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Yelp – Nearby Restaurants, Shopping & Services

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Release Date: July 11, 2008


Yelp has over 100 million reviews of businesses worldwide and is available for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

Whether you’re looking for a pizzeria that just opened or a coffee shop nearby, Yelp is your local guide to finding the perfect place to eat, shop, drink, relax and play.

Yelp features:

Find Restaurants
• Find the newest and hottest restaurants in your area
• Make reservations, pick up food and order for delivery, all from your phone
• Filter restaurant search results by price, location and more

Search for Nearby Businesses
• Discover great local businesses
• Read millions of reviews by the Yelp community
• Find great deals offered by local businesses

Search Filters
• Filter your search results by neighborhood, distance, rating, price and hours of operation
• Look up addresses and phone numbers, call a business or make reservations directly from the app

Other Features
• Read expert user reviews and browse through beautiful photos of each business
• Write and read reviews, check-in to local businesses, upload photos and add tips for other Yelp users

Find local restaurants, read expert customer reviews and start searching for businesses near you with Yelp.

Need Help? Contact Yelp at https://www.yelp-support.com/?l=en_US
Note: Continued use of GPS running can dramatically decrease battery life.

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New (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 Plus Shown Off in Unboxing Video

Early this morning, Apple unveiled new Special Edition (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models, which feature a vibrant red aluminum finish paired with a silver Apple logo and white front bezels.

While the new red iPhone models won’t be available for purchase until Friday, March 24, tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee got his hands on one of the new devices early, and has shown it off in the first (PRODUCT)RED iPhone unboxing video.



The (PRODUCT)RED iPhone ships in a box decorated with red text and a red iPhone, and inside, there’s a (PRODUCT)RED insert alongside the regular manuals. Aside from that, the packaging is the same as other iPhone models with a charging cable and Lightning EarPods.

Brownlee’s first reaction to the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone was “Wow, this thing is really red and really good looking.” He goes on to say that it’s as “ridiculously good as you think,” and calls it the most photogenic iPhone he’s seen in a long time.

According to Brownlee, in person, the device has an almost satin finish that is super saturated, and because it’s not as dark as the Matte and Jet Black iPhones, it isn’t as prone to showing fingerprints. Brownlee is not a fan of the white front of the device (he calls it “goofy”) and says he’d prefer it with a black front.

Apple release the Special Edition (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to celebrate more than 10 years of partnership with the (RED) charity. All (PRODUCT)RED purchases let customers contribute to the Global Fund to join the fight against HIV and AIDS.

Over the course of its 10 year partnership with (RED), Apple has been responsible for donating more than $130 million and is the largest corporate donor to the Global Fund.

The new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone models are available in 128GB and 256GB storage capacities, priced at $749/$849 for the iPhone 7 and $869/$969 for the iPhone 7 Plus. As mentioned above, the new devices will go on sale on Friday in more than 40 countries around the world.

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iTunes movie rentals finally work across multiple devices

Somehow, Apple went until 2017 before adding one of the most basic features to iTunes. You see, for the past nine years, when you'd rent a movie via the app, you'd have to watch it on the device the rental originated from. So, if you rented Mancheste…

Recap: Everything Apple Announced Today in Under 3 Minutes

Apple didn’t hold an official event to make major announcements this week, but there was a mini press release extravaganza that saw the company introduce new hardware products, a new app, and improvements to existing devices.

A new 9.7-inch iPad debuted with an impressively low $329 price point, and there’s now a red aluminum iPhone 7. New Apple Watch bands are out, there are iPhone cases in new colors, Apple is about to release an app for making videos, and the iPhone SE and the iPad mini 4 got new minimum storage tiers and pricing drops.

We’ve recapped everything Apple announced today in the video below, and we’ve rounded up all of our new product coverage.



Apple Debuts New 9.7-Inch iPad With A9 Chip to Replace iPad Air 2, Starting at $329

iPad Mini 4 With 128GB of Storage Now Starts at $399 as 32GB Model Discontinued

Apple Unveils Special Edition (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Apple Announces Video Creation iOS App ‘Clips’

Apple Doubles iPhone SE Storage to 32GB and 128GB

Apple Watch Gets New Striped Woven Nylon, Classic Buckle, and Standalone Nike Sport Bands

Apple Launches New Silicone and Leather iPhone 7 Case Colors

Apple Discontinues iPad Mini 2

Swift Playgrounds Now Available in Five Additional Languages

While we saw new devices today, there’s still quite a bit on the horizon. The much-rumored ~10-inch iPad with a revamped design has yet to make an appearance, and we’re still awaiting a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, too, along with Kaby Lake Macs and the highly anticipated iPhone 8.

With no event coming up in the near future, we may be waiting until June’s Worldwide Developers Conference or the fall to see many of these new releases but make sure to keep an eye on MacRumors for the latest rumors on Apple’s launch plans.
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Amazon Music’s iOS app infiltrates CarPlay

Amazon Music subscribers who own a CarPlay-enabled dashboard unit are in luck. Amazon's streaming service is now available via the iOS Amazon Music app for Apple's in-car infotainment system.

Apple Releases iTunes 12.6 With Cross-Device Movie Rental Access

Following a slew of new product announcements early this morning, Apple today released iTunes 12.6, the next major update for the iTunes app on Mac devices.

iTunes 12.6 introduces a “Rent once, watch anywhere” feature that lets iTunes users watch iTunes movie rentals across all devices with iOS 10.3 or tvOS 10.2.

Prior to this update, an iTunes movie was only available on a single device at a time. When a movie rented on a Mac was transferred to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod using USB, the movie became unavailable from an iTunes library until returned to the Mac.

A movie rented on an iOS device or an Apple TV was not previously watchable on other devices and could not be transferred between devices.

The wording of the release notes seems to suggest we’re going to see iOS 10.3 and tvOS 10.2 released in the very near future, as the new iTunes update pertains specifically to those releases. We could see new software as soon as tomorrow.

According to Apple’s release notes, the update also includes minor app and performance improvements.

The new iTunes 12.6 update can be downloaded from the Mac App Store for free.

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What happened to tablet sales?

 Apple and Samsung have refreshed their flagship tablets for the first time since 2014. Much has changed in the space — mostly for the worse, as overall sales have continued to slip. There’s room for debate as far as precisely how down the overall market is, but there seems to at least be a consensus that early predictions of the tablet space eclipsing PCs missed the mark. Read More

Apple finally kills off 16GB iPhone SE, now you get 32GB for $399

 Rejoice lovers of petite-sized iPhones, for Apple is granting additional storage bounty — announcing today it’s doubling the current storage capacity of the iPhone SE. Read More