Tag: Apple News

Israeli Firm’s Spyware Can Silently Extract All Data from iCloud

Israeli firm NSO Group has a tool called Pegasus which is capable of not only extracting data from a phone’s onboard storage but also from the cloud services they are talking to including iCloud. Pegasus works not just on iPhones and iCloud but also on Android devices and almost all third-party apps that communicate with […]

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Zoom Issues Emergency Patch to Fix Mac Webcam Security Flaw

A recently unearthed security flaw on Zoom video conferencing app allowed any website to open a video-enabled call on a Mac. This was made possible by a web server that Zoom installs on Macs. Initially, the company defended the security flaw as a “legitimate solution to poor user experience, enabling our users to have seamless, […]

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Five New iPad Running iPad OS Registered in Eurasian Database

As reported earlier, Apple seems all set to launch new iPad’s this year. Five new unreleased iPad’s have been spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission. The iPad models include A2068, A2197, A2198, A2228, and A2230. Recently a rumor predicted that Apple will begin the mass production of 10.2-inch iPad Air this month and this also […]

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Apple Opens First App Design and Accelerator Center in Shanghai, China

Apple has announced the opening of its first Design and Development Accelerator in Shanghai. The Accelerator is aimed at providing Chinese developers with an opportunity to work alongside experts from Apple to polish their app development skills and further improve their app. The company kicked off the Accelerator program with a workshop focused on AR […]

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Apple Releases Sixth iOS 12.4, Fourth macOS 10.14.6, Fifth watchOS 5.3 Developer Betas

Apple has released the sixth (and probably the last) iOS 12.4, fifth watchOS 5.3, fourth macOS 10.14.6 beta for developers. The latest build can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center and will also be available as an over-the-air update for devices that are already enrolled. As expected the new beta’s don’t seem to come […]

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Report: 16-Inch MacBook Pro Will Launch in Fall, 10.2-Inch iPad Air Production to Start in July

The rumors about the upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro keeps trickling in. The latest report by Economic Daily News mentions that the new MacBook Pro will enter production only in the last quarter of this year. The supply chain report also mentions that Apple is all set to mass produce 10.2-inch iPad and the upcoming iPad […]

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Apple’s 2019 Back to School Promotion Offers Free Beats Headphones, Discount on Macs, iPads

Apple today announced its 2019 Back to School promotion in which it is offering customers free Beats headphones on purchase of eligible Apple products. Depending on which Apple product you buy, you will get a free Beats headphones from Apple. If you are looking to buy an iPad, you will save $50 with education pricing. […]

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Apple Refreshes Base 13-inch MacBook Pro with Quad-Core Processor, Touch Bar, Touch ID

In addition to updating the MacBook Air with True Tone display and lowering its price, Apple also updated the base 13-inch MacBook Pro with Intel’s 8th gen. quad-core processors. The switch to a quad-core processor means the updated MacBook Pro now offers 2x the performance of its predecessor. The new MacBook Pro now also comes […]

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Police on a Manhunt to Catch iPhone Thief Who Posted his Selfie on Victims Instagram

iPhones have been thieves favorite for quite some time. Despite the anti-theft feature thieves still, seek out an iPhone. In a rather weird turn of events, New Jersey detectives are on a manhunt for an iPhone thief who posted a selfie of himself on the victim’s Instagram account. Police are now distributing the pictures in […]

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Apple Takes a Dig at Google’s Privacy Issues with a Strategically Placed Billboard

Apple is known to take potshots at Google and Facebook when it comes to privacy issues. Apple has been voicing against tech companies facing privacy issues. Even at the recent Stanford Commencement speech, Tim Cook asked tech companies to take responsibility and not dodge from the same. Apple has now taken a dig at Google […]

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Biographer Walter Isaacson Recalls How Steve Jobs Was Critical of Tim Cook

Steve Jobs was not exactly known as a people person, yet he managed to sell his ideas so well to the world. “Steve Jobs” biographer was on Squawk Now this week and detailed his experience interviewing Steve Jobs for the biography. He went on to reveal that Jobs was open in criticizing Tim Cook and […]

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Bill Gates Says Jobs Would Cast Spells on People to Get the Best Out of Them

In an interview with CNN, Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder, talked about Steve Jobs and how he could cast spells on people to motivate them and get work done. The Microsoft founder said that only Jobs could have taken a dying company like Apple and turned it into the world’s most valuable one. He achieved this […]

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Relaxation of Foreign Investment Rules in India Will Help Apple Build Its Store

Apple has been trying to set up single-brand retail stores in India from quite some time. The FDI rules have prevented Apple from offering a flagship Apple Store in India. Meanwhile, Apple tried to persuade the authorities and asked for an exemption under the ‘cutting-edge technology.’ category In 2017 things started looking brighter as the […]

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Apple Is Supporting iPhones as Old as Six Years for Major iOS Updates

Apple has always had an upper-hand to Android when it comes to software updates. Android users have constantly complained about the lack of timely updates and owners of less popular smartphones might never even get an update. Meanwhile, Apple has always been consistent when it comes to updates and scores a staggeringly high adoption rate […]

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Apple Extends Keyboard Service Program for All MacBook’s with Butterfly Keyboard

Apple has been criticized for the unreliable butterfly keyboards on its MacBook’s. The butterfly keyboards were first introduced in 2015. Recently we reported on how Apple is likely to ditch butterfly keyboard altogether and instead go with scissor-switch type. Now Apple has extended keyboard service program for all the MacBook’s from 2015 to 2019. The […]

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Apple iCloud Services and Retail Store Systems Facing Nationwide Outage [Update]

Another day, another outage! Yesterday WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram suffered from an outage. Today Apple’s iCloud Services and Retail Store systems are not available for some users. System Status is showing that services like Find My Friends, Find My iPhone, Game Center, Photos and Screen Time are affected. Users are reporting the outage on social […]

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