Your New MacBook Pro Might ‘Cease Functioning’ If You Repair It Yourselfhttps://www.idropnews.com/news/mac/your-new-macbook-pro-might-cease-functioning-if-you-repair-it-yourself/84949/?utm_content=notifications&utm_campaign=notifications&utm_source=notifications&utm_medium=notifications&utm_term=notificationsMultiple reports out this week suggest that some of Apple’s most advanced Mac computers (including its 2018 MacBook Pro and late-2017 iMac Pro) are likely to “cease functioning” if they are serviced for major repairs or after-market upgrades by anyone other than an Apple employee, Apple service representative, or third-party Apple Authorized Service Provider.
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Instagram Offers ‘Blue Badge’ Verification to Popular ‘grammers | Digital Trendshttps://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/instagram-offers-blue-badge-verification-to-popular-grammers/If you’re a prolific Instagrammer with lots of followers, you now have a better chance of getting yourself a verification badge as the photo-sharing service now lets you apply for it from within the app itself. Instagram is also adding detailed “About” pages, and support for third-party authenticator apps.
Samsung Used Stock Photos as Proof of Galaxy ‘Camera Quality’https://www.idropnews.com/news/fast-tech/samsung-used-stock-photos-as-proof-of-galaxy-camera-quality/80559/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=08202018&utm_term=NewsletterWhen you see a photo touting the quality of a smartphone camera, you expect that photo to have been taken with said smartphone camera.. But Samsung Brazil was recently caught using DSLR-shot images from a stock photo service in a series of tweets which flaunted the camera quality and photographic capabilities of the Samsung A8 smartphone.
New Service Cryptee Gives You a Private Google Docs – The Mac Observerhttps://www.macobserver.com/news/cryptee-private-google-docs/A Redditor announced a service called Cryptee, which aims to give you a private Google Docs, as well as encrypted cloud storage.