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How to import passwords into Dashlane

This post is brought to you by Dashlane. If you’re not using a password manager, you really should be. While it might seem daunting to stop relying on iCloud Keychain or a web browser like Safari,

Hate scheduling meetings? WhenWorks app makes it easy

Scheduling a meeting should be a simple task, but it never is. WhenWorks is a new app that takes away the pain by allowing clients and colleagues to book time with you only when you’re free. All you

Apple Camp now taking reservations for summer fun

Sign-ups began today for Apple Camp, a free three-day summer program for kids at Apple Stores across the globe. The camps, designed to expose kids to the many ways to get creative with Apple products,

How to use Pages as an iPad teleprompter

Pages' Presenter Mode is a great way to turn your iPad into an auto-scrolling teleprompter. Here's how to use it. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple drops new betas for iOS 11.4.1 and tvOS

Developers received a fresh batch of beta software from Apple this morning, only it wasn’t the iOS 12 beta 2 that everyone was hoping for. iOS 11.4.1 beta 3 was released to developers this morning,

Supreme Court to rule whether developers can sue Apple

Software developers filed a lawsuit years ago claiming Apple uses the App Store to enforce a monopoly on iOS software. Apple argues that developers don’t have the right to bring this lawsuit, only

Smell played! Fortnite update adds stink bombs to Battle Royale

Close your eyes and hold your noses because stink bombs are coming soon to Fortnite: Battle Royale. The new throwable, which will damage opponent players who get caught up in its cloud, will be added

Stay focused on writing with iA Writer (50 Essential iOS Apps #27)

There are dozens of ways to write on iOS. Apple’s own Notes app offers a simple writing platform, while Pages allows for elaborate documents – complete with pictures. While both are good for certain

So much for Tidal! Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s joint album already on Apple Music

Jay-Z may be the founder of Tidal, but it seems that he still cares more about streaming numbers than he does about long-term exclusives for this streaming company. At least, that’s the big takeaway

Pokémon Go is finally getting trading, gifting and friends lists

Pokémon Go is finally giving players the ability to trade pocket monsters with their friends. The feature will be added this summer, alongside the ability to create a friends list, developer Niantic

Make editing PDFs less of a pain [Deals]

If you work on a computer, chances are you work with PDFs. They’re a great format for sharing digital documents of all kinds. But try to edit one, and suddenly PDFs can become a pain in the butt. PDF

Apple may have completely scrapped iPhone SE 2

If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the iPhone SE 2… well, you may just have to go right on waiting. According to a new report, citing case maker Olixar, the 5.8-inch iPhone XI, 6.5-inch iPhone XI Plus

Today in Apple history: John Sculley steps down as Apple CEO

June 18, 1993: John Sculley steps down as CEO after a 10-year run at Apple. Sculley is asked to leave by the Apple board after AAPL shares collapse from a high of $4.33 in 1992 to 73 cents the

iOS 12 automatically shares your location when you call 911

Apple is making it easier for iPhone users in the United States to be located by the emergency services with iOS 12. When the update rolls out to everyone this fall, users will be able to

iOS 12 has already been jailbroken on an iPhone X

iOS 12 has been jailbroken just one week after the first beta was made available to registered developers. Security researches have demonstrated the hack on an iPhone X. The process, which installs

Foxconn is establishing a corporate HQ in the U.S.

Long time Apple manufacturer Foxconn has revealed that its U.S. corporate headquarters will be located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is close to its proposed U.S. factory in Wisconsin, which will

HomePod launches in Canada, France, and Germany

Apple’s HomePod speaker has launched in three new countries, including Canada, France, and Germany. Users can speak to HomePod in French and German, with French-Canadian language support set to be

How will Apple distribute its original TV shows? Here are three theories

The biggest question mark currently hanging over Apple’s original TV plans is how exactly Apple plans to distribute it. With the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg in tow, there’s no doubt

5G standard completed, ready to provide ubiquitous gigabit internet

4G LTE will soon be supplanted by something better, stronger, and faster. But before 5G can be rolled out, it had to pass an important hurdle: a final design needed to be agreed apron. The 3GPP agreed

What iPhone X without the ‘notch’ would look like

Even though the iPhone X has proved very popular, its screen cutout nevertheless has critics. A rival phone maker unveiled a device that shows why Apple went with the design it did. The Vivo NEX has a