Apple has added a listing for a new custom-designed pair of Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones that celebrate the 27th birthday of Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr.
The Neymar Jr. Custom Edition headphones feature graffiti-style decals over the outside of the ear cups and headband that hark back to the soccer player’s childhood roots in the streets of São Paulo and pay homage to his famous „Shhh…“ tattoo.
The headphones also feature a number 10 inside the headband, representing the Paris Saint-Germain player’s shirt number and 10-year professional soccer career.
Inspired by the graffiti-writing style from the São Paulo streets [...]
Apple no longer makes a super expensive version of its Apple Watch made out of 18-karat gold, but there are companies out there making custom Apple Watches with gold plating and intricate designs like Aurum Edition for people who just need something a little flashier than what Apple’s offering.
Aurum Edition sent us one of its super fancy Monarch Counsel Apple Watches, which we went hands-on with in our latest YouTube video to see what the Apple Watch customizing business is all about.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. There are multiple companies dedicated to designing high-end custom iPhone and Apple Watch models, and while such [...]
Caviar, a site known for creating extravagant, expensive replacement casings for Apple’s iPhone models, today announced the launch of its latest custom creation, an iPhone XS with a built-in skeleton watch.
The Grand Complications Skeleton collection, inspired by luxury watches, features iPhone XS and XS Max models in titanium, pink gold, and black and gold, all of which have mechanical watch components included right in the casing.
The front of the iPhone has been left untouched, but the back features a mechanical watch with an accurate Swiss watch mechanism complemented by intricate guilloche work and matching engravings.
According to Caviar, [...]
A security researcher has demonstrated how macOS users are vulnerable to remote infection through a malicious exploit involving the „Do you want to allow…“ popup that can be encountered when visiting websites in Safari.
In a lengthy breakdown, Patrick Wardle explains how the exploit utilizes document handlers, which request permission to open a link or a file in another app – like a PDF in Preview, for example – and URL handlers, which work similarly in the way they notify macOS that they can accept certain file formats.
The exploit occurs when a user visits a malicious website and a ZIP file is downloaded and automatically unzipped by Safari, [...]