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iPadOS 13.1 is here — These are the top features

This is a monumental week for Apple and the iPad. After 9 years of existence, the iPad finally gets its own dedicated operating system in iPadOS 13. Why is that such a big deal? It means that software development for the iPad can now truly be iPad-first.

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Apple releases iOS 13.1 with new AirDrop features for iPhone 11 and more

After releasing iOS 13 last week, Apple is today releasing iOS 13.1 to the public. The update includes features that were removed from iOS 13 during the beta testing period, including Shortcuts Automations, Share ETA in Apple Maps, and more.

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You can now play Mario Kart Tour on iPhone and iPad

Apple’s latest mobile franchise, Mario Kart Tour, is now available to download and play in the App Store.

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Kuo: Next year’s iPhone to look similar to the iPhone 4 as part of significant chassis redesign

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today reports that the 2020 iPhone lineup will feature a redesigned chassis that is a big departure from the current status quo of curved stainless sides (via MacRumors).

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iPhone 11 Pro Max beats Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Galaxy Note 10+ in battery life test

Apple focused on two big things for the iPhone 11 lineup: cameras and battery life. In typical battery life tests up to now, the flagship iPhones have performed well but have been outpaced by leading Android phones which ship much larger capacitiy batteries.

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2019 Mac Pro will be made in United States

Apple’s tremendously capable new Mac Pro has been in the headlines all summer, but not just for its raw power and modularity. Instead, the attention has focused on something much less fascinating: tariffs.

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New Old Orchard Apple Store arriving September 28 in Skokie, Illinois

Apple’s busy September of retail store openings and expansions isn’t over yet. On September 28 at 10:00 a.m., Apple Old Orchard in Skokie, Illinois will move to a brand new space.

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How to fix iOS 13 update fail?

Apple just released iOS 13 to the public, and it’s available as an over-air-download to users now. Did your iOS update fail for some reason? Read on as we walk through a few common problems and solutions.

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iPhone XS vs. iPhone 11 Pro app launch speed test

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro boasts a 20% faster processor on paper, but how does that translate into real-world use? Not great at least running iOS 13.0 when compared to the iPhone XS.

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iPhone 11 Night Mode lets us see the world through the dark

iPhone 11 launched this week with an all-new Night Mode camera for capturing low light scenes that are difficult or impossible to shoot on earlier models. Check below for a quick comparison of iPhone 11 photos taken at night with and without Night Mode.

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