iPhone extraction, Intel Atom, Jelly, Siri Eyes Free, customise 4g Apple TV, selecting from Burst on iPhone


Apple will attempt data extraction on iPhone of teen lost at sea, report says — Apple forensics experts will attempt to extract data from an iPhone 6 used by missing Florida teen Austin Stephanos, who was presumed lost at sea some nine months ago, a lawyer representing the Stephanos family said Friday. [State of it! Good luck.]

Intel splits on Atom after the mobile relevance of x86 whacked by Apple’s Ax — Intel is ending production of its mobile Atom processors as the reality sets in of a mobile world where virtually all the profits are inhaled by devices sold by Apple and powered by the iPhone-maker’s own custom Ax series Application Processors.

Biz Stone’s Jelly app relaunches, promising to revolutionize search— Stone said the re-imagined app combines the wisdom of human users with artificial intelligence to quickly produce answers—sometimes fact-based, sometimes larded with opinion—to a user’s query.

FCA offers Apple Siri Eyes Free to almost two million vehicles — The North American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is releasing a new complimentary software update designed to add Apple Siri Eyes Free capability to the vehicle’s Uconnect system for nearly two million properly equipped Uconnect vehicles dating back to the 2013 model year.

How to customise the Apple TV (fourth-generation) home screen — Make the Apple TV home screen your own by customising the top row, app order and folders.

How to select single pics from Burst Photos on your iPhone — Selecting individual shots from burst photos on your iPhone isn’t quite as intuitive as it could be, but it isn’t difficult once you know where to tap. The Mac Observer’s Jeff Gamet shows you how in a quick video tip.


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