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Top Stories: Hands-On With 2020 iPad Pro and MacBook Air, iOS and PadOS 13.4 Released, iPhone 12 Delay?

After last week's flurry of product launches, Apple's new iPad Pro and MacBook Air have started to make their way into consumers' hands, and we've gone hands-on with both of them this week. Apple this week also released iOS and iPadOS 13.4 (as well as macOS, watchOS, and tvOS updates) with a number of new features and improvements. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. On the rumor side of things, we're starting to hear about the possibliity of a delayed launch of t...
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Zoom Updates iOS App to Stop Sending Data to Facebook

Zoom, a video conferencing app that many people are using at the current time to keep in touch with coworkers while working from home, was sending data to Facebook without disclosing the data sharing to customers. As of today, Zoom has updated its iOS app to remove the SDK that was providing data to Facebook through the Login with Facebook feature, according to Motherboard, the site that first discovered Zoom's data sharing practices. Zoom was providing Facebook with data that included when ...
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Apple Offering Curated Collections of TV Shows, Podcasts, Books, Movies and More Aimed at Families

Across the United States and other countries, adults and children alike are stuck in their homes for work, school, and more amid the ongoing pandemic, so Apple has is offering a collection of curated content across all of its apps that's aimed at families. In the Apple TV app, Apple has a Kids tab available that sorts TV shows and content by age, plus there are a number of children's shows on ‌Apple TV‌+, including "Snoopy in Space," "Helpsters" and "Ghostwriter." In Apple Music, curators ...
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Kuo Hath Said the ARM is Nigh

As far as Apple rumors go, the one that says ARM-powered Macs are coming isn’t particularly new. That said, whenever analyst Ming-Chi Kuo weighs in, rumors start to take on new shape given his track record of accurately calling trends. Kuo is now saying that Apple plans to launch several laptops and desktops with…Read more...
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Apple Extends Deadline for Several Upcoming App Requirements for Developers

Apple today announced that it is extending several deadlines that will eventually require apps to be built on SDKs designed for the most recent iOS and watchOS updates and incorporate iOS 13 features. Apple will not require developers to meet the below requirements until June 30, 2020. - Apps for iPhone or iPad must be built with the ‌iOS 13‌ SDK or later and use an Xcode storyboard to provide the app's launch screen. - ‌iPhone‌ apps must support all ‌iPhone‌ screens and all ‌iPad‌ apps must...
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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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Konami: “There’s No New Silent Hill Game!”

Gambling conglomerate Konami has disappointed horror fans by quashing rumors suggesting a new Silent Hill game may be coming, potentially leaving the franchise stranded in the other world for quite some time longer. The pachinko-making company has denied the rumors that were circulating earlier this year about a possible new entry into the cherished franchise […]
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Apple Donates Over 9 Million N95 Masks Stockpiled Because of California Wildfires

Apple over the weekend announced plans to donate millions of N95 masks to hospitals in the United States and Europe, and as it turns out, Apple had huge stores of masks on hand. According to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Apple donated over nine million N95 masks to healthcare professionals. Other tech companies like Facebook have also donated stockpiles of masks. For those wondering where all these N95 masks are coming from, it turns out that the state of California enacted a law requiring...
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Apple Helps Source Over 10 Million N95 Masks for Healthcare Providers in the U.S.

Apple over the weekend announced plans to donate millions of N95 masks to hospitals in the United States and Europe, and according to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple has been able to source more than 10 million N95 masks in the U.S. and millions more in Europe. Apple CEO ‌Tim Cook‌ said on Saturday that Apple was aiming to donate supplies to healthcare providers fighting COVID-19, and clarified today that Apple's ops teams are working to find and purchase masks from Apple's supply chain in coordina...
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Mobile Networks in Multiple Countries Display 'Stay Home' Message When Users Connect to Cellular Instead of WiFi

iPhone users in several countries who disconnect from WiFi on their devices will see a "Stay Home" message at the top of the Control Center where cellular network information is displayed. Image via Matt Navarra According to reports on Twitter, the status bar messages are showing up in countries that include Germany, Belgium, United Arab Emirates, Peru, Turkey, India, Luxembourg, Romania, Indonesia, Nigeria, and more. The message appears when WiFi is toggled off in the Control Center, causi...
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2020 iPad Pro Unboxing Videos and First Impressions

