Banksy and Jobs, iTunes classical, sci-fi game, cyber crime target, AfterShot 2 discounted


Banksy mural taps Steve Jobs’s Syrian heritage to bring attention to refugees in France — English graffiti artist and activist Banksy painted a mural in France using Steve Jobs’s image to highlight the plight of refugees in Calais’s so-called ‘Jungle’ refugee camp. The mural was painted on the walls of a concrete bridge running through the camp, which is dominated by Syrians fleeing the war in that country. Jobs was the biological son of a Syrian immigrant.

Apple updates iTunes for Mac OS X to version 12.3.2 — Apple has updated its OS X version of iTunes to 12.3.2. It brings the desktop version of Apple Music in line with the recently released iOS 9.2 version of Apple Music. The update adds enhanced classical music listening options for the company’s streaming Apple Music service that bring it in line with Music on iOS. And here’s a Q&A of iTunes queries.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown for OS X is refreshingly repayable — XCOM: Enemy Unknown has blasted onto the Mac thanks to Feral Interactive. Do yourself a favor and get onboard this turn-based strategy game, which is extremely replayable thanks to random missions and customization options.

Security experts predict rise in cyber threats against Apple devices in 2016 — Security firm Symantec expects cyber attacks against Apple products to rise in 2016, after malware attacks against iOS and Mac OS X spiked sharply this year.

AfterShot 2 on special — AfterShot 2 is an all-in-one RAW photo editor and high-speed photo manager. Edit one photo or a huge batch of photos at once, and enjoy a robust set of editing functions like exposure, colour, and lighting adjustment tools. Here it’s 40% off.