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Saturday June 23, 2018. 06:00 AM
The most popular stories this week revolved around this fall's iOS 12 and tvOS 12 -- and as you might expect, Apple's upcoming iPhones.
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83: DNS first tested - 99: Convergence - 00: Low end workhorses - The wrong OS - 03: Power Mac G5 - Hosed by UPS again - 04: Listen to your iPod on your car stereo - SharePoints - 05: Dell wants OS X - 06: Make your Mac region free - 08: Power Mac pulled me back from the...
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A security researcher recently discovered a flaw in Apple's iOS that allows anyone with a Lightning cable the ability to bypass an iPhone or iPad's passcode attempt limit, opening the door to brute force attacks.
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Apple Business Chat, the company's business-focused messaging feature, made its way to Europe this week as the backbone of a concierge service providing information and guidance to Cannes Lions festival attendees.
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We dug through the permits Elon Musk's automaker filed for the right to start building Model 3 sedans in a semi-permanent tent outside its Fremont factory.
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Really, I just loved the first line of this piece by Josh Constine at TechCrunch, enough so I needed to make a nice graphic for it. It’s all about how Facebook leaked a bunch of app data meant for app owners (bad enough IMO) to app testers. Oops. It’s cool, though, bro,...
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The squeaky butterfly switch gets the grease.
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This is far from a comprehensive list of the best tech ads in the last 35 years, but it’s a quick trip back in time to some of the best. Writing for TechCrunch, Sarah Wells offers thoughts and the videos for several Apple spots; the annoying (but definitely successful) “Dude,...
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This is far from a comprehensive list of the best tech ads in the last 35 years, but it’s a quick trip back in time to some of the best. Writing for TechCrunch, Sarah Wells offers thoughts and the videos for several Apple spots; the annoying (but definitely successful) “Dude,...
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Apple has posted a new Keyboard Service Program for MacBook and MacBook Pro. See post for details and list of Eligible Models. (They also include info on applying for a refund if an affected owner paid for a keyboard repair.)
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The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) gave privacy a bit of a lifeline on Friday by ruling that a warrant is required to get cell phone tower location data from carriers.
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Friday June 22, 2018. 11:41 PM
Apple said that affected devices may have “one or more keys or the whole keyboard” replaced for free, and those who have already paid for such service may be eligible for a refund.
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Back in April, we learned that Amazon is working on a family robot. Now, LoupVentures  has gone into considerable detail in its analysis of this project. In part: “Amazon’s robot could open up new market opportunities. According to The Information, Amazon has...
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The new “butterfly” keyboard featured on the MacBook and MacBook Pro has been contentious to say the least. Users don’t like the key action and travel or the noise it makes. Perhaps more importantly, the keyboard appears to have some technical problems. You don’t...
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Apple on Friday launched a service program for a "small percentage" of MacBook and MacBook Pro models exhibiting keyboard failures, the company's first official action to reconcile complaints concerning alleged flaws in its butterfly keyboard design.
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Last week the Association of Independent Commercial Producers announced the winners of its annual awards honoring...
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With macOS Mojave now in developer beta, many will want to try it out as soon as the public beta is released. There are some ways to do this with care and caution and still have fun.
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Apple today launched a keyboard repair program for MacBook and MacBook Pro models equipped with butterfly keys to address complaints over letters or characters that repeat unexpectedly, letters or characters that do not appear, and keys that feel 'sticky' or do not respond...
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Our friends at Stack Commerce put together a great deal for us on Setapp from MacPaw. With one subscription, you get access to more than 60 curated apps all in a single, easily navigable library. One year is normally $119, but it’s $69 through our deal.
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Keep your money in your wallet, because now is the absolute worst time to buy a MacBook or MacBook Pro...
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