Apple recommends users update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered these security bugs. Apple has patched two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting iOS, iPadOS and macOS; users are advised to update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. The vulnerabilities were discovered by Google’s . . . Read more
A visual guide to the keys to press to quickly snap a window to one side — ordered from easiest to most difficult to perform. Lots of tech tasks benefit from side-by-side apps or browser windows. Selecting a system? Take notes in one app with technical specs displayed in another. . . . Read more
AirDropping files to others means following the first etiquette rule: ensuring your name is both professional and accurate so it’s easy to find it in a list of nearby devices. AirDrop is a very useful and safe feature that enables instant exchange of files and data between Apple devices. It . . . Read more
Add sources, locations and topics you want to track in Google News — and hide those you don’t want to display — for a reliable and free way to aggregate global news. As a news aggregator, Google News showcases stories from thousands of sources around the world. It provides an . . . Read more
When you want to share items on your Apple device, you can control the apps and services available. Find out how to use the Share tool. Image: garagestock/Shutterstock The Share tool built into iOS and iPadOS lets you share content with specific people, apps and services, but you’re not stuck . . . Read more
iPads running iPadOS 17. Image: Apple, Inc. Since the launch of the first-generation iPad in 2010, Apple has dominated the tablet market. Originally launching with iPhone OS 3.2, the first-generation 9.7″ iPad was architecturally akin to a large iPhone. With successive models, Apple has differentiated the iPad from the iPhone . . . Read more
by Paul Ducklin Apple’s latest update blast is out, including an extensive range of security patches for all devices that Apple offcially supports. There are fixes for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS, along with patches for all three supported flavours of macOS, and even a special update to the firmware . . . Read more
Don’t delay, especially if you’re still running an iOS 12 device… please do it today!
Double 0-day exploits – one in WebKit (to break in) and the other in the kernel (to take over). Patch now!
A slew of security bulletins from Apple HQ, including 37 bugs listed as fixed in the initial public release of macOS Monterey.