September 9

In an interview with the New York Times, Apple executives Phil Schiller and Eddy Cue revealed that Apple has adjusted the App Store algorithm to ‘handicap’ its own apps from appearing too much in search results.

Following press attention from the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Apple found that the App Store was deciding to show a lot of Apple apps for common search terms. For instance, a search for ‘music’ would show not only Apple Music but up to seven other first-party apps in the first ten spots.

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April 20, 2015

Early reviews of Apple’s MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) have framed it as an expensive prototype from the future — a notebook that will someday be the standard, but one most people aren’t ready for yet. Despite that classification, the new MacBook is extremely tempting if you’re in the market for a new computer: it’s more portable than even the MacBook Air, it’s the first Mac available in gold and space gray finishes, and it has a trackpad with a new feature called Force Touch.

But can you actually do work on the 12-inch MacBook? That’s the $1300 question everyone is asking. I’ll unpack my experience below …

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July 6

VideoProc is an affordable Mac video editor that offers features you won’t find in iMovie but for a fraction of the price of using Apple’s more expensive Final Cut Pro X suite. It also offers an intuitive user interface that makes a number of video processing and editing features easy for beginners that might find Final Cut Pro X too expensive or difficult to master for quick edits and processing. In addition, the app offers built-in screen recording and video download tools.

Thanks to our sponsor Digiarty Software, 9to5Mac readers can download a free license of 4K video editor VideoProc now.

Head below for a look at what’s included.

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June 16

In this week’s top stories: CarPlay in iOS 13, a very expensive Genius Bar repair, Ikea’s HomeKit smart blinds, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest Apple news.

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June 17

Apple Camp is a collection of hands-on sessions offered to kids throughout the summer at Apple Stores. The program is an extension of Today at Apple, providing an outlet for creativity and the opportunity to learn new skills like coding, music, moviemaking, art, and design.

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June 11

Apple has released an update for iMovie for iOS today with a new green screen effect, 80 new soundtracks, improved still image support, and more.

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