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A sparse disk image is a disk image that does not store metadata for the files it contais.
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Question: 87
On a v10.5 computer, what is the default port used by the Software Update
Mac OS X Server
service to updates to Mac OS X computers?
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. A
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B. 548
C. 8088
D. 63000
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You are creating a package using PackageMaker on a Mac OS X v10.5 computer. You
specify "Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger" for Minimum Target, and add preupgrade, preinstall,
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B. Preinstall
C. Preupgrade
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D. All files listed in the BOMs in all of the .pkg files in /System/Library/Receipts/
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You are creating a NetBoot image in Mac OS X Server v10.5. What is the minimum version
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AppleInsider reviews just about anything that will connect to your iPhone, can be used with your Mac, will protect your Apple investment, and so much more. When you read a review or a list of the best products in a category, we function as a team to give you the best, most experienced view possible of that product from an Apple-centric viewpoint.

Our reviews are editorially independent. We do not evaluate products with review guidance from the gear supplier or our affiliate partners. Accessories are supplied by the vendors, and are generally returned to the supplier after the review period.

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We buy all of our review Apple hardware. While other venues have relationships with them for in-advance product testing, Apple does not provide us with early access.

We do not have a big, shiny corporate office outfitted with millions of dollars of testing gear. Instead, we're spread across the globe living day-to-day with the technology.

So, when we have a review opportunity, we select who on staff is our designated Apple product tester for any given category of product based on their experience and preferences. We're not going to give a roundup of the best Thunderbolt docks or best monitors for your Mac to somebody who lives and breathes on their iPhone, for example.

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And, because of that real-world testing focus, we aren't going to invent scenarios for testing that the product will never see in the real world to try to generate controversy.

While Apple product testing needs time spent on measuring parameters and benchmarks, that's not the whole story. If we're reviewing a travel-centric product, we get on the road, a plane, or a train to see how it actually works.

If it's something complex like a router, network-attached storage device, RAID enclosure, or monitor, we'll live with it for a while, integrate it into our workflows, and generate content using it before we tell you how we feel.

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CISA Urges Deployment Of Patches For Three Apple Device Vulnerabilities

The federal cybersecurity agency says the bugs affecting iPhones, Macs and iPads are seeing active exploitation by threat actors.

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The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said Monday it’s advising the deployment of Apple updates for three actively exploited vulnerabilities impacting iPhone, Mac and iPad devices.

On Thursday, Apple released iOS 16.5, macOS Ventura 13.4 and iPadOS 16.5 in response to the discoveries of the vulnerabilities.

[Related: CISA Director Jen Easterly: Software Vendors ‘Should Own The Security Outcomes For Their Customers’]

CISA said in a post that it has seen “evidence of active exploitation” for the three vulnerabilities that affect WebKit, an open-source web browser engine that’s leveraged by Apple for its device operating systems.

“These types of vulnerabilities are frequent attack vectors for malicious cyber actors and pose significant risks to the federal enterprise,” the agency said in the post.

The vulnerabilities consist of a sandbox escape bug (tracked at CVE-2023-32409), an out-of-bounds read vulnerability (CVE-2023-28204) and a use-after-free bug (CVE-2023-32373).

CISA ordered federal agencies to update affected devices by June 12 with the latest versions of iOS, macOS and iPadOS.

While the order only applies to Federal Civilian Executive Branch agencies, “CISA strongly urges all organizations to reduce their exposure to cyberattacks by prioritizing timely remediation” of actively exploited vulnerabilities such as the Apple operating system bugs, the agency said in its post Monday.

The three vulnerabilities impact iPhones going back to the iPhone 6S; Macs that run macOS Big Sur, Monterey and Ventura; and numerous models of iPad.

In a post on the updates Thursday, Apple credited the discovery of one of the vulnerabilities (CVE-2023-32409) to Google’s Threat Analysis Group and Amnesty International’s Security Lab. The other two vulnerabilities were credited to anonymous researchers.

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I Trained With a Champion Cyclist to Test Apple Watch's Custom Workouts

Athletes of all levels have used the Apple Watch to track workouts for years, but it's getting even more flexibility thanks to WatchOS 10. Platforms like TrainingPeaks can now contribute custom workouts to the Apple Watch Workout app, making it easier to train and monitor progress without requiring a separate app on your wrist. 

