Thursday April 16, 2020 7:38 pm PDT by Eric Slivka
Last September, Apple launched a web-based Apple Music experience, offering users a similar experience to the Mac version of the Music app with “For You,” “Browse,” and “Radio” sections, along with playlists, recommendations and more.
Once you’re signed into the web version of Apple Music with your Apple ID that has an associated Apple Music subscription, you’ll have access to all of your library and playlist content, as well as the same personal mixes and recommendations you’ll see in the Music apps for iOS, Mac, and Android.
Apple Music content plays right in the web browser, providing access for an array of devices and platforms that don’t have native Music app support, include Windows 10, Linux, and Chrome OS.
Apple Music on the web is also where you can access your Apple Music Replay mixes with personalized playlists for each year reflecting your most-played songs. Once you activate your Apple Music Replay experience through the web, you can add the playlists to the rest of your devices.
If you’re not already a member of Apple Music, you can sign up here for a free three-month trial, and then select from individual, family, and student plans if you want to continue.
Wednesday April 15, 2020 8:02 am PDT by Joe Rossignol
Apple today announced the second-generation iPhone SE with a 4.7-inch display, A13 Bionic chip, Touch ID home button, up to 256GB of storage, and more.
The new iPhone SE sports a single-lens 12-megapixel wide-angle camera with Portrait mode support. With a glass-backed design like the iPhone 8, the new iPhone SE is also capable of Qi-certified wireless charging.
The new iPhone SE comes in …
Tuesday April 14, 2020 3:53 am PDT by Tim Hardwick
Hundreds of thousands of Zoom accounts are being sold or given away for free on the dark web and hacker forums, according to a new report by BleepingComputer.
Zoom has surged in popularity in recent weeks as the number of people working from home has increased, but concerns about the videoconferencing app’s security have also made the headlines. However, the availability of Zoom accounts on…
Wednesday April 15, 2020 8:20 am PDT by Joe Rossignol
Apple today stopped selling the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus after announcing the second-generation iPhone SE.
The second-generation iPhone SE is essentially an upgraded iPhone 8, with a 4.7-inch display and Touch ID home button, but with a faster A13 Bionic chip. As of now, there is no Plus-sized version of the new iPhone SE, so there is no direct replacement for the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus,…
Wednesday April 15, 2020 7:29 am PDT by Joe Rossignol
Apple’s widely rumored successor to the iPhone SE will be announced at 8 a.m. Pacific Time aka 11 a.m. Eastern Time today, according to Jon Prosser of the YouTube channel Front Page Tech. This would line up with a tweet from Prosser a few weeks ago that claimed the device would be announced on April 15.
Prosser adds that the device will be called the “iPhone SE” and start at $399 in the…
Monday April 13, 2020 2:56 pm PDT by Juli Clover
Apple in March released new 13.4 software designed for the HomePod, alongside of the release of iOS 13.4 and tvOS 13.4. 9to5Mac recently looked at the HomePod code and says that Apple made a curious change with the new software — the HomePod operating system is now based on tvOS instead of iOS.
watchOS, tvOS, and the software that run on the HomePod are all variants of iOS, but each one is…
Wednesday April 15, 2020 11:15 am PDT by Juli Clover
When Apple unveiled new iPad Pro models and the Magic Keyboard with trackpad, which is now on sale, Logitech also introduced new keyboard cases with trackpads that are designed for the 10.2-inch 7th-generation iPad and the 10.5-inch iPad Air.
As of today, the Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case with Trackpad for iPad and the Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case with Trackpad for iPad Air can be …
Wednesday April 15, 2020 9:20 am PDT by Juli Clover
Apple today introduced a Mac Pro Wheels kit designed for the Mac Pro, which adds wheels to the machine after purchase. The kit is priced at $699.
When adding wheels to the Mac Pro when making an initial purchase, Apple charges $400, but the standalone kit to be used after purchase is $300 more because the pre-purchase price includes the price of removing the $300 feet. Apple says the kit …