In another leak of information, there are rumors flying around that the much anticipated 12-inch MacBook Air will be debuting in the first quarter of 2015. The machine’s debut will also bring about another interesting change in the existing lineup of Apple notebooks. Read on after the jump for further details.

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Here’s how you can quickly add watermarks to photos and images in batches the easy way. More details and download link can be found here after the break.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide how you can remotely control iPhone, iPad from your PC / Mac. Complete instructions, including video tutorial, can be found after the jump.

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The weekend is great for many reasons, and one of them – particularly if you’re a user of Apple products in this case – is that developers tend to relax their prices. We’ve hand-picked a collection of iOS and Mac apps that, despite ordinarily costing money, are currently free of charge, and so if you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, join us after the fold to dive into the savings.

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Here’s how you can fix OS X Yosemite Spotlight bug which can potentially leak your personal data. More details and how to it can be found right after the jump.

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Following on from the news that the cost of Apple’s Developer Program would be increased in certain markets, including the United Kingdom and Germany, it has now been revealed that App and Mac App Store pricing structure will also be adjusted (read: raised) across much of the European Union, as well as Canada. The new prices will come into effect from tomorrow, and a full run-down of affected nations can be seen below.

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A day back, some key details pertaining to the elusive MacBook Air with Retina display were made public, and accompanying the revelations, we also saw some impressive renderings that offered a visual take on the abundance of information. Now, one of our favorite designers has taken it upon himself to mockup the 12-inch MacBook Air in various different settings, and if it is indicative of the final product, we’ve a great deal to be excited about.

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The 12-inch MacBook Air has been rumored ad nauseam over the past year or so, with Apple enthusiasts certain that the slick notebook will follow the lead of its more powerful cousin by incorporating a Retina display. Today, new details have emerged that paint a more vivid picture of what we can expect from the product’s apparent announcement around the time of WWDC, as well as some very interesting mockups.

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In order to develop and release applications through the App Store or Mac App Store, devs must be subscribed to Apple’s Developer program, which costs $99 per year in the United States. In the United Kingdom, the price has long been set at £60 per annum, which, at current exchange, is slightly cheaper than Stateside developers. However, Apple has hiked the price for some nations within the European Union, and while Brits looking to join the party will now have to pony up £79, the yearly premium has risen in Germany from €80 to €99.

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Rumors of a 12-inch Retina MacBook Air have been swirling for longer than we can remember, and there’s no doubt that people would buy it should such a thing ever be released. With Apple staying characteristically quiet though, it’s up to Apple’s competitors to nip in and take the market for itself.

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Spotify has established itself as the go-to music streaming service, with a vast catalog that has long since been well into the millions. As well as continuing to strike deals with publishers and labels to broaden the range of music available, Spotify has been busily improving the service in general, and likewise, third parties have also been getting in on the act to enhance the experience. If you’re a Mac user running the latest OS X 10.10 Yosemite, you can now control your Spotify right from the Notification Center, and below, we’ve got the details.

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Chinese company Xiaomi is making waves not just at home where it has cannibalized Samsung’s smartphone market share, but also worldwide where it has managed to gain itself a spot in the planet’s top 5 smartphone makers. One of the world’s biggest and fastest growing startups, Xiaomi is already setting its sights beyond the phone.

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Here’s a list of the biggest top 5 Apple fails from the year 2014. A lot happened in the past year, and we’ll go through each fail one by one!

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People do strange things at this time of year, and that includes just about anything that they can shoehorn some sort of Christmas, Santa Claus or elf reference into. If you’ve not had enough of the festive season just yet though and have a particular urge to start fiddling with your Wi-Fi network’s name, then we have something you just might like.

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Security updates – they’re important, okay? Yes they are. But you already knew that, didn’t you? Good, so the news that Apple has published a critical security update for OS X Mountain Lion all the way up to Yosemite, it’s already abundantly clear to you that it needs to be installed without any sort of delay.

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The Apple rumor mill is up and spinning again, and this time it’s the unsubstantiated 12-inch MacBook Air at the helm of this trend. Alleged reports are touting Apple’s new ultra thin notebook for a release in the first quarter of 2015, and we definitely have our fingers crossed for that.

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Here’s a list of paid iPhone, iPad and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Read on after the jump and save yourself some dollars!

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Continuity in OS X Yosemite is arguably one of the best features Apple has released in a long time creating a much needed synergy between its desktop and mobile platform. One such feature that allows you to take control of your iPhone through your Mac is the ability to make phone calls directly from OS X Yosemite. Traditionally these calls can be placed by going through your FaceTime contacts list, but a new app called DockPhone acts like a standalone phone app for your Mac allowing you to even dictate a number or contact to dial. More about it, after the jump.

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Here’s how you can speed up OS X Yosemite running on your older Mac. Complete details and what you need to follow can be found right here.

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Here’s how you can connect and use iPad as second monitor for Mac. More details and download link can be found right here.

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