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Apple Hardware Recertification
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Apple introduces online professional training courses for IT support
Apple has introduced updated professional training and certifications for IT support and management, as demand for skilled support and technical staff within the enterprise grows.

As companies expand their use of technology, employees are demanding to use iPhone, iPad, and Mac at work, resulting in an increased need for IT professionals skilled in supporting and managing Apple products, the company said in a statement.

The training has been completely redesigned and moved to an online, self-paced format and the users can demonstrate their competency with two new exams and earn certification from Apple.

"More people than ever are using Mac, iPad, and iPhone to do their best work, and the demand for Apple-certified IT professionals has never been greater," said Susan Prescott, Apple's vice president of Enterprise and Education Marketing.

"We believe deeply in inclusion in technology, so the new courses are self-paced and freely available, and we are working to ensure ability to pay isn't a barrier to earning Apple certification," Prescott added.

Two new Apple Professional Training courses - Apple Device Support, and Apple Deployment and Management - are available now on

Each test costs $149, and certification can be displayed on resumes, online profiles, and job boards, enabling users to stand out in job searches - and employers to find qualified candidates, said Apple.

Apple device management and security company Jamf reported that its community of professionals who manage Apple products at work has grown by more than 150 percent since 2017 to more than 100k members.

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Wed, 18 May 2022 18:58:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : The Apple Watch is getting two new running features I can't wait to try

Apple isn’t quite finished with the updates to its watches and there are two big ones coming soon that’ll make a difference if you’re using the watch for serious training. I’ve run over 100 miles with the Apple Watch, alternating between wearing the Apple Watch Ultra and my Apple Watch Series 8 on my wrist, and there are two new features I’m looking forward to dropping — Automatic Track Detection and Race Route. 

Both are coming soon, but if you’re using your Apple Watch for serious running training, you’ll want to listen up. 

A photo of the Apple Watch Ultra and the Garmin Fenix 7

(Image credit: Future)

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Thu, 08 Dec 2022 22:53:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Apple One

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Apple One offers a significant discount to customers who want access to multiple Apple services. Each bundle is designed to save users money while drawing them into services they may not have paid for separately. Apple One includes a 30-day free trial for any service tier users choose.

Prices went up for the Apple One bundles along with some Apple services in 2022. The overall savings users gain when subscribing to an Apple One bundle remained consistent or went up as a result.

Individual plan

  • Apple Music: $10.99
  • Apple TV+: $6.99
  • Apple Arcade: $4.99
  • iCloud storage, 50GB: $0.99
  • Total cost: $23.96
  • Apple One plan: $16.95
  • Savings per month: $8.01

The Individual Apple One plan includes the core of Apple's entertainment lineup and 50GB of iCloud storage. It will save individuals about $8 a month if they already subscribe to Apple's music, TV, and game subscriptions.

Note that the Individual Apple One plan won't let you share your Apple Music or iCloud storage with family members. For that, you'll need the Family or Premier plans.

Family plan

  • Apple Music Family: $16.99
  • Apple TV+: $6.99
  • Apple Arcade: $4.99
  • iCloud storage, 200GB: $2.99 a month
  • Total cost of individual services: $31.96
  • Apple One plan: $22.95
  • Savings per month: $9.01

The Apple One savings get larger as you go up in tiers, and the Family plan will let families of up to six members save about $9 a month on Apple's entertainment services.

Unlike the Premier plan, Apple One Family doesn't include Apple News+ or Apple Fitness+. It does allow for family sharing.


  • Apple Music Family: $16.99
  • Apple TV+: $6.99
  • Apple Arcade: $4.99
  • iCloud storage, 2TB: $9.99 a month
  • Apple News+: $9.99
  • Apple Fitness+: $9.99
  • Total cost of individual services: $58.94
  • Apple One plan: $32.95
  • Total savings: $25.99

The Apple One Premier plan includes Apple's entire slate of services, even Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+. Its $32.95 price represents about a $26 savings per month compared to subscribing to all the services separately.

Premier is also the only Apple One option if either the Fitness+ or News+ services are crucial for you. Apple does note that Premier isn't going to be available everywhere because News+ is restricted to Australia, Canada, the U.K., and the U.S.

New iCloud limits

Users have long clamored for more iCloud storage options, and they have arrived. Now users with an existing Apple One subscription can increase their storage by up to 2TB for a total of 4TB.

Access your iCloud settings, manage your storage, and select a supplemental storage plan in the menu to increase your total storage. Previously, users would max out with 2TB of storage.

Apple provides 5GB of iCloud storage for free, and it includes 50GB with the Individual Apple One plan. Users can then increase their storage by paying an additional $1, $3, or $10 to increase their storage by 50GB, 200GB, or 2TB. This is available for all three Apple One tiers.


Apple announced a partnership with Major League Baseball to air a doubleheader with pre- and post-game shows every Friday night. The Friday games are available to customers in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom.

