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September 28, 2022
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Mac Rumors

New iPadOS 16.1 Beta Expands Stage Manager to Older iPad Pro Models, Delays External Display Support

We introduced Stage Manager as a whole new way to multitask with overlapping, resizable windows on both the iPad display and a separate external display, with the ability to run up to eight live apps on screen at once. Delivering this multi-display support …

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Mac Rumors

Testing Stage Manager on a 2018 iPad Pro With the New iPadOS 16.1 Beta

We thought we’d test it out on an older ‌iPad Pro‌ to see how it works, because Apple spent several months telling us that it didn’t offer a satisfactory experience on non M1 iPads.

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Mac Rumors

iPhone 14 Pro Max Earns Best Smartphone Display Award, Replacing iPhone 13 Pro Max

The LTPO OLED display ranges from 1Hz to 120Hz instead of 10Hz to 120Hz, enabling a low-power always-on display option, plus there’s more available display area with the Dynamic Island. DisplayMate found …

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Mac Rumors

Apple Nixes Plan to Boost iPhone 14 Series Production Due to Lower Demand

Apple has reportedly told suppliers to rein in efforts to increase ‌iPhone 14‌ assembly by as much as 6 million units in the second half of the year. Apple had upgraded sales projections in the weeks leading up to the launch of ‌iPhone 14‌, but it appears …

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Car and Driver

2023 BMW Z4 Modestly Updated, Keeps Roadster Appeal Alive

Among smaller changes, one addition is that the Sport body trim, already standard on the M40i, is now added to the sDrive 30i. The 2023 Z4 will be out in November, priced at $53,795 …

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TechCrunch

WhatsApp fixes ‘critical’ security bug that put Android phone data at risk

WhatsApp has published details of a “critical”-rated security vulnerability affecting its Android app that could allow attackers to remotely plant malware on a victim’s smartphone during a video call. Details of the flaw, tracked as CVE-2022-36934 with …

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WIRED

Cloudflare Takes a Stab at a Captcha That Doesn’t Suck

Captchas are an important security defense across the web, but Cloudflare is billing Turnstile as particularly privacy-protective as well. The tool will look at some browser session data, like browser characteristics and data from website …

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InfoWorld

Microsoft .NET 7 bolsters WebAssembly support

Microsoft’s .NET 7 software development platform, due as a production release in November, improves support for running .NET on WebAssembly in JavaScript-based apps. Developers can use the expanded WebAssembly support in .NET 7 to reuse .

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Mac Rumors

New AirPods Pro Charging Case’s Lanyard Loop Potentially Doubles as Antenna

There’s a new metal eyelet on the side of the case. Apple says it’s for a lanyard, but it seems to serve an additional purpose: it’s 4 mm deep and 18 mm long, with a hidden tail that’s connected to a metal pad around the Lightning port. Perhaps it’s an …

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Tech News Space

ASUS Launches Z790 Series Motherboards for 13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors

Exclusive new overclocking technology: ASUS Enhanced Memory Profile II enables up to 37.5% higher speeds than baseline DDR5-4800 specs · Select Z790 motherboards feature ASUS AI Overclocking that boosts CPU clocks for both lightly threaded and all-core …

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