Making the Grade: What will Apple Silicon mean for Apple’s education strategy?

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By all accounts, Apple is set to unveil its first Apple Silicon-based Macs in the next few weeks. While there is much to discuss around the benefits of Apple Silicon for the general consumer, there will be massive benefits to Apple’s strategy in K-12 and the enterprise.

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Apple ordered to pay $502.8 million for infringing VirnetX VPN patents

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In another chapter of the legal battle between Apple and VirnetX, a jury in Texas decided today in a 90-minute session that Apple will be required to pay an additional $502.8 million for infringing patents of the security software company VirtneX.

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An iPhone app designed to verify Pennsylvania mail-in ballots gets rejected by Apple

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Pennsylvania is a swing state in this year’s complicated election, and with the world currently experiencing a global pandemic, more people are mailing in their ballots than ever. Due to this, a common worry that people are experiencing is if their ballot will arrive and be counted in time for the election results. That’s precisely the reason why one developer created an app called Drive Turnout.

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TikTok stars got a judge to block Trump’s TikTok ban

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TikTok has won another battle in its fight against the Trump administration’s ban of its video-sharing app in the U.S. — or, more accurately in this case, the TikTok community won a battle. On Friday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania issued an injunction that blocked the restrictions that would have otherwise blocked TikTok from operating […]

Apple acknowledges AirPods Pro issues, will replace those that crackle and rattle

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Are your AirPods Pro earbuds making weird noises? You’re not imagining it — and you’re not the only one. Just a few months after Apple started shipping AirPods Pro, some users started noticing that one or both of their earbuds were rattling or crackling. The noises would reportedly get worse whenever the user moved, and […]

Save space on your Mac with 65% off lifetime cloud storage from pCloud

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You’re probably already familiar with some form of cloud storage thanks to popular services such as Dropbox, OneDrive, and even Apple’s own iCloud Drive. The idea is to get your files in a private online vault where they can be accessed from any device. That service always comes at a cost, though. Apple’s iCloud Drive, for example, costs $9.99/month for 2TB of storage — a price that’s subject to rising over time.

What if you could have that same amount of storage, but for a one-time price? That’s exactly what pCloud is offering. The company has a lifetime subscription offer that starts at just $175 for 500GB of cloud storage. A much better deal, though, is a 2TB cloud storage vault for $350. By comparison, you’d be pay that same amount of Apple’s 2TB plan after just 2.5 years. Obviously, you’ll save money over time by going with a lifetime subscription, but why should you choose pCloud? There are quite a few reasons to give the service a shot.

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Apple launches recall program for some AirPods Pro units due to ‘sound issues’

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Apple today announced a new Service Program, also known as recall, for its AirPods Pro wireless earbuds. According to the company, some AirPods Pro units have been affected by a manufacturing problem that may cause “sound issues.”

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9to5Mac Happy Hour 301: Apple One premiers, ARM Macs near, iPhone 12 reverse charging

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Zac Hall and Benjamin Mayo talk Apple One bundle, AAPL earnings, Apple Silicon Macs, iPhone 12 features, and much more.

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iPhones can now tell blind users where and how far away people are

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Apple has packed an interesting new accessibility feature into the latest beta of iOS: a system that detects the presence of and distance to people in the view of the iPhone’s camera, so blind users can social distance effectively, among many other things. The feature emerged from Apple’s ARKit, for which the company developed “people […]

Q3 earnings find Apple and Google looking to the future for hardware rebounds

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“5G is a once-in-a-decade kind of opportunity,” Tim Cook told the media during the Q&A portion of Apple’s Q3 earnings call. “And we could not be more excited to hit the market exactly when we did.” The truth of the matter is its timing was a mixed bag. Apple was, by some accounts, late to […]
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