Apple confirms 11-million Apple Music subscriptions
Aug09

Apple confirms 11-million Apple Music subscriptions

Apple finally gave us a number, eleven-million people have signed up for Apple Music just a month after the new music service made it’s debut. For comparison sake, Spotify has 75-million total users, but only 25-million customers for the Premium subscription, current Apple Music accounts are converted into paying accounts ONCE their three-month trail expires, in October. Apple Month has only been on the market for a month now, but Spotify has been operating for almost a decade now. Apple Music costs $9.99 per month after the trial period, or $14.99 for families of six. What do you think? Let us know...

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OS X 10.11 El Capitan Public Beta 4 Rolled Out to Public Beta Participants
Aug08

OS X 10.11 El Capitan Public Beta 4 Rolled Out to Public Beta Participants

Apple just rolled out OS X 10.11 El Capitan Public Beta 4 to the people who have participated in Public Beta Program for testing. Public Beta participants who are on the Public Beta Program update channel will have this update waiting for them in the Mac App Store app. The beta update comes with a number of bug fixes, and security and performance...

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Apple seeds OS X 10.10.5 Beta 3 to Developers
Aug07

Apple seeds OS X 10.10.5 Beta 3 to Developers

Apple just rolled out OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite Beta 3 to developers, coming with the build number 14F25a. This beta update comes with a number of bug fixes, stability improvements, and security enhancements to make the operating system more stable and reliable. Nothing big, just a few minor tweaks. Developers an earlier beta version , can install this one through the Mac App Store, under the Updates...

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Apple Added 46 New Banks and Credit Unions Which Support Apple Pay
Aug07

Apple Added 46 New Banks and Credit Unions Which Support Apple Pay

Apple just added some more banks and credit unions , to be exact – 46, to the list of banks and credit unions which support Apple Pay. Check out the new ones below:- 1st United Services Credit Union Align Credit Union Atlantic Regional FCU Bank of Marin Bank of Oklahoma Central Pacific Bank Community & Southern Bank Countryside Bank Dominion Credit Union DuPage Credit Union Dutch Point Credit Union Electro Savings Credit Union First Bank of Dalton First Clover Bank First Collinsville Bank First County Bank First Midwest Bank First National Bank and Trust First National Bank of McGregor First State Bank Nebraska Greater Iowa Credit Union Gulf Coast Educators FCU HarborOne Bank Horizon Bank Illinois National Bank Jax Federal Credit Union LGE Community Credit Union Meadows Credit Union Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union Metro Health Services FCU MidFirst Bank Northwest Federal Credit Union Premier Bank SAC FCU The Bank of Commerce The Cooperative Bank The Paducah Bank & Trust Thomaston Savings Bank TTCU The Credit Union UniBank for Savings United Bank US Community Credit Union USE Credit Union USF Federal Credit Union West Alabama Bank & Trust Westerra Credit Union...

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iOS 9 Beta 5 and Public Beta 3 seeded
Aug06

iOS 9 Beta 5 and Public Beta 3 seeded

Apple has just, seeded iOS 9 Beta 5 to their registered developers. It has come right on time, as expected – two weeks after Beta 4. Apple has also seeded the Public Beta 3 for all their registered Public Beta testers. So go ahead and start updating!

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iPhone’s fingerprint sensor to be more secure than Android’s
Aug06

iPhone’s fingerprint sensor to be more secure than Android’s

A number of new Android smartphones now feature fingerprint scanners for user authentication and payment features. In fact the Android M, the next iteration of Google’s operating system will feature OS-level support for fingerprint sensor. However, it looks like these sensors are susceptible to hacking leaving the users’ fingerprints vulnerable to being compromised. It has been found that a technique to extract the fingerprints from the phone has been found.  Device makers have already issued security patches to fix the vulnerability,however,  researchers noted that Apple’s iPhone is quite secure and encrypts fingerprint data. Attackers will not be able to get any fingerprint data from an iPhone even if they’re able to directly read the Touch ID...

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