A separate show called "MLB Big Inning" will air every weeknight in the US during the regular season that features highlights and look-ins. US and UK customers will also have access to a 24/7 livestream with replays, news, analysis, classic games, and more.

Apple has also announced a partnership with Major League Soccer in which it gets the streaming rights to every game for the next decade, from 2023. Pricing and availability haven't been announced, but some games are expected to air for Apple TV+ subscribers and others will air under a separate service available within the Apple TV app.

Rumors also suggest Apple has been bidding for the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket. The NFL is one of the most popular sports leagues in the world, so multiple companies are bidding to take the streaming rights from DirecTV.

It isn't clear if Apple will add sports subscription benefits to Apple One tiers, or if users will need to subscribe separately for each sport's premium package. For now, Friday Night Baseball remains free for anyone with an internet connection.

Mon, 17 Aug 2020 03:25:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : 131 civilians killed by M23 rebels in eastern Congo, says UN BENI, Congo -

Arbitrarily shooting, stabbing, raping and abducting people, rebels in eastern Congo have killed at least 131 people and inflicted "unspeakable violence" against civilians, says a new U.N. report.

The M23 rebel group killed men, women and children in two villages in Congo's Rutshuru territory in North Kivu province last month, according to a preliminary investigation by the United Nations Joint Human Rights Office in Congo and MONUSCO, the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the country.

The investigation, based on interviews with 52 victims and witnesses, details a brutal campaign of killings, rapes, kidnappings and looting in Kishishe and Bambo villages, between November 29 and 30 by the rebels. At least 60 people were abducted, 22 women and girls raped, property looted and houses burned, says the report.

The killings were among the latest in clashes between the rebels and a coalition of armed civilian protection militia, which have been fighting each other in eastern Congo for more than a year, since M23 rebels resurfaced after being dormant for nearly a decade.

The M23 rose to prominence 10 years ago when its fighters seized Goma, the largest city in Congo's east, which sits along the border with Rwanda. The group derives its name from a March 23 peace deal in 2009, which it accuses the government of not implementing.

After the attacks, rebels prevented survivors from leaving ransacked villages and allegedly buried bodies of victims in what might have been an attempt to destroy evidence, said the U.N. report. Due to security constraints, investigators were unable to access the villages and instead spoke to survivors and witnesses at a U.N. peacekeeping base in a nearby town where people had sought refuge.

The report comes amid a spate of tit-for-tat accusations by both groups accusing the other of atrocities. While a cease-fire was agreed to last month, analysts say the new attacks could lead to further violence.

"Despite M23's exact statements expressing willingness to withdraw, the group's attacks against civilians could potentially indicate an escalation of the conflict, and are likely to lead to further violence between M23 and other armed groups, some of whom have also committed violations. Civilians, as always, will pay the price," said Daniel Levine-Spound a researcher focused on Congo with the Center for Civilians in Conflict.

M23 did not immediately respond to the findings of the U.N.'s investigation but has previously dismissed similar accusations as propaganda. It said that it is committed to abiding by the cease-fire agreed to in Angola in November. Speaking to The Associated Press by phone, Lawrence Kanyuka, the rebel group's political spokesman asserted that M23 is entitled to defend itself if attacked.

However, the group has gained ground in exact weeks, inching close to Goma and expanding into Masisi, increases in their territory that make it hard to believe the rebels are only acting in self-defense.

"When you look at how much terrain they've gained since October it's hard to believe that argument that they're just defending themselves," said Eliora Henzler, coordinator for the Kivu Security Tracker. "The problem is that it's still not clear to us what they want. It's difficult to understand what they see as an end game."

In an attempt to help Congo's government to stabilize the country, on Thursday the Council of the European Union added eight names to a list of people subject to restrictive measures, including a member from M23 as well as four other armed groups in Congo, said a statement by the council. Measures include a ban on entering the EU and asset freezes. Most of the people on the list are alleged to be responsible for serious human rights abuses as well as maintaining the conflict in Congo, said the EU.

The violence is exacerbating a dire humanitarian crisis in eastern Congo. Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced, living in squalid conditions in damp schools, churches and stadiums. Locals want the Congolese government to do more to stem the violence, but say they won't support negotiations with a group as brutal as M23.

"I would like our government to start fighting and finish the M23 rebels and refuse any negotiations with these terrorists," said Stephanie Mbafumoja a resident in the nearby town of Beni. "Why negotiate with them? It is enough to annihilate them for peace to return to Congo."

Thu, 08 Dec 2022 05:50:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Apple Glasses: Everything we've heard so far

It's been a while since we've heard some compelling rumors about the Apple Glasses, with Cupertino's long-rumored augmented reality smart glasses seemingly still some time away from launching. 

As such, it's looking likely that we will still have a couple of years to wait before they are revealed, with the Apple AR/VR headset likely to launch first.