We’re only a few days away from Memorial Day in the United States on Monday, May 30, and numerous retailers have opened up major discounts on Apple-related products as we head into the long weekend. Below you’ll find markdowns from popular accessory companies like Nomad, Hyper, JBL, Casely, Belkin, Brydge, and more. Note: MacRumors is […]

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The “A16” chip for the iPhone will reportedly be manufactured with the same process as the iPhone 13’s A15 Bionic, with Apple saving a bigger performance leap for the “M2” chip designed for its next-generation Macs. Meanwhile, the company is working on a “final” M1 chip variant that uses more powerful cores from the A15, […]

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In news that could weigh heavily on the future success of Apple TV, Microsoft has confirmed it is working to bring an affordable streaming device to market that would allow users to play Xbox games without the need for a full-blown console. It has been suggested for years that Microsoft wants to make gaming accessible […]

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Google has announced long-omitted support for using keyboard shortcuts to cut, copy, and paste files in Google Drive on the web – but only if you’re accessing the service through its Chrome browser. In what may come as a surprise to some, Google Drive on the web has never offered access to clipboard functions, despite […]

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There appear to be ongoing issues with Instagram, based on a number of complaints from Instagram users who are unable to use the social network as normal. Some users have been logged out of the app and are not able to access it at all, while others are seeing blank image posts or are having […]

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Apple is preparing for the Worldwide Developers Conference that’s set to kick off in less than two weeks, and today updated the Apple Developer app with information about the 2022 event. The Apple Developer app has details on session videos, Digital Lounges, labs, coding challenges, and more for WWDC 2022, allowing developers to sign up […]

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Senator Amy Klobuchar last night introduced a revised version [PDF] of the American Choice and Innovation Act, as the U.S. government continues to work toward legislation that targets major tech companies and that would mandate sideloading on the iPhone. There are few changes to the bill that would alleviate Apple’s concerns about it, and the […]

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The iPhone 14 Max is currently behind schedule by around three weeks, according to Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu. Yesterday, Nikkei Asia reported that at least one ‌iPhone 14‌ model was three weeks behind schedule due to the impact of lockdowns on Apple’s supply chains in China, but it was not clear which ‌iPhone […]

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In addition to online ordering, the new Pride Edition Sport Loop and Pride Edition Nike Sport Loop for the Apple Watch are now available for purchase at select Apple Store locations around the world. In-store availability varies, with some locations offering pickup starting today and others offering pickup as late as June 1. Apple said […]

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Amazon is offering sales on Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad and 8.3-inch iPad mini tablets this week, with as much as $90 off these devices. iPad mini Every color of Apple’s 64GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 6 is down to $409.00 on Amazon, from $499.00. Although not an all-time low price, this deal is a good second-best offer […]

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