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Apple Music will be available on Sonos, just not at launch

Apple Music will be available on Sonos, just not at launch

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One of the major questions we had about Apple Music on its launch at WWDC last month is will it be available through Sonos speakers like major rivals Spotify, Deezer and Tidal?The answer is yes, it seems. Apple has confirmed that it is working closely... >>

El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

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Apple may be preparing a new 4K iMac for the 21.5-inch range.Currently Apple has its 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina display dazzling eyes with its high resolution screen. But the smaller 21.5-inch iMac hasn't had a screen update in some time.Code in the... >>

What’s going on with Apple Music? Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Dre, Elton John and more explained

What’s going on with Apple Music? Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Dre, Elton John and more explained

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Apple Music is about to launch on 30 June and already it's getting plenty of attention. So far we've had the Taylor Swift event, and now Pharrell Williams and Elton John confirmed for radio shows.The Apple Music service will be accessible via an app that... >>

Apple Music's first exclusive is none other than...

Apple Music's first exclusive is none other than...

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Apple Music's first exclusive is none other than...a new single from a guy who has posted videos of himself and been spotted donning a gold Apple Watch well before the smartwatch even became available for purchase. His name is Pharrell. Apart from being... >>

Apple iPhone could be in for an OLED flexible display upgrade

Apple iPhone could be in for an OLED flexible display upgrade

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Apple has been toying with flexible displays for sometime, if patent documents are anything to go by. Now it appears the company will be adding not only flexible but OLED screens to its iPhones from 2018.According to sources of Business Korea, display... >>

Apple iPhone 7 may get rid of home button and put Touch ID in the screen

Apple iPhone 7 may get rid of home button and put Touch ID in the screen

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The Apple iPhone 7 may do away with the home button at last, but not its fingerprint sensor.Android devices have been appearing without home buttons for some time now. But Apple being Apple it isn't just going to copy. It looks like Apple will be turning... >>

Taylor Swift complaint gets artists paid for Apple Music free trial

Taylor Swift complaint gets artists paid for Apple Music free trial

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After Apple announced that its new Apple Music streaming service would offer a three-month free trial, the world rejoiced. But there was more to it than met the eye.According to an open letter written by Taylor Swift to Apple, artists would be the ones... >>

Shopping with Apple Pay and Eddy Cue

Shopping with Apple Pay and Eddy Cue

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Apple Pay is coming to the UK in July, and while it's been available in the US for some time, Pocket-lint wanted to find out first hand what it is like to use your phone, or watch, to buy things in store rather than your cards.And so who better to show... >>

Turn your iPhone or iPad into a full 1-inch 20MP sensor DSLR with the DxO One

Turn your iPhone or iPad into a full 1-inch 20MP sensor DSLR with the DxO One

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If you want to enhance your iPhone or iPad camera, its now possible with a direct connecting DSLR equivalent.The DxO One is a small camera attachment that fits into the lightning connector of you iPhone or iPad and lets you use the screen like you would... >>

iPhone Photography Awards: The amazing winning pictures

iPhone Photography Awards: The amazing winning pictures

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The winners of the 8th annual iPhone Photography Awards have been announced and wow, are some of the shots absolutely stunning.Founded in 2007 soon after the iPhone first launched, the awards looks to reward photographers who've ditched their camera in... >>

Apple Watch available to pick up in store from today

Apple Watch available to pick up in store from today

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The Apple Watch is becoming more available than ever, from today. Anyone can now order an Apple Watch online and pick it up in an Apple Store. Technically you could order in an Apple Store and pick it up right there.Until now the Apple Watch has been... >>

Apple's latest store features a bank vault so you can try on the Apple Watch in private

Apple's latest store features a bank vault so you can try on the Apple Watch in private

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Apple has turned an old bank on the Upper East Side in New York City into one of the company's latest flagship stores.The new very upmarket store occupies part of a Beaux Arts building that originally housed the US Mortgage & Trust bank over 93 years... >>

Apple's next iPhone might come with a front-facing flash and more, reveals iOS 9 code

Apple's next iPhone might come with a front-facing flash and more, reveals iOS 9 code

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Apple's next iPhone might let you unleash your inner Kim K.People who love to snap selfies will be glad to hear the next-generation iPhone should include 1080p video-recording and a built-in flash, according to configuration files uncovered in the first... >>

Apple to introduce own version of Street View to Maps, sends out a fleet of camera cars

Apple to introduce own version of Street View to Maps, sends out a fleet of camera cars

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Apple is considerably behind Google when it comes to map data and features, after all the search engine giant has been developing Google Maps for far longer. However, there is one feature that Apple would like to implement as soon as possible and it is... >>

What great watches you could buy instead of the Apple Watch?

