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Briefly: IBM welcomes Macs; GM adding CarPlay, Android Auto to Chevy

06/03, 5:26pm

IBM allows works to select Mac notebooks as workstation options

Only a few months into the program, The Apple and IBM enterprise alliance has already scored one major client, a company that could become the world's largest Mac-supporting business outside of Apple itself: IBM. Big Blue last week decided to practice what it preaches, and embrace the changes that have come about in corporate workplaces since the introduction of the "Bring Your Own Device" movement. A new memo announced that workers could opt for a MacBook Pro or Air when updating or getting a new workstation device.


Apple grabs exclusive launch of Showtime app with no subscription

06/03, 2:47pm

Rival movie and original programming service launches three months after HBO Now

Three months after HBO announced an Apple-exclusive trial for its HBO Now on-demand streaming app that did not require an existing cable or satellite subscription, CBS has announced that it will do the same for its own premium movie and original programming cable channel, Showtime. A new Showtime app for iOS and Apple TV will launch on July 12, and cost $11 per month following a 30-day free trial.


Apple's Cook addresses personal, tech privacy issues in speech

06/03, 12:24pm

Speaks strongly against government, tech firms data collection practices

Even as the Republican-dominated US Senate passed a measure attempting to restore some -- but not all -- of the government's bulk data-collection powers (which expired on Monday), Apple CEO Tim Cook reiterated his role as America's leading corporate pro-privacy advocate by speaking via teleconferencing at an event hosted by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, where he was honored as one of America's "Champions of Freedom."


Citing slight risk of fire, Apple recalls Beats Pill XL speakers

06/03, 10:29am

System set up for full refund of purchase price for customers

Apple today announced a voluntary recall of Beats Pill XL speakers, including a refund for customers. Apple has determined that, in rare cases, the battery in the Beats Pill XL may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. The recall does not affect any other Beats or Apple products.


Apple support document confirms Apple TV at core of HomeKit network

06/03, 9:11am

Apple TV not mandatory, but necessary to control devices remotely

Confirming speculation, Apple has posted a support document for HomeKit which spells out that a third generation Apple TV can be used as a hub for a system. With an Apple TV as a central point, users can control HomeKit devices while away from the home network with an iOS device.


Living With: Apple Watch

06/03, 7:33am

One month of wrist talking with Apple's new gadget

As I write this, it is one month to the day since my Apple Watch arrived -- and I only know that because I looked it up. It simultaneously feels like I have always had one and that it is still a new toy. Those two things can't both be true, but they are and really it just means I am firmly in that time when I just don't appreciate that I'm actually a lucky git for having one.


Game Center outage hits some users throughout Tuesday

06/03, 2:15am

Longer disruption follows series of selected iCloud, store downtimes

Following a series of short but widespread iCloud and online storefront-related outages, Apple's Game Center has been down since early Tuesday afternoon (Pacific TIme), and as of late Tuesday has still not yet been resolved. According to the company's system status page, every area of Apple's online services saw some level of outage on Tuesday, with a morning disruption of Siri, Apple Pay, storefront, and iCloud services followed by a second disruption of the online stores in the early evening.


Forums: Mavericks sharing preferences and more

06/02, 5:09pm

Mavericks sharing preferences and more

Late last week in the MacNN forums, Fresh-Faced Recruit "JB1000" had some questions about the sharing preferences in Mavericks, but has yet to find a solution. Today "andi*pandi" has been trying to figure out how to synch sms messages across iPhone and iPad, assuming that they would synch automatically after upgrading to 8.3.


Apple deals: iPods, iPads and iMacs

06/02, 5:08pm

iPods, iPads and iMacs

This week at Apple's online store, save on a selection of refurbished items from iPods to iMacs. A $30 price cut is offered on the refurbished 5th generation 16GB iPod touch, which has been reduced to $149 from $179. The 32GB 5th generation touch has been cut to $199, while the 64GB configuration has seen a $60 drop to $239.


