What the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are really doing to your selfies

You may have heard some talk about the so-called and poorly-named “Beautygate,” where users are claiming Apple’s new iPhone XS and XS Max are applying overly-aggressive skin smoothing algorithms on photos taken with the selfie camera, resulting in fake-looking or doctored images. Let’s talk about what’s actually happening behind the scenes.
Source: macinsider

3 Top U.S. Stocks to Watch in October

The stock market is near its all time high but that doesn t mean there aren t businesses that are still killing it and will likely do so for some time We asked three Motley Fool contributors to identify a stock they believe represents a good opportunity to buy this month Cirrus
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Exploit the power of iOS 12 and your new iPhone XS with these ten apps

You’ve got a new phone, now make it word hard for you. With every iPhone update there comes a flood of new iOS apps and upgrades. Some of them are essentials, some just show what the new iOS is capable of — and a very few are both. AppleInsider picks the ten most notable new or significantly updated apps.
Source: macinsider

Apple launched investigation into Bloomberg's China hack claims, 'found nothing'

Apple reportedly launched a wide-reaching internal investigation into an explosive report claiming Chinese spies compromised its servers in what boils down to a complex supply chain hack, but came up empty in its examination.
Source: macinsider

iFixit finds third-party MacBook Pro and iMac Pro repairs still an option, at least for now

In the wake of revelations that Apple plans to employ a special diagnostics tool that effectively blocks certain third-party MacBook Pro and iMac Pro repairs, DIY specialist iFixit evaluated the issue to find the new policy is not yet active.
Source: macinsider

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