Apple Stores Getting All-New ‘Lead’ and ‘Schedule Planner’ Positions

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MacRumors has learned that Apple is introducing two all-new Apple Store positions named Lead and Schedule Planner. Apple today informed existing retail employees that applications open Monday, July 24, although it appears that select stores started interviewing candidates as early as a few weeks ago.


Apple says the Lead position will give team members the chance to learn the ins and outs of running an Apple Store firsthand. The majority of a Lead’s time will be spent as the Support Leader on the Floor, r…
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Olloclip and Incase Launch Limited Edition iPhone 7 ‘Filmer’s Kit’ Exclusively at Apple Stores

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Smartphone accessory companies Olloclip and Incase today announced a new collaborative product called the “Filmer’s Kit” for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The $199 kit includes “curated essentials” for users who regularly find themselves filming, taking photos, or live streaming on an iPhone 7.


Specifically, the Filmer’s Kit includes an Olloclip Core Lens Set with Fisheye, Super-wide, and Macro 15x lenses, an Olloclip Active Lens Set with Telephoto and Ultra-Wide lenses, an Olloclip Pivot articulating m…
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G Data report: 350 new malware instances are discovered on Android every hour, 750K+ found in Q1; most of the malware is discovered in third-party app stores (Ben Lovejoy/9to5Google)

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G Data report: 350 new malware instances are discovered on Android every hour, 750K+ found in Q1; most of the malware is discovered in third-party app stores  —  Security company G Data says that a new piece of Android malware is discovered every 10 seconds.


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iCloud secretly stores your deleted Safari history for years

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iCloud has been caught storing “deleted” browser history from Safari for well over a year. Even after users clear their data, it can be found in iCloud using software that’s readily available to anyone. But has Apple been quickly trying to clear its tracks? Vladimir Katalov, CEO of Russian software company ElcomSoft, stumbled across his own […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


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