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Christmas is getting closer and it is becoming more difficult to buy gifts and have them arrive on time, but the new Apple Watch SE 2nd Generation Yes, it can be at the door of the house before December 24. In addition, it is on offer from Amazon at its minimum price: 275 euros.

2nd Generation Apple Watch SE (GPS, 40mm) Midnight Aluminum Case Smartwatch - Midnight Sport Band - One Size.  Training and sleep monitor

2nd Generation Apple Watch SE (GPS, 40mm) Midnight Aluminum Case Smartwatch – Midnight Sport Band – One Size. Training and sleep monitor

Buy Apple Watch SE at the best price

With a recommended retail price of 299 euros in the official Apple Store, the 2nd generation Apple Watch SE (GPS, 40mm) can be purchased on Amazon with delivery before Christmas and a discount that leaves you at your historical minimum price: 275 euro.

The 2nd generation Apple Watch SE in this offer has a 1.57-inch Retina LTPO OLED display and high resolution that reaches a maximum brightness of 1000 nits and Ion-X reinforced glass. According to Apple, it is 20% faster than the previous model by integrating the dual-core S8 chip together with 1 GB of RAM, which allows it to run watchOS 9 with great performance.

With 32 GB of internal storage for music, podcasts and audiobooks without an Internet connection, it has Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth 5.3 for the connection with the iPhone. It integrates the precise heart rate sensor to record our workouts. This model, apart from fall detection, has accident detection.

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If you sign up for Amazon Prime, you have a 30-day free trial (after 49.90 euros per year) to enjoy free fast shipping, priority access to offers, services such as Prime Video, Prime Music and unlimited photo storage. Also, if you are a student, becoming a Prime Student costs half as much and you have a 90-day trial. You can also try services like Kindle Unlimited or Audible free for 30 days.

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Apple Maps: a flaw would have allowed applications to access the location of users without their knowledge

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Users with an iPhone or iPad can allow or deny access to their location, allowing or denying applications to have this data. A flaw (corrected with iOS 16.3) seems to have allowed any application to obtain the information, without the user’s consent.

iOS 16.3 corrects a flaw which has the identifier CVE-2023-23503, but whose technical details have not yet been revealed. Apple only advises that it relates to Maps, that an app may be able to bypass privacy preferences, and that a logic issue has been resolved with better state management.

It appears that the flaw in question allowed location tracking regardless of user preferences and, according to blogger Rodrigo Ghedin, at least one company has exploited the vulnerability. This is iFood, a Brazilian meal delivery company. A user, who had an iPhone under iOS 16.2, noticed that the iFood application was able to know his location, although he had not given his consent at the iOS level. This is no longer the case since he installed iOS 16.3.

A few questions can be asked: how long has this vulnerability existed? What other applications have used it? How much location data has been collected through it?

iFood did not comment, as did Apple. But it is unlikely that the iPhone manufacturer will discuss the subject because the technical details of the security flaw have not yet been disclosed. The band certainly expects most users to have iOS 16.3 installed.

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A green comet is visiting us. So you can locate it in the sky with your iPhone

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You may have heard of the so-called ‘green comet’ that is passing close to Earth these days. Its scientific name is C/2022 E3 (ZTF), and it will be so striking that we can see it with the *text muted* eye in the night sky. The last time it “grazed” our planet was 50,000 years ago, when Neanderthals were the predominant human species. It has rained ever since.

If you want to take advantage of this unique opportunity to see a comet in greenish tones in our sky, you have to be clear about two things: the first is that you will have to get up early, because the best time to see it is before dawn. The second is that you will have to locate the quadrant in which it will appear, but that It is something that we can easily do with the iPhone.

Download, Accept and Aim

The trick is to download the Comet C/2022 E3 ZTF app, available for free on the App Store. Once you have it, you just have to press the first button that appears:


The application will ask you for permission to know your location (essential for it to work properly) and it will show you a map of the firmament with all the constellations adapted to your position. Point the iPhone towards the sky and turn until you find the red comet symbol:

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Visibility is better from the northern hemisphere, it seems, although that doesn’t mean that it won’t be possible to locate it from the southern hemisphere.

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From here, being able to see it depends more on you and the weather conditions at the time. The maximum point of visibility is tonight and the following (February 2), so set a reminder on your devices if you don’t want to miss it. I don’t think we’ll be around when you next visit us in another 50,000 years.

Image | Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3), Guillermo Ferla

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Apple Arcade: all the news for February (Castle Crumble, Riptide GP: Renegade+, etc.)

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Riptide GP Renegade

The month of February has just started and as is now traditional, Apple presents us in advance with the new features of the month on Apple Arcade. We start the meal tour with Castle Crumble, a clone of Angry Birds in which you will have to destroy castles rather than bring down green pigs. Released February 3 in Apple Arcade.

We continue with Riptide GP: Renegade+, the very good racing game of hydro-jet racing which arrives in apple Arcade more than 6 years after its launch in the App Store. It will be possible to play it solo or up to 4 players online. Available in Apple Arcade on February 10.

Riptide GP Renegade

Comes next Farmside, a clone of Farmville, but produced all the same by the studio to which we owe the excellent What the golf?. We will therefore wait until February 17 before crying scam.

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Finally, Lifeline+ is an entirely text-based sci-fi adventure game. The story is intriguing as an astronaut lost on a distant planet tries to communicate with you. The game even sends you notifications as if the astronaut was living his own life on his own! Released February 24 in Apple Arcade.

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