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This 2004 iPod can stream music from Spotify

While it went on to be eclipsed in importance by the iPhone, it's fair to say most people have a special place in their hearts for the iPod. It is in many ways the defining gadget of the mid-aughts. So what better way to honor its legacy than by givi

January 28, 2021 11:55 p.m., Engadget, Permalink

Petition calls on Apple to remove Robinhood from App Store amid GameStop kerfuffle

A new petition is calling on Apple to remove Robinhood from the App Store after the service froze trades of GameStop and other stocks backed by Redditors.Credit: RobinhoodIn January 2021, users on the WallStreetBets subreddit drove a handful of stocks, which were shorted by hedge funds, to unusually high prices. Amid the chaos, Robinhood and other trading services blocked trades of those stocks, citing "volatility." Read more

01/28/2021 11:54 p.m., AppleInsider, Permalink

Jamf partners with TRUCE on location-based device enforcement program

Apple enterprise management company Jamf is partnering with TRUCE Software on a new location-based device management program that emphasizes safety and user privacy. Jamf is partnering with TRUCE Software on a new program that balances employer policies and employee privacy The companies announced the new integrated solution on Thursday, noting the system adds an automated safety layer to Apple devices managed by Jamf Pro. Read more

01/28/2021 11:18 PM, AppleInsider, Permalink

01/28/2021 11:00 PM

Robinhood users petition Apple to remove it from the App Store after blocking trades of GME

The ongoing trading freeze related to Robinhood and stocks such as GameStop and AMC continues to extend to Apple’s App Store today. As we reported earlier this morning, Robinhood made the controversial decision to ban trades of GME, KOSS, and other Reddit-backed stocks. Now, affected Robinhood users are calling on Apple to remove Robinhood from the App Store - and accusing the company of censoring negative Robinhood reviews on the App Store. more ...

01/28/2021 10:55 PM, 9to5Mac, Permalink

Jamf partners with TRUCE Software for location-based iOS device management

Jamf, the popular Apple device management platform, has announced a new partnership and integrated solution with TRUCE Software. With the Jamf and TRUCE integration, organizations will be able to use located-based device management for iOS devices to offer additional safety and privacy implementations when at work, and the device will return to normal when leaving. more ...

01/28/2021 10:37 PM, 9to5Mac, Permalink

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9to5Mac Happy Hour 314: Premium MacBook Air, iOS 14.4 release, AAPL earnings

9to5Mac’s Benjamin Mayo and Zac Hall unpack the newest MacBook Air rumors about a thinner and lighter model with higher performance, iOS 14.4 and Apple’s latest software updates and new features, Dan Riccio’s mysterious new role at Apple, and the company's big earnings results. Sponsored by Pill Pack: Amazon Prime Members can save on prescription medication when not using insurance and get FREE 2-Day delivery! Learn more at amazon.com/happyhourrx. Sponsored by Headspace: You deserve to feel happier, and Headspace is meditation made simple. Go to headspace.com/mac to start your free one-month trial. Sponsored by TextExpander: Visit textexpander.com/podcast and select 9to5Mac Happy Hour to save 20% off your first year! more ...

01/28/2021 8:46 pm, 9to5Mac, Permalink

Clubhouse: Consumer advice center warns operators about data protection concerns

The hype surrounding the new audio community Clubhouse (App Store link) continues: Just recently, an appearance by Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow on the platform caused a scandal. Numerous security experts have now also been called to the scene by Clubhouse. It was to be seen how long it would take before the consumer advice center would also comment on it. [...]

01/28/2021 8:37 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

Fight over data: Facebook should prepare antitrust lawsuit against Apple

Facebook is currently preparing an antitrust lawsuit against Apple. In it, the social media giant accuses the iPhone group of market abuse. Apple prefers its own services. On Wednesday, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg had already dealt against Apple in an interview with analysts after submitting the quarterly figures. One sees Apple increasingly as "one of our greatest competitors". And, according to Zuckerberg: "Apple may claim that they are doing it to help people - but their steps clearly follow their competitive interests." Specifically, read more about the dispute on t3n.de.

01/28/2021 8:28 p.m., t3n, Permalink

Apple TV Channels lets you choose what you want to watch, here’s every option

Apple TV Channels is a feature in Apple’s TV app that allows you to subscribe to streaming services directly in the TV app. This comes with several benefits, such as billing through Apple and the ability to easily drop and add subscriptions. The feature first launched back in April of 2019, and Apple has been adding new services on a regular basis since then. more ...

01/28/2021 8:28 pm, 9to5Mac, Permalink

Verbatim Alu Slim: compact hard drive also works with macOS

In fact, I've been using a home server, a Synology DiskStation, to back up my data for years. But if you want to take some data with you to friends on the fly, you can use USB sticks as well as compact 2.5 ″ hard drives, which you can quickly and easily feed with data and transfer to so well [...]

