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In the News blog post for February 11, 2022:
Jason Cross: Apple pushes critical iOS 15.3.1 update to address zero-day WebKit flaw
Michael Kan: Apple: If You Abuse AirTags for Stalking, Expect Police to Come Knocking
From Apple: An update on AirTag and unwanted tracking
Judge Roy Ferguson: 1 Year Anniversary of #Lawyercat!
From Apple: Apple empowers businesses to accept contactless payments through Tap to Pay on iPhone
Filipe Espósito: Apple leads the headphone market in the US with AirPods and Beats
Julian Perry: Kokoon Nightbuds sleep earbuds review – Now I sleep like a baby
Ben Lovejoy: Cellebrite kit can’t unlock iPhones – but the company can, at $4k each
Brett’s iTip: It’s Time to Pay the Apple Way! If you haven’t yet used your iPhone instead of an old-fashioned, physical credit card, it’s time to understand how this works because it is definitely the near future. Here’s how I recommend starting: You already have a physical credit card so add that card to your Apple Wallet (open Wallet and tap plus sign) - you’ll have to verify adding that card to Apple Wallet with your card issuer (the app walks you through all the steps). Now instead of handing over a physical credit card the next time you visit Target or your store of choice, pull out your iPhone and double-click the side button to bring up Apple Pay and select the card you want to use. Then hold your iPhone close to the payment terminal - you’ll have to verify this with either your FaceID or TouchID or your Passcode.
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