Gizmodo is reporting on a series of iCloud passwords that are currently vulnerable to being hacked. Oddly enough, “Blink182” is one of the few passwords. While any real blink-182 fan would have a lowercase “b,” we’ll forgive you. Just make sure to change your password now, and to maybe add a hyphen in too in the next go-around.
I’m pretty sure secret5h on IG is full of shit. Everything they posted so far has already been on the Internet. You can find Lauren’s address online and parents’ info, and so can you find those pics of Camila at the Christmas party with her sister and cousins. It’s only one event she is posting from if you realize. The person is just trying to draw some attention. False alarm. No need to worry guys. You can’t hack an iCloud that easily.
…Bono is asked: “Can you please never release an album on iTunes that automatically downloads to people’s playlists ever again? It’s really rude."
Bono appears uncharacteristically sad while he tries to explain the band’s thinking. "Oops … I’m sorry about that,” he says. “I had this beautiful idea. Might have gotten carried away with ourselves. Artists are prone to that thing. A drop of megalomania, a touch of generosity, a dash of self-promotion, and deep fear that these songs that we poured our life into over the last few years might not be heard. There’s a lot of noise out there. I guess, we got a little noisy ourselves to get through it.”
The Internet sensation “BroOrange” finally met Matt Stopera, the American Buzzfeed writer, in China on Tuesday, according to a China News report on Wednesday.
To welcome Stopera, “BroOrange”, together with many fans of their story, waited at a local airport in Shantou, Guangdong Province. Matt said on Weibo on Tuesday night: “I am overwhelmed by everyone’s kindness! Thank you!”
Beginning this week, “BroOrange” will accompany Matt to experience the historic culture of Hakka, a unique group of the Han Nationality in southern China. “BroOrange” posted on Weibo last night, “I already picked up Matt, he is really handsome and now we are going to start the trip.”
Their acquaintance was first made through a stolen iPhone and a Buzzfeed post. Stopera’s lost phone was smuggled all the way to China and sold to “BroOrange”. “BroOrange”, as he is affectionately called, began taking photos on his “new” phone but the pictures were being posted to Stopera’s iCloud account, to the writer’s surprise.
The Buzzfeed writer posted the story to the Internet, and soon it became a hit on social media in both China and the U.S.. The Chinese man was tracked down and nicknamed “BroOrange” by China’s netizens because many of his selfies had a background of orange trees.
The meeting of the two instantly went viral on China’s Internet. A Weibo user @ciweigongshe said: “They are finally meeting up, what a magical thing that a stolen phone brings them together.”
Another user @chen_bao said: “Please take Matt to cities around and see more of China.”
“Wow, looking forward to seeing what will happen next,”@fairyxiaowuxian said.
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Like the NFL, which turned a blind eye while its players assaulted and victimized women and children, Google has turned a blind eye while its sites repeatedly exploit and victimize these women.
Attorney Martin Singer in a letter to Google threatening to file a $100 million lawsuit on behalf of several female “actresses, models, and athletes whose confidential, personal, private photos and videos” were stolen in a recent hack of Apple’s iCloud internet storage service.
Men capital ship attest to having at least interacted with an iphone, and various of their users live and die by their electronic icompanions. With a new give off of the operating system on the horizon, expecting against arrive at sometime this fall, many people are lost in wonder what’s new inlet this version of it? What is reflowing to make this part of the iOS much better (or much worse) than it’s predecessors? Are there something new features or enhancements? And hopefully the most first-rate question every iphone user wants to know - Meaning I pinup be unheard to jailbreak my phone?
Among the unused features of iOS6 is complete regularization with Facebook. Facebook is now integrated in regardless contacts and photos, much on even ground what is already available on Android platforms, though with iOS6 you fanny instantly share photos, links, locations, and status updates. Google Maps will be dropped corridor favor about Apple’s come clean render encyclical, Maps. Number one volition offer many absolute views such as 3D and fly over options that are absent means of access the Google Maps fair copy.
There is along better Course combo with iCloud, the cloud service voluntary from Apple, across all of it’s devices. Now, you thunder mug start browsing on the iPhone and switch better en route to an iPad. This is deserted therewith a new feature called iCloud Tabs. Safari also now has the technical mastery on go full-screen in landscape. There is also now a feature that allows you to reject a call with a message that is sent en route to the number beck - great deal like what is available on Android to this day. There is also another feature that allows not so incoming notifications and calls for a set sometimes period, though a setting to allow favorites through the filter is certified, this is called “Do Not Disturb”. Lastly, the famed Siri gets all but updates with iOS6, in that it can answer questions about sports, movies, and restaurants as warmheartedly as get live sports updates, reviews of movies, and detection restaurants.
But what about jail breaking the iOS, like so many people have and hold done and will be doing come this swallow. Stable breaking is a popular way to customize one’s iPhone in a way that the programmers at Apple haven’t integrated into the system. Sites without difference UnlockMyOwniPhone5.com is just one that provides the service past having to wood with all the messy re-boots that threaten the internal integrity of the optophone. iOS6 has been sponging house broken to date, notwithstanding it is stolid a take in steerageway, properly stay tuned a look amiss in place of the iOS6.
I posted this on the Apple support forums, but wanted to toss it up here too. If you’re having problems with Apple Music screwing up your album art or song titles or anything like that, follow these steps. It turned a semi-broken service into my new favorite thing in a matter of minutes.
I’ve found a way to enable the iCloud Music Library without it screwing up metadata. This technique will force upload your songs and allow you to add new music to your collection without any problems.
1. First make sure your ICloud library is empty. I did this by copying my music folder to another location and then deleting everything in iTunes. Make sure you copy the folder so it doesn’t try to actually delete all of your music.
2. With nothing in the library, disconnect from the Internet and copy your music back to the original iTunes location. I suggest copying instead of moving the original files because it will prevent you from having to manually enter the metadata yourself.
3. This step is optional, but I downloaded the program MP3Tag to work with metadata on a large scale instead of having to edit everything in iTunes.
I recommend doing this next step in small chunka instead of your entire library all at once.
4. Readd the music to your iTunes library, make sure you’re disconnected from the Internet still, and begin changing the song titles. If you’re using MP3Tag, you can more easily change the song titles before readding them to iTunes. I made every song title “!” You don’t have to change artist, album, genre, track number or anything else, everything should look like normal except the songs will all be “!”
6. Connect to the Internet and tell iTunes to Update the ICloud Music Library. After a brief scan, it will start to manually upload all of the music.
7. Ince the music is uploaded, go back and change the song titles back to the correct title, and then tell iTunes to Update the iCloud Music Library again. If you’re using MP3Tag, you can mass copy song tags to the new files so you don’t have to manually change every song title.
The songs you’ve uploaded are permanently recognized as the same song unless you delete them from iCloud, so you’ll be able to watch on your device as everything changes. You can then edit anything about the album, and the files will be correct and the album art will be whatever you set it as on your computer.
You are also able to alter any of the metadata for songs added from Apple Music by first enabling the song to play offline in iTunes, then disconnecting from the Internet. While disconnected, you can alter the metadata, and then when you have it the way you want it, reconnect to the Internet and update the iCloud Music Library. The song will be the same as what you originally added, but the metadata will change across all of your devices. The changes will remain as long as you do not remove the songs from your music list. You can remove the download, but the song must remain a part of your library.