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New Macbook Pro

Hi remoters,

Apple unveils smallest and lightest Macbook everis with 12- inch Retina Display.

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Today Apple has unveiled its reinvented MacBook, a 12-inch model that’s thinner and lighter than any machine the company has made before. The all-new unibody structure has no internal fan for the first time ever, and it contains the smallest and densest logic board the company has manufactured en masse–one that’s 67 percent smaller than the one in the 11-inch MacBook Air. However, the new MacBook also comes with an unusual compromise: a single, new USB-C connector that supports everything from charging to Ethernet and connecting peripherals.

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More on that in a moment — first, let’s go through the specifics. The new MacBook is just 13.1mm thick, and weighs just two pounds — almost a pound lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Air, and about six ounces lighter than the 11-inch model. The new 12-inch Retina display features 2,304 by 1,440 pixels, and is just 0.88mm thick. Each pixel now consumes 30 percent less energy than before.

The MacBook has a new, flatter-style keyboard with a revised mechanism that enables more even key presses, and letting it “be thinner, and more precise in its illumination,”

Here you have a short video with the new Macbook

This one will be impressive,

 

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iOS 8.3

Apple Now Lets Users Download iOS Beta

Hi remoters,

Apple  is now inviting users to test iOS software updates before public releases, starting with the third beta of iOS 8.3. To download iOS 8.3, you will have to register your account as a software tester at the Apple Seed website. Not everyone will see the iOS beta program now because it seems to be rolling out to the users that were part of the ”OS X Beta Program” first.

If you have been invited to the iOS beta program, you will be asked to back up your iPhone to iTunes and log in with your Apple ID. After that, you will have to opt in for the iOS beta program and download a configuration profile. iOS 8.3 beta will appear as a software update in the Settings app after downloading the configuration profile.

The public release date of iOS 8.3 is unknown, but it may be a while because Apple released iOS 8.2 three days ago. If you encounter any issues while using iOS 8.3 beta, then you will be able to restore your device using a saved iTunes backup and you should file a report in the Feedback Assistant App.

You just have to sign up to the Apple Beta Software Program. Click here.

iOS 8.3

 

Here  you have a brief description of iOS 8.3 Beta

About iOS 8.3 Beta

The iOS 8.3 Beta includes improved performance, increased stability, bug fixes, and a redesigned Emoji keyboard. This release also supports additional language and country support for Siri: English (India, New Zealand), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Netherlands), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian (Russia), Swedish (Sweden), Thai (Thailand), Turkish (Turkey).
Before you install the iOS Beta, please be sure to back up your device with the instructions provided. This is beta software that is still in development, which means some applications and services may not work as expected.

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ITRS

How to Fix Java Applet Security Errors

Hi remoters,
Security Errors When Loading Java Applets
Did you get errors like the following when you tried to run a Java applet in the web browser?

 

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Your Java version is out-of-date.
Application Blocked
Application Blocked by Security Settings
Your security settings have blocked an application from running with an out-of-date or expired version of Java.
Your security settings have blocked an untrusted application from running.
For security reasons, recent versions of Java may block unsigned Java applets from automatically running by default.
Solution #1
If you are allowed to install/upgrade software on your computer, please install the latest Java upgrade first, relaunch the web browser, and try again.
Solution #2
If you are unable to install/upgrade to the latest Java version, and you trust the unsigned Java applet to be safe, you can workaround this problem by adding an “exception site” or temporarily lowering the security level of the currently installed Java:
For Microsoft Windows:
  1. Click on the Windows “Start” menu in the lower-left corner of the screen –> “Control Panel” –> “Programs” –> “Java”.
  2. In the “Java Control Panel” window that appears –> Click the “Security” tab.
  3. If there is a “Exception Site List” section in this window, click on the “Edit Site List…” button –> Click the “Add” button –> Type in the web server location for the Java applet like “http://www.math.ucsd.edu/” –> Click the “OK” button –> Click the “OK” button.
  4. If there is no “Exception Site List” section in this window –> Slide the “Security Level” indicator from “High” down to “Medium” –> Click the “Apply” button –> Click the “OK” button.
  5. Close ALL of the open windows. You must completely QUIT the web browser or this workaround will fail.
  6. Re-launch the web browser.
  7. Go to the Java applet.
  8. When the “Security Warning” window asking “Do you want to run this application?” appears, if there is a “I accept the risk and want to run this app.” option, checkmark it ON first then –> Click the “Run” button.
  9. The Java applet should load OK now. You may need to click on it to start it.
  10. When you are done using the Java applet, you should change the Java “Security Level” back to “High” if you had lowered it down to “Medium” earlier.
For Mac OS X:
  1. Click on the “Apple” menu in the upper-left corner of the screen –> “System Preferences…” –> “Java”.
  2. In the “Java Control Panel” window that appears –> Click the “Security” tab.
  3. If there is a “Exception Site List” section in this window, click on the “Edit Site List…” button –> Click the “Add” button –> Type in the web server location for the Java applet like “http://www.math.ucsd.edu/” –> Click the “OK” button –> Click the “OK” button.
  4. If there is no “Exception Site List” section in this window –> Slide the “Security Level” indicator from “High” down to “Medium” –> Click the “Apply” button –> Click the “OK” button.
  5. Close ALL of the open windows. You must completely QUIT the web browser or this workaround will fail.
  6. Re-launch the web browser.
  7. Go to the Java applet.
  8. When the “Security Warning” window asking “Do you want to run this application?” appears, if there is a “I accept the risk and want to run this app.” option, checkmark it ON first then –> Click the “Run” button.
  9. The Java applet should load OK now. You may need to click on it to start it.
  10. When you are done using the Java applet, you should change the Java “Security Level” back to “High” if you had lowered it down to “Medium” earlier.
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