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Aug 23, 2019 at 18:59.

La FCC investigará los teléfonos actuales por superar el límite de radiación

La FCC investigará los teléfonos actuales por superar el límite de radiación

Este reportaje del Chicago Tribune sobre la radiación de los teléfonos celulares suena alarmante: nos descubre que los smartphones más populares emiten niveles de radiación más altos de lo permitido. Pero, aunque definitivamente vale la pena seguir investigando algunos de los hallazgos, no hay razón para asustarse de los riesgos para la salud, por ahora.

Según su reportaje exhaustivo, el...

Eduardo Marín Eduardo Marín Aug 22, 2019 at 23:31. 3 comments

Nuevos detalles sobre el iPhone 11 Pro y la próxima generación de AirPods

Nuevos detalles sobre el iPhone 11 Pro y la próxima generación de AirPods

Faltan pocas semanas para la presentación de la nueva generación del iPhone, y los detalles no paran de filtrarse. Se espera que Apple presente tres nuevos modelos, incluyendo dos versiones “Pro” con mejor cámara y un sucesor para el iPhone XR. Además, también han surgido detalles de la segunda generación de los AirPods.

Así es como funciona la aparatosa cámara del iPhone 11

9to5Mac dice...

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Jennings Brown Jennings Brown Aug 22, 2019 at 22:09. 10 comments

Apple: Our Precious Credit Card Must Be Handled Like a Delicate Flower From Heaven

Apple: Our Precious Credit Card Must Be Handled Like a Delicate Flower From Heaven

This week, the Apple Card became available to the masses , but early adopters who choose to also obtain the physical card in addition to an iPhone-based one may want to store their delicate sliver of titanium in a vacuum-sealed glass box.

Apple Insider first reported that on Tuesday a “How to clean your Apple Card” guide was added to Apple’s website, giving some specific instructions about...

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Miguel Jorge Miguel Jorge Aug 22, 2019 at 16:16. 12 comments

Apple sugiere que su tarjeta de crédito de titanio no debe mezclarse con el cuero o la tela vaquera

Apple sugiere que su tarjeta de crédito de titanio no debe mezclarse con el cuero o la tela vaquera

Al parecer, la Apple Card de titanio, la flamante tarjeta de crédito de los de Cupertino que está comenzando a enviarse a los primeros usuarios, hay que tratarla con cierta cautela. Según una guía de limpieza publicada por la compañía, no deberías almacenarla junto al cuero o el tejido vaquero.

La razón: la posible decoloración de la tarjeta al entrar en contacto con estos materiales. La...

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Aug 21, 2019 at 15:18.

La Apple Card ya está disponible en todo Estados Unidos

La Apple Card ya está disponible en todo Estados Unidos

Por fin: la Apple Card ya está disponible en todo Estados Unidos. Y para celebrarlo, Apple ha añadido Uber y Uber Eats a la lista de aplicaciones que devolverán un 3% de lo que compres con ella.

A principios de este mes, Apple lanzó 10 tutoriales en vídeo en los que explicaba su funcionamiento y cómo solicitarla. Para pedirla, envía tu solicitud a través de la aplicación Wallet y luego...

Andrew Liszewski Andrew Liszewski Aug 21, 2019 at 04:40. 6 comments

Typing on the iPhone Sounds Amazing With the Original Mac Keyboard Attached

Typing on the iPhone Sounds Amazing With the Original Mac Keyboard Attached

One of the new features that will arrive with iOS 13 next month is support for a mouse. It should help push the iPad closer to being a true laptop replacement for many users, but YouTuber Napabar found an even better use for the feature: upgrading his iPhone X with both an original Macintosh computer and mouse.

As you can probably imagine, given the Apple Macintosh’s M0110 keyboard and M0100...

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Victoria Song Victoria Song Aug 21, 2019 at 00:10. 1 comments

The Apple Card Is Now Available for the Masses

The Apple Card Is Now Available for the Masses

Behold, the Apple Card is now available to everyone in the United States. And to celebrate, Apple has expanded 3 percent cash back for Uber and Uber Eats purchases.

