After over two days of bringing you the best deals from across the web,
Amazon Prime Day 2021
is about to come to an end. While you’ll still find a collection of discounts live until the shopping event closes its virtual doors, sorting through all of the markdowns to find those truly notable once-a-year price cuts can be a chore. If you have a Prime membership, there are still a few more hours to cash in on some of the top deals from this year’s event. Below, you’ll find the top 10 Prime Day deals still available, including notable price drops from Apple, Bose, DJI, and many others. Just be aware, these deals will be gone at 3 a.m. EST.
iMazing, the company behind the popular iOS device management app of the same name, this week released an update to its utility app for macOS called “Hot.” The app is designed to let users monitor CPU temperature and throttling on Macs, and it’s now compatible with the Apple M1 chip.
Even as Apple focuses on marketing the iPad Pro as a computer replacement and continuing the “What’s a computer?” debate, there’s an oft-forgetting member of the iPad lineup: the iPad mini. As rumors indicate a new iPad mini is coming later this year, here’s what it’s like using the iPad mini 5 in 2021.
One of the subtle but valuable new features with iOS 15 is that
Siri works even when offline
for some commands. That means faster performance, but offline requests won’t work for everything. Let’s look at what does and doesn’t work with offline Siri in iOS 15.
One of the biggest features presented during the WWDC21 keynote was a redesigned Safari in macOS Monterey, iOS 15, and iPadOS 15. With a lot of controversies about whether Apple made the right decision with this update, it appears that most of the changes can be switched back to the old way — at least for now.
Twitter has announced more details about its plans to bring Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces. The company says that it will begin rolling out applications for both new features today, giving creators an early shot at joining in the first group of testers for the features.
released a piece today
with new details on Peloton Interactive’s upcoming heart rate armband. With Peloton’s acquisitions of two wearable device companies (
), its recent release of
the new Strive Score
, and further limited connectivity the Apple Watch, a new Peloton heart rate wearable seems imminent. Here are the new details just discovered:
Apple is rolling out an update to the Dark Sky weather application it acquired last year. This marks only the second update since Apple announced its acquisition of Dark Sky, and it brings Apple Watch improvements, Accessibility updates, and more.
Following last week’s announcement of more classic mobile games coming to Apple Arcade, Apple today revealed that there’s another well-known title that will be available on its gaming platform. Jetpack Joyride, from the developers of Fruit Ninja, will also have a “Plus” version released on Apple Arcade.
To celebrate the grand opening of
Apple Tower Theatre
in Downtown Los Angeles, Apple is launching Today at Apple Creative Studios, a global program debuting in Los Angeles and Beijing. The program will provide career-building mentorship to underrepresented communities through creative resources. The new flagship store will also host its own free Today at Apple sessions that explore music creation, songwriting, creative inspiration, and more.
NetNewsWire is one of the most powerful RSS readers for iPhone and iPad, and it’s getting even better with a new update rolling out today.
NetNewsWire 6 is now available on the App Store
with new features including iCloud syncing, home screen widgets, and more.
Apple released Safari Technology Preview 126 last week but then pulled off the update. It’s now available again.
Apple released today Safari Technology Preview 126, its experimental browser first introduced in 2016. With this update, users can have a sneak peek at upcoming web technologies coming to macOS and iOS.
Yesterday I published
a piece about how Apple could address concerns
about Safari’s new bottom bar centric design in iOS 15. Many folks are unhappy with the redesign, but some of us (me included) really like it. I spent some time figuring out different ways Apple could extend this new design language to other built-in apps on the iPhone. I narrowed it down to three distinct user interface components.
Patreon is a popular platform that allows people to directly subscribe to creators, including in the Patreon for iOS application. Theoretically, this would mean Patreon is subject to paying Apple’s App Store commission and using the company’s In-App Purchase system, but that is apparently not the case.
In a new interview on the
, Patreon CEO Jack Conte confirmed that the company does not have a special deal with Apple to avoid the App Store’s 30% cut of in-app purchases…
When Apple announced
that it was bringing lossless music and
, it majored on the latter and mentioned lossless almost in passing. That struck me at the time as the wrong way around, but listening to Spatial Audio tracks has changed my mind.
Spatial Audio – aka Dolby Atmos – had obvious appeal for movies, but with the possible exception of recordings of live performances, I couldn’t see much point in it for music …
iPadOS 15 brings fundamental improvements to multitasking on the iPad with features like App Library and more flexible Split Screen management. While those changes are by far what defines iPadOS 15, there are a handful of minor changes that improve quality of life on the iPad. How iPadOS 15 handles iPhone-only apps is one of those features.
The story of another missing AirPod recently surfaced and as it turns out, this Massachusetts man
isn’t the first to have experienced
“losing” it this way. Here’s the story of how Bradford Gauthier realized he swallowed an AirPod in his sleep and how a doctor got it out.