macOS Catalina could add even more Project Catalyst apps

Evidence within the macOS Catalina beta suggests Apple has more in store for Project Catalyst with Messages and Shortcuts. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 hour ago

iOS 13 uses your iPhone microphone to fix Apple TV audio sync issues

iOS 13 beta 2 dropped last night with the usual bevy of changes. tvOS has had several surprises, including the addition of Picture-in-Picture video for the TV app. There’s also a new feature that requires iOS 13 and tvOS 13: Wireless Audio Sync. If you have an Apple TV, particula … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 19 hours ago

New Apple Store design changes prioritize a straightforward shopping experience

Apple is evolving its in-store shopping experience with signage and display fixtures that remove ambiguity and encourage increased hands-on interaction with products. New designs that have been spotted in multiple locations reflect the changing requirements of busy stores and app … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 day ago

tvOS 13 beta 2 brings Picture-in-Picture video multitasking to Apple TV

Although strangely not mentioned in Apple’s WWDC keynote, tvOS 13 beta 2 has a nice surprise: support for Picture-in-Picture video playback. You can now watch shows from the Apple TV app whilst multitasking around the rest of the operating system. Just like the iPad, Apple TV use … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 day ago

Apple’s China problems have ‘no easy near-term fix,’ says Credit Suisse

There's long been much talk about Apple's China problems, a topic given new impetus this year by the company revealing that falling iPhone sales ... | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 day ago

Adobe details upcoming ‘Fresco’ iPad drawing and painting app with Live Brushes

Adobe Fresco will arrive on the iPad later this year. The headlining feature of the app is something Adobe calls Live Brushes. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 2 days ago

Grand Opening: Apple Xinyi A13 Brings a Taste of Apple Park to Taipei

Lead image courtesy of Wayne Chen Apple customers today celebrated the grand opening of Taiwan’s second official Apple Store. Apple Xinyi A13 brings new designs, new ideas, and new opportunities to Taipei. Fans gathered outside the doors and in an overnight queue stretching to Le … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 4 days ago

Previewing CarPlay in iOS 13: Light mode, new and improved apps, more

CarPlay in iOS 13 is a huge update with Dashboard, new apps including Settings and Calendar, and updates to existing apps. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 5 days ago

How to use the new iOS 13 gestures for cut, copy, paste, and undo

This step by step guide with images covers how to use the new iPhone and iPad gestures in iOS 13 for undo, redo, cut, copy, and paste. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 5 days ago

iOS 13 Apple Maps: Share your live route ETA with a friend

In iOS 13, integrated into the Apple Maps app on your iPhone, you can you share your journey status with personal contacts in a feature called Share ETA. The recipient receives the address of your destination and your expected arrival time. What’s really cool about this feature i … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 7 days ago

iCloud for Windows Now Available Through Microsoft Store

Apple and Microsoft today announced the availability of a new iCloud for Windows application. The new iCloud app is available in the Microsoft Store | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 8 days ago

$10k Later, an Apple Store Genius Diagnoses a $0 MacBook Pro Problem

What appeared to be a major MacBook Pro problem resulting in $10,000's worth of warranty work finally turned out to be a ridiculously simple fix ... | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 8 days ago

Apple Cancels Danish Data Center

In a surprise announcement, Apple has cancelled plans to open a large data center in Aabenraa, Denmark. The news was posted on the local town’s website. Apple is looking to sell off the land and leave the site completely. The Aabenraa site was set to be Apple’s second data center … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 8 days ago

iOS 13 Beta Video Review – Changes and Features

A look at 200+ new iOS 13 beta 1 changes and features. In the video we cover Dark Mode, amazing new Photo editing features, improved copy/paste, and more. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 11 days ago

iOS 13 now shows you a map of where apps have been tracking you

Apple continued its intense focus with the announcement of iOS 13 this week with a handful of new location permissions. Here's what you need to go. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 11 days ago

Weezer performs at Apple’s WWDC 2019 Bash

Just as it has in past years, Apple this year held a celebratory Bash event at WWDC. The event features a live musical performance, this year from Weezer. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 12 days ago

