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The HomePod May Damage Your Wooden Furniture

When you’re thinking about where you’re going to locate your sleek new HomePod, think twice about putting it on a wooden surface. The HomePod’s vibration-dampening silicone base can react with oiled wood surfaces, leaving unsightly rings. Learn how to avoid the problem or clean it up if your table has already been marked.

 
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Default Folder X 5.2.2

Alfred 3.6

Rescue Blurry Photos with Live Photos in iOS 11

Apple Launches Repair Program for iPhone 7 “No Service” Issues

Keyboard Maestro 8.0.5

Fixing PDFs Whose Pages Render as Black Rectangles in Preview

Bad Apple #1: iCloud Photo Library Re-uploading

SoundSource 3.0.3

Dictation Eases Data Entry

What to Do If Your iPad Gets Disabled By Too Many Passcode Entries

 

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LaunchBar 6.9.4

Default Folder X 5.2

Apple Apologizes for iPhone Battery Issue, Drops Replacement Prices to $29

Solving a Washed-Out Display Problem

LaunchBar 6.9.3

Default Folder X 5.1.9

High Sierra Bug Provides Full Root Access

KeyCue 8.6

Apple Starts Pushing High Sierra on Unsuspecting Mac Users

iOS 11.1.1 Puts the “i” Back in iOS

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