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#Apple now scans for anything in your photos that is in (or someone has sneaked into) the hash lists of certain NGOs. #NCMEC and other unnamed organizations in contact with law enforcement agencies. #CSAM https://www.apple.com/child-safety/
Although I don't use iCloud photos I already feel abused and may move on to https://esolutions.shop/shop/
 
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#Apple now scans for anything in your photos that is in (or someone has sneaked into) the hash lists of certain NGOs. #NCMEC and other unnamed organizations in contact with law enforcement agencies. #CSAM https://www.apple.com/child-safety/
Although I don't use iCloud photos I already feel abused and may move on to https://esolutions.shop/shop/
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #apple, #cats, #caturday, #linux, #photography, #politics, and #videos.

Couldn't get on to Pluspora, so I'm making another account.
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #apple, #cats, #caturday, #linux, #photography, #politics, and #videos.

Couldn't get on to Pluspora, so I'm making another account.
 

Apple fixes three zero-days, one abused by XCSSET macOS malware


#security #apple #bleeping computer #bleepingcomputer #computers #technology #news #education #updates #tech
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Apple 24in iMac M1 review: faster, bigger screen and brilliant bold colours | Apple | The Guardian

First big redesign since 2012 gives all-in-one Mac super-thin design, 4.5K display and top M1 chip performance
Beautiful. And cheaper than I thought it would be.

#technology #tech #Apple #iMac #iMacM1
 

The Best iPhone Camera Apps of 2021 | PetaPixel

It is estimated that nearly 1.5 trillion photos will be taken this year alone. Of those, approximately 92% will be snapped by smartphones, so shouldn’t you try and get the best possible photo with them? These iPhone camera apps will certainly help you do that.
#photography #Apple #iPhone
The Best iPhone Camera Apps of 2021
 

AirTag stalking 'frighteningly easy'; multiple problems identified | 9to5Mac

A new report today says that AirTag stalking is “frighteningly easy” thanks to a number of weaknesses in Apple’s privacy protections.
It reveals several ways that an abusive partner could circumvent the measures Apple takes to alert stalking victims …
It often takes the designers of tech a long time to realise the real-world problems their devices can cause. Apple had a long time. A very long time. There's no mention on the article of whether Tile products have the same security problems. If not, no doubt they'll soon tell us.

#technology #tech #security #privacy #stalking #DomesticAbuse #Apple #AirTag
AirTag stalking ‘frighteningly easy’; multiple problems identified
 

Apple releases iOS 14.5.1, iPadOS 14.5.1, and watchOS 7.4.1 with a fix for App Tracking Transparency bug; macOS 11.3.1 now available | iDownloadBlog

On Monday, Apple released iOS and iPadOS 14.5.1 to the public. As the version number suggests, the new software is a minor update. And, as noted by Apple in the software update’s release notes, it’s primarily meant to fix a bug associated with the App Tracking Transparency feature.
There are also updates for WatchOS and MacOS. As well as the App Tracking Transparency bug, there are also some security updates.

#technology #tech #Apple #iOS #iPadOS #WatchOS #MacOS
Apple releases iOS 14.5.1, iPadOS 14.5.1, and watchOS 7.4.1 with a fix for App Tracking Transparency bug; macOS 11.3.1 now available
 

Search suggestions are now available on the App Store in the US, UK, Canada and Australia | iDownloadBlog

When you run a query for a trending keyword on the App Store, like “music”, you can refine your searches by tapping related suggested words, such as “streaming,” “editor,” “recorder,” “production” and some such. Doing so will instantly update your search with matching results.
#technology #tech #Apple
Search suggestions are now available on the App Store in the US, UK, Canada and Australia
 
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# Idun #

Til Alice - 1948-2020


53.3 × 13.8 x 58.1 mm - 4.8 MB STL.

I have been working on this piece for quite some time. It has undergone many changes both in size and function and has now finally settled in this shape as a pendant which can also be used as a brooch. I have modelled it in Blender using the sculpt tools which for every new version becomes better and better. As I have some of the finest Danish goldsmiths in my close family I plan to have it made in silver in the dimension seen above. It will be numbered, but with no upper limit of the edition, and I plan to sell it on my webpage. The piece is supplied as a stl-mesh and can be imported into Blender (and other 3d-suites) if anyone wants to use it as it is or for spare parts in modelling.

The motive should be obvious to anyone with a bit of knowledge of ancient Nordic mythology - Idun (or Iðunn) the keeper of the sacred apples that keep the Æsir Gods young.

Tomorrow it is one year since the death of a person dear to me. This piece is for her - for Alice.

