iPhone sales plunged in Apple’s Q3 2019, but the company still saw overall growth thanks to strong performances from its Services and Wearables categories. It turns out that no one will receive much cash in the Equifax data breach settlement—the option was too popular. In an op-ed, Adam Engst channels the frustration and powerlessness many people feel. If you struggle to watch videos on your iPad in bed or while working out, check out our review of the Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand. Twitter’s new design may be controversial, but Josh Centers points out one advantage: easy account switching. Finally, Scholle McFarland joins us to look at what’s coming in the Health app in iOS 13, including tools for tracking menstruation, fertility, and hearing health. Notable Mac app releases this week include Typinator 8.1, DEVONthink 3.0 Public Beta 5, macOS Mojave 10.14.6 Supplemental Update, and BBEdit 12.6.6.
iPhone revenues now account for less than half of Apple’s revenues, but Services and Wearables more than made up the difference. And CEO Tim Cook announced that the Apple Card will become available this August.
Twitter’s Web redesign isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but at least it now lets you easily switch between accounts.
Tired of holding your iPad or balancing it on your chest to watch a video? You can bend the Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand to your will—or at least to whatever position is most comfortable.
It turns out that so many people signed up to receive $125 cash instead of credit monitoring in the Equifax breach settlement that no one will receive much money. There’s nothing we can do about it, and that has many of us fuming.
iOS 13’s Health app not only gathers more of our scattered health information but also helps us understand and use it in practical and potentially profound ways. Here’s what you can look forward to in a few months.
Brings refinements and bug fixes to the recently updated text expansion tool. (€24.99 new, free update, 6.9 MB)
Fifth public beta for the recently upgraded information management app. ($99/$149/$499 new, free update, 90.5 MB)
Addresses an issue that could prevent certain Macs from waking from sleep properly. (Free, 954.8 MB)
Adds basic support for C++ raw strings and changing the alert behavior when searching for text and no appropriate match is found. ($49.99 new, free update, 13.7 MB)