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These new iPhone and iPad software features are coming this year, according to Apple

While iOS 17 speculation is already in full swing, there are still a handful of features that Apple has announced, but not yet released for iPhone and iPad users. There are new Apple Pay and Apple Card features on the way, updates to Safari, and much more. Head below as we round up all of the previously-announced features still coming for iPhone and...

If you want a second-gen HomePod on launch day, you’re running out of options

The second-generation HomePod was announced just under two weeks ago, and there’s seemingly some pent-up demand for the product. According to the Apple Store Online, if you order a second-generation HomePod today, it might not arrive until the first week of March…depending on your color choice. more… The post If you want a second-gen HomePod on...

Pestle iOS recipe app gets major update with Smart Folders, PDF scanning, and more

Popular recipe/cookbook iOS app Pestle is out with a big update that brings a number of upgrades. Headlining the release is Smart Folders plus new ways to import recipe cards and cookbooks via PDF, existing images, and more. more… The post Pestle iOS recipe app gets major update with Smart Folders, PDF scanning, and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple execs share in-depth details on creating the M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pro in new interview

Sitting down with pro videographer, photographer, and YouTuber Tyler Stalman, two of Apple’s executives have shared an in-depth look into the process of creating the 2023 MacBook Pro laptops with M2 Pro and M2 Max Apple Silicon. more… The post Apple execs share in-depth details on creating the M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pro in new interview appeared first...

iOS 16 Home Screen master class: 85 tips, tricks, and hidden features – do you know them all?

If you’ve been an iPhone user for any significant amount of time, chances are you’re well-versed in managing the iOS Home Screen. Seasoned veterans have no-doubt adopted best practices for managing Home Screen apps icons, interfacing with the App Library, widgets, etc. But here’s my challenge: Even if you consider yourself to be a Home Screen expert,...

Apple changing App Store prices in the UK and several other countries

Apple announced on Friday that it will soon change App Store prices in multiple countries, including Colombia, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. The price increases will take effect on both App Store apps and in-app purchases starting in February. more… The post Apple changing App Store prices in the UK and several other countries appeared first...

Watch iFixit tear down the new MacBook Pro and test Apple’s official repair guides

iFixit is well known for taking apart just about every new Apple product, as the company specializes in providing guides to third-party repairs. However, this time, iFixit decided to test the official Apple repair guides by taking apart the new 2023 MacBook Pro that was just released. more… The post Watch iFixit tear down the new MacBook Pro and...

iPhone 14’s Emergency SOS via satellite feature touted as a ‘game changer’ by search and rescue teams

Apple debuted its new Emergency SOS via satellite feature for iPhone 14 users back in November, and we’ve already seen multiple stories about the feature being used in the real world. A new story out of Canada today offers another example of Emergency SOS via satellite helping save the lives of two women who found themselves stranded in the wilderness...

Hands-on: iPad Pro wireless charging isn’t built-in yet, but MagEZ makes it possible

As an iPad Pro enthusiast, I have always dreamed of a scenario where I can magnetically throw my iPad on a stand and have it just begin wirelessly charging, just as MagSafe does for iOS devices. The M2 iPad Pro was rumored to bring some version of Apple’s MagSafe tech, but it never did… more… The post Hands-on: iPad Pro wireless charging isn’t built-in...

HomeKit Weekly: Kasa EP40A sports double outdoor outlets with long-range Wi-Fi connectivity

TP-Link is one of those brands that when you run across one of their product lines, you know you can count on it. I’ve used their  in my home for as long as I can remember, and it’s as rock solid as you’d imagine. They’ve quietly been building out the Kasa product line, and in my experience, they’ve followed the same dependability as the networking...

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