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When I made that $5 bet with @caseyliss in @atpfm #213 that the 2013 Mac Pro would still be for sale on January 1, 2018, I wouldn’t have predicted that it would also still be for sale on January 1, 2019.

At this point, it’s remarkable that they can even get the parts for it. https://t.co/mTI2Wl7BWW

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) January 1, 2019
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january 2019 by mjtsai
patrick wardle on Twitter: ""would've submitted to Apple if their bug bounty included macOS" ...yah, why doesn't Apple have a macOS bug bounty program!? Do they not kno… https://t.co/JwMJNXY6Ch"
"would've submitted to Apple if their bug bounty included macOS" ...yah, why doesn't Apple have a macOS bug bounty program!? Do they not know it's 2018? 🤷‍♂️ https://t.co/D1RifkGFZl

— patrick wardle (@patrickwardle) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Nicholas Riley on Twitter: "Wow, AFP sharing is really broken in High Sierra (server and client) and SMB is being flaky. Also the account I was using appeared to disapp… https://t.co/971oG3sCdz"
Wow, AFP sharing is really broken in High Sierra (server and client) and SMB is being flaky. Also the account I was using appeared to disappear until I rebooted. Glad I'm using NFS at home, but I'm sure not setting it up here!

— Nicholas Riley (@nriley) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Nolan O'Brien on Twitter: "@cherpake @OhMDee I actually had forgotten about how much the iOS frameworks themselves were starting to leak. That's a really good point. Nothing app devs… https://t.co/uXRhgHbQ5y"
I actually had forgotten about how much the iOS frameworks themselves were starting to leak. That's a really good point. Nothing app devs can do about that either. There are roughly infinity text views in Twitter app, so that's a metric crap ton of leaded text fields/views.

— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Quinn Nelson on Twitter: "Top selling tech gadgets of 2017: 1. Apple iPhone - 223M units 2. Samsung Galaxy - 33M units 3. Amazon Echo Dot - 24M units 4. Apple Watch… https://t.co/ZG9QI8mueR"
Top selling tech gadgets of 2017:

1. Apple iPhone - 223M units
2. Samsung Galaxy - 33M units
3. Amazon Echo Dot - 24M units
4. Apple Watch - 20M units
5. Nintendo Switch - 15M units

— Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
CJ on Twitter: "@OhMDee The X doesn’t have enough RAM even if you quit apps you aren’t using (yes, I do this). YouTube and Tweetbot are particularly bad (maybe it’s… https://t.co/2VnmCRaTuh"
The X doesn’t have enough RAM even if you quit apps you aren’t using (yes, I do this). YouTube and Tweetbot are particularly bad (maybe it’s not their fault).

— CJ (@N805DN) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
JntHN on Twitter: "@NolanOBrien @OhMDee Do you find that apps reset/quit as often in Android? I have no recent experience with it. But I've always been shocked how often they reset… https://t.co/RmyW7agYS0"
Do you find that apps reset/quit as often in Android? I have no recent experience with it. But I've always been shocked how often they reset, if only in the sense of my losing my place in a column of text, photos, whatever, when I leave an iOS app for even a second.

— JntHN (@afaikianap) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Mike on Twitter: "@OhMDee iOS handles RAM management differently. It basically suspends an app in the background. Android is more liberal with it. Plus even the OG Pi… https://t.co/KAWsrKDgCf"
iOS handles RAM management differently. It basically suspends an app in the background. Android is more liberal with it. Plus even the OG Pixel has 4gb of RAM compared to the X's 3gb
All the optimizing in the world won't help you grow memory

— Mike (@TheAerialAce) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Masters on Twitter: "It’s bizarre just how poor RAM management has become on iOS, in contrast with Android (!). I switch to one app for a minute, and the previou… https://t.co/VpwF1XM09v"
It’s bizarre just how poor RAM management has become on iOS, in contrast with Android (!). I switch to one app for a minute, and the previous app quits.

Maybe I should be quitting all my apps manually after all. 🤔

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@NSExceptional That’s the best explanation I’ve heard so far."
That’s the best explanation I’ve heard so far.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@tofias @1Password Sounded like 1Password is not affected, but you’d have to ask them to be sure."
Sounded like 1Password is not affected, but you’d have to ask them to be sure.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
january 2018 by mjtsai
Tanner Bennett on Twitter: "@mjtsai All of this could be faked, except the Double-Click to Confirm, which would either lock the phone or trigger Wallet. https://t.co/2gG8EltZqx"
All of this could be faked, except the Double-Click to Confirm, which would either lock the phone or trigger Wallet. pic.twitter.com/2gG8EltZqx

— Tanner Bennett (@NSExceptional) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Tanner Bennett on Twitter: "@mjtsai fakes the Face ID popup and tells you it couldn't recognize your face. Now, when you hit the blue Install button, it will ask for your iTune… https://t.co/R2ooseEsfG"
fakes the Face ID popup and tells you it couldn't recognize your face. Now, when you hit the blue Install button, it will ask for your iTunes password.

So, it doesn't apply to Apple Pay so much as it applies to phishing for your iTunes password.

— Tanner Bennett (@NSExceptional) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Tanner Bennett on Twitter: "@mjtsai I had this question too. Consider this scenario: Say the payment UI uses an on-screen button. A malicious app presents a fake IAP dialog th… https://t.co/LO58GPeOiw"
I had this question too. Consider this scenario:

Say the payment UI uses an on-screen button. A malicious app presents a fake IAP dialog that looks just like the real one. When you try to use Face ID, what it really does is use ARKit to detect your face then

— Tanner Bennett (@NSExceptional) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Jeremy W. Sherman on Twitter: "#Swift Rethrows Laundering DispatchQueue.sync() is ‘rethrows’ despite wrapping a C function that Swift can’t reason anything about. It pass… https://t.co/lwBldPMQKA"
#Swift Rethrows Laundering

DispatchQueue.sync() is ‘rethrows’ despite wrapping a C function that Swift can’t reason anything about. It passes everything to a `rethrow`ing private method, which throws errors using a `rescue` closure to throw on its behalf. https://t.co/ZmXhgKqEm2

— Jeremy W. Sherman (@jeremywsherman) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Ad Targeters Are Pulling Data From Your Browser’s Password Manager: https://t.co/VkAAaAofjt #mjtsaiblog"
Ad Targeters Are Pulling Data From Your Browser’s Password Manager: https://t.co/VkAAaAofjt #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Pressing the Side Button to Confirm Payments on iPhone X: https://t.co/u2bp7lHs1y #mjtsaiblog"
Pressing the Side Button to Confirm Payments on iPhone X: https://t.co/u2bp7lHs1y #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "identityservicesd: What If Anyone Can Be You?: https://t.co/7ptsOkOPOv #mjtsaiblog"
identityservicesd: What If Anyone Can Be You?: https://t.co/7ptsOkOPOv #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
january 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Entering a FastMail Account Using a QR Code: https://t.co/AQjG2Rp6gs #mjtsaiblog"
Entering a FastMail Account Using a QR Code: https://t.co/AQjG2Rp6gs #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) January 1, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
january 2018 by mjtsai

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