What great watches you could buy instead of the Apple Watch?

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Apple launched the Watch as a fashion piece, a desirable objet du jour, neatly divided into easily digestible price segments. There's the Apple Watch Sport for those at the bottom end, teasing you with plenty of strap options to dress it up and make... >>

Apple Pay UK: Some retailers to ditch £20 contactless limit

Apple Pay UK: Some retailers to ditch £20 contactless limit

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Visa and MasterCard have confirmed that some retailers in the UK will waive the £20 contactless limit when users pay with Apple Pay via their iPhone.The new service, coming to the UK and supported by most of the major UK banks (apart from Barclays),... >>

Barclays customer? No Apple Pay for you then

Barclays customer? No Apple Pay for you then

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When Apple announced that Apple Pay was coming to the UK, there was a surprise omission: there was no sign of Barclays Bank, one of the UK's most prominent high street banks.Barclays isn't going to supporting Apple Pay when it launches in the UK next... >>

Apple HomeKit: 6 compatible devices coming before the end of 2015

Apple HomeKit: 6 compatible devices coming before the end of 2015

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Apple's HomeKit was first announced a year ago at Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in 2014. The idea was to simplify home automation and allow you to have wireless and electronic control of your home and lots of things in it.It has taken a while... >>

iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What's different or new?

iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What's different or new?

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While kicking off its main keynote at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday, Apple focused on changes to its apps and introduced new software tricks for iPhones and iPads.It demoed fresh Siri capabilities, for instance, and even a new name... >>

What is Apple News?

What is Apple News?

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Apple has announced a new app for iOS 9 called Apple News that looks to merge an RSS reader with article discovery in an attempt to highlight cool features and articles to read.Replacing the Apple Newsstand app, the new Apple News app will be released... >>

What's new in Apple watchOS 2? 11 cool new features to look forward to

What's new in Apple watchOS 2? 11 cool new features to look forward to

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Apple has announced a new version of its Apple Watch operating system dubbed watchOS 2.The new watchOS 2 now offers new time piece functions, better comms, health and fitness, maps, Siri and even more control for developers.The full watchOS 2 update will... >>

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

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Apple is planning to make it even easier to switch to iOS 9 from Android with a new app out later this year. Although not announced on stage at the company's WWDC keynote, Apple has detailed a new app called Move to iOS that will allow Android users... >>

WWDC 2015 announcements round-up: iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, Apple Music, more

WWDC 2015 announcements round-up: iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, Apple Music, more

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Apple took to the stage at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, announcing several software updates along with the highly-anticipated Apple Music.After a 2-hour plus keynote, we thought a round-up was probably necessary, just in case you didn’t... >>

Apple Music takes on Spotify: Free for three months and out on 30 June, plus Android from 'fall'

Apple Music takes on Spotify: Free for three months and out on 30 June, plus Android from 'fall'

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Apple has announced the launch of its own music streaming service, Apple Music, at the company's annual developer conference in San Francisco.The new service, which is a product of the company's Beats Music acquisition last year, will focus on three... >>

iOS 9 for iPad gets extra features: QuickType, multitasking split view windows and more

iOS 9 for iPad gets extra features: QuickType, multitasking split view windows and more

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While demonstrating some of the new features coming to its mobile operating system, iOS, Apple has shown some functionality that's coming exclusively to iPad.The iPad version of iOS 9 will not only have the same updated Siri and search services as coming... >>

Apple Pay coming to the UK in July, over 250,000 locations

Apple Pay coming to the UK in July, over 250,000 locations

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Apple Pay is arriving in the UK this July. It will launch with 8 banks including HSBC, Natwest, Santander and brands like M&S, Boots and Nandos, to name a few.Over 250,000 locations will support Apple Pay in the UK right from its launch in July.Transport... >>

iOS 9 new features detailed: Changes to Siri, advanced search, Apple Pay and more

iOS 9 new features detailed: Changes to Siri, advanced search, Apple Pay and more

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Apple has, as expected, announced iOS 9 and some of the features that will be coming with the new iPhone and iPad operating system to be available later this year.Siri, for example, will have an all-new user interface and will interact with your iPhone... >>

