Want to do more with your Mac this year? The 2018 Super Mac Bundle gives your Apple machine a new lease on life, with ten of our favorite apps — including Aurora HDR 2018 Express and Whitesmoke. Today only, you can beat the average price and score the entire bundle at 9to5Toys Specials. There’s over $650 worth of value here, all considered.
Best Buy has kicked off a one-day sale on certified refurbished Apple Watch Series 3 GPS + Cellular models. You can save an extra 20% off already reduced prices and enjoy free shipping across the board. Deals start at $319.20 for Sport models and go up from there for various Stainless Steel configurations. Today’s savings are over $100 off the regular going rate in most instances. Includes original accessories and each model is in “like new condition”. Learn more about Best Buy’s refurb and return policy here.
Prefer new condition? Don’t forget that Best Buy has $50 off Series 3 GPS models from $279 for Father’s Day and Nike+ Cellular models are on sale too.
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…
Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts doesn’t want you to buy an iPhone X if it’s not for you, as long as you’re buying any other iPhone that is. In a new video interview held at Apple’s new Michigan Avenue flagship store in Chicago, Ahrendts discussed Apple’s retail strategy of not up-selling all customers to the iPhone X when it hits stores in two weeks.
Apple is announcing a new life-saving feature in iOS 12 that hasn’t been publicly disclosed before today. Starting this fall when iOS 12 is released, first responders will be able to access location data “securely and automatically” when iPhone customers call 911.
The move is intended to dramatically improve emergency service response time, and Apple says the feature is implemented with privacy in mind: