Cade Sandager

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Take a peek at the new version of OS X, El Capitan

Named after a giant granite cliff in Yosemite National Park, Apple’s latest version of OS X looks pretty good, with new ways to manage windows and better performance. Most importantly, it’s now easy to mute annoying audio in open browser windows!<p>Unveiled during the Monday morning keynote at Apple’s …

Square Will Launch An Apple Pay-Ready NFC And Card Chip Reader This Fall

Apple today announced a new partnership for Apple Pay with Square, which will release a new card reader designed to allow small businesses to take Apple Pay payments as well as credit card chip payments, but not card swipes.<p>However, Square says it will ship its standard magnetic card stripe reader …

App Thinning in iOS 9 might finally mean your 16GB iPhone isn't always out of space

A new feature Apple is quietly building into iOS 9 called ‘App Thinning‘ means that your phone may have more free space and use less data to update.<p>App Thinning is a new feature that optimizes the install of iOS and watchOS apps to use the lowest amount of storage space on your device.<p>Each app will …

WebPonize for Mac converts images to Google's WebP

Google introduced the WebP image format in 2010, as a new open standard to speed up page loads. But it’s not been easy to convert PNG and JPEG files to WebP.<p>That’s precisely what WebPonize does. The simple Mac app, which has just been released in alpha, lets you drag and drop images to quickly get …

Sorry Sonos lovers, Apple Music won’t play on your speakers

Apple Music could be the best music service for mobile devices ever created if it lives up to the hype Eddy Cue danced into it during today’s keynote, but it won’t play nice with Internet connected speaker systems like Sonos.<p>Sonos speaker lovers won’t be able to jam out on their favorite tunes …

iOS 9 is turning the iPad into what it always wanted to be: the new-age PC

Split-screen multitasking and more pave the way for a more serious iPad<p>Apple's upcoming iOS 9 has a bunch of under-the-hood performance improvements and new features, like a new, more intelligent personal assistant. While all iOS devices dating back to 2011's iPhone 4S will benefit from the new …

Apple Finally Learns AI Is The New UI

But is it too late to beat Google?<p>“Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like,” Steve Jobs once said. “That’s not what we think design is. It’s not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”<p>It’s an ironic quote, given the countless examples of Apple …

Apple's Next Moves: iOS 9, Apple Music, Watch Apps

Apple Watch launch: Tim Cook says it's 'the most personal device we've ever created'

Apple has entered the smartwatch market for the first time, with the Apple Watch<p><b>Apple</b> has entered the smartwatch market for the first time, with the <b>Apple Watch</b>.<p>"I am so excited and I am so proud to share it with you this morning. It is the next chapter in Apple's story," said Apple CEO Tim …

Why the Apple Watch could completely disrupt the digital watch business

Apple’s track record of disruption is solid. While iPod crushed competitors in the MP3-player space, the iPhone was an even bigger game-changer for the smartphone industry, and the iPad has had significant adverse impact on the PC market.<p>Apple has already disrupted big consumer electronics …

Everything Apple Announced at Its September 2014 Event

After months of anticipation, the iPhone 6 is finally official… along with a bunch of other stuff! Here’s a recap of the highlights from Apple’s event today in Cupertino in case you were having some technical problems with the livestream. For full details, check out the link(s) below each highlight.<p>…

Apple Watch: Does anyone need a smartwatch?

<b>In his trademark black turtleneck, blue jeans, and trainers, Apple co-founder and chief executive Steve Jobs convinced consumers, time and time again, that they desperately desired a product for which they had never previously felt a need.</b><p>On Tuesday, his successor Tim Cook took to the stage at an …

Apple launches iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Apple Watch

Apple announced its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones alongside the much-anticipated Apple Watch in an event in California<p>Expectations were high - and <b>Apple</b> did not disappoint its fans by announcing not only two new <b>iPhones</b>, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, but the much-anticipated Apple …

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'Battery life will make or break the Apple Watch'

For all the high-tech features mentioned in Tim Cook's Apple keynote event, the battery life of the Apple Watch was notable by its absence, says Sophie Curtis<p>Apple announced its first foray into wearable devices last night, with the unveiling of the Apple Watch. The smartwatch features a square …