Earlier this month, Apple rolled it out via an invite-only preview, complete with a whopping 10 video tutorial . You have to apply through the Wallet app, and then enter some personal info such as your income, the last four digits...

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Miguel Jorge Miguel Jorge Aug 20, 2019 at 16:33. 6 comments

La plataforma de televisión de Apple llegará en noviembre a un precio de 9,99 dólares al mes

La plataforma de televisión de Apple llegará en noviembre a un precio de 9,99 dólares al mes

Según ha informado Bloomberg hace unas horas, Apple planea lanzar su servicio de suscripción a TV+ en noviembre a un precio de 9,99 dólares al mes. El Financial Times dice que Cupertino está tratando de adelantarse al debut de Disney Plus, por lo que TV+ podría estar disponible antes del 12 de noviembre.

Los informes de ambos medios explican que el gigante tecnológico destinó alrededor de 6...

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Tom McKay Tom McKay Aug 20, 2019 at 11:10. 16 comments

Report: Apple Is Pouring Over $6 Billion Into Apple TV+, Including Nine Figures on The Morning Show

Report: Apple Is Pouring Over $6 Billion Into Apple TV+, Including Nine Figures on The Morning Show

Apple’s budget for its forthcoming streaming service—previously reported to be around $1 billion, give or take—has exploded to $6 billion, according to a Monday report in the Financial Times.

“People familiar with the matter” told the paper that executives Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, industry veterans in charge of the project, have landed funding commitments in excess of $6 billion....

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Matías S. Zavia Matías S. Zavia Aug 20, 2019 at 03:02.

Vuelve el Jailbreak (gracias a un embarazoso error de Apple en la última actualización de iOS)

Vuelve el Jailbreak (gracias a un embarazoso error de Apple en la última actualización de iOS)

Por primera vez en años, el Jailbreak está disponible para la versión más reciente de iOS, lo que significa que cualquiera puede hackear su iPhone para modificar el sistema o instalar apps piratas. El culpable: un error de Apple al reintroducir en iOS 12.4 una vulnerabilidad que había parcheado en iOS 12.3.

Según Motherboard, los investigadores de seguridad se dieron cuenta del error durante...

Matías S. Zavia Matías S. Zavia Aug 20, 2019 at 01:32. 1 comments

Apple filtra el precio de su servicio de juegos por suscripción: $4,99 al mes

Apple filtra el precio de su servicio de juegos por suscripción: $4,99 al mes

Cuando Apple anunció un servicio de juegos sin anuncios, ni compras extras, compatible con todas sus plataformas, con 100 juegos nuevos desde el primer día y la posibilidad de compartir la suscripción con cinco familiares... no esperábamos que le pusiera un precio razonable. Pero, al parecer, lo hizo.

9to5Mac ha encontrado un mensaje promocional en una de las APIs de la App Store que adelanta...

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Tom McKay Tom McKay Aug 18, 2019 at 07:40. 7 comments

Apple Sues Corellium for Selling Access to Cloud-Based 'Perfect Replicas' of iOS

Apple Sues Corellium for Selling Access to Cloud-Based 'Perfect Replicas' of iOS

Apple is suing a company, Corellium LLC, that it says is illegally reselling virtual copies of its iOS operating system under the pretense of legitimate security research, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

Corellium advertises itself as “the first and only platform to offer iOS, Android, and Linux virtualization on ARM.” Per TechCrunch, the company allows users to interact with simulated iOS...

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Victoria Song Victoria Song Aug 17, 2019. 7 comments

Why Is Apple Flexing on High-end Camera Company Red Over Vague Patents?

Why Is Apple Flexing on High-end Camera Company Red Over Vague Patents?

Apple isn’t afraid of beef, and the latest company on its bad side is Red Digital Cinema. The two companies are currently locked in a lawsuit over one of Red’s RAW codec patents, which Apple is trying to get invalidated. The big question, however, is why Apple is going through the trouble in the first place.

Red Digital Cinema makes relatively pricey digital cinematography equipment—think...

