Google Project Zero reveals “high severity” flaw in the macOS kernel which grants access to attackers

Google’s Project Zero has reported and publicly disclosed a “high severity” flaw in the macOS kernel which can grant an attacker access to a users computer without their knowledge. Security researchers discovered that if a modification is made to a user-owned mounted filesystem image, the virtual management system isn’t notified of those changes. This lets attacker access to perform malicious actions on that mounted filesystem without the end user ever knowing about it. Continue reading “Google Project Zero reveals “high severity” flaw in the macOS kernel which grants access to attackers”

Apple to soon let app developers offer discounted iOS, macOS, and tvOS subscriptions

Apple, in an article posted on App Store Connect, detailed that iOS, macOS, and tvOS app developers will soon be able to offer discounted subscriptions to past subscribers in an attempt to win those customers back. As a part of this introductory offers for new subscribers, there will be three categories of promotional offers for previous subscribers; Free, Pay as You Go, Pay Up Front. Continue reading “Apple to soon let app developers offer discounted iOS, macOS, and tvOS subscriptions”

MacOS Mojave Announced with Dark Mode, New Mac App Store, Enhanced Privacy, Desktop Stacks and More

At their annual WWDC event, Apple introduced the latest series of updates to the Mac platform. Dubbed as macOS Mojave, the update brings a brand new cosmetic overhaul in addition to app updates and improvements to security and privacy. Continue reading “MacOS Mojave Announced with Dark Mode, New Mac App Store, Enhanced Privacy, Desktop Stacks and More”

Here’s what to expect from Apple at WWDC 2018

Apple will kickstart the WWDC event later today where the company will introduce the next major upgrades to iOS, macOS, WatchOS, tvOS, and many other hardware products like the AirPods, AirPower, and if everything falls into place, we might see the iPhone SE 2. In this article lets run down things and see what to expect from Apple at WWDC 2018. Continue reading “Here’s what to expect from Apple at WWDC 2018”

Apple details eGPU support in macOS 10.13.4, recommends AMD Radeon graphic cards; no NVIDIA support

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Apple this week rolled out the macOS 10.13.4 that introduced official support for eGPUs (external graphics processors) on Thunderbolt 3 Macs. In the release notes, Apple has published a detailed support document that outlines how eGPU support works and provides graphics card and chassis recommendations that can be used with your Mac.  Continue reading “Apple details eGPU support in macOS 10.13.4, recommends AMD Radeon graphic cards; no NVIDIA support”

Apple rolls out iOS 11.2.6, macOS 10.13.3, watchOS 4.2.3 supplemental message apps crash fix update

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It was reported last week that a Telugu character is making the messaging apps crash, and today Apple has rolled out the supplemental update to iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS devices running the latest public version just as it promised.  Continue reading “Apple rolls out iOS 11.2.6, macOS 10.13.3, watchOS 4.2.3 supplemental message apps crash fix update”

Twitter is shutting down Twitter for Mac app, support ends in 30 days

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Twitter today announced that it will be ending support for its Mac application in the next 30 days in favor of the web client. The app will no longer be available to download from today. The company suggests users use the web client to get the full experience. Continue reading “Twitter is shutting down Twitter for Mac app, support ends in 30 days”

Intel chips affected with Kernel memory leak flaw, fix might incur performance drop: Report

Intel chips from the last ten years said to have been affected with serious Kernel memory leak issue on modern computers including Windows, Linux, and macOS, according to a report from The Register. This needs a fix at the operating system level which might incur performance drop.  Continue reading “Intel chips affected with Kernel memory leak flaw, fix might incur performance drop: Report”

Apple unveils macOS High Sierra with faster Safari, improved Mail, Photos and more

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Apple officially announced latest version of its desktop operating system for its computers called as High Sierra at ongoing WWDC 2017. It offers an all-new file system, support for High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) and an update to Metal, Apple’s graphics technology that powers everything from machine learning to virtual reality content creation. macOS High Sierra also includes a number of refinements to the Photos, Safari and Mail apps. Continue reading “Apple unveils macOS High Sierra with faster Safari, improved Mail, Photos and more”

Here’s what to expect from Apple WWDC 2017

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Apple is all set to kick start its annual Worldwide Developer Conference today (WWDC) 2017 in California. We are live at the event and will bring you an extensive live coverage. Here is a list of things which Apple is expected to announce at the WWDC 2017. Continue reading “Here’s what to expect from Apple WWDC 2017”

macOS Sierra roll out to begin on 20th September

apple-mac-os-sierra Announced at WWDC earlier this year, the latest release of Apple’s desktop & laptop operating system has now been scheduled for 20th September. While the company has been running a public beta for macOS Sierra as it is dubbed for a while now, we’ll finally see a full fledged roll out over the next few weeks. Continue reading “macOS Sierra roll out to begin on 20th September”

Apple introduces iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, Xiaomi Redmi 3s announced – FoneArena Daily

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Check out the new FoneArena Daily video that gives you a quick roundup of today’s technology news.

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Apple renames OS X, introduces macOS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Siri, Apple Pay and more

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Apple has finally renamed its desktop OS X to macOS for streamlining the naming convention across all other Apple operating systems – iOS, watchOS and tvOS. The Cupertino giant has also announced the next version of its Mac operating system called macOS Sierra. Continue reading “Apple renames OS X, introduces macOS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Siri, Apple Pay and more”