The first unboxing videos for the new iPad Pro have hit YouTube. This article, "2020 iPad Pro Unboxing Videos and First Impressions" first appeared on MacRumors.com in our forums
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Original 1978 Apple Computer Retail Sign With Iconic Rainbow Logo Being Auctioned Off

An original Apple Computer Inc. sign created around 1978 with Apple's well-known rainbow logo is set to be auctioned off later this week. Measuring in at four feet by five feet, the sign is said to be one of the earliest Apple retail signs and was displayed by an Apple authorized reseller who first learned about Apple after attending a 1976 computer conference. The sign is yellowed and the description says there are "a few surface marks," but overall, the rainbow colors are said to be bright...
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App Store Expanding to 20 New Countries

The App Store is expanding to 20 new countries in the near future, Apple informed developers this afternoon.Thanks to the creativity and innovation of developers like you, the ‌App Store‌ has become much more than the world's safest marketplace. It's grown into a vibrant platform with great apps that influence culture and change lives, with over half a billion visitors each week. This wide-reaching platform has helped generate over $155 billion in developer earnings -- just from sales of apps an...
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App Store Expanding to 20 New Countries [Updated]

The App Store is expanding to 20 new countries in the near future, Apple informed developers this afternoon.Thanks to the creativity and innovation of developers like you, the ‌App Store‌ has become much more than the world's safest marketplace. It's grown into a vibrant platform with great apps that influence culture and change lives, with over half a billion visitors each week. This wide-reaching platform has helped generate over $155 billion in developer earnings -- just from sales of apps an...
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Apple Watch Now Excluded From U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Goods

Apple in November asked the U.S. government to exclude the Apple Watch, AirPods, HomePod, and iPhone components from tariffs on goods imported from China, and the ‌Apple Watch‌ has been exempted. According to Bloomberg, the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday approved a tariff waiver for Apple's wrist worn device. A 15 percent tariff on a long list of products imported from China went into effect on September 1, though it was halved on February 15 after an initial trade deal was established....
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Cook, Mac, China, Tim Cook, Rumors, Apple Watch, Bloomberg the U S Trade


Apple Slaps Up to 10% Price Increase on Built-to-Order Mac Configurations in Many Countries

Sometime during all the launch hype of last week's new MacBook Air and iPad Pro, Apple quietly increased the prices of almost all Mac build-to-order options on its regional online stores outside the United States. In Canada, Europe, Australia, and many parts of Asia, customers configuring any new ‌MacBook Air‌, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro or Mac mini now face paying approximately 10 percent more for each component upgrade than they did prior to last Wednesday. In the U.K. for exampl...
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Top Stories: New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Powerbeats, and More

With no March media event in the works, Apple this week rolled out a number of product updates including updated iPad Pro models with dual cameras, a LiDAR scanner, and a Magic Keyboard accessory with trackpad. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. On the Mac side, we got an updated MacBook Air and storage-bumped Mac mini models, as well as new Powerbeats earphones, so check out the video above and read on for all of our coverage on those topics and more. New iPad...
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Oprah Shuts Down Wild Rumor She Was Arrested for Sex Trafficking, Adding to Her Rough 2020

It’s not been a great 2020 for Oprah so far. And it doesn’t seem to be getting any better with the latest mess she’s been dragged into. Oprah’s name began trending earlier Tuesday morning (and continues to trend) after a wild rumor that the media mogul had been arrested for sex trafficking started to spread on the internet. According to the rumor, Oprah’s estate in Boca Raton, Florida was raided by police and led to the 66-year-old’s arrest for sex trafficking. The rumor was so outrageous and ga...
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AltConf Alternative WWDC Event for Developers Canceled in 2020

AltConf, which is a popular alternative conference for developers that takes place at the same time as Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, has been canceled for 2020 following Apple's announcement that WWDC is set to be a digital only event. AltConf is designed for developers who are unable to get a ticket to WWDC, and typically, there's an event in San Jose along with satellite events around the world. AltConf organizer Rob Elkin yesterday announced the official cancelation of AltConf ...
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Leaked Apple Product Listings Suggest Refreshed iPad Pros Are Coming Soon

The iPad Pro hasn’t gotten a major update since October of 2018, which means they’re overdue for a refresh. And if a recent spate of product listings are any indication, there’s a good chance that revamped iPad Pros could arrive quite soon. Read more...
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Classicbot Debuts New 'iBoy' Retro iPod Toy

