Mac Drag-and-Drop App ‘Yoink’ Gains Continuity Camera Support and New Shelf Actions

Popular Mac drag-and-drop app Yoink received a substantial update on Monday, adding a number of new features, as well as many smaller improvements.

For those unfamiliar with the app, Yoink aims to simplify the action of dragging and dropping files and app-content on the macOS desktop by providing a temporary place for files to be dragged to. Yoink fades in when you start a drag – either with files from Finder or app-content, like an image from a website – offering you a temporary place for your dragged files.
With your files temporarily docked in the Yoink pane and…

Mac Drag-and-Drop App ‘Yoink’ Gains Continuity Camera Support and New Shelf Actions

Alleged iPhone XI and XI Max Molds Show Triple Camera Layout

SlashLeaks posts an image that is alleged to be iPhone XI and XI Max molds for 3rd party case production.

These physical molds are presumably produced by case manufacturers based on leaked schematics to test early cases for the upcoming 2019 iPhones.
The front design is also shown on a Weibo post which may have been the original source for the images:

The square grouping of the triple-camera is consistent with other rumors and images that have leaked from the supply chain regarding Apple’s upcoming iPhones. Related Roundup: 2019 iPhonesThis article, "Alleged iPhone XI and XI Max Molds Show Triple…

Alleged iPhone XI and XI Max Molds Show Triple Camera Layout

Multiple Reviewers Facing Broken Galaxy Fold Devices After Just Days of Use

Samsung this week provided reviewers with Galaxy Fold devices for some hands-on time, and it appears the folding smartphone may be suffering from some serious flaws. Three of the reviewers who received a Galaxy Fold have already experienced failures, all of which focus on the display.

The Verge’s Dieter Bohn says that his Galaxy Fold device broke after a random bulge appeared on the display, perhaps from a piece of debris that had gotten into the hinge. The debris, or whatever the bulge was, pressed into the display hard enough to break it.

Broken Galaxy Fold OLED display via The Verge

Bohn…

Multiple Reviewers Facing Broken Galaxy Fold Devices After Just Days of Use

Apple Notifying WWDC 2019 Scholarship Winners

Every year, Apple provides free scholarships to students and STEM organization members who don’t have the $1,599 necessary to purchase a ticket to the Worldwide Developers Conference.

For Apple’s 2019 WWDC event, scholarship applications were accepted from March 14 to March 24, with Apple promising to notify winners on April 15. April 15 has rolled around and emails are going out to those who were chosen to receive a scholarship now that Apple has reviewed the submissions.

Apple is offering 350 scholarships in total, which will include a WWDC ticket, free lodging, and a one-year membership to the Apple Developer Program.

Apple Notifying WWDC 2019 Scholarship Winners

Disney CEO Bob Iger Staying on Apple’s Board, Will ‘Continue to Monitor’ Situation

Disney CEO Bob Iger has sat down with CNBC’s David Faber to discuss a wide range of topics, including the company’s upcoming streaming service Disney+ and how that will impact his position on Apple’s board of directors.

Despite the fact that Disney+ will compete with Apple’s upcoming TV+ streaming service, Iger said the business of direct-to-consumer television or movies is “still very small” to Apple. At this point, Iger doesn’t believe the situation is “problematic,” but said it is one he will “continue to monitor.”

Transcript via CNBC:DAVID FABER: The Apple board. It’s another thing I just was curious about. Can…

Disney CEO Bob Iger Staying on Apple’s Board, Will ‘Continue to Monitor’ Situation

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Portable Honda 290 Power Station for Charging All Your Devices From Jackery

For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Jackery to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Honda 290 Power Station, which provides 292Wh of power for camping, emergencies, outdoor activities, and more.

The HLS 290 Portable Power Station is a Honda licensed product that’s been designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind, but it’s also super useful to have on hand for power outages.

