I'm on it
The best part is they have new Memoji stickers and don't require much of a nasal swab. You never can have too many of those, whatever they are, Memojis that is.
Apple has emitted a bundle of security fixes ranging across its product lines. The seven updates address dozens of CVE-listed flaws in the firmware and software components of Cupertino's portables and desktops. Since you're stuck inside by the coronavirus pandemic, now's a great time to get patching. For the flagship iOS, the …
I can only think that if you can run a program as a UID that doesn’t exist on a local machine of some sort you can use that to exploit another machine of some kind.
I don’t really believe that this is a vulnerability and it certainly doesn’t deserve its CVSS score.
I still use it. I've tried several of the alternatives and none are as convenient, or the ones that are as convenient to use won't play as nicely with all of my music. And running it on the PC is more user-friendly than on mobile devices. Lossless or HBR rips are fine through the attached amp.
I am, however, mightily pissed off at some of the changes as they try to deprecate it. It was a good, central console for controlling the content on my household's various iDevices. However Apple are now trying to make this more difficult.
Books are a particular peeve. I put all of my manuals on my mobile devices, as (obviously) the only times I'm ever going to need them are going to be the times when everything has gone to shit and I'm away from the sources. These are all in PDF, which played nicely with all the other books in the Books reader. However the recent changes have made managing PDFs a right PITA, as I can no longer just add them to my central library and have them propagate everywhere I want them. Instead I have to add them individually to each device, often one book at a time. Of course, Apple's response is "the books you've purchased from the iTunes Store will be automatically downloaded to all of your devices". Thank you very much, that's really helpful.
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