Thursday, March 4

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Some Apple privacy labels in the App Store are faulty, proof shows

Geoffrey Fowler, technology columnist for The Washington Postrecently set out to test and document the accuracy of the new privacy 'nutrition labels' Apple added to its App Store last month. To do this, Fowler downloaded a number of different apps from the App Store that were labeled "Data not collected," the best possible privacy label with a blue check mark, indicating that the app does not collect or share any data from user. - and tested the claim using a data tracking VPN Privacy Pro and a friend who was an investigator for the National Security Agency. The first app of the kind that Fowler tested, Satisfying slime simulator, it turned out to be a lot less innocent than its privacy label indicated: The app was found to share iPhone identifiers and device properties with F...
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Apple’s hardware chief to transition to unnamed new project, company says

Apple announced today that its Chief Hardware Engineer, Dan Riccio, will transition to an unnamed “new project” and will report directly to CEO Tim Cook. Riccio's vacancy will be filled by John Ternus, as Apple's Chief Hardware Engineer. "Every innovation that Dan has helped bring Apple to life has made us a better and more innovative company, and we are delighted that he continues to be part of the team." said Tim Cook, Apple CEO, in a statement. “John's vast experience and extensive experience make him a bold and visionary leader of our hardware engineering teams. I want to congratulate you both on these exciting new steps, and I look forward to many more innovations that you will help bring to the world. " Riccio has played a role in numerous Apple products, including the ...
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9 year old iPad recovered as secondary screen for Windows 10

With a demo on the iPad 3 (2012), the people of Lost Arcane We've come up with a pretty creative way to squeeze even more practical use out of your old, useless iPad - use it as a second screen for your Windows computer! (via Reddit) See publication on imgur.com Using the Splashtop Wired XDisplay HD iPadOS app and its sister client for Windows 10, Sanskar Tewatia on Lost Arcane gives us a complete step-by-step guide to converting an old iPad into an extended or secondary display for a Windows 10 computer (even if the iPad is that old, it is no longer allowed to download apps from the App Store!). The process is as simple as having the Splashtop Wired XDisplay HD client downloaded and running on both computer and iPad, connecting iPad to computer via USB and telling Windows...
If Apple destroys the Lightning port, an environmental disaster awaits
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If Apple destroys the Lightning port, an environmental disaster awaits

When the European Commission lobbied Apple to switch from the iPhone's Lightning port to USB-C in units sold in Europe early last year, Apple was able to stand firm by pointing to the "unprecedented amount of e-waste" that would be created. if "hundreds of millions of active devices and accessories" were rendered useless overnight. According BBC news at the time: The company says it has shipped more than 1 billion devices that have a Lightning connector, as well as millions of accessories that use the technology. He said the legislation would disrupt "hundreds of millions of active devices and accessories used by our European customers." He argued that if European lawmakers had forced phone makers to use the now-obsolete micro-USB in 2009, they would have "restricted the advancement"...
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Celine Dion asks Canadians to download COVID alert

According to the Montreal GazetteQuebec-born queen of pop Céline Dion is the latest personality on a mission to get more Canadians to sign up for the federal government's COVID-19 exposure notification app, COVID Alert. Most of us experience pandemic fatigue, but it is very important to follow public health guidelines, physical distance, and wearing masks. If you are in Canada, download the # Alert for COVID-19 application. Let's all stay safe. ❤️– Celine xx [email protected]👉🏼 https://t.co/xvMpor90wW pic.twitter.com/xvveiq0l7a - Celine Dion (@celinedion) January 21, 2021 “Most of us experience pandemic fatigue, but it is very important to follow public health guidelines, physical distance, and wearing masks. If you are in Canada, download the COVID Alert app. Let's keep ...
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone News

Apple cuts production of iPhone 12 mini in favor of iPhone 12 Pro line

A new report says Apple is still struggling to keep up with demand for the iPhone 12 Pro. Estimates suggest that the iPhone 12 lineup overall became a huge hit for Apple, the most popular since the iPhone 6, thanks to its new design, improved cameras, 5G networks, and an even faster A13 chip. Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty breaks it down in a new investor note (via Ped30): We continue to believe that the iPhone will beat expectations in the December quarter, as the mix shift to higher-end iPhone 12 models is a headwind for ASPs and revenue growth. The delivery times of the iPhone 12 Pro extend far beyond any model released in the last 4 years to 10 days. Delivery times decreased from 22 days ~ 2 weeks ago as Apple accelerates production of the iPhone 12 pointed out by ou...
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Netflix to launch ‘Shuffle Play’ feature worldwide in 2021

