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See what the 2020 iPad Pro looks like on your desk with the magic of AR


The 2020 iPad Pro looks good anywhere.
Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

The first 2020 iPad Pro orders will start reaching customers next Wednesday, March 25. You don’t need to wait that long to see what it will look like on your desk, complete with amazing Magic Keyboard, however.

Using the power of augmented reality, Apple can put a virtual iPad Pro anywhere in your home. But be warned: If you didn’t already want a 2020 iPad Pro, you will after you see one right in front of you.

Apple seeds iOS 13.4 golden master to developers


iPadOS 13.4 is a gamechanger.
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Registered Apple developers can already get the finalized version of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 ahead of its public debut on March 24.

Apple released the Golden Master builds iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, watchOS 6.2, macOS Catalina 10.15.4, and tvOS 13.4 on its developer today, bringing a host of new features to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac.

Tim Cook takes wait-and-see attitude toward constantly changing coronavirus; ‘reason for optimism, but we’ll see’


Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic about Apple’s future
CEO Tim Cook says “Apple is fundamentally strong.”
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CEO Tim Cook promises Apple is fundamentally strong and will weather the problems resulting from the coronavirus spreading around the world. He says his focus isn’t on short-term changes in Apple’s share price, despite a recent significant drop.

In a wide-ranging interview with Fox Business recorded Thursday in Birmingham, Alabama, Cook also discussed whether his company will move more device production out of China, and his relationship with President Donald Trump.

Last Jedi director reveals why you’ll never see a bad guy using an iPhone


Jamie Lee Curtis (not a bad guy) using an iPhone in Knives Out.
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Apple makes some of the coolest products in the technology industry, which is one of the reasons why you see them in so many movies. But have you ever noticed that only the good guys use Apple products?

That’s because Apple won’t let the bad guys use devices like iPhone on-screen, according to movie director Rian Johnson.

Nonprofit seeks old Apple Watches to donate to people in need


App Home Screen Apple Watch Series 4
Recycle Health is a wearables charity working out of Tufts Medical School.
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Have an old Apple Watch you want to donate to a good cause? Recycle Health, a nonprofit working out of Tufts Medical School, is collecting fitness-tracking wearables to donate to underserved populations.

These include homeless people, veterans, people in senior living homes, and intellectually disabled adults, in low-income communities. The hope is that the fitness-tracking devices could lead to “sustained behavior change” among those who need it.

Apple TV+ pauses production on Shantaram to seek new showrunner


Apple TV+ series Shantaram seeking incentives in India
Shantaram has been published in 39 languages and sold 6 million copies.
Photo: St. Martin's Griffin

One of the most high-profile projects in development for Apple TV+ is already running into some huge problems while shooting its first season.

Apple reportedly shut down production on its TV series adaptation of the popular novel Shantaram in Australia. The reason: the writers can’t churn out scripts fast enough.

Apple seeks dismissal of Servant plagiarism lawsuit


Apple TV+ Servant promo image.
Apple defends against plagiarism allegations.
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Apple asked a federal judge on Tuesday to toss a movie director’s lawsuit, arguing similarities between her work and the Apple TV+ series Servant are “common” and “unprotectable ideas” found in other works.

Francesa Gregorini’ has accused Apple, and Servant’s creators M. Night Shyamalan and Tony Basgallop’s of ripping off her 2013 film The Truth About Emanuel. Both movie and television series features a traumatized parent who hires a babysitter to care for a baby that turns out to be a doll.

LGBTQ docuseries Visible: Out on Television can now be seen on Apple TV+


Every episode of new docuseries now available to watch.
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Apple Originals docuseries Visible: Out on Television has debuted on Apple TV+. The five-part series examines the history of LGBTQ representation on TV. It blends archival footage with new interviews with stars including Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, and others.

Check out a trailer below.