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Rarely has a trailer for a movie adaptation of a book been more timely…
— USA TODAY Life (@usatodaylife) December 6, 2016
I miss these:
[h/t 512 Pixels]
Today’s security update for Apple’s iOS devices is a serious one:
One of the world’s most evasive digital arms dealers is believed to have been taking advantage of three security vulnerabilities in popular Apple products in its efforts to spy on dissidents and journalists.
Basically, if you’re a journalist working for a national or international news organisation, update your iPhone or iPad as soon as you possibly can.
Liam the recycling robot is awesome. And we so need to be reclaiming materials like this.
This article has me rethinking one of my core reasons for not using my iPad for more blogging:
I’ve pretty much stopped importing and editing images on my Mac. Though I didn’t expect it, the iPad provides me with an easier and quicker workflow for posting hero images on iMore than my Mac ever did.
Basically, while we were all looking elsewhere, the iPad got really good at moving files between applications. And, for some tasks, it’s now better than the Mac.
This might restrict the use of drone journalism to experts:
Airline pilots have called for a clampdown on drones, warning of potential disaster after four separate near-miss incidents at UK airports were reported in a single month, including one in a passenger jet taking off from London Stansted.
Tinder is judging you:
You might not realize it, but anyone who’s used the popular dating app is assigned an internal rating: a score calculated by the company that ranks the most (and least) desirable people swiping on the service. The scores are not available to the public, but Tinder recently granted me access to my own—and I’ve regretted learning it ever since.
There’s a small part of me that wishes I’d had something like Tinder when I was a 20-something. It would have helped me deal with my crippling nervousness about admitting that I fancied someone – and I’d certainly have got laid more often. But stuff like this makes me very glad I married before the rise of the dating app.
Imagine Tinder selling on this data, so people can target the “desirable elite”…
Well, if you’re having problems choosing a gift for your iPhone-using digital journalist, Apple have just solved the problem for you:
The battery case, which charges with the phone, claims to over double double the talk and data life of the device – which mobile journalists who work in the field regularly will recognise as a huge boon:
Charge your iPhone and battery case simultaneously for increased talk time up to 25 hours, Internet use up to 18 hours on LTE, and even longer audio and video playback.* With the Smart Battery Case on, the intelligent battery status is displayed on the iPhone Lock screen and in Notification Centre, so you know exactly how much charge you have left.
Of course, it would be nice if the phone itself latest longer, but this isn’t a bad solution for £79. It’s certainly more practical than the external battery bank I’ve been using up until now.
(Yes, I’ve ordered one.)