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July 12

ESPN+ to get more expensive next month, but Hulu and Disney+ bundle will remain unchanged

Disney is ready to increase the price of its ESPN+ premium subscription for both monthly and yearly customers. The monthly plan is going up by $1 with the yearly option increasing $10.

July 14

Amazon reportedly considering Alexa-powered Apple Watch competitor for kids

While the Apple Watch currently largely dominates the smartwatch industry, companies such as Facebook and Google are actively expanding their efforts in the industry. Now, a new report from Bloomberg says that Amazon has also considered an Alexa-powered wearable that would specifically be designed for children.

June 15

Disney+ has no interest in ad-supported plan while Apple TV+ reduces trial period

We’ve seen a huge explosion of streaming services recently, as not only major Hollywood studios but also companies like Apple have decided to invest in their own platforms for movies and TV shows. This has pushed some platforms like HBO Max to create cheaper, ad-supported plans, but that doesn’t seem to be part of Disney+’s […]

June 29

Apple TV Channels lets you choose what you want to watch, here’s every option

Apple TV Channels is a feature in Apple’s TV app that allows you to subscribe to streaming services directly in the TV app. This comes with several benefits, such as billing through Apple and the ability to easily drop and add subscriptions. The feature first launched back in April of 2019, and Apple has been […]

June 24

SharePlay now working on iOS 15 beta 2 – here’s a first look

Apple released this afternoon iOS 15 beta 2. Among the new features now available in this version, Apple finally launched its SharePlay function for users to test. Here’s a first look.

July 8

Tim Cook and Eddy Cue attend Sun Valley Conference: ‘summer camp for billionaires’ [U]

Update July 8, 2021: As reports had suggested, Tim Cook is in fact in attendance at Sun Valley alongside Apple’s SVP of services Eddy Cue. Check out an image courtesy of Daily Mail below the fold. After a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Sun Valley Conference is back on this […]

July 10

Comment: After nearly a year of use, MagSafe is the defining feature of the iPhone 12

In recent years, there have been two “takes” I’ve made on a quick judgment. They were that the AirPods wouldn’t be a product hit and that MagSafe was a solution in search of a problem. I couldn’t have been more wrong on both of them. AirPods have gone to become a massive hit, and MagSafe […]

July 9

Apple still in ‘early talks’ with NFL about acquiring the rights to Sunday Ticket games

We’ve heard a few times that Apple has been in preliminary discussions with the NFL about acquiring the rights to its Sunday Ticket games. Now a new report from The Information says that “early talks” are continuing with a hint that Apple could be more serious about a deal.

June 24

Apple TV+ reminds users that their free trials are finally expiring

Apple has started sending out emails to Apple TV+ users whose free trials will finally expire soon, as the (twice extended) free trials with hardware purchases finally come to an end in July.

July 14

What’s new in iOS 15 beta 3? Safari changes, Music widgets redesign, more

Apple has released iOS 15 beta 3 and iPadOS 15 beta 3 to developers today, bringing additional refinements and improvements to iPhone and iPad users. Read on as we round up everything new we’ve found so far, including changes to Safari, the music widgets, and more.

July 20

Deals: 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro $100 off, latest MacBook Air from $800, more

All of today’s best deals are now live and headlined by a $100 discount on Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro. That’s alongside a new all-time low on the latest M1 MacBook Air at $800 and these official iPhone 12 mini cases from $30. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

June 30

Apple Design Award-winner Pok Pok Playroom updated with new handcrafted toy – ‘House’

On the heels of winning an Apple Design Award at WWDC21, the wonderful Pok Pok Playroom app for kids is getting its first update since launching in May. The all-new toy arriving today is House.

July 5

Apple Watch credited with saving woman’s life after unnoticed ‘widow maker heart attack’

The Apple Watch has again been credited with helping to detect a user’s potentially life-threatening heart condition. As first reported by local news outlet WZZM 13, a woman in Michigan says her Apple Watch alerted her to an abnormally high heart rate, sending her to urgent care where an EKG revealed she had had a […]

June 16

Free trials expiring: How to cancel Apple TV+

Apple has been very generous with its free promotional offers for Apple TV+ with year-free trials alongside the purchase of new hardware extended through the pandemic period. However, those trials are now coming to an end and many more customers will need to start paying to watch Apple TV+ original TV shows and movies, or cancel their subscription if they don’t want to continue.

June 23

Deals: Prev-gen. 11-inch iPad Pro $199 off, official iPhone 12/Pro cases from $40, more

All of today’s best deals are headlined by Apple’s previous-generation 11-inch iPad Pro at $199 off. That’s alongside some official Apple iPhone 12/Pro cases starting at $40 and an extra 30% off iOttie accessories. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

June 12

Apple promotes new iPad Pro with a ‘The Little Mermaid’ parody [Video]

In an unlisted video, Apple is promoting the new iPad Pro with the series “Your next computer is not a computer.” This time, the company creates a parody of The Little Mermaid’s “Part of Your World” song.

June 7

Apple releases first beta of tvOS 15 to developers

Following the WWDC 2021 opening keynote earlier today, Apple has now released the first developer beta of tvOS 15. The update brings some great enhancements for Apple TV users, such as Spatial Audio for first-time AirPods users and FaceTime SharePlay.

June 8

iOS 15 and macOS Monterey simulate Spatial Audio for non-Dolby content with new ‘Spatialize Stereo’ option

iOS 15 was announced at WWDC 2021 with several new features, including redesigned notifications, FaceTime enhancements, and more. Apple has also expanded support for Spatial Audio, which now works in FaceTime and also on Apple TV, but that’s not all. Thanks to a new “Spatialize Stereo” option, iOS can now simulate Spatial Audio for non-Dolby […]

June 7

Apple unveils iOS 15 with new FaceTime features and more

Apple has officially taken the wraps off of iOS 15, the next version of its operating system for iPhone users. The company says it designed iOS 15 with four different things in mind. The update was presented by Apple VP Craig Federighi. Here’s what’s new.

June 10

Hands-on: Here’s how iPhone’s Live Text OCR works in iOS 15

One of the handy new features arriving with iOS 15 is the option to quickly recognize text and select, copy, paste, lookup, and more in both the Camera and Photos app. Let’s looks at how iPhone Live Text OCR works from photos to screenshots and handwriting too.

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