Twitter testing support for sharing and viewing Live Photos on iOS

Apple first introduced Live Photos alongside the iPhone 6S in 2015. Since then, however, the popularity of the feature has been affected by a lack of support on the majority of social networks. At long last, however, Twitter appears to be testing support for viewing Live Photos.

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OtterBox folio case protects the iPad Pro while showing it off [Review]

The OtterBox Symmetry Series 360 has everything you’d expect from a folio case designed for Apple’s latest iPad Pro, but it also includes a feature that might surprise you: the back is clear, allowing you to show off your 2018 iPad Pro while still protecting it.

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Browse and torrent securely with a powerful VPN [Deals]

If you’re concerned about security and privacy online, browsing with a VPN is the only way to go. But if you need high speed connections for things like streaming or torrenting, details matter. So this deal on a year of Surfshark is a great opportunity for the performance-minded VPN users.

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7 things you need to know about Apple’s new AirPods

The hottest wireless headphones around are better than ever. Just don't call them AirPods 2.

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Swann Outdoor Security Camera review: a straightforward way to monitor the exterior of your home

With only the most essential features, this weatherproof camera is ideal for security novices.

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The best indoor air quality monitors: Identify the pollutants that can compromise your health and comfort

Whether you suffer from allergies or asthma or just want to optimize your indoor environment, these devices will give you insight into the air you're breathing.

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Apple will have a hard time signing New York Times

The New York Times

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3 things cord-cutters should look for at Apple’s ‘show time’ event

Apple is ready to show off its video streaming service on Monday. Here’s what it could look like.

macworld.com 4 days ago

Australia’s biggest department store will stop selling Apple products

Australian biggest department store Myer has said that it will stop selling Apple products. The retail giant, founded more than a century ago, claims Apple products have become unprofitable for it.

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Chinese smartphone brands beating iPhone on features as well as price, say retailers

Retailers and analysts say that it’s not just price that has driven disappointing iPhone sales in

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