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Mac RumorsFeb 24, 2024
MacRumors Turns 24 Today: Reflecting on Apple's Major Announcements
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It's Apparently Easy to Crack the Apple Vision Pro's Front Screen (Wired News)

Mac RumorsFeb 24, 2024
iPhone 14 Pro vs. iPhone 16 Pro: 50 Upgrades to Expect
The iPhone 16 Pro is set to succeed 2023's iPhone 15 Pro, introducing over 25 new features and improvements to Apple's high-end smartphones. With many users adopting two-year upgrade cycles, plenty of iPhone 14 Pro owners will be looking to upgrade to the ?iPhone 16 Pro? later this year, so this guide breaks down every major difference you should be aware of between the two generations based on rumors.

EngadgetFeb 23, 2024
The 256GB iPad mini is $120 off and down to a record-low price
Apple's newest iPad mini is on sale for $120 off. You can get the 256GB version of the 6th-generation iPad mini (2021) for $529 on Amazon — a record low. If that's more storage than you need, you can also get the 64GB model (usually $500) is $100 off.

Apple refreshed the iPad mini in 2021 with an "all-screen" Liquid Retina design, ditching the Home button and aligning the mini-tablet with

Mac RumorsFeb 23, 2024
When Will Apple Release iOS 17.4 for iPhones?
Apple has been beta testing iOS 17.4 for nearly a month now. Below, we explain when the update is likely to be released to all users.

EngadgetFeb 23, 2024
Some Apple Vision Pro units reportedly developed a similar hairline crack on the front glass
Picture the scene: you've had an enjoyable day of playing around in mixed reality using Apple's Vision Pro headset. Once you're done for the night, you carefully pack the Vision Pro away while leaving the battery pack connected and soft front cover attached. But when you wake up to begin a new day of work while wearing the $3,500 headset, you spot a problem: a hairline crack has formed on the front cover glass.

That's a problem that at least a few users have encountered, according to a handful of reports on Reddit. It's unclear how many units have been affected, though MacRumors suggests it's a small number. The issue occurred on Engadget's review unit as well. 

The cause of the problem is not yet known. But the similar appearance of the cracks and apparently small number of impacted units suggests that it's down to a manufacturing flaw. Engadget has contacted Apple for comment.

If Apple doesn't officially recognize the issue as a manufacturing defect, it may not cover the crack under the device's warranty. That's reportedly been the case for some of the affected users. As such, they're been put on the hook for $300 to repair the cover glass if they have AppleCare coverage. Otherwise, the cost is a stinging $800.

As MacRumors notes, Apple often offers special repair programs for recognized hardware issues, but that's only likely to happen if there are enough reports to warrant the company fully investigating the matter and identifying a

EngadgetFeb 23, 2024
A four-pack of AirTags is $20 off right now
Bluetooth trackers are handy little devices that can help you find things you've misplaced. If you're deep in the Apple ecosystem (or at least have an iPhone), AirTags are perhaps your best choice. If you've been meaning to pick some up, there's some good news for you as a four-pack of AirTags is on sale. The pack has dropped by $20 to $79. That's close to the lowest price we've seen for them, so it's a solid deal.

It's easy to set up an AirTag with your iPhone or iPad as it's a one-tap process. Once you've done that and attached an AirTag to an item, you'll be able to keep track of that alongside your family and friends in the Mind My app. AirTags don't store location data or history and their communications with the Find My network are encrypted and anonymous, Apple says.

You can play a sound on the AirTag's built-in speaker to help you find a misplaced item (useful for, say, a remote that's fallen down the side of a couch), and you can ask Siri for help finding your things. If you have a recent iPhone (11 or later), you'll be able to make use o

ComputerWorldJan 30, 2024
Zoom gets mixed-reality makeover for Apple's Vision Pro
Zoom has made its first foray into mixed reality with a meeting app for Apple's Vision Pro that promises new ways to collaborate in three dimensions.

With Apple's hich-tech headset due to launch Friday, Zoom has created a visionOS app that will make use of the "spatial computing" capabilities of the device. This includes 3D representations of meeting participants, with the ability to see facial and hand movements and the ability to scale the app to desired size. The features will be available beginning Feb. 2.

"The evolution of both new and existing Zoom technologies within emerging media is expected," said Wayne Kurtzman, IDC research vice president of social, communities and collaboration. "The enterprise should take note that these markets will evolve quickly in the years ahead — and collaboration will become more visual and engaging."

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TechNewsWorldJan 03, 2024
Courts, Regulators Pose Threat To Apple Services Revenue in 2024
The U.S. government's antitrust lawsuit against Google has produced anxiety about whether Apple will continue to rake in anywhere from $15 billion to $20 billion a year for making Google's search engine the default choice on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly preparing a case that could loosen Apple's iron grip on its App Store operations. The post Courts, Regulators Pose Threat To Apple Services Revenue in 2024 appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
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