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Apple Buys 50 Business Class Seats From San Francisco to Shanghai Every Day

Apple is United Airlines’ biggest customer at the San Francisco International Airport, according to signs the airline has available that were shared on Twitter today. According to United, Apple spends $150 million on airline tickets each year, and purchases 50 business class seats on flights to Shanghai every day. Curious who are @United largest global …

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Bangladesh shuts off mobile internet ahead of election

The Bangladeshi government isn't just counting on Facebook and Twitter crackdowns to protect its December 30th parliamentary election. The country's Telecommunication Regulatory Commission has shut down 3G and 4G mobile data to "prevent rumors and… Source: Engadget | Bangladesh shuts off mobile internet ahead of election

Year in Review: Everything Apple Introduced in 2018

2018 was a big year for Apple, and while there were some misses like the AirPower, we saw a redesigned Apple Watch Series 4, a new lower-cost iPhone XR with an edge-to-edge display and Face ID, overhauled iPad Pro models, and more. Below, we’ve created a quick overview of every major product Apple announced or …

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Apple Begins Selling LumaForge Shared Servers With Up to 200TB Storage and Prices Up to $50,000

LumaForge today announced that its Jellyfish shared storage solutions are now available for purchase from Apple’s online business store, with ultra-high capacities up to 200TB at ultra-high prices of up to $50,000 in the United States. Jellyfish servers enable video production teams working on Macs to collaborate throughout the content creation process. Designed by professional …

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Apple Has Raised $200 Million Through (PRODUCT)RED Sales to Fight AIDS

Apple, a longtime supporter of AIDS research through its (RED) partnership, today shared some details on the work (RED) is doing to put an end to AIDS in Africa with the money it raises for the Global Fund. Since its founding in 2006, (RED) has raised more than $600 million to support the Global Fund, …

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Apple to Donate to Southern and Northern California Fire Relief Efforts

Apple plans to donate to fire relief efforts in Northern and Southern California, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced on Twitter this morning. It continues to be fire season in California, and right now, the dry, windy weather has led to three major fires in the state. The Camp Fire, north of Sacramento, has burned upwards …

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Five Interesting Mac Apps Worth Checking Out – November 2018

Apps created for the Mac often don’t receive as much attention as apps made for iOS devices, so we have a bi-monthly series here at MacRumors that’s designed to highlight useful and interesting Mac apps that are worth checking out and potentially investing in. This week’s picks include apps focused on Dark Mode, a new …

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Apple Updates Events App for Apple TV Ahead of October 30th Keynote

Apple today updated its Events app for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV in preparation for the October 30th event that’s expected to see the debut of new iPad Pro models and several new Macs. The updated Events app can be downloaded from the tvOS App Store, and it features artwork from the media invites …

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'GrayKey' iPhone Unlocking Box No Longer Works After iOS 12 Update

Apple has effectively disabled the GrayKey iPhone unlocking device used by law enforcement agencies to crack the passcodes on iPhones, reports Forbes. Multiple anonymous sources have told Forbes that the GrayKey box is unable to obtain the passcodes of any iPhone or iPad running iOS 12 or later. GrayKey iPhone cracking box, via MalwareBytes. On …

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Here Are All of the Apple Logos Included in the October 30 Event Invites

For its upcoming October 30th event, Apple sent out unique media invites this year, with a different Apple logo on each and every one. The artwork for the Apple logos varies from the abstract to the classic, with Apple tapping multiple artists for the design. As it turns out, there were more than 350 one-of-a-kind …

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Apple Donates $1 Million to Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Efforts in Indonesia

Apple is donating $1 million to aid in relief efforts in Indonesia after Indonesian island Sulawesi was devastated by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami on September 28. Following the disaster, more than 1,000 people have died in Sulawesi and several other Indonesian islands have been hit with aftershocks and similar quakes. Sulawesi in …

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Three Universities in U.S. Launch Contactless Student ID Cards on iPhone and Apple Watch

Following a preview at WWDC 2018, Apple today announced that students at three universities in the United States can now add their student ID cards to Apple Wallet to get around campus using just an iPhone or Apple Watch. Namely, starting today, students at Duke University, the University of Alabama, and the University of Oklahoma …

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Apple Watch, AirPods, and Other Apple Goods to Be Exempt From China Tariffs

The Apple Watch, AirPods, and some other Apple products will be exempted from a proposed $200 billion tariff on Chinese goods, reports Bloomberg. An updated list of products affected by the tariffs is expected to be released today, and it will not include a product category that covers Apple Watch, AirPods, and other smart watches …

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'Dummy' 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Images Reposted on Social Media as Alleged iPhone Xc 'Prototypes'

Over the weekend, mobile leaker Benjamin Geskin reposted a series of images supposedly showing “prototypes” of Apple’s forthcoming 6.1-inch LCD iPhone in three colors. The images were in fact first shared by Slashleaks on September 6, when they were described as “clones” of Apple’s upcoming mid-tier LCD iPhone. Despite that, on Sunday Geskin re-shared an …

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