With Bendgate not that far behind us, is it really wise for Apple to contemplate an even thinner iPhone?
Sure, it’s an easy selling point for new iPhones, but thinner can also mean more bendable. Take a look at this age-old Apple theme in this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine, along with 10 fantastically useful mobile Safari tips, a way to find out if you’ve been infected by sneaky adware, five amazingly great new iOS games, and some awesome product reviews to help inform your purchasing plans.
All this, and much much more, in Cult of Mac Magazine, free for your perusal right now.
Here are the top stories of the week:
Do we really need thinner iPhones?
Has Apple’s drive to produce ever-more-slender smartphones gone too far? Plus: iPhone 7 will be as slim as an iPod touch
10 mobile Safari tips you need to know (but probably don’t)
iOS’ built-in browser possesses a few subtle features you’ve probably never heard of. Plus: Forgot your Apple ID password? Here’s how to reset it
Find out if your Mac’s infected by sneaky new malware
Is your computer harboring newly discovered software ostensibly created to give hackers remote access to your machine? Plus: How to eliminate the adware that’s plaguing your Mac
Product reviews: A pair of great iPad cases + more
Long before the original iPad debuted, some of us dreamed that Apple would create the ultimate affordable, portable netbook. Well, that day is here. Sort of. Plus: Beefy iPad Pro case is worth its weight in protection
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