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This is an incredibly huge deal that will impact the lives of every Apple customer and thousands of small businesses but I don't know if it will even register in our current dystopia

— Jason Koebler (@jason_koebler) October 4, 2018
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After reading this Bloomberg story I have two questions:

1) Why not name the "third party company" that found this hack? What security firm wouldn't want credit for this?

2) FBI and DNI/CIA/NSA declined comment on this story primarily sourced from "US officials." What's left?

— No Comment (@drance) October 4, 2018
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So we've done our best to try and repro the iOS 12/Core Data External Binary Storage bug in our apps... and we can't.

I'm not saying the bug doesn't exist. I know it does. I just don't know why we can't repro it in our apps, and it's driving me crazy.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

iOS 12 and Core Data External Binary Data Storagehttps://t.co/ty5Es5mSgg

EU Approves Controversial Copyright Directivehttps://t.co/MneaorLiKK

The Sad State of iOS 11’s TV Apphttps://t.co/n4XZMxylHz

Apple Serviceshttps://t.co/cTBQINcbol#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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Don't get me wrong, a common subset of classes would be a good thing. But any highly theoretical Mac UIKit is never going to be the same UIKit on iPhones.

Which takes us back to what's the big deal with AppKit.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) October 4, 2018
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"The problem with the Mac is it's basically a fork Apple's platform so we'll take UIKit and then add a bunch of Mac functionality to it so that basically it's a fork of Apples platformOhNo."

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) October 4, 2018
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More and more, I think all you have to do to make great products is make things that do what they say they do.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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Oh, and BTW, the Watch apparently also doesn't do roaming, like at all, which also rules out majority of those few use cases for the LTE I came up with… https://t.co/m5pNbKhIxg

— Kuba Suder (@kuba_suder) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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I assume it does stop background activity. But I think it also means that when Mail is frontmost you have to manually pull to refresh.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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PowerTalk also turns 25 this year, another old codebase shipping in Mojave! ❤️

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) October 4, 2018
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Not quite the same thing, but I think that’s the best it will let me do.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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The Xs Max, beautiful phone, amazing engineering, you can't help but stand in awe of the hardware. But the OS is extremely difficult and clunky to use. Even on the regular sized Xs, the stretch from bottom (home) to top (control center) is not possible for most w/o 2 hands.

— Andrew (@Python2121) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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ergon pic.twitter.com/dJjT3yx1O4

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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If it’s in the task manager, it has background refresh privileges. If manually killed, any normal app doesn’t. Until iOS 11, the mail daemon would continue to run even if killed. Not sure yet about 12, but seems like a better citizen.

— 𝓛𝓮𝓸 𝓝𝓪𝓽𝓪𝓷 (@LeoNatan) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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I have to say, this is all really bizarre. The Bloomberg story is very detailed, citing documents and inside sources. But the company denials are also detailed and emphatic. You don't often see the latter when a company is trying to hide something or be coy. https://t.co/qjA1TFKzZ3

— Kim Zetter (@KimZetter) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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That’s what I did before tweeting. So far so good. The funny thing is I think it had been days since I ever interacted with the app.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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I think a reboot of the app that you are invoking it from.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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Happy 25th Birthday, AppleScript: https://t.co/fmer013Hyx #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 4, 2018
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"the practice of not publishing fixes for mobile or desktop operating systems at the same time can put the desktop customers at unnecessary risk, because attackers could reverse-engineer the patches from the mobile updates and develop exploits against desktop products" https://t.co/uRJu1upsr8

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) October 4, 2018
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On this day 25 years ago, Apple introduced AppleScript, a system and application automation system and language. It’s still shipping in Mojave and is one of the oldest code bases in continual use in macOS. Happy birthday, AppleScript! pic.twitter.com/ymijJ8mMa1

— Chris Espinosa (@cdespinosa) October 4, 2018
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