Earlier this year I wrote about Tasks, a new iOS app that let users manage reminders and organize personal and work projects with some really cool features. Tasks was updated today with some important tweaks and also a macOS version for the first time.
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Developer Josh Holtz today announced a new iOS app called ConnecKit, which promises to be a powerful tool for developers. ConnectKit uses the App Store Connect API keys to let developers integrate Apple’s platform with the Shortcuts app and also iOS widgets.
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Today we are taking a closer look at the Roborock S6 Pure robotic vacuum and mop, now available in black for $359.99 (Reg. $599) for 9to5Mac readers.
Designed to offer users a completely customizable cleaning solution, the S6 Pure mops and sweeps on your command via the companion iOS app or just by yelling at Siri. Making use of a wide array of intelligent sensors and a LiDAR navigation system, the Roborock S6 Pure offers up a more intelligent cleaning system than your average robot vac on Amazon. Head below for more details on the customized cleaning system, expanded runtime, and today’s solid Black Friday price drop for 9to5readers.
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Now that M1 Macs are available and developers are updating their apps for official M1 support, you might be trying to figure out which of your apps (as well as ones you might want) are optimized for Apple Silicon. Read along for five free ways to check Universal macOS apps.
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Rogue Amoeba, the company behind several popular audio apps for Mac, has updated all of its software today with full support for M1 Macs — which includes the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini.
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The early Apple Silicon Macs are officially available to consumers. The first options include a 13-inch MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air, and the Mac mini, each of which is powered by Apple’s new M1 processor. There are still new Macs with Apple Silicon to come, and here are all of the details we know right now.
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John reviews the M1 Mac mini, and Rambo reviews the iPhone 12 mini. Two “mini products” that turn out to be not very mini in terms of performance. What’s it like using an M1 Mac for tasks like iOS development, and does the iPhone 12 mini feel like a proper flagship phone in 2020?
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Quarantine life leaves little room for the moments of serendipity that lead to discovery. Online Today at Apple sessions offer a low barrier to entry and a high potential for creative growth. The virtual experiences might just be Apple’s best gift for educators this holiday session.
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The popular Twitter client Tweetbot is now optimized for Apple Silicon and the first M1 Macs. Plus, there’s a new Tweetbot icon to fit in with the rest of your Big Sur dock.
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