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Princeton Macintosh Users' Group
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The oldest Mac Users' Group in New Jersey. Founded 1984.
The oldest Mac Users' Group in New Jersey. Founded 1984.

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I enjoyed reading the Washington Post Tim Cook interview. The interview was wide in scope and really gives you a window into the mind of Apple's CEO. I recommend it. One section that raised my eyebrows was the discussion of security and privacy. This…

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It started as rumbles and turned into solid rumors. Now, with the report from Bloomberg by Mark Gurman that the next iPhone won’t have a headphone jack, it seems like a sure thing. The standard audio plug that’s been around for decades (and in every Mac,…

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Om Malik: I think Gruber is missing the point — attending a game when a division you are responsible for is down for six hours is a clear lack of empathy for the customers, and also is a sign that standards are falling of what used to be an Apple Standard…

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Today I received a pleasant surprise when Google issued an update to Google Docs and Google Sheets finally enabling split screen.In this case the "finally" term is merited. Apple first announced split screen in June 2015. It took Google 14 months to…

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Mark Gurman, writing at Bloomberg: The new top-of-the-line MacBook Pros will be slightly thinner than the current models but are not tapered like the MacBook Air and latest 12-inch MacBook, one of the people said. The new MacBook Pros have a smaller…

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Thomas Ricker, writing for The Verge: “I’d prefer ‘good enough’ wireless earbuds included with the iPhone,” says Gruber, “and ‘amazing’ headphones as the upsell product.” Same, but that doesn’t mean it’s economically viable for Apple to do it. When I…

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Everyone knows the MacBook Pro has languished. Apple has focused less on its portable option for power users in recent years and more on iPads, of which there are now two Pro models. But many, many people still rely on the MacBook Pro to get work done,…

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Mark Gurman: The updated notebooks will be thinner, include a touch screen strip for function keys, and will be offered with more powerful and efficient graphics processors for expert users such as video gamers, said the people, who asked not to be named.…

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Apple engineer Ivan Krstić spoke on far more than Apple’s new bug bounty program at the Black Hat security conference, and delved into the inner workings of iOS hardware and software security features both in iOS 9 and the forthcoming iOS 10.Security is…

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Wow. I’ve been doing a podcast for more than 22 years. I didn’t realize I had started so soon after the web went online.∞ Read this on The Loop
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