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iOS 11 has a 'cop button' to temporarily disable Touch ID
Apple is adding an easy way to quickly disable Touch ID in iOS 11. A new setting, designed to automate emergency services calls, lets iPhone users tap the power button quickly five times to call 911. This doesn't automatically dial the emergency services by default, but it brings up the option (...)
[OSNews]

iPhone 8: everything we know from Apple's big software leak
Apple’s HomePod firmware is full of clues about its next smartphone. Here’s an exhaustive list, from all-screen design to a new SmartCam A week of analysing a leak from Apple has revealed many details about what the company’s next iPhone will be like: from facial recognition to a smart camera (...)
[The Guardian]

IPhone glitter cases recalled over reports of burns
One victim complained of injuries to her leg, face, neck, chest and hands.
[BBC News]

IPhone glitter cases recalled over reports of burns
One victim complained of injuries to her leg, face, neck, chest and hands.
[BBC]

Apple stock pops 6% on optimism for iPhone 8 sales
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Apple hints iPhone 8 won't be delayed as company's shares hit record high
Shares in the world’s most valuable company went up close to 6% in after-hours trading following the news, adding $40bn to Apple’s current value Apple shares soared to an all-time high on Tuesday afternoon after the tech company announced it had sold 41m iPhones in the last three months. Apple (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple's silence in China sets a dangerous precedent
Farhad Manjoo, in The New York Times:
 A year ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation made an extraordinary demand of Apple. To get inside a dead terrorist's iPhone, law enforcement officials wanted the company to create a hackable version of the software that runs all iPhones. To many legal (...)
[OSNews]

iPhone thieves ‘used van to rob moving truck’
Five thieves looted a truck on the motorway by climbing out of a moving van, Dutch police say.
[BBC]

iPhone thieves ‘used van to rob moving truck’
Five thieves looted a truck on the motorway by climbing out of a moving van, Dutch police say.
[BBC News]

Bug in top smartphones could lead to unstoppable malware, researcher says
Recent updates to iOS and Android contain fixes for Broadpwn, found in chips used in iPhones, Samsung Galaxies and Google Nexus devices A recently patched bug found in the chips used to provide wifi in iPhones, Samsung Galaxies and Google Nexus devices could be used to build malware which jumps (...)
[The Guardian]

Hearing implants can now stream sound right from an iPhone
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Adobe to pull plug on Flash after years of waning popularity
The media-powering technology was once inescapable – but it began to fall out of favor after Apple decided not to use it on the iPhone Adobe Flash, a once ubiquitous technology used to power most of the media content found online, will be retired at the end of 2020, the software company (...)
[The Guardian]

Générations X @ Z
Génération Z, C ou i (comme iPhone, iTunes, I don't care...), peu importe l'étiquette qu'on leur colle, la prochaine génération, celle des 21 ans et moins, possède une vision bien particulière de la vie et du marché du travail. Que ce soit pour attirer une main-d'oeuvre de plus en plus exigeante afin (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

How Guardian readers arrange the icons on their smartphones
Last week Alex Hern advised how to arrange apps on your home screen. But not everybody agreed – and here are their alternatives Life hack: how to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time On Friday, I shared what I believe to be the correct way to sort the icons on your smartphone: a (...)
[The Guardian]

* Android is a dead end *
Dieter Bohn at The Verge: So while Microsoft didn't do itself any favors, I'd argue strongly that all these machinations and flailings weren't a response (or weren't only a response) to the iPhone. The real enemy was the company that had set its sights on Microsoft's phone ambitions since (...)
[OSNews]

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