Priced at $350 on Amazon, the HLS 290 is one of Jackery’s largest portable power stations, equipped with two USB-A ports for charging iOS devices and other small electronics, an AC port for charging a laptop…

MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Portable Honda 290 Power Station for Charging All Your Devices From Jackery

Deals: Save on 2017 iMac and MacBook Pro (Up to $400 Off), and Get HomePod for $280

New discounts on a variety of Apple products have hit some of the major retailers this week, including sales on HomePod and the older 2017 models of the iMac and MacBook Pro.
HomePod

For the HomePod, Costco is now providing its members a chance to save even further on the recently discounted smart speaker, priced at $279.99 in Costco retail stores, down from $299.00 on Apple’s website and all other major retailers at the moment.
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Deals: Save on 2017 iMac and MacBook Pro (Up to $400 Off), and Get HomePod for $280

Apple Shares Short Ad Highlighting Apple Watch Bands

Apple today added to its collection of Apple Watch Series 4 ads with a new short video highlighting its selection of Apple Watch bands, which come in many varieties including the Sport Band, Sport Loop, Milanese Loop, Modern Buckle, Hermès, and more.

Apple Watch Series 4 is completely redesigned. And now you can give it a fresh look with new bands in a variety of styles and colors.Apple has been promoting the Apple Watch Series 4 frequently in recent months, with a “Flight” ad and a series of tutorial videos.Tag: Apple adsThis article, "Apple Shares Short Ad Highlighting Apple Watch Bands"…

Apple Shares Short Ad Highlighting Apple Watch Bands

2019 iPhone Lineup Rumored to Include Two New OLED Models With Triple Lens Cameras

In a fresh twist on recent iPhone rumors, Japanese tech blog Mac Otakara today reported that Apple plans to launch two entirely new 2019 iPhone models with triple-lens cameras, which would debut alongside internally updated versions of the current iPhone XR/XS/XS Max lineup.

Citing reliable sources in the Chinese supply chain, the report claims that the two new iPhone models would come with 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays and the previously heavily rumored triple-lens camera system.

The report goes on to suggest the two new models will have a thicker body to compensate for the larger camera module, so the 6.1-inch…

2019 iPhone Lineup Rumored to Include Two New OLED Models With Triple Lens Cameras

Netflix App for iOS No Longer Supports AirPlay Because of ‘Technical Limitations’ [Updated With Netflix Statement]

The Netflix app for iPhone and iPad no longer appears to support AirPlay, based on an updated support document found on the Netflix website.

According to Netflix, AirPlay is no longer supported on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch due to “technical limitations.” There are no details from Netflix on what those technical limitations might be.

Several MacRumors readers have attempted to use AirPlay with the Netflix app over the course of the last few days and have run into issues doing so from the Netflix app.

AirPlay can still be initiated using the Control Center on an iOS device, but when…

Netflix App for iOS No Longer Supports AirPlay Because of ‘Technical Limitations’ [Updated With Netflix Statement]

Skype Doubles Group Call Limit to 50, Overtakes FaceTime’s Max of 32

Skype has increased the number of users that can be on the same audio or video group call to 50, up from the previous maximum of 25.

The bump up to 50 means bigger team chats and larger conference calls with speakers can take place, while full classes of students can participate in group calls.

The change also means Microsoft’s Skype now beats Apple’s FaceTime for the number of users that take part in a group call. FaceTime supports a maximum of 32 people.

In addition, Microsoft has made some changes to how larger Skype group calls start. Users now receive…

Skype Doubles Group Call Limit to 50, Overtakes FaceTime’s Max of 32

Adrian Perica Named Apple’s VP of Corporate Development

Apple this afternoon updated its Apple Leadership page to add Adrian Perica, who has been named the company’s vice president of Corporate Development.

In his role as VP of Corporate Development, Perica will be responsible for Apple’s mergers, acquisitions, and strategic investing efforts.

Perica, who has been with Apple since 2009, will be reporting directly to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Prior to joining Apple, Perica worked at Goldman Sachs and Deloitte Consulting.

Prior to being named Apple’s VP of Corporate Development, Perica was the head of mergers and acquisitions, responsible for the team that handles Apple’s acquisitions.This article, "Adrian Perica Named…

Adrian Perica Named Apple’s VP of Corporate Development

iPad mini 5 Teardown: A12 Bionic Processor With 3GB of RAM, Bluetooth 5, True Tone Sensors, and Same Battery Capacity

iFixit today shared a teardown of the new iPad mini, confirming specs and providing some additional details about the component parts of Apple’s smallest fifth-generation tablet, which is compatible with the first-gen Apple Pencil.

iFixit notes that the only exterior clue that distinguishes the new iPad mini from the earlier model is its model number, A2133, and the removal of regulatory markings on the back, which can now be found in software.

