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This is how Apple will connect your home — via software

This is how Apple will connect your home — via software

Apple’s connected home ambitions are rounding into shape, and a new report details just how it all may come to pass. Via a series of software customizations (likely via APIs), it seems Apple is bridging the connected home landscape. Rather than make their own hardware, or partner with various vendors to create “approved” devices, Apple might be giving us choices, backed by software.

New iMac listing spotted in OS X beta

New iMac listing spotted in OS X beta

A refresh for the iMac lineup is expected soon, and could be announced as soon as Apple’s WWDC next week. The company may have tipped their hat a touch early, though, as three new iMacs were spotted in an OS X Mavericks beta version. References to the three devices were listed, and the beta has since been yanked from circulation.

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Apple rumored to have reduced offer for Beats

Apple rumored to have reduced offer for Beats

All the fanfare over Apple buying Beats, and it turns out Apple wasn’t even done researching the company when we first heard of it. A new report from the New York Post suggests Apple was still doing their due diligence when news of the proposed acquisition leaked. The report also suggests Apple has reduced their offer for Beats on the back of poor streaming subscriber numbers.

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Apple smart home tipped for WWDC

Apple smart home tipped for WWDC

Apple will turn the iPhone into a smart home hub at WWDC 2014 in early June, insiders claim, revealing a "big play" to make iOS the heart of home automation. One of the technologies announced at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off on June 2nd, will aim to make setting up and using a smart home system more straightforward, it's said, potentially using a new Apple TV as the core.

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