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Apple failed to mention in the new feature list that one of their upgrades to iOS 6 had something to do with better advertisement tracking and even worse is how they try to obfuscate the setting to confuse people into keeping it on.
A lot of commotion has been created on the account of the new and "improved" IPhone Maps app that has replaced the long standing Maps app that was provided by Google. Apple says this will be fixed in time when more people use it, but experts say this is not even remotely true.
Arenanet has a Mac client in their latest beta release which they said in a announcement, "Today we’re happy to announce another major milestone in the development of Guild Wars 2: going forward, ArenaNet will also be supporting the game on Apple’s Mac OS X. The Mac Beta client is available immediately for all Guild Wars 2 players. It shares the same features and connects to the same live game servers as the PC client. Anyone who purchases Guild Wars 2 can now play it on both PC and Mac."
In a press release today, Apple has announced that in a 24 hour period, they have topped two million IPhone 5 pre-orders. Shattering their previous one million recrod.
The wait is over! Apple's big press event was yesterday and they finally announced the newest IPhone, the IPhone 5.
In an article from CNET, it has been discovered that the actual source of the Apple UDID leak that we mentioned before didn't actually come from the FBI.
I'll give you a hint, it's not a stock option.
A group of hackers used the recent Java Zero-Day vulnerability to exploit an FBI owned laptop that had stored around twelve million Apple UDID's for various tracking methods.
Update: The FBI has made a public statement saying they are not the source of the leak.
On August 3, 2012, Mat Honan of Wired magazine was the victim of a hack that should make all users think about what they are doing and storing in "the cloud". His Apple ICloud account was hacked by means of social engineering with Apple support to bypass the security questions and reset his password.