New Apple Watch Video – ‘Flight’

15 hours 44 minutes ago

Apple released a new video Wednesday, promoting cellular connectivity with the Apple Watch Series 4. Called Flight, the clip emphasises the freedom that cellular connectivity on the Apple Watch gives users. A woman, clearly with no phone on her, is led on something of an adventure. She is shown receiving and rejecting a phone call whilst her phone is elsewhere. If nothing else, Flight also happens to be a rather beautifully shot video.

Charlotte Henry

Be prepared with the SCOUT wireless 5000 mAh portable charger

15 hours 46 minutes ago
The SCOUT from IntelliARMOR is a next-generation wireless charger that does pretty much everything you need from a charger — and it’s a power bank as well. Everything is built in — an AC plug, a Lightning cable, USB-C cable, micro-USB cable, a 2.1 Amp USB port, a micro-USB charging port, a 5,000 mAh battery pack, and did we mention that it supports Qi wireless charging? SCOUT’s available for $39.99 from the Apple World Today Deals Shop today.
Steven Sande

Look for details on the revamped Mac Pro, Project Marizan at June’s WWDC

15 hours 48 minutes ago
Apple will likely preview the long promised, redesigned, modular Mac Pro at this June’s Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a Bloomberg by Mark Gurman. The tech giant will also release more details about “Project Marizan,” he adds. The Sellers Research Group (that’s me) says there’s a 100% chance that both will happen. 
Dennis Sellers

Universal Apps Could Include macOS

16 hours 9 minutes ago

An issue I see with this is pricing. People are used to cheap iOS apps, but if you applied the same pricing to macOS apps, that would be bad for developers. Would the price of universal apps fall somewhere in the middle? Or would everything be a subscription? Apple clearly wants the latter, but no one wants a bunch of subscriptions either.

By 2021, developers will be able to merge iPhone, iPad, and Mac applications into one app or what is known as a “single binary.” This means developers won’t have to submit their work to different Apple App Stores, allowing iOS apps to be downloaded directly from Mac computers — effectively combining the stores.

Andrew Orr

The DoBox can eliminate cable clutter and share files wirelessly for $255

16 hours 32 minutes ago

One major complaint about the new MacBook is its lack of I/O ports for external devices, so most people use a USB-C adapter. However, this adds cable bulk without providing additional functionality. If you want an all-in-one solution to eliminate clutter while enjoying a host of additional features, you can buy the DoBox for $255 with code PREZDAY15, 20% off.

As the name suggests, the DoBox Portable Wireless Hub does everything you need within a small, unified package. MacBooks users can connect to the DoBox through USB-C, but its true potential lies behind its wireless connection. You can connect to the DoBox via Wi-Fi, allowing you to control any device plugged into the DoBox wirelessly, so you can use your mouse, keyboard, and external storage without consuming your MacBook’s I/O ports.

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These Apple deals deliver Mac hardware as low as $379

17 hours 39 minutes ago

Record low prices are in effect now on Apple hardware, with Macs starting at just $379. From $999 12" MacBooks to $700 off 2018 15" MacBook Pros, these deals are valid while supplies last with limited quantities available at the reduced prices.

7 features we want to see in a redesigned 2019 MacBook Pro

17 hours 46 minutes ago

I’m daring to believe we’re living in one of the best years for the Mac in ages. A recent report from trusted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo brims with rumors regarding everything from a 16-inch MacBook Pro with an “all-new design” to a 32-inch 6K standalone Apple monitor. There may even be a 32GB upgrade for the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and it looks as though we’ll finally be getting the modular Mac Pro.

But it’s that “all-new design” that intrigues me the most. Kuo didn’t offer many specifics, so I’ve allowed my imagination and wishlist to run wild. For the most part, I’ve left out hardware upgrades—such as a better graphics card (like the Vega)—and focused on the general user experience. With these changes, I believe Apple could recapture some of the wonder the MacBook used to spark in years past.

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Leif Johnson

Juniper is wrong; the Apple Watch will continue to gain (not lose) market share

18 hours 46 minutes ago
The Sellers Research Firm (that’s me) disagrees, but a new study from Juniper Research has found that the four biggest smartwatch vendors — Apple, Fossil, Fitbit and Samsung — will have their market share for connected watch shipments fall to 47% by 2023, down from an estimated 58% in 2018. The decline is linked to the growth of smaller players, including Garmin, Huami and Huawei amongst others, claims Juniper.
Dennis Sellers

Best true wireless earbuds: Free yourself from the tyranny of cords

1 day 4 hours ago

Earbud makers have been busy doing away with wires—a good thing whether or not your phone still has a headset jack. You no longer have to deal with cords if you don't want to. True wireless earbuds connect to one another and your audio source via Bluetooth.

No wires mean no inline microphones or controls, but truly wireless earbuds sound just as good as traditional Bluetooth counterparts (for better or worse). They also boast all of the features we've come to expect from earbuds designed to work with your smartphone, tablet, or PC.

Since Apple’s AirPods became a runaway hit, an endless stream of companies have rolled out their own true wireless earbuds and earphones. As you might expect, not all of them are worth your time or money—so we've got your back with buying suggestions to meet a wide variety of needs.

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Séamus Bellamy