If you have exchanged your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 out already there may be some continuing concern with the battery. It seems that a man had his Note 7 replaced and less than 24 hours afterwards it caught fire and caused minor injures to two of his fingers and burned his MacBook
AppleInsider has the article here
Do you have a yahoo account? If so its possible your account was part of the 500 million accounts to get hacked. Yahoo is notifying all affected user but it still would be a good idea for you to change your current password if you haven’t done so since 2014.
MacRumors has more here
Apple launched macOS Sierra a couple of days ago and with that there are new features to the OS. Have you had a chance yet to upgrade and if so what are the features that you are liking so far?
Here’s a recap from MacRumors
In an effort to out do Apple with their Samsung Note 7 it appears that Samsung made tighter deadlines for the components and that appears to have led to a metal pressure plate that can cause the positive and negative leads to touch in the battery causing overheating and exploding.
AppleInsider has a more complete article here
Were you one of the people who waited in line to get your new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus? If so what are your thoughts on the new features of the phone? Is it worth upgrading from the 6s?
MacRumors has a post of someone who did a review on the iPhone and he performed some stress tests on it.
By now you’ve probably heard that ALL Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones have been recalled due to a possiblity of exploding when charging them. It seems that a couple of the airlines are taking things further and saying that you need to power down your Samsung phone during flight no matter the make or model.
AppleInsider has confirmed that two of the airlines are banning the use of Samsung devices and you can read more about it here