Apple fixes FaceTime flaw, Google pulls Fiber service from Louisville
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APPLE released a software update for iOS that FIXES a group FACETIME BUG that allowed users to eavesdrop on each other.
Last week, APPLE turned off the group FACETIME feature when the flaw was found.
To update your iOS device, head into Settings, tap General, then Software Update.
The newest iOS version is 12.1.4.
Google is pulling its Google Fiber out of Louisville, Kentucky.
The company had attempted to use an experimental construction method in deploying fiber in the city.
Construction crews dug trenches only two inches deep on the edges of roads.
The fiber cable would be inserted in the trench which was then filled.
The problem was the cables ended up popping out of the trenches.
Fiber service in Louisville will be discontinued on April 15th.
Motorola introduced its new budget Android line, the Moto G7 series.
There are three models coming to North America and they start at $199.
They all run the latest version of Android and are all using the same midrange processor.
New for this year is the G7 Power.
It is not the most powerful of the bunch instead the name refers to its huge battery.
That Motorola claims gives the G7 Power a three day battery life.
The Moto G7 series arrives in the spring.
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