I've been doing custom cycling workouts from TrainingPeaks on the Apple Watch Ultra 2 for a week, coached by a three-time Olympic gold medalist. Although I'm far from a professional athlete, I can see how helpful this will be for anyone who wants to take their training to the next level. TrainingPeaks can send running and cycling workouts to the Apple Watch and is one of several apps that plug into Apple's Workout app, along with TrainerRoad, Final Surge and RunMotion.

Apple continues to encroach on sports-focused watches like Garmin and Suunto by adding useful tools for athletes to the Apple Watch. WatchOS 9 introduced custom workouts in Apple's Workout app and in-depth running metrics. Fitness Plus lets you build your own workout plans in iOS 17. The Apple Watch Ultra 2 offers features like dual-band GPS and longer battery life than any other Apple Watch. 

Many athletes need in-depth recovery metrics to help prevent overtraining or show progress over time. The Apple Watch lags behind other sports watches on this front, but integrating with third-party apps like TrainingPeaks that have recovery insights helps bridge the gap.

How to send custom workouts to the Apple Watch

The process may differ depending on which third-party app you're using, but for TrainingPeaks specifically, it's pretty easy. First, open the iPhone app and select "Connect to Apple Watch" when prompted. Navigate to the "Apple Watch and Health" menu and select "Apple Watch Workout App." Confirm you want to connect TrainingPeaks to the watch and allow notifications.

Now, you should see the option to send a single workout to the Apple Watch on-demand or sync seven days of workouts to the watch. You'll also want to select "Connect to Apple Health" from the TrainingPeaks settings so it can write data to the Apple Health app. For now, TrainingPeaks supports syncing running and cycling workouts to the Apple Watch. 

You can preview the workout before you start.

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Once your workouts are on the Apple Watch, they'll appear at the top of the Workout app and show the TrainingPeaks logo in the left corner. Start one immediately by tapping as usual, or tap the three dots in the right corner to look at your upcoming schedule. 

Training with a champion cyclist

TrainingPeaks enlisted athletes Jason Koop and Kristin Armstrong to coach custom running and cycling workouts so I could test out the integration ahead of launch. Armstrong is a three-time Olympic gold medalist and the most decorated US women's cyclist of all time. To say I was intimidated at the thought of her coaching me is an understatement, especially given I ride for exercise and recreation rather than competing in the Tour de Femmes. 

Once I synced upcoming workouts to the Apple Watch Ultra 2, I jumped on my power-meter-equipped spin bike. Now that any Apple Watch can connect to Bluetooth devices like cadence sensors and power meters in WatchOS 10, you can see this data on your wrist during a workout and on the iPhone as a Live Activity. Cyclists use power data for a number of reasons, such as measuring effort. It's also a consistent measurement across indoor and outdoor rides. 

When you use the iPhone to display the Live Activity from your Watch, you can see detail like intervals and power, provided you have a power meter connected.

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During the workout, the interface looks exactly as it would if you created a custom workout on the watch yourself. I ride with the iPhone situated on the bike's handlebars to sub in for a bike computer, and it shows an indicator displaying the upcoming interval so I know whether a work or recovery interval is coming. Because I ride with a power meter, I can also see if I am riding in the right zone or not.

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The workout app also provides alerts to let you know if you're on track by buzzing on your wrist, displaying an alert on screen and speaking to you through your headphones or through the watch's speaker.

My first workout was humbling. I struggled to maintain power and kept getting notifications that I was below target. Because TrainingPeaks lets you message your coach in the app after each ride, Armstrong offered to adjust the functional threshold power (FTP) in the back end. That's the maximum level of intensity you can maintain for an hour. The Apple Watch also automatically estimates your FTP after five high-intensity rides lasting at least 10 minutes. 

My next workouts were much more successful. I also switched my workout view to show the power data on the iPhone on my handlebars and the heart rate on my watch. Another nice feature is being able to save your favorite custom workouts permanently on the Apple Watch. I really liked the 35-minute interval training workout that Armstrong suggested and it's easy to keep it on the watch. Once you finish the workout, scroll down the summary page and select the "Add to Workout App" option at the bottom. You can even share those custom workouts through Messages or Mail.

Adding a custom workout to the app is easy.

Lexy Savvides/CNET

Before I was able to send custom workouts to the Apple Watch, creating them on the watch itself was pretty tedious. You'd have to do it all from the Workout app, customizing your intervals and goal type manually. It's so much easier to be able to create workouts on the phone or grab existing ones to sync to the watch.

Although I'm not planning on riding competitively any time soon, I think this integration will be most helpful for coaches who want to send custom workouts to athletes or trainees with ease. The whole process was so seamless, I didn't need to do anything else once I synced all the workouts to my watch. No more excuses: just get on my bike and ride.

