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One of the easiest ways to read articles offline is to save them as a PDF, and thanks to a handy feature provided by Apple, it's effortless to do on your iPhone and iPad.MediaSaving a webpage as a PDF ensures that you'll be able to read an article while offline, but it also is advantageous if you wish to share it or view it on another device.The whole process is surprisingly easy and only requires a single app — Safari.

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Some M1 Mac owners are complaining about blurry text and lower-than-expected resolutions when using some third-party monitors, and one app developer has discovered why.Certain third-party monitors may not perform well when used with an M1 Mac.Certain third-party monitors may not perform well when used with an M1 Mac.Complaints about resolution and blur problems when plugging in a sub-4K monitor into an M1 Mac have surfaced on support boards since the launch of Apple Silicon. App developer Istvan Toth has investigated the issue and developed a fix.

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Mac apps including PDF editors, network utilities, and video downloaders are up to 90% off through the Bundlehunt Big Holiday macOS Bundle.Mac apps in holiday bundleFor a limited time only, Bundlehunt is offering 54 Mac apps — all ready for macOS Monterey — at a special "unlock price." Pay one $3 unlock fee, and then every one of the apps is made available to buy for extremely low prices.With 54 apps available, there is bound to be something for everyone — and unlike other bundles, you only buy what you want. You pick and choose your favorites, you don't have to install a lot of apps you don't need in order to get the one you do.

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Apple TV+ is backing a new feature film from Adam McKay titled "Bad Blood," with Jennifer Lawrence set to star as the Theranos CEO.Apple TV+Apple TV+"Bad Blood" will chronicle the rise and fall of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, played by Lawrence. Apple Original Studios will produce the film alongside Legendary Pictures, Variety reported Tuesday

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On Tuesday afternoon, AWS is having some big connectivity problems, impacting Facebook, Amazon, Disney+, and so much more.MediaThe outage has affected even AWS's own management console homepage for the US-EAST-1 region. As with IMDb, it is displaying only an error page.According to DataCentre Dynamics, Amazon has acknowledged the problem and issued a statement.

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Game peripheral producer Razer has launched its Phone Cooler Chroma, a MagSafe-compatible cooling device for the back of an iPhone.Razer Phone Cooler ChromaThe Razer Phone Cooler Chroma is an accessory that attaches to the back of smartphones, including the iPhone and Android devices. Rather than using a case with cooling capabilities, the cooler is meant to be attached to the iPhone when needed.Connecting using MagSafe, or a clip for older iPhones and Android smartphones, the cooler consists of a Peltier cooling tile that sits close to the smartphone's rear. A seven-bladed fan is used to draw air from the surrounding aluminum heatsink, spinning at up to 6,400 RPM, which is then exhausted at the back.

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Apple has moved on to its fifth and likely final round of testing for macOS Monterey 12.1, with developers able to try out the next build of the operating system.MediaDevelopers taking part in the test program can download the latest build via the Apple Developer Center, or as an update on enrolled devices. Participants in the public Apple Beta Software Program can typically expect a similar beta update to be issued shortly after the developer version.The fifth beta for this particular version arrives after the fourth, which arrived on December 1. The present build number is 20G313.

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Apple has moved on to the fifth round of developer betas, providing app makers with the first release candidate builds of iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, tvOS 15.2, HomePod software 15.2, and watchOS 8.3.iOS 15.2 release candidate now availableiOS 15.2 release candidate now availableThe newest builds can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center for those enrolled in the test program, or via an over-the-air update on devices running the beta software. Public betas typically arrive within a few days of the developer versions, via the Apple Beta Software Program website.

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The U.S. Senate has voted to re-appointment Federal Communications Commission Chair Jessica Rosenworcel, confirming her to another term.FCC Chair Jessica RosenworcelFCC Chair Jessica RosenworcelOn Tuesday, the Senate voted 68-31 to confirm Rosenworcel, who has been acting chair of the FCC since the election of President Joe Biden, CNBC reported. Rosenworcel's re-appointment comes a few weeks before her term was set to expire.

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Apple's upcoming iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 updates expected next week include a number of significant new features, including Apple Music Voice Plan support, Digital Legacy, and new App Privacy Reports.iOS 15.2 includes Apple Music Voice Plan, other new features.iOS 15.2 includes Apple Music Voice Plan, other new features.On Tuesday, Apple seeded the first release candidate beta versions of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2, among other updates. The release notes for the update details a range of new features.

