How to pick the right Profession in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Don’t worry if you are unsure. Nothing is set in stone.

There are a lot of new mechanics in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite that make it far more detailed and complex than Niantic’s other big hit, Pokémon Go. One of the more interesting additions is Professions, which allow you to choose a job in the game. Each job does something a little different and helps you in different ways.

While the game is still in beta we have only seen three Professions, though the full game may bring in more at a later date. The App Teardown we saw does suggest that three is all we will get, though we can’t be sure.

What are the Professions?

There are currently three Professions in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. The Auror, the Magizoologist and the Professor. Each is themed to help you defeat specific types of enemies out in the Wizarding world, while also being weak against one of the other types. The three types of enemies are Dark Forces, Beasts, and Curiosities.


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If News + isn’t your bag, there’re other great magazine subscription apps

Not satisfied with how Apple News+ handles magazines? Then check out these great alternatives!

Apple recently launched their News+ service, which is a subscription service in the News app that allows you to subscribe to and read over 300 digital magazines and get access to select premium newspapers. Since they offer a free 30-day trial, many of us have already tried out the service, only to discover that it doesn’t fit all of our needs. If you want to read digital magazines on your iPhone or iPad, but don’t want to subscribe to Apple News+, here are some alternatives to consider.

Zinio – Magazine Newsstand

Did you know that libraries offer a ton of reading content for free, including magazines? If you have a library card account and your local library supports it, you can use RBDigital.

With RBDigital, you’ll get access to digital copies of eBooks, videos, magazines, comics, educational offerings, audiobooks, and much more, al…

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Apples aktie rusar – minskad oro för Kina

Enligt Apples vd Tim Cook ser det ljusare ut på den kinesiska marknaden.

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Apple’s CEO on the company’s 2019 Q2 earnings

Apple’s second-quarter results for 2019 are in. Here’s our transcript of the call.

Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri spoke with analysts during the company’s Q2 2019 earnings call. Here’s our ongoing live transcript of their remarks! If you want more info on Apple’s results, we recommend checking out the awesome charts from Six Colors.

Cook’s opening remarks

Tim Cook
Good afternoon and thanks to all of you for joining us today. This has been an exciting and productive quarter for Apple. In my letter to investors at the beginning of January, I wrote that one of Apple’s great strengths is our culture of flexibility, adaptability, and creativity. This quarter featured some important announcements that speak to the power of our commitment to innovation and long term thinking. I’d like to start with some top line highlights and then move into greater detail with you. I’ll get started with financial results. Our revenue was $58 billion, toward the high end of our guidance ran…

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Så blev Apples kvartalsrapport

Apple tjänar allt mer pengar på Ipad, Apple Watch och tjänster, men det går trögare för Iphone.

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Apple reports Q2 2019 financial results

Apple has just announced its financial results for Q2 2019, covering the period between January 1 and March 31, 2019. The company posted quarterly revenue of $58 billion, with services revenue hitting an all-time high of $11.5 billion.

Press release:

Apple Reports Second Quarter Results

Services Revenue Reaches New All-Time High of $11.5 Billion

April 30, 2019 04:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Cupertino, California — April 30, 2019 — Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2019 second quarter ended March 30, 2019. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $58 billion, a decline of 5 percent from the year-ago quarter, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $2.46, down 10 percent. International sales accounted for 61 percent of the quarter’s revenue.

”Our March quarter results show the continued strength of our installed base of over 1.4 billion active devices, as we set an all-time record for Services, and the strong momentum of our Wearables, Home a…

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Extend your iPhone’s warranty with these credit cards

Heads up! We share savvy shopping and personal finance tips to put extra cash in your wallet. Mobile Nations may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network.

Every iPhone and Mac come with a one year warranty that includes Apple Support and hardware repairs that aren’t due to accidental damage. What a lot of people forget, however, is that you can actually double this warranty to two years by simply paying for your new iPhone or Mac with certain credit cards. A number of credit card companies like American Express, Chase, and Capital One provide extended warranties for Apple products if you pay for the entire product with the card.

Something to make sure you do keep on hand in case you need to use your extended warranty is your receipt from your original purchase, the warranty card or document, and the credit card statement that shows you made the purchase with that card. We’ve assembled the cards that will extend your iPhone or Mac’s warranty by a whole year and als…

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SOUL enhances its ST-XS True Wireless Earphones for the latest version 2

SOUL Electronics’ latest addition to its true wireless headphone lineup has been unveiled: the Soul ST-XS2 High-Performance True Wireless Earphones. As a follow-up to last year’s ST-XS headphones, version 2 is greatly enhanced and better prepared for your life on-the-go.

Wireless Wonder

SOUL ST-XS2 True Wireless Earphones

The new ST-XS2 true wireless earphones feature a built-in microphone, Bluetooth 5.0, and IPX7 waterproof protection that could make them your new workout buddy.


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The ST-XS2 true wireless headphones were designed as a hybrid sports and lifestyle product that are just as suitable for use during a workout as they are for relaxing at home. They feature IPX7 advanced waterproof protection that will keep them safe in up to three feet of water, and that keeps them sweatproof too so you can take them for a run in the rain or to the gym safely. With Bluetooth 5.0, they connect to your device right as you take them out of the case so you can begin lis…

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What you can expect to hear and what we want to hear from Nintendo at E3

Nintendo has confirmed it will be attending this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, held June 7 – 13 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Tickets are still available for any hard-core gamers or media experts who want to attend. It’s likely that Nintendo will allow attendees to test out demo versions of games like Pokémon Sword and Shield, but nothing has been confirmed so far.

Traditionally, the Nintendo company also releases a pre-recorded video at the expo and the gaming company has stated it will do so again this year. We don’t know exactly what they will talk about but we have plenty of questions for them. Here are the things we’re hoping to learn from E3 2019.

New versions of the Nintendo Switch console

One of the things we were most excited to hear about at E3 were the two new Switch versions Nintendo is rumored to be working on. The Nintendo Switch Mini, a supposedly cheaper version of the Switch, has garnered a lot of attention in particular. Unfortunately, we…

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Get the whole family in on the fun with a Nintendo Account Family Group

If your whole family is using your Nintendo Switch and they want to take advantage of Nintendo Switch Online, you have two options. You could always have each family members have their own account, or you can create a family group of accounts and save on the cost by getting a family membership for Nintendo Switch Online. Here’s how you create a family group with your Nintendo switch accounts so you can start saving money!

Products used in this guide

Amazon: Nintendo Switch ($299)
Create Nintendo Accounts for each family member first

The point of a Family Group is to bring together everyone’s Nintendo Account under one subscription. Make sure each family member that wants to join in has a Nintendo Account before you create a joined Family Group.

How to send an invitation to join your Family Group

You’ll be creating a family group from your Nintendo Account page online.

Before you start, make sure you know the email address for each person that you want to add to the group.


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