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Spot.me Apple Pay to Android app can pose a security risk

Spot.me Apple Pay to Android app can pose a security risk

For all their advertised benefits, these rising mobile payment systems are pretty much walled gardens of their own. But what if you wanted to use that fancy new wireless system to pay, not just a merchant, but a friend? There's a new app on Android that proposes to do just that and it even lets Apple Pay users join the game. But while Spot.me sounds like a really neat and social thing, it might actually be more trouble than it's worth from a security point of view.

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Apple Pay glitch prevents adding cards on reset

Apple Pay glitch prevents adding cards on reset

Restoring your iPhone to factory settings is helpful for a lot of problems you might have, but it’s also causing a significant one. Those with an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus will want to resist the urge to revert to factory settings for now, as a glitch is keeping Apple Pay from adding cards after a reset. The Apple Support forums have several pages of complaints about this action, and it’s leading Apple to replace devices, as they’ve got no solution for the issue right now.

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Praise be! Apple fixes iMessage’s biggest snafu

Praise be! Apple fixes iMessage’s biggest snafu

Apple is addressing the iMessage bug that has caused confusion and annoyance - not to mention prompted a lawsuit - for ex-iPhone users, launching a simple tool to deregister a number from the messaging service. The new support page, quietly added to Apple's site, answers one of the biggest complaints those switching away from an iPhone often have about the process: that their cellphone number remains associated with the Cupertino firm's SMS-bypassing system and so future texts don't make it to their new handset, Android or otherwise.

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Apple’s response to bent iPhones: only 9 so far

Apple’s response to bent iPhones: only 9 so far

When this whole #bentgate thing popped up, it was potentially alarming. Would the phone just magically bend under normal use? Would it turn into an aluminum churro over time? It turns out the issue may be relatively moot, as Apple says less than ten people have reached out about bent phones so far.

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Apple Watch & iPhone 6 keynote video is now up

Apple Watch & iPhone 6 keynote video is now up

Now that the flood of Apple announcements and related revelations have started to settle down, it's time to step back, take a deep breath, and take stock of everything that has happened so far. And what better way to do that than by watching Apple's momentous 2014 media event at your own pace and in your own time.

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Apple Watch hands-on

Apple Watch hands-on

Apple has made its play for the wearable space, and the Apple Watch will be the thundercloud hovering over all other smartwatches until it makes its retail debut next year. Unmistakably an Apple product, but with some of the innovations we’ve come to expect from the firm, it’s a confident step from an industry heavyweight into a space ripe for dominating. Read on for some hands-on first-impressions.

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Apple iWatch may predict heart attacks insiders claim

Apple iWatch may predict heart attacks insiders claim

Apple's "iWatch" wearable could predict heart attacks by tracking blood-flow from the noise it makes in arteries, new sources claim, along with further chatter of talks between Apple and Tesla, suggesting the Cupertino firm could be looking to significantly expand its footprint. The health wearable would use pioneering audio technology to track blood turbulence, it's said, differentiating between healthy flow and the sound of blood struggling to get past the plaque build-up that can lead to coronary failure.

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