Apple patches Heartbleed for base stations and more news for April 23, 2014
A stunning new iPhone 5s campaign and safer AirPort base stations are in the news today.
- Apple has created a fantastic new iPhone film and accompanying micro-site. Entitled "Powerful," it features six impressive apps being used on the iPhone 5s: Star Walk, Instant Heart Rate, Word Lens, AmpliTube, Luminair and Pacific Rim. The short film is very well done and emphasizes what I've believed for years: the iPhone is the best computer I've ever owned.
- Apple has offered a firmware update for the 2013 model AirPort Extreme Base Station. The update patches the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. To grab it, just launch AirPort Utility on your Mac.
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