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Apple using new AAE sidecar format for iOS 8 photos?

Please help I’ve deleted the .AAE files off my iPhone 5 on the computer and it has removed the original images off my phone what can I do now?

Posted by Fiona on January 12, 2016 at 9:29 PM (CST)

Apple Music tops 10 million subscribers, Apple News numbers a mystery

I’m shocked there are that many people willing to pay for Apple Music.  I started with the free preview and liked the layout and features.  My problems is with all the bugs I encountered during the time I used it.  Music would randomly stop playing, songs would play out of order and the last straw was when all of my offline music and playlists were deleted after the last iOS update.
I’m back with Spotify for now.  I’m hoping in a few months things get smoothed out and I can switch back.

Posted by Justin on January 12, 2016 at 8:31 PM (CST)

Apple releases iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2 betas

Also in tvOS 9.2: Podcasts app, homescreen folders, and a bunch of new Siri languages :-)

Posted by benjitek on January 11, 2016 at 4:28 PM (CST)

First Alert expands Onelink family with HomeKit-enabled Wi-Fi safe, environment monitor + thermostat

I need that gradient wallpaper.

Posted by Gerard on January 7, 2016 at 10:08 PM (CST)

Apple using new AAE sidecar format for iOS 8 photos?

There should be at least an automated album called “Edited” where these pictures will show. Right?

Posted by Diego on December 31, 2015 at 3:15 PM (CST)

Apple Watch 'four times' more accurate than iPhone at timekeeping

That’s kinda wacky, but awesome!

Posted by Galley on December 30, 2015 at 2:52 PM (CST)

Apple files for Beats 2-5 trademarks

Or Apple may just be doing a defensive trademark filing in order to block others early on, possibly avoiding more expensive legal actions later.

Posted by Facts Appear Directly Below on December 30, 2015 at 2:11 AM (CST)

Report: China Mobile points to new 4" iPhone in April 2016

This is so silly.  Apple really thinks there is a big enough market to release a 4” premium phone in 2015? (Despite any intimations to the contrary, a $400-$500 4” phone is still premium)

Posted by 0megapart1cle on December 22, 2015 at 1:22 PM (CST)

Philips starts blocking uncertified third-party bulbs from Hue ecosystem

Maybe Philips should address the interoperability issues of their own bulbs with their hub before bashing others. I see way too many timer, geofencing, and range issues when simply trying to turn on or off their own bulbs.

Posted by Pup on December 15, 2015 at 11:53 AM (CST)

Cook responds to criticisms of new Apple iPhone Smart Battery Case

Your an idiot Cook ugliest and dumbest idea ever

Posted by r6rydr on December 12, 2015 at 1:13 AM (CST)

Cook responds to criticisms of new Apple iPhone Smart Battery Case

If I needed a battery case, this is the one I’d get.  While it may not be the prettiest, it’s Apple’s product and can be supported and serviced by the staff and locations of the Apple Stores I already utilize for my MacBook and iPhone stuff…

Posted by benjitek on December 10, 2015 at 3:36 PM (CST)

Apple: Upgrading to iOS 9.2 may fix unresponsive iPad Pro issue

Can someone tell me the name of the game with the spaceship displayed in this article?

Posted by Arnaud Souza on December 9, 2015 at 2:56 PM (CST)

Microsoft's Cortana now available on iOS

No thanks…  All the digital assistants do some form of data sharing, Cortana more than most.  Function-wise though, I don’t like the way it’s Reminders/Tasks are their own thing, they don’t even work with Exchange Tasks but are instead kept in a separate ‘notebook’ that doesn’t sync with anything.  Same if you’re using Cortana on a Windows 10 device.

Posted by benjitek on December 9, 2015 at 1:09 PM (CST)

Apple releases improved Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader

For what the iPad Pro is selling for Apple should have thrown the Keypad, Pencil, the SD Card Reader and a few other items for nothing.

Posted by Barry Marshall on December 8, 2015 at 11:58 AM (CST)

Apple unveils its first official battery case for iPhone 6s

Is it me or what a strange looking case coming from Apple. It’s like they just glued a battery on the back and covered it in rubber. Very unlike Apple design…Maybe just testing the waters to see if apple fans will bite at the idea?

