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Headlines

Apple confirmed that it has addressed the recent “Meltdown” vulnerability in previously released iOS 11.2, macOS 10.13.2, and tvOS 11.2 updates, with additional fixes coming to Safari in the near future to defend against the “Spectre” vulnerability.

News

Apple has given a straight-to-series order to the docuseries “Home,” Variety has learned.

The iPhone maker becomes the last of tech’s biggest companies to endorse compression technology designed to go easy on your data plan.

Look for Jimmy Iovine to leave Apple Music in August. His planned departure is likely timed to his shares fully vesting, sources tell Billboard.

App Store customers made apps and games a bigger part of their holiday season than ever, culminating in $300 million in purchases on New Year’s Day.

Under CEO Tim Cook, Apple has been late shipping new devices, delayed by factors including a large and growing global customer base, and more sophisticated technology.

Reviews

Sure, it’s the fastest Mac ever made, but the T2 chip is what really makes it different.

The iPhone X is the first iPhone with an OLED display, which happens to be the best smartphone display in the world right now.

The Pacific chair by the British firm Barber Osgerby signals how radically our ideals about work have changed in the past three decades.

Rumors

Others

Apple continues to ramp up its efforts to court developers by making it easier to create and iterate their apps for its platforms.

While Mac sales keep growing and there are a few new machines, the platform is getting far less love than some users want. Here’s a thought experiment to see if there might be another strategy.

Finally

My optimistic take: we hope that as iOS matures, and more and more pro users begin to seriously consider the iPad as a legitimate part of their daily work routines, Transmit iOS can one day return and triumph like it does on the Mac.

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