Apple has begun the process of phasing out 32-bit applications on Macs, which is why many users who upgraded to macOS 10.13.4 or later will have come across the following warning message the first time they launch certain older apps.
This is the first of many warnings Apple plans to provide as it works to put an end to 32-bit apps on the Mac, as it did on iOS devices with the release of iOS 11. Apple has confirmed that macOS 10.14 Mojave, set for public release in the fall, will be the last version of macOS to allow 32-bit apps to run, but it will include more „aggressive“ warnings about their use before they are phased out entirely.
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Instagram has not used a chronological feed for years now, making it difficult to determine when you’ve seen all of the new content on the social network.
Instagram may be planning to fix this issue with a new „You’re All Caught Up“ feature that’s designed to notify users when all unseen posts from the last 48 hours have been viewed.
The feature was first noticed by TechCrunch, and an Instagram spokesperson confirmed that it is being tested and will show up for a limited number of users.
Instagram did not, however, share details on how it works and whether it includes every single post from the people you follow or just the [...]
Ahead of Facebook’s F8 Developer Conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is building a new „Clear History“ privacy control option to erase some of the data Facebook has collected.
Zuckerberg likens the new Clear History tool to the ability to clear cookies and cache on a web browser. Zuckerberg says it „will be a simple control“ that will clear browsing history on Facebook, erasing what you’ve clicked on, the websites you’ve visited, the ads you’ve interacted with, and more.
Facebook’s first focus will be on the information that Facebook gets from websites and apps that use [...]
The Bank of Ireland, the last major bank in the country that does not offer support for Apple Pay, is working on implementing Apple Pay for its customers, according to information shared with Irish news site Independent.ie.
„We expect to integrate phone payments in the future,“ said a spokesperson. „However we are not in a position to confirm timings.“ When asked by Independent.ie to clarify what „phone payments“ meant, the bank representative said „Apple and Android Pay.“
Apple Pay has been available in Ireland since March of 2017, and the payments service works with Mastercard, Visa, AIB, Boon, KBC, and Ulster [...]