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Alyse Stanley Alyse Stanley Aug 16, 2019. 4 comments

Microsoft Confirms Your Cortana and Skype Recordings Aren't Private Either, Surprising No One

Microsoft Confirms Your Cortana and Skype Recordings Aren't Private Either, Surprising No One

At this point, if you don’t want strangers to listen to recordings from your devices, it’s looking like you may just have to go off the grid. On Thursday, Microsoft became the latest tech giant to admit it uses human contractors to review its users’ audio. So in case you’ve lost track by now, that list also includes Apple , Amazon , Facebook , and Google .

The news comes via a quiet update to...

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Catie Keck Catie Keck Aug 14, 2019. 20 comments

Apple's Favorite Anti-Right-to-Repair Argument Is Bullshit

Apple's Favorite Anti-Right-to-Repair Argument Is Bullshit

Increasingly, it seems, our gadgets are not wholly owned by us—that when some component breaks, we are at the mercy of the giant companies that charge us out the ears for repair parts and services. One of the tech industry’s favorite lines of defense with respect to upholding repair monopolies is “safety,” but advocates have long challenged the extent to which this claim may be overblown and...

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Matías S. Zavia Matías S. Zavia Aug 14, 2019. 3 comments

Estos son los nombres de los nuevos iPhones, según un fabricante de fundas

Estos son los nombres de los nuevos iPhones, según un fabricante de fundas

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro y iPhone 11 Pro Max. Esos son los tres teléfonos que presentará Apple en septiembre, según un documento interno del fabricante de fundas ESR que ha filtrado este miércoles el blog francés iPhoneSoft.

En el documento (un catálogo de fundas) figura además el tamaño de pantalla de cada iPhone. El iPhone 11, que reemplazaría al actual iPhone XR, tiene una pantalla de 6,1...

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Tom McKay Tom McKay Aug 14, 2019. 7 comments

FTC Chief: Well Yes, We Could Break Up Big Tech, But Only If We Really, Really Wanted to or Something

FTC Chief: Well Yes, We Could Break Up Big Tech, But Only If We Really, Really Wanted to or Something

The chair of the Federal Trade Commission, Chairman Joe Simons, acknowledged in an interview on Tuesday that perhaps maybe, just maybe, one outcome of an FTC task force inquiry into whether tech giants violated anticompetition laws could be forcing them to break up into smaller companies, according to reports in Reuters and Bloomberg.

The likes of Facebook probably aren’t quaking in their...

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Tom McKay Tom McKay Aug 14, 2019. 7 comments

FAA Bans Some Recalled MacBook Pro Models From Flying, Citing Fire Risk

FAA Bans Some Recalled MacBook Pro Models From Flying, Citing Fire Risk

The Federal Aviation Administration has “banned select MacBook Pro” units from flying in the air after Apple issued a warning that some contained batteries that pose a fire risk, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.

The ban applies to some 15-inch MacBook Pros with Retina Displays sold between September 2015 and February 2017; these were subject to a June 2019 Apple recall warning of a “fire safety...

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Catie Keck Catie Keck Aug 13, 2019. 6 comments

Apple's New Messy TV Teaser Prompts a Lot of Questions, Most Notably: Why?

Apple's New Messy TV Teaser Prompts a Lot of Questions, Most Notably: Why?

It feels like it’s been years—rather than mere months —since Apple introduced its roster of original programming for its forthcoming streaming service Apple TV+. But even prior to its official announcement, reports were already swirling that its offerings were so dull that the product was being referred to internally as “expensive NBC.” And reader, if a teaser trailer for The Morning Show is...

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Tom McKay Tom McKay Aug 12, 2019. 11 comments

Russia Demands Google Cease Sending YouTube Push Notifications for Protest Livestreams

Russia Demands Google Cease Sending YouTube Push Notifications for Protest Livestreams

Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) has demanded that Google cease promoting livestreams of demonstrations with push notifications, a day after “tens of thousands” of Russians “staged what observers called the country’s biggest political protest for eight years on Saturday,” Reuters reported.

In a statement,...

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