Get a lifetime premium subscription to Disconnect for $41

Get a lifetime premium subscription to Disconnect for $41

Are you getting tired of web tracking? Trackers are everywhere and are often used to display ads specific to your location or interests, but they're also being used for worse purposes. Disconnect is a service designed not only to block trackers and malware on your devices, but also acts as a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to block your location and encrypt your internet connection. Today's deal gives you a lifetime premium subscription to Disconnect for $41 (one-year and three year subscriptions are also available). 

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Apple patent filing involves a method to better track exercise performance

Apple patent filing involves a method to better track exercise performance

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20180133573) for an “integrated media jukebox and physiologic data handling application.” Though it sounds like it involves music (and it does, pertaining to workout playlists), it also involves methods for tracking exercise performance with interaction between an Apple Watch and a Mac or iPad.

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Apple warns developers that CallKit-enabled apps will be removed from its online iOS app store

Apple warns developers that CallKit-enabled apps will be removed from its online iOS app store

Apple has taken new action against app developers in order to comply with new cybersecurity laws in China. According to SlashGear, the tech giant has started warning iOS developers that any apps using Apple’s CallKit will be pulled from the Chinese App Store unless they remove the framework’s integration. 

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Apple World Today News Update: May 18, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: May 18, 2018

After a week off on a nice relaxing vacation, Steve's back with a jumbo-sized Apple World Today News Update podcast. Today we talk about privacy, a building resembling a huge iPod on a dock, and the goals of the nascent Developers Union:

  • Apple collects surprisingly little personal information on its customers, according to a ZDNet reporter who compared the small amount of mostly anonymous data collected on him by Apple to the huge files sent to him by Facebook, Google and Twitter

  • A new 24-story apartment building in Dubai is opening later this year. The design, which began in 2006 when iPods were the hot Apple product, resembles an iPod leaning on its charging and syncing dock

  • Developers who want more of a cut from Apple than the 70% of sales they already get are forming a "Developers Union". They also want Apple to allow free trial offers for any app.

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It's back! The Pay What You Want deal on The Complete iOS Developer Bundle

It's back! The Pay What You Want deal on The Complete iOS Developer Bundle

One of our best-selling deals from 2017 is back -- the Pay What You Want: The Complete iOS Developer Bundle lets you pay what you want for 37 hours of online training so you can become an iOS developer. There's never been a better time to learn iOS development skills, and if you're looking for a new career opportunity as an in-demand developer, you will need training. 

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