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iFixit teardown of Apple Watch Series 3 finds something new, something old …


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Added 09-25-17 08:31:02am EST - “Not long after its teardown of the iPhone 8, iFixit is back with a similar look at the innards of the Apple Watch Series 3, LTE version. The biggest change, of course, is a while new set of radio c…” - 9to5mac.com

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Fitbit's $300 ‘Ionic' Apple Watch competitor launching October 1, SDK preview out tomorrow


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Added 09-25-17 11:31:01am EST - “Last month Fitbit unveiled its $300 Ionic smart watch based on its acquisition of Pebble, and today the company has announced the ship date for its Apple Watch competitor. Fitbit Ionic will hit sto…” - 9to5mac.com

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How to install macOS High Sierra


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Added 09-25-17 03:15:03pm EST - “Apple’s update to macOS is now available and ready. Here are the instructions for getting it on your Mac.” - Macworld.com

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macOS High Sierra: How to use Reader mode in Safari 11


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Added 09-25-17 02:15:02pm EST - “Want to visit websites without annoying ads, videos, and other distractions? Safari's Reader mode is the way to go.” - Macworld.com

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Review: Alpine iLX-107 delivers the future of driving with Wireless CarPlay for under $1000


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Added 09-25-17 02:31:07pm EST - “Apple introduced Wireless CarPlay support two years ago with iOS 9, and this year the untethered version of Apple's infotainment feature is starting to hit the market. Just as wired CarPlay i…” - 9to5mac.com

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News: Apple increases iTunes movie rental time to 48 hours for US users


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Added 09-25-17 11:14:03am EST - “Apple has increased the time a user has to finish or rewatch a movie rented from iTunes from 24 hours to 48 hours for U.S. users, according to the company's updated support document. Users in the U.S.?” - Ilounge.com

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