Popsugar: Apple’s New Gender-Neutral Emoji Are Here to Make Your Keyboard More Inclusive

Popsugar: Apple’s New Gender-Neutral Emoji Are Here to Make Your Keyboard More Inclusive. “Your iPhone keyboard is about to get a whole lot more diverse, thanks to Apple’s new iOS 13.2 software. The update boasts a whole host of inclusive emoji, including couples and families with different skin tones and tons of gender-neutral variations of existing human characters.”

BetaNews: Apple warns users to upgrade their old iPhones and iPads or face GPS and time issues

BetaNews: Apple warns users to upgrade their old iPhones and iPads or face GPS and time issues. “Apple has issued a warning to owners of some iPhones and iPads, advising them to update their operating system within the next two weeks. The company warns that devices that do not upgrade iOS will experience problems with GPS and incorrect date and times — which in turn could cause problems with iCloud, email and other services.”

Ars Technica: Webkit zero-day exploit besieges Mac and iOS users with malvertising redirects

Ars Technica: Webkit zero-day exploit besieges Mac and iOS users with malvertising redirects. “Attackers have bombarded the Internet with more than 1 billion malicious ads in less than two months. The attackers targeted iOS and macOS users with what were zero-day vulnerabilities in Chrome and Safari browsers that were recently patched, researchers said on Monday.”

Ars Technica: Inside the campaign that tried to compromise Tibetans’ iOS and Android phones

Ars Technica: Inside the campaign that tried to compromise Tibetans’ iOS and Android phones. “Attackers from a group dubbed Poison Carp used one-click exploits and convincing social engineering to target iOS and Android phones belonging to Tibetan groups in a six-month campaign, researchers said. The attacks used mobile platforms to achieve a major escalation of the decade-long espionage hacks threatening the embattled religious community, researchers said.”

Ars Technica: iOS 13 ships with known lockscreen bypass flaw that exposes contacts

Ars Technica: iOS 13 ships with known lockscreen bypass flaw that exposes contacts. “Apple released iOS 13 with a bunch of new features. But it also released the new OS with something else: a bug disclosed seven days ago that exposes contact details without requiring a passcode or biometric identification first.”

Mashable: Hacked sites attacked thousands of iPhones every week for years using undiscovered exploits

Mashable: Hacked sites attacked thousands of iPhones every week for years using undiscovered exploits. “In what’s being touted as potentially one of the biggest attacks on iPhone users ever, Google has revealed that a collection of websites were hacked to deliver malware onto iPhones, with the iOS vulnerabilities involved going unchecked and undiscovered for years — as well as subsequent attacks.”

Slashgear: NeuralCam iPhone app uses AI to capture bright images at night

Slashgear: NeuralCam iPhone app uses AI to capture bright images at night. “A new iPhone app called NeuralCam has launched on the App Store, offering iOS users a way to capture images with their phone at night and in dim indoor environments without sacrificing (too much) quality. The app taps a variety of algorithms to transform multiple images into a final photo with suitably bright colors, eliminating the need to carry around a light or use the phone’s built-in flash.”