iOS 17.4 Beta Lets Apple Cash Users Generate Virtual Card Numbers

Later next month, iPhone owners running iOS 17.4 will be able to generate a virtual card number for spending Apple Cash when Apple Pay isn’t an online option, according to reports from Reddit users running the latest iOS 17.4 beta (via 9to5Mac). An Apple Cash pre-paid card allows users to send peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments […]

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iMessage for Android App ‘Beeper Mini’ is Back, Apple ID Sign In Now Required and Phone Numbers Don’t Work

After Apple shut down the mechanism that Android app Beeper Mini was using to bring iMessage to Android users, Beeper Mini’s developers today said that they have found a way to bring the app back, albeit with some major changes. The new version of the app requires users to sign in with an Apple ID, […]

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Signal Tests Sharing Public Usernames in Place of Phone Numbers

Encrypted messaging app Signal has announced it is testing public account usernames so that users don’t have to share their phone number to connect through the service. Currently, signing up to Signal requires that you share your phone number with other users when connecting with them. While the new method still requires an account to […]

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WhatsApp beta for Windows now lets you message unsaved numbers

Among the numerous new features and user experience improvements WhatsApp has received over the last few months was one that finally made it possible for users to send messages to phone numbers without having to save them as a contact. Not being able to do so had been a long-standing nuisance for WhatsApp users. Users […]

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Exynos 2400 performance numbers revealed by Galaxy S24+ benchmark

The Exynos-powered Galaxy S24+ is following in the footsteps of the Snapdragon-driven S24 Ultra, and it’s hitting online performance benchmarks as we speak. The S24+ carrying model number SM-S926B has hit Geekbench, and as you might expect if you’ve followed the rumors, the “B” variant relies on a new in-house Exynos chip. This gives us […]

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Galaxy S24 Ultra Snapdragon performance numbers finally revealed!

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to exclusively use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor worldwide. While the chipset is yet to be unveiled, we may have the first look at its performance in CPU-bound tasks, thanks to the USA variant of the Galaxy S24 Ultra that was spotted in Geekbench’s database. Galaxy S24 Ultra […]

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Apple Updates Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma

Apple today updated its suite of iWork apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, adding new features to Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. On the ‌iPhone‌ and the ‌iPad‌, the three iWork apps now support 3D objects in the USDZ file format. Apple says that these can be added to documents to “bring new dimensions” to […]

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The Lawlessness of Large Numbers

The original version of this story appeared in Quanta Magazine. So far this year, Quanta has chronicled three major advances in Ramsey theory, the study of how to avoid creating mathematical patterns. The first result put a new cap on how big a set of integers can be without containing three evenly spaced numbers, like […]

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Netflix Password Sharing Crackdown Works, U.S. Subscriber Numbers Soar

Netflix in May started cracking down on password sharing in the United States, and the decision has worked in the company’s favor, according to subscriber data shared today by analytics company Antenna (via The Wall Street Journal). Just after putting an end to multi-household password sharing in the United States, average daily signups to Netflix […]

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Pages, Numbers, and Keynote Apps for iPad Now Support Apple Pencil Hover

Apple today updated its Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps for iPad with Apple Pencil hover support. Apple says this feature “makes it easy to navigate, write, sketch, and illustrate with greater precision” on the latest 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The latest iPad Pro models can detect the second-generation Apple Pencil while it hovers up […]

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Le survol de l’Apple Pencil arrive sur Keynote, Pages et Numbers ! – Mac4Ever

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The Fibonacci Numbers Hiding in Strange Spaces

McDuff and Schlenk had been trying to figure out when they could fit a symplectic ellipsoid—an elongated blob—inside a ball. This type of problem, known as an embedding problem, is pretty easy in Euclidean geometry, where shapes don’t bend at all. It’s also straightforward in other subfields of geometry, where shapes can bend as much […]

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Apple Updates Pages, Numbers, and Keynote With New iOS 16 and macOS Ventura Features

Tuesday October 25, 2022 8:56 am PDT by Sami Fathi Apple today updated its suite of iWork apps, including Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for macOS, iOS, and iPadOS, with support for new features. In the latest version of Pages, Keynotes, and Numbers Apple has added support for easily sharing documents with co-workers through Messages and […]

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Apple to Transition to Longer Serial Numbers for Repair Parts in October

Apple will begin to use a new and longer serial number format for iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and other product repair parts starting October 1, a few weeks following the expected launch of the new iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, and other new products. In a memo obtained by MacRumors, Apple is informing authorized […]

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Galaxy S23 Ultra’s model numbers and codename have leaked

We are just a few hours away from the official unveiling of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Since both phones have leaked entirely, the focus of the leaksters has now shifted over to Samsung’s next flagship already. The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s codename and model numbers have been leaked, courtesy of tipster Paras Guglani (via […]

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How to read and understand Samsung firmware numbers

Samsung is the best brand for customers who care about firmware updates. For several reasons. One is that Galaxy smartphones receive more Android OS upgrades than any other brand, including Google Pixel. The other is that Samsung is usually the first OEM to release new security patches, even ahead of Google. Samsung also provides the […]

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Apple Updates Pages, Numbers, and Keynote With New Features

Apple today updated its iWork suite of apps, introducing new features for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on both iOS devices and Mac. These are minor version 12.1 updates, and each app has received a few new features, as outlined below. Keynote The Keynote apps for Mac, iPhone, and iPad include an option to add subtle […]

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Apple Updates Pages, Numbers, and Keynote With New Features for iOS 15 and macOS Monterey

Apple today updated its iWork suite of apps with new features, including some that are limited to iOS 15 and macOS Monterey. This includes updates to the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps across the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The latest versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for Mac let you instantly translate selected text in […]

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Apple Updates iWork for iOS and macOS With New Linking Features and More

Apple today updated its suite of iWork apps, including Pages, Keynotes, and Numbers for iOS and macOS, with new features related to Schoolwork and the ability to link web pages, email addresses, and phone numbers to different shapes and objects. For Pages and Numbers on iOS and macOS, the updates include the ability for users […]

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Apple Updates iWork Apps for iOS With Support for Scribble, New Image Picker, Editable Shapes and More

Apple today updated its iWork apps designed for iOS devices, introducing new iOS 14 features and support for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. All three of the apps now support the Scribble feature that was introduced in iPadOS 14, allowing Apple Pencil owners to handwrite anywhere in any text field within the iWork apps, with the […]

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