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Apple’s iPhone 15 cables could be limited to sluggish data transfers


Apple's iPhone 15 cables could be limited to sluggish data transfers
The USB-C cable that comes with iPhone 15 might not be very fast.
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USB-C cables that will ship with the iPhone 15 series allegedly will support only USB 2.0. If true, that will limit data transfers to a relatively poky 480Mbps, far below the maximum speed of the more recent USB 3.2 Gen 2.

However, other reports say the actual USB-C port in the iPhone 15 is much faster.

This wireless charging case for iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch is perfect for travelers


Momax Airbox stores and charges your Apple devices.
Momax Airbox stores and charges your Apple devices.
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Momax’s Airbox Portable Power Cabin may be the ultimate companion for your Apple devices. The clamshell case not only charges your gadgets fast with its built-in 10,000mAh battery, it also stores them on the go — including iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods or AirPods Pro.

It’ll top up your iPad quickly via USB-C as well. And there’s even a special, non-charging slot to store your Apple Pencil.

The company calls the Airbox the world’s first foldable power bank. And Momax is offering a limited-time deal that drops the price considerably — plus an additional discount for Cult of Mac readers only!

Today in Apple history: iJustine’s 300-page iPhone bill shocks the internet


iJustine's reaction to her massive iPhone bill fueled one of the first iPhone
iJustine's reaction to her massive iPhone bill fueled one of the first iPhone "scandals."
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Aug 18: Today in Apple history: Apple's Christmas-themed 'Misunderstood' iPhone ad wins Emmy August 18, 2007: A video goes viral on YouTube when 23-year-old internet personality Justine Ezarik, aka iJustine, posts a 300-page iPhone bill mailed to her in a box by AT&T.

The bill — which lists every single action that consumed cellular data on Ezarik’s brand-new iPhone — is quickly viewed by 3 million people and receives extensive media coverage. (You can watch it below.)

Apple should soon begin making iPhone ‘Batterygate’ payments to customers


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Batterygate is long over, but Apple is still dealing with the repercussions of a severe lapse in judgement.
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Apple is expected to soon begin making payments to iPhone users who were affected by 2017’s “Batterygate.” The iPhone-maker settled a class-action lawsuit in 2020, and the money is finally going out.

Those who owned an iPhone back then, and who filed a claim several years ago, should receive about $65.

Apple TV+ doubles down on soccer superstar Lionel Messi


The second of the two documentary series covers Messi's big move to MLS' Inter Miami CF.
The second of the two documentary series covers Messi's big move to MLS' Inter Miami CF.
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Apple TV+ said Monday it landed the “first and only behind-the-scenes account of soccer superstar Lionel Messi’s new chapter” with Major League Soccer team Inter Miami CF.

The as-of-yet untitled documentary series comes in addition to the other Messi documentary series coming to Apple TV+. That one covers the legend’s longstanding work with Argentina’s national team and his many FIFA World Cup appearances.

Find out if Apple Music deleted one of your favorite songs


Do you have banned music?
Find out of music in your library has been taken down by Apple.
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Here’s how you can find out if any songs in your library have been removed from Apple Music. Songs are taken off Apple Music all the time if there’s a problem with licensing or if a controversial artist has been broadly disgraced. Spotify was caught up in similar heat last year, losing Neil Young’s discography in a protest of the streaming service’s association with podcaster Joe Rogan.

Have any songs in your Apple Music library been deleted behind your back? There’s a way to find out if you have a Mac by building a smart playlist. I’ll show you how.

Today in Apple history: Beginning of the end for clone Macs


Power Computing clone Macs sounded like a good idea at first.
Clone Macs sounded like a good idea at first.
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August 5: Today in Apple history: Beginning of the end for Power Computing Mac clones August 5, 1997: Apple gets into a standoff with Power Computing, a maker of Macintosh clones. It marks the beginning of the end for Apple’s mid-’90s strategy of licensing the Mac operating system.

“If the [Mac] platform goes closed, it is over,” predicts Power Computing CEO Joel J. Kocher of Apple’s strategy. “[It’s] total destruction. The kiss of death.” Of course, things don’t turn out exactly like that for Apple…

This 3-way cable charges iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods at once


Just in time to go back to school, save more than $18 on this highly rated 3-in-1 charging cable.
Get more than half off this five-star 3-in-1 charging cable for your Apple devices in our Back-to-School Sale.
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Why carry three separate cables when a reliable three-way charging cable can keep all your gadgets charged and ready?

This three-in-one USB-C charging cable for Apple Watch, iPhone and AirPods is ideal for the job. And during our Back-to-School Sale, you can grab it for just $16.97, a savings of more than 50% off the regular price of $34.99, with no coupon needed. Note: This special price drop ends August 13.

Everyone’s on an epic mission this week on Foundation [Apple TV+ recap] ★★★


Jared Harris in ★★★
Everyone's looking for answers in strange places this week on Foundation.
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TV+ ReviewApple TV+’s epic space opera Foundation shores up its defenses this week as everyone prepares for the second crisis.

Hari and Gaal have a crucial appointment with an ancient power. Cleric and Day both need to rescue the last men in the galaxy that either of them wants to ask for help. And new and greater puzzles wait behind every corner.

Great pacing, great character work and a couple of welcome additions to the Foundation cast make this week’s episode, “King and Commoner,” appointment television.

Jace walks a mile in someone else’s roller skates this week on Swagger [Apple TV+ recap] ★★★★★


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Crystal (Quvenzhané Wallis, left) and Jace (Isaiah Hill) have some things to work out this week.
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TV+ ReviewSwagger takes a look at personal responsibility this week, as Jace ponders his future after taking a tough stance.

He and Crystal spend an eventful, meaningful day together, while higher-ups decide what to do with the divisive athlete. Ike, Tonya and Emery must work through the Jace situation, while he needs to deal with his own confidence issues. Entitled “Jace + Crystal,” it’s a very fine episode of an Apple TV+ sports drama that produces little else.

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