01/28/2021 8:01 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

01/28/2021 8:00 p.m.

SmartGym gains smart auto-fill, 3D exercise animations, and more on iPhone, Apple Watch [Giveaway]

SmartGym for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch is out today with a solid update. The latest version brings all-new 3D exercise animations for the entire database, a smart auto-fill feature, a new Apple Watch edit screen, and more. We’ve also got 10 codes for a free year of SmartGym Premium for 9to5Mac readers thanks to developer Matt Abras! more ...

01/28/2021 7:55 pm, 9to5Mac, Permalink

Polylino: Children's book portal can currently be used free of charge

Currently, many care and educational institutions are closed again or are only running in an emergency or alternating operation. This particularly applies to toddlers and kindergarten children who now want to be employed elsewhere. The children's book portal Polylino, headquartered in Sweden, wants to contribute to the current situation in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and, according to its own statement, offers "for a limited [...]

01/28/2021 7:28 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

01/28/2021 7:00 p.m.

YouTube is testing its own version of Twitch clips

YouTube is finally allowing users to create and share clips from videos. A small number of creators will have access to the clipping tool during the initial test, including some gaming channels. The feature is now available on desktop and Android and

January 28, 2021 6:55 pm, Engadget, Permalink

Philips TV & Sound: Four new sports headphones models presented

According to Philips, the well-known Dutch electronics manufacturer, almost two thirds of active athletes train with headphones, in the age group 16 to 24 it is even more than 90 percent. Special sports headphones prove to be particularly advantageous due to their water and sweat resistance, their fit and the robust materials used. Philips is also already in this segment [...]

01/28/2021 6:19 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

Future Apple Watch may move its battery to give haptic feedback

Apple is investigating how to make the battery in an Apple Watch move in order to provide haptic feedback to the wearer. Future Apple Watches may use a battery that moves to provide haptic feedbackApple is continuing its efforts to make Apple Watch thinner, this time by looking to remove the need for a standalone Taptic engine. Instead of space being taken up by that engine, Apple is looking to see if it can instead make the battery do double duty as a haptic feedback source. Read more

01/28/2021 6:09 p.m., AppleInsider, Permalink

01/28/2021 6:00 p.m.

GM plans to exclusively sell electric vehicles by 2035

GM isn't just planning to electrify many of its cars in the years ahead - it's ditching combustion engines entirely. As CNBC reports, GM has unveiled plans to completely eliminate tailpipe emissions from new “light-duty vehicles” (read: everyday cars

01/28/2021 5:55 p.m., Engadget, Permalink

Dispute over advertising ID: Google wants to comply with Apple's data protection rules, sees problems for app developers

In the future, Google wants to completely forego access to the advertising ID under iOS, but warns of serious economic consequences for third-party developers. Google is bowing to Apple's new data protection requirements and even decided, in a radical step, not to access the device-specific advertising ID in Apple's iOS with its own apps in the future. So far, this option has only been used in a few cases, according to Google in a blog post. Google also wants to read more about Apple's new data protection package on t3n.de.

01/28/2021 5:37 p.m., t3n, Permalink

Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition is currently free for Windows and Mac

It has become a tradition that there is a free game in the Epic Games Store every Thursday. More and more often, Mac users are also allowed to play with the right hardware and today there is again a title that is not only available for Windows. Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition is free to download today. Welcome to […]

01/28/2021 5:37 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

iPhone cameras: Apple is researching novel lens systems with periscope technology

Slowly but surely, Apple and other smartphone manufacturers are reaching the limits of what is technically possible with conventional means with the cameras of the devices. Both in Cupertino and elsewhere, people are therefore thinking intensively about innovative solutions, for example new types of periscope systems. These would make it possible, among other things, to reduce the number of lenses commonly used today from three or

01/28/2021 5:27 p.m., MacTechNews, Permalink

Apple Pickup, Express storefronts, and the point of no return

In 2011, Apple reversed the direction of scrolling with Mac OS X Lion. It was a point of no return. iOS popularity was accelerating, and the Mac had to adapt. Apple included a scroll direction toggle to smooth the transition. Some people loved the change and longtime Mac users expressed frustration, but one thing was immediately clear: computers had evolved, and there was no going back. more ...