Apple Game Roundup: XCOM 2, App Store tweak, Heroes of the Storm [u]

06/02, 3:10pm

Apple Game Roundup for June 2

[Update: Heroes of the Storm is out for OS X] On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. In today's entry we look at the announcement of XCOM 2, a tweak to the way Apple displays content in the App Store, and the coming release of Raceline CC and Radical Rappelling.


Apple updates Apple Events channel, adds NatGeo to Apple TV

06/02, 2:57pm

Apple Events re-added for live stream of the WWDC keynote June 8

Apple on Tuesday re-activated its Apple Events channel for Apple TV owners ahead of the just-confirmed live stream of the Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, scheduled for 10AM PT on Monday, June 8. In addition, the company added a new channels from National Geographic, combining content from both the NatGeo channel as well as the NatGeo Wild channel that includes full shows, documentaries, and more.


HomeKit-compatible smart products now hitting marketplace

06/02, 1:06pm

Elgato, iHome, Insteon, Lutron, others make first announcements on new products

First announced roughly a year ago, the first products taking advantage of Apple's HomeKit home-automation technology are, as expected, now hitting the market. Among the offerings soon to appear at retail are a "smartplug" electrical outlet adapter from iHome, air quality and energy-use sensors from Elgato, and a range of lighting kits to add HomeKit functionality from Lutron. Insteon, Ecobee, and General Electric have also made announcements.


Briefly: iCloud issues, Apple Pay adds another 12 institutions [u]

06/02, 12:14pm

Apple not yet acknowledging connection issues with for some users

[Updated with new information] Although the system status page for Apple's services continues to report no issues, some users are experiencing issues with, the App Store and other aspects of the service. General syncing seems to be working, but developers are also reporting issues with CloudKit Dashboard. Some users, including MacNN staffers, have reported problems with app updates and iCloud mail accounts as well.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 17: The Write Stuff

06/02, 7:47am

New Summer Project, MacKeeper lawsuit, Google I/O make for busy week

It's been a big week here at MacNN, covering all the announcements from Google's I/O conference. You might think this wouldn't have much of interest to Apple users, but luckily, episode 17 of the MacNN Podcast is here to sort it all out. Google brought many of its announcements to platforms other than its own, capped off with a new web- and iOS-based Photos program to rival the recently-released one for Mac and iOS from Apple itself, which we talk about and compare.


Briefly: Chlorine leak at NC data center, woman dumps rare Apple I

06/01, 5:42pm

Five people injured at Apple data center due to likely water treatment incident

While details are sparse, five people were injured in a chlorine leak that occurred at the Apple data center in Maiden, North Carolina on Monday, according to local news reports. The leak was reported about 2:30PM ET, and may have been connected to a water purification system. The 183-acre facility, which Apple has run since 2010, is one of the largest data centers -- and renewable energy farms -- in the United States.


Pre-2014 Macs vulnerable to potential firmware attack

06/01, 4:18pm

Conditions needed to make exploit work are untenable, but possible

A new vulnerability -- albeit one that is extremely unlikely to happen "in the wild" -- has been discovered by security researcher Pedro Vilaca, where a flaw in pre-2014 Macs could conceivably allow an attacker access to a portion of OS X that has access to the Mac's Open Firmware and EFI (what PC users might call the BIOS of the machine) and possibly exploit other vulnerabilities to perhaps overwrite it with malicious firmware.


Daily Deals: iPad mini 2, 3D printer, $40 Beats earphones

06/01, 2:48pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 1, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN and Electronista scour online retailers for discounts, bundles, offers, and sales on hardware and software for you, the discerning reader. Just a new collection of deals today, as the slate has been cleaned of last week's offers, with the new batch including Beats urBears earphones, an iPad mini 2, and a Cube 3D printer.


