All of today’s best deals kick off with a pre-order discount on Apple’s new M1 iMac. That’s alongside AirPods Pro from $170 and a collection of Anker Mac accessories from $12. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break. more… The post Deals: Apple’s M1 iMac sees pre-order discounts, AirPods Pro from $170, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.
What you need to know Amazon Music HD is now available for just $9.99 per month. That gives users access to lossless audio with a saving of $5. Apple just announced its own lossless audio at the same $9.99 price. Amazon got its announcement out minutes before Apple. Amazon Music, Amazon's lossless music streaming tier, is now available for just $9.99 – a reduction from the previous price of $15.99. The move comes on the same day Apple Music added its own lossless audio support at the same $9.99 price point. Reported by Deadline, it appears that Amazon Music managed to get its news out mere minutes before Apple made its own announcement. Amazon's high-fidelity streaming service, Amazon Music HD, is now available to
Apple today updated its Platform Security Guide with in-depth security information about the new Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, the ability to unlock an iPhone with an Apple Watch while wearing a mask, and more. The updated guide reveals a few interesting tidbits about the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, including that it is compatible with the built-in Touch ID sensor on recent MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models:Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and built-in Touch ID sensors are compatible. If a finger that was enrolled on a built-in Mac Touch ID sensor is presented on a Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, the Secure Enclave in the Mac successfully processes the match—and vice versa.This compatibility means that, from a technical standpoint,
iOS 15 will be revealed sometime next month. One of the biggest things that we hope it streamlines is Home screen customization. With WWDC 2021 less than a month away, we fully expect to see Apple unveil the next iteration of iOS in the form of iOS 15 (and iPadOS 15, respectively). We already have a list of WWDC 2021 expectations, and I have some specific features I want to see in iOS 15. One of my biggest wants for iOS 15 is more customization. While iOS 14 gave us a decent start, there are so many improvements that Apple could make to streamline the entire process. After all, right now, the process involves using the Shortcuts app to change app
May 17, 1983: John Sculley takes the helm as Apple’s third president and CEO. The former Pepsi-Cola boss is short on tech experience but long on marketing and using seo for woocommerce, which will become increasingly important as the personal computer revolution ramps up. Steve Jobs personally lured Sculley to Apple using one of the […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
A new report from Digitimes today could be bad news for MacBook Pro users eagerly awaiting new high-end Apple Silicon chips. The report suggests that the rumored mini-LED 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro updates that have been rumored for 2021 could end up being delayed until 2022. more… The post Sketchy report suggests 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro refresh could be delayed until 2022 appeared first on 9to5Mac.
What you need to know Apple has confirmed that the hot new Apple Music features will need the very latest software updates. iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6, macOS 11.4, and tvOS 14.6 are needed. Something to keep in mind if you're jailbreaking. Apple announced lossless Apple Music with support for Dolby Atmos earlier today and it has now confirmed that you'll also need the very latest software updates to take it all in. Hidden at the bottom of the refreshed Apple Music website, Apple confirms that its latest software is needed to be able to take advantage of both lossless audio and Dolby Atmos. Apple: All Apple Music subscribers using the latest version of Apple Music on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV can listen to
Monday specials are in effect now, with a record-breaking price drop on the Roku Ultra 2020, which is currently 31% off. 10.2-inch iPads are also on sale for $299, while Apple Watch styles are up to $90 off.Monday Apple dealsKicking off the week, Amazon has issued an aggressive price drop on the Roku Ultra 2020 streaming player, which is currently on sale for $69. With HomeKit and AirPlay 2 support, the Roku Ultra 2020 is also compatible with the Apple TV app, making it a viable alternative to the Apple TV 4K, which starts at $165 with AppleInsider exclusive coupons. Read more...
What you need to know Apple Music announced lossless music earlier today. The company told T3 that even AirPods Max won't support lossless audio. That's ... disappointing. Earlier today we saw Apple Music announce lossless audio at the same $9.99 price point of the existing tier. That was great news, and while we didn't expect AirPods Max to be able to play the high-res lossless tracks also offered, we did hope the standard lossless would work. Apple says that isn't the case. According to a T3 report, Apple has confirmed that even the impressive $549 AirPods Max can't play back any of the lossless loveliness that was announced today. Let alone the in-ear AirPods Pro. And it's all down to codecs. Apple has confirmed
Google I/O 2021 starts tomorrow (May 18th) and runs up until May 20th. The company is expected to announce a new version of Android — Android 12 — at the event. According to a new report by The Information, Google is expected to announce many iOS 14-like privacy changes coming to Android tomorrow. However, the changes still fall short of Apple’s privacy implementation. Continue reading →