01/28/2021 5:19 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

Apple moves iPad and iPhone production from China to India and Vietnam

According to a report by the business magazine Nikkei Asia, Apple is stepping up the relocation of its production of iPhones, iPads, Macs and other products. Production is relocated from China to India and Vietnam. Apple's relocation of production As Nikkei Asia writes, Apple hopes that the trade conflict between the US and China will be somewhat defused under the new US President Joe Biden

January 28, 2021 5:10 p.m., apfelnews, permalink

Use Threema on your PC or Mac - that's how it works

In search of alternatives to the controversial Messenger Whatsapp, many users switch to Threema. The open source app also offers a desktop version. Telegram and Whatsapp are by no means the only messengers who have given their popular messaging apps a web version. Threema also offers an online version that synchronizes with the app version and uses the same security standard. Threema Web creates an end-to-end encrypted connection between smartphone and browser. In addition to reading on t3n.de

01/28/2021 5:01 p.m., t3n, Permalink

Viper 8KHz: The first available 8,000 Hertz mouse comes from Razer

A few months ago, Razer introduced a prototype mouse with a USB polling rate of 8,000 Hertz. Now, with the Viper 8KHz, the first input device with the technology called HyperPolling has hit the market. Basically it is a mixture of classic Viper (test) with Viper Ultimate (test).

01/28/2021 5:01 p.m., ComputerBase, Permalink

01/28/2021 5:00 p.m.

Report: Facebook building antitrust lawsuit against Apple over iOS 14 privacy features

Facebook is reportedly planning to take its long-running battle with Apple to the courts. The Information reports that Facebook has been working with outside legal counsel to prepare an antitrust lawsuit against Apple alleging that the company “abused its power in the smartphone market by forcing app developers to abide by App Store rules that Apple's own apps don't have to follow. " more ...

01/28/2021 4:10 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

iCloud: Password sync soon on Windows with Chrome

Anyone who travels in the iOS and macOS world as well as with Windows generally appreciates the fact that iCloud is also available on computers with Microsoft's operating system. So far, photos and bookmarks as well as emails, contacts, calendars and tasks could be synchronized with iPhone, iPad and Mac using the corresponding iCloud Drive app. With a recently released

01/28/2021 4:09 p.m., MacTechNews, Permalink

BuhoCleaner cleans up the Mac: Download the full version now for free

It is always quicker than one would like. If the Mac is in use for a long time, you collect a relatively large amount of data, some of which can be deleted. With programs like CleanMyMac you can clean up your computer quickly - as an alternative, we would like to introduce you to the new BuhoCleaner app today. BuhoCleaner concentrates on a total of [...]

01/28/2021 4:01 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

01/28/2021 4:00 p.m.

Tested: This is the leather backpack for MacBook Pro that Apple would make

If Apple made a leather backpack for MacBook Pro models, I'm pretty sure it would look and feel a lot like the Harber London Slim Laptop Backpack. Regular readers will know I'm a sucker for premium leather bags, and I'm an equal opportunity guy when it comes to different leather styles and finishes. But if you look at things like Apple’s leather sleeve for the MacBook Pro, it's clear that the company favors extremely smooth and soft leather, at a price that reflects the quality - and that’s exactly what we get with this backpack… more…

01/28/2021 3:55 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

Anonymous and targeted search: Google annoy you with this little trick

Google's algorithm usually finds the best search results, but that comes at a price: your data. But what if you could also take advantage of Google's precision completely anonymously? That is the promise of the search engine Startpage. We explain what is behind it here.

01/28/2021 3:46 p.m., CHIP, Permalink

iPad: Corona did that with the Apple tablet

After a meteoric rise after its market launch in 2010, the iPad had almost become a problem child in recent years. Apple countered this with professional hardware, more models and sometimes expensive accessories. At the end of 2020 there was a big surprise that can hardly surprise anyone.

1/28/2021 3:18 p.m., MacNews, Permalink

Smartphone market: Apple new number 1 thanks to iPhone 12 - Huawei falls out of the top 5

In the Christmas quarter, Apple sold more smartphones than ever before. Huawei, on the other hand, has had to give up a lot and lost a lot in the ranking of the world's largest smartphone manufacturers. Every year, Apple wins the crown of the smartphone manufacturer with the best-selling devices worldwide in the Christmas quarter. That was the case again in the fourth quarter of 2020, but the iPhone manufacturer was able to achieve an absolute sales record despite the later market launch of its iPhone 12 series. The tech giant Huawei, on the other hand, has lost a lot of ground

01/28/2021 3:10 p.m., t3n, Permalink

Carrot Weather receives major overhaul with new design and customization, now free to download

Carrot Weather has seen some great updates over the years, particularly with some sharp widgets alongside iOS 14 last year. But today's 5.0 update is next level for the highly popular weather app. Carrot Weather now features a fresh vertical layout, all-new icons built from scratch, a slick “Interface Maker” to customize the app exactly how you want, new “Cards” UI element, and the app has now gone free to download with in-app purchases to unlock all the premium features. more ...

01/28/2021 3:10 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

9to5Mac Daily: January 28, 2021 - Apple Q1 earnings recap, more

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac.9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Enjoy the podcast ?: Shop Apple at Amazon to support 9to5Mac Daily! more ...

01/28/2021 3:10 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

New URL: Full-Text-Feed @ macprime.ch/api/rss-artikel

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01/28/2021 3:09 p.m., macprime, Permalink

Record number of switchers and upgraders for the new iPhone

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