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Mophie debuts Juice Pack H2Pro, its first waterproof batt...

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Sporting IP68-rated waterproofing — immersible in 1.2 meters of water for 30 minutes — as well as strong dust, drop, and shock resistance, the Juice Pack H2Pro is Mophie’s first-ever waterproof battery case.

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Made from black plastic with a flexible, scratch-resistant clear front that provides both Touch ID and multi-touch screen access, H2Pro includes the complete button and port protection users would expect from a waterproof case, plus a 2,750mAh battery that Mophie promises will deliver a full 100% recharge for the iPhone 6.

Juice Pack H2Pro is currently available for pre-order and will ship in late May for $130, at which point it will likely be the first actually available waterproof battery for the iPhone 6. (Lifeproof’s Fre Power was announced in January but has not yet shipped.) Earlier Juice Pack cases for the iPhone 6 start at $100, and were favorably reviewed by 9to5Mac last month.


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Apple Pay adds 24 new banks and credit unions including s...

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Apple has rolled out Apple Pay support for another 24 banks and credit unions following last month’s expansion reaching more than 200in total. The newly added banks include more than a dozen banks and credit unions from around the United States including The Bancorp Bank which backs Simple, a popular online banking service. Here’s the full list of newly added Apple Pay banks:

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Bellwether Community Credit Union
Benchmark Federal Credit Union
Blackhawk Community Credit Union
Community America Credit Union
Community First Credit Union
Connections Credit Union
cPort Credit Union
Denver Fire Department FCU
Electro Savings Credit Union
Elements Financial FCU
First Financial Credit Union
Greater Nevada Credit Union
Harvard Universities Employees Credit Union
Interra Credit Union
Kern Schools Federal Credit Union
Nusenda Credit Union
People’s Trust Federal Credit Union
Premier America Credit Union
Premier Members Federal Credit Union
SAFE Credit Union
Scient Federal Credit Union
The Bancorp Bank
Tucson Federal Credit Union
Union Bank & Trust Co.

The full list of more than 200 banks and credit unions that actively support Apple Pay can be found below:

A+ Federal Credit Union
Affinity Federal Credit Union
Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union
Alliant Credit Union
Altra Federal Credit Union
Amegy Bank of Texas
America First Credit Union
America’s Christian Credit Union
America’s Credit Union
American Airlines Credit Union
American Express
Andrews Federal Credit Union
Associated Bank
Arizona Federal Credit Union
Bank of America
Bank of Hawaii
BankPlus
Barclaycard
Baxter Credit Union
BB&T (Branch Banking & Trust)
BBVA Compass
BECU (Boeing Employees’ Credit Union)
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
Black Hills Federal Credit Union
BMI Federal Credit Union
Cabela’s CLUB
California Bank & Trust
Canton School Employees FCU
Capital One
Central Bank
CFE Federal Credit Union
Charles Schwab Bank
Chase
Citi
Clearview Federal Credit Union
Commerce Bank
Commonwealth Credit Union
Connex Credit Union
Consumers Credit Union
Credit Union of Southern California
Customers Bank
Cyprus Federal Credit Union
Dupaco Community Credit Union
Ent Federal Credit Union
F&A Federal Credit Union
FAIRWINDS Credit Union
Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach
Fifth Third Bank
First Community Bank & Trust
First Community Credit Union
First Credit Union
First National Bank of Omaha
First National Bank of Pennsylvania
First Niagara Bank
First Sentry Bank
First Tech Federal Credit Union
First Tennessee Bank
FirstBank
Foothill Credit Union
Founders Federal Credit Union
Fremont Bank
Golden 1 Credit Union
Goldenwest FCU
Grow Financial Federal Credit Union
GTE Financial
Gulf Winds FCU
Hiway Federal Credit Union
Huntington Bank
IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union
Idaho Central Credit Union
Ideal Credit Union
Independent Bank
INOVA Federal Credit Union
J. P. Morgan
Jordan Credit Union
KeyBank
KeyPoint Credit Union
L & N Federal Credit Union
Lake Michigan Credit Union
Langley Federal Credit Union
Lister Hill Credit Union
Los Angeles Federal Credit Union
M&T Bank
Meijer Credit Union
Members First Credit Union
Merrill Lynch
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union
Morgan Stanley
Mountain America Credit Union
National Bank of Arizona
National Institutes of Health FCU
Navy Federal Credit Union
NBT Bank
Nevada State Bank
North Shore Bank
ORNL Federal Credit Union
Partners Federal Credit Union
PenFed Credit Union
PNC
Prosperity Bank
RBC Bank
Redwood Credit Union
Regions Bank
Royal Credit Union
Sacramento Credit Union
Salem Five Bank
San Francisco Fire Credit Union
Sandy Spring Bank
Savings Bank of Danbury
Schools Financial Credit Union
Security Service Federal Credit Union
Silicon Valley Bank
Spokane Teachers Credit Union
Star One Credit Union
State Department Federal Credit Union
SunTrust
TCF National bank
TD Bank N.A.
Teachers Credit Union
Technology Credit Union
Telhio Credit Union
The Bank of Greene County
The Northern Trust Company
TIB-The Independent Bankers Bank
TruMark Financial Credit Union
U.S. Bank
U.S. Trust
United Federal Credit Union
United Nations FCU
University First Federal Credit Union
USAA
Utah First Federal Credit Union
UW Credit Union
Uwharrie Bank
Vantage Credit Union
Vectra Bank
Virginia Credit Union
VyStar Credit Union
Wanigas Credit Union
Wells Fargo
WesBanco Bank
Wescom Credit Union
West Community Credit Union
Wings Financial Credit Union
Zios First National Bank
1st Advantage Federal Credit Union
American Savings Bank
Bank of Utah
Bellco Federal Credit Union
BMO Harris N.A.
Cambridge Savings Bank
Campus USA Credit Union
Centennial Bank
Citadel Federal Credit Union
Citizens Bank & Trust
Citizens Equity First Credit Union
Coastline Federal Credit Union
Community Choice Credit Union
Deseret First Federal Credit Union
ESL Federal Credit Union
Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union
First Fideility Bank
First Hawaiian Bank
Hilltop National Bank
Illinoise State Police Federal Credit Union
JSC Federal Credit Union
Lafayette Federal Union
Logix Federal Credit Union
MidFirst Bank
Mission Federal Credit Union
Missoula Federa Credit Union
North Country Federal Credit Union
Northruo Grumman Federal Credit Union
Old National Bank
PointBank
Point Loma Credit Union
Publix Employees Federal Credit Union
Robins Federal Credit Union
San Diego Credit Union
Stockman Bank of Montana
Technicolor Federal Credit Union
Truity Federal Credit Union
USAlliance Federal Credit Union
Utah Community Federal Credit Union
AmeriCU Credit Union
Bankers Trust
Central Minnesota Credit Union
Chrome Federal Credit Union
City Employees Credit Union
Consumers Cooperative Credit Union
Coulee Dam Federal Credit Union
Desert Schools Federal Credit union
DFCU Financial
Digital Federal Credit Union
DuPont Community Credit Union
Fairfax County Federal Credit Union
First Entertainment Credit Union
Frankenmuth Credit Union
Golden Credit Union
Guarantry Bank & Trust
IBERIABANK
Municipal Credit Union
Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
Patelco Credit Union
Pima Federal Credit Union
Quorum Federal Credit Union
San Matero Credit Union
SEFCU
SkyOne Federal Credit Union
South State Bank
Suncoast Credit Union
UMB Bank, n.a.
US Federal Credit Union
Vermont State Employees CU
Wright Patman Congressional Federal Credit Union

Apple Pay in stores and within apps is available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users, and iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 supports Apple Pay within apps. Apple Pay is also available for use in stores with the Apple Watch. As always, you can find our running list of merchants and apps that accept Apple Pay here including recently added Best Buy.

As for Simple customers, the online bank shared this message to its customers:

Simple is currently beta testing Apple Pay with a small number of customers. If you’ve already added your Simple Card to Apple Pay, thanks for helping us test drive this feature! If not, hang tight—we’re working hard to release it to all our customers soon.


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Home Depot says lack of Apple Pay support is nothing pers...

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Dropbox Updates iOS App With File Comments, Document Crea...

Today, 03:58 PM

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Connected file management service Dropbox today announced an update to its iPhone and iPad apps that will debut a trio of new features to iOS devices, bringing easier navigation, introducing communication features, and allowing the creation of Microsoft Word documents from within the app itself.

Right from the home screen the Dropbox team has decided to make big changes, doing away with a static list of files and instead curating a showcase of documents and files with which a user has most recently interacted. This way, the company suggests, "The files you’re most likely to need on the go will always be front and center."

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The recently introduced comment feature for the Dropbox website will now also be available on iOS devices. Using an "@" symbol followed by a Dropbox user's name or email address, anyone can be brought into discussion over a particular document, with the app sending push notifications to the lock screen to ensure everyone is kept in the loop on any particular conversation.

