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Beats Pill XL Speaker Recall Program

Apple has determined that, in rare cases, the battery in the Beats Pill XL Speaker may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. This product has been sold worldwide since January 2014 by Beats, Apple, and other retailers.

Q: My Beats solo 3 won't turn on or connect (wireless), but works fine when I use the cord to plug it from the beats to the device.

My beats solo 3 has been acting up, I can't turn it on or off. It doesn't seem to reset, and the Fuel Gauge Flash never turns on (only when charging). I've tried everything I could think of, I can't find someone with a similar problem and a solution to fix it. I don't want to have to go repair it, can someone help me?

Logic Pro X: Automatically beat map regions

Automatically beat map regions Logic Pro can automatically beat map audio or MIDI regions using the Beats from Region command. You can select the note value to use for automatic mapping, and select the beat -mapping algorithm. Apply automatic beat mapping Select the region you want to beat map. Click the title “ Beat Mapping” in the Beat Mapping track, and choose Beats from Region from the shortcut menu. In the Set Beats by Guide Region(s) dialog, choose the note value to use for beat mapping

Visual/Mechanical Inspection (VMI) Guide for Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones

The Visual/Mechanical Inspection (VMI) helps you determine whether a customer’s described issue with the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones was caused by a defect in materials and workmanship, accidental damage, or an unauthorized modification, and then determine which service type to use. Defects in materials and workmanship are eligible for service under Apple’s Limited Warranty or applicable consumer law. Some forms of accidental damage may be eligible for out-of­-warranty service at a cost

Logic Pro X: Beat mapping overview

Beat mapping overview When Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane, you can access the Beat Mapping track. Beat mapping lets you map notes that don’t follow a strict tempo with beats in the ruler. When you play the project, the project tempo adjusts so that the beat -mapped notes are aligned with beats in the ruler. Beat mapping has the following uses: The metronome click reflects the beat -mapped tempo when you make subsequent recordings. You can apply Quantize

GarageBand for Mac: Edit the timing of notes and beats

Edit the timing of notes and beats Flex Time simplifies the process of editing the timing of notes, beats , and other events in audio regions. You can compress or expand the time between specified events without the need for trimming, moving, nudging, or crossfading. You edit the timing of notes and beats in audio regions using flex markers. In the Audio Editor, you add a flex marker at a specific point of the waveform you want to edit. Clicking a peak in the waveform (called a transient) adds

iTunes for Mac: Listen to Beats 1 or Apple Music Radio

Listen to Beats  1 or Apple Music Radio Beats  1 is a worldwide radio station that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s a great way to discover new songs and artists, or to keep up with your favorites. Beats 1 is part of Apple Music, and is available to members and nonmembers alike—with members able to access shows on demand. With Apple Music Radio, you can enjoy on-demand radio that’s tailored for you from the most popular music in the iTunes Store. You can tune in to featured

Use the Beat Sequencer in GarageBand for iOS

To get started using Beat Sequencer, either create a new song or open an existing one. If you've created a new song, the Sound browser opens automatically. If you want to add Beat Sequencer to an existing song, tap  to open the Sound browser. In the sound browser, swipe until you see Drums, then tap Beat Sequencer.

Apple Watch Edition (1st generation) - Technical Specifications

Gold, black cap   18-Karat Yellow Gold, blue cap Height: 42.0mm - Width: 35.9mm - Depth: 10.5mm - Case (yellow gold): 69g - Case (rose gold): 67g Apple Watch Edition features 18-karat yellow or rose gold case Sapphire crystal Retina display with Force Touch Ceramic back Digital Crown Heart rate sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope Ambient light sensor Speaker and microphone Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz) Bluetooth 4.0 Up to 18 hours of battery life1

Apple Watch Series 3 Edition - safety, warranty, and regulatory information

Apple Watch Edition Info Apple Watch User Guide Review the Apple Watch User Guide before using Apple Watch. Go to help.apple.com/watch, download the ePub version from the iBooks Store (where available) or, after pairing, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone and tap My Watch, then go to General > About > View the Apple Watch User Guide. Retain documentation for future reference. Safety and Handling See “Safety and Handling” in the Apple Watch User Guide. Apple Watch, some of the bands

