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Category Archives: Apple
So… should you buy products from your preferred providers, or buy their stock? Never thought about such things? Neither I, until Phil Goodman brought this Web link up at the General meeting last night. Really interesting! We’re talking about Yaron … Continue reading
Not all is lost! Apple Stores are opening; slowly, perhaps, but it’s happening. On AppleInsider, Wesley Hilliard reports: Apple is slowly opening up stores around the globe as lockdown restrictions are lifted. Here’s where they’ve opened up, as well as … Continue reading
Key Points: During the WWDC 2020 keynote, Apple revealed iOS 14 with a new home screen for iPhones, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7 and more. It also said it will begin to switch to using its own Apple … Continue reading
WWDC starts today. We should be hearing lots of good stuff coming from Infinite Loop! Since WWDC is digital-only this year, I’m hoping we’ll be getting lots of online reports, videos, etc. I’ll share as much of it as I … Continue reading
And how did we shift from computers to architecture? Besides that my father-in-law was an architect? We’re talking about CPU architecture here, and Apple has a bit of a history: Over the last 36 years, the Apple Macintosh has had … Continue reading
On YouTube, Apple CEO Tim Cook explains Apple’s encryption and privacy policies, in a discussion with WSJ’s Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker at the Wall Street Journal’s technology conference in Laguna Beach, Calif., in October (2015). This was posted in February, 2016, … Continue reading
Privacy on iPhone commercial 1 Privacy on iPhone commercial 2 It’s Leonard’s fault!
Apple’s explanation of security, hardware security, system security, encryption and data protection, app security, services security It’s Leonard’s fault!
Wow! On Interesting Engineering today: Apple’s useful Sign in with Apple option that was disclosed in June 2019 received a fair bit of positive attention, and for good reason: it replaces social logins with a secure authentication system. On top … Continue reading