Apple World Today Video Review: IK Multimedia iRig Recorder 3

Apple World Today Video Review: IK Multimedia iRig Recorder 3

Last week, we took a look at the IK Multimedia iRig Studio Mic, a compact microphone made especially for recording sound from iPad or iPhone. The mic received a five-star rating (the top rating we give in reviews), so I was looking forward to reviewing the latest version of software designed just for the mic -- IK Multimedia iRig Recorder 3 for iOS ($7.99 plus in-app purchases). 

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Apple says ‘no’ to developers pushing the word ‘free’ in app names, screenshots

Apple says ‘no’ to developers pushing the word ‘free’ in app names, screenshots

Apple’s iTunes Connect service is now blocking submissions to Apple’s app stores when app metadata includes pricing information in an effort to stop developers from touting the price of their applications in app names and screenshots, according to VentureBeat.

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Get this great deal on the Digiarty MacX Media Management Bundle

Get this great deal on the Digiarty MacX Media Management Bundle

Back in the good old days when Apple included an optical media drive (usually the SuperDrive) with each Mac, there were tools available from the company that were pretty decent for burning or ripping DVDs. Well, those days are gone, but if you still have a need to handle video files of any sort, then this deal is for you. We have three of Digiarty's amazing MacX Media Management tools available as a $19.99 bundle.

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BoostEngine Portable Car Jump Starter can charge my iPhone, but not my truck

BoostEngine Portable Car Jump Starter can charge my iPhone, but not my truck

iClever’s $65 BoostEngine Portable Car Jump Starter is described as a “powerful, compact power bank with the ability to jump start dead car batteries and charge phones, cameras and other devices.” The problem is that it wouldn’t jump start my vehicle.

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AWT News Update: March 28, 2017

AWT News Update: March 28, 2017

More updates after the updates, a security whitepaper, and a great way to start weeding out 32-bit iOS apps:

  • One day after swamping the internet with OS updates, Apple releases developer betas of new updates to its operating systems
  • Want to know what makes Apple device security so good? There's a whitepaper that just got published that gives the details on how they do it
  • 32-bit apps are going away later this year. Here's how to start getting them off of your iOS devices
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AWT Video Tip: Enabling low-power mode and tracking battery usage in iOS 10

AWT Video Tip: Enabling low-power mode and tracking battery usage in iOS 10

Nothing is more irritating than to run out of battery power on your iPhone when you're away from a power outlet and don't have an external battery pack. Today, I'll show you how to enable low-power mode to give your iPhone extra battery life, as well as how to monitor battery usage to see which apps are using the most.

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