iPhone XR shipping times slip beyond October 26th launch day delivery

After holding steady through the weekend, iPhone XR shipping times have officially slipped past launch day. This means that if you order today, your iPhone XR won’t arrive by Friday,

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Tim Cook visits developers & artists in Berlin & Paris ahead of Brussels privacy keynote

Tim Cook is in Europe this week as he prepares for his role as keynote speaker at a data protection conference in Brussels. While his speech at the event isn’t

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Instagram group video calling expanded to support up to six people

Back in June, Instagram launched support for video chat through its in-app direct messaging system. Originally, the feature supported video chats of up to four people, but today Instagram group

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New Apple Park Visitor Center T-shirts are inspired by classic designs

It’s widely known that Apple Park Visitor Center offers highly-coveted custom merchandise for guests. The curated selection of T-shirts, caps, souvenirs, and more isn’t available to purchase at any other

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Former high school teacher pleads guilty to accessing over 200 iCloud accounts as part of 2014 ‘Celebgate’

A fifth person has come forward to plead guilty to his role in gaining unauthorized access to celebrity iCloud accounts in 2014’s ‘Celebgate’. As reported by The Mercury News, Christopher

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Apple no longer signing iOS 12 following the release of iOS 12.0.1

After its release back in September, Apple is no longer signing the initial build of iOS 12. This means that users will now only be able to restore to the

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Apple opens dedicated Beats 1 studio in New York City; are you still a listener? [Poll]

Apple has opened a new studio in New York City for its always-on Beats 1 radio station. Fast Company reports that the studio is located in Manhattan’s Union Square, and

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GasBuddy app causing repeated iPhone crashes, Apple advises retail staff to uninstall app as workaround

Apple has discovered an esoteric bug that is causing many newer iPhone models, including iPhone XS, iPhone X, and iPhone 8, to repeatedly crash and respring (display a black loading

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Super Micro CEO joins Tim Cook in calling on Bloomberg to retract spy chip story

Earlier today, Super Micro Computer told its customers that it would conduct further checks into Bloomberg’s Chinese spy chip claims, despite a lack of evidence to support the claims. Now,

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9to5Mac Daily: October 22, 2018

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

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