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Apple sued over its ‘Sign in with Apple’ feature

1 week 5 days ago
Another day, another lawsuit. Blix, the company behind BlueMail — a free email app for iOS, Windows, Linux, and Android — and Followup —a patient communication service — is suing Apple over its “Sign in with Apple” feature.
Dennis Sellers

Notable apps and updates, Sept. 30-Oct. 5

1 week 5 days ago
On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are this week’s picks.
Dennis Sellers

Judge: no one in America is concerned about the pixel count in iPhones

1 week 6 days ago
According to Law360 (a subscription is required to read the entire article) a California federal judge appeared skeptical Thursday of keeping alive a proposed class action alleging Apple misrepresents its iPhone screen size and pixel count, saying Apple discloses that its phones' rounded corners impact screen size and “there doesn’t seem to be anyone in America” who’s really concerned about pixels.
Dennis Sellers

WinXDVD Apps Giveaway: Better Than HandBrake in DVD Ripping and Video Conversion

1 week 6 days ago
The age of physical DVDs is nearly past, with most people now purchasing movies and TV shows through digital downloads or streaming. There’s a huge dilemma for those who have purchased a lot of DVDs in the past — do you spend a lot more money to re-purchase your favorites, or digitize (“rip”) them? For many, a search for alternatives brings up a free app called HandBrake to rip those DVDs and convert them to formats usable on everything from smartphones to desktop PCs. While HandBrake does the job, it’s not as fast or simple to use as a pair of apps from WinXDVD.
Steven Sande

Zuora: Apple’s subscription services may be just what the tech giant needs

2 weeks ago
Apple, Nike, Disney, American Eagle, Caterpillar. Companies across tech and beyond are starting to leverage subscriptions as part of their business strategy. New data suggests that this move could be exactly what most businesses need to attract and maintain customers at a time when consumer attention is fleeting and requires instant and personalized gratification.
Dennis Sellers

Safely Charge Your iPhone or iPad With MOS Spring Lightning Cables

2 weeks ago
You might be able to find cheaper Lightning charging cables for your iPhone or iPad, but are they MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad) certified by Apple? Don’t take chances with cheap off-brand third-party cables — get these MFi-certified cables with a unique spring for strain relief at a bargain price in the Apple World Today Deals Shop today. They’re available in 1-foot ($11), 3-foot ($12) or 6-foot ($12) lengths, or you can buy a complete set of all three cables for just $29.99.
Steven Sande
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