On The Recently Discovered iOS “Schou” Networking Bug

Earlier this week, news broke of a strange networking issue that can permanently disable all WiFi activity on iOS devices. It’s currently known to affect iOS 14 only, and can cause quite a mess. The news was originally revealed by reverse engineer Carl Schou (via BleepingComputer (story sourced via MacTrast), and while there was originally very little information revealed about the issue or how it functions, we decided to put our research hats on and see what we could discover.

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Google Maps – Holiday Updates

As many thousands of us start to move about for the Holiday Season in the northern and southern hemispheres, Google Maps has released a number of updates across iOS and Android to help us stay informed and safe as we continue to live with COVID-19.

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2013 In Review: We Leaked our Asses Off Last Lear – Here’s the Proof!

We had a pretty great year in 2013, at least as far as Apple-related leaks are concerned. Many of our photographic part leaks represented the first time the world had truly gotten a look at Apple’s new iPhone and iPad designs for 2013. To sum the matter up, we’ve broken down each of our leaks by category – First iPad, and then iPhone – to show you how we did. Towards the end of 2013, Apple released the iPad Air and the iPad Mini with Retina. A month before...

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