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Apple leaks references to new Sleep app for Apple Watch

References to an unreleased Sleep app for Apple Watch have been inadvertently leaked on the App Store. It’s further evidence of Apple’s plans to bring sleep tracking to its popular wearable. We first

Take control of your chaotic inbox with this top app [Deals]

Our email inbox is fundamental to our work and personal lives. So keeping it organized goes a long way towards staying stress-free and on top-task. Clean Email is an online bulk email cleaner and an

Spotify update brings Siri support in iOS 13, new Apple TV app

The Spotify update we’ve been waiting for since the launch of iOS 13 has landed. The latest version of the app finally adds Siri support, so you can ask the virtual assistant to play artists, tracks,

Top analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects big boost to iPhone sales in 2020

Critics dismissed the iPhone 11 as boring ahead of its release. But, according to renowned Apple analyst TF Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo, the much-praised handsets could give Apple a nice sales boost to

OWC’s USB-C multiport hub is built like a tank [Review]

The OWC USB-C Travel Dock has five ports to extend the capabilities of your MacBook or iPad Pro, including HDMI and dual USB-A. Wrapped around these is a casing of aluminum and plastic thick enough to

Screen protector and thin case by Totallee seamlessly protect iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max

This iPhone screen protector post is presented by Totallee. After you’ve purchased your new iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Max, it’s a no-brainer to buy a case for it. But that’s not all you need. Many

The best travel, friend-making, and hex viewer (?!) apps this week

This week we find new friends to hang out with, shoot video with both iPhone cameras at once, fall for yet another Facebook data-gathering app, and more. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an

Illuminate your life with LED smart bulbs [Deals]

Lightbulbs are the symbol of invention and good ideas, but it’s not until the last few years that they’ve changed in a fundamental way. The LED bulbs are energy efficient, and full of possibility for

Why iPad will never catch up to Mac [Cult of Mac Magazine 317]

Even with all the new productivity features in iPadOS, the iPad still can’t touch the Mac when it comes to ease of use. The reason? It’s complicated. Find out why Cult of Mac’s Graham Bower thinks the

Master all of Adobe Creative Cloud with 12 comprehensive courses [Deals]

If you want to land your dream job, mastering all the apps in Adobe Creative Cloud is a smart move. Powerful Adobe apps like Photoshop and Illustrator are industry standards for creating quality

Apple promises to fix your iPhone 6S if it stops powering on

Apple warned iPhone 6S and 6S Plus owners that their handset could suddenly refuse to power on. But the company did promise to fix the problem, free of charge. Th company’s support website describes

macOS Catalina testers get a sneak peek at Apple Arcade

Mac users can start enjoying Apple Arcade, but only if they’ve installed the latest pre-release version of macOS Catalina. This move seems to be preliminary step in launching this big macOS upgrade.

Learn the ins and outs of Logic Pro X with this complete bundle [Deals]

When it comes to music production, Logic Pro X is the industry standard. So if making music or working with sounds is something you want to do, you’ll want to get fluent with Apple’s incredibly

Amazon Prime Video mysteriously disappears from App Store [Update: It’s back]

Update: The Amazon Prime Video app is back in the iOS App Store after mysteriously disappearing for much of the day. Why this high-profile app went missing for so much of the day remains unknown.

Congress asks Spotify for information on Apple’s antitrust behavior

Spotify is reportedly helping the feds with their antitrust investigation into Apple’s App Store. U.S. lawmakers asked Spotify to submit information related to an ongoing antitrust investigation into

How to check (and block) apps that track you on iPhone and iPad

To block all trackers in iOS 13, and stop apps from sharing your private data, you need extra help. A look at iOS firewall apps. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple snaps up virtual reality experts to boost AR push

Apple confirms it purchased a company that makes virtual reality and motion The acquisition of iKinema could bolster the iPhone maker’s augmented relativity offerings, especially

Call of Duty off to spectacular start on mobile

Real Call of Duty this week landed on mobile for the first time — and fans of the franchise can’t get enough. The free-to-play game has, unsurprisingly, enjoyed a spectacular start so far. We’ve seen

Why Apple CEO Tim Cook hates cryptocurrency

Apple is rapidly growing the list of services it provides to its customer base. Just don’t expect a cryptocurrency to come from Cupertino on Tim Cook’s watch. The Apple CEO made his feelings crystal

M. Night Shyamalan spills plot details for Servant TV show

Details about M. Night Shyamalan’s mysterious series for Apple TV+ are finally starting to emerge ahead of its premiere later this year. Speaking at a New York Comic Con panel, M. Night Shyamalan