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Apple edges closer to cursory code review for all Mac apps

In a message to developers, the company said it will soon require all macOS apps to pass at least a cursory review before they can be downloaded and run by users.

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Reality distortion: ‘Steve Jobs would never…’

The 'Steve would never' trope is little more than projection.

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Apple Card just defined right and wrong in FinTech

With the rollout of its own credit card, Apple just redefined what's right and what's wrong in the financial services business and is making a consumer-friendly stand.

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Head to head: Apple MacBook Air vs. Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 for Business

When every ounce and inch counts for business travel, these ultraslim laptops pack a lot of performance per pound.

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Apple's new iMacs: Better for consumer and enterprise pros

Apple’s newly updated iMacs offer faster processors, much-improved graphics, and more.

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What to expect at WWDC 2019 - Pt 1

Apple has announced WWDC 2019 takes place in early June. What can we expect to see at the show?

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CorelDRAW returns to the Mac

CorelDRAW is available for the Mac for the first time since 2001.

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A brief guide to USB 4 for Mac and iOS users

40gbps, USB-C and Thunderbolt support, but won't be inside your products until at least 2020

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Apple’s expanding enterprise ecosystem

The growing number of mobile device management (MDM) service providers proves the expansion of Apple in the enterprise.

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Apple in 2019: It’s all about the software, stupid

Apple’s transition into a service provider is accelerating, with the company hiring more software developers than hardware developers.

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A Mac user’s guide to the Google Chrome browser

Though Safari is the default browser for most mac OS users, some have to use Chrome.

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Apple’s plan to integrate iOS, macOS apps could mean renewed focus on desktops

Apple's move to enable the development of apps that run on iPhones, iPads and Macs could mean the company now sees more growth potential in desktops as the smartphone market becomes more saturated.

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Rumor: Apple plots a big product salvo in 2019

The latest set of Apple-related rumors to emerge from the spookily accurate desk of analyst Ming-Chi Kou...

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How to use your Mac safely in public places

If you use your Mac in public places, it makes sense to take precautions against theft, loss, and hacks.

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How to use iOS Reminders on your iPhone

Do you use the reminders app on your iPhone? These tips will help you use reminders effectively, particularly so far as Siri is concerned.

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Why Apple is disabling Safari’s Do Not Track feature

Apple's decision to get rid of the ‘Do Not Track’ setting in its Safari browser is absolutely correct.

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Apple Retail offers enterprise-class MDM for the rest of us

SMBs using Apple technologies can deploy the same system and device management tools as any major enterprise, using a solution that’s available for sale at Apple Retail stores.

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CVS to let customers share med history with Apple Health

CVS insurance subsidiary Aetna has released an app that lets members opt-in to sharing their electronic medical records with Apple's health service; in turn, Apple will offer Apple Watch wearers personalized fitness and health goals. ...

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Everything you need to know about Apple's Q2 19 results

As iPhone sales slow, here's a look at some of the more interesting insights into Apple's business.

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Microsoft peddles Office apps from Apple's Mac e-store

Microsoft's Office applications – Excel, Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive, PowerPoint and Word – are now available through the Mac App Store.

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