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25 Amazing Apple Recipes

25 Amazing Apple Recipes

Health
Yes, you can eat pie à la mode eve when on a diet! This slice has only 4 grams of fat—15 less than some traditional recipes—and still boasts a tender, flaky crust. A mix of Gala and Granny Smith apples guarantees a perfect filling. Ingredients: Flour, whole-wheat flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, unsalted butter, reduced-fat cream cheese, water, lemons, Gala and Granny Smith apples, brown sugar, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, egg, low-fat vanilla ice cream Calories: 260 per slice Try this recipe: Ultimate Apple Pie
Watch: Jason Momoa is blind and brutal in Apple original ‘See” trailer

Watch: Jason Momoa is blind and brutal in Apple original ‘See” trailer

Entertainment
Sept. 10 (UPI) -- Apple released the trailer for its original series, See, on Tuesday. Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard star in the Apple TV + original series that premieres Nov. 1. In a post-apocalyptic world, humans have lost the sense of sight. Momoa leads a tribe through the wilderness with only his other four senses. However, he discovers that new babies have the ability to see, making them valuable to enemies. While his tribe wants to give up the babies to protect themselves, his character fights for them. The trailer is action-packed with primitive battles and a harrowing rope bridge sequence. Momoa. The trailer touts the producer of the Planet of the Apes trilogy, referring to Peter Chernin, and the primal action shows. Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight also produces See. Hunger ...
Apple is set to unveil new iPhones tonight – here’s what to expect

Apple is set to unveil new iPhones tonight – here’s what to expect

Technology
By Tom Acres, technology reporter Like the sun comes up each morning, we move through life safe in the knowledge that Apple will unveil new iPhones each September.The tech giant hosts the media at its California campus at around this time every year to announce its next range of smartphones, and 2019's event will take place in the shadow of recent security and privacy scandals. Apple recently made changes to its Siri voice assistant following claims by an ex-worker that they "regularly" overheard confidential encounters - and had to address research by Google that suggested hackers have been using malicious software to harvest photos and contacts from iPhones.The firm will be hoping for more positive headlines about its product showcase...
Apple ‘sorry’ that workers listened to Siri voice recordings

Apple ‘sorry’ that workers listened to Siri voice recordings

Business
Apple has apologised following revelations that it paid third-party workers to listen to voice recordings of Siri users.The practice known as "grading" has been used by several tech firms as a way of improving the quality of speech recognition.However, Apple, Google and Microsoft all halted such work recently, following public outcry.Apple said it plans to resume grading - but only for Siri users who opt in.The firm added that in the future only its own employees will be able to access recordings, not third-party workers at contracted firms.Earlier this month, the company said it had halted grading following reports that workers had heard recordings containing intimate remarks made by Siri users.Such recordings can be made accide...