The digital world isn’t always a permanent one. The images you see and videos you watch today could be gone tomorrow. And between all of your video calls, phone chats, and other online tasks, there’s a lot of brainstorming, workshopping, dialoguing, and more that you could lose without an actual record. With AnyMP4, users can record their live streams, meetings, and tutorials with ease, all without losing quality. The package starts with AnyMP4 Screen Recorder for Mac, which can record what happens across your entire desktop screen. This includes live streams from YouTube or Twitch, recordings of Zoom video conferences, or even instructional videos. And you can select the boundaries of what gets recorded with both predefined and customized picture sizes. A program that Software Informer says “produces video and audio recordings of high quality,” AnyMP4 lets users annotate videos, add watermarks, adjust audio levels, create GIF animations, and set up scheduled times for recordings to activate and start capturing automatically. This bundle also includes AnyMP4 Audio Recorder, a simple way to handle all your audio capture needs. It lets you record playback audio feeding through your Mac and works as a voice recorder with your built-in or plug-in mic. You can record podcasts, narrate videos, or archive VoIP calls and save those files in various formats. “This audio recorder impressed me greatly with its diferente audio formats and smooth running,” user Jennifer reported. Regularly $99, you can pick up the AnyMP4 Screen & Audio Recorder for Mac: Lifetime Subscription Bundle now at 70% off, now just $29.99. AnyMP4 Screen & Audio Recorder for Mac: Lifetime Subscription Bundle – $29.99 See Deal Prices subject to change
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We’re expecting a wide range of upgrades for this year’s iPhone refresh, including a 48MP camera, notchless-design, and a new size, but there’s one thing we might not be too excited to see: the price. For the past several years, the iPhone lineup has remained essentially the same. There’s an entry level model that starts at $699, a Pro model that starts at $999, and a Max model that starts at $1,099. It’s been that way since the iPhone 11 and we expected the iPhone 14 to follow suit, even with some nice rumored upgrades for the Pro models. That might not be the case. According to LeaksApplePro, Apple is planning a price hike for the iPhone 14 lineup pretty much across the board. With the removal of the iPhone 12 mini, the cheapest iPhone will now start at $799 and it only goes up from there: iPhone 14: $799 iPhone 14 Max: $899 iPhone 14 Pro: $1,099 iPhone 14 Pro Max: $1,199LeaksApplePro blames the price hike on increased production costs and the need to have a wide enough gap between the 14 Max and the 14 Pro. Apple has traditionally separated the iPhone and iPhone Pro lines by at least $200. This pricing lineup would mark the first time since the iPhone X that Apple hasn’t offered an iPhone that costs $999. It also means the iPhone 14 Pro Max could top $1,999 for the first time if the rumors of a 2TB storage option come to fruition. Apple is already taking a gamble with the iPhone 14 Pro, which is expected to get an exclusive design, chip, and camera. But it remains to be seen if iPhone buyers will be willing to fork over an extra $100 for the privilege.
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