There’s plenty to be thankful for in the Mac world, even if the rumor about Apple getting out of the AirPort game turns out to be true. Apple is lowering the rates for streaming video apps, which should help flesh out the TV.app we’re anticipating this December.
But it wouldn’t be a podcast if we didn’t find things to complain about, or freaky security stories. This week has both, from a tale of Safari malware to iCloud syncing call history on the sly, to a proof-of-concept hack that’s basically the dongle of death.
Airfoil Satellite, an app from Rogue Amoeba
Troubleshooting some nasty Safari malware by Jason Snell
Apple offers to fix iPhone 6 Plus ‘touch disease’ bug for $150 by John Ribeiro
Apple will cut App Store fees for video streaming apps by half by Oscar Raymundo
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