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Reporting iMessage SPAM

Little did I know that Apple had a way to report SPAM on the Messages app.

It’s all right here.

And it involves taking a bunch of screen shots and sending them to imessage.spam@icloud.com.



Roger McNamee: Apple’s iCloud isn’t very good

Elevation Partners Co-Founder Roger McNamee discussed Apple’s stock price, innovation and the company’s iCloud service. He spoke on “Bloomberg West.”

My issue with Apple is that the software isn’t very good and that they’ve made the experience less attractive and failed to recognize some of the opportunities in the cloud that are available to them… When are they going to wake up and realize that the cloud is the future of their world and that their cloud product, currently, is terrible? 273 more words


Apple releases OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2 & fresh iTunes 12 beta

Apple today released the second version of the OS X Yosemite Public Beta. The update is available via Software Update on the Mac App Store for those running the initial beta release; the… 107 more words

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How Apple took over the only segment of the PC market that still matters

“In recent years, most attention has been focused on the eye-popping numbers associated with the iPhone and iPad lines, which sold 150 million and 71 million units, respectively, in Apple’s 2013 fiscal year,” Ed Bott writes for ZDNet. 241 more words

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Apple invents a 3D feature for future iPhone camera

“In 2012 we posted a patent report titled ‘Apple Invents a Killer 3D Imaging Camera for iOS Devices'” which was way ahead of Google’s Project Tango,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple. 167 more words


The end of all OS X Lion support, patches included, is likely just weeks away

“Apple is working its way toward releasing OS X Mountain Lion [sic Mavericks] 10.9.5, very likely the last non-security update for the 10-month old operating system,” Gregg Keizer reports for Computerworld. 212 more words


Parallels Announces Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac with OS X Yosemite integration

Parallels today launched Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Enterprise Edition, the industry-leading software for running Windows applications on Macs. New built-in intelligence and support for Apple’s latest operating systems – including OS X Yosemite – greatly improves ease-of-use for both business users and consumers, allowing them to forget about the operating system and focus on the task at hand. 1,004 more words