Apple’s $1000 monitor stand is a (and unnecessary) PR fail

Apple didn't just announce a $5000 monitor during WWDC: it also announced an optional $1000 monitor stand to go with it. There wasn't too much reaction ... | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 13 days ago

iOS 13 to block developers from accessing ‘Notes’ section of the Contacts app

At WWDC this week, Apple announced that iOS 13 will block developers from accessing data from the “Notes” field of the Contacts app. TechCrunch explains that this is because of a user habit where they store sensitive information in that Notes field. The report notes that many iPh … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 14 days ago

‘Sign in with Apple’ button terms and conditions are raising concerns

When Apple announced a new ‘Sign in with Apple‘ button as part of iOS 13, the move was warmly welcomed by users, offering an option that combines convenience with privacy. However, one requirement and one suggestion by Apple are raising eyebrows … The problem It’s common for apps … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 14 days ago

HomePod gets multi-user support, along with music handoff

HomePod is finally getting multi-user support. First, it will learn the musical tastes of each user, recognizing their voice. This means that each person in the home can make requests like ‘Play some music’ or ‘Play my favorites’ and HomePod will automatically play appropriate mu … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 16 days ago

Apple announces SwiftUI declarative UI framework

Apple surprised the developer crowd with the unveiling of a brand new SwiftUI framework, a modern UI interface coding structure that is built from the ground up to take advantage of Swift. The new framework uses declarative paradigms to let developers write the same UIs in less c … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 16 days ago

Apple to Unveil “iPadOS” at WWDC 2019

We’re less than an hour away from WWDC 2019, where Apple is expected to unveil major enhancements to the iPad. Ahead of the event, Apple has updated its Apple Developer Program License Agreement with new references to iPadOS. Apple has updated its license agreement to add new ref … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 16 days ago

Apple increases iPhone cellular download limit from 150 MB to 200 MB

This week, Apple has upped the cellular download limit for iPhone and iPad that prevents users from downloading large files from Apple’s stores, including apps, games, video podcasts, iTunes Store films and more. The cellular download limit has been increased from 150 MB to 200 M … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 19 days ago

US states and cities, ranked by mobile network speeds

After sharing its latest study on how mobile networks compare around the globe earlier this week, Opensignal is out today with a US-specific report. The new data gives a look at 4G download and upload speeds, latency, and more for each state as well as a look at the top 50 US cit … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 19 days ago

9to5Mac: New looks for macOS media apps ↦

After sharing an exclusive look at iOS 13 yesterday, we now have screenshots of the new Music and TV apps coming with macOS 10.15. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 21 days ago

Screenshots reveal iOS 13 Dark Mode, new Reminders app, more

We've talked about what to expect in detail, and today we have screenshots from iOS 13, shared exclusively with 9to5Mac, that show some of its new features. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 22 days ago

Lawsuit accuses Apple of selling iTunes data

Apple iTunes customers from Rhode Island and Michigan accuse Apple of giving away personal listening information about its customers, without consent. | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 25 days ago

Facebook sharing personal data with carriers; face-recognition opt-out limited

Facebook really doesn’t seem to have gotten the message on privacy. A new report reveals Facebook sharing sensitive personal data with mobile carriers. The data reportedly being shared includ… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 28 days ago

Chinese media say it's now “embarrassing” to use an iPhone in China

Using an iPhone in China is now seen as embarrassing by some consumers, says a local report. The combined impact of the Trump administration’s trade war on China and export blacklisting of Hu… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 28 days ago

Apple Watch replacement constraint means some Series 3 repairs will get Series 4 upgrade

Apple appears to be running low on inventory for Apple Watch Series 3 repairs as the company informed store staff today that it will substitute some Series 3 repairs with the newer Apple Watch Seri… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple holds Apple Park opening ceremony and tribute to Steve Jobs

Apple yesterday held its formal opening of Apple Park, including a concert on the rainbow stage at the center of the campus. Lady Gaga performed at the event, with Apple Park employees taking to Tw… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