Image via TechCrunch Netflix today released its 2020 fourth quarter earnings, which posted $ 6.64 billion in revenue, up 21.5% year-over-year. The company also noted that it now has more than 200 million subscribers. During the company's earnings call, he acknowledged a new feature coming soon that "gives members the ability to choose to instantly watch a title chosen just for them rather than browse," launching in the first half of 2021. TechCrunch Netflix informed the publication that the feature being tested is known as 'Shuffle Play', although the final name of the feature has yet to be defined. Netflix has been testing Shuffle Play on TVs only so far. The function, seen by some users, explains: “Try random play. We'll mix everything up on Netflix and find things for ...
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Mike Lang uses iPad to draw a plan for change in Las Vegas

Apple Distinguished Educator Mike lang is using the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to show his kindergarten and first grade students at Laura Dearing Elementary School in Las Vegas that they have the power to change the world. By incorporating interactive workbooks into Keynote on iPad, Lang's three-part learning project is designed to show students that they matter, help them examine the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and encourage them to be change. they want to see in their Vegas Community. Students will use the iPad to capture and edit images of themselves, their family, and their neighborhoods, and then build their stories about why they matter using the PBS KIDS ScratchJr coding app on the iPad. "My hope for all of my students is that they see themselves and co...
Tim Cook asked about the Apple Car rumors in an interview [VIDEO]
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Tim Cook asked about the Apple Car rumors in an interview [VIDEO]

Image: Fox News This morning, Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook appeared on Fox News Sunday like the network Powerful Player of the Week for an interview with Chris Wallace. (via 9to5Mac). The Apple CEO spoke extensively about the tech giant's $ 100 million Justice and Racial Equity Initiative, and how his experiences growing up in Alabama influence his passion for the project. He also referred to the recent riots on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, noting that as he watched the events unfold, it felt like "some kind of alternate reality," the Apple CEO said. Cook went on to justify Apple's decision to They crack down on "impartial" social media app Parler for their mediocre content moderation policies and then remove it from the App Store for non-compliance, a step that was also take...
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Apple Car is said to use eye-tracking technology and ‘C1’ chip, says report

With Apple poised to step up efforts on Project Titan, rumors about everything from the release date from the tech giant's fully electric autonomous vehicle to its drums They've been popping up from left to right According to the recent report by analyst Colin Barnden for EETimes (via MacRumors), the electric vehicle project he made Apple's stock surge last month It could include eye-tracking technology and a new A12 Bionic chip designed specifically to tackle automotive processes. In his report, Barnden talks about how Apple could create in-cabin AI features for the Apple Car, and speculates on technologies like Seeing Machines' Occula NPU core for eye tracking that Apple could license to create a proprietary automotive-grade processor. , which Barnden dubbed "C1". Barnden...
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Apple TV + Releases ‘For All Mankind’ Season 2 Trailer Ahead Of Release

Image: Apple TV on YouTube Following a teaser trailer in july Last year, Apple TV released a full trailer for the second season of the original Apple TV +. For all mankind in Youtube. For all mankind is a science fiction drama that has its roots in the space race that occurred in the 20th century. Created by Emmy Award winner Ronald D. Moore (known for his work on stranger and a Battlestar galactica miniseries), the series imagines what the world would be like today if the space race had never ended. Series trailers appeared in September 2019, and the show was one of the first to premiere on Apple TV + on November 1, 2019. Apple was actually counting on Space Age drama to give its the newest streaming service a successful takeoff. After a well received premiere, For all mankin...
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Apple Tests the iPhone’s Foldable Screen; On-screen touch ID may debut in 2021: Bloomberg

From Bloomberg Mark Gurman keep sharing details on future Apple products, and its latest report focuses on the iPhone. According to unidentified sources, Apple "has developed folding screen prototypes for internal testing, but has not solidified plans to launch a foldable iPhone," says Gurman. So far, only the folding screen with almost invisible hinges is being developed, with one the same size as the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The report says that a foldable iPhone will "probably be years away" or may not be produced at all. IPhone 2021 will be an "S" update Gurman says this year's iPhone launch won't see any major breakthroughs as it is being billed as another "S" update, according to Apple sources and engineers. Apple is still testing Touch ID built into the iPhone screen as par...
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