Go to katharsisdrill.art

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#art #Blender #sculpt #3d #3d-print #jewellery #Alice #NorseMythology #mythology #apples #apple #trees #tree #life #Goddess #garden
#mywork #ownwork #cc #creativecommons #cc-by
 

Covid-19 Contact Tracing on Android Is Not So Private After All | Gizmodo

At the start of the pandemic, Apple and Google scrambled to enable covid-19 contact tracing on their respective smartphone operating systems. The feature, which works across iOS and Android, was designed to help folks quickly determine if they’d been exposed to the virus by simply enabling a contact-tracing setting. Both companies had promised that pertinent data collected from the features, like where you’d been and who you’d passed by, would remain relatively anonymous and that only public health agencies would have access to that information.
Unfortunately, the opposite was true for the Android version of covid-19 tracing tool.
#technology #tech #Apple #Google #iOS #Android #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic #ContactTracing
 

Apple fixes macOS zero-day bug exploited by Shlayer malware


#security #apple #bleeping computer #bleepingcomputer #computers #technology #news #education #updates #tech
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Here's a #bee approaching an #apple #blossom but it's already inhabited by a tiny spider.

#MyWork #MyPhoto #CCBYSA #DSLR #Nikon #D7000 #Nature #Spring #Horticulture
 

With a Push From Apple, Aluminum Rivals Team Up to Go Green | Bloomberg

Alcoa and Rio Tinto have developed a way to clean up one of the dirtiest metal-processing methods.
We hear a lot about what Apple gets wrong. Here's some of what they get right.

#technology #tech #Apple #environment #GreenIssues #GlobalWarming #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #ClimateBreakdown
 

From my notes during the Apple event today


iPad Pro M1 chip; up to 2TB storage; Thunderbolt, USB4; 5G; LIDAR & TrueDepth, ultra wide camera with auto-panning (CenterStage); Liquid Retina XDR mini LED display on 12.9” model; 11” $799 and 12.9” $1099, available 2nd half of May.

iMac M series in 7 colours. 1080p camera; From $1299, available 2nd half of May.

New Apple TV 4K from $199.

AirTag $29 each, $99 pack of four. Available 2nd half of May.

So, no new iPad Mini, higher-spec MacBook Pro M series, Pencil 3, or new AirPods. Maybe in September? No announcement about iOS 14.5. Also no pro Mac programs like XCode and Final Cut Pro on the iPad. Yet.

#technology #tech #Apple #iMac #iPad #AppleTV, #AirTag
 

COVID-19: NHS coronavirus app update blocked for breaking privacy rules | Science & Tech News | Sky News

Under the conditions agreed with Apple and Google, public health authorities are required to not collect location data on users.
They put NHS in the app's name to hide the government's incompetence and to run down the NHS.

#technology #tech #Apple #Google #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic #UK #government #Tories #NotTheNHS
 

Mozilla flooded with requests after Apple privacy changes hit Facebook


#security #apple #technology #bleeping computer #bleepingcomputer #computers #news #education #updates #tech
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iOS 14.4.2: New Update Now Warning Issued To All iPhone Users | Forbes

Apple has just released iOS 14.4.2, an important security update that all iPhone users should install right now. The security update in iOS 14.4.2 fixes a vulnerability in Apple’s WebKit browser engine, which the iPhone maker says has already been actively exploited.
It's a really good idea to UPDATE NOW!

#technology #tech #Apple #iOS #iPhone
 

Apple Maps Adds COVID-19 Vaccination Sites in the US | MacStories

Apple today updated Apple Maps with COVID-19 vaccination locations from VaccineFinder, a free, online service developed by Boston Children’s Hospital that provides the latest vaccine availability for those eligible at providers and pharmacies throughout the US. Users can find nearby COVID-19 vaccination locations from the Search bar in Apple Maps by selecting COVID-19 Vaccines in the Find Nearby menu or by asking Siri, “Where can I get a COVID vaccination?”
This is USA only.

#technology #tech #Apple #AppleMaps #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic #vaccination #USA
Apple Maps Adds COVID-19 Vaccination Sites in the US
 

Personal safety app for women sees surge in downloads after London killing | TechRadar

A personal safety app designed for women has seen 100,000 downloads in a mere five days, shooting to the top of the free apps chart on the Apple App Store.
WalkSafe, which is reportedly being downloaded 1,000 times every 10 minutes at the time of writing, features a map that shows crime figures taken from monthly police reports in the area, including sexual assault, mugging, knife crime, and pickpocketing.
Users can then choose to avoid crime hotspots where possible, and the app will alert you when you're near these locations.
They don't say, but it's available for iOS and Android.

#technology #tech #Apple #iOS #Android #security #safety #crime
 

Apple might soon deliver standalone iOS security updates | AppleInsider

Code discovered in the latest iOS 14.5 beta suggests Apple is planning a major policy shift that would allow users to download security patches separately from operating system updates.
Discovered by 9to5Mac on Monday, the new affordance could allow users running older operating systems to keep device security up to date without upgrading to the latest iOS version. For example, an owner of an older iPhone running iOS 13 could potentially download security updates typically packaged with newer iOS 14 point releases.
It could also mean not having to wait for the next iOS point release to go through many weeks of testing.

