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Darkroom adds features that make photo editing easier than ever

A Darkroom update adds amazing sharing and integration features to the depth-aware, RAW- and JPEG-loving, powerful, easy-to-use Lightroom alternative for iOS. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture

Apple apologizes for continuing problems with MacBook keyboard

MacBooks made over several years were prone to keyboard issues. Apple tweaked the design of this critical component last year, and there was great optimism that the problem had been fixed in the

iOS 12.3 beta 1 arrives with new TV app [Updated]

Apple has one more major update for iOS 12 before it unveils iOS 13 at WWDC 2019. Developers just received the first beta build of iOS 12.3 this morning, bringing a bunch of new features and bug fixes

Cardhop for iOS makes contact management quick and simple

Cardhop, the polished contact management app for Mac from the makers of Fantastical, has finally made the leap to iOS. The app makes it easier than ever to find contacts and, more importantly, keep

Apple Watch’s fashion ambitions have virtually vanished

Today, the Apple Watch is the world’s best-selling smartwatch by a wide margin. But Apple’s strategy for convincing users that it’s important has certainly changed. A new article notes how Apple has

Apple Pay is about to spread its reach across Europe

Apple Pay is on its way to seven new markets across Europe. A number of banks serving Greece, Portugal, and other territories have already confirmed their support for the service. The launch is

App Store Search Ads expand to 46 more countries

App Store users in a bunch of new countries will now see ads when searching for apps and games. Apple on Tuesday expanded App Store Search Ads to 46 new territories. Developers can bid to have their

Song pays tribute to Wyatt Mitchell’s keynote boiler suit

Monday’s “show time” event might not have been Apple’s greatest keynote in living memory, but it did give us one thing we can all agree on. That’s the undisputed awesomeness of Apple’s director of

Save 93 percent on a bundle of great Mac apps [Deals]

You’ll never squeeze maximum productivity out of your Mac until you load it up with some fantastic software. That’s just what you’ll get in the Epic Mac Bundle, featuring Fantastical 2 and PDF Expert.

Apple’s ‘show time’ keynote leaves Wall Street cold

Apple stock closed down 1.03 percent yesterday as Wall Street continues to show relative indifference to Monday’s “show time” event. While AAPL share prices hit $190.57, it finished out the day at

Apple’s VP of Services unlikely to ‘take on the plight of publishers’

Monday’s “show time” keynote introduced plenty of new faces to Apple fans when it came to presenters. One of them, Peter Stern, is the VP of Services in charge of the company’s Apple+ and Apple News+

Don’t fall for the Twitter prank that locks you out

A viral prank is getting some Twitter users locked out of their accounts. Tweets that promise you’ll receive new color schemes, admin privileges, or even a verified check mark for changing your

Developers think Apple Arcade is disruptive — for better or worse

Will Apple Arcade turn out to be the game changer that developers are hoping for? According to a new report… maybe. Speaking to a slew of developers, a news report found that many are cautiously

Users can’t sign into Gmail in Mail after latest macOS update

Some macOS users are unable to sign into Gmail inside the Mail app after installing Apple’s most recent update. The version 10.14.4 release, rolled out on Monday, puts many in an endless sign-in loop

Apple AR glasses concept is both futuristic and retro

An artist created a vision for a set of augmented reality glasses running a new Apple operating system. His concept video is built around the strong evidence that Apple is designing just such a

Apple v. Qualcomm: You win some, you lose some

Just hours after an International Trade Commission judge ruled in favor of Qualcomm in a patent infringement lawsuit with Apple, the Commission as a whole made the iPhone maker the winner in a

Turn your iPhone into a focus-enhancing machine [Deals]

When we think about the effects of our always-on culture on our minds, the picture isn’t always pretty. Our smartphones often cause us plenty of distraction, so it might be surprising to learn that

Don’t expect your AirPods to last forever

Apple’s second-generation AirPods are arriving just in time for people who are discovering that their first-gen ones are wearing out. This despite the original AirPods being, at most, 2.25 years old.

Grab the beautiful wallpaper from the new iPad Air

Anyone who likes the looks of the sweet wallpaper that comes with the iPad Air 3 doesn’t have to buy a new tablet to get it (Duh). It’s available to download to your iPad or Mac now. It’s not really

Apple’s first credit card issued – in 1986

The new Apple Card may be titanium but it’s not the first Apple-issued plastic. Some Twitter and Reddit users with amazing recall reacted to the news by posting ads from 1986 promoting two kinds of