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11. Januar 2018

Apple Accidentally Allowed Downgrades All the Way Back to iOS 6 Early Today

Apple has quickly corrected a mistake that allowed iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to downgrade to older software versions on early Thursday.

The situation began on late Wednesday when Apple suddenly stopped signing all iOS versions for select devices, including the iPhone 4s and some very old iPad and iPod touch models, according to the website IPSW.me.

Next, it appears that when Apple went to flip the switch back on, it accidentally began signing several older software versions between iOS 6 and iOS 11.1.2 for any compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models.

Not entirely sure why the signing window has opened for iOS 6–10 [...]

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6. Dezember 2017

Apple Accidentally Promotes Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV in App Store, Launch Could Be Imminent

There are 26 days left until the end of the year, which is the deadline for when Apple said the highly-anticipated Amazon Prime Video app would be coming to the Apple TV. A launch could perhaps come as soon as this week, and maybe as even as early as tomorrow, based on an App Store leak spotted on reddit.

After setting his iPhone date to December 6, a redditor opened up the App Store and allegedly saw an Amazon Prime Video story as the top feature in the „Today“ section. He linked the section on reddit, which other users were able to see temporarily before the content was pulled by Apple. The „Today“ App Store description in question specifically [...]

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25. Juli 2017

Adobe Accidentally Leaks Cloud-Native Editing Software ‚Project Nimbus‘ Ahead of Beta

Last November, Adobe previewed its next-generation photo editor, Project Nimbus, which boasts a focus on cloud storage and simplified editing controls, telling users to expect a beta sometime in 2017. Although that beta has yet to arrive, some users of Adobe’s Creative Cloud recently had access to an „internal only“ download of Project Nimbus on both Mac and Windows devices.

Since a few Creative Cloud users were able to download Project Nimbus, Adobe quickly fixed the leak and confirmed it as an accident: „That morning, we shared Project Nimbus by mistake with a small group of Creative Cloud customers.“ French site MacGeneration [Google [...]

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4. April 2017

Apple Warns iCloud Users Some Disabled Services Were Accidentally Re-enabled in iOS 10.3

Apple today sent out emails to a small number of iCloud users, warning them that a bug in iOS 10.3 may have caused some iCloud services that had been disabled to be mistakenly re-enabled.

The email asks iCloud users to revisit their iCloud settings to make sure to turn off any service that might have been turned on through the iOS 10.3 update.

It’s not entirely clear which iCloud services might have been affected, but MacRumors reader Karl, who sent us the email, said that he typically disables iCloud Mail. Following the update, he found the Mail option turned back on. We discovered a bug in the recent iOS 10.3 software update that impacted a small number of [...]

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