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029: iOS 11 Telugu bug, Sonos has HomePod’s problem, and Carpool Karaoke 2 | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got new details about a Telugu bug affecting iOS 11, Apple enforcing iPhone X screen resolution on new apps, Sonos One experiencing the same issue as HomePod, and Carpool Karaoke being renewed for a second season.

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028: HomePod stains, Berkshire Hathaway’s AAPL investment, KGI on 6.1-inch iPhone sales | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got everything you need to know about HomePod’s first controversy, Berkshire Hathaway’s latest massive AAPL investment, and KGI Securities prediction on upcoming iPhone sales.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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027: Shareholders meeting recap, Kevin Durant on Apple TV, HomePod tips | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve a recap of Apple’s 2018 meeting of shareholders from Steve Jobs Theater, Apple picking up a new TV show starring NBA’s Kevin Durant, and two useful HomePod tips.

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023: Amazing Stories showrunner departs, YouTube overhauled on Apple TV, and ESPN pricing | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got the showrunner for Apple’s first original series leaving the project, YouTube’s long awaited but underwhelming Apple TV app update, and details about standalone ESPN pricing.

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Apple: iPhone 8 & iPhone X include ‘hardware updates’ to handle battery & throttling issues

Earlier today, Apple issued a response to inquisitions from Senator John Thune regarding its iPhone battery debacle. Apple explained in the response that it is “considering” offering rebates to those customers who paid full price for battery replacements.

The letter, shared in full by Business Insider, also offers some additional details on whether or not iPhone 8 iPhone X users could soon be plagued by the same throttling…

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Logic Pros: Hands-on w/ Apple’s new Logic Pro X reverb plug-in ‘ChromaVerb’

This week on Logic Pros, we are continuing our deep dive into all the latest new features in Logic Pro X v10.4. Apple’s flagship music production software was the recipient of a massive new (and completely free) update a couple weeks back with loads of new features and gear. Last time we took an in-depth look at the new multi-effects units built-in to Logic (Step FX and Phat FX), and now it’s time for the new ChromaVerb. more…

016: KGI on iPhone SE 2, CarPlay gets social, HomePod reception | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities on recent iPhone SE 2 rumors, three new Macs and iPad Pro expectations, better third party app support for Apple CarPlay, and new tidbits about HomePod ahead of launch.

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KGI predicts 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will help Apple rebound from ‘lower-than-expected’ iPhone X sales

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is today out with a trio of new investor notes that offer some addition color on the supplier breakdown for this year’s new iPhones. The analyst has previously stated that Apple will introduce three new iPhones this year, including two OLED models at 5.8-inches and 6.5-inches, and an LCD model at 6.1-inches…

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Logic Pros: An in-depth look at the new LPX Step and Phat FX units

Apple continues to support Logic Pro X (and its other flagship software), and the latest update has even more than we expected after having some hands-on time for the last couple days. The completely free version 10.4 upgrade hit this week with loads of new content for the company’s professional audio recording suite. For those that may have missed our launch coverage, we aren’t just talking about enhancements and fixes here, this is new effects units and instruments along with nearly 1,000 new loops and sounds, among many other things.

This week on Logic Pros it’s all about the new LPX features/content starting with its first major jump into the multi-effects unit space… more…

015: Digitimes iPhone rumors, new Apple Watch markets, HomePod orders | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got new iPhone SE 2 and 2018 flagship iPhone rumors from Digitimes, Apple Watch reaching new markets, and day one of HomePod orders, plus this weekend’s best deals from 9to5Toys.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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015: Digitimes iPhone rumors, new Apple Watch markets, HomePod orders | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got new iPhone SE 2 and 2018 flagship iPhone rumors from Digitimes, Apple Watch reaching new markets, and day one of HomePod orders, plus this weekend’s best deals from 9to5Toys.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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015: Digitimes iPhone rumors, new Apple Watch markets, HomePod orders | 9to5Mac Daily

Today we’ve got new iPhone SE 2 and 2018 flagship iPhone rumors from Digitimes, Apple Watch reaching new markets, and day one of HomePod orders, plus this weekend’s best deals from 9to5Toys.

9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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Hands-on: Universal Audio’s Arrow bus-powered Thunderbolt 3 interface is downright awesome [Video]

Last week, Universal Audio announced a new entry-level audio interface, the UA Arrow, that’s positioned just below its popular Apollo Twin interfaces. The UA Arrow, like other interfaces that the company makes, can provide your recordings with the tone and feel of a traditional analog recording. The Arrow is an interesting product for several key reasons, headlined by its support for bus-powered Thunderbolt 3, a first for Universal Audio.

Is the Arrow worth considering if you’re in the market for a portable audio interface for your iMac or MacBook Pro? Watch our hands-on video for our first impressions. more…