Earlier this week, researchers from several universities published a report exposing a string of security vulnerabilities in iOS and OS X. The vulnerabilities, all labeled as XARA weaknesses, let malicious apps approved on the Mac and iOS App Stores gain access to sensitive data like passwords.
Apple will be streaming a lot from WWDC — including the keynote and 30 sessions from the conference later this week at developer.apple.com.
Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference is about to get started beginning with what will likely be a keynote from Tim Cook and other executives.
Source: How to watch Apple’s live stream from WWDC 2015
Apple’s iPhone and iPad beta may be unveiled June 8
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Apple has been looking to make significant additions to its battery technology team since the beginning of March, with a special emphasis on iOS devices, newly listed positions available at the company reveal. (more…)
Some new features may be on the way for commuters. For those relying on public transportation such as bus and subways, a recent patent may reveal Apple’s upcoming plans for addition’s to Apple’s MAPS app.
Apple announced their TestFlight Beta program, is now LIVE. It allows Developers to release beta builds of their apps to users. (more…)
The next-generation of the Mac OS is very near it’s release. Some speculate that we could see it in as soon as 3 weeks, as Apple on released a golden master candidate of OS X Yosemite to developers for testing.
Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s release of the iOS 8.0.1 software update, cut off user’s ability to make calls via iPhones. Creating yet another major blow up in the saga of the iOS 8 roll out. This issue appears to have a link to another that’s still fresh in people’s minds: the 2012 introduction of a new maps program.