When and Where
Next General Meeting
Monday, July 17, 2017
Pasadena Central Public Library Auditorium
285 E. Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91101
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The Meeting after the Meeting
861 W. Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91101
Monday, August 21, 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017
Tentatively: Backup techniques
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Tag Archives: Ars Technica
“A million iPhones (sold) isn’t cool”, says the article’s headline. What is cool? PYBT and Andrew Cunningham, at Ars Technica, will tell you, in no uncertain terms: Apple sells its billionth iPhone, year-over-year decline be damned Graphic from the article
And while we’re on the subject, Andrew Cunningham and Lee Hutchinson have a rather comprehensive look at El Capitan at Ars Technica. OS X 10.11 El Capitan: The Ars Technica Review knows all and tells all. For example, here’re the … Continue reading
Lee Hutchinson posted the confirmation on Infinite Loop this morning: OS X 10.11 releases on September 30, GM available now [Updated] If you’re part of Apple’s beta program, grab the GM and check it out!
Andrew Cunningham posted on Ars Technica yesterday morning: …Apple has announced an iSight Camera Replacement Program for iPhone 6 Plus models sold between the phone’s launch in September of 2014 and January of 2015. “A small percentage“ of phones sold … Continue reading
View image | gettyimages.com Be very, very careful about what buttons you push, when and where, on your devices. As an Ohio business exec ruefully discovered, Butt dialers beware: If you don’t lock your phone, it’s OK to eavesdrop: … Continue reading
As Cyrus Farivar noted on Ars Technica recently: As part of its iOS 9 announcement on Monday, Apple revealed that all newer iDevices equipped with TouchID and running the newer version of the operating system will be required to upgrade … Continue reading
Dan Goodin posted a rather scary article on Ars Technica, just in time to ruin lunch! New exploit leaves most Macs vulnerable to permanent backdooring starts: Macs older than a year are vulnerable to exploits that remotely overwrite the firmware … Continue reading
iOS 8.1.3 is out. From Andrew Cunningham’s post on Ars Technica this morning: Apple has just released iOS 8.1.3, the third patch for iOS 8.1 and the sixth update to iOS 8 since its release. The most significant problem addressed … Continue reading
#128279715 / gettyimages.com First off, here’s a link to the post on the Apple Web site: Apple update on iCloud.com security. Next, Sean Gallagher, on Ars Technica, posted a great user-friendly summary of a piece on greatfire.org, which tells us … Continue reading