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TidBITS#1364/10-Apr-2017

Apple issued a rare mea culpa last week, all but calling the 2013 Mac Pro a mistake, dropping prices on that model by $1000, and promising a new Mac Pro in the coming years. If Verizon is your home ISP, pay attention, because the company will soon be dropping its email service for customers; Josh Centers offers some suggestions for switching. Michael Cohen looks at the TextExpander subscription service a year in; despite the initial controversy, it seems to be panning out well. Adam Engst explores the mystery of which key you should press in macOS 10.12 Sierra to reveal the Library folder in the Finder’s Go menu. Lastly, in our latest DealBITS drawing, you could win a copy of Letter Opener for macOS Mail, which automatically decodes those annoying winmail.dat files from Windows users. The only notable software release this week was OmniOutliner Essentials and Pro 5.0.1.

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Verizon to Drop Email Service

Verizon’s ISP business is dropping email service for its customers. You have the option of retaining your verizon.net email address, but there’s a catch. Josh Centers helps you explore your options.

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ExtraBITS for 10 April 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, AT&T is using HBO as a carrot to lure more TV and cellular subscribers, YouTube is rolling out its own TV service, Comcast is entering the cellular market, and developer Panic voices concerns about the market for professional-grade iOS software.