Apple chief executive Tim Cook has published an open letter that outlines the company’s commitment to respecting and maintaining the privacy of its users. Almost unsurprisingly, the letter comes just weeks after Apple suffered a PR disaster following a high-profile nude celebrity photo leak that was attributed to an iCloud breach.
Apple has long advertised iCloud as being a cloud storage platform for iPhone, iPad and Mac, but it has never had a front-facing file management system like its main competitors in Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. iCloud Drive is about to change that, making the service a much more competitive offering in the cloud storage space.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook and design chief Jony Ive sat down for an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek at the company’s Cupertino-based headquarters to discuss the corporate environment at One Infinite Loop, development of the Apple Watch and a number of other interesting topics. Take a closer look at the in-depth profile ahead.
Apple released iOS 8 few hours back, so we won’t be surprised if you’re eager to know about the jailbreak for iOS 8.
Following the public release of iOS 8 for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models, Apple has been going on a spree of updating its apps available on the App Store. The latest is Numbers, which has just been updated with iOS 8 support and iCloud Drive compatibility in tow. Stability improvements and bug fixes are also part of the release.
Earlier today, Apple released the eagerly awaited iOS 8 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The surge in traffic seems to have overloaded Apple’s servers as users started reporting problems while trying to update their device.
Leading up to the end of August of this year, there was a major push for manufacturers to install kill switches, whether it be software- or hardware-based, on any new devices launching from 2015 on. The bill was signed into law in California, and now it looks like Apple is planning for the changes.