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The things you don’t know can hurt you! On Rocket Yard, Steve Sande reports: Do you have a recent MacBook Pro? While these powerful notebooks have USB-C / Thunderbolt 3 ports on both sides, we’re going to tell you why … Continue reading
The more things change… From Klint Finley, on Wired, today: In 1987, Apple moved its software products, such as MacPaint and the office suite AppleWorks, into a new subsidiary called Claris. But by 1998, most of Claris’ products had either … Continue reading
iOS 10.3.3 is a major security update. Alfred Ng, on CNET, reports the following: Apple released a security patch on Wednesday that you should really consider updating to if you enjoy using Wi-Fi on your iOS devices. So, you know, … Continue reading
Graphic from the article Zach Epstein has been busy! There are now three of his posts on BGR on iOS 9 features. You must see them: the 9 best new features in iOS 9 (yesterday afternoon) 15 great new hidden … Continue reading
View image | gettyimages.com Where’s the Orkin Man when you need him? On AppleInsider this morning: Bug forces Apple to delay watchOS 2 launch at last minute
Spotted this: iOS 9 tips: Disconnect from a Bluetooth accessory without making your iPhone forget it on AppleInsider this morning. It took Apple this long to implement? Thanks to Neil Hughes for the tip.
View image | gettyimages.com Be very, very careful about what buttons you push, when and where, on your devices. As an Ohio business exec ruefully discovered, Butt dialers beware: If you don’t lock your phone, it’s OK to eavesdrop: … Continue reading