Best news you’ll hear all week: OS X 10.10.2 draws the volume overlay correctly when Reduce Transparency is on. pic.twitter.com/XZcujnuxsT— Dan Wineman (@dwineman) January 27, 2015
Jon Fingas, Engadget:
You know those unpatched Mac security exploits that Google revealed a few days ago? You probably won't have to worry about them any more. Apple has released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, a hefty update that fixes those vulnerabilities, which let an intruder hijack your system in the right circumstances.
John Callaham, iMore:
The over-the-air update has a number of fixes and improvements, including one that should cut down on the amount of storage needed for future software updates.
The near perfect coincidence of the launch of Serial along with the change in iOS 8 to install the Apple Podcast app by default has almost certainly driven a massive wave of new podcast listeners to the medium.
Alfred Remote lets you control Alfred and even trigger workflows from an iOS device.
It simplifies even complicated recipes down to baby steps, no measuring required.
Jason Snell, Six Colors:
To say that the last three months of 2014 were record setting for Apple would be an understatement. Not only did the company set records for profit ($18 billion) and revenue ($74.6 billion), but it also sold a mind-boggling 74.5 million iPhones.
@viticci good lord. remember when Jobs was originally shooting for just 1% of the phone market? They just sold to 1% of the *population*. 😦— Joe Schmitt (@josephschmitt) January 27, 2015
Thanks for reading.