Apple Watch: bands in stores, shipping time down, Watch to 512K Mac

06/01, 2:27pm

Availability of bands for Apple Watch improves even as in-store sales remain non-existant

Though in-store sales of Apple Watch models are expected to begin soon, it is currently near-impossible to get one's hands on an Apple Watch without either ordering it online from Apple or visiting one of a handful of high-end fashion boutiques around Europe. Bands for the Watch, however, continue to become more available -- with a spot check of stores in the US showing that sport bands and Leather Loop models are now very widely available.


Cook donates 50,000 AAPL shares to unnamed charity

06/01, 12:21pm

Apple CEO's gift currently worth $6.56 million, according to SEC

A new SEC filing by Apple has revealed that CEO Tim Cook donated 50,000 shares of Apple stock to an unnamed organization, which if sold now would be worth more than $6.56 million. Cook donated the shares out of his personal holdings of AAPL, and was required to file an SEC Form 4 to disclose the transfer, but did not specify which charity has received the gift. Cook has tended to donate to social justice and LGBT organizations.


Pointers: Exchanging Glances (Apple Watch)

06/01, 7:25am

Get rid of unwanted Glances and reorder the ones you want

Glances are like the Notification Center of iPhones, except you actually remember to use them. When your watch face is on, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, and you get extra information. Swipe left and right and get others, tap in the center, and you go off to the related Apple Watch app. Couldn't be simpler, and probably shouldn't be simpler, but there is a problem.


Briefly: HomeKit gadgets to ship next week, new Manhattan Apple Store

05/29, 5:46pm

First HomeKit accessories said to ship just prior to Worldwide Developers Conference

Just ahead of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off June 8, a number of manufacturers are set to announce the first HomeKit-compatible products arriving at retail, according to sources. The home-automation technology allows common household products such as lighting systems, environment systems, alarms, doors, and other items to be controlled through iOS app and Siri.


Forums: MacBook Air strange issues and more

05/29, 4:21pm

MacBook Air strange issues and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members help each other troubleshoot MacBook Air problems, storage issues and more. Mac Elite "And.reg" is still trying to figure out what is going on with his MacBook Air after reporting strange issues months ago. Forum goers continue to assist Mac Elite "jeff k" with trying to figure out why his notebook is telling him he has no more room on his hard drive to update the OS.


Apple deals: up to $600 off MacBook Pros

05/29, 4:20pm

up to $600 off MacBook Pros

At Apple's online store today, save up to $600 on refurbished MacBook Pro models. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.5GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive has seen a $270 price cut to $829. A $340 price cut drops the cost on the refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.6GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of flash storage down to $1,359.


Hands On: Google Photos 1.0.0 (iOS)

05/29, 4:08pm

You will swap to this from Apple Photos – but think it through first

It's not as if Apple owns the rights to the word "photos," but with the new Google Photos 1.0.0 for iOS launch, there are going to be some short but confusing conversations. Are you going to store your photos in Photos or in Photos? Look into Google's offering, and you will immediately decide to move to it -- but if you look even a tiny bit further, the decision is less clear. We think Google has big and compelling advantages, but Apple has some too -- and in the end, the best result may be that both companies force each other to get better.


Apple Game Roundup: Subject 13 launch, Chivalry Community Fest, more

05/29, 2:42pm

Apple Game Roundup for May 29

On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. In today's entry we look at the launch of Subject 13, increased legendary drop rates in Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel, the Chivalry: Medieval Community Fest, and a unique achievement in Invisible, Inc.


Briefly: Apple retakes top brand from Google, best service from CR

05/29, 11:57am

Apple once again top global brand, with 'brand value' at $247 billion

With a staggering "brand value" growth rate over the last decade of 1,446 percent, Apple was again awarded the "top global brand" for the fourth time in the last five years in the latest BrandZ brand value report by marketers Millward Brown. Google had captured the top spot away from Apple last year, but the iPhone maker's stellar sales performance over the past year saw its "brand value" rise 67 percent to $247 billion, compared to an overall brand value rise of 14 percent in 2015, and 126 percent over the last 10 years.


