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Does the iPhone 14 Have eSIM? Here's What You Should Know

Readers like you help support MUO. When you make a purchase using links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Read More. If you recently switched to a new carrier, you might have heard all the talk about eSIM. Many people might not know what eSIM is or how it works.
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The Morning After: Apple Music is adding a karaoke mode

Apple Music has introduced a Sing feature, best described as a karaoke mode. Not only can you adjust the voice levels, but you can also use multiple lyric views if you’re looking to share a duet or even just wail harmonize in the background. Apple has tweaked existing lyric views, so they’re now cued to the beat and light up slowly.
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The best cooling fans of 2022

We tested 13 leading pedestal fans, tower fans and floor fans to find the best cooling fans to keep your space comfortable without cranking up the air conditioning.

Apple Music is getting a new feature that turns your TV into a karaoke machine

With nearly 90 million subscribers, there’s no denying that Apple Music has become a legit success for Apple. And while you’d be hard-pressed to find any Spotify users who would even entertain the notion of jumping ship, Apple continues to slowly but surely add new features to its music subscription service. Most recently, Apple announced a new feature dubbed Apple Music Sing.
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Apple Music adds karaoke feature just in time for the holidays

Apple announced a new karaoke feature coming to Apple Music later this month. Called Apple Music Sing, the feature provides accurate lyrics and user-adjustable vocal levels. Apple says that at launch, it will feature “tens of millions of the world’s most singable songs.”. Additionally, Apple is releasing 50...
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SWAT team looking for a stolen iPhone swoops in on retired postal worker

A Denver detective lead a SWAT team into a retired woman's home to rescue what he believed was a stolen iPhone 11. Denver detective Gary Staab [no really? Ed] was looking for a stolen truck full of guns and cash. The vehicle was taken on January 3 from a Denver Hyatt hotel and contained six guns, two drones, $4,000 in cash, and the iPhone 11.
DENVER, CO
Apple Insider

How to turn on Live Captions for FaceTime calls

AppleInsider may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on our site. — The days of struggling to hear what yourFaceTime partner says are over. Here's how you can turn on Live Captions to read what's happening. The new Live Captions feature is new to iOS 16,...
Mac Observer

Travelin’ Tim Talks TSMC

Travelin’ Tim hits Arizona, pricing changes for the App Store, and new homes for HomePod mini. Travelin’ Tim hit the Grand Canyon state Tuesday. A number of reports, including one from The Mac Observer and another from 9to5Mac, say Apple CEO Tim Cook was on-hand for ceremonies around the first of at least a couple of chip fabs being built by TSMC. The TMO piece had Cook confirming that Apple will source chips from the Arizona facility, which reports indicate should be capable of cranking out 4-nanometer and (eventually) 3-nanometer chips. Meanwhile, the piece from 9to5Mac says Cook:
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77-Year-Old Grandmother Sues Police After Botched Raid in Denver Home

A botched police operation at the home of a 77-year-old grandmother has caused her to sue Denver police for an unspecified amount, according to reports. Ruby Johnson says a SWAT team of eight officers in full military gear raided her home in an attempt to find a stolen truck containing four semi-automatic handguns, a tactical military-style rifle, a revolver, two drones, an iPhone 11 and $4,000 in cash.
DENVER, CO
PCMag

Daily Deals: $300 Off Shark Robot Vacuum, Save 18% on Apple iPad

Add a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil to make the iPad a capable laptop replacement. (Credit: PCMag/Steven Winkelman) It can be overwhelming trying to choose the right gifts for everyone on your holiday list. Let us help alleviate some of the stress with today's lineup of deals on everything from Wi-Fi mesh systems to ultra-portable flash drives.
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The amazing iPhone upgrade gives you the perfect Christmas hack that you must try

APPLE launched an official karaoke feature called Music Sing. It works with Apple Music – Spotify’s rival for iPhone, iPad and more. Longtime Apple Music users will know that the service already offers a scrolling lyrics view for songs – so you can sing along. But Apple...
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Iphone 11 Pro Review

Iphone 11 Pro Review – Its audience supports trusted reviews. We may earn a commission if you purchase through links on our site. More information. Although the iPhone 11 Pro looks almost identical to its predecessor, the changes made by Apple make it a much better phone. The three cameras on the back are really great and might just be my favorite trio of sensors on any phone. Video recording, audio and the ultra-bright XDR display are also outstanding. It’s also the first 5.8-inch iPhone that isn’t distracted by a battery that needs constant attention to get through the day. All that being said, there are still areas where I’d like to see Apple move forward, especially now that they’ve decided to call these phones “Pros.” 5G would never happen, but it would still be nice; Some sort of in-display fingerprint sensor with TouchID support and rumored wireless reverse charging, which could have complemented a pair of AirPods, would all be welcome features.
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‘Valorant’ is testing a shorter casual mode called Swiftplay

The main thing that has put me off of playing more Valorant over the last couple of years is the length of matches. Riot Games is looking to do something about that with a shorter casual mode that it’s starting to test in the game’s public build. Matches...
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AirTags FAQ: Answering All Your Most Asked Questions

Apple’s AirTag is a perfect way for any iPhone user to keep track of items. With the device, you can find the location of everything from your keys to a bag and much more. To help you better understand Apple’s item tracker, we’re highlighting some of the most frequently asked AirTag questions.
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