Another round of updates from Apple delivers some new features and plugs a range of security vulnerabilities in the company's operating systems and Safari web browser.
Some of the gloss has been taken off Apple's release of its High Sierra update for macOS on Monday, with ex-NSA hacker Patrick Wardle demonstrating a way to steal plaintext passwords that are stored in the Mac keychain.
It was only yesterday that I wrote of iOS 11’s first public beta arriving this week, and a day later, Apple has delivered.
New iPads, new iOS 11, new Macs, new HomePod, new App Store app, new AR (augmented reality) and new everything – Apple blows away the competition with its best yet.
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