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4 days ago

Apple: Most OS X users safe from 'Shellshock' exploit, patch coming quickly for advanced Unix users

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Apple: Most OS X users safe from 'Shellshock' exploit, patch coming quickly for advanced Unix users

Apple is aware of the recently discovered bash exploit nicknamed Shellshock, and is working quickly to provide a software update for OS X, the operating system that runs on the Mac.

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4 days ago

A macro look at the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in micro-fine detail

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A macro look at the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in micro-fine detail

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are brand new takes on Apple's iconic design. They're bigger, thinner, and their edges are rounded. The camera rises now from the casing even as the screen glides seamlessly into the edge. And the screens have gone from Retina to Retina HD to even denser Retina HD. Combined, how much of a difference does all this make? To find out I grabbed a Canon 5D Mark III and an EF 100mm F2.8 L IS USM Macro lens, and I shot the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 alongside last year's iPhone 5s at every angle. Enjoy!

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4 days ago

Apple releases iOS 8.0.2, addresses previous update errors

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Apple releases iOS 8.0.2, addresses previous update errors

Apple has released iOS 8.0.2. It's available now via Settings > General > Update or over Lightning to USB tether to iTunes on your Mac or PC. This comes just one day after the iOS 8.0.1 update left iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus customers unable to use Touch ID or connect to cellular networks. Apple promised a fix within days and delivered it with a day. Apple also once agains apologized for the bugs:

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4 days ago

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus now available in over 20 new countries, did you get one?

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iPhone 6 and 6 Plus now available in over 20 new countries, did you get one?

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are hitting store shelves in over 20 more countries as the calendar ticks over to September 26th in the respective regions. Folks in New Zealand and East Asia can now get their hands on the latest devices — on account of time zones, it's the next day there already — and those in many European countries will have their shot here soon as well.

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4 days ago

Camera+ update brings manual controls, photo extensions, to iOS 8

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Camera+ update brings manual controls, photo extensions, to iOS 8

Camera+, one of the most popular photography apps on the iPhone, has been update to version 6.0. It's iOS 8-only now, meaning it won't work with prior versions of iOS, but it does add manual camera controls and photo extensions, two of the most anticipated new features, and better macro photography as well.

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4 days ago

Here are the 5 tests Apple put the iPhone 6 Plus through to make sure it could stand up to skinny hipster jeans

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Here are the 5 tests Apple put the iPhone 6 Plus through to make sure it could stand up to skinny hipster jeans

Apple opened up their testing facilities today to show the world how they put the iPhone 6 Plus through more than its paces long before releasing it to the public. Tests during the development cycle include 3-point bending, pressure point cycling, sit, torsion, and real-life user studies.

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4 days ago

New and updated apps: Anomaly Defenders, Kinomatic, PrintLife 2

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New and updated apps: Anomaly Defenders, Kinomatic, PrintLife 2

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got hot new games, a cool photography app, and a new printing project app for the Mac!

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4 days ago

FBI wants you to lock up data, but allow tech companies to keep the keys

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FBI wants you to lock up data, but allow tech companies to keep the keys

FBI Director James Comey expresses deep concern about the new encryption technologies that Apple had built into the release of iOS 8 and Google will implement with the forthcoming launch of Android L. These new encryption methods are designed to keep data safe and for tech companies to avoid the uncomfortable position of being compelled to hand over private personal data to law enforcement officials. However, Comey says that this move could thwart the fight and prevention of crime.

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4 days ago

Best apps with Notification Center widgets for iOS 8: All the things at a glance!

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Best apps with Notification Center widgets for iOS 8: All the things at a glance!

One of the best new features of iOS 8 is the ability to add widgets for your favorite apps to Notification Center. Since iOS 8 is brand new, not all apps have added widgets just yet. However, we've found some that we think are particularly great and worth your attention right now. So if you don't want to search for apps that support widgets, these are the best apps that not only support widgets, but will provide useful utility in your daily life!

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4 days ago

ProCamera 8 puts focus on HDR and manual controls

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ProCamera 8 puts focus on HDR and manual controls

ProCamera 8 is a new camera app built specifically for iOS 8. The app focuses on HDR and manual camera controls in an effort to create the most powerful photo experience possible.

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4 days ago

Afterlight brings photo extensions, more in version 2.6

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Afterlight brings photo extensions, more in version 2.6

Camera and photo-editing app Afterlight has been updated to version 2.6, adding new features for iOS 8 users, including extension support. The update also lets you share your Fusion filters.

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4 days ago

Apple responds to #bendgate: your pockets are holding your iPhone 6 Plus correctly

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Apple responds to #bendgate: your pockets are holding your iPhone 6 Plus correctly

It appears that the scandal behind the iPhone 6 Plus' #bendgate crisis has been blown out of proportion. Apple had responded to concerns that the iPhone 6 Plus' shell can bend under normal stress when being transported inside the pockets of pants by saying that the issue is so minimal that they've only received 9 complaints to date.

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4 days ago

Remedy to co-develop Agents of Storm for iPhone and iPad for fall launch

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Remedy to co-develop Agents of Storm for iPhone and iPad for fall launch

Finland developer Remedy, best known as the creators behind the Max Payne and Alan Wake series of games, will be co-developing an all new game, Agents of Storm, that will be released first for the iPhone and iPad later this fall.

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4 days ago

Hyperlapse 1.1 lets you make time-lapse selfies

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Hyperlapse 1.1 lets you make time-lapse selfies

Instagram has updated Hyperlapse video app to version 1.1, adding the ability to take time-lapse videos with the iPhone's front-facing camera. So if you've been wanting to add a little more to your selfies, then this is the update for you.

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4 days ago

The 'Shellshock' Bash vulnerability and what it means for OS X

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The 'Shellshock' Bash vulnerability and what it means for OS X

Word is spreading on info security websites that there's a vulnerability in a Unix program called Bash. Bash, or Bourne-Again Shell, is standard issue on the Mac, and at this writing, the latest version of OS X — 10.9.5 — has a version that's vulnerable to this new exploit. Should Mac users be concerned about this new security issue? Sure. Should we panic? No, and here's why...

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