Thursday saw federal prosecutors filing a new motion, seeking to force Apple to crack the security measures in place on an iPhone 5c used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Lookout 4.3 runs on the iPhone and Apple Watch, monitoring the Bluetooth connection between the two, and if the connection is lost between the two, the app buzzes the user on their Watch.
Apple online services vice president Eddy Cue sat down with Spanish-language TV network Univision and discussed the demands the FBI is making in the ongoing iPhone encryption dispute.
Artist Anca Barbu has turned to a new palette to express her creativity, iPhone cases. Barbu has created a customized line of handmade, iconic cases for the discerning iPhone-toting art aficionado.
Making your iPhone pictures look “cooler” doesn’t need to cost a fortune, and our friends over at Mpow sent me their MLens V1 3-in-1 lens kit, and I have to admit, it’s kind of cool.
With the debut of 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple offers a number of new ways to preview and manage content on their flagship devices. 3D Touch is particularly handy to use in the Mail app.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak appeared on the popular TBS late-night talk show Conan, and shared his thoughts on the FBI vs. Apple fight over unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
The U.S. Justice Department yesterday filed to the court of U.S. District Judge Margo Brodie, in the hopes to overturn a New York federal judge’s ruling that Apple could not be forced to help investigators to unlock the iPhone of a suspected drug dealer.
New York Police Department counter-terrorism head John Miller fired the latest broadside in the encryption battle between Apple and law enforcement heads, accusing the company of aiding criminals by using encryption to secure its mobile devices.
Take a trip back to the 60s, and tie dye your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, with these groovy wallpapers. They’re like, far out man!
San Bernardino District Attorney Michael A. Ramos claims the San Bernadino shooter’s iPhone 5c “may contain evidence that can only be found on the seized phone that it was used as a weapon to introduce a lying dormant cyber pathogen that endangers San Bernardino’s infrastructure.”
We all get calls on our iPhone at bad times. We’re driving, in a meeting, or watching the last 10 minutes of our favorite TV show’s season ender… here’s how to reply to the caller with a quick text message.
A report on Wednesday claims Apple will debut iPhones with OLED displays a year earlier than expected.
Apple’s head lawyer Bruce Sewell and FBI Director James Comey testified at yesterday’s U.S. congressional hearing on encryption issues.
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Husband of San Bernardino Shooting Survivor Says he Doubts There’s Anything Valuable on Shooter’s iPhone
Salihin Kondoker, the husband of Anies Kondoker who was shot three times during the San Bernardino attack last December, but survived, says he doubts there is anything of value to investigators on the iPhone 5c used by shooter Syed Farook.