Apple released the iOS 6.1.3 update yesterday that fixes a bug in a security as well patched some holes the the Evasion jailbreak exploited.
The security bug allows anyone to bypass the lock screen and let them access the phone. Bypassing the device can let you view contact photos, voice mail and make phone calls. While the Evasion jailbreak exploited some holes in the iOS and can be used in iOS devices such as the new iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone.
Users who have updated their iOS to the latest will not be able . . . → Read More: iOS 6.1.3 Update Stops Evasion Jailbreak and Fixes Security Bug
A surprisingly quiet release by Apple Inc.
Just recently, the super tech giant, Apple Inc. has quietly launched a new low-end version of the iMac. This keeps educational institutions to save over $200 from the regular model.
Apple Inc. seems to release the newer version to avoid all fanfare of its low-end iMac. The company clarified though that this new gadget is only for educational institutions. It costs at $1,099, saving up to $200 from the price of the regular version of iMac.
It is still not confirmed though when Apple has launched the new low-end iMac for educational institution . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099
An extraordinary portion of Apple narration will leave on sale in a while this month when auctions Apple’s first product of Christie, the Apple I private computer, for a projected $160,000-$240,000 on Nov. 23.
The Apple I, recognized by countless as the first “personal computer,” was first product offering of Apple. Roughly 200 units were hand-made by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and valued at $666.66. The computer assisted to ignite the home computer revolution when it was out in July 1976 with a totally pre-assembled motherboard.
High-end public sale house Christie’s . . . → Read More: $160k Targeted to be Bagged in Auction of Apple’s First Computer