’s also quite nice to say aloud, let’s give it a go: Apple. Apple apple apple. Apple; apple. Anyway, are you interested in the most heavily discounted Apple products? The best bargains? The most inexpensive devices? Those money-saving machines? We went through hundreds of Apple products on Amazon a...
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Apple's App Store fees are coming under increasing pressure from Spotify, Netflix, and regulators. Cutting them could lower its earnings by 10% next year. (AAPL)

Apple could lose billions of dollars in revenue and earnings if it's forced to cut the commissions it charges on sales through its app store, said analysts who cover the company. App-store fees charged by Apple, Google, and others like Steam have come under increasing pressure. Some developers have routed around them, and Spotify filed a competition complaint against Apple in Europe that focused in part on the iPhone maker's app-store fees. Should Apple have to cut its average overall commissi...
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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek's Statement On EU Anti-Competition Complaint Against Apple [FULL TEXT]

Spotify it has filed an anti-trust complaint against Apple with the European Commission. The complaint centers on the 30% Apple charges for app store subscriptions and purchases and polices that Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says,"deliberately disadvantage other app developers." The full text of Spotify CEO Daniel Ek's statement: My goal for Spotify is and has always been to reimagine the audio experience by giving consumers the best creativity and innovation we have to offer. For that to be...
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