Man fined $120 for using Apple Watch while driving

05/28, 7:00pm

Law unclear on whether new device is Bluetooth accessory or hand-held device

A man in Quebec, Canada has been ticketed with a potential fine of $120 for using his Apple Watch to manually change songs remotely on his nearby iPhone, sparking a debate about whether the Watch can be as distracting as the smartphone it ostensibly replaces in such situations, and opening a discussion about the nature of "no handheld devices while driving" laws which are widespread throughout North America. Defendant Jeffrey Macesin, who admits the case will clarify the existing law, is contesting the citation.


Appeals court slams Bromwich, but denies Apple request for replacement

05/28, 6:30pm

Notes court-appointed monitor acted outside remit, but refuses to appoint new one

The Second US Circuit Court of Appeals handed Apple a minor defeat on Thursday in its fight to both get rid of the antitrust "watchdog" a biased lower court had appointed for it, as well as overturn the earlier court ruling entirely. In a decision on the fate of Michael Bromwich, a personal friend of the original trial judge Denise Cote who Apple has argued is not qualified in antitrust and who has attempted to conduct investigations outside his remit, the court decided that while there was evidence of abuse, Bromwich can stay in place until the court decides on Apple's overall appeal.


Apple buys German augmented-reality firm Metaio

05/28, 4:29pm

May be part of rumored Maps revamp, offer AR options to street-level views

Apple has bought out the assets and technology of Volkswagen-created augmented reality (AR) firm Metaio, which developed AR-enhanced business and product-oriented interactive software for websites and companies. The acquisition is not the first of Apple's buyouts of AR firms, which use live video from cameras and overlay graphics or information to supplement what can be seen -- from instantly translating a sign into one's native language to noting the business hours and ratings of a business.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 16: Money (and Touch ID) changes everything

05/28, 7:20am

The newest hardware, trends in industry, and possible Photoshop errors are our topics

Thanks to a combination of the Memorial Day weekend in the US (and bank holiday long weekend in the UK) along with continent-spanning long travel days for your MacNN editor, the process of putting the final touches on this week's episode of the growing-nicely and award-eligible MacNN Podcast was delayed by a couple of days, for which we apologize. As usual, we spent time on the weekend reviewing the top tech stories of the week, and bringing you our analysis.


CBS CEO: Discussions with Apple over streaming an 'ongoing discussion'

05/27, 1:46pm

Apple deal to 'change the universe' likely to be made; holdup 'money'

CBS CEO Les Moonves, speaking at the Code Conference, all but confirmed Apple's television service. Citing a meeting held with Apple media chairman Eddy Cue, the broadcast TV executive said that CBS would "probably" sign a deal with Cupertino, as they are "very excited about it" with the only sticking point being licensing fees.


Apple replaces flawed discoveryd in new OS X 10.10.4 beta release

05/26, 5:27pm

New update resolves most networking issues induced by new networking routine

Apple has replaced the controversial "discoveryd" networking routine with the older "mDNSResponder" in the latest beta of OS X 10.10.4, released today. In our brief testing with the beta, we had all of our sporadic networking issues resolved on an afflicted MacBook Pro Retina i7 2012 model, as well as on a 2014-era Mac mini.


Apple Game Roundup: Telltale comes to GOG, Pac-Man turns 35, more

05/26, 4:17pm

Apple Game Roundup for May 26

On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. In today's entry we look at the Telltale Games collection coming to GOG, the 35th anniversary update to Pac-Man for iOS, the latest Overwatch character reveal, and Terra Battle's new update.


Ex-GT Advanced AZ Apple facility suffers roof fire, cause unknown

05/26, 3:21pm

Fire out, no injuries; Damage appears extensive

The Apple facility in Mesa, Arizona -- formerly owned by GT Advanced -- had a roof fire earlier today, over a loading dock. The fire is currently contained, and for the moment, appears to have been limited to portions of the roof and solar installation only. Firefighters from three stations were called to fight the fire, which required the evacuation of 12 people from inside the facility.


