See the nearly complete Apple UFO headquarters in this new drone video

See the nearly complete Apple UFO headquarters in this new drone video

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Over the past year, we’ve seen a number of drone videos of the new UFO-style headquarters of Apple being built. But none have been as revealing as a new video posted on Monday that shows the advanced stages of the facility’s construction

Captured by Bay Area drone videographer Duncan Sinfield, the clip offers our first look at the interiors of the spaceship-like headquarters. We also get to see a few component parts of Apple’s underground auditorium, which has circular roof and, in its current state, really does look like something from another planet

The massive solar panel array is also shown, one that will serve as a backup power solution for the campus. Read more…

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Apple's 4-inch new iPhone might have top A9 chip

Apple’s 4-inch new iPhone might have top A9 chip

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Apple’s rumored, upcoming 4-inch smartphone might be small compared to today’s flagship behemoths, but it won’t lack power — at least according to a new rumor

9to5Mac reports that the phone, which may or may not be called iPhone 5SE, will have Apple’s powerful A9 processor and M9 coprocessor — the same one used in the company’s current flagship, the iPhone 6S

The report also claims the new phone, which will replace the iPhone 5S (still in Apple’s lineup), will come in 16GB/64GB memory capacities.

Previous rumors indicated that the device would have A8/M8 chips from Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones. Other specs include a metal design, similar to that of the iPhone 6/6S and an 8-megapixel back camera, but no 3D Touch Read more…

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Will Apple drop the iPhone headphone jack — and will it even matter?

Will Apple drop the iPhone headphone jack — and will it even matter?

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Rumors that Apple might drop the iPhone headphone jack have the tech world in a heated debate. Would it be a deal-breaker for potential iPhone buyers?

On this episode of MashTalk, we discuss the validity of these rumors, and the potential impact this move would have for Apple. We also discuss some of the best new features coming to iOS 9.3 and the possibility of self-driving cars integrating with ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft

Listen to the episode on iTunes or on Stitcher. You can also subscribe to MashTalk on iTunes by clicking the button below to get our latest episodes, instantly. If you like MashTalk, please fill out our audience survey Read more…

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Griffin's genius new cable brings MagSafe back to the MacBook

Griffin’s genius new cable brings MagSafe back to the MacBook

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Last year was arguably when the USB type-C port began its trajectory as the port of the future. Thin and sleek, Apple and Google integrated it into the MacBook and Chromebook Pixel 2, respectively

Now, due to increasing adoption of the multitasking port, more USB-C accessories are coming.

The latest is Griffin’s BreakSafe Magnetic USB-C Power Cable. While it won’t be available until April, it’s debuting at CES in Las Vegas on Monday, and it’s pretty brilliant.

Most people can relate to tripping over their charging cords, and Apple’s MagSafe connector has prevented laptop damages that happen as a result. But since Apple ditched MagSafe in the new MacBook last year in favor of USB-C, the much-needed safety net isn’t there. Read more…

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China starts 2016 with a stock market crash — and America is really worried

China starts 2016 with a stock market crash — and America is really worried

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In the Chinese calendar, 2016 will be the year of the monkey. It may also be the year where China has to address the monkey on its back.

China’s stock market has opened the year with a crash, opening up a new frontier of nervousness about one of the world’s most financially powerful countries. Chinese consumers play a big role in fueling sales of of fashion, technology, and cars, so many international companies from Apple to Burger King carefully watch the country to watch their own prospects. A Mashable explainer on China’s economic troubles can be found here

The fears, which started last summer, started anew when the Shanghai Composite Index — China’s equivalent of the Dow Jones Industrial Average — dropped 7% on Monday, which then created a global downturn in stocks Read more…

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