The new iPhone emojis are here!

22 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple News Australian launch after iOS 9.1 update.

SAN FRANCISCO (CNNMoney) — If you’ve been itching to text your mom a sad lion, Tweet a taco or email your significant other a unicorn, the wait is over. The app provides a one-stop shop for users to freely view content submitted by news providers and some of the biggest news gatherers on the planet are making a portion of content available.When Apple released iOS 9.1 on Wednesday it brought a number of improvements to the operating system, including some exciting new emoji that we originally saw teased in June.

Apple News, which replaced Apple Newsstand. is now available to Australian and UK users who upgrade to Apple’s latest iOS version 9.1, which can be downloaded now. Only days after the first public jailbreak for iOS 9 devices hit the web, it appears that Apple has closed two of the exploits used by the Chinese hacking team Pangu, whose untethered jailbreak allowed users to jailbreak nearly all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS versions 9.0 through 9.0.2. In a security document posted on Apple’s website, the Cupertino company credits Pangu with discovering two vulnerabilities in the iOS operating system that have now been patched. These include one vulnerability that would allow a malicious application to elevate privileges, and another that would allow a malicious application to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges.

If you haven’t already updated your iPhone, you can do so by going into the Settings menu on the device, selecting General, and then Software Update. Usually, Live Photos record 1.5 seconds before and after the capture button is pressed, which many times results in capturing footage of putting away the phone. The feature will automatically detect when the phone is raised so it doesn’t record feet or floors at the beginning and ending of the three-second videos. That’s likely why the Pangu team pushed their iOS 9 jailbreak out the door just ahead of the iOS 9.1 release – it was the only way to get it into the hands of end users before it was too late.

While that might sound reasonable, it introduces the notion of Apple leveraging advertising revenue in an area where news organisations traditionally have. They include selected content from The Australian’s Life section, Daily Telegraph, Sydney Morning Herald, Herald Sun, The Age, The Australian Women’s Weekly, ABC, SBS, and The Guardian. Overseas organisations include The New York Times, The Economist, The Huffington Post, The Independent, The Express, and The Globe and Mail also are participating. Users who snap photos with the iPhone would find their live photo video snaps included shots of the ground because they had put the camera down before the live photo video stopped recording.

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