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Apple Vision Pro

Apple Vision Pro is Apple's augmented and virtual reality headset, a device that has been in development for more than a decade. Vision Pro marks the company's first entrance into a new product category since the 2015 Apple Watch, with the device introduced at WWDC 2023 in June. A launch is set for early 2024, which means January to late April, but Apple is said to be targeting March.

While the Apple Vision Pro is definitely a headset, Apple does not use that word when referring to it. Instead, Apple calls it a spatial computer because of its ability to blend digital content with the physical world.

Apple Vision Pro is a mixed reality headset that displays augmented reality content overlaid on the world around you, and immersive entirely virtual content, but it's worth noting that the headset is not see through. Everything you see is digital. For augmented reality content that does not make your surroundings disappear, Apple uses cameras that map out what's in front of you, translating that into a digital image augmented by virtual elements.

For a virtual reality experience, Apple shuts off those cameras and can make it seem like you are completely isolated from what's going on around you, allowing you to focus solely on what's being displayed on the headset's screens. This shift between the "real" and the "immersive" can be controlled with an on-device Digital Crown.

Design wise, Apple Vision Pro is not unlike a pair of ski goggles, featuring a singular piece of laminated glass for the front that melds into an aluminum alloy frame. A soft, fitted Light Seal attaches magnetically to the frame and conforms to your face to block out light.

Two Audio Straps with built-in speakers are positioned at the sides of the headset, delivering Spatial Audio that blends what you're hearing on the headset with what's going on in the real world. The Audio Straps connect to a 3D knitted headband that holds the Vision Pro in place. Apple designed it to be breathable, cushiony, and stretchy for comfort, and a Fit Dial ensures the headset fits tight against your head. Apple plans to offer Light Seals and headbands in multiple sizes, and these components are swappable.

Inside the frame, there are two micro-OLED displays that deliver over 4K resolution to each eye for a total of 23 million pixels. There's also an external display called EyeSight that projects an image of your eyes so people can tell whether you're using the headset in an immersive mode or if you can see what's going on around you. For glasses wearers, there are custom prescription Zeiss Optical Inserts that can be attached magnetically to the headset's lenses.

There are no controllers for Apple Vision Pro, with the headset instead controlled by eye tracking, hand gestures, and voice commands. An app can be navigated to and highlighted by looking at it and then opened with a tap of the fingers. Scrolling is done with a simple flick of the fingers.

More than a dozen cameras and sensors in Apple Vision Pro map out the world around you, keeping track of your hand and eye movements. Optic ID, which scans your iris with infrared lights and cameras, is used for authentication. Each person has a unique iris pattern, and Optic ID is akin to Face ID and Touch ID. It can be used for unlocking the device, making purchases, and as a password replacement.

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There are two Apple silicon chips inside Vision Pro, including the same M2 chip that's in the Mac and a new R1 chip. The M2 chip runs visionOS, executes computer vision algorithms, and provides graphics, while the R1 chip processes input from the cameras, sensors, and microphones.

Apple Vision Pro can take 3D photos and videos using a built-in camera that's powered by tapping on the top button of the device. Apple says that users can capture videos and photos in 3D and then relive those memories like never before. Vision Pro will also show existing photos and videos in large scale, making them more immersive. Note that when you are recording video, Vision Pro makes it clear that recording is happening with an animation on the external display.

Due to weight constraints, Apple did not put a battery in Apple Vision Pro. Instead, it can be powered by a braided cable that is attached to a battery pack worn at the hip or plugged into an adapter. The battery pack offers two hours of battery life on a single charge.

With Apple Vision Pro, content is displayed in the space around you. You can position apps and windows in mid-air, rearranging them as you see fit, with multiple windows supported. Apple says there's an "infinite canvas" to work with. Apps can be displayed in the actual environment that you're in so you can stay present with what's going on around you, or you can use a more immersive view that shuts out the world and puts content on a virtual background called an Environment.

A visionOS operating system runs on Apple Vision Pro, and it has a dedicated App Store with apps designed specifically for the device, but it is also able to run iPhone and iPad apps. You can connect the Vision Pro to a Mac, with the headset serving as a display for the Mac. It works with Bluetooth accessories for text input and control, or you can use virtual typing or dictation for text.

