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This is part of Apple’s strategy to produce a model for everyone, in 2018 Apple is said to be planning to release 3 new iPhones. The three iPhones will include an upgraded version of the iPhone X with a screen size of 6.5 inches; the iPhone 9 will feature a 5.8-inch OLED and a cheaper iPhone will be made available with a 6.1-inch LCD display. All three devices are reported to come with Face ID and edge to edge displays, we can also expect all three devices to have the...

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This past week Apple changed its corporate address to One Apple Park Way, moving its entire workforce from One Infinity Loop to its new Apple Park campus that opened last year and is just down the road. Coinciding with the recent shareholder meeting that occurred in the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus this past Tuesday. The official change is evident everywhere, starting at the top with official documents such as the Form 4 statement of changes in Beneficial Ownership articles notifying the SEC of restricted stock units...

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Unlike other Apple devices that come with a dedicated app, touch screen or keyboard, HomePod is hands-free. You can control your new HomePod using the Home app and not the Settings app as you might expect. You also can access the HomePod from your Apple TV as one of your audio sources. Here’s how you can control the HomePod directly from your iOS device (iPhone or iPad) or Mac. From Your iOS Device Using Control Center You can control your HomePod without calling out commands right from your iPhone or...

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Close Your Rings Page Showcases How the Activity App Works for Apple Watch Apple has added a new interactive page “Close Your Rings” to its website that shows how the Activity app works for Apple Watch. The page explains in more detail how you can close rings on the Apple Watch Activity app and achieve health and fitness goals. The Move ring section gives a brief introduction to how you can set and change personal goals as well as track your active calories burned. Apple also suggests having an Activity-themed...

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We have all had that moment where you save and save your files into your Google drive folder only to find out that days prior the Google Drive app had somehow stopped sycing your files. You need to get a file from Google Drive because your computer’s battery is dead and the files are not in the cloud. This is a more common problem then you might think. If its not Google Drive it could be another app that you rely on. Dashlane, LastPass, and Crashplan are other great examples...

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Your Mac comes with a fantastic App which allows you to easily create your own mini Apps that can complete all kinds of actions automatically so if you regularly do things such as set the volume to 40% exactly you can create an automator workflow to do it for you. You can also easily link this with the dictation service that is built into osX to create something that really does save time and is really cool to boot. Today I will show you how to create a simple workflow...

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