Hexbyte  Tech News  Wired Apple’s MacBook Pro Heating Problem Gets a Software Fix

Hexbyte Tech News Wired Apple’s MacBook Pro Heating Problem Gets a Software Fix

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When Apple revealed its newest MacBook Pro laptops in New York City two weeks ago, it naturally emphasized the computers’ performance capabilities. Apple’s line of pro laptops is targeted toward creative professionals who do processor-intensive work on their PCs, and Apple was eager to appeal to them. There was just one issue, as some early…

Hexbyte  Tech News  Wired Apple’s China-Friendly Censorship Caused an iPhone-Crashing Bug

Hexbyte Tech News Wired Apple’s China-Friendly Censorship Caused an iPhone-Crashing Bug

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Last April, while security researcher Patrick Wardle was attending the RSA security conference in San Francisco, a Taiwanese friend who lived in the city asked to meet for coffee, and for his help with what she described as a serious problem: China, she said, was hacking her iPhone. Wardle, a former NSA staffer and a…

Apple’s Plans to Bring Artificial Intelligence to Your Phone

Apple’s Plans to Bring Artificial Intelligence to Your Phone

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Apple describes its mobile devices as designed in California and assembled in China. You could also say they were made by the App Store, launched a decade ago next month, a year after the first iPhone. Inviting outsiders to craft useful, entertaining, or even puerile extensions to the iPhone’s capabilities transformed the device into the…

WWDC 2018: Apple’s New AR Features Are Proof That Wearables Are Coming

WWDC 2018: Apple’s New AR Features Are Proof That Wearables Are Coming

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In his time on stage at Apple’s annual developer conference yesterday, Craig Federighi did many of the things that people have come to expect of the company’s senior vice president of software engineering. He wore a blue shirt. He said “isn’t that amazing?” a lot. He undertook a demo with an oddly personal touch—in this…

WWDC 2018: Apple’s Software Chief Details How iOS Apps Will Run on Macs

WWDC 2018: Apple’s Software Chief Details How iOS Apps Will Run on Macs

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Near the end of yesterday’s WWDC keynote, Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, acknowledged that people have been asking for a long time whether Apple would ever merge the iPhone and Mac operating systems. His short answer? “No.” The word “No” appeared in giant white letters on the colossal screen behind him.…