Logic Pro X: Use beat mapping on audio regions

Use beat mapping on audio regions Beat mapping audio regions works similarly to beat mapping MIDI regions. If the audio regions don’t contain tempo information, they must be analyzed to find transients (short amplitude peaks, usually at rhythmically prominent positions), which can be mapped to a ruler position, before you can use them for beat mapping. Transients appear as blue vertical lines in the lower part of the Beat Mapping track, aligned to peaks in the audio waveform. If no transients

Apple Watch Series 2 Edition - safety, warranty, and regulatory information

Apple Watch Edition Info Apple Watch User Guide Review the Apple Watch User Guide before using Apple Watch. Go to help.apple.com/watch, download the ePub version from the iBooks Store (where available) or, after pairing, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone and tap My Watch, then go to General > About > View the Apple Watch User Guide. Retain documentation for future reference. Safety and Handling See “Safety and Handling” in the Apple Watch User Guide. Apple Watch, some of the bands

Logic Pro X: Use beat mapping on MIDI regions

Use beat mapping on MIDI regions You can beat map MIDI regions to adjust the project tempo so that freely recorded notes in the regions align with beats in the ruler. Apply beat mapping to MIDI regions Select the regions that you want to use for beat mapping. A representation of the selected regions appears in the Beat Mapping track. Tip: You may want to zoom in to work more precisely. In the Beat Mapping track, click the first (leftmost) ruler position that you want to associate with a MIDI

iTunes for Windows: Listen to Beats 1 or Apple Music Radio

Listen to Beats  1 or Apple Music Radio Beats  1 is a worldwide radio station that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s a great way to discover new songs and artists, or to keep up with your favorites. Beats 1 is part of Apple Music, and is available to members and nonmembers alike—with members able to access shows on demand. With Apple Music Radio, you can enjoy on-demand radio that’s tailored for you from the most popular music in the iTunes Store. You can tune in to featured

Apple Watch Edition (1st gen) - safety, warranty, and regulatory information

Apple Watch Edition Info Apple Watch User Guide Review the Apple Watch User Guide before using Apple Watch. Go to help.apple.com/watch, download the ePub version from the iBooks Store (where available), or open the Apple Watch app on iPhone and tap My Watch, then go to General > About > View the Apple Watch User Guide. Retain documentation for future reference. Safety and Handling See “Safety, Handling, and Support” in the Apple Watch User Guide. Apple Watch, some of the bands

iMovie '11: Types of special effects you can apply to video and photos

Types of special effects you can apply to video and photos iMovie includes several tools for adding special effects to video and photos in your projects. Video effects Video effects apply a stylized filter to still images and video to modify their appearance. Examples of video effects include dream, sepia, negative, and x-ray. Audio effects Audio effects apply a filter to any type of audio clip—including the audio that was recorded with your video—modifying the sound in interesting ways

Q: Beats registration free apple music

Any word on how to redeem the three months free Apple Music when registering beats headphones? When putting the code in when you register doesn't allow you to register the headphones, (not utting the code in registers them but doesn't honor the 3 free months). However if you try to redeem the code to iTunes or Apple Music using that code it says it's not valid.

Q: Beats Wireless

Hello Guys,   Can anyone please assist me with establisihing bluetooth connection between my Beats Wireless and my Macbook? The headset does easily connect with my iphone; however, when i try to use it with my mac it pair and configures successfully but does not connect. Please help.

macOS Sierra: Use special characters in the phone number your modem dials

Use special characters in the phone number your modem dials You can include special characters, known as dialing modifiers, in the phone number your modem dials. Dialing modifiers change the way the number is dialed. For example, inserting a comma (,) in a phone number inserts a 1-second pause between the numbers. This might be useful if you’re calling from a phone line that requires you to dial a number for an outside line. Inserting a pause gives the phone enough time to establish