Classicbot, known for its line of Apple-inspired plush toys and figurines like the iBot G3, today introduced its newest figurine, the iBoy, which has been designed as an homage to Apple's 2001 iPod Classic. Available for pre-order on Kickstarter, the iBoy, created by designer Philip Lee, is a cross between a robot and an iPod with a functional rotating click wheel, a mirror-like chrome finish on the back, antenna formed from EarPods, and magnetic arms. There are no electronic parts inside ...
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Report: Apple Plans to Release Cheap iPhone 9 Plus With Touch ID This Spring

Code snippets in iOS 14 appear to show that Apple is working on an iPhone 9 Plus to complement the budget model iPhone 9 rumored to be in development, 9to5Mac reported on Monday.Read more...
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Eight Apple Products and Services Make Fortune's List of Top 100 'Greatest Designs of Modern Times'

Fortune today published a list of the 100 "greatest designs of modern times," featuring products that have made people's lives simpler, better, and more stylish. Apple's iPhone, which first came out in 2007 and has since been updated every year, made the number one spot on the list for the way that it has "transformed human communication" and impacted almost every aspect of our lives."An iPod, a phone, an Internet communicator" was how the late Steve Jobs announced the ‌iPhone‌ to the world i...
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Top Stories: WWDC Goes Digital-Only, Huge iOS 14 Leaks, Apple Store Closures, and Mac Notebook Rumors

It was a massive week for news and rumors, led by Apple officially announcing that this year's WWDC will be a digital-only event due to the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic. Apple is also closing all of its retail stores outside of China for the next two weeks. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. On the rumor front, there were a ton of iOS 14 leaks this week, while we also heard some rumors from several sources about upcoming notebook updates, so check ...
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Oilers News & Rumors: Smith, McDavid, Slepyshev, More

In an Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, there is news on the status of Mike Smith’s negotiations with the Oilers, Connor McDavid and Kailer Yamamoto are both back in for the Oilers versus the Winnipeg Jets and there is news about contract extension talk between the Oilers and forward Riley Sheahan. Finally, is Anton Slephyshev making a return to the NHL, more specifically, to the Oilers? Mike Smith and Edmonton Talking Extension? As per Elliotte Friedman, “I don’t think that’s the ...
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Pixel 4A Price Leaks at $400: Here's Everything Else We Know

Over the past few weeks, rumors about Google’s next mid-range phone—the Pixel 4a—have been slowly trickling out. Now, a new leak has pegged the price of the Pixel 4a at $400, which means it’s a good time to rundown everything we know about the phone so far. Read more...
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Hotter Cadillac CT5-V Spotted With Manual Transmission

Cadillac’s CT5-V debuted so far away from its predecessor that you have to wonder what the brand’s marketing team was thinking. Whereas the CTS-V represented a monumental jump in performance over the CTS, its modern-day replacement barely offers more than the Premium Luxury trim with an upgraded engine option. Stepping out of the CT5 and into V territory […] The post Hotter Cadillac CT5-V Spotted With Manual Transmission appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Apple Watch may feature blood oxygen detection in the future

Apple may be working on expanding the health capabilities of its Apple Watch series by adding the ability to detect blood oxygen levels. The feature was spotted in a code snippet of iOS 14, indicating that Apple is developing a new health notification based on the blood oxygen measurement. For reference, a blood oxygen level of 95% to 100% is considered to be normal while below 95% is considered abnormal (also known as Hypoxemia). Low blood oxygen levels can lead to Hypoxia which can cause ...
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Top Stories: 14-Inch MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Mini Refreshes, and New AirPods on Horizon?

Rumors about upcoming Apple products are increasing as we head into March, even as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to cause uncertainty about the timing. An entry-level "iPhone SE 2" or "iPhone 9" is widely expected in the near future, and it looks like iPad Pro, iMac, and Mac mini updates may also be coming. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Looking out a bit further, noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared his thoughts on products coming through the end of 2021 t...
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SXSW 2020 Canceled Due to Coronavirus Concerns

South by Southwest (SXSW), a major annual event that features film festivals, interactive media, music festivals, and conferences, has been canceled, the city of Austin announced today. SXSW was set to take place from March 13 to March 22. Austin has declared a health emergency, and SXSW has been canceled on the advice of local health experts who have warned that it could cause COVID-19 to spread. SXSW event organizers say they're exploring options to reschedule and are working to provide a...
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