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Does Apple throttle devices with a low battery?

Currently, there are reports that Apple throttles the CPU clock on devices whose battery is no longer the fittest. This results in a constant runtime, but the device becomes noticeably slower. For some time now, there have been postings that iPhones are getting slower over time, especially with new iOS versions. For this, there now seems to be a ...

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Apple: iOS 10.3 released / Update: 10.3.2

Apple has released iOS 10.3 today. The official innovations are quite limited, but users of an iDevice should install the update for security reasons alone. Not included in the update description is the new file system APFS ("Apple File System"), which will eventually be used on all Apple devices. The new file system is supposed to be optimized especially for flash memory ...

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Apple: Updates for iOS and macOS

Apple has released updates for both iOS and macOS Sierra today. These are primarily for bug fixes and security. macOS Sierra 10.12.3 brings the following updates that Apple highlights, in addition to security updates and bug fixes: Improves automatic graphics switching on Macbook Pro (Late 2016) Fixes a graphics issue when encoding Adobe Premiere Pro projects on Macbook ...

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iOS 10.2

Apple: iOS 10.2 released

Apple has released iOS 10.2 with a large number of bug fixes for all devices that support iOS 10. Cupertino attaches great importance to the fact that new emoticons are available as well as TV apps (only in the US). In addition, there is a lot of bug fixes in various areas. In addition, there are, as always, security updates, so that users who rely on a jailbreak ...

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Apple iPhone 7: without jack connector, but IP67 certified

Yesterday, September 7, Apple introduced the iPhone 7 - with some innovations, including the elimination of the 3.5mm jack. As before, there are still two variants: the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The main innovations affect both variants: the home button is now no longer a mechanical element, but the click is controlled by "Taptic ...

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Malware "Pegasus": Apple reacts with iOS 9.3.5

In recent days it has become known that a software called "Pegasus" could take control of an iPhone up to incl. iOS 9.3.4 by exploiting various vulnerabilities. Apple responds with iOS 9.3.5 "Pegasus" has potentially compromised all non-updated iOS devices: by simply clicking on a link, the software got onto the device, after which it ...

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iOS: what has actually become of Adblockers?

With iOS 9, Apple introduced the ability to use adblockers on the mobile devices from Cupertino. In the meantime, iOS 9.2 has been released and the reporting around iOS adblockers has become quieter. Time to revisit the issue. For a long time, mobile iOS devices were one of the last bastions where adblocking was not possible. With iOS 9, ...

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iOS 9: Adblocker for Safari

One of the less talked about features of iOS 9 in the media is the ability to install ad blockers. Apple has now also allowed these extensions in the App Store. From the user's point of view, an ad blocker is a blessing especially on mobile devices: if one uses an iPad, for example, pages can be shown in the normal desktop view - with the corresponding advertising, ...

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