“GrayKey iPhone unlocker poses serious security concerns” – Malwarebytes Labs Q: Should Cupertino start paying bounties for ZDE discoveries? In late 2017, word of a new iPhone unlocker device started to circulate: a device called GrayKey, made by a company named Grayshift. — Read on Malwarebytes I’m going back to my flip phone. 📞 “Say… Read More Rhymes with “Say Please?”
I got a sneak peek inside Apple’s new flagship retail store during its construction. The location is in the lot formerly occupied by the Borders book store. The build requires the tallest construction crane currently in Santa Monica because the ceiling implements one of Steve Jobs’ last patents: the glass roof. Apple store employees will apparently… Read More Inside Apple’s New Flagship Third Street Promenade Store
For when you just absolutely have to have those glass ceilings on your new flagship store, there’s no substitute for the Apple iCrane. Apple’s Third Street Promenade store is moving to new digs south of Santa Monica Boulevard. It makes sense for them to want to be closer to the new Santa Monica Place mall,… Read More Apple iCrane
Intro When the iPhone concept started taking shape at Apple, installed apps were not given much consideration. No plan existed for an installed app marketplace because the WebKit-based iOS Safari mobile browser would be able to do all the work,* thus allowing web apps to be written in a unified standard. And that unified standard… Read More Three Steps to a Fullscreen Web App on iOS Safari
Can’t wait until this is available on iOS Safari mobile. From your browser you can now upload pictures and videos from the camera as well as sounds from the microphone. via Android 3.0 Honeycomb is first to implement the Device API | David Calhouns Blog.
The Santa Monica Planning Commission approved Apple’s plans for a new retail store with a giant glass roof on Wednesday without any discussion. via AppleInsider | Santa Monica Apple Store with glass roof given swift approval.
The Chiat/Day relationship with Steve Jobs and Apple is nothing short of legendary. That legend goes something like this: Chiat was hired by Apple to create the (also legendary) Ridley Scott-directed, $1 million, only-aired-once-cause-it’s-so-goddamn-special 1984 commercial that introduced the Macintosh line of computers during the Super Bowl. When Jobs was forced out of left Apple, he used… Read More Apple-Google Squabble Spreads to LA
Ooops. A security flaw in the iPhone allows strangers to bypass the handset’s lock screen with a few button presses. via Secret Button Sequence Bypasses iPhone Security | Threat Level | Wired.com.