Earlier this week saw forensic expert Jonathan Zdziarski disclose what he termed “backdoors” in iOS that could allow for nefarious data collection of information from users’ devices. In addition to an earlier statement denying any underhanded intentions, Apple has also posted a new support document offering a description of the three services highlighted by Zdziarski.
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Good news, everyone! Following the release of the third developer betas of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite on July 7th, Apple has now just released the 4th developer previews of both releases as well – right in line with expectations.
A report today from Reuters says Apple is likely to move production of their upcoming 14-nanometer A-Series processors away from TSMC and toward Samsung in 2015.
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Investment firm Piper Jaffray believes that while Apple’s new partnership with IBM will strengthen its position in the corporate world, it probably won’t add up to much in terms of overall iOS device sales.
A new report says that the fourth beta version of iOS 8 will be seeded to developers on Monday, July 21. The release date would mark a two-week gap following the July 7 release of the third beta.
Google has added a new feature to their search results that warns iOS users when a site that is listed in the results uses Adobe Flash. For the three people who don’t know this, The iPhone, (and its siblings the iPad and iPod touch), have never supported Flash.
Even as the fall debut of iOS 8 is just a few months away, Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system continues to see a growing adoption rate. As of Sunday, 90% of all devices connected to the App Store are running iOS 7.
Last week, the state-run Chinese media labeled the iPhone’s Location Services feature found in iOS 7 a “national security concern,” citing Chinese researchers that stated the data could lead to security breaches in that country. Over the weekend, Apple officially responded to the charges on its Chinese website.
Apple’s system status page is noting that a small amount of users are experiencing an iCloud Mail outage. Apple reports the outage, which has lasted for over 17 hours, affects approximately 0.1% of all users. 9to5Mac reports that users affected by…
Google has updated their Google Maps app for iOS to version 3.2.0 today, adding new functions such as search result descriptions that appear directly on the map, and the ability to view search results either on the map, or in a list.
Apple is continuing its efforts to be open about the upcoming Swift Programming Language that will be going live this fall alongside iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. The latest in Apple’s effort to get info out to developers, a new blog covering the language.
The Chinese state-controlled media is once more coming after Apple, as a Friday afternoon report from China Central Television has labeled the location tracking features in Apple’s iOS devices as a “national security concern.”
It was six years ago today that Apple debuted their new App Store. The new store, enabled via iPhone OS 2, and an update to iTunes, opened up the world of third-party apps to users of Apple’s iPhone.
“Hello, Newman!” Very soon your iPhone using man-hands may be able to send a text message about nothing using emojis based on the popular ’90s sitcom “Seinfeld.”