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iOS 7 Is Causing Motion Sickness

Users report headaches, nausea, dizziness

(Newser) - Some Apple users are sick of the company's new iOS 7 operating system. Literally. The new zoom and slide animations, and the 'floating" icons on the home screen, are causing motion sickness in many people with vestibular disorders—conditions that affect balance and vision, the Guardian reports. "... More »

Apple's Big Announcement: What Is—and Isn't—Coming

Expect 2 new iPhones at today's event

(Newser) - Apple's "special event" is today at 1pm Eastern, so tech blogs are, of course, overflowing with predictions. What can you expect? Here's what 9to5mac and the Verge have to say:
  • iPhone 5S: That's what most people are calling the new iPhone that is sure to debut.
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Sorry Apple, Looking Cool Won't Save You

Cook & Co. fail to impress at Worldwide Developer's Conference

(Newser) - Tech pundits aren't exactly swooning over Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference presentation, in which it showed off an iOS revamp , a new streaming music service , and a cylindrical computer . Here's what the nay people are saying:
  • Apple really needed a new iOS, and "thanks to these
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Apple Dramatically Redesigns Mac Pro

Will be entirely assembled in the US

(Newser) - Rumors of the Mac Pro's death have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, at its developer conference today, Apple unveiled a dramatic new redesign of its fastest workstation as an eye-catching black cylinder with twice the performance of the last generation of Mac Pro. The computer will also be entirely... More »

Apple's iOS 7 Overhaul Likely Sleek—and Late

New design guru giving software a makeover

(Newser) - Apple's next mobile operating system, iOS 7, is supposed to be in the sweaty palms of Mac fanboys as early as September. But—at least within the company—deadlines are being pushed back as the company's new design visionary, Jonathan Ive (who recently made the Time 100 list),... More »

Looks Like Apple Is Testing New iPhone, iOS

Developers spot tell-tale sign

(Newser) - Enjoying that new iPhone 5 you got for Christmas? Well, Apple may already be working to make it a dinosaur. The tech giant already appears to be testing a new iPhone with a new version of iOS, developers tell The Next Web . App usage logs for some of Apple's... More »

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