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Apple SSL Security Flaw Leaves Your Device Vulnerable

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Apple users have something to worry about this morning as a new flaw in iOS and OSX has been revealed. The flaw could allow a hacker to intercept information that is supposed to be encrypted such as email and banking information. Hackers could also intercept social networking information. But keep in mind, this flaw is only usable if you’re sharing an unsecured network with other users, such as a coffee shop or public library. Good news is Apple has already patched and released an update to fix the SSL issue. You should check your iDevice for the update, iOS 7.0.6 here’s what Apple had to say about this new update.

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Report: Apple Reduces MFi Licensing Fee Which Could Mean Cheaper Accessories

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9to5 Mac is reporting via Macotakara that Apple has or may be reducing the fees and minimum quantities purchased on MFi (Made For iPod, iPhone, iPad) licenses for third party accessory makers. This would certainly not only be welcome for the manufactures but consumers as well. Assuming manufacturers will pass the savings along. For those of you not in the know. Apple began its MFi program back in 2005 with the iPod.

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