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You should update all your Apple devices ASAP

Cult of Mac Today
If you’re reading this newsletter, stop right now and immediately update ALL your Apple devices.
The company just issued critical security updates (right on the eve of rolling out new OSs, so you know they are important) to protect against sneaky attacks.
Hackers can send a web page or PDF via Messages and take control of the targeted device with no clicks from the user, Apple says, adding that the issue may have been “actively exploited.”
In other news:
  • The iPhone 13 will be unveiled tomorrow morning, but we’re pretty sure we have all the details right now. Check out our post to recap all the leaks.
  • Then refresh your memory of how to watch the streaming event.
See you all tomorrow!
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

Apple issues surprise iOS 14.8 update to fix severe security threats
Here are all the changes expected in the iPhone 13
How to watch Apple’s ‘California Streaming’ event for iPhone 13
iPhone 13 could drop 64GB storage option, with Pro models hitting 1TB
Get a wireless charger that complements your Apple Watch
Jack up your home cinema sound with Sony’s new Dolby Atmos soundbar
This AirPods Pro case looks like a camera with an AirTag lens
Tame hairy cables gone wild — or don’t [Setups]
Tweet o' the day
Suhail
The iPad Pro’s Center Stage feature has a camera that follows you around without physical movement. It’s as magical as I remember AirPods initially feeling.

Not being tethered to the position of your camera is like not having wired headphones.

Ground breaking product feature.
One more thing ...
“I think the things you most regret in life are things you didn’t do. What you really regret was never asking that girl to dance. In business, if I knew earlier what I know now, I’d have probably done some things a lot better than I did, but I also would’ve probably done some other things a lot worse. But so what? It’s more important to be engaged in the present.” – Steve Jobs
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