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How to play Apple Arcade’s newest 6 games as it reaches 100

How to play Apple Arcade’s newest 6 games as it reaches 100

Today Apple Arcade reached its first major milestone with a total of 100 playable game titles. The list includes several oddities and/or otherwise decent-looking games. Some are the sort you might never have seen if you'd not acquired an Apple Arcade subscription in the first place - imagine that!

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Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

In case you missed the news, the iPad version of Photoshop is launching today. That means the app is exiting the closed beta period it's been in for the last six months and is now available for everyone to download. Before you dive in, however, there are some things to keep in mind - namely that Photoshop on iPad requires a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.

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Adobe Illustrator confirmed for iPad, following in Photoshop’s footsteps

Adobe Illustrator confirmed for iPad, following in Photoshop’s footsteps

Just a couple of weeks ago, a rumor claiming that Adobe was plotting to bring Illustrator to iPad began making the rounds. At the time, that rumor said we’d see the reveal of Illustrator for iPad at Adobe MAX 2019. As it turns out, those claims were accurate, because today Adobe officially pulled back the veil on Illustrator for iPad.

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Photoshop for iPad rolls out to everyone as Adobe launches cloud documents

Photoshop for iPad rolls out to everyone as Adobe launches cloud documents

After months of testing, Adobe is finally ready to send Photoshop for iPad live for all users. At its annual MAX conference today, the company announced version 1.0 of the app, officially releasing it on the App Store. It’s been a pretty long road to get to this point - the iPad version of Photoshop was first revealed in October 2018 and went into testing back in May 2019. It’s been in testing for the last half-year, so Adobe certainly put the app through its paces before launching it.

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iOS 13.2 might be more aggressive in killing background apps

iOS 13.2 might be more aggressive in killing background apps

It seems that Apple still isn't free of the curse of iOS 13 which, in retrospect, should have probably skipped the number. iOS 13.2 was released just a few days ago and, aside from bricking HomePod speakers, it seemed almost uneventful for iPhone and iPad owners. It was, perhaps a premature evaluation as a growing number of users are now complaining of the platform's aggressive memory management that is causing apps to be killed when left in the background even for just a short while.

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Apple earnings Q4: As iPhone falls, all others rise

Apple earnings Q4: As iPhone falls, all others rise

Official Apple earnings sheets released today show iPhone sales numbers down, while all other categories in Apple's earnings breakdown went up. Apple's Financial Year 2019 Forth Quarter Results showed both the three months period ending in September of 2019 and the full 12-month period ending in September 2019. Of course, even falling iPhone sales numbers are sales numbers that dwarf every other category, per usual.

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iOS 13.2 brings AirPods Pro support, DeepFusion, big HomePod bug

iOS 13.2 brings AirPods Pro support, DeepFusion, big HomePod bug

iOS 13 has been one of Apple's rougher rollouts in quite a while but it seems that things might be settling down a bit now that most showstopper bugs have been addressed. It has definitely not delayed Apple's iOS release schedule, with iOS 13.2 now rolling out to iPhones, iPads, and HomePods. But while the update has good news for almost everyone, owners of Apple's first and so far only smart speaker might want to hold off if they can.

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Illustrator tipped as Adobe’s next big iPad app

Illustrator tipped as Adobe’s next big iPad app

It isn't exactly a secret that Adobe is looking to have a strong presence on mobile. Not only has it already released a variety of apps on Android and iOS devices, but Photoshop CC, a Creative Cloud version of its immensely popular app, is currently in testing on iPad. According to a new report, Photoshop won't be the only big-name app Adobe brings to iPad, as Illustrator may be next.

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GPS Week Number Rollover part two coming for old devices next month

GPS Week Number Rollover part two coming for old devices next month

GPS, short for Global Positioning System, is almost universally known as the technology that helps tell our location in the world. What few probably know is the system is actually designed to also tell the time. GPS receivers have actually relied on this piece of data coming from satellites not only to tell time but to actually make location-based services work properly. Unfortunately, that system might be thrown into chaos for the second time this year when a second GPS Week Number Rollover hits old devices in early November.

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Photoshop CC for iPad may not be what you’re expecting

Photoshop CC for iPad may not be what you’re expecting

The "real Photoshop" experience for iPad may not quite be what graphics pros are hoping for, with beta testers of Adobe's upcoming app warning that some expected features are still missing. Adobe announced Photoshop CC for iPad at its annual Max conference in 2018, promising to take advantage of the hardware capabilities and stylus support in Apple's iPad Pro tablets.

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iOS 13 is already on 50% of all iPhones, 33% iPads with iPadOS

iOS 13 is already on 50% of all iPhones, 33% iPads with iPadOS

It was off to a rough start but, almost mirroring the phenomenon surrounding any Apple product, iOS 13 has still managed to garner mass appeal. At least that's according to Apple's chart, showing how many of its devices is already running its latest mobile platforms. Yes plural, because Apple is putting iPadOS on its own chart which presents a smaller but still impressive slice. Especially considering how tumultuous the past few weeks have been for iOS users.

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iPad on-screen keyboard could feel like the real thing in the future

iPad on-screen keyboard could feel like the real thing in the future

On-screen keyboards have become a fact of life but that doesn't make them enjoyable to use. That's especially true for tablets that have large screens that would have been more comfortable to use with larger and more spacious keys. Typing on flat glass with nothing but subtle vibrations of the entire screen will always feel unnatural for some people. Apple's newest patent may offer screen typists a reprieve, that is if it ever becomes and actual implementation.

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