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The Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, and 8th-gen iPad hit store shelves

The new Apple Watch in Blue and Red Aluminum. Apple The new Apple Watch models will also arrive with a slew of new Apple Watch face options. A closeup of the new stripe watchface. As part of its Apple Watch announcement, Apple also touted newly greener manufacturing processes behind the product. Spoiler: the new Apple …

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Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Time Flies’ event

Apple didn’t announce any new iPhones at its latest keynote but it still had plenty of new devices to share, including two new Watch models, and an iPad Air that features a new design. The company also detailed its new Apple One subscription bundles and Fitness+ service. Apple Watch Series 6 Apple Apple started Tuesday’s …

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Microsoft says Apple’s game streaming policy will lead to ‘a bad experience’

Peter Summers via Getty Images Earlier today, Apple revised its App Store guidelines to give companies such as Microsoft and Google a way to offer their video game streaming platforms on iOS, but did so with a major caveat. Apple said those companies could release catalog-style apps that collect and link to games iOS users would have …

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Liveblog: All the news from Apple’s “Time Flies” event—Tuesday, 9/15, at 1pm ET

Enlarge / The key image that goes with this month’s event. Apple Liveblog starts in: View Liveblog At 10:00am Pacific time (1pm Eastern) on Tuesday, September 15, Apple reps will take the stage—likely in an otherwise empty Steve Jobs Theater at Apple’s headquarters—to announce new products. Typically at this time of year, these products are …

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Apple won’t force WordPress to offer in-app purchases

Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images Apple’s row with WordPress over in-app purchases is over almost as soon as it began. WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg has revealed that Apple “re-reviewed” the WordPress iOS app and determined that it doesn’t need to incorporate in-app purchases. Mullenweg vowed that his team would do its best to honor the …

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Crypto Pro Portfolio Tracker Gets a Major Update

Crypto Pro app has extended its Apple device support and is now available on Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. What is Crypto Pro? Crypto Pro tracks cryptocurrency prices in real-time and displays interactive charts with indicators. Users can also read the latest crypto news, set custom price alerts, and monitor their portfolios with performance …

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The best accessories for your new iPad

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. If you buy something through one of the links on this page, we may earn an affiliate commission. Accessories will be key whether you’re turning your new iPad into a laptop replacement or just trying to protect it against …

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Another 53 iOS apps besides TikTok are grabbing clipboard data

Chris Schodt/Engadget TikTok may be ending its nosy clipboard reading on iOS, but that doesn’t mean other app developers are mending their ways. Security researcher Tommy Mysk told Ars Technica in an interview that an additional 53 apps identified in March are still indiscriminately capturing universal clipboard data when they open, potentially sharing sensitive data …

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Apple Card may offer monthly installment plans for iPads and Macs

Sponsored Links Michael Short/Getty Images The Apple Card already has perks if you’re buying from Apple itself, but the company is apparently willing to further sweeten those incentives. Bloomberg sources say Apple is planning a Card feature that will let you buy “many” products (not just the iPhone) in monthly, interest-free payments. You could pay …

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