Apple : Une faille de sécurité permet de contrôler iPhone, iPad et Mac – 20 Minutes

Apple a recommandé aux possesseurs de certains modèles d’iPhone, iPad et Mac de mettre à jour le logiciel d’exploitation, qui présente une faille de sécurité permettant de prendre le contrôle de ces appareils. Sont concernés les iPhone 6 et modèles ultérieurs, tous les iPad Pro, les iPad de cinquième génération et suivantes, ainsi que les […]

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Apple avertit d’une faille de sécurité sur les iPhone, iPad et Mac – Le Devoir

Apple a recommandé aux possesseurs de certains modèles d’iPhone, iPad et Mac de mettre à jour le logiciel d’exploitation, qui présente une faille de sécurité permettant de prendre le contrôle de ces appareils. Sont concernés les iPhone 6 et modèles ultérieurs, tous les iPad Pro, les iPad de cinquième génération et suivantes, ainsi que les […]

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Apple met en garde contre une vulnérabilité sur iPhone, iPad et Mac – algeriemondeinfos.com

Agence de presse Un logo Apple décore la devanture d’un Apple Store du centre-ville de Brooklyn, en mars 2020, à New York. Apple a révélé mercredi de graves vulnérabilités de sécurité pour les appareils iPhone, iPad et Mac. San Francisco >> Apple a révélé de graves failles de sécurité pour les iPhones, iPads et Mac […]

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Pixelmator Photo Switches to Subscription Pricing, Launching on Mac by Next Year

The team behind the popular Pixelmator series of image editing apps today announced that the Pixelmator Photo app for the iPhone and iPad is switching to subscription-based pricing with an update rolling out now on the App Store. For new users, Pixelmator Photo now costs $4.99 per month or $23.99 per year, while existing users […]

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Apple Silicon Mac Pro Configurations: Everything We Know

Thanks to various reports and the launch of the Mac Studio earlier this year, there is an increasingly clear picture of what to expect from Apple silicon Mac Pro configurations later this year. The ‌Mac Pro‌ is one of the last Intel-based Mac models still on sale and the only remaining Mac product line with […]

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Apple Watch Series 8’s Body Temperature Sensor Won’t Do What You Think

The body temperature sensor rumored to come to this year’s Apple Watch Series 8 models is not expected to offer exact measurements, according to multiple reports from reliable sources. Body temperature monitoring for the Apple Watch has long been rumored by sources like Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, but over the past year rumors have crystalized […]

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National Parks Apple Watch Activity Challenge Launching on August 27

Apple’s annual National Parks activity challenge is set to take place on Saturday, August 27th, in celebration of national parks worldwide. Apple will ask Apple Watch owners to complete a hike, walk, run, or wheelchair workout of a mile to earn a special National Parks award. Let’s celebrate the beauty of national parks everywhere. On […]

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Apple Watch Series 3 vs. Apple Watch Series 8: 20 Major New Features and Changes for Customers Upgrading

It’s crazy to think about, but next month will mark five years since Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 3. Despite being a severely antiquated smartwatch, the Series 3 has remained at the bottom of Apple’s lineup for $199. Suppose you’re still holding on to your Apple Watch Series 3. In that case, this article […]

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Twelve South Debuts Curve Flex Stand for MacBooks

Popular Stories Everything Rumored for Apple’s September Event: iPhone 14, Apple Watch Pro and More There’s just about a month to go until Apple holds its annual September event focusing on new iPhone and Apple Watch models. We thought we’d take a quick look at everything that’s rumored for Apple’s September event to give MacRumors […]

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Review: Das Keyboard’s New ‘MacTigr’ is a Mechanical Keyboard for Mac Users

Das Keyboard today launched the MacTigr, a mechanical keyboard that’s designed specifically for Mac users. The full-sized keyboard is made from a high-quality black metal that has a clean, modern look, and it features Cherry MX Low Profile linear switches. Design wise, the MacTigr is slim, more so than the average mechanical keyboard. It measures […]

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Employee Claims Apple Has Threatened Termination Over Viral TikTok Video

An Apple employee says that Apple, a company she has worked at for over six years, is threatening to fire her over a viral TikTok video she made where she provides basic, commonsense, and publicly available tips on what to do if your iPhone is stolen. The employee, Paris Campbell, has nearly half a million […]

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Apple Lets Go of Recruiters as Company Slows Down Hiring

Apple is laying off as many as 100 of its recruiters responsible for finding and reviewing potential new applicants and full-time employees for the company as part of a broader crackdown on hiring and spending, Bloomberg has reported. The 100 recruiters, spread out across Apple’s offices in California, Texas, and Singapore, were told they were […]

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Upgraded Motion Sensors in AirPods Pro 2 to Enable Fitness Tracking

Apple’s second-generation AirPods Pro could feature fitness tracking capabilities for the first time thanks to updated motion sensors, reports indicate. Last year, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman said that the second-generation ‌‌AirPods Pro‌‌ will feature updated motion sensors and have a focus on fitness tracking. Previously, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested that Apple was looking to add […]

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iOS 16: How to Remove the Home Screen Search Button

In iOS 16, currently in beta, Apple has added a Search button on the Home Screen of iPhones, just above the Dock. If you don’t like this new addition and prefer the dots that signify the number of active ‌Home Screen‌ pages you have, you can turn it off. Keep reading to learn how. Performing […]

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Samsung Launches $3,500 ‘Odyssey Ark’ 55-Inch Curved Gaming Display

Samsung today announced the launch of the Odyssey Ark, which the company says is the world’s first 55-inch 4K curved display with a 165Hz refresh rate for improved gaming performance. Samsung first previewed the monitor at CES, but it is now available to order. Priced at $3,500, the Samsung Odyssey Ark features mini-LED technology with […]

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Apple’s Slowest iPhone Charger No Longer Available in Some Countries

Apple’s slowest iPhone charger with an outdated 5W USB port is no longer available to purchase in some countries around the world. As noted by Japanese blog Mac Otakara, the 5W charger is currently sold out on Apple’s online store in Japan. With a quick spot check, we found the charger is also sold out […]

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24 Years Ago, the First iMac Went on Sale: Relive Steve Jobs’ Iconic Presentation

On August 15, 1998, the first iMac, introduced by Steve Jobs just a few months prior, officially went on sale, marking a turning point for Apple and the first true consumer desktop from the company. “The excitement of the internet. The simplicity of Macintosh” is how Jobs described the first ‌iMac‌ during the now iconic […]

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Apple Watch SE vs. Apple Watch Series 8: New Features to Expect If You’ve Waited to Upgrade

The Apple Watch SE was announced in September 2020 and has been a popular Apple Watch model for customers looking for their first smartwatch or an affordable Apple Watch. ‌Apple Watch SE‌ customers may be wondering, however, what’s in store for them with the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8 and what new features they can […]

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Zoom Updates Mac App With Important Security Fix

Zoom has released a new version of its macOS app with a fix for a security vulnerability affecting the app’s automatic updates feature. In an August 13 security bulletin, Zoom said version 5.7.3 to version 5.11.3 of its macOS app contain a vulnerability in the auto-update process that can be exploited by a local low-privileged […]

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How to Use YouTube Picture-In-Picture in Safari on Mac

While we’re still wishing there was a native client for enjoying YouTube content, the web client isn’t all that bad. Sure, Google and YouTube have removed various features and made it next to impossible to use picture-in-picture mode on the iPhone, but the experience is still enjoyable. Related Reading How to Use YouTube App on […]

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