Ulysses writing app update bringing full-featured side-by-side editor to iPad and improved blog integration


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The popular writing app for Mac and iOS, Ulysses, is set to launch a new update next week that will bring what the company calls the world’s first “full-featured split view editing on iPad.” Also arriving with the update is expanded support for publishing directly to blogs.

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iOS 13 concept visualizes many of the features Apple expected to unveil at WWDC


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A new iOS 13 concept shared today by Álvaro Pabesio visualizes what Apple’s next mobile operating system could bring based on many of the real expectations we have for the update. That includes a desktop extension feature for Mac/iPad, revamped Mail, Reminders, a fresh volume HUD, Dark Mode, and more.

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How to invert the display colors on your Mac


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Want to invert the display colors on your Mac? Read on for three ways to turn on this accessibility feature.

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Latest Apple Pay deal offers $1 tacos at Taco Bell


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A new Apple Pay promo has arrived, this time highlighting ways to order food with ease along with a deal at Taco Bell for $1 tacos.

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Apple stops signing iOS 12.2 after public release of iOS 12.3


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Apple has today stopped signing iOS 12.2 following last week’s release of iOS 12.3 to the public. That means users are no longer able downgrade to the previous 12.2 release from devices that are already running iOS 12.3.

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Apple stops signing iOS 12.2 after public release of iOS 12.3


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Apple has today stopped signing iOS 12.2 following last week’s release of iOS 12.3 to the public. That means users are no longer able downgrade to the previous 12.2 release from devices that are already running iOS 12.3.

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First 8-core MacBook Pro performance gains spotted in Geekbench results


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The first Geekbench results have landed today for the new 8-core MacBook Pro. Both the single-core and multi-core scores show improvements for the new notebook over the last generation MacBook Pro, with the multi-core result coming close to Apple’s claim of up to 40% faster performance.

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Plex update brings improved iOS controls and Apple TV audio features, more


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Plex is out today with an update to several platforms including iOS, Apple TV, and the web. iOS now has improved controls like a new volume UI, while Plex users on Apple TV gain features like gapless playback, soft pauses, enhancements to Hi-Quality playback, and more.

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Spansive’s Source wirelessly charges four smartphones at a time, even through thick cases and PopSockets


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Spansive, a newcomer to the wireless charging market is out today with a unique product aimed at families and households with multiple smartphones. The new Source Qi wireless charger can power up to six devices at once, four wirelessly, and two via USB. Read on for all the details on this new charging solution.

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How to tell which apps are draining your iPhone battery


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Do you find your iPhone battery running out of power quickly? Read on for how to tell which apps are draining your iPhone battery the most.

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WWDC iOS app updated with customizable neon icons and new stickers


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After sending out WWDC invites to the press today, Apple has updated its iOS app for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference with customizable neon icons, new stickers, and more.

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League of Legends, the most popular PC game, is being developed for iOS and Android


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Tencent and Riot Games are reportedly developing a mobile version of the highly popular multiplayer online battle arena game League of Legends. The release isn’t expected this year, but an iOS and Android version could offer a boost for the franchise, particularly in Asian countries.

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Report: DOJ ready to block T-Mobile and Sprint merger despite FCC green light


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On Monday, T-Mobile and Sprint scored a win in the efforts to make their merger a reality by getting the verbal approval of FCC chairman, Ajit Pai. However, getting DOJ approval was still uncertain. Today, Justice Department staff have recommended the deal be blocked.

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How to print contact info to envelopes, lists, and labels on Mac


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If you’re working on planning an event like a wedding, party, or something similar it’s handy to be able to print out addresses and other contact info to lists, labels, and envelopes. Read on for how to print from the Contacts app on Mac.

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Apple expands Keyboard Service Program to include 2018 MacBook Pro and current MacBook Air


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After seeing lots of complaints from MacBook users with 2016 and later butterfly keyboards, Apple has today expanded its keyboard service program to cover the 2018 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks. The company is also using a new material in the third-gen butterfly keyboard that it claims should resolve issues like missed key presses and double key-presses.

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Even Huawei propagandists attacking Apple over Trump ban tweet from the iPhone


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Both Apple and Huawei are entangled in the US and China trade war as tensions have grown over the last few weeks. A ‘Boycott Apple’ movement has gained steam in China, and many in the country are singing the praises of local tech giant Huawei while Trump has banned the company’s products. The latest example is a Chinese diplomat who has attacked Apple on Twitter saying Huawei has “cut Apple into pieces” but hilariously, he did it from an iPhone.

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Carrot Weather iOS update brings lightning, storm cell, and custom notifications, critical alerts, more


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Snarky and sassy Carrot Weather is receiving a major update today with a slew of new features. Headlining this release are new lightning, storm cell, astronomy, and custom notifications, critical alerts for life-threatening weather, a new paid tier, and more.

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How to check if your MacBook Pro is eligible for a free display backlight repair


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Are you having issues with the backlight on your 13-inch MacBook Pro display? You may be eligible for a free repair with Apple’s Display Backlight Service Program. Read on below for more…

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Hyper’s 130W, 27000 mAh portable USB-C battery and 6-in-1 iPad Pro USB-C Hub now available


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Two of Hyper’s Apple accessories saw big success on Kickstarter last year, the HyperJuice 130W USB-C Battery that charges any device, including the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and the HyperDrive USB-C Hub for iPad Pro. Now, both products are available for purchase after the successful crowdfunding campaigns.

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FCC chairman gives green light to T-Mobile and Sprint merger, but DOJ anti-trust concerns remain


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T-Mobile and Sprint have faced delays, setbacks, and uncertainty as the two US carriers have sought merger approval over the last year. Today the two companies have scored a big win in their merger efforts, receiving the approval of FCC chairman Ajit Pai, but DOJ approval is still uncertain.

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