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.
Apple will indeed have to cough up that $450 million settlement in the e-books antitrust case. The company was found guilty of conspiring with publishers to fix prices of e-books back in 2014, and had been appealing the case to the United States Supreme Court.
Following on the heels of a “1970” bug that would brick iOS devices, comes a much more benign glitch, which has iPad and iPhone users seeing “ghost” emails from January 1, 1970.
In an op-ed piece for the The Washington Post on Sunday, Apple Vice President Craig Federighi explained the reasoning behind his company’s stand on device encryption.
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.
Apple will not be putting in a bid for the digital streaming rights to the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” package for the 2016 season.
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.”
Any OS X installers that were downloaded from the Mac App Store before February 14 will no longer work, due to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Certificate, which expired on the 14th.
The much rumored opening of Apple’s first major office space in SanFrancisco has been confirmed by Reuters. Apple plans on moving into the space – which has enough room for at least 500 workers – in late summer.
Apple has launched an “Apple Support” Twitter account, (@AppleSupport), to offer tips, tricks, and customer support.
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.
Apple has leased a 96,000 square foot industrial property in Sunnyvale, California which was formerly used as a Pepsi bottling plant. The property is near Apple’s rumored “Project Titan” facility.
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.
U.S. Attorney General Hints That She’s on the FBI’s Side in the San Bernardino iPhone Case, But Won’t Come Out and Say So
An advanced copy of a speech to be made later today by Attorney General Loretta Lynch later today strongly indicates that, as could be expected, she’s on the FBI’s side in the San bernardino iPhone dispute, but she stops short of actually directly saying so.
House Judiciary Committee Members May File a Legal Brief in Support of Apple in San Bernardino iPhone Case
Reuters reports that both Republican and Democratic party members of the House Judiciary Committee are in support of Apple’s view that Congress, should decide the San Bernardino iPhone case.