Tidiga ägare klagar på lte- och wifiprestanda i Iphone XS

En del användare av nya Iphone XS och Iphone XS Max har rapporterat om problem med radiosignalen, medan andra rapporterar om betydligt högre hastigheter.

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Displaymate: Iphone XS Max har världens bästa smartphone-skärm

Skärmen är ljusstarkare än tidigare, har bra antireflexbehandling och bättre färgåtergivning.

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Happy Mojave Day!

I know iOS is the popular one, but macOS is the one I get most excited for.

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The one accessory every Android and iPhone fan needs is on sale for $11

For those who just can’t commit to a device.

You can never have too many charging cables, especially when they come with three different charging connectors. Right now, you can pick up Anker’s PowerLine II 3-in-1 cable for just $11.24 when you checkout using coupon code ANKER846. It normally sells for around $15, and this is the first time the cable has been discounted since its release just a few weeks ago.

The cable itself has a Micro-USB connection built into the end of it, and then there are adapters for USB-C and Lightning ports. The adapters are connected to the cable so you don’t have to worry about misplacing them. It offers max speeds of 2.4A on the Micro-USB and Lightning chargers and 3A on the USB-C. It’s MFi-certified, which means Apple has approved it to charge and sync your iPhone and iPad.

Anker is so confident that you’ll love this cable and won’t have issues with it that the company is backing it with a hassle-free lifetime warranty. These are handy to have around…

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Apple fullbordar köp av Shazam – blir reklamfritt

Shazam ägs nu av Apple, och en glad nyhet för alla användare är att appen inom kort kommer bli reklamfri.

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Stock up on TP-Link’s Smart Plug Minis for just $20 each

Small and oh so smart.

The TP-Link smart plug mini is down to $19.99 on Amazon, which is a match of its lowest price. It tends to fluctuate a bunch, but seems to bound between like $27 and $30, with the last time it hit this low being back at Black Friday time.

Unlike most other smart plugs on the market right now, this one only covers up a single outlet, meaning you can stack two of them in the same receptacle, or use just one with another plug. The free Kasa iOS and Android apps allow you to control the status of the plug from anywhere, and you can also use a voice assistant, like Alexa on the Echo Dot to turn it on or off. It can be scheduled and has an away mode to turn devices on and off at random times so it appears as though you’re home.

If you’ve been looking for some extra smart plugs for the house, or want to try one out for the first time, this is one of the best options available.

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Säkerhetsbrist redan upptäckt i Mac OS Mojave

Mojave har knappt hunnit släppas förrän den första säkerhetsbristen har hittats. Patrick Wardle visar hur program kan kringgå systemets nya integritetsskydd.

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Uppgifter: Iphone XS Max säljer rejält mycket bättre än Iphone XS

Iphone XS Max kan sälja tre till fyra gånger så bra som sitt mindre syskon Iphone XS, om vi ska tro en första uppskattning av Iphone-försäljningen.

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Se upp i trafiken! Nu finns Waze för Carplay i IOS 12

Den populära tredjepartsappen för trafikkoll kan nu ersätta Apples egen karttjänst.

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How to use Desktop Stacks, Quick Actions, and Gallery View in macOS Mojave

The Finder has some interesting upgrades in macOS Mojave. Here’s how they work.

Some of the more notable updates in macOS 10.14 Mojave came to the Finder. Users can now use Stacks to clean up their desktops, check out files in the new Gallery view in Finder windows, get a more detailed view of their files’ metadata, take quick action on items, and even make edits to files without even opening them thanks to refinements in Quick Look.

Here’s how all of the new stuff in Finder works on macOS Mojave.

How to use Stacks in macOS Mojave
How to use Gallery View in macOS Mojave
How to view file metadata in macOS Mojave
How to us Quick Actions in macOS Mojave
How to use Quick Look in macOS Mojave
How to use Stacks in macOS Mojave

Click View in the Menu bar of your Mac when on your desktop with no apps in the foreground.
Click Use Stacks.

Control-click, right-click, or two-finger-click on your desktop.
Hover your mouse cursor over Group Stacks By. Choose between Kind, Date Last Opened, D…

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