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You know Dad's always wanted to learn how to code "some day," now here's your chance to help him along this Father's Day. We have a deal on the Mammoth Interactive iOS & Swift Bootcamp, a package of training courses for Apple's Swift programming language in iOS. It retails for $2,956, but through our deal you can get it for $99. He'll build over 70 apps during the course with 80 hours of video content. Check out the deal page for more information.
Apple received top marks from the Electronic Freedom Foundation in the company's "Who Has Your Back?" report for 2015. The report grades top tech companies in five categories relating to, "Online Service Providers' Privacy and Transparency Practices Regarding Government Access to User Data."
The Decibullz Custom Molded Earphones offers a new way to get a custom-fit experience with your in-earphones. With these earphones, you mold the included material to the unique shape of your ear with hot water, then combine it with a specially-selected silicon tip to get a noise-isolating, custom-fit listening experience. Better yet, through our deal you can get it at a 25 percent discount, at $44.99.
Edward Snowden said on Wednesday that customers should support Apple's stance on privacy, whether or no CEO Tim Cook is being sincere about that stance. Speaking via a video conference during the Challenge.rs conference in Barcelona, Mr. Snowden said that companies like Apple that don't trade on our private data should be incentivized to do so.
A significant security hole in iOS and OS X has been exposed by researchers from three universities a security hole that allows malware to access Keychain data from other apps. That means your login information and passwords could be compromised and captured. Bryan Chaffin explains.
We have another giveaway for you today, the Triple Fitbit Giveaway. It's for not one, but three Fitbit Surge wearables. The Fitbit Surge features PurePulse Heart Rate technology, long battery life, wireless syncing functionality, and more. To register, you simply have to sign up to receive our deal emails. Plus, you can get additional entries by sharing the giveaway on social media. Check the giveaway page for details.
Samsung has walked in Apple's shadow doggedly trying to match its rival's every step for years now, but its latest effort is sooooooooo bad, it goes straight past pathetic to embarrassingly sad. Bryan Chaffin has the rundown.
Apple posted the WWDC 2015 Keynote video to YouTube this week. You can still stream it from Apple's website, but the YouTube version is easier to scrub through for finding specific moments.
Check out this deal on a braided, 10-foot MFi-Certfiied Lightning cable. It retails for $30, but through us you can get it for $19.99. Compare that to a three-foot and change cable from Apple for $19, and that's not braided.
Apple is stretched pretty thin, these days. Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple Car, iCloud, Apple Pay, iBooks, iTunes, Apple Music, OS X, and iOS, just to name a few. Some have suggested Apple kill its legacy Mac business to leave it free to focus on other products. Bryan Chaffin argues that this represents a fundamental misunderstanding of Apple and the Mac, both.