Apple has released iOS 9.3.4 with just a single security fix, implying that it’s an important one to install. In the ongoing trend toward subscriptions, AgileBits has introduced a 1Password service that bundles software updates and cloud sync. Don’t worry, though, since the service is optional: the standalone 1Password apps remain available for purchase and will still receive development efforts. Apple has overhauled its remote control iOS app for the fourth-generation Apple TV — “Take Control of Apple TV” author Josh Centers has the details. Finally, we have sad news about the venerable digital commerce company Kagi, which is going out of business after nearly 22 years due to fraud. Adam Engst has the exclusive inside story on what went wrong. Notable software releases this week include Quicken 2016 for Mac 3.5.1, SEE Finance 1.0.10, Capto 1.0.3, OmniFocus 2.6.1, and DEVONthink 2.9.1.
Apple has issued the iOS 9.3.4 update to address a lone security vulnerability.
AgileBits has announced an optional new service: individual subscriptions to its 1Password password manager. The new service joins the company’s 1Password Families and 1Password Teams services, but does not replace standalone purchases of the 1Password apps for the Mac and iOS.
Apple has released a new Remote app for the fourth-generation Apple TV. “Take Control of Apple TV” author Josh Centers covers what’s new and what’s missing.
Claiming that “the most innovative company must also be the most diverse,” Apple has released its annual report on the gender and ethnic diversity of its employees.
The venerable digital commerce company Kagi, which has been providing payment processing and shopping cart services to Mac developers since 1994, has ceased operations after an unsuccessful attempt to work off debt incurred by supplier fraud.
Notable software releases this week include Quicken 2016 for Mac 3.5.1, SEE Finance 1.0.10, Capto 1.0.3, OmniFocus 2.6.1, and DEVONthink 2.9.1.
In this week’s ExtraBITS, Hulu is eliminating free access to its content, Apple’s top brass discusses the state of the company under CEO Tim Cook, Apple opens a bug bounty program, and we learn why there’s a controversy around emojis in iOS 10.