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#1432: New iPhone and iOS 12 announcement, AirPort Express gets AirPlay 2, cheaper digital movies, Arlo Baby Cam review

Get ready for the latest and greatest! Apple has scheduled a special event for September 12th, undoubtedly to reveal new iPhones and a ship date for iOS 12. The company also released a firmware update to the AirPort Express base station to give it AirPlay 2 capabilities. Also in this issue, Josh Centers looks at how the Movies Anywhere service lets you shop around for the best deal on digital movies, and Julio Ojeda-Zapata reviews the Arlo Baby Cam, which promises HomeKit compatibility in a security camera. Notable Mac app releases this week include macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Supplemental Update 2 for MacBook Pro (2018), BusyCal 3.4.1, SpamSieve 2.9.32, 1Password 7.1.1, Panorama X 10.1.1, and Airfoil 5.8.2.

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BusyCal 3.4.1 No comments

BusyCal 3.4.1

Updates the calendar app with improvements and bug fixes. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.7 MB)

1Password 7.1.1 No comments

1Password 7.1.1

Brings under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes to the password manager. ($64.99 new, free update, 44.3 MB)

Panorama X 10.1.1 No comments

Panorama X 10.1.1

Adds a Relational Workshop wizard, Adjusting Object Spacing dialog, Select Duplicates dialog, and Hotkey Workshop, plus bug fixes. ($100 annual subscription, free update, 45.7 MB)

Airfoil 5.8.2 No comments

Airfoil 5.8.2

Adds support for streaming audio to AirPort Express units running firmware version 7.8 with AirPlay 2 functionality. ($29 new, free update, 12.3 MB)

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Travel Back in Time with Stephen Hackett’s Aqua Screenshot Library 3 comments

Travel Back in Time with Stephen Hackett’s Aqua Screenshot Library

Ever wonder how much the Mac’s user interface has changed over time? Thanks to Stephen Hackett’s extensive collection of screenshots in each of the 15 versions of the Mac operating system, we can all trace the transition from Pin Stripes to Brushed Metal and relive the skeuomorphic excess of Rich Corinthian Leather.