Great WWDC expectations, HomeKit’s killer app, our Facebook nightmare plus more

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More Apple coverage than you can shake a selfie stick at.
More Apple coverage than you can shake a selfie stick at.
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Download the latest Cult of Mac Magazine to find out what we’re all expecting from next week’s WWDC 2015, why we’re waiting for HomeKit’s killer app, what Kahney’s Korner has to say about the big Jony Ive promotion, a bit on our epic journey from hacked Facebook page to recovery, and check out an ‘Apple Watch Song’ fanboy anthem for the ages.

All that, plus product reviews, helpful tips, and more in this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine.

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What to expect from WWDC 2015

We’ve got a pretty good idea what Apple will reveal at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Here’s a peek at what the Apple world will be buzzing over. Plus: Get your first glimpse of the kaleidoscopic “epicenter of change” banners going up at Moscone Center.
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Screw smart light bulbs, we’re still waiting for HomeKit’s killer app

The home of the future arrived this week, but where are the Jetsons-style gizmos to convince us Apple takes home automation seriously?
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Kahney’s Korner: Why Jony Ive’s promotion is fantastic news for Apple

Jony Ive lands a new title, and pundits misinterpret the happy news as a bad omen. Leander reads the tea leaves completely differently.
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Inside our Facebook hijacking nightmare

Maybe you noticed tons of squirrelly posts on Cult of Mac’s Facebook page this week. Here’s what happens when spammers lay siege to your corner of the social network.
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‘Apple Watch Song’ turns angst into an earful of laughs (and a wrist full of cancer)

A manic new music video called “Apple Watch Song” spins anticipation and angst into a geeky anthem for Apple fans awaiting delivery of their precious wrist gadgets.
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