Inside, the new mini has an 8-megapixel rear camera and inherits the 7-megapixel ƒ/2.2 front-facing camera setup that first appeared in the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, offering a big step…

iPad mini 5 Teardown: A12 Bionic Processor With 3GB of RAM, Bluetooth 5, True Tone Sensors, and Same Battery Capacity

Best Alternatives to Apple’s Now-Canceled AirPower

Apple on Friday made the unprecedented move of canceling work on the AirPower, the wireless charging mat that was supposed to charge the Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods all at once.

There are already a number of AirPower-like alternative products on the market, and we’re likely going to be seeing additional replacements in the future. None of these accessories do exactly what the AirPower promised because there are dedicated spots to charge each device, but each option will charge more than one device at one time.

1. Nomad Base Station Apple Watch Edition ($139) – Nomad’s Apple Watch Base Station has…

Best Alternatives to Apple’s Now-Canceled AirPower

Hands-On With Apple’s New iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5

Apple last week surprised us with a brand new iPad in the iPad Air family and a new iPad mini 5, both of which are outfitted with Apple’s latest chip technology.

Both the iPad mini 5 and the iPad Air 3 began shipping out to customers, and, as of today, are available in stores. We picked up both tablets to give MacRumors readers a look at Apple’s new middle-tier iPads.

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Priced at $399 for the iPad mini and $499 for the iPad Air, Apple’s refreshed iPads are not as expensive as the iPad…

Hands-On With Apple’s New iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5

Expercom Discounts Apple’s New 2019 iMacs, Including Custom Configurations

Expercom has launched a new coupon code that’s discounting new models of the iMac, including standard configurations and configurations that Expercom has upgraded with additional RAM. Expercom offers custom-configured models with either standard Apple RAM or Expercom-branded RAM that can in some cases save you substantial amounts of money.

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To see the discounts, head to Expercom’s iMac section and browse to add one of Apple’s desktops to your cart. In the…

Expercom Discounts Apple’s New 2019 iMacs, Including Custom Configurations

Apple Shares Full Video of March ‘It’s Show Time’ Event on YouTube

If you missed Apple’s “It’s Show Time” event that took place at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time yesterday morning, or if you just want to rewatch, the event video is now available in its entirety on YouTube.

Apple’s March event focused on services, with the company introducing multiple new products, most of which are launching later in the year. Apple debuted Apple News+, Apple Card, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and a revamped Apple TV app.

Apple News+, the only service that’s available now, is designed to let Apple News readers sign up to access magazines and content from some paywalled news sites…

Apple Shares Full Video of March ‘It’s Show Time’ Event on YouTube

Apple Announces Original TV Streaming Service ‘Apple TV+’

Apple today announced its TV subscription service, Apple TV+, at the Steve Jobs Theater in California. This is the long-rumored service that will host Apple’s original television shows and films.

At the event, Apple showcased a video with production partners like Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams, who discussed their inspirations for the creative process behind making stories.Tag: March 2019 eventThis article, "Apple Announces Original TV Streaming Service 'Apple TV+'" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

Apple Announces Original TV Streaming Service ‘Apple TV+’

Apple ‘Netflix for Games’ Subscription Service May Be Shown Monday

A previously reported “Netflix for Games” subscription service that Apple has been working on may be shown at the Apple Event scheduled for Monday, March 25th.

Bloomberg reports that beyond Apple’s News and Video services which are expected to debut on Monday, Apple may be ready to unveil a similar gaming service.

Apple is also working on a premium games subscription for its App Store and discussing it with potential partners, according to people with knowledge of the plans. This service won’t take on new cloud-based streaming offerings like Google Stadia. Instead, it will focus on iPhones and iPads and bundle…

Apple ‘Netflix for Games’ Subscription Service May Be Shown Monday

Billie Eilish Breaks Apple Music Record for Most Users Pre-Adding Upcoming Album to Their Libraries

Artist Billie Eilish has achieved a new streaming milestone on Apple Music, breaking the service’s all-time record for users “pre-adding” an album to their libraries ahead of its release. According to Apple, Eilish’s upcoming album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” has earned more than 800,000 pre-adds on Apple Music ahead of the album’s launch on March 29 (via Music Business Worldwide).

By pre-adding an album, subscribers can save it in their Apple Music libraries and listen to any songs that may already be out for it. Then, when the full album is released Apple adds the entire…

Billie Eilish Breaks Apple Music Record for Most Users Pre-Adding Upcoming Album to Their Libraries