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An Adobe Creative Cloud update released this morning could have deleted important files from your computer. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/12/adobe-bug-deletes-hidden-folders/
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This is such a basic coding error (and I can't emphasize this enough) one has to question a) what level of experience the current flock of Adobe coders have, b) was the QA team all out to lunch or just bypassed (it happens), c) just how much beta testing was done and d) who was managing this update project.
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Check out our deals roundup for ultra low prices on the Retina MacBook ($300 off), Apple Watch ($100 off), iPad Air 2 ($100 off), and iPad mini 4 ($100 off).

 http://www.macrumors.com/roundup/best-apple-deals/
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You can win an AyeGear Travel Vest in this week's giveaway. It can hold an iPad, a Retina MacBook, an iPhone, and tons more in its 26 pockets. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/12/macrumors-giveaway-ayegear-tech-vest/ 
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Trying to keep a straight face on anyone that would wear this shit
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Apple is likely to wait until 2017 and the "iPhone 7s" to introduce noise-canceling headphones, according to a Barclays analyst report posted today. In the report, analysts Blayne Curtis and Christopher Hemmelgarn believe that 2016's iPhone 7 will include a Lightning-equipped headphone accessory, with the "potential" for a dynamic noise-canceling system to be introduced next year. The analysts believe Apple will use a basic digital codec in 2016, allowing the company to introduce Lightning-connected headphones later in the year. This move will prepare Apple for the possibility of including Cirrus Logic's (an Apple audio supplier) more advanced noise-cancellation smart codec in 2017, which requires a digital codec to be installed in the first place. We still believe there is potential for AAPL to add ANC in the IP7S but believe AAPL is including just the digital headphone in the IP7 this year. Recent speculation surrounding the elimination of the headphone jack in the IP7 is consistent with this move as AAPL will need to provide a digital headset inbox but likely was not willing to spend the extra cost for the ANC functionality. Rumors surrounding the exclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack in the iPhone 7 began earlier in the year, although it was unclear whether the accessory would ship in the box or be sold as a separate purchase under the Beats by Dre brand. According to the analysts in today's report, the 3.5mm headphone jack will be replaced by another speaker thanks to an additional amp also provided by Cirrus Logic. Other rumors have suggested that Apple is preparing a Bluetooth solution for an upcoming iPhone line, similar in vein to the Bragi Dash headphones, which are finally beginning to ship out to early pre-order customers after over a year of waiting. The headphones would be completely wireless, with two separate pods that require regular charging. Related Roundup: iPhone 7 Discuss this article in our forums
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B&H Photo has begun offering a significant $300 discount on 12-inch MacBook models for a limited time. The deal is applicable to both 256 GB and 512 GB models in all three color options, making this the cheapest price we've seen for the 512 GB models. The deal expires on February 15, 2016. - 1.1 GHz 256 GB MaBook, regularly $1,249 - discounted to $999. - 1.3 GHz 256 GB MacBook, regularly $1,499 - discounted to $1,199. - 1.3 GHz 256 GB Gold MacBook, regularly $1,549 - discounted to $1,249. - 1.2 GHz 512 GB MacBook, regularly $1,599 - discounted to $1,299. - 1.3 GHz 512 GB MacBook, regularly $1,749 - discounted to $1,449. The 12-inch MacBook is Apple's newest entry into its laptop line. As the MacBook approaches the end of its cycle it's likely it'll see a refresh soon, making additional deals from sellers possible over the course of the next couple of months. Additional deals for the MacBooks and other Apple devices are available in the MacRumors Deals Guide. MacRumors is an affiliate partner of B&H Photo Related Roundup: Apple Deals Tags: deals, B&H Photo Discuss this article in our forums
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Apple is facing another patent infringement lawsuit, this time over the haptic feedback systems used in devices like the Apple Watch and the iPhone 6s. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/11/immersion-haptic-feedback-apple-lawsuit/
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If you bought a MacBook or standalone USB-C MacBook charge cable between April and June of 2015, your cable may be faulty and you're eligible for a replacement. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/12/macbook-usb-c-cable-replacement-program/
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Apple execs Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi sat down with John Gruber on The Talk Show, where they answered to accusations Apple's software isn't up to snuff and said a new version of iTunes is coming with OS X 10.11.4. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/12/eddy-cue-craig-federighi-bloated-software/
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The iPhone 5se and the iPad Air 3 will debut on Tuesday, March 15 and will be available in stores on Friday, March 18.

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/12/ipad-air-3-iphone-5se-march-18/
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Athletic apparel company ASICS today acquired popular running app Runkeeper for an undisclosed amount of money. Runkeeper founder Jason Jacobs announced the news in a blog post on Medium, in which he promised that the merger of a "digital fitness platform and world class physical products" will be one that should benefit fans of both companies. Partnering with ASICS to fulfill this vision together makes a ton of sense. We both have deep roots in and focus on running as a core component of the fitness experience. There is strong alignment between our brands and core values. And from people using our Shoe Tracker feature in the app, we know that ASICS shoes are by far the ones that Runkeeper users run in the most! Jacobs promised that Runkeeper users won't see many changes to the core app experience due to the acquisition, but thanks to ASICS' resources, the app should be able to expand and grow at a faster rate. The specifics of the integration into physical products for the two companies has not yet been disclosed, but an automatic run-tracking shoe seems to be in the cards with Runkeeper's mentioning of the popularity of ASICS shoes among its users. Runkeeper offers a free experience, but power users can spend $9.95 on a more premium version of the service. Last summer, Runkeeper announced that it cut 30 percent of its staff to shift focus "from purely attracting lots of users to wringing more revenue from those users," which ASICS' acquisition should help contribute to as well. Fitness clothing companies have been making acquisitions in the digital space for a while now, in the last year alone Under Armour purchased MyFitnessPal and Adidas purchased Runtastic. One of the first technical integrations of digital fitness into a wearable was the Nike+ step counter, which you could insert into a tennis shoe to sync with the company's running app. Runkeeper is available to download from the App Store for free. [Direct Link] Tags: Asics, Runkeeper Discuss this article in our forums
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Apple's being sued for bricking iOS devices that have had third-party repairs affecting Touch ID. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/11/apple-facing-error-53-class-action-lawsuit/
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I do not agree with this lawsuit but i know myself I have never broken an iphone YET...?? when ios 9 came out my cable I paid good money for, from BELKIN stopped working. now I needed that specific length cable due to the set up in my vehicle and APPLE did not make along enough cable,, Apple support basically told me to fuck off its an aftermarket part..  so I was left with at $30 cable that now didn't work because of an IOS update, I then had to have a mechanic move the plug in my vehicle to another location, and buy  OFFICIAL APPLE PLUG  so a simple ios update cost me over 200$ in labor and parts just  to be able to use my phone in my vehicle.. 
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Following rumors Apple is working on virtual reality headset prototypes, Google is said to be developing its own standalone VR headset. 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/11/google-developing-standalone-vr-headset/
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