Apple releases iOS 10.3, macOS Sierra 10.12.4, tvOS 10.2 and watchOS 3.2 — here’s what’s new

Apple has introduced updates for its all of its major operating systems, releasing iOS 10.3, macOS Sierra 10.12.4, tvOS 10.2 and watchOS 3.2. The latest versions add new features, improve the user experience and fix a number of bugs. On the iPhone and iPad front, the biggest addition in iOS 10.3 is the support for locating AirBuds through Find My iPhone. The OS can display the current or last-known location and lets you play sounds through the earbuds to help you find them more quickly. Siri also gets some attention, as in iOS 10.3 it lets you schedule rides through… [Continue Reading]


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How Apple will convince us to love the dongle

 Hi and welcome to my obligatory hot take on the nearly-confirmed no-headphone-jack iPhones we’re about to see rolling out of Apple. I’m not an absolute fan of this idea but we’ve seen this sort of behavior from Apple before – most notably the move from the 30-pin dock jack that probably caused a bit of an e-waste problem, forcing users and most notably hotels to… Read More


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This Is the Lifehacker Pack: Essential Apps and Downloads for All Your Devices

Over the past two weeks we have, like we do every year, given you a snapshot of the essential apps, extensions, and downloads we think every user of every major platform should try. Miss one? Here they all are, in one tidy package.Read more…


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Pearl RearVision adds a backup camera to any old car

 As of 2018, all new passenger vehicles will be required by NHTSA to have rear visibility technology. This only applies to shiny new cars rolling off the assembly line, but that doesn’t mean vehicles made before the mandate are doomed to run over forgotten bikes and recycle bins. There are plenty of aftermarket rearview cameras available, including one from the guys who brought you… Read More


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How to Revoke Pokémon Go’s Extensive Permissions to Your Google Account

Everyone’s stoked about Pokémon Go, but if you’re a privacy conscious player on iOS, you might not like the fact that Pokémon Go (and Ingress
, for that matter) has complete access to everything in your Google account
. Good news though, you can revoke that access.Read more…


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With iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, Apple drops support for many older Macs, iPhones and iPads

With Apple’s software announcements today, the focus has been on what is new and exciting. But with (just about) any operating system update, there is a darker side: the older devices that slip into oblivion, never to be updated again. It’s no different with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. On the mobile front, Apple is giving up on the A5 chip, meaning that a number iPhones and iPads are not going to support the latest version of iOS. It’s a similar story for Mac and MacBook owners — older devices simply aren’t going to get the goodies. The official list… [Continue Reading]


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FileMaker 15 launches with support for Apple’s latest hardware features

2196293650_56807c078d_o FileMaker, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, makes it easy for those without any programming knowledge as well as experienced programmers to build line-of-business apps for the iPhone, iPad, Windows PC and Mac. The product has been around since the 1980s (back then it was called Nutshell), but has evolved ever since. With the release of this latest version, FileMaker now supports new… Read More


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Apple tells developers watchOS apps must work without an iPhone

Apple has announced to developers that, starting June 1, all watchOS apps submitted for inclusion in the App Store must be native apps based on watchOS 2 SDK. What this means in practice is that Apple Watch apps must function without an iPhone. This is something that has plagued wearables from other manufacturers — including Samsung — and the new rules will almost certainly go down well with consumers. Ultimately this should lead to an improvement in the quality of Apple Watch apps, as developers will be forced to build in more functionality. It’s not, however, all good news. The… [Continue Reading]


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