Apple's response to the Meltdown and Spectre flaws. iMac Pro and the T2 chip. Activist investors worry about iPhones' effects on children. Apple at CES 2018.
- Andy's Pick: Cardhop by Flexibits
- Rene's Pick: Kohler Konnect
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- Apple Confirms 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' Vulnerabilities Impact All Macs and iOS Devices, Some Fixes Already Released
- Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Supplemental Update With Spectre Fix
- Apple Releases iOS 11.2.2 With Security Fixes to Address Spectre Vulnerability
- The T2 chip makes the iMac Pro the start of a Mac revolution
- Apple readies Siri for the HomePod by adding a podcast-powered news brief
- iPhones and Children Are a Toxic Pair, Say Two Big Apple Investors - WSJ
- Jimmy Iovine will leave Apple in August, four years after his $3 billion deal
- Apple orders documentary show from 'Rock of Ages' producer
- Apple gives series order to a show about ‘extraordinary homes’
- Apple developing 'Are You Sleeping' novel into video series with 'Serial' creator advising
- Apple picks up Reese Witherspoon thriller starring Octavia Spencer
- CES 2018: Belkin's Wemo line gains Apple HomeKit support
- Nanoleaf made a 12-sided Apple HomeKit remote
- CES 2018: Apple Watch Users Can Control Select Whirlpool Washers, Dryers, and Ovens Early This Year
- Cardhop by Flexibits
- Kohler Konnect