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January 5

‘Audio Trimmer’ lets users easily trim any audio files on iPhone and iPad

iOS offers native tools for editing images and videos, but there’s nothing when it comes to audio editing. With this in mind, a developer has created an app called Audio Trimmer that comes to solve just that, as it lets users trim any audio files on iPhone and iPad.

January 19

Mac: How to dial in privacy and security with new macOS Monterey features

9to5Mac is brought to you by MacStadium. Migrate to M1 easier with Orka and MacStadium. Orchestrate macOS VMs with Kubernetes in a mixed cluster of M1 and Intel Macs. Watch the tech preview and sign up to be a beta participant. Along with the shinier features that launched with macOS Monterey are several subtle ones to help keep your Mac […]

January 12

Apple reaffirms iCloud Private Relay availability, says no changes were made in iOS 15.2

Some iPhone users this week noticed that iCloud Private Relay suddenly stopped working with their cellular connections. While T-Mobile first suggested that the affected devices were running iOS 15.2, Apple on Wednesday claimed that no changes were made to Private Relay in iOS 15.2.

January 4

Belkin launches new Smart Video Doorbell with HomeKit Secure Video integration

Belkin is taking the next step with its Wemo portfolio of smart home accessories. At CES 2022 this week, the company has announced a new Wemo Smart Video Doorbell that is designed to work exclusively with HomeKit Secure Video. This marks the first time that Wemo has expanded its smart home lineup to include a […]

December 30, 2021

Easily organize your grocery and shopping lists on iOS and Mac with Get Sum

There are multiple ways to organize your grocery and shopping lists on your iPhone or iPad, including Apple’s Reminders and Notes apps – although they weren’t designed specifically for these types of lists. But if you’re serious about your shopping lists, the Get Sum app brings everything you need to organize them beautifully on your […]

January 10

T-Mobile begins blocking iPhone users from enabling iCloud Private Relay in the US [U]

Earlier today, a report indicated that some European carriers were blocking the Private Relay feature introduced by Apple with iOS 15. This feature is designed to give users an additional layer of privacy by ensuring that no one can view the websites that they visit. Now, in addition to some carriers in Europe, it appears […]

January 12

Apple releases iOS 15.2.1 with bug fixes for CarPlay and Messages

Almost one month after rolling out iOS 15.2 to the public, Apple has a new bug fix update for iPhone users today. The company is now rolling out iOS 15.2.1 to the general public. Apple says today’s update to iOS 15.2.1 includes fixes for CarPlay as well as sharing photos via Messages.

January 3

India joins list of countries investigating Apple over App Store antitrust allegations

The year barely started and Apple has been hit with an antitrust investigation over App Store practices in India, according to a new report by The Wall Street Journal. India’s antitrust watchdog wants to understand whether Apple charging a 30% fee from developers on the App Store harms software makers and stifles competition or not.

January 5

This 3-in-1 MagSafe VESA mount offers floating charging for iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch

LINE, the company behind the MacBook Pro battery/storage/I/O companion LINEDOCK (full review) is revealing some unique new products at CES today. LINESTAND is a fresh take on a multidevice MagSafe charger that offers a floating experience via VESA mount and LINECLOUD is looking to shake up the NAS market.

January 18

Pixelmator Photo for iOS now tuned to work well with limited Photos library access

Pixelmator Photo for iOS was launched by the end of last year. Now, a new update brings improvements to how the app behaves with limited Photos library access.

January 13

GeForce Now brings Fortnite back to Android and iPhone with new touch controls

Fortnite is still a massive hit, but Epic Games’ war on app stores has left the popular game absent from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store for a long time, with no signs of returning. Today, Nvidia and Epic Games have announced that touch controls are coming to Fortnite on GeForce Now.

January 16

Eve Cam review: a simple and small HomeKit camera

The Eve Cam is a simple indoor camera for HomeKit and HomeKit Secure Video. By relying on HomeKit alone, there’s no extra subscription to pay for and no complicated third-party service to maintain. It (almost) all just works, all using Eve’s device and Apple’s apps and OS integrations. Read on for my full review.

December 25, 2021

Get a new Mac for Christmas? Here are a few essential tips to become a power user

If you opened up a brand new Mac for Christmas, you’ll likely be spending some time setting it up. Apple has done a great job of helping customers get their brand-new Macs up and running, but there are some tips and tricks to take it a step further. As you set up your new Mac, […]

January 3

This HomeKit bug could make your iPhone completely unusable; here are the details

A security researcher has exposed a vulnerability in Apple’s HomeKit platform that could lead to your iPhone (or anyone else with access to your Apple Home setup) becoming unusable. The bug was reported by security researcher Trevor Spiniolas, who detailed in a blog post that name of a HomeKit device being changed to something around […]

January 21

Wondershare PDFelement, the ultimate Adobe Acrobat alternative

Have you tried to edit PDFs on iPhone, iPad, or Mac with the built-in software? You’ve probably realized the Files app and Preview aren’t very powerful for working with the format. Whether you’re looking for a solution for personal or business use, PDFelement unlocks all the features you need like advanced PDF editing, OCR, conversion […]

December 26, 2021

PSA: Here’s why you might have trouble setting up new iPhones and iPads this holiday season

With this holiday season, many people get new iPhones, iPads, and other Apple devices. If you’re trying to activate yours – or a family member’s device – and you’re having trouble doing that, don’t worry, as it’s that wonderful time of the year.

January 13

This legislation could force Apple and others to make their terms of service actually readable

Wildly long terms of service that normal humans don’t read – but usually agree to – have been used by tech companies including Apple for decades. Now lawmakers have introduced a new Congressional bill that would require websites, app-makers, and others to provide a TL;DR (Too Long; Didn’t Read) section in “easy-to-digest language” explaining terms […]

January 10

Apple marks new Services milestones across 2021, including record App Store performance

For Apple, revenue from Services like the App Store and iCloud are as important for the business as selling iPhones and Macs. Today, Apple is providing a status update on services milestones for Apple Pay, TV+, Fitness+, and more.

December 25, 2021

The best apps to unlock the full potential of your new Mac

If you got a new Mac for Christmas, you’re likely wondering what some essential apps to take your macOS experience up another level are. Although Apple includes some great apps built into macOS, several 3rd party options are worth checking out.

January 12

Apple confirms iOS 15.2.1 patches HomeKit denial of service vulnerability

Apple has officially released iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1, bringing bug fixes for CarPlay and Messages. In addition to those bug fixes, the update also includes a notable security update to patch a HomeKit vulnerability that could cause your iPhone or iPad to repeatedly crash.

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