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Apple releases iOS 9.3.5 to the public

UPDATE: Via The New York Times, today’s iOS update patches three security vulnerabilities found and used by NSO Group to read text messages and emails and track calls and contracts. Many have thought that iOS 9.3.4 was going to be the final version of iOS 9 before iOS 10 dropped. Well, Apple has now issued iOS 9.3.5 to the public. The update…

Apple Pay adds more banks and credit unions in the United States

Almost two years later, Apple Pay is still adding more banks and credit unions across the world. This latest update specifically adds new partners in the United States. Here’s the list: Bank of St. Francisville Bank of Winnfield & Trust Company Billings Federal Credit Union Central Bank (OK) Citizens Business Bank City County…

Apple Store for iOS app now updated with new recommendation features

As rumored earlier this week, Apple has now updated its Apple Store app for iPhone and iPad with a new app icon and includes recommendations based on which Apple devices you own. Included in the update are also improved in-store alerts which alert you when favorite products are available at stores you are visiting. What’s New in Version 4.0 • Get…

Apple Store app to be updated with ‘For You’ section

Apple is preparing to update its Apple Store iOS app that currently allows customers to buy Apple’s hardware and various third-party accessories online (via Bloomberg). More specifically, the update will bring a ‘For You’ section, making recommendations for customers (similar to the Apple Music counterpart). It is unknown how Apple will handle this…

Shady photos claim ‘12.9-inch iPad Pro 2’ prototype

While most of us aren’t expecting a new generation iPad Pro until Spring of 2017, a new pair of photos claim just that. More specifically the images depicted claim to be the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2 and come from a Chinese supply-chain source. The first hint that this could possibly be fake is the lackluster 12GB of storage. AI suggests that since these…

MMS malware vulnerability found in older versions of OS X and iOS

A Cisco researcher has discovered a vulnerability in OS X and iOS that could allow an attacker to gain access to your files and stored password by sending a malicious image. Cisco Talos has discovered a vulnerability in the way in which the Image I/O API parses and handles tiled TIFF image files. When rendered by applications that use the Image I/O API,…

Apple Pay officially launches in France

At WWDC 2016, Apple announced that it would be expanding its Apple Pay mobile payments service to France, and now the company has fulfilled the promise and is now live in the country. With the addition of France, Apple Pay is now available in 8 countries. Apple Pay is supported by Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards from Banque Populaire,…