Steve Jobs would have been 60 years old this week, a sad fact we didn’t want to let pass unnoticed. Luke takes a look at this milestone year for the late Apple co-founder and ultimate savior. Buster tours the 300 racially diverse emojis Apple added to the latest iOS update, and then gives you an inside peek at the grueling hiring process all Apple employees must go through to work for our favorite company. Rob shows you how to find your lost iPhone–even when its battery is dead, and then takes a quick peek at the stunningly gorgeous new remastered version of stealth game République.
Be sure to hop into this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine for all this and more!
Happy 60th birthday, Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs co-founded Apple, and then came back to save it, helping navigate the little company he started with Steve Wozniak back in the 1970s to the global powerhouse it is today. Take a moment to wish Steve, born in 1955, a happy birthday with us.
Apple adds 300 racially diverse emojis to iOS 8.3
With the iOS 8.3 update, Apple added 300 new emojis, including the racially diverse ones you see to the left. Now you can choose among faces with five different skin tones for 60 different emoji that might better reflect your own skin tone, even if you’re a LEGO figure.
Want to work for Apple? Here’s the grueling hiring process
Ever wanted to work for Apple? You might think twice after you take a look at the grueling process the company uses to choose its employees. Whew.
How to find your iPhone’s last location even after the battery dies
Ever lose your iPhone? What about when its battery dies? Luckily, you’re not out of luck in this unfortunate situation, and we’ll tell you how to make sure it stores its last location before its battery gives up the ghost.
Stealth game République Remastered gets even more gorgeous on Mac
Originally released on iPad and iPhone in 2013, this episodic stealth game tasks you with hacking into a totalitarian government’s surveillance system to help Hope escape. It’s even more gorgeous on the Mac thanks to the all-new remastering process Camoflaj used to bring the game into Unity 5.