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How to listen to the radio on your iPhone

Let’s listen to the radio on our iPhones. Why? because its free, easy, and still offers great sports coverage and music. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Next Mac Pro may use stackable design for ultimate customization

Information supposedly leaking out of the design team for the next Mac Pro claims this desktop computer will totally and completely fulfil Apple’s promise to make it modular . Rather than a single

Verizon promises to bring 5G to 30 cities by end of 2019

The 5G future is finally going to start rolling out to Verizon customers later this year, but only if you live in one of the 30 cities tapped to get the super-fast mobile data speeds. During a call

How to make a fantastic music video with your iPhone

Today we’ll see how to take all you little video clips, and make a rad video that syncs to the beat of your music. It’s like 1980s MTV all over again. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an

First Macs with Apple chips could mean tumultuous 2020

Moving macOS computers from Intel processors to ones Apple has created itself seems to be on schedule. At least, that’s what Intel thinks, according to a recent report. This is likely a part of

Apple teams up with Alipay to boost iPhone sales in China

Apple has joined forces with Alipay in an effort to boost iPhone sales in China. iPhone fans can now bag one of the company’s latest handsets with up to two years of interest-free finance. The loan

PolyPhase is like having Brian Eno in your iPad

PolyPhase generates ambient electronic music. You can use it as a tool to generate ideas, or just listen to it, forever. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Sketchy rumor claims Apple is making an electric minibus

Apple’s long-rumored self-driving car project might not churn out a car at all. Instead, it might just be an electric minibus. According to a sketchy new rumor, Apple engineers have supposedly created

WTF? Camera tests ranks Apple copycat Xiaomi better than iPhone

Xiaomi, a Chinese brand considered one of the most blatant Apple copycats in the smartphone industry, may have a device that distinguishes itself from its muse the iPhone. The Xiaomi Mi 9 scored

Can Apple keep cannibalizing its core creations? [Opinion]

Apple built its world-dominating status by being brave. Not only did it create hit products, but it never worried about “cannibalizing” existing products to make way for the future. Will that same

Fired Apple lawyer released on $500,000 bond

Gene Levoff, former senior director of corporate law and corporate secretary at Apple, has been released on a $500,000 bond after pleading not guilty to charges of insider trading. Levoff, who

Apple may launch its own credit card this spring

Apple and Goldman Sachs are teaming up to create a joint credit card, according to a new report. The card may offer savings to Apple customers, in addition to making it easier for them to keep tabs on

Unlock your inner Pixar with an easy animation Mac app [Deals]

Thanks to the internet, there are plenty of ways to express ourselves. From music, to blogging, vlogging, making memes and beyond, the list seems endless. So why is it that animation doesn’t come to

iPhone sales suffered worst quarter in 3 years in late 2018

Apple no longer discloses exact iPhone sales, and that might be for the best. New data suggests the company’s smartphone business suffered its worst decline in nearly three years over the 2018 holiday

Apple has paid out $25 billion to European developers

It’s not just U.S. developers who are hitting it rich thanks to the App Store. According to new figures released by Apple, it has now paid out $25 billion through the App Store to European developers.

Today in Apple history: Apple and Cisco settle over ‘iPhone’ name

February 21, 2007: Apple comes to an agreement with Cisco over the iPhone trademark, which Cisco legally owns but Apple wants to use. Under the agreement, both companies get to use the iPhone

Laurene Powell Jobs invests in Apple TV show maker

Reese Witherspoon is definitely doing something right when it comes to TV production. First, Apple invested in three shows being produced by the Hollywood actress, which will be among the most

Apple pulls third-party SDKs from Shazam in latest update

Apple has pulled all but one third-party SDK from Shazam in its latest update. The move wipes out analytics firms, ad networks, open-source projects, and more — including Google AdMob, Facebook Ads,

Apple dethroned as Fast Company’s most innovative company

Fast Company has released its 2019 list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies — and, unlike last year, Apple’s no longer number one. This year, Apple falls substantially to 17th place. “They didn’t

Apple gives a glimpse inside its self-driving vehicle program

A whitepaper describing the elaborate safety procedures used in Apple’s automated car development program seems intended to assure government regulators and the public that the company is making every