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Apple has released a “Heartbleed” related update for its AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule devices. The update is 7.7.3 for AirPorts with 802.11ac. The update includes security improvements related to SSL/TLS.
The Star-Telegram reports that video game retailer GameStop is making moves to broaden its business, and will be expanding its retail operation to include stores that will focus on Apple products and accessories, and AT&T Mobility products.
If you’re like me, you like to send funny videos and photos to your friends and family. Stryke, the great socially connected app from Global Delight Technologies, allows you to “troll” your friends with animated videos you make yourself from videos you have on your iPhone’s camera roll.
Code found within the iOS 7.1 SDK suggests that Siri may be headed to the Apple TV sometime in the future. Siri is likely destined for a future version of the Apple TV, as the current model lacks any microphone input.
Apple has debuted a new area on its website, dedicated to the apps featured in its new iPhone 5s “Powerful” ad that premiered on national television Tuesday night.
Apple has issued a fix for FaceTime on OS X, which resolves connection issues. The update is recommended for all FaceTime users running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. No fix has been released for the issues reported last week concerning FaceTime on iOS 6.
Apple has debuted a new television ad for the iPhone 5s. The new ad, which premiered during ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, is entitled “Powerful,” and shows how iPhone 5s owners use their device to enhance their lives.
Envious of registered OS X developers who get to try out beta builds of OS X Mavericks? Then we have good news for you, as Apple is allowing everyday users to apply to gain access to beta builds of the Mac operating system.
As we reported on Monday, owners of first-generation Apple TV units discovered over the weekend that their favorite box couldn’t connect to iTunes. The issue appeared to affect Apple TV owners around the globe.
In addition to the release of iOS 7.1.1 today, Apple also has some update goodness for OS X and Safari users. Security Update 2014-002 is recommended for all users and improves the security of OS X. This update also includes Safari 7.0.3.
Apple has released iOS 7.1.1 to the general public today. The minor update – which comes a month and a half after the release of iOS 7.1 – includes improvements to Touch ID, fixes a bug with Bluetooth keyboards when VoiceOver is enabled, and a bug that impacts keyboard responsiveness.
Apple is running an ad to honor Earth Day in newspapers across the UK that also appears to take a gentle jab at arch-rival Samsung’s alleged copying of Apple devices.
We are big fans of everything Pad and Quill here at MacTrast, so we wanted to make sure you knew about a Kickstarter project they’re offering up. The Micro Field Bag for the iPhone offers the same great design and materials as Pad and Quill’s full-sized Field Bag, but in a size made just for your iPhone!
Apple will now be accepting old products for recycling at all of its retail stores worldwide. The Associated Press reports that while the company has ran a recycling program for some time now, not all products had been accepted for recycling at the retail stores.
Earth Day is today, and in celebration, Apple has been updating the logo on some of its retail stores with green leaf accents.