The company also confirmed that "in the next few weeks" it would be introducing the ability to create and interact with Microsoft Office documents from within the iOS Dropbox apps. Any Word, Excel, or Powerpoint file created inside of the app will be subsequently saved to whatever Dropbox folder a user was in when creating the document, allowing instantaneous access to the file from everywhere a user can sign in to Dropbox.

As the company points out, however, the new update's most interesting feature is not any one of its individual new aspects but how they have the potential to work together to create a unique, more streamlined experience for its users.
The best part, though, is how these features work together. For example, when you’re meeting with a client to brainstorm ideas for an upcoming project, you can use the recents tab on your iPhone or iPad to quickly pull up your last project for reference. Then you can create a Word doc to take notes as you discuss. After the meeting, you can @mention your client in a comment, so they have the notes and can add anything you’ve missed. Then when you get back to your desk, you can turn that Word doc into a full project plan.
The team also notes in its blog that while the main crux of today's new update centers on the enterprise and work-related world, all of the features can be used for "vacation planning, apartment hunting, or whatever else Dropbox helps you do." The new 3.9 update to Dropbox on iOS [Direct Link] will begin rolling out today, with an upcoming smaller update for in-app document editing planned for the near future.mf.gif


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Dropbox for iOS adds file commenting & 1Password logi...

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Dropbox is rolling out a new version of its iPhone and iPad app today with a new features including commenting and mentions, a new ‘Recent’ files tab, and 1Password integration. Dropbox for iOS will also gain the ability to create Microsoft Office files including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents directly from the app soon.

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The ‘Recent’ tab is found on the bottom left of the new app version and displays a list of files stored in Dropbox that you’ve last added or modified for quick access. The new tab is similar to the “Recently Changed’ activity view on the Dropbox menu bar app; the tab also resembles the Dropbox widget in Notification Center on iOS 8.

Dropbox for iOS also now supports commenting on files and mentioning other users. The collaboration feature first made its way to the web last week. Users can mention others by name or email address, and the app now includes notifications for new activity. 1Password users with the app installed will notice the ability to open the security vault from within the Dropbox sign-in view.

Dropbox explains the new Microsoft Office integration:

In the next few weeks we’ll be adding the ability to create Microsoft Office docs right from the Dropbox iPhone and iPad apps, so you won’t have to wait until you’re at your computer to start a project or write down notes. The Word, Excel, or Powerpoint file you create will be saved into whatever Dropbox folder you were in when you tapped ‘Create document,’ so you can access it on any of your other devices or on the web.

The integration of Microsoft Office with Dropbox on iOS now gives Apple’s iWork suite another challenger combining software with a cloud-based service.


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Apple TV picks up new USA NOW and CBS Sports channels

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The redesigned Apple TV and its accompanying streaming service are still nowhere to be seen, but Apple beefed up its channel offerings for its little black box today, adding new icons for USA Now and CBS Sports. The new Applemf.gif


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Apple Pay Gains 24 More Participating Issuers in United S...

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Apple-Pay-250x434.pngApple updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list today with 24 additional banks, credit unions and financial institutions supporting the contactless payment service in the United States. Apple Pay now has nearly 250 participating issuers nationwide, and several hundred more plan to support the NFC-based mobile payment service in the future.

The full list of new Apple Pay participating issuers is reflected below, although it's worth noting that some banks, credit unions and financial institutions listed may have already had support for the contactless payments service for quite some time and are only now being reflected on Apple's website.

The full list of new Apple Pay participating issuers:
  • Bellwether Community Credit Union
  • Benchmark Federal Credit Union
  • Blackhawk Community Credit Union
  • Community America Credit Union
  • Community First Credit Union
  • Connections Credit Union
  • cPort Credit Union
  • Denver Fire Department FCU
  • Electro Savings Credit Union
  • Elements Financial FCU
  • First Financial Credit Union
  • Greater Nevada Credit Union
  • Harvard Universities Employees Credit Union
  • Interra Credit Union
  • Kern Schools Federal Credit Union
  • Nusenda Credit Union
  • People’s Trust Federal Credit Union
  • Premier America Credit Union
  • Premier Members Federal Credit Union
  • SAFE Credit Union
  • Scient Federal Credit Union
  • The Bancorp Bank
  • Tucson Federal Credit Union
  • Union Bank & Trust Co.

Apple Pay remains available in the United States only, although Apple is committed to an international rollout of the mobile payments service in additional countries such as Canada, China and the United Kingdom. Canada, a well-prepared candidate for Apple Pay, could be the first country to embrace the service outside of the United States as early as November according to The Wall Street Journal.mf.gif


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Luxury watchmaker IWC takes on Apple Watch with new strap...

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