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TechCast #3: iOS 12.3, Intel Vulnerability error, Android Q, more

Today we’re talking about the new iOS 12.4 developer beta as for the watchOS and tvOS coming updates, Intel’s vulnerability error, Android Q, more.

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This week’s top stories: iOS 12.3, Apple Card first impressions, Intel vulnerabilities, more

In this week’s top stories: New 2019 iPhone molds, iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 release, a closer look at Apple Card, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news.

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Apple holds the Apple Park ceremony and tribute to Steve Jobs

Apple yesterday held its formal opening of Apple Park, including a concert on the rainbow stage at the center of the campus. Lady Gaga performed at the event, with Apple Park employees taking to Twitter and Instagram to share photos and videos.

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Photography project shows the human side of technology on Apple products

Many of us spend our lives on our Apple Watches and iPhones, sharing our best moments and things with them, and those experiences and memories are often reflected in the scratches fingerprints that accumulate on their cases. A new photography project by New York City-based artist Elvin Hu tries to shine a light to those underrepresented human side of technology.

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Apple celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day with top featured apps, user and developer profiles, more

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and Apple is celebrating and promoting accessibility in a few different ways. The App Store has multiple features highlighting developers, athletes, and creatives, and also has feature for the top accessibility apps for vision, hearing, speech, learning, physical and motor, and more.

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Full reduction against Mac Intel attack takes 40% hit

Following the announcement of new speculative execution exploits that target Intel CPU architecture, Apple has posted a new document on its website that explains how customers with computers that are ‘at heightened risk’ of attack can enable full mitigation. Full mitigation is not enabled by default as it is probably an excessive amount of security for the average user, and it comes with big performance penalties.

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Apple’s custom 5G modems may not arrive until 2025 after breakup with Intel

The Information is out today with a detailed report on the falling out between Intel and Apple over the last few years that led to settling with Qualcomm, new specifics on Apple’s plans to make its own modems, and more.

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iOS 12.4 developer beta released ahead of Apple Card launch

With iOS 12.3 out of beta as of Monday, Apple is moving on to iOS 12.4 developer beta for iPhone and iPad. macOS 10.14.6 developer beta for Mac, tvOS 12.4 developer beta for Apple TV, and watchOS 5.3 developer beta for Apple Watch are also available today.

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What can we expect from watchOS 6?

Last week, we broke down all of the new features you can expect to see in iOS 13 at WWDC next month. iOS 13 won’t be the only major update unveiled at the event, however. Read on as we roundup some of the new features coming to Apple Watch with watchOS 6.

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You can now use Apple Pay for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and more

Apple has added Apple Pay as a payment method for a variety of purchases, including the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Music, Apple Books, or to buy iCloud storage. The changes are reflected in an updated support document first spotted by MacRumors.

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