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Cult of Mac Magazine: The devs who cracked the code on iPhone X and more!

When Apple execs stepped onstage for September’s big iPhone X unveiling, they had precious few surprises up their sleeves. This year’s iPhone keynote became one of the most spoiled in history, thanks to major software leaks — and a pair of industrious young developers who dug into Apple’s code to pierce the veil of Apple’s […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Upgrades for your email, mobile photography, and more [Week’s Best Deals]

Every week here at the Cult of Mac Store, we’re busy finding great deals on tech tools, gadgets, and courses. This round, we’ve got an email app contender for Outlook and Gmail, and an all-purpose, waterproof HD camera. Also check out the comprehensive course in the Microsoft Office suite, and a video editor packed with […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Today in Apple history: Macs get that iSyncing feeling

September 30, 2002: Apple introduces iSync, a tool that lets Mac users synchronize their address books and calendars with their cellphones, iPods and Palm OS-compatible handheld organizers via Bluetooth. It represents a big leap forward in the ability of computers and mobile devices to talk with one another. And it hints at some of Apple’s later […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Apple collaborates with Chicago artists for new Michigan Avenue store

Apple’s new flagship store on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is set to open next month. To celebrate the beautiful new shop, Apple revealed today that it has partnered with local artists to celebrate the city’s creative roots. The online portal for the Michigan Avenue store was updated this afternoon with new images of the store. Apple […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

LG V30+ Exclusive to Sprint, Coming October 13

Sprint will offer LG's new flagship V30+ phone starting on October 13th. The V30+ is exclusive to Sprint in the U.S.; other carriers will offer the standard V30. The V30+ has 128 GB of internal storage, twice that of the standard V30. It will also come with LG QuadPlay high-quality earbuds. For a limited time, it will also come with a free Google Daydream VR headset. The V30 is one…

Your up-to-date Mac might be vulnerable to firmware attacks

Updating your Mac to the latest version of macOS might not mean it’s impervious to firmware attacks. According to a new security report, a shocking percentage of Macs are still vulnerable to critical firmware exploits despite running the latest version of macOS. Making matters worse, most users are completely unaware that their firmware isn’t up-to-date. […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Apple dives deeper into AI with latest acquisition

Apple has quietly made another acquisition of a little-known startup that could bring some big benefits to iPhone and iPad users in the future. A small France startup called Regaind was reportedly acquired by Apple. The company specializes in using machine learning to recognize what’s in a photo, which could boost some features Apple already […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

New iFrogz Bluetooth Headsets Start at $20

Zagg this week announced five new iFrogz Bluetooth headsets, all of which are among its most affordable to date. The standout is the $20 Free Rein Wireless, a set of Bluetooth earbuds with a flat neck cord and and an unusually small, light hanging module with the battery and three buttons. The earbuds are sweat-resistant and have wingtips to ensure they stay in the ears. They have five hours of…

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