Tag Archive: Fixed


Fixed iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro Released

Apple has released an updated version of iOS 9.3.2 for users of iPad Pro 9.7″ models. The prior iOS 9.3.2 release for that specific model line of iPad Pro suffered from a few problems that could potentially make the device unusable with an “Error 56″ message. While the issue didn’t impact all iPad Pro owners, … Read More

Apple has already fixed the latest Siri exploit

Well, that didn’t take long. Just one day after reports came out of a Siri exploit that left iPhone 6s and 6s Plus users’ photos and contacts accessible without a passcode, Apple has adjusted its digital assistant’s behavior to close the hole. News of the gap came out Monday, and while it didn’t affect every […]

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Serious OS X vulnerability isn’t fixed after all

A significant security flaw affecting OS X Yosemite, known as Rootpipe, hasn’t been fixed as previously thought, according to a former NSA staffer. The flaw is said to have existed since 2011, and allows for an attacker to gain full control of…Read more ›

How one Apple engineer fixed the Mac’s awful startup sound for good

One of the things that makes a Mac a Mac is the beautiful startup sound it makes when you turn it on: a soothing, sonorous noise that sounds like electronic harp strings being plucked as you enter the gardens of…Read more ›

How one Apple engineer fixed the Mac’s awful startup sound for good

One of the things that makes a Mac a Mac is the beautiful startup sound it makes when you turn it on: a soothing, sonorous noise that sounds like electronic harp strings being plucked as you enter the gardens of…Read more ›

Silicon Beach Special: Solé Fixed Gear Bicycles [Deals]

Venice Beach, California. A sunny playground full of hipsters, homeless folk, and the team behind of Cult of Mac Deals. But there’s another company that calls this chill little corner of LA home – Solé Bicycles. We’ve partnered up with…Read more ›

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iOS 7.0.2 May Have Fixed One Lock Screen Hack, But It Adds Another [Video]

iPhone-5s-passcodeApple released iOS 7.0.2 on Thursday, and in its release notes, the company said it had fixed “bugs that could allow someone to bypass the lock screen passcode.” Unfortunately, it seems it didn’t fix all of them, because the update added another lock screen vulnerability of its own, which you can see in the video […]

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EA Promises SimCity For Mac Installation Issues Are Now Fixed

SimCity-Mac  SimCity’s launch on the PC earlier this year was nothing short of embarrassing for EA, with server problems making the title physically unplayable for those who purchased it. So you’d have thought that the gaming giant would have put extra effort into ensuring everything went smoothly when SimCity finally made its debut on the Mac this Thursday. […]

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Fixed? Giant Security Hole Apparently Patched, iForgot Site Back Up

Yo, dawg, I heard you had some security issues...

Yo, dawg, I heard you had some security issues…

Earlier today, we told you about the massive security issue that Apple let slip through while adding it’s new two step authentication process. As a result, Apple shut down it’s password recovery site, iForgot, earlier today.

And? It’s back up and ready to start helping you get your password. Looks like Apple fixed the problem.

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New Kindle For iOS Update Deletes Your Entire Book Library [Update: Fixed!]

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Heads up! If you use Amazon’s Kindle app for the iPhone or iPad, don’t hit update! The new 3.6.1 update will, if installed, delete your entire book library from your device. Amazon’s working on the problem, and for a problem of this magnitude, expect a quick fix.

Update: And it’s now been fixed!</a<