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Apple reiterated that the iPhone 11 always needs local data

Roger T Wilson

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Apple reiterated that the iPhone 11 always needs local data

On Tuesday, Brian Krebs, a security guard at KrebOnSecurity, revealed that iPhone 11 would continue to collect location data, even though the search functionality is turned off for all apps. Apple responded by explaining that it had design and not software flaws.

“We don’t see any real security issues,” said an Apple engineer. “The location of the accessibility icon is expected to appear in the bar on the Location Services menu.

Apple reiterated that the iPhone 11 always needs local data

On Tuesday, Brian Krebs, a security guard at KrebOnSecurity, revealed that iPhone 11 would continue to collect location data, even though the search functionality is turned off for all apps. Apple responded by explaining that it had design and not software flaws.

“We don’t see any real security issues,” said an Apple engineer. “The location of the accessibility icon is expected to appear in the bar on the Location Services menu.

This technology is part of the iPhone 11 U1 chip. With this poison, community users can interact without having to rely on the back of a tower or satellite. For example, if you want to share a file with someone in the room using AirDrop, you have to point it yourself and select it on the screen. It can also be used to enable the Apple Tag function, which should serve as a trailer for tiles or track.

This chip also monitors cellular location. This can be called off by turning off the main switch in settings, not only to install individual apples, but it also means that users will not be able to use trusted applications such as Maps correctly.

Apple has said it’s increasingly deadlocked to clear the way for U1’s future expansion, but that leaves the question: Is this “company law requirement” what the spokesman said?

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Westworld season three returns on March 15

Craig C. Ewald

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In summary: HBO launched its latest advance on YouTube over the weekend. While the clip doesn’t show any live action like previous offers did, it does provide what could be a possible plot pattern … or maybe it’s just an “announcement” made for Westworld and that’s just one of many scenarios including guests can choose. With Westworld, it’s difficult to say it anyway.
The third season of HBO Westworld will premiere on March 15, 2020, revealing a new twist.

 

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Westworld’s first season was presented in late 2016 with excellent reviews. The long-awaited second season, however, has lost its mark and has been criticized for being … well, a disjointed disaster.

There is great hope for season 3, as it appears to represent life outside the park and attracts some strong hitters, including Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul.

 

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Unlike Netflix, HBO has mainly adhered to the old guard’s way of launching new episodes of a show: going out on television, pretty much. This means that every new episode will be released every week at a set time and you will have to tune in or record it on the DVR instead of being able to spend the whole season at once.

However, if the third season manages to recover some of the magic provided by the first, it will be worth it.

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GameCube Joy-Cons Now Exist Thanks to Modder

Roger T Wilson

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Building a better mouse trap: one thing I don’t like about Nintendo Switch is JoyCons. I find them extremely uncomfortable to use connected to the console. They are better off using disconnected, but still a little difficult to manage. If someone invented a more comfortable set of JoyCons …

 

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A modder who takes over from Shank has created a set of JoyCons for Nintendo Switch that look and feel like a GameCube controller.

He used the internal circuits of a true JoyCons set, so his mod has all the functionality of the Nintendo Switch controllers, except the IR sensor. Other than that, they work as expected. They also have small buttons on the connector side for sideways use in two player games.

Shank also created a central section to join them. This connector essentially makes it a GameCube WaveBird controller that works with the Nintendo Switch.

The chassis was created with a first WaveBird gamepad, which is Nintendo’s GameCube wireless controller. It may be obvious that Frankensteining with the two controllers was not as simple as emptying WaveBird, cutting it in half, hitting the JoyCon plates and gluing the connector parts.

Shank had to modify the interior of the controller with 3D printed parts in order to assemble the JoyCon components. There were also many other obstacles he had to overcome, including the conversion of the analog WaveBird buttons to digital ones. The entire project took several months to complete.

Shank has no plans to sell his mod because it was very difficult to do.

“These JoyCons are not for sale,” he said. “It was difficult to do them and I won’t do another set.”

However, he said he would eventually release the CAD files for those who wanted to create their own set, but he advised: “This is not a beginner’s project.” Shank is an expert modder and there have been many frustrating hours. assembly, testing, disassembly, desoldering, welding and repetition.

Of course, since you’ve already pioneered and stumbled across all obstacles, it should be easier to repeat the process. If you are smart in this way, it may be worth the effort. Shank says that WaveBird controllers are much more comfortable to use than standard JoyCon and look similar. Above all, they do not suffer from JoyCon’s drift.

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Amazon’s Kindle deals clearout has Black Friday prices

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In conclusion: do you still have holiday gift cards or extra money burning a hole in your pocket? We know the feeling, and Amazon too. On Monday, the e-commerce giant reduced the prices of its Kindle e-reader line to the levels of Black Friday in the hope that it would separate from the last trip of its holiday and that the offers could be too beautiful not to be missed.

 

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For a limited time, you can get Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for just $ 84.99, or a 35% discount (or $ 45, as you wish to see it), the normal $ 129.99 rate, and one of the lowest prices that We have never seen

The latest Kindle Paperwhite includes a six-inch anti-glare screen with 300 PPI that also stands out in direct sunlight. You can get it with 8 GB or 32 GB of local storage and in your choice of black or blue schemes. It has an IPX8 protection rating, which means it can withstand immersion of up to two meters of water for 60 minutes.

Those who want to part with a little less money can consider the standard Kindle for sale for $ 59.99, a 33% discount from the daily price. This cheaper variant does not offer waterproofing, has a less impressive display (only 167 PPI) and has only 4 GB of storage space, but it is a little cheaper.

It is difficult to make mistakes in every way, given the prices, but regardless of which one you choose, you need to act quickly, as these daily offers will expire in a few hours.

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