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All Articles by Jared Dipane

Add a backlit keyboard cover to your iPad mini for just $10

If you are rocking an iPad Mini (the first, second or third-gen version), you won't want to miss out on this sweet deal. Right now, you can score Zagg's backlit keyboard cover for just $10 at AT&T, which is quite a steal.

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Apple seeds first macOS Sierra beta to developers

Apple has just released the first macOS beta for developers.

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Developers can now download the first tvOS 10 beta

Apple has released the first tvOS 10 beta for developers. Interested parties can head to the tvOS Developer Resource Center to get the necessary files.

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First watchOS 3 beta is now available for developers

Apple has just released the first beta of watchOS 3 to developers. You'll need to have the iOS 10 beta installed in order to get the update.

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Apple releases first iOS 10 beta to developers

Apple has just released the first iOS 10 beta to developers. Interested developers can head to Apple's iOS Developer Resource Center to grab the files.

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Home is a new way to control all of your HomeKit-enabled accessories

Apple has announced its newest and easiest way to control any and all HomeKit accessories that you may have in your house: Home. With Home, you can use Siri to control scenes, use 3D Touch to adjust levels and more.

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Maps will gain Proactive features, traffic information and more

Apple has announced a number of big changes coming to Maps with iOS 10. The redesigned app will make it easier to access the controls and details that you need by adding traffic information, Proactive results and more.

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iOS 10 will bring a redesigned lock screen with 3D Touch abilities and more

Apple has announced that iOS 10 will bring big changes to the lock screen. Some of the changes include an all-new design, 3D Touch support, easy access to your camera and widgets and more.

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Apple Pay heads to the web as well as Hong Kong, Singapore and Switzerland

To make payments even easier online, Apple has announced that it will be bringing Apple Pay to the web. There will be a new "Pay with Apple Pay" button on sites that allow you to easily check out by securely authenticating through your iPhone's Touch ID or Apple Watch.

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Redesigned tvOS Remote app brings full Siri Remote functionality to your phone

Along with big improvements to tvOS itself, Apple has also announced at WWDC that the company will be releasing an updated tvOS Remote App as well. This will bring all the features of the Siri Remote right to your phone, and much more.

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WatchOS 3 preview release available today, public release in the fall

WatchOS 3 will bring a number of big changes to the watch, but it also adds a bunch of stuff for developers to take advantage of. Developers will be able to integrate Apple Pay within apps on the Watch, have fitness apps run in the background and more.

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Activity Sharing and wheelchair algorithms make watchOS 3 even better for the fitness fiends

With the Activity app being one of the most popular Apple Watch apps, Apple has announced a new way to compete with your friends. Activity Sharing will allow you to easily compete with your friends, talk smack to them and more right from your wrist.

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Apple: More than 2 million apps available with 130 billion downloads

On stage at WWDC, Apple announced that the App Store has grown from 500 apps to over 2 million apps. These apps have been downloaded more than 130 billion times, and developers have been paid out nearly $50 billion to date.

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It's now even easier to find just the right Bitmoji

The Bitmoji keyboard has been updated with an awesome new feature: search! That's right, you can now find the perfect Bitmoji with ease.

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Facebook: Download Moments or we'll kill all your 4-year old photo syncs

Facebook is using threats and bullying techniques to get people to download another of its apps, Moments. The company is telling people that it will delete synced pictures unless you install Moments on your phone.

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Moscone Center and Bill Graham Auditorium start getting decked out for WWDC

With WWDC right around the corner, Apple has begun the process of decking out the Moscone Center and Bill Graham Auditorium with its logos and banners for the conference. Each year people love to capture the progress of the banners as they go up, and that has now begun.

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UE Roll 2 review: A small speaker that packs a big punch

Logitech's UE Roll 2 is a waterproof Bluetooth speaker that offers great sound quality in a small package. Coming in at $100, the speaker has to deliver on audio quality in order for it to be worth it, so does it? Let's take a look.

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Apple Campus 2 features 36-foot glass panels, hollow concrete slabs and more

We have seen Apple's new campus a few times in the past, with various drone shots and photos surfacing frequently. The folks at Popsci got a private tour of the new campus, and they were able to get some additional information about the facility.

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Amazon gives you a good reason to buy Sonos and you probably should

Sonos is running a new promotion for Father's Day on both its own website and Amazon. At either location, you can score a free gift card (amounts vary depending on what you buy) with your purchase.

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iMessage for Android joins last-minute WWDC rumor rush

A new report claims that sources familiar with Apple's plans say that the company will be bringing iMessage to Android at WWDC. Of course, nothing is official until we hear it from Apple, so now we wait and see.

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