This tiny drone may look like it belongs in a spy movie, but you can take control of your own palm-sized drone. Grab the mini but agile SKEYE Nano Drone 2 with first-person camera on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
While your MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air itself can last you several years before it’s time to get a new one, the battery might not make it the entire way through. I bought my current MacBook Air five years ago and already replaced the battery once at the Apple Store. It didn’t die on me, but the health got so poor that I thought it was time for a fresh one.
In a letter submitted to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week, Apple expresses its interest in testing self-driving cars. Written by Apple’s director of product integrity Steve Kenner, Apple says in the letter that “new entrants” to the automotive market should have the same opportunity as other “established manufacturers.”
An engineering student in Kochi, India has managed to bypass Apple’s anti-theft Activation Lock feature found on its iOS devices. The final-year mechanical engineering student named Hemanth Joseph had previously on upwards of $7,500 from Google earlier in the year for disclosing a bug in Google’s cloud platform.
Apple has seeded another beta version of its upcoming iOS 10.2, which should see a public launch soon.
PDFs are a pain. But you can finally take on the documents and make them as functional and easy to use as any other with the help of PDFpen 8, the all-purpose PDF editor for Mac. It’s on sale now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
Over the last few weeks, an issue with batteries and some iPhone 6s units unexpectedly shutting down has made the rounds quite a bit.
Former Foxconn Manager Charged for Stealing Thousands of iPhone Units And Selling Them For $1.5 Million
A former Foxconn manager named Tsai allegedly stole 5,700 and sold them for over $1.5 million. The manager has been indicted over these allegations, and if provided guilty could face a 10-year jail sentence.
I feel like our civilisation has already evolved to a point where we don’t accept a call unless we recognize the number or the name. Anything that’s an unknown number or doesn’t have a Caller ID, goes straight to voicemail. But this process is manual. What if we could automate this?
Investigators over at Trading Standards tested over 400 counterfeit chargers and found that only 3 of them came with enough insulation to protect against electrical shocks.