#technology #tech #Apple #iOS #security #privacy
 

iOS 14.5: Apple Maps Could Feature Real-Time Crowd Data for Points of Interest | MacRumors

With iOS and iPadOS 14.5 scheduled for an early spring release, Apple has begun testing a new feature that could provide Apple Maps users with real-time crowd data for points of interest, similar to Google Maps.
#technology #tech #Apple #AppleMaps
 

Apple TV+ announces programming partnership with Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai | Apple

Today, Apple is unveiling a multiyear programming partnership with women’s rights activist and youngest Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. Building on Malala’s longstanding relationship with Apple, her original programming for Apple TV+ will span dramas, comedies, documentaries, animation, and children’s series, and draw on her ability to inspire people around the world.
#technology #tech #Apple #AppleTVPlus #TVPlus #MalalaYousafzai #InternationalWomensDay
 

Leaker Suggests Apple Event to Be Held on March 23 | MacRumors

Apple will hold its first event of the year on March 23, according to information provided by a reputable Chinese leaker (via DuanRui). Apple is expected to launch AirTags, new iPads, and possibly updated AirPods at a spring event, and leaker "Kang" believes that date will be March 23.
#technology #tech #Apple
 

New iOS 14 feature to prevent AirTags stalking revealed | iMore

Apple has a feature in iOS 14 to stop someone stalking you with AirTags.
Item Safety Features will prevent an unknown tracking item from broadcasting your location.
#technology #tech #Apple #AirTags
 

macOS 11.3 code causes panic that some Apple M1 MacBooks could lose one of their best features | TechRadar

M1-powered Macs could have Rosetta 2 removed in a future update for macOS in certain regions, or at least this is the latest nugget from the rumor mill.
This one comes from MacRumors, courtesy of a contributor, Steve Moser, who was delving into the code of the latest macOS 11.3 beta (the third one) and found some interesting mentions of Rosetta 2. The latter is the translation technology that ARM-based M1 Macs use to run traditional x86 software (in other words, apps written for Intel-powered Macs).
#technology #tech #Apple #MacBook #M1 #Rosetta
 

Apple's indoor mapping format adopted as community standard | AppleInsider

Apple's Indoor Mapping Data Format (IMDF) was this week adopted by the Open Geospatial Consortium as a community standard for indoor positioning services.
Announced by Apple on Tuesday, IMDF was accepted to the OGC Standards Baseline as a Community Standard, paving the way for accurate indoor positioning data on a variety of platforms.
#technology #tech #Apple #geography #mapping #GIS
 

Final Cut Pro subscription possibility – Apple updates trademark | 9to5Mac

Apple has filed a trademark update that paves the way for a future Final Cut Pro subscription.
Or, maybe, they'll offer the ability to use stock footage from a third party, or the facility for collaboration, as LumaFusion does. But that's not as headline-worthy.

#technology #tech #Apple #video #VideoProduction #FCP #FinalCutPro
Final Cut Pro subscription might be on the way as Apple updates trademark
 
#Apple #M1 starts to fail https://www.macrumors.com/2021/02/23/m1-mac-users-report-excessive-ssd-wear/ | #computers
 
If #Apple does not allow #GNU #Linux to run on their computers, they will loose their users to malware attacks. Apple is too small to defend against the world.
 

Chrome is still a memory hog on macOS compared to Safari | AppleInsider

Long been derided as a resource-consuming web browser, a recent test by a developer reveals Google Chrome to use multiple times the memory of Apple's Safari in macOS.
Chrome uses anywhere between 10 and 24 times as much memory as Safari.

#technology #tech #Apple #MacBook #web #browser #Safari #Chrome
 

New malware found on 30,000 Macs has security pros stumped | Ars Technica

A previously undetected piece of malware found on almost 30,000 Macs worldwide is generating intrigue in security circles, which are still trying to understand precisely what it does and what purpose its self-destruct capability serves.
Once an hour, infected Macs check a control server to see if there are any new commands the malware should run or binaries to execute. So far, however, researchers have yet to observe delivery of any payload on any of the infected 30,000 machines, leaving the malware’s ultimate goal unknown. The lack of a final payload suggests that the malware may spring into action once an unknown condition is met.
Like a sleeper spy with a cyanide capsule in a hollowed-out tooth.

#technology #tech #security #privacy #hacking #malware #Apple #MacOS
 

New Apple Watch study aims to to help detect early heart failure | 9to5Mac

The latest Apple Watch health study has been announced by the University Health Network (UHN) in Canada. The goal of the study is to research how Apple’s wearable can “can drive better clinical outcomes for heart failure patients.”
#science #medicine #health #technology #tech #Apple #AppleWatch
New Apple Watch study aims to to help detect early heart failure
 
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