As of June 15, 2017, Apple will require app-specific passwords for third-party apps that access iCloud accounts. Here’s how to create one.
Apple has responded to the ransom demand from a group of hackers that claims to have access to more than 600 million iCloud accounts.
A small number of users are currently experiencing issues with a number of iCloud services.
Apple has removed their Activation Lock Status checking tool from iCloud.
There is just no way to overstate the importance of backing up your iOS device. Luckily, it doesn’t take much effort on your part to ensure your iOS device will automatically perform a backup on a regular basis.
Apple has taken steps to battle the recent increase in iCloud Calendar invite spam in the last month or so.
If like us, you’ve been hit by the recent rash of spam iCloud Calendar invites, you’ll be glad to know Apple is working on ways to stop them.
Hacker Responsible for iCloud Celebrity Nudes Photo Scandal Sentenced to 18 Months in Federal Prison
Officials announced on Thursday that Ryan Collins, the man behind the iCloud celebrity nudes scandal in 2014, has been sentenced to 18 months in a federal prison.
Apple on Tuesday added a new 2TB storage tier to its iCloud options. The new option will cost users $19.99 per month.
A new draft of the US National Institute for Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Digital Authentication Guidelines could lead to Apple and other technology firms dropping the use of SMS for two-factor authentication.
If you’re a user of the Spark email client, and you’ve been locked out of your Apple ID account, Spark creator Readdle wants you to know that no one tried to breach your account
28-year old Chicago native Edward Majerczyk has signed a plea agreement, entering a guilty plea for his part in the “Celebgate” iCloud scandal.
A number of iCloud users are experiencing issues with iClouds Mail and/or Notes. Apple reports an ongoing iCloud outage is currently affecting, “0.86% of users.”
A report today indicates Apple’s efforts to being its cloud infrastructure in-house is being delayed by political infighting between the Cupertino firm’s iCloud and Siri engineering teams.
Apple is said to be working with Chinese server vendor Inspur to aid it in transferring its iCloud data services in-house. The report comes from DigiTimes, who cites sources in the Chinese supply chain.
The man behind the “Fappening,” a mass hacking of celebrity iCloud accounts back in 2014, has plead guilty.