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Over the years, the iPad has become popular in all sorts of segments of the market. Now, a new report from Boston.com – shared by Apple’s Phil Schiller on Twitter – dives into how Boston Red Sox All-Star J.D. Martinez relies on his iPad day in and day out…

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Feature Request: Audio Quick Look previews for Logic Pro sessions in Finder

The Quick Look feature in macOS has always been a particularly useful, albeit somewhat unremarkable feature in Apple’s desktop environment. Select any file in the Finder, hit the Space bar and boom, you get a quick look at the contents of the file without having to open it in a compatible app. I use it relentlessly. If you’re anything like me, this is incredibly convenient for previewing images, listening to audio files and getting a quick peak at documents/PDFs. However, it all depends on the type of file you’re taking a Quick Look at. A Logic Pro X session file offers up an image of the main tracks area in that particular session just the way it was when you last saved the project along with some quick links to backups, but we think it’s time Apple takes it up a notch.

The iPhone has been known to survive some unheard of conditions before. Most recently we saw an iPhone X survive a weeks-long river adventure and return in working condition to its owner. Now, a pair of videos have emerged – one showing the iPhone survive a drop from a plane, and another from the “world’s tallest swing ride.”

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Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip

June 28th, 2005 might go down as one of the biggest days in the history of media. It was the day Apple announced they were taking podcasting mainstream by including support for Podcasts in iTunes 4.9 and with syncing to the iPod. As rumors continue to swirl of iTunes being dismantled on macOS (in favor of dedicated apps), I thought it might be fun to take a look back at this important decision. expand full story

While the Apple Watch Workout app is a really great app, you might be hesitant to use it to track your workouts if you have a long history with another ecosystem. I’ve been using Runkeeper since 2010, so I don’t want to lose all my stats and past runs. expand full story

Apple Watch Series 3 on sale from $279 shipped ahead of Prime Day 2018

Best Buy is currently offering $50 off various Apple Watch Series 3 models. The prices start at $279 with free shipping available on the entire lot. Today’s deal is a match of our previous mention and the lowest price currently available. It’s worth noting that we’re expecting Apple Watch Series 4 in a few months, but if you’re ready to dive in now this is a nice deal. Shop the entire selection here.

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