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Mac RumorsApr 16, 2024
Apple Seeds Second Betas of iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 to Developers
Apple today seeded the second betas of upcoming iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the software coming two weeks after Apple released the first betas.

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2024
Apple Promotes Recycling Your Devices 'For Free' Ahead of Earth Day
Ahead of Earth Day on April 22, Apple has added a banner to its website that reminds customers they can recycle their Apple devices "for free" with the company's recycling partners. The process can be initiated on Apple's trade-in page in many countries, with customers able to submit a form to receive a prepaid shipping label for their devices.

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2024
NES Emulator for iPhone and iPad Now Available on App Store
The first approved Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) emulator for the iPhone and iPad was made available on the App Store today following Apple's rule change. The emulator is called Bimmy, and it was developed by Tom Salvo.

New iOS 17.5 Beta Lets EU iPhone Users Download Apps Directly From Websites (Mac Rumors)
Apple Says 'Goodbye Leather' in New iPhone Ad Following Controversial Switch to 'FineWoven' Material (Mac Rumors)

CNET How ToApr 16, 2024
Refurbished Apple Watch Models Start at Just $160 While This Sale Lasts - CNET
Apple makes some of the most popular smartwatches, but they definitely aren't cheap. Unless you pick up a refurbished model, that is.

GizmodoApr 16, 2024
The Best AirPods Hidden Features You Should Know About
AirPods have taken the consumer audio industry by storm and successfully entered most households. There's a chance that most of us (like me) have never tried to look into everything they can do. Let's look at those hidden features we didn't know about one of the planet's most popular pairs of buds.


CNET How ToApr 16, 2024
Upgrade to Apple's Latest USB-C Apple Pencil and Save $10 Today - CNET
Now just $69, this USB-C Apple Pencil works with a ton of tablets and is perfect for note-takers and drawers alike.

EngadgetApr 16, 2024
The Morning After: Samsung is, once again, shipping the most phones in the world
Samsung reportedly shipped 60.1 million smartphone units worldwide in Q1, representing 20.8 percent of the global market share — and first place. Meanwhile, Apple shipped 50.1 million units for 17.3 percent of the market share. Both companies, however, saw a decrease from Q1 2023. Apple saw an almost 10 percent drop, while Samsung's hit was less than one percent.

Apple nudged Samsung out briefly in 2023, but it's back to business as usual. The IDC's takeaway is that the world of smartphones is strengthening (what does that mean?), with a boost to higher-priced phones—true for both Samsung and Apple.

Xiaomi rounded out the top five brands with 40.8 million units, Transsion with 28.5 million units and OPPO with 25.2 million units shipped. Never heard of Transsion? It's a global smartphone powerhouse based in China, responsible for phone brands including Tecno, Itel and Infinix.

— Mat Smith

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CNET How ToApr 16, 2024
Best Wireless Earbuds of 2024 - CNET
We've tested the best wireless earbuds on the market. CNET's reviewed top wireless earbuds from Apple, Beats, Bose, Samsung and more.

Mac RumorsApr 16, 2024
Elusive Spotify Lossless Option May Arrive as Paid 'Music Pro' Add-on
Spotify's elusive lossless music experience is being teased again, this time based on code uncovered by The Verge in recent builds of the Spotify app for Android.

SlashDotApr 15, 2024
Apple Loses Mantle as World's Biggest Phone Seller To Samsung as China Sales Drop

Mac RumorsApr 06, 2024
Top Stories: iOS 17.5 Beta, The Latest on New iPads, and More
We're still two months away from the unveiling of iOS 18 at WWDC, so Apple is pushing forward with the first beta of new iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 updates likely to be officially released next month. These updates are smaller in scale than the recent 17.4 updates, but we're still finding some interesting changes in them.
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