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Apple One subscriptions just launched – Plans and pricing

Apple One subscriptions just launched – Plans and pricing

Today Apple One subscriptions launched in the morning. This Apple One Subscription system will likely appear on your iPhone first, then spread throughout the Apple ecosystem. The Apple One Subscription was first revealed earlier this year as a way for Apple users to combine their favorite systems into one single Apple subscription service - now's the time for that subscription to take hold.

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Samsung takes the lead in the global smartphone market for Q3

Samsung takes the lead in the global smartphone market for Q3

Q3 2020 was very good for the smartphone market as more devices than expected shipped during the quarter. According to IDC, 353.6 million devices were shipped during Q3. While shipments are strong, it was a decline of 1.3 percent year-over-year. IDC had predicted a nine percent year-over-year decline. IDC says that growth is largely attributed to the reopening of economies globally as restrictions due to COVID-19 were eased.

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Apple One subscription bundle arrives Friday: What you should know

Apple One subscription bundle arrives Friday: What you should know

The Apple One subscription bundle announced last month will be arriving tomorrow, Apple revealed amid its quarterly revenue announcement today. This bundle, as its name suggests, is essentially an all-in-one subscription that allows Apple users to pay a single rate for access to multiple subscriptions, including Apple Music, Arcade, TV+, and more.

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Three new Mac devices leaked in code

Three new Mac devices leaked in code

Apple's macOS Big Sur beta code revealed three new Mac devices that'll likely be released soon. This may be the first in-code confirmation from Apple of the first Apple Silicon Mac devices. The code appeared in the macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta 1 that appeared for developers this week.

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Apple reveals record Q4 2020 revenue despite pandemic

Apple reveals record Q4 2020 revenue despite pandemic

Apple has announced another quarterly earnings record, stating that it raked in $64.7 billion in revenue during the fiscal quarter that ended on September 26, 2020. The record quarter was achieved despite the pandemic, which has resulted in widespread unemployment, concerns about long-term economic depression, and a general decrease in consumer spending.

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Apple Earnings FY20 Q4: iPhone sales fall, just like last year

Apple Earnings FY20 Q4: iPhone sales fall, just like last year

Today we're taking a peek at Apple's latest earnings report with a breakdown of net sales by each device category. Apple continued to report net sales in five categories, including iPhone, Mac, iPad, Services, and a category that combined Wearables, Home, and Accessories. Each category rose this quarter in both 3-month and 12-month comparisons year-over-year except the most massive of these: the iPhone category.

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16-inch MacBook Pro 2020 refresh might not have Apple Silicon

16-inch MacBook Pro 2020 refresh might not have Apple Silicon

It is pretty much old news by now that Apple is going all out on ARM, at least the flavor of the computing architecture that it will be using on its Apple Silicon processors. The shift won't be immediate, though, and Apple is giving it about two years' time. But while it will soon be moving most of its computers over to that side, it seems at least one specific MacBook Pro model will keep its foot solidly on Intel ground.

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Major Clips update has features that beat Snapchat and Tiktok

Major Clips update has features that beat Snapchat and Tiktok

Today Apple released a major update for their video creation app Clips. This app allows the creation and modification of short video clips for iPhone and iPad for use on all sorts of social networks and messaging apps. The latest update to Clips enhances the user interface and makes the exceedingly important expansion to both vertical AND horizontal video.

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iPhone 12 could be hiding reverse wireless charging after all

iPhone 12 could be hiding reverse wireless charging after all

Apple hasn't had that much luck with its own wireless chargers, at least if you look at the still MIA AirPower, so it was a bit surprising when it announced the all-new old-named MagSafe wireless charging system for the iPhone 12. That has almost made a lot forget about the wireless charging capabilities that have been rumored for iPhones since last year. Apple apparently didn't forget and may have sneaked in a reverse wireless charging feature that it may be reserving for new AirPods.

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First Samsung mocked Apple – now it may just copy it

First Samsung mocked Apple – now it may just copy it

Sources say the next major Samsung Galaxy smartphone will remove a charger and earbuds from its in-box contents. Apple just released the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro with packaging that did away with the charger and earbuds (AKA earphones). On the day the iPhone 12 was revealed, Samsung sent out some shade, noting that consumer's "Galaxy" devices all came with a charger. Now they may just have to eat crow.

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Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Review – Look beyond 5G

Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Review – Look beyond 5G

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are the more sensible half of Apple's new smartphone range for 2020, and that's as it should be. Nestling right at the heart of the mobile market, they replace the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro as the go-to choice for savvy shoppers, and this time around the list of differences between the two is even shorter. Somehow that makes deciding between them simultaneously easier and more difficult.

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New iMac release with Apple chip may change your next buy plan

New iMac release with Apple chip may change your next buy plan

Apple Silicon MacBooks are only the first MacOS computers to roll with the company's own-designed processors. Tips from supply chain sources this week suggest Apple is hard at work on its first desktop computer processor as well. This could change the way MacOS computers work (and play). Will this change your plans to buy a new computer in the near future?

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