Apple is making the tools and documents needed for iPhone repairs available to users in the US. Are you ready to repair your own iPhone? Removing outdated apps is now a trend as Apple joins Google and begins removing older software from the app store. Apple may be forced by EU regulators to open up iMessage. And we’ll discuss understanding USB-C and Thunderbolt ports and cables for Macs and iPads.
- Intego Mac Podcast Episode 236
- Apple’s Self Service Repair now available
- Here’s the Massive Kit Apple Will Send to Your House So You Can Fix Your iPhone
- iFixit Says Apple’s Self Service Repair Program is Great Step, But Has a Catch
- How to Install macOS Monterey on Unsupported Macs, for Security Improvements
- Apple App Store appears to be widely removing outdated apps
- Google Launches Privacy Labels for Google Play Apps
- Critical bug in Apple codec could have let hackers commandeer millions of Android devices
- Impending EU Regulation to Force Apple to Allow Third-Party App Stores and Open Up iMessage
- Tech Giants Duped Into Giving Up Data Used to Sexually Extort Minors
- USB-C and Thunderbolt: Understanding Ports and Cables for Macs and iPads
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