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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, June 23, 2018


  • "What Tim Cook says coming out cost him—and why he still has 'no regrets'"  CNBC 9:24 AM
  • "Security researcher shows how to brute force iPhone passcodes¬†[Video] 9to5Mac 7:53 AM
  • "Making The Grade: Apple's biggest mistake in K-12 happened in 2006"  9to5Mac 8:21 AM
  • "A hacker figured out how to brute force iPhone passcodes"  ZDNet 4:26 PM
  • "Security researcher gets around iPhone passcode limit: Brute force attack lets would-be hackers run as many passcodes as they want without destroying data, ZDNet reports." CNET 4:25 PM
  • "Security researcher bypasses iPhone's limit on passcode attempts: The method only needs an iPhone that's switched on and a Lightning cable." Engadget 2:23 PM
  • "Apple disputes claims of iOS 'vulnerability' to brute force passcode hack"  AppleInsider 9:00 PM
  • "Apple attempts to invalidate Qualcomm patents in ongoing licensing fee spat: Firm claims chipmaker's patents 'aren't new ideas'"  The Inquirer 6/22
  • "Apple Goes Nuclear In Patent War Against Qualcomm Via USPTO" HotHardware 6/22
  • "In latest legal move, Apple fights Qualcomm over four US patents" iDownload Blog 6/22
  • "Apple is ordering so many shows, with nowhere to show them: It's hard to get excited for Apple's upcoming shows without knowing how we'll get to watch"  The Verge 6/22
  • "U.S. Supreme Court Bolsters Mobile-Phone Privacy Rights"  Bloomberg 6/22
  • "Supreme Court Rules that Warrants Generally Are Required to Collect Cellphone Data" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/22
  • "Supreme Court rules that warrant is needed to access cell tower records" Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 6/22
  • "Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to access a suspect's cellphone location data" Mashable 6/22
  • "Where oh where can the Mac updates be? Long product cycles are the now normal for the Mac."  Macworld 6/22
  • "CMV: Here's a way Apple could solve its MacBook Pro dilemma, and keep everyone happy"  9to5Mac 6/22