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Single Sign-On now available to all iOS 10 and tvOS 10 devices

While we first saw the feature arrive in the iOS 10.2 and tvOS 10.1 betas, Single Sign-On is now available on all devices running iOS 10 and tvOS 10. Right now, the service is limited to the United States, and is even more limited due to the amount of providers on board at launch. Here’s the list of providers available at launch, according to an…

Apple seeds tvOS 10.1 beta 5 to developers

A little over a week since the previous beta, Apple today seeds its fifth tvOS 10.1 beta to developers. The new beta adds support for the limited Single Sign-On feature, and the much anticipated TV app. It’s highly not recommended to run this beta as it may cause problems with your Apple TV down the road. However, to proceed: head to Apple’s…

Supreme Court reverses decision on $339 million owed to Apple over iPhone design dispute, sides with Samsung

The Supreme Court today has ruled in favor of Samsung over Apple in the latest edition of the years-long dispute over iPhone design patents. Today’s decision came after a lower court decision in which they decided on $339 million in damages were to be owed to Apple by Samsung over design patent violations regarding earlier Galaxy smartphones. The…

Tim Cook says Apple Watch sales ‘off the charts’, expects best quarter ever this holiday season

Tim Cook said in an email (via Reuters) that the Apple Watch is already seeing “off the chart” sales growth and will continue to do so. Of course Apple refuses to give out actual numbers so this is the best we’ve got. Cook says during the first week of the holiday season, Apple Watch sold more units that week than in any other week in the product’s…

Apple seeds macOS 10.12.2 beta 5 to developers

Today Apple has seeded its fifth beta of macOS 10.12.2 to developers. We’re unsure what’s new in the beta but we’ll keep you updated if we find more information. The update is currently available for both developers and public beta testers. It’s not recommended to install this beta unless you’re an actual developer as there’s no reverting back without…

Apple seeds watchOS 3.1.1 beta 5 to developers

A little over a week since the last beta, Apple has now released watchOS 3.1.1 beta 5 to developers. We’re unsure at the moment what’s new in the beta but we’ll update this post with new information when available. If you’re a developer and want to get it yourself, you can get it from the Developer Portal. If you’re already on the beta, go ahead…

Apple seeds iOS 10.2 beta 6 to developers

A few days since the previous beta, Apple has seeded iOS 10.2 beta 6 to developers. This comes a mere three days after beta 5. iOS 10.2 beta 6 is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. The beta is now available for developers and public beta testers. It is highly unrecommended to run this beta on your daily driver. However, if you…

Apple updates Photos app on iCloud.com with navigation improvements

Today Apple has updated its iCloud Photos web app with some new navigation improvements, MacMagazine noted. The Photos web app lets users access their iCloud Photo Library through the web on a Mac or Windows computer. Launched in a beta state (beta.icloud.com), the new Photos app features a sidebar and thumbnail scrubber like its native counterpart on…

Game developers say customers are abusing Apple’s refund policy

Game developers are saying that they’ve detected significant abuse of Apple’s refund policy on apps, and are being forced to take matters into their own hands because Apple won’t. At least four developers (via The Korea Times) say that the problem is that people are purchasing games and in-app content multiple times, asking Apple for a refund, and then…