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This week’s top stories: iPhone 8 Touch ID & pricing reports, 10.5-inch iPad Pro leaks, HomeKit & CarPlay news, Apple Watch & more

5 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

In this week’s top stories: iPhone 8 Touch ID & pricing reports, 10.5-inch iPad Pro leaks, HomeKit & CarPlay news, Apple Watch gets new Nike bands, and much more. more…

This week on AI: Apple's 'Neural Engine,' 'iPhone 8' & iPad Pro rumors, new Apple execs & more

Rumors about the "iPhone 8," new AI technology, and new iPad Pros continued to grow, but there was also news of important corporate maneuvers -- including two new executive positions at Apple, and a long-awaited settlement in the company's legal battle with Nokia.

Future iPhones and iPads might have a special chip just for processing AI

Apple's reportedly working on a new kind of chip — potentially for future iOS devices — that'll be used just for processing AI, Bloomberg reports.  SEE ALSO: New leaked photos reportedly reveal the final design of the iPhone 8 Bloomberg...Show More Summary

How to drag-and-drop content between Readdle’s iPad apps

22 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Readdle's new between-app drag-and-drop on the iPad really is amazing. Here's how to use it, and also how to make it work with your Mac. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple Developing ‘Neural Engine’ Chip, Says Bloomberg

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman writes that Apple is developing a custom chip to speed up functions on iPhone and iPad that pertain to artificial intelligence, the last development in custom circuits dedicated to A.I. and machine learning.

Investigators suspect iOS device in plane crash that killed 66

23 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

French officials are investigating the possibility of whether an iPhone or iPad was the cause of EgyptAir Flight 804. The 2016 crashed killed 66 people yet the investigators have been stumped on what brought the plane down. Some new clues may hint that it was an overheating iOS device that sparked the catastrophe. Show More Summary

Best Arcade Games for iPhone and iPad

You don't have to carry around a pocket full of quarters for these great arcade games! Arcade games can make you feel like a kid again, and take you back to an era where the graphics didn't matter, and you filled your pockets with quarters...Show More Summary

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Apple Watch Series 2 $70 off, iPad mini 4 $300, Mophie Juice Pack for iPhone 7/Plus $50, more

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS: Best Buy Memorial...Show More Summary

9 paid iPhone apps on sale for free today

It's our last list of the day's best paid iPhone and iPad apps before the long holiday weekend, so we did our best to find some cool new apps for you to enjoy. You'll find nine new ones in Friday's post, though there are also still a...Show More Summary

iPad Pro, Apple Pencil help capture a slice of Brooklyn for latest 'New Yorker' cover

Artist Jorge Colombo turned to Apple's iPad to sketch the latest cover of "The New Yorker" magazine, allowing the creation of the digital drawing to be relived through a short video clip.

French investigators think an Apple iPhone and iPad may have played a role in causing an airliner to crash

French investigators are looking into the possibility that a pair of Apple mobile devices may have caused Egyptair Flight 804 to crash. According to a report by Le Parisien, French officials have ordered an investigation into whether...Show More Summary

Character Design on iPad

Here's a video glimpse (less than 1 min. long) of my working through designing the main character for the upcoming graphic short story I'm doing for an anthology to be published next year. (See here for more.) There's a clickable still on the right. Show More Summary

The New Yorker‘s stunning new cover was painted on an iPad

Looking for more evidence that the iPad Pro can be used to create stunning artwork? The cover of the latest issue of The New Yorker might be just the proof you’re searching for. Created by the magazine’s long-time art editor Jorge Colombo, it depicts kids playing basketball near to his home in Brooklyn. Show More Summary

Watch artist create this week’s New Yorker cover on an iPad Pro

The cover illustration for this week’s issue of New Yorker was created by an artist using an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, and as the magazine did back in January, it’s shared a time-lapse video showing how the drawing was created … mo...

AppleInsider podcast talks 'iPhone 8' rumors, iPad Pro 2, Thunderbolt 3, and HomeKit newcomers

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor talk 'iPhone 8' rumors, Intel making Thunderbolt 3 royalty free, some HomeKit devices supposedly on the horizon, and more.

Working Theory in Jet Crash: iPhone in Cockpit Is to Blame

Investigators still don't know what caused an EgyptAir jet to crash last year en route from Paris to Cairo, but they're seriously looking into the possibility that a co-pilot's iPhone or iPad Mini is to blame. The theory is that the co-pilot plugged the device into a socket not meant...

Can Windows be used with Apple’s two-factor authentication?

Sandie Baron has a iPad and a Windows 10 system, and wondered how to use Apple’s two-factor authentication (2FA) with that setup. Apple doesn’t offer 2FA tools under Windows, but you don’t need a Mac or a second iOS device to get the advantages. Show More Summary

Red, white and blue sale: Save 25% on iPhone and iPad accessories!

In honor of the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country, we're offering 25% off all iPhone and iPad accessories at iMore. Starting today until Tuesday, May 26, you can pick up a new case, charger, screen protector or Bluetooth for your Apple device and enjoy a 25% savings by using coupon code: MD17 at checkout. Show More Summary

Apple’s iOS Setting app needs a major UI overhaul

When you set up a new iPhone or iPad, a few screens walk you through some of the most important settings for the device. You’re asked to enter your Apple ID and password; you’re asked if you want to use location services; and you get queried about Siri. Show More Summary

Feast your eyes on this 600-DPI e-paper screen

I have to say, I really like e-paper. And it’s come a long way since the crude early Kindles — nowadays you have e-readers that are as high-resolution as the best phones and iPads. And they’re set to get even better if E-Ink’s latest screens make it into a few products, as I hope they do. Read More

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