iPhones, iPads, and Macs wide open
Apple released fixes for two critical zero-day vulnerabilities in iPhones, iPads, and Macs that give hackers dangerous access to the devices internals.
Apple’s software genii strike again
Fruity cargo cult Apple’s programming skills have been again called into question as it turned out that its software genii can’t even make Safari fast on its on MacOS.
Impossible to detect
Eset Researchers have uncovered advanced, never-before-seen macOS malware that was installed using exploits that were almost impossible for most users to detect or stop once the users landed on a malicious website.
We can’t call them bug fixes because Apple is not saying what they are
Apple released several new operating system updates to the public: iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, macOS Monterey 12.2, watchOS 8.4, tvOS 15.3, and HomePod Software 15.3 but while we know that they are bug fixes and security updates, Jobs’ Mob is only giving vague details.
At least those who know a bit about PCs
While Jobs Mob does not want to flog a Mac with one of Intel's 12th-generation Core processors, there is support amongst those fanboys who know about PCs to make it happen.
But don’t worry Google saves fanboys
Google researchers caught hackers targeting users in Hong Kong exploiting vulnerabilities in Apple's Mac operating system.
Being used to attack iOS software developers
The Tame Apple Press has been shocked to report that the macOS software is not invulnerable to attacks as it has been hinting.
Apple hopes you will now update
Fruity cargo cult Apple seems to have worked a way around those who refuse to upgrade ancient Macs to the latest and most expensive model – it bricks them.
Tame Apple Press are overjoyed that the the two are coming together
Now that it is moving to purge Intel from its business model, the fruity cargo cult is getting all confident that the ARM-based chips it is creating can be used anywhere.