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Apple’s 27-inch 5K iMac just hit an all-time-low price Before Prime Day

All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. The beefiest iMac to date has never been this cheap before. Image: apple By Haley HenschelMashable Shopping2021-06-10 15:48:31 UTC As of June 10, two configurations of Apple’s 27-inch iMac…

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Apple’s Xcode Cloud CI/CD system helps developers build and test apps

Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy at Transform 2021. Apple has unveiled a new continuous integration / delivery (CI/CD) system called Xcode Cloud, allowing developers to create, test, and deploy apps automatically for all Apple devices from the cloud. Continuous integration, for the uninitiated, enables multiple developers to push out frequent small changes to…

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Watch Apple’s Siri blaze through requests with on-device processing

During the privacy segment of WWDC, Apple talked about moving Siri’s processing from the cloud onto your device, using the “Neural Engine” built into Apple silicon. While having the voice processing happen on your phone instead of one of Apple’s servers is obviously better for privacy, it can also help speed up performance and reliability,…

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Apple’s new App Store guidelines put scammers and bounty hunters on notice

Apple has just updated its App Store Guidelines, the document that tells iPhone and iPad developers what kind of behavior the company will tolerate and where it’s likely to reject apps or crackdown after the fact — and as TechCrunch reports, many of today’s changes are aimed directly at scammers and fraudsters who prey on…

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WWDC 2021: How to See Apple’s Following iOS, MacOS and M1 reveals live from your couch

This story is part of WWDC 2021. All the latest coverage from Apple’s annual developers conference. Apple used its spring event this year to announce the new M1 iPad Pro, a new M1-powered iMac, AirTags and a purple iPhone 12. Soon we’ll learn about all the new things those gadgets will be able to do…

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Why Apple’s Brand New AirTags are a no-brainer Buy for iPhone Consumers

Why Apple’s new AirTags are a no-brainer purchase for iPhone users

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Apple’s M1 Chip Has a Fascinating Flaw

Apple’s new M1 CPU has a flaw that creates a covert channel that two or more malicious apps—already installed—can use to transmit information to each other, a developer has found. The surreptitious communication can occur without using computer memory, sockets, files, or any other operating system feature, developer Hector Martin said. The channel can bridge…

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In Apple’s War On Developers, Users Are the Biggest Losers

Apple and Google representatives recently found themselves in front of a Senate antitrust hearing about their app store practices. Apple in particular came under fire, because it has turned on the developers that made the platform so valuable, and consumers are paying the price. For example, the dating app company Match testified that App Store…

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At Epic v Apple’s closing, judge probes implications of upending Apple’s App Store By Reuters

3/3© Reuters. Lawyers from Apple and Epic speak with Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers during a weeks-long antitrust trial at federal court in Oakland, California, U.S. May 24, 2021 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Vicki Behringer2/3By Stephen Nellis(Reuters) – Federal Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers (NYSE:) held unconventional closing arguments Monday in the antitrust trial between Epic Games…

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Apple’s Tim Cook grilled by judge overseeing Epic’s Fortnite trial

Getty Images For the past three weeks, a mix of Apple executives and experts have defended the company’s policies that tightly control how apps work on the billion active iPhones around the world. Fortnite maker Epic Games sued Apple in August, saying its behavior stifles competition within the iPhone’s world. On Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook found himself answering pointed…