Jony Ive promoted to Chief Design Officer at Apple

05/26, 10:31am

Promotion frees Ive from managerial duties, increases travel

Jony Ive has received a promotion at Apple, from his position as Senior Vice President of Design to the newly-created Chief Design Officer. The move to the company's third C-level executive, alongside CFO Luca Maestri and CEO Tim Cook, will allow Ive to delegate his existing roles to other long-standing Apple employees while still exercising creative control, without the added work of administration and management.


Forums: Hard drive full query, hide the toolbar suggestions, and more

05/26, 8:50am

hard drive full? hide the toolbar? and more

Early today in the MacNN forums, Mac Elite "jeff k" was trying to do an OS update on his Mac, and was informed that he didn't have enough space left to do that. After examining the situation, he believes he does have the space, but can't figure out why his computer thinks otherwise. A few days ago, Mac Elite "rotuts" was looking for a way to change all folders to "hide toolbar", and received some useful advice.


Apple deals: up to $350 off iMacs

05/26, 8:46am

up to $350 off iMacs

At Apple's online store today, find savings of up to $350 off refurbished iMacs. The refurbished 21.5-inch iMac with a 1.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive has been reduced by $170 to $929. A $230 discount drops the price on the refurbished 21.5-inch iMac with a 2.9GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive down to $1,269.


Daily Deals: Long Weekend Edition

05/25, 11:12am

MacNN and Electronista deals for the Memorial Day weekend

Hello and welcome to an unusual edition of Daily Deals. Typically, the staff of MacNN and Electronista do not provide a deals post on a Saturday or Sunday, but since retailers are offering sales over this three-day weekend, we're making an exception. As well as a recap of the still-active deals from earlier this week, we've been adding new deals to the list throughout the weekend, with the most recent deals added this morning at 12:50APM EDT, so you can make the most of your money.


First Look: 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro with Force Touch, new GPU

05/25, 7:12am

Refreshed 15-inch MacBook Pro brings welcome upgrades

Apple has given the 15-inch MacBook Pro a refresh, giving it a fresh lease of life. Unusually, however, it does not include an upgrade to its Intel Core i7 quad-core CPU. Due to delays with Intel's quad-core "Broadwell" parts, the new 15-inch MacBook Pro continues with a fourth-generation quad-core Core i7 part clocked at 2.5GHz. It does however, include some substantial upgrades elsewhere. This new model now features the all-new Force Touch trackpad that debuted on the new 12-inch MacBook with Retina display, and which is also found on the recently refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro. It also gains much faster PCIe flash storage, but more importantly, its aging Nvidia Ge Force GT 750M has been replaced with a much faster and all-new AMD R9 M370X.


Apple television service held up by local programming demand?

05/23, 1:21pm

Will it really cause a delay?

More rumors about Apple's television service, citing unnamed sources outside of Apple, indicates the possibility that Cupertino is seeking local programming for inclusion in the upcoming steaming service for Apple TV. The service, often compared to Dish Network's Sling, will reportedly allow live broadcast shows and commercials to be viewed on any Apple device. The service has yet to be officially announced, if it exists at all. Apple has been rumored to say something about it at the WWDC conference in June with release later in the year, but the prospect of local content being added has analysts predicting release will be delayed.


AT&T to drop two-year contracts through third-party sellers

05/22, 3:57pm

Default outside carrier's stores now becomes Next installment program

AT&T, one of the US' largest carriers, has opted to make a significant change to its arrangements with third-party resellers of its services, including franchises and agents such as Apple, Walmart, and others. All non-company stores will be restricted from offering any two-year contracts in the traditional format with an up-front down payment, though AT&T company stores and its own online site will continue to offer contracts. Instead, retailers will have to offer the AT&T Next option, where buyers pay the cost of the phone alongside the monthly service plan fees.


