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Mac RumorsFeb 21, 2024
Apple Immersive Video Featuring 2023 MLS Playoffs Coming to Vision Pro
Apple today announced plans to introduce an Apple Immersive Video that features the best of the 2023 MLS Cup Playoffs. Apple says that this will be the first-ever sports film captured in Apple Immersive Video, and it will be viewable on the Vision Pro headset.

Apple Updates iMessage With a New 'Post-Quantum' Encryption Protocol (Gizmodo)
Apple's new Sports app offers scores, stats and interesting caveats (Washington Post Tech)

Computer World Security NewsFeb 21, 2024
Apple's iMessage gains industry-leading quantum security
Apple is preparing for future threats to iMessage by introducing upgraded encryption for its messaging service by using quantum computers.

Think of it as state-of-the-art quantum security for messaging at scale, the company says, resulting in Apple's messaging system being more secure against both current and future foes.

What is the protection? Announced on Apple's Security Research blog, the new iMessage protection is called PQ3 and promises the "strongest security properties of any at-scale messaging protocol in the world."

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Mac RumorsFeb 21, 2024
Hands-On With the New 'Apple Sports' App
Apple today released Apple Sports, a brand new app that's designed to be a dedicated hub for sports fans to find real-time statistics, scores, lineup details, live betting odds, and more. This is Apple's first new app in some time, so we thought we'd give it a quick evaluation.

Gizmag Emerging TechFeb 21, 2024
Apple Vision Pro is about to enable fully immersive 3D music production
Producing music these days can be something of a flat experience, undertaken using powerful software running on a computer. With the sales launch of the Apple Vision Pro, DAW maker Hit'n'Mix is planning to immerse musicians in their creations.

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Apple's Vision Pro isn't a full-fledged Mac replacement — yet (ComputerWorld)

CNET How ToFeb 21, 2024
Bag Apple's M1 iPad Air for Just $449, Its Lowest Price Yet - CNET
You can now save a whopping $150 off the M1 iPad Air and pay just $449, but for how long?

CNET NewsFeb 21, 2024
iOS 17.4 Beta 4: Your iPhone Could Get Virtual Card Numbers for Apple Cash - CNET
Developers and beta testers can access some of these features now, depending on their location.

Mac RumorsFeb 21, 2024
Apple's OLED Roadmap: New iPad Mini, Foldable iPad Pro, and More
Apple is planning to launch at least nine new devices with OLED displays across the iPad and MacBook product lines, according to an updated forecast from research firm Omdia that sets out the company's plans in detail.

EngadgetFeb 21, 2024
The Morning After: Fujifilm updates its TikTok-famous compact camera
Fujifilm's X100V was, for some reason, a huge hit on TikTok. This made it hard to buy, despite its tiny form factor and retro Fuji appeal. Fortunately, the company is here to make money offer an improved update, the 40.2-megapixel X100 VI. While keeping the same retro form, it has much faster shooting speeds, in-body stabilization, 6.2K 30p video and more. Video-wise, it can also capture at 4K at 60 fps and 1080p at 240fps.

Fujifilm Fujifilm's X100VI is now on pre-order for $1,600 in silver or black, with shipping slated for early March 2024. Money to burn? Desperate for the TikTok cachet? The company is also offering a special edition version "engraved with the corporate brand logo from Fujifilm's founding in 1934" for $2,000.

— Mat Smith

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EngadgetFeb 16, 2024
Apple confirms home screen web apps will no longer work on European iOS devices
Apple has explained why it's disabling progressive web apps (PWAs) in the EU, it wrote in updated developer notes seen by TechCrunch. The news follows users noticing that web apps were no longer functional in Europe with recent iOS 17.4 beta releases. Apple said it's blocking the feature in the region due to new rules around browsers in Europe's Digital Markets Act (DMA).

Web apps behave much like native apps, allowing dedicated windowing, notifications, long-term local storage and more. European users tapping web app icons will see a message asking if they wish to open them in Safari instead or cancel. That means they act more like web shortcuts, creating issues like data loss and broken notifications, according to comments from users seen by MacRumors.

The problem, according to Apple, is a new DMA requirement that it allow browsers that don't use its WebKit architecture. "Addressing the complex security and privacy concerns associated with web apps using altern

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