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Full Version of Adobe Photoshop Coming to iPad

Adobe will reportedly bring the full version of Photoshop to Apple’s iPad, in an attempt to drive more consumers towards the company’s subscription model. It would be a strategic move intended to boost CC subscription sales  by making the software available across a wider swath of devices. The current plan, according …

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Apple’s Chinese Censorship Features Caused iPhone Crashing Bug

Any company that wants to do business in China has to abide by the draconian censorship laws imposed by the country’s government. Even Apple, one of the most valuable companies in the world, has to play ball. According to security researcher Patrick Wardle, Apple’s efforts to appease the Chinese government …

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Apple May Kill iPhone SE, iPhone X in Upcoming Refresh Cycle

As the fall draws closer, analysts have turned their attention to Apple’s product lines and expected upcoming refreshes. The overall expectation is that the company will introduce multiple new handsets — we’ve heard talk of three models — and be sunsetting others. Overall, some trim is definitely due. Right now, …

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Apple Reportedly Dumps Intel’s Upcoming Modem for 2020 iPhone [Updated]

Update:  An Intel spokesperson has contacted ExtremeTech with the following comment: ““Intel’s 5G customer engagements and roadmap have not changed for 2018 through 2020. We remain committed to our 5G plans and projects.” Over the last few years, Intel’s mobile communication business has enjoyed significantly higher visibility and revenue thanks …

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Apple’s Type-C iPhone Charger May Have Leaked

  Apple has never used ports just because everyone else was using them. Always the hipster, Apple forges its own path with the 30-pin connector, FireWire, and now Lightning. It’s looking like the days of Lightning may be numbered, though. After reports that Apple would ditch Lightning in favor of …

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Apple Keyboards Vulnerable to Single Grain of Sand: Analysis

In June, after months of increasing customer complaints and vocal unhappiness, Apple kicked off a program to replace the keyboards of customers who had stuck or non-responsive keys. There was a sharp increase in the number and frequency of these complaints after Apple switched to a new keyboard design in …

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