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AppleMagazine #397

AppleMagazine is a weekly publication packed with news, iTunes and Apps reviews, interviews and original articles on anything and everything Apple. AppleMagazine brings a new concept of light, intelligent, innovative reading to your fingertips; with a global view of Apple and its influence on our lives - be it leisure activities, family or work-collaborative projects. Elegantly designed and highly interactive, AppleMagazine will also keep you updated on the latest weekly news. It's that simple! It’s all about Apple and its worldwide culture influence, all in one place, and only one tap away. Get AppleMagazine digital subscription today.

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Ivan Castilho de Almeida
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wwdc 2019: upgrades across devices announced on day one

OPENING OF APPLE’S DEVELOPER EXTRAVAGANZA DIDN’T DISAPPOINT So, with just one day done at WWDC 2019 at the time of writing, we’ve already been inundated with a host of exciting updates to the software we love. In fact, so much happened in the first few hours of the event that the only way we can really cover it effectively is by writing two articles. So, to get straight into Part One, what exactly went down at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center on June 3? As usual, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with a detailed two-hour keynote. CEO Tim Cook took to the stage first, but it was senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, who released the most important news in Apple software development that we’ve heard since last…

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ohio’s third frontier fund for tech, start-ups is dwindling

An Ohio fund that has provided millions of dollars for technology projects, startups and research is running out of money, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted said this week. He told a group of investors that the $180 million remaining in the Third Frontier fund won’t sustain current operations for “much longer,”The Plain Dealer reported. Husted was asked how he feels about Third Frontier while giving a presentation to investors with the North Coast Angel Fund. “I think we’ve learned what’s worked from the Third Frontier program, I think we’ve learned what maybe wasn’t as successful,” Husted said. “Those lessons, I believe, can serve as the foundation for what the future of it might be.” He didn’t specify what that might look like, but suggested lawmakers might be motivated to support whatever comes next after…

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samsung vows to keep up investment as trade war raises risks

Samsung Electronics’ Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong has vowed to keep up robust investments in key businesses as South Korea’s leading company weathers slowing demand and the impact of trade clashes between Washington and Beijing. In a weekend meeting with top Samsung executives, Lee called for “unwavering focus on long-term, fundamental leadership in technology” and reaffirmed plans to invest 133 trillion won ($112 billion) to strengthen the company’s presence in the non-memory chip market. Samsung also last year announced a three-year plan to invest 180 trillion won ($152 billion) to strengthen its memory chip segment and other key sectors and hire 40,000 more people in the process. “In this rapidly changing environment, we need to keep our unwavering focus on the long-term, fundamental leadership in technology,” Lee said in a statement provided by…

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americans think fake news is big problem, blame politicians

Half of U.S. adults consider fake news a major problem, and they mostly blame politicians and activists for it, according to a new survey. A majority also believe journalists have the responsibility for fixing it. Differences in political affiliation are a major factor in how people think about fake news, as Republicans are more likely than Democrats to also blame journalists for the problem. The question of how to deal with made-up or misleading stories has embroiled politicians, civil-rights organizations and tech companies in the aftermath of misinformation campaignsby Russians and others aimed at undermining democratic institutions in the U.S . and Europe. A survey from the Pew Research Center, released this week, finds that 68% of U.S. adults believe fake news affects confidence in government institutions. Misinformation was cited more often as…

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breakthrough: the all-new mac pro

Building a supercomputer to appease the world’s most advanced developers, graphic artists, filmmakers and photographers was never going to be easy, but Apple pulled it off in 2006 with the Mac Pro. Now, 13 years later, Apple has reinvented one of its most powerful computers and introduced a whole host of features, far beyond expectations. This week, we lift the lid on the new Mac Pro, an extreme high-end computer reinventing the desktop PC… NEXT-LEVEL POWER It’s rare for Apple to sandwich in new hardware announcements between software unveils at its WWDC conference, but this year was different. With an auditorium packed full of devoted iOS and macOS developers, it was the perfect opportunity for Apple to show off a completely overhauled, breakthrough Mac Pro, designed to push the limits of what…

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apple previews new software as it diversifies beyond iphones

Apple, beset by falling iPhone sales, announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended to highlight its new digital services and to further position it as a defender of personal privacy. The revisions previewed Monday during a conference in San Jose, California, included a new feature that will let people log into apps and other services with an Apple ID instead of relying on similar sign-in options from Facebook and Google — two companies that mine data to sell advertising. Apple said it won’t collect tracking information about users from that service. As part of that feature, Apple will also let users mask their true email addresses when signing into apps and services. That will involve faux email address that automatically forward to the user’s personal email. When the next…

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