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9to5Mac 10/21/2019 07:56
We’ve known since the that and smart speakers can eavesdrop on owners, and even phish them via voice. However, new research shows that new malicious apps with these capabilities continue to be approved by both companies. The two vulnerabilities – demonstrated in videos below – occur because both companies make their speakers smarter by allowing third-party developers to create apps or ‘skills’ for them. Apple’s HomePod is safe because the company doesn’t allow this type of third-party access …. .
9to5Mac 10/21/2019 07:34
WIRED covering Apple’s ambitions for its Apple TV+ streaming service, which launches on November 1st. The profile includes imagery of sets from one of Apple’s premier shows, ‘For All Mankind’, and an interview with Apple TV+ exec Zack van Amburg, who leads Apple’s video programming division alongside Jamie Erlicht. Amburg and Erlicht were in June, 2017. In the interview, Amburg says that Apple is “defining our programming by quality”, rather than looking for content to fill demographics like ‘males aged 18 to 34’. Like its array of products, Apple is being selective and targets quality over quantity. .
9to5Mac 10/21/2019 05:09
The TV app is a critical part of the Apple TV experience, in fact it even has its own physical button on the Siri Remote (by default). Apple uses the TV app as the vehicle to unify content from installed third-party video apps, Apple TV Channels, iTunes purchases and (soon) Apple TV+ TV shows and movies. However, we have received a handful of reports of people who are currently unable to use the TV app. The TV app simply crashes as the user browses around, usually on the first swipe down in the Watch Now tab. This issue seems to be linked to the latest tvOS 13 update which introduced a partial TV app redesign. .
9to5Mac 10/20/2019 09:00
A few weeks ago, I was having some issues where I couldn’t get my VPN to work on my laptop. I was running the beta of macOS Catalina, so I decided to fix the problem by just reformatting and setting up my laptop from scratch. Thanks to iCloud and the Mac App Store, doing a new install of macOS is pretty easy time-wise. It did fix the problem, but as I was changing my Safari Start Page back to DuckDuckGo, I had a thought. Why hasn’t Apple built a default “Start Page” for Safari to create a tremendous first-run experience for Apple products? Plenty of internet service providers are already in this business (including my own ). My first job out of college was working for a small ISP in . They were on the cutting edge then, and they are now off.
9to5Mac 10/19/2019 09:30
If you have become an Apple fan in the past decade or so, you are used to yearly operating system updates for free . If you have been a Mac user longer than that, you remember actually paying for OS updates every 18 months or so. I know Halloween is coming up, so I’ll inform you of something even scarier : we had to wait in a line to buy a new version of OS X on a CD . While we’ve gotten used to free OS updates as consumers, it has been a big help to Apple in the enterprise. This week, I want to explain why frequent and free OS updates are a big help for Apple’s growth in the enterprise. .
9to5Mac 10/18/2019 18:21
Thanks to our sponsor Chargeasap , we’re giving 9to5Mac readers the chance to win Apple’s latest MacBook Pro over the coming weeks. You can also get up to 60% off the company’s brand new Infinity Cable– the first magnetic cable with interchangeable connectors that supports 100W Power Delivery! Get w/ Lightning, USB-C, and micro-USB connectors up to. Head below to enter:. .
9to5Mac 10/18/2019 16:36
Leading up to and following , we’ve seen a large spike in combined with . With the largest tech companies making their own speakers, it’s undoubtedly more difficult for those primarily-focused on audio to compete on a mainstream level. To garner attention they must deliver something drastically different or make lofty claims. Linn Series 3 takes the latter approach, promising the ‘best sounding wireless speaker in the world.’.
9to5Mac 10/18/2019 12:04
This week on 9to5Mac Happy Hour: Apple’s iPhone SE appears to be making a comeback as a better iPhone 8, Beats has announced all-new Solo Pro on-ear headphones with impressive features, and Apple TV+ is days away from debuting. 9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on , , , , or through our for and other podcast players. Get the new Infinity Cable with interchangeable magnetic tips for USB-C, micro-USB and Lightning- the first with 100W Power Delivery.

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