1. A cybersecurity expert explains why we're likely to see more Apple hacks in the future  Business Insider
  2. Apple Patent Reveals Smart Finger Devices that will be used to Control a Future Mixed Reality Headset  Patently Apple
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For years, Apple was seen as the gold standard of cybersecurity. Two recent hacks changed that perception, and now Apple could be a target.For years, Apple was seen as the gold standard of cybersecurity. Two recent hacks changed that perception, and now Apple could be a target.

Apple's iPhones are a likely target for future hacks, an expert says - Business Insider

Earlier today Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple Patent Reveals Finger Sensory Devices that will Work with a Future Headset and Designed to be Stored Together.” The patent claims of the first patent emphasized the power circuitry along with charging case. In part two, Apple’s second patent focuses more on the use of ultrasonic sensors on the finger device. While headsets like the Oculus uses the large Oculus Touch controllers for their VR headset as shown below, Apple appears to be placing a lot of emphasis on finger device controllers that could provide users with advanced haptics. Earlier today Patently Apple posted a report titled “Apple Patent Reveals Finger Sensory Devices that will Work with a Future Headset and Designed to be Stored Together.” The patent claims of the first patent emphasized the power circuitry along with charging case. In part two, Apple’s second patent focuses more on the use of ultrasonic sensors on the finger device. While headsets like the Oculus uses the large Oculus Touch controllers for their VR headset as shown below, Apple appears to be placing a lot of emphasis on finger device controllers that could provide users with advanced haptics.

Apple Patent Reveals Smart Finger Devices that will be used to Control a Future Mixed Reality Headset - Patently Apple