Apple Game Roundup: Game of Thrones, Heroes of the Storm, more

05/22, 2:29pm

Apple Game Roundup for May 22

On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. In today's entry, we look at the release date for Telltale's Game of Thrones Episode 4, the launch of Heroes of the Storm's public beta, a progress update for Shadowrun: Hong Kong, a new Surprise Attack game collection from Humble Bundle, and the latest character video for Overwatch.


Daily Deals: ViewSonic Projector, Acer Chromebook, iTunes credit

05/22, 2:20pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for May 22, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN and Electronista scour online retailers for discounts, offers, sales, and bundles on hardware, software, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. Our last recap of the week follows after the new batch of deals, including a 1080p home theater projector, a $130 Chromebook, and the Logitech UE Mini Boom speaker.


Forums: 15-inch MBP updates, wireless mouse problems and more

05/22, 2:14pm

15-inch MBP updates, wireless mouse problems and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members discussed the recent updates to the 15-inch MBP in a thread started by Moderator "P," in which he points out some of the changes that have been made. Today, Mac Elite "rotuts" turned to the forums looking for help figuring out why his Logitech mouse is not working with his new iMac.


Apple deals: Macs from $419

05/22, 2:09pm

Macs from $419

Right now at Apple's online store, save big on refurbished Macs, with prices starting as low as $419. The refurbished Mac mini with a 1.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive has been cut by $80 to $419. Priced at $679, after a 120 discount, is the refurbished 11.6-inch MacBook Air with a 1.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of flash storage.


Apple Watch: US sales figures; heart rate flaw in 1.0.1 update?

05/22, 12:40pm

Sales at 2.5 million units, estimated sales of 30,000 per day, says Slice Intelligence

Figures extrapolated from some 14,000 online shoppers who use Slice Intelligence's services suggests that the Apple Watch is selling approximately 30,000 units a day, following an unsurprising initial rush of over 2.5 million pre-orders. While some analysts will inevitably portray this as a slump, the drop-off is typical of new products, and puts the Apple Watch on pace to have outsold all existing smartwatches on its first day or two of pre-ordering, and outselling the early days of the iPhone and iPad.


Giveaway: Win your choice of Apple device worth up to $700

05/22, 8:45am

Win your choice of Apple prize with MacNN Deals

Do you have your eye on an Apple product that you'd like to acquire, but don't feel like spending the money to buy it? MacNN Deals is giving you the opportunity to win your choice of prize from a selection of Apple products in the latest easy-to-enter competition, which can net you an Apple TV, an iPad, an iPhone 6, or even an Apple Watch if you want one.


Daily Deals: Seagate Barracuda, Asus Transformer, Nintendo 2DS

05/21, 1:41pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for May 21, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the regular post where we search the Internet to find bundles, discounts, offers, and sales on hardware and software for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. The last few days of still-active deals are accompanied by a new set, including a 2TB Seagate Barracuda hard drive, the Nintendo 2DS, and an Asus Transformer notebook.


Apple Watch: IBM MobileFirst for Watch; Bands now available separately

05/21, 12:00pm

Some enterprise-level apps from Apple, IBM now offer Apple Watch support

On Thursday, Apple updated its enterprise app solutions web page to announce updates to some of the MobileFirst for iOS apps, developed in partnership with IBM, to offer Apple Watch support. Three of the 22 current MobileFirst apps -- Field Connect, Incident Aware, and Hospital RN -- now include Apple Watch versions of the apps, with push notifications, iBeacon support, notifications, and weather conditions, among other information available to front-line workers.


Promotional photo may be leak of Touch ID-equipped iPhone 5c

05/21, 9:44am

Accidental image could be Photoshop error, or hint at wider Apple Pay rollout

Among the promotional photos released in connection with the new Apple Lightning Dock designed for the iPhone 6 line (but which also works with the older iPhone 5 family) is an image that appears to show an iPhone 5c equipped with a Touch ID sensor rather than the normal home button. While the image could be a simple Photoshop gaffe, it raises the possibility that Apple might refit and freshen the iPhone 5c to be able to handle Apple Pay as part of a larger, multi-country rollout of the mobile payments service.



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