Instead of every meeting attendee staring at a flat Zoom screen, Apple is looking to the future of video conferencing with Memoji-style avatars arranged in augmented reality around each meeting attendee.
Hosts Stephen Robles and William Gallagher discuss some of their most beloved Mac utilities, updates to Zoom security, how Quibi has launched as a mobile-only video streaming platform, and also we offer some great book recommendations to read at home.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Andrew details how the 2020 iPad Pro compares to previous models, we explore Zoom's many privacy issues and its shady install process, Apple buys the Dark Sky weather app and what it all means, and we debate Apple Sherlocking third-party apps.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, William and Victor talk about the changes in the MacBook line, Victor explains what happens when you try and defeat Safari security, and William likes the TV App finally.
Following the disclosure — and wide media coverage — of a zero-day flaw in video conferencing service Zoom's Mac client that enables easy access to a user's camera feed, the company on Tuesday reversed course and said it plans to issue a fix for the vulnerability.
A security researcher on Monday revealed a zero-day flaw — and the questionable use of a local host server — in the Mac client of popular video conferencing service Zoom that allows websites to force a user into a call with their camera enabled.