There is a main Home View that has all of your favorite Apple apps like Mail, Messages, Music, Safari, Photos, and more, with your data synced through iCloud. The interface is similar to the iPhone interface, but you can open apps and arrange them virtually. Apple is updating its main apps for visionOS and has created APIs for developers, plus Apple is providing Vision Pro test kits to developers for app testing. Apple Vision Pro offers an immersive experience for entertainment like TV and movies. Content can be expanded to feel like it's in your own personal theater, complete with spatial audio.

FaceTime has been redesigned for Vision Pro. People on the call are shown in large tiles to the headset wearer, while the headset wearer is shown as an accurate digital recreation using their Digital persona. With FaceTime, Vision Pro users can collaborate on documents with colleagues or share apps with others, and spatial audio makes it clear who is speaking.

The Cinema Environment allows you to watch shows and movies at the frame rate and aspect ratio chosen by the creator, or you can use a nature-themed Environment to make the screen feel 100 feet wide. Apple created Apple Immersive Videos that are 180-degree 3D 8K recordings that put users right inside the action, plus streaming services like Apple TV+ and Disney+ are available on Vision Pro. As for gaming, Vision Pro supports Apple Arcade, with 100 iPad games to be available at launch. Games can be played with Bluetooth game controllers that connect to the headset.

Apple Vision Pro is priced starting at $3,499 and it is set to launch in February 2024 according to the latest rumors. It will be available on Apple.com when it launches, and in stores only in the United States to begin with.

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Apple plans Vision Pro launch in February, production and store prep in full swing Earlier this year, in June, Apple announced its first-ever mixed-reality headset, or as it calls it, spatial computer, the Vision Pro, stating that it would launch the headset "early next year." As the launch window draws near, Apple is keeping its promise, as it plans to put the Vision Pro on shelves by February 2024.
Sources told Bloomberg that Apple is ramping up the production of Vision Pro, and the headset has been produced at full capacity in China for a few weeks now. The goal is to have customer-ready units by January's end, with the product's official retail release set for the following month, i.e. February. However, production issues could hamper the timeline, forcing Apple to push the launch further.
Apple urges app readiness for Vision Pro debut
Ahead of the release, Apple sent an email to software developers, asking them to “get ready” their apps for the launch, which suggests that the upcoming release is imminent. "There's so much more to come. And we can't wait to see what the next year brings," read the message.
Apple Stores gear up with special training pre-launch
Not just the developers but Apple is also preparing its stores for the headset’s launch.
Apple is sprucing up its retail stores, making room for the upcoming $3,500 device. They will stock up on headsets and accessories like head straps, light seals, and prescription lenses. Additional storage space, demonstration areas, and designated packaging spots for employees will be necessary.
The Vision Pro’s launch is Apple’s most complex yet, requiring customised assembly and fitting. To prepare for the launch, two staffers from each store are invited to attend a two-day training session at Cupertino in January. Training will cover the headset's features, attachment of the headband, prescription lenses, and light seal. Retail employees are also taught new etiquette, like placing a device on customers' heads comfortably. Then, these trained employees will manage sales and teach others how to market the product.
Apple plans to sell the Vision Pro in the US initially, and then the plan is to release it in other markets by the end of 2024. The headset will first be available through Apple’s retail store before expanding to other retailers.
The Vision Pro is said to be released in limited quantities, and its high price tag of $3,500 might not create as much intrigue as a new iPhone. So, it is unlikely that Apple will hold another Vision Pro event during the device's launch.
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Samsung Display, one of Apple’s largest supplier, is reshuffling its business teams in preparation for foldable iPhones and iPads. According to a report from The Elec, Samsung Display recently “carried out an organizational reorganization that focuses on its capabilities to respond to Apple foldable.”

The report explains that Samsung Display is “currently ahead of its competitors” when it comes to OLED displays for smartphones, including its relationship with Apple. The company, however, is looking for a “new growth engine” and believes that foldables will be exactly that.

Essentially, Samsung Display wants to take what it’s learned from manufacturing foldable displays for Samsung devices and prepare for future orders from Apple for the iPhone and iPad.

According to today’s report, Samsung Display and LG Display are both working on a 20.25-inch foldable display for a future Apple product. With this reshuffle, Samsung Display hopes to “prevent competitors,” like LG Display, from winning any of Apple’s foldable business.

But even as Samsung Display prepares its operations for a foldable iPhone or iPad, we’re still at least two years away from Apple actually entering the foldable market. Display analyst Ross Young has predicted that Apple won’t launch a foldable of any sort until 2025 at the earliest. Young has also reported that Apple has kicked the tires on developing a 20.5-inch foldable notebook, similar to what today’s report from The Elec mentions.

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