Twitter is considering offering users the ability to “unmention” themselves in other people’s tweets as part of a wider privacy drive for the social media platform. The early concept has been shared by Twitter designed Dominic Camozzi, who says the idea behind it is to help users control unwanted attention. An example image shows a […]

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In 2016, Apple considered an “audacious” plan to launch its own healthcare service, based on a subscription, with “Apple doctors” at clinics for customers, according to The Wall Street Journal. The project, which has since stalled due to internal concerns, was to offer customers an all-encompassing healthcare service that would integrate data collected from the […]

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A partial Apple Card outage impacting the ability of some customers to make in-store purchases using their ‌Apple Card‌ with Apple Pay is facing its second day in a row of issues, according to Apple’s system status page. On Monday, Apple said that some customers would be unable to make in-store purchases with their ‌Apple […]

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With the popularity of Disney+ showing no signs of abating, Disney is satisfied with its paid subscriber model and has no plans to introduce a cheaper ad-supported tier anytime soon. That was the take-home message from Disney CEO Bob Chapek when asked about the possibility of a cheaper plan offering for its video streaming service, […]

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In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, one of several new accessibility features that Apple has introduced is Background Sounds, which is designed to minimize distractions and help you stay focused, stay calm, and minimize distractions with the help of your iPhone or iPad. The Background Sounds on offer include balanced, bright, and dark noise, as […]

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The Mayo Clinic today debuted support for the Apple Health records feature available on the iPhone, allowing Mayo Clinic patients to add their medical records to the Health app. Health Records is a feature that’s designed to allow patients to view and aggregate all of their health data in one easy-to-access spot on the ‌iPhone‌. […]

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Sonos is today participating in an antitrust hearing on the smart home, where Sonos legal chief Eddie Lazarus had some commentary to share on the smart home market and the dominance of companies like Amazon, Google, and Apple. Headed up by Amy Klobuchar, the Subcommittee on Competition Policy, Antitrust, and Consumer Rights is today hosting […]

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With macOS Monterey, Apple has introduced expanded AirPlay 2 support, so you can ‌AirPlay‌ content from an iPhone, iPad, or even another Mac to your main Mac. We thought we’d do a quick demo of this handy new feature in our latest YouTube video. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. With ‌AirPlay‌ […]

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Apple today shared the trailer for the second season of animated comedy “Central Park,” which is set to launch on Apple TV+ on Friday, June 25. “Central Park” follows a family who serve as caretakers for Central Park in New York City and who must fend off a wealthy hotel heiress who wants to turn […]

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Apple in April began adding classic games to its Apple Arcade catalog, and today, Apple announced three new games that are coming in the near future: Angry Birds Reloaded, Doodle God Universe, and Alto’s Odyssey: The Lost City. Apple announced the new games on Twitter today, and those interested in playing them when they launch […]

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