macOS High Sierra is out, and one researcher has already found a big security flaw. Apple says goodbye to Bing and hello again to Google. iPhone 8 and Apple Watch 3 are in the public's hands. Apple Watch's "LTE bug" isn't a problem with LTE at all. Apple TV's 4K update has its share of issues.
- Andy's Pick: Debbie Reynolds' Apple II
- Jim's Pick: Judas by Fozzy (Bonus pick: Toto by Frogleap Studion)
- Tonya's Picks: RunningBuddy iPhone Pouch and Take Control of High Sierra
- Alex's Pick: Ending the Conference Call Insanity
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- macOS High Sierra is available now as a free download
- macOS 10.13 High Sierra: The Ars Technica review
- macOS High Sierra Vulnerability Allegedly Allows Malicious Third-Party Apps to Access Plaintext Keychain Data
- Apple switches from Bing to Google for Siri web search results on iOS, Search inside iOS, and Spotlight on macOS
- Apple HomeKit devices are suddenly booming
- Hands-On With Apple's New iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 8 Is World's Fastest Phone (It's Not Even Close)
- AirPods wireless charging case will be sold separately & work with your current AirPods
- Apple TV 4K won't play 4K YouTube videos because of missing Google codec
- Apple Extends iTunes Movie Rental Window to 48 Hours in United States
- You’ll only be able to stream — not download — 4K content on the new Apple TV
- Take Control of High Sierra
- RunningBuddy iPhone pouch
- Debbie Reynolds' Apple II (purportedly "took delivery directly from Steve Jobs")
- Fozzy - Judas
- Bonus Pick: Toto cover by Frogleap Studios