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On iOS, 'backdoors', and the eternal war between security and convenience

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On iOS, 'backdoors', and the eternal war between security and convenience

Earlier this week forensic researcher Jonathan Zdziarski's work on security exploits in iOS pairing records and potential data leaks in diagnostic services went viral. Unfortunately, it was his slides, which used more provocative language and lacked the context of his talk, and not his pay-walled yet far more understandable journal article, that made the rounds. Tragically, many in the media pounced on the attention-getting potential, posting alarming articles that did nothing but spread fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) to a mainstream customer-base that deserves much, much better. Apple responded with comments to iMore on Monday, and with a Knowledge Base (KB) article on Tuesday. However, there's been no word yet on whether or not the exploits and potential data leaks will be closed and, if they will be, how soon. So, what does it all mean?

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Deal of the Day: RevJams FlipBack Smart Cover for iPhone 5/5S

Deal of the Day: RevJams FlipBack Smart Cover for iPhone 5/5S

Today only: Purchase the RevJams FlipBack Smart Cover with Stand for iPhone 5/5S and save 63%

The FlipBack Cover is the smart and perfect choice for full protection of your device. Its 2 in 1 solution offers the standard protection of a case, plus a flexible cover that protects your iPhone's display and keeps your messages, calls and app updates private. If that's not enough, fold the cover into your own personal viewing stand!

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Modern Combat 5 for iPhone and iPad now available

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Modern Combat 5 for iPhone and iPad now available

We got an early look in our Modern Combat 5 review yesterday, and now y'all can get in on the best first-person-shooter to hit iOS in some time. This game rocks top-notch graphics, challenging multiplayer, and action gameplay honed over several generations of the franchise. What's most impressive here is the absolute lack of in-app purchases.

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Get up and groove with Dance Party TV for iPhone and Apple TV

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Get up and groove with Dance Party TV for iPhone and Apple TV

The team from Rolecule is back with a brand new game for your Apple TV, Dance Party TV. From the developers that brought you Motion Tennis in 2013, Dance Party TV is another iPhone game that uses AirPlay – and wizardry – to display a completely different game interface on your Apple TV. And as before, your iPhone and your motion is the controller.

I've spent a little time throwing down some moves with it – albeit, very poorly – and you know what? It's really good.

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Swatch denies working with Apple on the iWatch

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Swatch denies working with Apple on the iWatch

News broke out yesterday that Swatch is working with Apple on the iWatch.Today, in a statement passed on to Bloomberg, the famous brand of watches shot down reports by stating that "Swatch is not working with Apple on Smartwatches". This statement closes the VentureBeat report, which cited unknown sources.

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Razer Nabu will integrate with WeChat, expected to launch with sub-$100 price tag

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Razer Nabu will integrate with WeChat, expected to launch with sub-$100 price tag

Razer has confirmed that its up and coming Nabu wearable will integrate with the WeChat messaging service. The wearable is attempting to bind together both the smartwatch and fitness band, offering consumers a single product to carry out multiple tasks. The band itself is set to debut in China, before heading to the US and other targeted markets. As previously touched on, the retail price is expected to be less than $100.

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How to get ready for the Yosemite Public Beta without risking your Mac

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How to get ready for the Yosemite Public Beta without risking your Mac

Starting Thursday, Apple will be sending out invitations for the OS X Yosemite public beta. If you're hoping to be one of the folks who gets it, this is a good time to make sure that your Mac is ready for the big event.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Black & white

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Weekly Photo Contest: Black & white

Photo submission by HankAZ

This week's theme is Black & White! Interpret it as you will, and have some fun with it! It's a pretty broad theme, and lots of room for different perspectives, so take your best shot and maybe you'll be the winner next week!

The contest begins now and ends Tuesday, July 29th at 6 p.m. Eastern time. Good luck!

It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...

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Rumored Swatch partnership could mean that iWatch is a platform, not a product from Apple

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Rumored Swatch partnership could mean that iWatch is a platform, not a product from Apple

New rumors of the iWatch suggest that Apple's once rumored smartwatch may not be built by Apple itself, but through established watch brands like Swatch and Timex. While earlier rumors posited that the iWatch would be an actual Apple-made product, much in the same manner that the iPhone is Apple's smartphone, the latest round of rumors may indicate that Apple may be creating a smartwatch platform, and if true this mean that Apple could give Android Wear some serious competition.

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Extensibility in iOS 8: Explained

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Extensibility in iOS 8: Explained

Extensibility, one of the new features coming to iOS 8 this fall, is one of the most significant advancements since the launch of the App Store in 2008. With Extensibility, apps can project widgets into Notification Center's today view, provide custom upload and update functionality, and custom actions in Share Sheets, hook filters into the Photos app, provide custom keyboards system-wide, and access your files anywhere via iCloud Drive or third-party document providers like Dropbox or Google Drive. And they can do all this while maintaining the high level of security built into iOS. So, what are they and how do they all work?

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