AirPods firmware, Galaxy fire lawsuits, eye app, Twit iPhone

Apple issues new 3.7.2 firmware update for AirPods owners — Apple on Wednesday released a small firmware update for its fully wireless AirPods, version 3.7.2, though what the patch does exactly remains unknown. The update should install automatically the next time a person connects their AirPods to a paired iPhone or iPad, as long as they’re stored inside a plugged-in charging case. To check the active firmware version owners can go into the iOS Settings app, then tap General, About, and finally AirPods.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery fire lawsuits spreading to Galaxy Note 5, S6, S7 models — Hot on the heels of the devastating recall that stopped sales of Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is now facing additional lawsuits that allege the company was aware of battery overheating and fire hazards for years, including its Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, S6 Active, S7, S7 Edge, S7 Active and Note 5 – but failed to address the issue or warn customers. Legal action has now spread to multiple class action cases in three different states.

Warby Parker brings eye checkup to your iPhone — Mail order eyeglasses company Warby Parker wants to make checking your vision easier, so has released an app that checks your prescription with your iPhone. The app takes about 20 minutes to test your vision and see if your prescription has changed, which takes a lot less time than scheduling an appointment with an optometrist.

President Trump’s iPhone reportedly has one app installed: Twitter — The iPhone used by US President Donald Trump is said to have just one third-party app loaded onto it – Twitter, which he uses to communicate [I’d say ‘inflict’]  his agenda directly to the world.