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Apple Tells Developers to Begin Submitting OS X Yosemite Apps

Posted on 01/10/2014 by Chris Hauk


Apple has notified developers that they can begin submitting OS X Yosemite compatible apps to the Mac App Store. The notice came just hours after the company released a Golden Master candidate of Yosemite to developers and the members of public beta.


Weekend Funnies: The Internet Has Fun With “Bendgate”

Posted on 28/09/2014 by Chris Hauk


Apple took a few jabs from the Internet this week over the “bendability” of the iPhone 6 Plus. Even though Consumer Reports finally weighed in by showing that the new “HUGE!” iPhone was just as durable as competitor’s handsets, that didn’t stop competitors – and even brewers and candy bar makers – from taking a jab or two.


Apple Says Most Users Not Vulnerable to Shellshock – But a Patch is On The Way For Advanced Users

Posted on 26/09/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Apple on Friday attempted to reassure OS X users who felt they were at risk from a widespread security flaw in the UNIX command interpreter bash – which is a part of Apple’s UNIX-based Mac operating system – telling them that most users aren’t at risk, and a patch will be available soon for advanced users who might actually be exposed to the risks of the vulnerability.


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