Numbers for Mac: Use accents and special characters in a Numbers spreadsheet

Use accents and special characters in a Numbers spreadsheet You can insert special characters in text, such as mathematical symbols; letters with accent marks; arrows and emoticons; Japanese, Chinese, and Korean characters; and more. Add accents and other diacritical marks When you type a letter that needs an accent or other diacritical mark, hold down that key on the keyboard to display an accent menu. If the key doesn’t have any possible diacritical marks, the menu isn’t shown. In the menu

Pages for Mac: Use accents and special characters in a Pages document

Use accents and special characters in a Pages document You can insert special characters in text, including mathematical symbols; letters with accent marks; arrows and emoticons; Japanese, Chinese, and Korean characters; and more. If you want to add an equation or expression to your document without performing a calculation, see Format an equation with MathType. Add accents and other diacritical marks When you type a letter that needs an accent or other diacritical mark, hold down that key

Chinese Input Method: Enter punctuation and special characters with a Chinese input source

You can enter punctuation or special characters by using the punctuation window or the Character Viewer. To open the punctuation window, press Option-Shift-B. Add emoji and punctuation In the punctuation window, you can select from a list of facemarks (emoji) and punctuation symbols. If you don’t see the symbol you want in the window, search for it in the Character Viewer (to open the Character Viewer, click the Input menu in the menu bar, then choose Show Emoji & Symbols). Click the Input

Q: On new iPhone x there appears that there is not an indicator sign that show the phone is using Wi-Fi calling... or is there ? My old iPhone six would say att Wi-Fi  when in airplane mode and connect ed to wifi

Availability of Apple Music and iTunes Match

Find your country or region below to see if you can: Join Apple Music. Change to an Apple Music Annual Individual Membership. Get an Apple Music Student Membership. Get access to TV & Movies. See what friends are listening to in Apple Music. Listen to Radio. Listen to Beats 1 on Radio. Subscribe to iTunes Match.  

Keynote for Mac: Use accents and special characters in a Keynote presentation

Use accents and special characters in a Keynote presentation You can insert special characters in text, such as mathematical symbols; letters with accent marks; arrows and emoticons; Japanese, Chinese, and Korean characters; and more. Add accents and other diacritical marks When you type a letter that needs an accent or other diacritical mark, hold down that key on the keyboard to display an accent menu. If the key doesn’t have any possible diacritical marks, the menu isn’t shown. In the menu

iBooks Author: Audio and video files don't play when document and widget filenames have special characters

iBooks Author document filenames (the name of the .iba file) and HTML widget filenames (the name of the .wdgt bundle) should contain only letters, numbers, underscores, and periods. If the document filename or HTML widget filename contains any special characters, widgets in that book will not be able to play audio or video. Special characters that are known to cause issues include, but are not limited to: spaces question marks percent signs

iBooks Author: Add special characters, symbols, and mathematical symbols

Add special characters, symbols, and mathematical symbols Use the Characters window to insert special characters, such as mathematical symbols, letters with accent marks, arrows, dingbats, and more. Insert a special character or symbol Place the insertion point where you want the special character or symbol to appear. Choose Edit > Special Characters. In the Characters window, select a category by clicking icons at the bottom, then double-click a character to insert it. For more information

Logic Pro X: Speaker placement

Speaker placement The physical positioning of speakers is key to creating mixes that translate well to other surround playback systems. Because the 5.1 format is the most widely used, this section covers 5.1 speaker placement. Much of this information can be applied to the other formats. Front speakers The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) 5.1 surround definition states that front speakers should be arranged left, center, and right, with the angle between the left or right

macOS Sierra: If you can’t hear sound from your speakers

If you can’t hear sound from your speakers First, make sure any volume controls in the app you’re using aren’t turned all the way down. Also, try playing a different audio file, CD, or DVD, or try playing the file or disc on another computer or media player to isolate the problem. Then, try the following solutions. If you’re trying to listen through your computer’s built-in speakers Unplug any headphones or external speakers . Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sound, then click

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