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Apple to Require All New iOS Apps to be 64-Bit Starting February 1st
Posted 7 minutes ago by David Zech
There are more benefits to 64-bit than just being able to address more RAM. Usually you have wider, and more general purpose registers. It's also preparing for the future when we will probably need > 2 gigs of ram on a phone.
Apple Addresses Privacy Concerns Over Spotlight in OS X Yosemite
Posted 22 minutes ago by Nat
The privacy here is what words are typed and if someone uses the computer and notices what you typed, they may be onto something.
How to Unlock the iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G Using UltraSn0w
Posted 29 minutes ago by iphony
That worked for me on 3GS 6.1.6. From the beginning if I remember correctly, 1. redsn0w: uncheck Cydia and everything else, check upgrade to ipad baseband 2. Repeat redsn0w, this time with: check Cydia, check downgrade baseband. Now you have tethered boot 3. In redsn0w: Just boot 3. From Cydia, install p0sixspwn. This makes it untethered boot. 4. From Cydia, add the ultrasn0w repository and then install ultrasn0w. Voila! Service! For me the key step was to start over, then upgrade baseband first and then downgrade baseband. Finally recognized T-mobile sim.
Early Benchmarks for the New 27-Inch Retina iMac [Chart]
Posted 30 minutes ago by geoffreyTK
what's TCOM?
Apple to Require All New iOS Apps to be 64-Bit Starting February 1st
Posted 34 minutes ago by yea
iphone 6S will get the extra RAM. hence the "s". Apple is sooooo obvious in their planning. Everybody can see what they are planning a mile ahead. soo predictable
Late 2014 Mac Mini Teardown Reveals Soldered RAM [Photos]
Posted 38 minutes ago by Sympathy
@drew. I think soldering process takes more of hand works. And thats more money for workers. So eventually it has higher cost with soldering. Plus there is a DRAM socket on the board just like last gen. But with soldered of course
Late 2014 Mac Mini Teardown Reveals Soldered RAM [Photos]
Posted 41 minutes ago by Trololo
@Pentriola Not necessarily since they only have to solder the chips them self it removes the need for the ddr3 connector and remove the need for the ram to be atached to a separate pcb it would probably work out to be alittle cheaper not much but alittle bit. also removing all that stuff makes the system easier to cool since all that other stuff is out of the way. but i know what you guys mean.
Here is the Full iOS 8.1 Changelog
Posted 41 minutes ago by hshakibi
random restart exists yet. why Apple can't fix this horrible issue??
Late 2014 Mac Mini Teardown Reveals Soldered RAM [Photos]
Posted 47 minutes ago by Pentriola
CPU is 4th haswell dual core.(downgrade from quad core 2012 model) which can support up to 64GB RAM. There are plenty of companies that sells memory upgrade kits including Mac Mini's memory vendor itself. But now not only Apple dooms all those vendors, decrease performance, they are trying best to milk out their customer with limiting every single thing. Its same uninidy chasis that has exact same layout as 2012 model. Just the ram and cpu soldered so they can charge you more.
Late 2014 Mac Mini Teardown Reveals Soldered RAM [Photos]
Posted 48 minutes ago by Sillydrew4737383
First of all it does not cost more to solder the ram. They make the board and install the solder which is a paste like solution. Then it is placed in a oven and a computer places the chips percisely where they need to be before baking them onto the board. To have replaceable ram they have to add a socket which costs money obviously and solder it to the board. Anyways yes being able to upgrade your ram would be nice. The real point here is that people do have options and one of those options is to not purchase this device. If no one wants it Apple will go back to the previous upgradable option.
Apple Addresses Privacy Concerns Over Spotlight in OS X Yosemite
Posted 54 minutes ago by Sillydrew4737383
People are paranoid as usual. That's a hot topic at the moment. Anyways I can say that despite the concerns over privacy people speak of I haven't had my me.com/iCloud mailbox spammed from apple selling my info like I have from other providers. That to me shows who sees my info.
Apple to Require All New iOS Apps to be 64-Bit Starting February 1st
Posted 1 hour ago by Pentriola
Stop woth the Apple white knight. You dont need more than 1-2GB RAM on your smartphone. Thats ehy 64bit is useless. Its just a marketing tactic for non-tech friendly users.
Apple Addresses Privacy Concerns Over Spotlight in OS X Yosemite
Posted 1 hour ago by tommyy
To avoid a chance to be robbed, kidnapped by unknown.
Chinese Authorities Reportedly Staging iCloud Phishing Attacks
Posted 1 hour ago by iProService
Makes me wonder how "safe" our computers and devices are after using pangu.
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