The latest antitrust hearing looking into concerns about Apple and Google’s market power is underway. Along with the companies getting a grilling from the Congressional subcommittee on antitrust, representatives from Spotify, Tile, and more are testifying about how they see the two tech giants as stifling competition.
On Tuesday, Apple presented a bunch of new products during its ‘Spring Loaded’ event. With new Macs, Apple TV, iPad Pro, and more unveiled, what was your favorite announcement?
After a bunch of new videos on its YouTube channel about the “Spring Loaded” event, Apple is sharing two new “Behind the Mac” ads about how Billie Eilish’s brother Finnneas creates songs using a Mac and students getting into college.
The one-hour Apple ‘Spring Loaded’ event included a bunch of new hardware and features. While a new iPad Pro, redesigned iMac, Podcast subscription feature, and a new Apple TV were unveiled, there are things that Apple is rumored to be working on but didn’t announce. Read on as we round up what Apple didn’t announce…
The security of millions of iOS apps could have been compromised due to a security vulnerability in the popular dependency manager CocoaPods.
Software developers often rely on code written by other companies or developers in order to speed up the development of their products. To facilitate the management of code from other sources — known as dependencies — developers use a tool called a dependency manager. The same is true when developing for Apple’s platforms, and the most popular dependency manager for iOS apps by far is CocoaPods.
This past Monday, the maintainers of the project released a statement uncovering a security issue that’s been recently discovered and was present in the software since June 2015, giving attackers plenty of time to potentially exploit it.