The new Magic accessories are out—or "meh-gic" if you're not blown away. They're nice and all, but you can get better keyboards and mice for the same money, and the trackpad's addition of Force Touch just isn't crucial enough, until there's more in OS X that makes Force Touch worthwhile. Check out our reviews for more.
Elsewhere, it's an Apple-scented potpourri of topics, from iWork updates to removing yourself from the beta cycle, to patent lawsuits, to accessibility features everyone could benefit from. Tim Cook also gave us our next date to look forward to: October 26 is the start of Apple TV preorders.
Tim Cook shares Apple Music subscriber numbers and Apple TV ship date by Caitlin McGarry
Apple Magic Keyboard review: Should have called it basic by Susie Ochs
Force Touch on the Mac needs a little more oomph by Jason Snell
Use iOS's Guided Access to disable Photos delete and other app features by Glenn Fleishman
Handy iOS and OS X accessibility features everyone should know by Christopher Phin
Jury orders Apple to pay $234 million in iPhone chip patent case by Stephen Lawson
How to uninstall Flash Player from your Mac by Susie Ochs
Emergency Flash Player patch fixes critical flaw being exploited in the wild by Lucian Constantin
Apple pulls iOS apps mining your iPhone for private data by Caitlin McGarry
Unenrolling from Apple's beta programs: back up or back out by Glenn Fleishman
Kill the password? Yahoo tries it and it works by Glenn Fleishman
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