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LinkedIn sued after being caught reading users’ clipboards on iOS 14

LinkedIn was recently caught reading users’ clipboards on iPhone and iPad thanks to the new privacy features of iOS 14, as we reported last week. Even though the company claimed it was due a software bug, there’s now an iPhone user who’s suing LinkedIn for supposedly reading sensitive content from the clipboard without permission. more… The post...

Report: Foxconn investing $1 billion in India following Apple’s strong request

Apple has some ambitious plans in India, as the company has already confirmed that it will open the first Apple Store there by 2021. And now Foxconn is allegedly investing $1 billion in its India facility, where the Taiwanese factory already assembles some iPhone models. more… The post Report: Foxconn investing $1 billion in India following Apple’s...

iOS 14: How to pin text messages on iPhone for quick access

A really useful new feature included in iOS 14 is the ability to favorite conversations for easy access at the top of the Messages app. Follow along for how to pin text messages on iPhone and iPad. more… The post iOS 14: How to pin text messages on iPhone for quick access appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple News+ sees another free month promotion as audio stories are set to launch

Apple News+, the company’s paid offering is running a new promotion for users who have tried the service and canceled their subscriptions. The new deal offers previous customers another free month of Apple News+ as the new audio stories are set to launch with the upcoming release of iOS 13.6. more… The post Apple News+ sees another free month promotion...

9to5Mac Daily: July 10, 2020 – iOS 14 public beta release, more

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Sponsored by WaterMinder and Calory: WaterMinder is the ultimate water tracking tool that will help you stay hydrated during...

Apple’s Tim Cook is the 2nd highest-paid US CEO in 2019

Bloomberg is out with its 2019 Pay Index that ranks the compensation of US executives. Even though Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has a relatively small salary, bonuses and large stock awards launched him to being the second-highest-paid CEO after Tesla’s Elon Musk. more… The post Apple’s Tim Cook is the 2nd highest-paid US CEO in 2019 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

HomeKit Weekly: VOCOlinc door sensors are a low cost way to add HomeKit automations

Door sensors are a central part of any security system. I’ve written about my experience with abode in the past, and I use its door sensors for my primary Homekit triggers with automations as well as security alerts for entry. Since abode is monitored, I know that if a door is opened while I am gone, I’ll get an alert. But what do you get if you only...

Friday deals: Apple Watch Series 3 $169, 13-inch MacBook Pro from $1,150, more

Today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break offers the Apple Watch Series 3 for $169, plus 13-inch MacBook Pro from $1,150, and you can save on Belkin charging products. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s best deals. more… The post Friday deals: Apple Watch Series 3 $169, 13-inch MacBook Pro from $1,150, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Report: Apple’s lenses for new AR headset/glasses move to trial production, slightly thicker than normal glasses

Apple has allegedly seen some notable progress recently with its AR headset and Apple Glasses efforts. A new report from The Information says that the company’s semitransparent lenses, one of the most important components of the upcoming wearable devices have passed the prototyping stage and moved into trial production. Additionally, the report includes...

iOS 14 Diary: First impressions of iOS 14 on day one of the public beta

I wouldn’t have predicted I’d be giving my first impressions of iOS 14 on the first day of the public beta. My previous policy on iOS and macOS betas could be succinctly yet comprehensively summarized in a single word: no. Where macOS is concerned, that remains my policy. My Mac contains my life. Photos, novels, screenplays, blogs, plans, you name...

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