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  2. Hi-light the videos you want to convert to ProRes... Right Click..... Select... Encode Selected Video Files... Change the setting to Apple ProRes. The clips will be encoded to ProRes (size at 100%) 422/LPCM audio. You'll just set back and wait for the encoding to be finished (this too is very fast.). The finished encoded videos will be in the same folder that the original videos are in.
  3. This bug has existed since 10.11. If Safari on your Mac is crashing a lot, especially in Facebook, disable Smart Search Field prefs. Wasted hours upon hours on this...
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    iPhone X may be discontinued this year (2018)

    AppleInsider has posted a correction/editorial of this rumor, claiming that this isn't true: http://appleinsider.com/articles/18/01/26/iphone-x-doomsayers-lack-basic-reading-comprehension-skills-or-theyre-purposefully-dishonest My opinion: I suspect that it's far more likely that Apple will release two additional iterations of the iPhone X (the rumored different screen sizes) that WILL include TouchID under the glass, and that will correct the glaring and stupid removal of the iconic Home Button by introducing a virtual Home Button (thus, correcting the veritable UI clusterfuck that resulted from this). Once that happens, the original iPhone X would end up being an orphaned product, no matter how much it might be reduced in price - thus, it is far more likely that the original iPhone X receives the same TouchID /Home Button update, and will be kept in the line-up ... albeit, technically, it means that the initially released model will be discontinued. This is most likely what will happen (especially since this will mirror what Apple has done several times in the past, when they corrected a flawed product and hadn't even changed the model number.)
  5. In short - the entire $350 billion/5 year investment plan was already long in the cards before any talk about tax plans from the government - but kudos to Tim Cook for leveraging it to Apple‘s benefit. All the various investment and tax „experts“ are eating it up, demonstrating once again that they don’t actually understand their own „expertise“.
  6. They haven’t committed to full repatriation, or even repatriating $350 billion - and their talk of investing those $350 billion over 5 years comes more from domestic profits that they will be reinvesting and receive full deductions from. The point of repatriating money that is not being paid taxes on escapes me anyway - the govt gains no benefit from that. Neither does the company repatriating. Mind you, in Apple‘s case, they can and probably will repatriate SOME of the funds, in order to pay off and pay back the funds and loans they took out for domestic expenditures and shareholder payments. Those payments, then, become deductions. They have no incentive to repatriate all their offshore profits, since they still have overseas expenditures to pay. Besides, in 5 years, they will have replenished $200 billion (yes, that’s how much money they have, and make).
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