Apple Seeds: Flashback Removal Tool Comes to Leopard, What the Next-Gen iPhone Might Look Like, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Apple Brings Flashback Removal Tool to OS X Leopard

Apple is moving at great speed to lock down the Flashback trojan threat. As of today, Apple has released a Flashback removal tool for Leopard users. They also released Leopard Security Update 2012-003, which automatically disables out-of0date version of Adobe’s ubiquitous Flash Player. This is in an effort to further lock down any opening that Flashback might try to take advantage of.

A Glimpse of what the Next-Generation iPhone Might Look Like

MacRumors has posted professional mockups of what the next-generation iPhone might look like based on currently-circulating rumors. It’s slightly longer, and has a slightly longer screen. [Read More]

Report Claims Next-Generation iPhone to Have Updated Dock Connector

A recent report has surfaced claiming that the next-generation iPhone will have a smaller, updated dock connector. They also claim that the device will look very similar to the current iPhone 4/4S design. No changes to the screen either. [Read More]

Confirmed: Notes and Reminders Coming to iCloud.com, More

A new report from The Wall Street Journal notes that Apple will be unveiling and upgraded iCloud at next-month’s WWDC. They confirm that Notes and Reminders will be making their way to iCloud.com. They also claim that Photo Stream will support videos, and there will be a photo-sharing functionality built in. None of this sounds like a bad thing to me. [Read More]

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