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Last week, Australia’s prime minister offered some security advice for iPhone users, suggesting that everyone should turn off their iPhone for five minutes every night. On the surface, this may seem like harmless advice for iPhone users, but the reality is quite a bit more nuanced. In fact, such broad and generalized statements like this one can do a disservice to most people. Here’s why. more… The post Why tips like ‘turn off your iPhone for five minutes’ don’t actually help users appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Apple turned the iPod into a status symbol. A headset might be a taller order. | Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images ‘This is the single greatest thing that could happen to this industry.’ As Apple prepares its long-rumored jump into augmented reality on Monday, doubts have shadowed every step of the way. There are reports of frequent changes in direction and skepticism inside Apple’s ranks. The device has allegedly been hard to manufacture and required numerous compromises. The process has taken years longer than Apple expected. And at a rumored $3,000, even Apple reportedly expects slow short-term sales. But among AR professionals, the mood is jubilant. “This is the single greatest thing that could happen to this industry,”…
Apple is overtly teasing the start of "a new era" and the ability to "code new worlds" at WWDC this year, building anticipation around the widely expected announcement of its mixed-reality headset. A tweet shared by Apple earlier today made the "new era" remark, seemingly leaning into the high expectations surrounding next week's WWDC keynote. The launch of a major new device and operating system, something that has not occurred since the debut of the original Apple Watch in September 2014, would certainly seem to justify the start of a new era for the company. A new era begins. Join us for #WWDC23 on June 5 at 10 a.m. PT. Tap the ❤️ and we’ll send you a reminder on…
Macworld Concerned about ransomware? Then you might consider getting cloud storage to protect your files from the threat. But backup services can get really expensive, especially if you have to renew year over year. And it’s for this reason that Koofr, which offers lifetime subscriptions, is so popular — particularly this week since you can save hundreds off their regular price. Subscribers who take advantage of this offer receive lifetime access to 1TB of secure space, which is ample for most people. With it, you can keep your important work documents, financial statements, and even family photos safe for many years to come. And you’ll never be asked to renew your subscription or pay any extra fees down the road,…
Brydge, a once thriving startup making popular keyboard accessories for iPad, Mac, and Microsoft Surface products, is ceasing operations. According to nearly a dozen former Brydge employees who spoke to 9to5Mac, Brydge has gone through multiple rounds of layoffs within the past year after at least two failed acquisitions. As it stands today, Brydge employees have not been paid salaries since January. Customers who pre-ordered the company’s most recent product have been left in the dark since then as well. Its website went completely offline earlier this year, and its social media accounts have been silent since then as well. Those former Brydge employees largely attribute the company’s failure to mismanagement during growth, misleading statements from its two co-CEOs, and…
Qualcomm is counting down the days to when it loses Apple as a modem customer, guiding weak for Q3 as orders slow.Qualcomm may lose Apple's businessThe second quarter results for Qualcomm were within expected guidance ranges, but forward-looking statements show uncertainty for the company. The global economy continues to have an adverse effect on premium smartphone sales, which is one of many problems Qualcomm cites. Read more...
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