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Security researchers show how to bypass the Face ID

Today, at the security conference Black Hat, the researchers have demonstrated a unique way to work around the authentication by Face ID. The base of the tray is a pair of glasses with adhesive tape and the detection operation of the Face ID. As detailed by ThreatPost, one of the defects of the Face...

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Apple releases the new version of its multiport adapter USB‑C for digital AV

Apple has released a new version of its multiport adapter USB‑C for digital AV. This adapter which costs 79€, includes a USB port-C, an HDMI port and a USB-a port. the new version of The multiport adapter digital AV, USB-C port the model number A2119, while the previous version was the model A1621. The...

Apple Watch: a study to detect the signs of Alzheimer's and dementia

The Apple Watch can detect the early signs of dementia? Is what you are asked to the researchers of the apple, and the reason we have partnered with the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly to investigate the matter further.Already for some time, Apple has implemented its smartwatch with functions pertaining...

Apple's Music you update on Android, mode dark, and other news

Apple's Music, which has recently reached and surpassed the 60 million paying users, you update on Android, bringing on the operating system competitor to some of the innovations that will find life in the Apple products only with the arrival of iOS 13. The amendments relate to the beta version available...

IOS 12 on 88% of Apple mobile devices, is better than iOS-11

iOS 12 is installed on 88% of mobile devices Apple. The percentage rises even further, to tap the 90% if you consider only devices that have launched in the past four years. This is, probably, to the apex that this version of the operating system of Cupertino will, having regard to the imminent release...

Apple's new legal woes for voice commands, and app proprietary

New legal trouble on the horizon for Apple in California filed a class action lawsuit for registering voice commands of Siri containing confidential information without prior consent from affected users, while in Russia is investigated for unfair competition.The class action is related to a practice...