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How to Get Your iPhone Ready for iOS 13

Apple officially releases iOS 13 in just over an hour, and a host of new iPhone features are coming with it, including a system-wide Dark Mode, a Find My app, a revamped photos app, updated privacy features, and street -level Maps, not to mention smaller changes and tweaks. This article covers some of the things you can do to prepare …

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Apple Previews Revamped Fifth Avenue Flagship Store in New York City

Apple's flagship Fifth Avenue store with its iconic glass cube entrance in Manhattan reopening to the public. The underground store has been nearly doubled in size with a higher ceiling and more natural light coming from. The plaza has been lined with 28 honey trees, linear fountains, and benches for the public to gather around. Visitors enter by a new …

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An Exclusive Look Inside Apple's A13 Bionic Chip

A12 Bionic in an interview, Gwennap points out that while Apple leads the single-CPU race "I do not see them as far ahead, "he says. "I would expect Samsung, Qualcomm, and Huawei to up their game." So they've stepped up their game since last year's A12? Exactly how does the new six-core A13 Bionic stack up against Apple's three big …

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AI could reinvent medicine – or become a patient's nightmare

In the same year, Google entered into a data mining partnership with the Medical Center of the University of Chicago, which is now being challenged in court. Last June, a patient sued UCMC and Google because the electronic health records of his and thousands of other patients had been transferred to Google without removing time and date stamps. Google and …

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The viral app that characterizes you is not quite what you think

ImageNet researchers attribute the inclusion of offensive and insensitive categories to the overall size of the task, which ultimately attracted 50,000 people who rated 160 million candidate images. They also point out that only a fraction of the "person" pictures have actually been used in practice. This is because references to ImageNet usually mean a smaller version of the record …

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Google should not release a Pixel Clock this year

The big news to be dropped today was the story of the upcoming launch of a Google Pixel Watch in 2016 alongside the original series of Pixel phones. It's big news because we now know that we were incredibly close to getting a first (or two) Google brand watch, but we've also learned that Google is unlikely to release a …

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Photographer Austin Mann praises the iPhone 11 Pro camera

Travel photographer Austin Mann usually works with new iPhone models to test their camera performance in real-life situations, and to test Apple's new iPhone 11 Pro, Mann traveled to China to take pictures. Mann tested the new three-lens camera system with telephoto, wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses, the updated Smart HDR and the new night mode designed for extremely low light. …

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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 92 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced three years ago in March 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology , Safari Technology Preview release 92 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for JavaScript, WebGPU, SVG, Images, Web API, Service Workers, WebRTC, IndexedDB, Web Inspector, Accessibility, and Security. The new Safari Technology Preview …

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