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Latest Apple & Mac News
Apple this week released a slate of short ads promoting the Apple Watch. Jason Zigrino, who has supplied us with some great wallpapers in the past, came up with a huge collection of wallpapers based on the ads and their color schemes.
A new splash screen on the fourth-generation Apple TV informs users of a new “Live Tune-In” feature, which allows viewers to jump directly into the live streams of select apps, via their Siri Remote.
Earth Day is next Friday, April 22, and Apple is getting ready for the important celebration by “greening” it’s Apple retail stores around the globe.
Those who believe Apple intends to rename OS X to “MacOS” received some temporary encouragement, as Apple on Thursday posted a webpage that refers to the Mac operating system as “MacOS.” That reference has since been removed.
Apple’s ninth annual Environmental Responsibility Report reveals that its recycling program last year recovered 89 million pounds of materials. That included $40 million worth of gold!
DigiTimes reports a much-rumored new MacBook design could use hinges created with a metal injection molding process.
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The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team issued an alert on Thursday, which recommends Windows users who still have Apple’s QuickTime for Windows on their machines uninstall the software, as Apple is ending support for the app, and there are new newly discovered vulnerabilities in the app that will not be patched.
If you make way too much use of the new Apple TV’ s “What did he just say?” feature, you might want to take a closer look at the Aftermaster Pro, which claims to be the world’s first “personal remastering device.”
WTF? AMC May Soon Allow Texting in Some of its Theaters in Effort to Become More Attractive to Millennials (UPDATE: AMC Backs Off the Idea)
I like to stay in touch with the rest of the world as much as the next smartphone user, but AMC Entertainment – America’s biggest theater chain – is about to give this theater-goer one more good reason to invest in a great home theater setup and just stay home.
Apple is rapidly finding itself more and more involved in Washington D.C. goings on, and the Cupertino-based iPhone maker has hired Washington insider Cynthia Hogan to head their presence in the nation’s capital.
Now you can build the custom camera drone of your dreams, using the FlexBot DIY Camera-Drone Kit. It features 3D-printed components, and you can even sketch and print your own shells for a true custom look!
Apple will be cutting off support for the iTunes Allowances feature of iTunes. The feature allowed parents to automatically place money into their child’s iTunes account on a monthly basis.
The “Apple Watch 2” is widely expected to launch sometime in the second half of 2016, and that means the reports of Samsung and other component suppliers securing component orders for the device are beginning to trickle in.
CBS has become the latest video provider to make use of the Apple TV Universal Search API, allowing its popular lineup of shows to be included when a user performs a text or dictation search for content via their Siri Remote.