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Here are all the Apple Arcade games that support controllers

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Apple Arcade is here , and you can play some of the subscription service’s many games with select models of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers as well as Mfi (Made for iOS) controllers! During Apple Arcade’s announcement, though, Apple gave the impression that all Apple Arcade games would work with gamepads (in part because the service will eventually also come to macOS and tvOS), but it tu...

Apple Arcade: Hockey game 'Ultimate Rivals: The Rink' now available

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Apple’s new Apple Arcade subscription-based gaming service is finally here. It’s basically Apple’s way of helping customers sort through the chaff in the App Store, as the highly curated service features premium games that are untainted by in-app purchases and ads. If all goes well, it could elevate the perception of mobile gaming in general. Got questions? We've got plenty of answers. Updated ...

5G FAQ: What is 5G and when is it coming to the iPhone

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The marketing machine for 5G is just getting warmed up. AT&T arguably fired the first shot when it started re-labeling some of its 4G LTE service “5G Evolution,” complete with a “5G e” logo in the status bar of some phones. Soon, 5G will be everywhere you look. All four major carriers are going to spend billions of dollars hyping up “5G” and trying to convince you that, first of all, you need i...

Apple’s next step with the Mac should be consumer-focused

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At long last, some two and a half years after Apple declared itself serious about enticing professionals back to the Mac, the Mac Pro is finally here . It joins the iMac Pro and the new 16-inch MacBook Pro as a triptych of attractive options for professional Mac users. That’s great. Apple Mac mini To read this article in full, please click here

Best media streaming devices

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Roku Streaming Stick vs. Amazon Fire Stick vs. Chromecast vs. Apple TV, and more. Which streaming device is best for cord cutters? Our buying guide will help you pick the right accessories for your TV.

How to perform backups more complicated than Time Machine allows

12.December
Time Machine is a great, baseline, no-fuss archiving solution for macOS. While it has many drawbacks and can be fussy, it’s far better than not having a backup and it works generally well for the vast majority of Mac owners. It’s a great solution for family members who otherwise don’t back up. (Especially coupled with convincing them to subscribe to or giving them Backblaze or another highly re...

Cleer Enduro 100 headphone review: Great sound, fantastic battery life, and all the right features

12.December
Cleer's Enduro 100 are stylish, sound expensive, and offer state-of-the-art features, including Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX HD, Google Fast Pair, Siri invocation, and USB-C connectivity.

Best iPhone: How to pick the perfect iPhone for you

12.December
This guide was most recently updated on December 10, 2019. Picking out an iPhone used to be easier—just get the newest one with all the storage you can afford. We still recommend plenty of storage, but the choice of which iPhone to get it on isn’t quite so cut-and-dry. Do you want the phone with the best camera, the one with the lowest starting price, or maybe size is a big factor in your decis...

Which Mac should you buy?

12.December
If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re thinking about buying a new Mac computer and may be in need of a little guidance. Fortunately, we’re quite familiar with Apple’s Macs, and we’re happy to help you choose the right Mac for you. This buying guide provides an overview of all the Mac models available, and what each model is best suited for. To get more details, you can read the ful...

23andMe vs. AncestryDNA: Which ancestry DNA kit is better?

11.December
23andMe and AncestryDNA are the two most popular DNA tests in the world. But there are some key differences you should know before buying one or the other.

Which iPhone model do you have? Here’s where to look

11.December
You probably have a general idea of which iPhone you have—iPhone 7, SE, 5s, X, and so on. But behind the marketing names, each iPhone configuration has its own model number. You normally won’t need to know this number, but it could come in handy if you ever need to get more technical details about your device. Here’s where you can find your iPhone’s model number—and what that number means. Whic...

4K HDMI cables: How to cut through the marketing lingo and figure out what you actually need

11.December
You probably don’t need to buy a HDMI cable to go with your new TV, but here’s how to tell for sure.
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