FTC slams portable breathalyzer and iOS 10.3 beta drops
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Apple's latest bid to update to IOS 10 will include a find my iPhone feature that can help locate air pod wireless ear buds though they'll still need to be in reach of a bluetooth signal or any other device that has an iCloud connection If you're a beta user you can check out all the newest features right now.
BFTC has ordered the makers of the Breathometer to pay 5.1 million dollars in refunds to anyone who bought the so called, portable breathalyzer.
The product was advertised to provide an accurate measure of blood alcohol content, but the FTC found that it actually didn't work well, at all.
After a year that saw some serious competition in the creative computing space, sales of Apple's Mac line of computers fell 10%, despite encouraging Q4 numbers.
This marked the first time of a year over year drop since 2001, and how the company's new line of MacBooks will impact 2017's que on sales remains to be seen.
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