People in Hawaii woke up to a terrifying emergency alert sent to iPhones and other devices that officials now say was sent in error.
I’ve been using the iPhone 8 Plus for about a month now, and while it’s largely a holdover until the more exciting iPhone X next month, the iPhone 8 is a great phone in and of itself. The improvements are subtle yet contribute nicely to a notable improvement over its predecessors.
More than anything, however, the iPhone 8 – as well as the iPhone X – represent the beginning of what is likely the future of iPhone design: a single, port-free, fully enclosed slab of glass…
In this week’s top stories: Rumors suggest a cheaper HomePod and MacBook Air, new iPads at WWDC, and a notch-free iPhone in 2019. Furthermore, new healthcare perks for Apple Watch wearers, iPhone 6s battery testing, and more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories…
A HomeKit vulnerability in the current version of iOS 11.2 has been demonstrated to 9to5Mac that allows unauthorized control of accessories including smart locks and garage door openers. Our understanding is Apple has rolled out a server-side fix that now prevent unauthorized access from occurring while limiting some functionality, and an update to iOS 11.2 coming next week will restore that full functionality.
From space exploration and military defense to autonomous home vacuum cleaners, iRobot has made a name for itself in the consumer market. But its famed roving Roomba—now 15 years old!—does more than torment […]
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