The Human Side of Technology: Photography of Well-Worn Apple Products

For many of us, our iPhones and Apple Watches represent far more than tools used for work or entertainment. We share our lives with these devices, and the experiences and memories made with them ar… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple Developer Academy applications now open, 400 free places available

If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming an app developer, the Apple Developer Academy is now open for applications. You could be one of 400 lucky students to win a year’s free training in Na… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple instructions for mitigating ZombieLoad, up to 40% performance hit

Following the announcement of new speculative execution exploits that target Intel CPU architecture, Apple has posted a new document on its website that explains how customers with computers that a… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple's long painful divorce with Intel

The Information is out today with a detailed report on the falling out between Intel and Apple over the last few years that led to settling with Qualcomm, new specifics on Apple’s plans to ma… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Using older Creative Cloud apps? Adobe warns you might get sued

If you’re using older Creative Cloud apps, Adobe is warning that you are at risk of being sued. Adobe has told subscribers to some older apps that they are no longer licensed to use them, and… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple Watch Pride face updates in watchOS 5.2.1

Apple debuted a brand new Pride face in the middle of the WWDC 2018 keynote last year, pairing a rainbow colored watch face with a matching band. Now Apple’s Pride face is getting a new desig… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple announces support for Apple Pay NFC stickers, partners with Bird scooters

Apple’s VP of Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey today announced a new NFC feature for iPhone: special tags that trigger Apple Pay purchases when tapped, without the need to download a special app fir… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

WhatsApp discloses vulnerability; Israeli spyware was installed on iPhones

A report from The Financial Times this afternoon details a vulnerability in WhatsApp that allowed attackers to inject Israeli spyware onto phones. The malicious code was developed by Israeli compan… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple adds Apple Store session for aspiring podcasters

The growing number of podcasts appealing to just about every interest imaginable has inspired many listeners to create their own shows. But getting started can feel daunting. How do I record? How d… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

BMW CarPlay subscription breaks feature during extended ConnectedDrive outage

Many BMW owners have been unable to access CarPlay in their vehicle for the past several days, according to several reports on Reddit. This CarPlay downtime is seemingly related to BMW’s Conn… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Rumor suggests iOS 13 will not support iPhone 6, iPhone SE and iPhone 5s

A rumor from iPhonesoft.fr out today suggests that iOS 13 will cut off several generations of iPhone. With iOS 12, Apple supported every device that could run iOS 11, boosting performance across al… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Hands-on and first impressions with Beats Powerbeats Pro

Pre-orders for the all-new Beats Powerbeats Pro totally wireless earphones opened on Friday with deliveries starting later this month. Today we’re taking a quick hands-on look at the new spor… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Apple Pay Express Transit may expand&support new cards, iOS 12.3 code suggests

Apple is working to streamline the Apple Pay Transit process for users, a new report suggests. Citing evidence found within iOS 12.3 code, the report explains that Apple is working is expanding the… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

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Apple has systematically removed many time-tracking / parental control over the last year, leading to a bevy of upset developers whose businesses have been crippled, and even an antitrust lawsuit. … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Phil Schiller says Apple pulling third-party screen time apps due to privacy abuses, as Tony Fadell calls Screen Time 'a rush job'

Apple has systematically removed many time-tracking / parental control over the last year, leading to a bevy of upset developers whose businesses have been crippled, and even an antitrust lawsuit. … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

The Information: Apple halved spending on Amazon Web Services last year, moved more cloud services in-house

A report on Monday indicated that Apple is spending upwards of $30 million a month on Amazon Web Services, suggesting Apple’s spending had increased by about 10% over the previous year. Today… | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago

Chimpanzee Browsing Instagram on iPhone with Precision

Unique animals get a lot of attention on social media, and the latest example is a savvy chimpanzee intentionally browsing Instagram on iPhone. Head below to check out this chimp that’s gone … | Continue reading


@9to5mac.com | 1 month ago