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The HomePod May Damage Your Wooden Furniture

When you’re thinking about where you’re going to locate your sleek new HomePod, think twice about putting it on a wooden surface. The HomePod’s vibration-dampening silicone base can react with oiled wood surfaces, leaving unsightly rings. Learn how to avoid the problem or clean it up if your table has already been marked.

 
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PDF Problems Continue in 10.12.4, but Primarily Affect Developers

Apple Releases macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2

iOS 10.3 Adds New File System, Find My AirPods, and More

How to Identify High-Performance GPU Apps on the MacBook Pro

 

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