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iOS 7.1 came out today, and promises an improved Australian accent for Siri. This video shows the difference between the new and old versions.
iOS 7.1 is now available through Software Update on all your Apple devices. Here’s what’s new — including an improved Australian English accent in Siri.
We first learned of the Mac SSL security flaw when Apple released an update that fixed the same issue in iOS. Apple has now patched Mac OS X to fix the same flaw.
If you own an iOS-powered device, you probably woke up to an update from Apple to patch the operating system to version 7.0.6. Its primary purpose is to close a security hole in the API responsible for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) connections — but what exactly was fixed? In programming terms, it’s actually rather silly.
Apple’s iTunes Radio — free streaming radio stations that can learn from your existing iTunes music purchasing habits — launched in Australia earlier this week. It’s a clever idea, but despite Apple’s reputation for obsessing over detail, there are some rough edges which could be smoothed off to make iTunes Radio a more pleasant experience.