Posted by Gaston V on December 8, 2015 at 11:55 AM (CST)

Apple ending One to One group training on Dec. 17

“...but has since been rendered obsolete by themed workshops that Apple offers all customers free of charge.”
I’d beg to differ with that. Hands on, one-to-one Final Cut or Motion training for $99 was a steal. And Apple realized it.

Posted by Anony Moose on December 8, 2015 at 11:44 AM (CST)

Apple unveils its first official battery case for iPhone 6s

Haha why do you need this? Get a charger on the go!!

Posted by Leo on December 8, 2015 at 11:05 AM (CST)

Apple unveils its first official battery case for iPhone 6s

So, Sh*t’s about to get real when APPLE “admits” that maybe thinness at the sacrifice of battery life is not such a good thing after all.
With a company so focused on form over function, THIS is the best they could come up with?????

Posted by Lance Garvey on December 8, 2015 at 10:35 AM (CST)

Apple raises some iTunes Match, iCloud Music Library limits to 100K songs

I don’t think I am a part of the 100k rollout yet.  My iTunes library still has some grayed out songs.  I don’t know if there is some sort of procedure to get it to update, but I did update the Genius and “Update iCloud Music Library”.

Posted by ecirwin on December 7, 2015 at 11:02 AM (CST)

Apple's Eddy Cue shares his hopes for Apple News

I can see how many would enjoy Apple News.  For me though, all it did was reinforce my preference for RSS.

Posted by benjitek on December 1, 2015 at 1:50 PM (CST)

Amazon Instant Video app could hit Apple TV 'within a few weeks'

A new app will be great, though I’m currently enjoying the native AirPlay support combined with X-Ray.  My iPhone 6S Plus serves nicely as a 2nd screen with the X-Ray info instead of covering the media playing on the TV screen as it does when the app is on the streaming box itself.

Posted by benjitek on November 30, 2015 at 12:13 PM (CST)

Australian banks accused of anti-competitive behavior over Apple Pay lockout

True, but I’m more interested in your “Wrong and totally ignores the ...” which tells me absolutely nothing; where is the conflict of interest in these banks not wanting to pay Apple a fee? You Apple fanboys and shills are the ones that are truly pathetic; see…
What’s the point of Apple Pay? In the US, only ~5% of those Apple users, that have had the opportunity to use Apple Pay, have been interested enough to do so—LOL ...
PS: I comment on all articles about payments especially the nonsensical ones that come out of disingenuous marketing departments ...

Posted by Philip Cohen on November 27, 2015 at 7:53 PM (CST)

Australian banks accused of anti-competitive behavior over Apple Pay lockout

Wrong and totally ignores the huge conflict of interest present for these banks.
You seem to run around the internet looking for articles where you can criticize Apple and then you post the same comment in multiple places. I looked at your history. At times you have pasted the same comment on three or four different sites. You only do it when you go after Apple. Solid criticism is welcome, but your personal vendetta with Apple is pathetic. You are very transparent.

Posted by Disqus11111 on November 27, 2015 at 7:20 PM (CST)

Australian banks accused of anti-competitive behavior over Apple Pay lockout

Samsung and Google are acceptable to the banks because they aren’t asking for a cut of the banks’ fee; indeed, rather than the banks pay Apple a fee, Apple should pay the banks a fee for the right to use the banks’ payment system to promote their iPhone product ...
Apple Pay: a solution to a problem that does not exist ...

Posted by Philip Cohen on November 27, 2015 at 6:13 PM (CST)

Some Apple Music and iTunes Match services may be illegal in the U.K.

No, these services would NOT be illegal, because the copyright holders have EXPLICITLY agreed to permit you to do these things, as part of permitting Apple to offer these services.
Apple Match isn’t just covered by ‘fair use’, Apple had to come to an agreement with the music labels to actually offer this service [for which the labels get paid].

Posted by D R on November 27, 2015 at 2:04 PM (CST)

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