The Apple Watch Will Be the Most Viral Apple Product Ever

In economics and business, a network effect (also called network externality or demand-side economies of scale) is the effect that one user of a good or service has on the value of that product to other people. When a network effect is present, the value of a product or service is dependent on the …

Review: Apple Watch looks to be another winner

CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — As computerized wristwatches go, the upcoming Apple Watch looks impressive.<p>I like that it will come in two sizes, so the …

Developing Next-Generation Apps for the Apple Watch

The word is out! The new Apple Watch is coming your way in early 2015, providing a brand new platform and great opportunities for a new category of apps. In this post I'll cover some of the basic features available for app developers so you can begin thinking about how these features can be put to …

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These Burning Questions Prove Apple Still Has Some Explaining To Do

Apple revealed two new iPhone 6 models and the long-rumored Apple Watch wearable, and the company even paraded out U2 to announce a free album for all iTunes members.<p>But once the hype settled and the cheering died down, we were still left scratching our heads over several key details that Apple …

What Is The Fate Of Apple’s iPhone 5C?

With Apple releasing new iPhones next week, the question arises: what will happen to its existing models?<p>With recent releases, Apple has kept older devices around to serve it at lower price points in certain regions. But which older devices are going, which are staying and what will the prices …

Apparent Working 4.7-Inch iPhone 6 Reveals Home Screen Layout, Passbook Icon With Payments [Updated]

Chinese site <i>cnBeta</i> highlights a series of photos posted by Weibo user <i>zzray</i> showing what is claimed to be an official, functional, and activated iPhone 6. While the authenticity of the device can not be confirmed, it does have some interesting characteristics worth noting.<p><i>iPhone 5s (left) and</i> …

More evidence that iPhone 6 will have NFC radio inside when it debuts Sept. 9

Apple appears to be ready to pull the trigger on Near Field Communications (NFC) and mobile payments.<p>As we reported in June, the iPhone 6 will likely contain an NFC radio inside. Adding evidence to the pile, Wired is reporting this morning that its own sources are saying that NFC is in the …

Apple Updates HealthKit Privacy Policy

- Aug 28, 2014<p>Apple has updated their HealthKit privacy policy for developers in order to keep user data from falling into the hands of advertisers …

Hands-on with the fully reversible Lightning to USB cable from Truffol (Video)

Rumors have suggested that Apple is planning to release a new version of its Lightning to USB cable that would be reversible on both ends. Initially this cable was rumored to launch with the iPhone 6, but another report claims it will launch at a later date, possibly next year.<p>Third-party …

iPhone 6 will reportedly feature NFC and Apple's own mobile payments platform

Apple has long resisted adding NFC to the iPhone, but it appears the company will finally be embracing the technology as part of a huge push into mobile payments planned to coincide with the launch of iPhone 6. <i>Wired</i> reports that Apple's next smartphone(s) will feature an all-new mobile payments …

Sapphire production for iPhone 6 won’t hit full speed until 2015

The uncertainty about iPhone 6 availability this fall is largely centered around one component: sapphire. The ultra-durable material is rumored to be in not only two new iPhone models this fall, but the iWatch as well.<p>Apple’s only sapphire partner is GT Advanced Technologies with a relatively small …

Conjecture Regarding Larger iPhone Displays

Throughout the entire rumor cycle for this year’s new iPhones, we’ve been inundated with reports of two new screen sizes, 4.7 and 5.5 inches. But …

Image of Redesigned Apple USB Power Adapter Surfaces [Updated]

A new image said to be of a redesigned Apple USB power adapter has been shared by a user on Weibo (Google Translate, via <i>Gizmobic</i>), hinting that Apple's supposed new Lightning cable may be released alongside a new charger. The power adapter appears to be more rounded compared to Apple's current …

Cases for 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Reportedly Appear in Sprint's Inventory

Cases for the the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 have appeared in Sprint's inventory system, letting authorized resellers place orders for the …

Apple to Launch 12.9-Inch iPad in Early 2015

Apple is planning to launch its much-rumored 12.9-inch iPad in early 2015, reports <i>Bloomberg</i>. Hints of the tablet, which has been dubbed the "iPad Pro" in rumors, first appeared in mid-2013, with a prospective 2014 launch date. Recent rumors, however, suggested plans for the tablet had been put on …