If you’re in the UK, Hong Kong, or Singapore, note that Apple has recalled some three-prong wall plug adapters due to the risk of electrical shock. Apple News+ celebrated its one-month birthday last week, and if you’re not enamored of the service or just aren’t using it, Josh Centers explains how to cancel. Those looking for distraction while mowing the lawn might consider the 3M WorkTunes headphones, which combine hearing protection and Bluetooth audio. Finally, if you rent digital movies, Glenn Fleishman shows you how to find the best deals. Notable Mac app releases this week include LaunchBar 6.11.1, Luminar 3.1, and DEVONthink 3.0 Public Beta.
Apple is recalling three-prong plug adapters for the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Hong Kong that it shipped with Macs and iOS devices from 2003 to 2010.
Unimpressed with Apple News+ or just don’t have time to read any more? Here’s how to cancel your free trial or subscription to avoid the $9.99 monthly fee.
Yardwork season is here, and loud gas-powered mowers and trimmers can both damage your hearing and make it impossible to enjoy audio. The 3M WorkTunes headphones can solve both problems.
With so many online options for digital movie rental, which service offers the best deal or the longest time to watch a film? Glenn Fleishman sorts through the options to recommend four services for different situations.
Maintenance release with bug fixes and improvements for the keyboard-based launcher. ($29 new, free update, 15.7 MB)
Improves the Accent AI smart image enhancement feature. ($69 new, free update, 18.4 MB)
Major new release of the information management app with a revised interface, enhanced automation, and hundreds of new features and improvements. ($99/$149/$499 new, upgrades available, 88.1 MB)