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  • Apple Pay Launches in Germany December 11, 2018
    Apple Pay made its long-awaited debut in Germany this evening, allowing iPhone and Apple Watch users in the country to finally take advantage of the contactless mobile payments service if their card issuer supports it. At launch, Apple Pay partners in Germany include American Express, Deutsche Bank, Hanseatic Bank, HypoVereinsbank, Edenred, Comdirect, Fidor Bank, and […]
  • Samsung Kills Headphone Jack in Latest Smartphone After Years of Mocking Apple December 11, 2018
    Samsung today introduced its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A8s. It is Samsung's first smartphone with an Infinity-O display, which has a nearly edge-to-edge, uninterrupted design beyond a small hole for the front-facing camera. It is also Samsung's first smartphone without a headphone jack, much to the amusement of iPhone users, as Samsung has mocked Apple […]
  • Epic Games Removes 'Infinity Blade' Trilogy From App Store December 11, 2018
    Epic Games today announced that its Infinity Blade role-playing game trilogy has been removed from the App Store. In a blog post, the video game studio said "it has become increasingly difficult for our team to support the Infinity Blade series at a level that meets our standards," adding that the trilogy "will always hold […]
  • Hands-On With the iPhone XR Clear Case From Apple December 10, 2018
    It took nearly two months following the on-sale date for the iPhone XR, but Apple's highly anticipated clear case for the colorful device is now available. We're not entirely sure what the delay was in launching it, and it's currently the only first-party case available for the iPhone XR, so we went hands-on with the […]
  • Apple Seeds First Beta of iOS 12.1.2 to Developers With 'Bug Fixes and Improvements' December 10, 2018
    Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming iOS 12.1.2 update to developers, five days after releasing iOS 12.1.1, an update that introduced a revamped FaceTime layout, re-added Live Photos for FaceTime, and brought Haptic Touch for notifications on iPhone XR. Apple's release notes state that iOS 12.1.2 "contains bug fixes and improvements," so […]
  • Apple Pay Will Reportedly Launch in Germany This Week, Possibly Tomorrow December 10, 2018
    Apple Pay will make its long-awaited debut in Germany this week, according to German blog Macerkopf. The report, citing unnamed sources within German banking circles, says the launch will likely occur on Tuesday with mobile bank N26 and Comdirect expected to be among the initial participating issuers in the country. Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed […]
  • Green Monday Deals: Get Black Friday Prices on HomePod, iPad, Beats Headphones, and More Today Only December 10, 2018
    Today is Green Monday, an online shopping event that is similar to Cyber Monday, allowing customers another chance to buy gifts for the holidays at Black Friday prices and get their items shipped before Christmas. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, […]
  • Qualcomm Wins Import Ban on iPhone 6s Through iPhone X in China, Apple Says All iPhone Models Remain Available December 10, 2018
    CNBC and Reuters today report that the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court has granted Qualcomm an import ban on the iPhone 6s through iPhone X in China after the court found those devices violated two Qualcomm patents. This could result in those iPhone models being unavailable to purchase in China. However, in a statement issued to […]
  • Apple Still Mentioning AirPower in Job Listings December 10, 2018
    Apple continues to mention its unreleased wireless charging mat AirPower in recent job listings in the United States and New Zealand. The openings range from student co-op positions to hardware engineers on Apple's Wireless Power Technology team in its hometown of Cupertino, California as well as Auckland, New Zealand, where wireless charging company PowerbyProxi remains […]
  • Google Chrome Will Support Dark Mode in macOS Mojave by Early 2019 December 10, 2018
    Google released Chrome 71 earlier this week, but the latest version of the web browser still lacks support for Dark Mode on macOS Mojave. Fortunately, it appears that will change by early next year. Dark Mode in Canary, a developer build of Chrome As mentioned on Reddit, a Google developer recently submitted a code change […]
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