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The macOS 12.1 Release Candidate beta fixes issues with the latest MacBook Pros including MagSafe charging errors, monitors not waking in clamshell mode, YouTube HDR playback crashes, and more.macOS 12.1 fixes several problems found with the new MacBook ProsmacOS 12.1 fixes several problems found with the new MacBook ProsApple has addressed several user-facing issues found in the new 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro in the latest macOS 12.1 beta. The new beta is the first Release Candidate, so customers can expect a public release in the coming weeks.

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Apple TV+ has renewed its award-winning drama series "Truth Be Told," which stars Octavia Spencer, for a third season.Truth Be Told seriesTruth Be Told series"Truth Be Told" is based on the novel by Kathleen Barber and focuses on true crime podcasts. It stars Spencer as podcaster Poppy Scoville, "who risks everything — including her life — to pursue truth and justice."

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With the imminent debut of the Apple Music Voice Plan, there are now three different Apple Music subscription tiers. Here are the differences between them.Credit: AppleCredit: AppleAfter debuting in October, Apple is on the cusp of filly releasing the Apple Music Voice Plan for $4.99 a month. The cheaper subscription tier offers access to the full Apple Music catalog to anyone — with the one caveat being that the catalog can only be accessed via Siri voice commands

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Computer accessory company Iodyne has launched its first flagship product, an eight Thunderbolt port multi-SSD workgroup storage enclosure aimed at professional workflows and teams.The Iodyne Pro DataThe Iodyne Pro DataThe Iodyne Pro Data is a powerful Thunderbolt storage solutions that supports speeds up to 5 GB/s. Users can also use the company's proprietary NVMe Multipathing design to boost performance with two Thunderbolt connections per host computer.

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With 2021 coming to a close, all eyes turn to early 2022 for Apple's next product releases. Here's what you can expect to see from Apple after the holidays.Apple CEO Tim Cook during the second fall special event in 2021Apple CEO Tim Cook during the second fall special event in 2021Apple's product catalog has gone through another eventful year, with new products being released despite the ongoing global pandemic.

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Apple's brand-new 16-inch MacBook Pro with 1TB of storage is discounted exclusively for AppleInsider readers. Best of all, it's in stock and ready to ship for Christmas (and AppleCare is on sale too).Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch with Nikon camera and Deal of the Week badge2021 16-inch MacBook Pro in stockThe exclusive deal applies to every 2021 MacBook Pro, but this particular model is in stock and ready to ship just in time for Christmas.

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Apple TV+ begins filling out its cast for its upcoming comedy series "Big Door Prize," adding Chris O'Dowd to the list of performers.Media"The Big Door Prize" follows the residents of a small town called Deerfield, who, one day, discover a magical, destiny-predicting machine in their grocery store.Variety has learned that O'Dowd ("Bridesmaids," "Get Shorty," and "State of the Union,") will star as Dusty, a good-natured teacher and family man whose deeply average life has followed a safe and predictable path. That is — until the appearance of the mysterious machine forces him to question his happiness.

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As Apple introduces its updated designs of MacBook Pro to the world, some other notebook producers are arguably moving in Apple-like ways. Here's how the latest 16-inch MacBook Pro compares to the Dell XPS 17.Dell XPS 17 versus 16-inch MacBook ProDell XPS 17 versus 16-inch MacBook ProApple's updates to the MacBook Pro lineup include several new and returning elements, with a notch and new screen joined by the revival of the HDMI port, memory card reader, and MagSafe.

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Apple continues to fall short of production goals rolling into the holiday season, citing supply chain restrictions and power regulations in China — but problems likely began well before the pandemic.MediaIn a time when Apple suppliers typically begin ramping up production to meet holiday demand, most have decreased or ceased production. Employees who often see overtime instead found themselves with time off.Nikkei Asia has released a new report showing how ongoing supply chain bottlenecks and power restrictions in China have forced Foxconn, Pegatron, and other Apple suppliers to produce less, not more.

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Apple's App Store continues to earn nearly twice as much as Google Play, as discovered by a new report published on Tuesday.Image Credit: AppleImage Credit: AppleSensor Tower has released a new report that shows consumers have spent $133 billion globally across mobile app platforms in 2021. This represents a 19.7 percent year-over-year growth over 2020's $111.1 billion.

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