Month: August 2019

Apple to replace cracked screens on select aluminum Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3 models

Apple on Friday launched a repair program to address a "very rare" screen cracking issue reported by owners of older aluminum Apple Watch models, with the company set to replace… Read more »

Final Cut Friday: How to use keywords to easily locate clips cut from the project timeline [Video]

In a textbook example of addition by subtraction, cutting footage from a Final Cut Pro X project timeline can be just as important as placing footage on the timeline. But… Read more »

Google researchers detail malicious website exploits that targeted iPhone users for years

A new report from Vice today details discoveries made by Google Project Zero researchers that “may be one of the largest attacks against iPhone users ever.” The basis of the… Read more »

Apple’s reliance on China continues to grow despite expansions in Brazil and India

With Apple products due to face fallout from new tariffs imposed on China by President Donald Trump, including pending sanctions set to impact iPhone and iPad in December, a report… Read more »

Apple releases first public beta of iOS 13.1, macOS Catalina developer beta 7

Apple today has released the first public beta of iOS 13.1 to testers. This comes after the surprise release of the first developer beta yesterday afternoon. more… The post Apple… Read more »

AirPods fail to earn Consumer Reports approval, lose to Samsung Galaxy Buds in sound quality test

Consumer Reports has a history of making questionable claims and recommendations when it comes to Apple products. That now extends to AirPods, as Consumer Reports has published a new comparison… Read more »

Apple to donate to Amazon rainforest preservation and restoration efforts

Apple plans to contribute funds to ongoing efforts in the Amazon, which continues to make headlines as a series of devastating wildfires and uncontrolled blazes wreak havoc in the world’s… Read more »