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Apple Maps privacy bug may have allowed apps to collect location data without permission

An Apple Maps privacy bug fixed in iOS 16.3 may have allowed apps to collect user location data without permission. At least one app appears to have done so, and a security reporter has speculated that the same privacy bug could have been exploited by countless apps over an unknown time period … more… The post Apple Maps privacy bug may have allowed...

Addigy’s new System Updates feature allows for blocking major OS releases while auto approving minor ones

Addigy, a popular Apple device management tool, has gained a new feature called System Updates. This new functionality makes it easier for IT admins to manage the updates of Apple operating systems including macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS for all the devices they manage while improving compatibility and testing more… The post Addigy’s new System Updates...

MLS Season Pass launches on Apple TV app ahead of soccer season start

MLS Season Pass has today launched inside the Apple TV app, available for users to subscribe and start watching ahead of the 2023 soccer season kickoff on February 25. Subscribe for $14.99 per month or $99/season. MLS Season Pass offers unrestricted access to all 2023 Major League Soccer games, live and on-demand, without blackouts or geographic content...

Passenger sees his lost wallet fly to different cities thanks to AirTag after airline says it couldn’t find it

Apple’s AirTag has certainly been helping a lot of people around the world find their lost items, especially lost luggage at airports. This time, however, a passenger named John Lewis simply forgot his wallet on an American Airlines aircraft. Although the airline says it couldn’t find the wallet, Lewis saw his wallet fly to 35 different cities thanks...

Netflix details how it will prevent users from sharing their account password with others

Netflix last year announced that it has been working on a feature to prevent users from sharing their account passwords with others. The change was being tested in some countries as the company claims that users sharing their Netflix accounts hurts its revenue. Now Netflix has detailed how exactly it will prevent users from sharing their accounts. ...

M2 Pro/Max vs M1 Pro/Max: How much faster are the newest Apple Silicon chips?

Apple launched its new M2 Pro and M2 Max custom silicon inside the new MacBook Pro and Mac mini machines. Along with more powerful CPUs, GPUs, and media engines, the chips support up to 96GB unified memory, and even 8K video output. Follow along for our detailed M2 Pro/Max vs M1 Pro Max comparison for how everything stacks up and how much of an improvement...

Apple’s rumored headset needs more than an Apple Store app in VR to become a hit

It has been quite a while since we started hearing rumors about Apple’s mixed-reality headset. In recent months, a lot of extra details about the product have leaked out on the internet, as it is expected to be introduced sometime this year. Interestingly, one of these reports pointed out that Apple has been investing in an immersive Apple Store experience....

Here’s what the Apple Watch can tell us about a titanium iPhone 15 Pro

Among other changes, this year’s iPhone 15 Pro models are rumored to feature a new chassis made out of titanium for the first time. This could make for a lighter design, additional durability, and more. In fact, it could be one of the biggest design changes to the iPhone in years, marking an end to the stainless steel era that started with the iPhone...

9to5Mac Daily: January 31, 2023 – Apple Music Replay, foldable iPad next year

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. Enjoy the podcast? Shop to support 9to5Mac Daily! more… The post 9to5Mac Daily: January 31, 2023 – Apple Music Replay,...

Plugable’s new aluminum 8-in-1 USB-C dock doubles as an adjustable iPad stand [Deal]

Plugable today is launching its latest USB-C docking station, this time designing it around Apple’s latest iPads, as well as other tablets for that matter. Sporting a build-in adjustable stand, the new hybrid accessory helps turn your iPadOS machine into a more desktop-caliber computer with 8-in-1 USB-C hub and more ergonomic screen position. Best of...

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