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How to track package deliveries on iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch

Tracking package deliveries is a pain. Luckily, there's an app to make it way, way easier, with notifications and easy-adding of new deliveries. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple

Apple Pay Cash finally rolls out to U.S. users

Sending friends cash via your iPhone just got a whole lot easier. Apple is finally rolling out Apple Pay Cash to all U.S. users after the company pushed out iOS 11.2 over the weekend. In order to send

Point is a home security system that can’t spy on you

A home security system gives you complete peace of mind when you’re away, but at what cost? If your system relies on cameras, there’s always a worry that someone else could be watching. Not with

Apple will cough up for its giant tax bill early next year

Ireland has revealed that it has come to an agreement regarding when Apple will start paying the enormous 13 billion euros ($15.4 billion) tax bill that it was ordered to more than one year ago by the

AirPods shipments expected to double next year

AirPods shipments are expected to double next year as demand for one of Apple’s best accessories remains incredibly strong. Shipping times have already been reduced to just 1-3 days thanks to an

Save massively on thousands of graphic assets [Deals]

If you work in graphics or design, you know the value of a deep well of image assets. And that value usually comes at a price, often costing well into the thousands of dollars. That makes this deal

Facebook’s new Messenger app keeps kids connected

Facebook is rolling out a brand new Messenger app designed for kids. It is aptly named Messenger Kids, and it packs the parental controls you need to ensure your little ones are safe while they stay

Apple may be ditching power chip partner as it looks to build its own

Apple is apparently dropping Dialog Semiconductor, its U.K.-based power management chipmaker. If true, the move would lend increased credibility to rumors that Cupertino plans to design its own chips

Today in Apple history: Secret project ports Mac OS to PCs

December 4, 1992: Apple engineers demonstrate a “proof of concept” of the Mac operating system running on an Intel computer. More than a decade before Macs switch to Intel processors, the astonishing

Apple could ship a record-breaking 88.8 million iPhones this quarter

Apple is set to ship a massive 88.8 million iPhones this quarter, a new report claims. If correct, this would be the greatest number of iPhones ever shipped in one quarter. That’s according to

Tim Cook reaffirms Apple’s commitment to China

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a keynote speech at China’s World Internet Conference on Sunday, reaffirming Apple’s commitment to China, which Cook has previously called Apple’s future biggest market. Cook

Apple Heart Study, GRID Autosport, and other awesome apps of the week

An Apple Watch app that could actually save your life by watching for irregular heart rhythms is just of one of the picks for this week’s “Awesome Apps of the Week.” In addition, we’ve got a

This teensy drone packs in tons of fun features [Deals]

It’s getting easier and easier to take part in the joy of drone flying. So neither skill nor price should prevent anyone who wants to take to the skies from doing so. For proof, look no further than

Today in Apple history: World’s first iPad-only newspaper folds

December 3, 2012: News Corp pulls the plug on The Daily, the world’s first iPad-only newspaper, less than two years after launching the publication. While the writing has been on the wall for some

Swoop up Mac apps, drones and lots more [Cyber week top deals]

So, you blacked out from too much turkey, slept right through Black Friday and maybe even Cyber Monday? Worry not, because now we live in the age of Cyber Week. And we’ve rounded up the best deals of

Today in Apple history: QuickTime brings video to the masses

December 2, 1991: Apple ships its first public version of QuickTime, bringing video to Mac users running System 7. Containing codecs for graphics, animation and video, QuickTime confirms Apple’s

Apple Watch brings the gift of go in new Apple ads

The holidays are finally upon us and Apple has a really good suggestion on what you should buy your loved ones for Christmas present: The Apple Watch. Apple published four new ads today that highlight

Lofree keyboard feels like a typewriter, looks spectacular

The Lofree keyboard marries the style of a typewriter with the practicality of a modern backlit Bluetooth keyboard. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

How to search in a page or website in Mobile Safari

Can you search Safari page on your iPhone or iPad? Of course. There are a bunch of ways to do it, and here they are. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple releases sixth betas for iOS 11.2, macOS 10.13.2

Apple has rolled out its sixth beta updates for iOS 11.2 and macOS 10.13.2. They arrive just three days after the fifth betas were made available to registered developers, indicating a public release