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John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share tips on buying a 4K television, and on how to take better holiday photos with your iPhone.
We have a deal on an interesting device called RokBlok. It’s billed as the world’s smallest record player, and it sits on your record, traveling around in a circle to play it. In the video below, you can hear that it produces a small sound, but it’s Bluetooth enabled for piping the sound to another set of speakers. It’s $89 through us, but coupon code GIFTSHOP15 takes another 15% off for a total of $75.65.
TIME’s top gadgets of 2017 list is out and the iPhone X along with Apple Watch Series 3 made the cut.
Turkey day is coming up in the USA, and your geeks are ready. But mostly they’re just ready to answer your Mac and iPhone questions and solve your problems… and that’s what they’re here to do today. Download, press play, and gobble-gobble it all up!
The leather is high quality, the stitching is strong, and the wool felt liner on the inside keeps a grip on your MacBook without scratching it.
This challenge is only available to Apple Watch users in the United States, and you should start getting a notification tomorrow, November 21.
Michael Gartenberg is a former Apple Senior Director of Product Marketing and reported directly to Phil Schiller. Currently, he’s a technology analyst and has also been a frequent guest on Background Mode. In this special edition, I asked Michael about his thoughts on his new iPhone X. We covered all the bases: pricing, build quality, Face ID setup and use, the camera, the super-retina AMOLED display, inductive charging, the feel in the hand and balance, the new uses for the side button and battery life. If you’ve been on the fence about this new iPhone X from Apple, you’ll want to hear Michael’s thoughts about Apple’s thinking and his own experiences with the “most impressive product Apple has ever done.”
Bryan Chaffin explains how Bitcoin faucets work and which faucets you can trust to pay. [Update: Added a new faucet to the confirmed list, removed some faucets that disappeared, and updated the BTC faucet payout amounts. – Bryan]
Getting the lighting—not to mention all the guests—to cooperate for your holiday photos can be nothing short of a miracle. Luckily your iPhone’s camera can help out.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about the iPhone search warrant in the Sutherland Springs mass shooting, plus Bryan visits the new Apple Park Visitor Center.
Friday’s Particle Debris pointed to a video by Boston Dynamics of its Atlas robot doing backflips. Sure, that might look impressive, but as robots get better at physical tasks, they’ll also become more expensive. Maybe they won’t replace human labor any time soon, simply augment it in tough situations. A mixed workforce. The linked video provides food for thought.
We have a deal for you on a three year subscription to Windscribe VPN. It works with iOS, Mac, Windows, and Linux, with an Android app coming soon. It’s $22.49, but if you use coupon code “windscribesd11” it’s $19.99. There are other subscription lengths in the deal listing, too.
Texas Rangers have a search warrant ordering Apple to hand over photos, messages, and other data from the Sutherland Springs mass shooter’s iPhone, and this is one instance where the company will have to comply.
The iMac Pro, due to ship before the end of the year, may be the first Apple computer to include full Siri support.
Bryan Chaffin stopped by the Apple Park Visitor Center, took some pics, bought a shirt, and talked to folks on opening day. Here are some of those photos and thoughts on this delightful place.