1. News
    February 19th, 2016 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Error 53 – it’s a bug, not a feature

    It’s not been a quiet week for Apple. Between the Federal Court ordering it to hack an iPhone and the recent Error 53 fiasco, it seems Apple...

  2. News
    February 18th, 2016 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Google’s CEO timidly steps into device encryption debate

    Tim Cook pulled no punches in his response to a federal court order in the US directing Apple to produce a ‘back door’ into the encrypted...

  3. News
    February 18th, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    Catch of the Day integrates Apple Pay

    Until now, the only way to use Apple Pay has been to tap your iPhone at a point-of-sale terminal with a linked American Express card. Online retailer...

  4. News
    February 18th, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    Apple ordered to break iPhone security and a bigger picture

    Apple has been directed by a federal court judge in the US to provide “reasonable technical assistance” to bypass the security features...

  5. News
    February 17th, 2016 by Gregg Keizer
    Repeat Mac App Store mess forces some to reinstall purchased programs

    Some Mac owners today faced error messages or applications that balked when launched in a repeat of the November 2015 expired-digital-certificate...

  6. News
    February 17th, 2016 by Christopher Phin
    AppleWorks and the capriciousness of nostalgia

    By any logic, I should feel the same sense of affection for AppleWorks as I do for ClarisWorks. They were fundamentally the same thing, after all,...

  7. News
    February 15th, 2016 by Glenn Fleishman
    Error 53 has the best and worst intentions

    We live in a snooping world. It seem like everybody – from random teenagers in their parents’ basements via government agencies or corporations...

  8. News
    February 15th, 2016 by Caitlin McGarry
    Report: The iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 will hit store shelves on 18 March

    In a curious move for Apple, the company is reportedly planning to announce and release two new devices in the same week. Apple will take the wraps...

  9. News
    February 15th, 2016 by Roman Loyola
    Adobe Creative Cloud bug deletes hidden folder contents on Macs

    Adobe told Ars Technica that the company is “stopping the distribution of the update until the issue has been resolved”. If you are an Adobe...

  10. News
    February 15th, 2016 by Nick Mediati
    Apple to replace defective USB-C cables that shipped with some 12in MacBooks

    If you’ve got an Apple-branded defective USB-C cable, you may be able to get a new one for free. On Friday, the company announced a new program to...

  11. News
    February 11th, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    Error 53 – ACCC to pursue Apple

    Local reports say the ACCC plans to pursue Apple over the issue. And a class action suit is being launched by a Seattle-based law over Error 53 –...

  12. News
    February 10th, 2016 by Caitlin McGarry
    The most annoying Apple TV feature is about to be fixed

    The fourth-gen Apple TV’s App Store is a game-changer, but searching for and installing apps is one of the most irritating experiences I’ve...

  13. News
    February 8th, 2016 by Caitlin McGarry
    iPad Air 3 rumours: everything we know so far about Apple’s next tablet

    Apple shook up its tablet lineup last fall with the 12.9in iPad Pro, a laptop-sized device that supports stylus input from the Apple Pencil and snaps...

  14. News
    February 8th, 2016 by Anthony Caruana
    What’s the story with Error 53?

    Over the last few days a significant issue has been exposed. It seems that iPhones that have been exposed to two conditions are becoming ‘bricked’...

  15. News
    February 5th, 2016 by Ian Paul
    Google Chrome will flag deceptive download buttons in ads as a security threat

    Google is taking another aggressive step towards correcting deceptive practices on the web. The company recently announced Chrome will throw up a...

  16. News
    February 4th, 2016 by Caitlin McGarry
    Fitbit slims down with fashionable new Fitbit Alta fitness tracker

    Fitbit took a bold step at CES last month when it unveiled the Blaze, a $329.95 fitness-forward smartwatch that seemed designed to compete with...

  17. News
    February 4th, 2016 by Ian Paul
    Dodgy USB-C cable fries vigilante engineer’s $1000 laptop

    Benson Leung’s good intentions have finally caught up with him. The Google engineer who launched a crusade against bad USB-C cables in late 2015...

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