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New iPhone 7 case makes ZEISS lens super-convenient

Many photographers have been impressed by the picture quality from their iPhones when paired with the mobile camera lens attachments crafted by legendary optics manufacturer, ZEISS. But some of the compromises can be daunting. The brackets, made by partner ExoLens, used for mounting meant being in the field without a protective case. Show More Summary

With looming iPad Pro update, now is the time to sell your old iPad

With one new iPad model already released and a refresh to the iPad Pro line likely coming soon, now is the perfect time to sell your old iPad. With every upgraded iPad that hits the market, the value of older iPads plummets. So, if you have an old tablet, the best time to trade up […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Watch a rare Apple I power up like it’s 1976

Take a good look at that slim iPhone 7 in your hand, or the powerful MacBook Pro balanced on your knees. Then imagine the very first circuit board that flipped the switch to power a revolution that put those devices in your possession. A video recently posted to YouTube by the Victoria & Albert Museum […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple seeds new betas for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS

A new batch of beta updates are ready for developers just one day after Apple published its first big software releases of 2017 to the public. The first beta builds of iOS 10.3.2, macOS 10.12.5, tvOS 10.2.1 and watchOS 3.2.2 are available to download for the first time ever, bringing a host of new bug […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

This MacBook Pro dock saves space, adds style [Review]

A recent move into a new studio put my OCD on high alert. Determined to maintain a truly “clean workspace,” I wanted to avoid a jumble of cables slowly creeping across my new desk at all costs. A MacBook Pro dock definitely seemed in order. For a sleek solution to any pending cable chaos, I added […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Tim Cook’s secret weapon for job interviews? Silence

Steve Jobs could be pretty forthright, even abrasive, in interviews with prospective new employees. Tim Cook, on the other hand? It’s all about the power of silence. In a new interview to promote her book Radical Candor: Be A Kick-Ass...Show More Summary

3 awesome features Apple should steal from Android O

Google announced its new Android O update last week, and it includes a whole bunch of big improvements, like support for streaming high-quality audio over Bluetooth, the ability to use a wide color gamut in third-party apps, and lots more. Show More Summary

Will this company provide iPhone 3D sensors?

Rumors that Apple’s next iPhone will come with 3D sensing tech have caused shares in component maker Himax Technologies to shoot up 56 percent this year. A recent report suggested that the 3D sensing tech will be used to give the next-gen...Show More Summary

Use this VPN to stay anonymous and secure for life [Deals]

The internet is full of headaches and hazards, whether it’s the constant snooping on personal data, the threat of identity theft or the annoyance of location restrictions. One reliable way to minimize all of the above is to sign on via a virtual private network, or VPN. Show More Summary

Facebook ‘borrows’ from Snapchat for latest iOS app update

Facebook is the latest company to jump on the Snapchat-inspired fun photo and videos sharing bandwagon, with an update to iOS app rolling out a new camera with special effects, among other features. To access the feature, users simply have to tap the camera icon on the top left corner of the standard Facebook app, […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

iOS 10.3’s tweaked animations make your iPhone feel faster

The latest iOS 10.3 update uses a simple trick to make your iPhone feel noticeably snappier. According to one Apple engineer, the company made its animations faster so that everything happens ever so slightly quicker. iOS 10.3 includes...Show More Summary

Today in Apple history: Apple racks up staggering $700 million loss

March 28, 1996: In a dire message to Wall Street, Apple warns that it will report a $700 million after-tax loss for its most recent quarter. Apple’s biggest quarterly loss in history, the shocking news reveals a company in far more financial trouble than previously thought. Show More Summary

Godfather of Android teases new bezel-free smartphone

Bezel-free screens are set to become the biggest trend in Android smartphones this year, if a new teaser from the creator of Android is any indicator. Former Google employee and godfather of Android, Andy Rubin, tweeted an image this afternoon hinting at the smartphone he’s been working on at his new company. Show More Summary

Tim Cook set to advise Trump’s ‘Office of American Innovation’

President Donald Trump is set to unveil a new government office today that’s tasked with overhauling federal bureaucracies, and he’s asked Tim Cook and other tech leaders for advice. Even though Trump sparred with Cook on numerous issues...Show More Summary

Why I still love Beats X, Apple’s world-beating wireless earbuds [Reviews]

I’ve racked up dozens of hours wearing Beats X wireless earphones over the past month, and I still think they blow away the competition — even Apple’s AirPods. For Cult of Mac’s latest video review, I’ve put together a definitive list of my thoughts on the innovative earpods. Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about the new Apple File System

(Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in June 30, 2016, but has been updated with new info since the release of iOS 10.3) It’s hard to believe that Apple’s speedy Macs are still using a file system that was developed more than 30 years ago, when floppy disks and spinning hard drives were considered […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Grab your wallet, the WWDC lottery is open

Developers hoping to attend WWDC 2017 can now officially enter Apple’s lottery for the chance to shell out a few grand on the trip out to San Jose. Registration for the WWDC lottery is open from Monday, March 27 until Friday, March 31 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Along with developer entries, Apple is also accepting […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 are now available to the public

Wearing an Apple Watch to the movies just got a lot less annoying today thanks to a watchOS 3.2 update that Apple pushed out to wearers this morning. The new watchOS 3.2 software with Theater Modes comes along side tvOS 10.2, both of which bring a number of tweaks and small features to the Apple […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

macOS 10.12.4 brings Night Shift to the Mac

One of the best iOS 9 features has finally landed on the the Mac. After months of beta testing, Apple released macOS 10.12.4 to the public this morning, bringing a host of performance improvements and new features, including Night Shift. The new update can be downloaded to your Mac for free by visiting the Updates […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

iOS 10.3 is out with Find My AirPods, Apple File System and more

The first big iPhone and iPad update of 2017 has finally arrived. Apple finally released iOS 10.3 to the public today after months of beta testing the new software. iOS 10.3 can be downloaded now as an over-the-air update, or installed via iTunes. iPhone and iPad owners can expect a rash of new features that […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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