Get a $20 Digital Costco Shop Card* when you sign up for Gold Star Membership here
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Macworld Savvy shoppers spend their dollars at Costco, a members-only warehouse with bulk grocery and household finds. If you want to experience greater savings and convenience, you can sign up for a Gold Star Membership here ($60 per year) and get a $20 Digital Costco Shop Card* to spend. Costco has more than 500 warehouse locations across the U.S., but you can also explore their online selection at Costco.com. You might find groceries, electronics, baked goods, clothing items, and pantry staples with both brand-name labels and Costco’s brand, Kirkland Signature™. Costco backs just about eve ..read more
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Consultio Pro handles all your questions without big consultant fees for under $30
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Macworld For almost any professional, there comes a time when you don’t know all the answers to a problem and could use outside objective advice. You can get that from a consultant, but that information can become costly. Fortunately, you can gain consulting services for less than $30 with Consultio Pro. Consultio Pro is an AI-driven service that can help answer all those intricate questions that only a true expert could answer correctly. It’s not just one advisor, either. Having this service is like having a team of literally dozens of consultants on staff (albeit AI-powered experts) re ..read more
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Get Microsoft Visual Studio Professional for only $45
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Macworld Software developers have a lot on their plates. They’re often responsible for designing, programming, building, deploying, and maintaining software, which requires different skills and tools to do the job right. Fortunately, Microsoft’s programming-friendly software can help. Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2022 for Windows is an incredibly helpful platform for many coders, and now, it’s available for under $45. With Visual Studio Professional, programmers can enjoy the 64-bit IDE for more seamless management of larger coding projects and workloads. Professionals can b ..read more
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Apple TV+ adds 51 free movies as the biggest subscriber bonus ever
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Macworld If there’s one thing Apple TV+ lacks, it’s a catalog of classic shows and movies. Apple has built up a decent library of shows and movies, but nearly all of it is original content. That’s not the case with its competitors, which all have sizable libraries of popular shows and movies that people enjoy watching over and over again. For a limited time, Apple TV+ is expanding its back catalog to include more than 50 top movies for all subscribers. Just go to the “Limited Time: Great Movies on Apple TV+” page and select the movie you’d like to watch. You can also search for one of the mov ..read more
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There’s another unexplained firmware update coming to your AirPods Pro 2
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Macworld It’s time to do that dance again: Apple has released a new beta firmware update for its AirPods wireless headphones, and nobody is sure what it does. Firmware version 6E188, up from 6B34 released in December, is currently in beta and, as reported by MacRumors, is available to developers only. (Because of this, it hasn’t yet replaced 6B34 on Apple’s firmware listings page.) It’s for the second-gen AirPods Pro, and applies to both the USB-C and Lightning editions of that device. Apple has been testing iOS 17.4 for about a month and it’s due to arrive on phones this coming week. It’s li ..read more
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Macs, iPads, and a big new iOS update–here’s what’s coming from Apple in March
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Macworld February was an unusually big month for Apple this year, because it all started off with the release of Apple Vision Pro–the first major new product in a new category for Apple in a decade. March should be another big month, with a significant new iOS release (especially for those in the EU) and possibly new Macs and iPads as well. Here’s what we think is coming from Apple in March. New hardware releases: March event with new Macs, iPads, and more? We’ve long heard that Apple is targeting March for several important new product releases—possibly at its first event of the year. The M3 ..read more
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5 MWC announcements that should have come from Apple
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Macworld Mobile World Congress was held this week in Barcelona and we understand if it passed you by. While Apple and the iPhone are on everyone’s mind, MWC is primarily an Android show. But there are still some announcements that will get Apple fans a little jealous. Here are five of them that caught our eye—and we hope Apple is paying attention too. Galaxy Ring As if Samsung was reading the rumor blogs, right after reports emerged that Apple had explored the development of a smart ring, new details emerged of the upcoming Galaxy Ring, which reportedly won’t work with iPhones. We don’t know ..read more
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Boost your productivity with savings on Microsoft Office 2021
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Macworld Whether you’re a working professional or a student, you need a reliable suite of tools to conquer work and academic tasks. There’s no other software like Microsoft Office built to meet this challenge. Lifetime access to Microsoft 2021 is now only $44.99. For a one-time payment, you can install this license on one Windows computer you use at home or work. You’ll have access to the 2021 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access. Draft compelling proposals or essays with Word, and streamline business and home spending with Excel’s spre ..read more
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How to manage Time Machine backups between APFS and HFS+ drives
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Macworld Apple introduced the APFS (Apple Filing System) file system protocol in macOS Sierra. It’s now the required format for macOS, but it took a while to transition from the former implementation of the HFS+ (Hierarchical File System Plus) format. Even during the transition, Apple kept the legacy standard HFS+ viable for backward compatibility. (It’s called “Mac OS Extended format (Journaled)” in Disk Utility.) Macs running versions of macOS as recent as Sonoma can still read HFS+ formatted volumes, even if you can’t boot a Mac from an HFS+ volume starting with macOS 10.14 Mojave. Apple a ..read more
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Tim Cook teases Apple will ‘break new ground’ in AI this year
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Macworld With the calendar set to change to March, there are two Apple affairs to look forward to: a rumored spring event and WWDC in June. As always, all eyes will be on Apple’s software updates and Tim Cook has dropped a big hint about what we can expect to learn about during the WWDC keynote. During Apple’s annual shareholder meeting this week, Tim Cook made the unusual pronouncement that Apple will “break new ground” in generative AI this year, presumably as part of iOS 18. This follows equally vague comments during Apple’s first-quarter earnings call where Cook said Apple is spending “a ..read more
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