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Apple Patches Pesky Graphics Bug In OS X Mavericks

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Apple has issued a software update for those running the third developer preview of OS X Mavericks. The release promises to patch a major graphics bug that could cause machines to “reboot without warning.”

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iOS 6.1.3 Causing Battery Life Issues For Some Users

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Apple made its iOS 6.1.3 update available to the public last week, quashing a lock screen security flaw that allowed a passcode lock to be bypassed with a few simple taps. But the update also introduced a number of problems of its own. Not only do we now have a new lock screen security flaw, but some users are also suffering battery life issues.

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iOS 6.0.2 Is Killing iPhone 5, iPad Mini Battery Life

iOS 6.0.2 Is Killing iPhone 5, iPad Mini Battery Life

Apple released its iOS 6.0.2 update over-the-air to select devices earlier this week, promising a fix for a frustrating bug that could impact Wi-Fi performance. However, the update comes with a nasty problem of its own. There are reports that it has greatly reduced battery life on the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini — even when the devices go unused for long periods of time.

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Stainless Games Fixes Carmageddon’s Save Game Bug

Stainless Games Fixes Carmageddon’s Save Game Bug

Install Carmageddon’s latest update to ensure your progress isn’t lost the next time you play.

Stainless Games brought the 1997 classic that is Carmageddon to the App Store last week, but its launch was marred by a nasty save game bug that was capable of wiping all the progress you had made in the game.

Thankfully, the company has now issued an update that fixes the problem.

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Beware: Carmageddon Save Bug Could Wipe All Your Progress

Beware: Carmageddon Save Bug Could Wipe All Your Progress

Follow the walkaround below to ensure your Carmageddon progress isn’t lost.

Earlier this week, Stainless Games brought the 1997 reckless driving sensation that is Carmageddon to iOS, and I haven’t been able to put it down since — it’s as good today as it was 15 years ago on the Dreamcast. However, it does have one issue holding it back: a save game bug that could wipe all your progress.

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Developer Confirms OS X 10.8.1 Update Significantly Improves MacBook Battery Life

Developer Confirms OS X 10.8.1 Update Significantly Improves MacBook Battery Life

OS X 10.8.1 could give your MacBook another 4 hours of playtime.

When Apple released OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) back in July, one of the few things users complained about was its impact on MacBook battery life. The software seemingly contains a frustrating bug that causes some of Apple’s notebooks to lose around 38% of their normal charge.

Apple has been working on a fix that will be distributed with the OS X 10.8.1 update. And according to one registered developer who’s currently testing the beta, it significantly improves battery life by adding up to four hours.

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Apple Fixes App Store Bug And Allows iOS 3.1.3 Users To Download New Apps Again

Apple Fixes App Store Bug And Allows iOS 3.1.3 Users To Download New Apps Again

Following a report published yesterday that detailed the problems users were having when attempting to download apps from the App Store under iOS 3.1.3, Apple has quietly issued another App Store update today to rectify the issue. Those who are still running this firmware on their iPhone or iPod touch should now be able to download new apps directly to their devices again.

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Apple Fixes Photo Stream Bug With Aperture 3.2.2 Update

Apple Fixes Photo Stream Bug With Aperture 3.2.2 Update

Apple has issued an update to Aperture today which fixes a Photo Stream bug that prevented new images from automatically importing into your library once it had reached 1,000 images. Despite being such a minor fix, however, the update weighs in at a whopping 551 MB.

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iPhone 4S Users Around The World Report Frequent Loss of Service For No Apparent Reason

iPhone 4S Users Around The World Report Frequent Loss of Service For No Apparent Reason It seems early iPhone 4S adopters the world over have discovered a new issue with Apple’s latest handset. No, it has nothing to do with poor battery life, but rather a complete loss of signal for no apparent reason. To be clear, this isn’t a new “antennagate” — the issue does not occur while holding the device in a certain position — it’s a new problem that causes the device to lose its signal randomly. Users report they can be enjoying a full five-bar signal one minute, then be greeted by that frustrating “No Service” status the next.

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Apple Fixes Mid-2010 MacBook Pro Freezing With Video Update

Apple Fixes Mid-2010 MacBook Pro Freezing With Video UpdateApple has issued a video update for its 15-inch MacBook Pro that addresses a freezing issue users some users may be suffering with the mid-2010 model. The update also fixes a bug that presented users with a blank screen when they attempted to watch a video on their machine.

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