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73% off amFilm Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 7/6/6s (2-Pack) - Deal Alert

MacWorld - 5 hours 43 min ago

These Amazon best-selling screen protectors from amFilm are specifically designed for iPhone 7, 6S, and 6. Ultra thin-0.3mm thickness is reliable and resiliant, and promises full compatibility with touchscreen sensitivity. Also ultra-clear with 99.9% transparency to allow an optimal, natural viewing experience. Highly durable and scratch resistant/chip resistant, this strong protector will guarantee your cell phone the best protection against drops, bumps, scratches and normal wear and tear. Over 8,200 reviewers on Amazon give this item an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars (read reviews). Amazon indicates that its list price has been dramatically reduced to just $8, and for that price you will receive 2 glass Screen Protector, wet/dry wipes, squeeze card, installation guide and dust removal stickers. See the discounted screen protectors on Amazon.

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Best Bluetooth speakers

MacWorld - 5 hours 49 min ago

There was a time when Bluetooth speakers were like jelly beans: They were cheap, they all looked the same, and they were invariably of dubious quality. Times have changed. Every major audio manufacturer has at least one model on the market today, and most have several. If you haven’t listened to a Bluetooth speaker lately, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise. While today's addition of the Libratone One Click doesn't change our overall rankings, we certainly welcome it to the I'm-not-a-jelly-bean troop.

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57% off Anker Quick Charge 3.0 39W Dual USB Car Charger - Deal Alert

MacWorld - 5 hours 51 min ago

Dual ports pump out 39W of power to simultaneously charge power-hungry USB devices at full speed. Charge compatible devices up to 80% in just 35 minutes with Quick Charge 3.0. Patented PowerIQ and VoltageBoost deliver high-speed charging to non-Quick Charge devices. Anker's Quick Charge Dual USB Car Charger is discounted right now to just $25.99. See this deal now on Amazon.

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Put a lid on it: Over-the-top Apple Store criticism

MacWorld - 6 hours 9 min ago

Of all the things we could be arguing over, the design of a retail store seems like it’s probably not worth throwing a ridiculous fit over but… here we are.

Over at Gizmodo, Sophie Kleeman says “Apple Unveils World's Least Portable Laptop.” (Tip o’ the antlers to Tay Bass.)

You can say a lot about Apple…

Like, ham salad the banana scooter. See? You can say things about Apple and they don’t even have to make sense. It’s what makes tech coverage go ‘round.

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How to use two-factor authentication for your Apple account without using an Apple device

MacWorld - 7 hours 24 min ago

Here’s a question we don’t receive often at Macworld, but it’s one to ponder. Rajeevan asks:

I don’t own an Apple device currently, and I am operating my Apple account and mail from a Windows computer. Now how can I enable two-factor authentication from my Windows 10 computer and generate an app-specific password?

This question likely popped up because of Apple’s decision to end third-party access to calendars, contacts, and email without using two-factor authentication (2FA) for your Apple ID/iCloud account and generating an app-specific password. You can read a column from May for more details.

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VeraPlus Advanced Home Controller review: This expensive hub fails to deliver

MacWorld - 8 hours 9 min ago
We can’t recommend this smart home hub to users with any level of experience.

Become an expert at Safari for iOS with these 8 tips and tricks

MacWorld - 8 hours 39 min ago

You probably already know how to search the web from Safari’s address bar on your iPhone, or which button enables the handy Reader mode. But for every Safari feature you think you’ve mastered, another is hiding in plain sight.

For example, there’s an easy way to search the current page in Safari, as well as customize how Reader mode looks and feels. You can also nix that listing of frequently visited sites, perform Spotlight searches without leaving Safari, save a page as a PDF, and even close an open Safari tab on another of your iOS devices. Read on for more of our favorite Safari tips. 

Hide frequently visited websites

As you’re browsing, Safari for iOS keeps track of the websites you visit the most and puts them in a Frequently Visited panel just beneath your web favorites, which you can access by tapping the address bar.

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Libratone One Click Bluetooth speaker review: Fun design and very good sound

MacWorld - 9 hours 9 min ago
Swappable accessories make it easy to take the music with you.

TCL P-series Roku smart TV review: Dolby Vision hits the mainstream

MacWorld - 9 hours 9 min ago
Support for Dolby Vision elevates the TCP 55P607's image chops.

From the home to the car, here’s how the iPhone will influence the next 10 years

MacWorld - 9 hours 9 min ago

When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone at Macworld San Francisco in 2007, the sales pitch was simple yet tantalizing: a revolutionary mobile phone, a breakthrough Internet communicator, and a widescreen iPod with touch controls. When we finally got our hands on one months later, we realized it was much, much more than that.

It’s been 10 years since I switched from the Motorola RAZR to the iPhone, and it’s hard to remember how I ever got along without it. It’s not hyperbole to say the device that inspired as many imitators as innovators has had as much of an impact on our lives as the television or the automobile.

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