Tuesday’s best deals include a new Logitech Amazon Gold Box from $16, plus Apple’s official iPhone cases start at $20. You can also save on the 512GB iPhone XS at $600. Hit the jump for all that and more.
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Today PolarPro launched its LiteChaser Pro photo and video kits for the iPhone 11 with special introductory pre-order pricing. The kits feature a specialized case that can accommodate a detachable grip, along with either a circular polarizer or variable ND filter.
If you currently use or aspire to use your iPhone for serious photography or videography, then these kits might come in handy. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…
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Apple today is releasing watchOS 6.1.3 to the public with bug fixes and improvements. The update includes a fix for an issue that prevented the irregular heart rhythm notification from working as expected for Apple Watch owners in Iceland.
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Launch Center Pro has become a powerful utility that allows users to create simple shortcuts that speed up everyday tasks. Last year, the app added an all-new Icon Composer for Home screen customization, and an update today takes that feature to the next level.
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Apple warned investors yesterday that it won’t hit its Q2 2020 revenue guidance due to the ongoing effects of the coronavirus outbreak in China. Now, a new report from Nikkei says that Apple will “likely miss its schedule” for mass production of the low-cost iPhone 9.
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HQ Trivia made a name for itself with live trivia games offering real cash prizes, but over the last year, interest in the app has sharply declined. Now, the company has announced that it is shutting down and ceasing all operations. [Update: Or not…]
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First Alert is rolling out HomeKit support to its Onelink Safe and Sound smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm. With its built-in speaker, the Onelink Safe and Sound can now integrate with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac using AirPlay 2 playback.
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Alto’s Odyssey is the successor to the popular game Alto’s Adventure, and it launched on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV in February of 2018. Today, however, Alto’s Odyssey has expanded to the Mac and is now available through the Mac App Store.
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Last night, Apple released a statement warning investors that it would miss its quarterly revenue guidance, making it the second revenue warning in only two years. Apple said that business outside of China was strong, but production bottlenecks would affect worldwide supply and domestic Chinese demand was also down.
Bloomberg says that Apple has been readying the lower-cost ‘iPhone SE 2’, which will resemble an iPhone 8 with an A13 chip inside, despite coronavirus disruption to factories. The publication believes the device is still on track to launch in March.
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