The next version of OS X is El Capitan

The next version of OS X is El Capitan

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Apple has kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, where company executives are unveiling the next version of OS X for Macs and more.Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering, is now on stage, and he... >>

Apple WWDC 2015: We're here

Apple WWDC 2015: We're here

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It’s finally time for Apple’s WWDC event in San Francisco and Pocket-lint is at the Moscone Center ready and primed to bring you the latest news and announcements from the opening keynote.The developers conference traditionally plays host to the first... >>

Apple Pay set to hit the UK in the next two months

Apple Pay set to hit the UK in the next two months

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Apple is reportedly going to announce its Apple Pay service in the UK from its World Wide Developer Conference, starting tonight.Apple is also expected to announce a UK launch date of two months time. Apple Pay is already available in the US.Until now... >>

Apple music streaming service expected to be announced at WWDC 2015 today

Apple music streaming service expected to be announced at WWDC 2015 today

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Apple is set to unveil its own music streaming service, to tackle the likes of Spotify, later today from its World Wide Developer Conference.According to Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Apple's announcement will come later today. This will be the first music... >>

Apple iOS 9 release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Apple iOS 9 release date, rumours and everything you need to know

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It's been months since Apple rolled out iOS 8 to consumers, meaning the Cupertino-based company is likely at work on the next version of its mobile operating system, thought to be called iOS 9.There's not much known about iOS 9 at this point, as Apple... >>

You’ll soon be able to buy an Apple Watch in Apple Stores and walk out with it

You’ll soon be able to buy an Apple Watch in Apple Stores and walk out with it

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Apple has revealed that it will be selling Apple Watch models in its retail stores in the UK, US and other regions from 18 June. It will also be selling the device in other countries not on the original rollout from 26 June.The Apple Watch has been... >>

Apple recalls Beats Pill XL speakers due to fire risk: Here's how to get your refund

Apple recalls Beats Pill XL speakers due to fire risk: Here's how to get your refund

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Apple confirmed almost exactly a year ago that it acquired Beats Music and Beats Electronics. Now, the Cupertino-based company is announcing something else Beats-related: a "voluntary recall" of Beats Pill XL speakers.It appears as though the battery... >>

Got a smartwatch? Here is how to control your smart lighting from your wrist

Got a smartwatch? Here is how to control your smart lighting from your wrist

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Smartwatches are becoming more popular and whether you like them or not, they are now becoming devices that do a lot more than just track your activity and deliver notifications from your smartphone.You can also control your lighting from your smartwatch,... >>

Here’s how Siri can fix your Apple Messages bug right now

Here’s how Siri can fix your Apple Messages bug right now

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If you're struggling with the now infamous Apple Messages bug on your iPhone, fret no more there is a work around.Apple has already announced it is working on a fix for the bug after reports of the app crashing and even total phone restarts being needed.... >>

Apple is working on a Google Now-like feature to replace Spotlight in iOS 9

Apple is working on a Google Now-like feature to replace Spotlight in iOS 9

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Apple plans to unveil a deep search feature with iOS 9 next month. The feature, which is currently codenamed Proactive, has been in development for several years and will function a lot like Google Now, it's claimed.According to 9to5Mac, Proactive is... >>

Checking-in at the W with Apple Watch, is it the future for hotels?

Checking-in at the W with Apple Watch, is it the future for hotels?

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As we walk back to the hotel from dinner at a nearby restaurant it suddenly dawns on us that we don't have our room key. Having travelled to numerous hotels around the world, the key, now normally a card, is a stable addition to our back pocket.Tonight... >>

These three guys are now in control of all-things design at Apple

These three guys are now in control of all-things design at Apple

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Jony Ive has a new job at Apple.He's been bumped up from "Senior Vice President of Design" to "Chief Design Officer". It's an entirely new position at the Cupertino company, and it's one that apparently includes handing off all managerial duties for both... >>

Apple might be building a version of iOS 9 that's just for old iOS devices

Apple might be building a version of iOS 9 that's just for old iOS devices

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You'll be happy to learn that iOS 9 won't grind your old iPhone or iPad to a halt when it rolls out next autumn.Most rumours have indicated the next major version of iOS will focus on performance and stability, rather than new and fancy features, but... >>

Did Apple just out the iPhone 5C with Touch ID?

Did Apple just out the iPhone 5C with Touch ID?

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There's long been questioning over what Apple is going to do with the iPhone 5C, it's slightly more affordable option.With the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus appearing in late 2014, the iPhone 5C lives on with its fun coloured plastic backs, just begging for an... >>