Apple has released system software updates for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Watch.
Global hardware and software vendor, Apple, has made a range of announcements for software developers to foster the next generation of apps.
The techniques used by XcodeGhost, the infected version of Apple's Xcode compiler that has caused an eruption of malware on the Apple China app store, are similar to those developed and demonstrated by America's Central Intelligence Agency.
The top media release in Apple's Australian website at the time of writing this announces proudly "iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus Arrive on Friday, September 25".
Palo Alto has released an updated report on the Chinese #iOSdisaster that indicates that its reach is far greater than admitted, or imagined.
The Apple Watch and the new MacBooks attracted this morning's headlines - but what about the security updates pushed out overnight?
QLRT Xcode 1.1 is a static library file for protection, activation and license management of applications created with Apple's Xcode development system. Developers use QuickLicense 6 to configure Trial, Product, Subscription, Floating, Try/Buy or Educational licenses that present a manual or automated activation process.
QLRT Xcode is a static library containing the QuickLicense runtime software for protection, activation and license management of applications created with Apple's Xcode development system.
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