Matthew Hickey, a security researcher and co-founder of cybersecurity firm Hacker House, has managed to find a way to brute-force his way into an iPhone or iPad running the latest version of iOS.
Seemingly out of the blue, and following what feels like months of adamant customer feedback, Apple has just confirmed an issue with the butterfly keyboards used in the 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro models.
PDFs are one of the best ways to securely transmit digital documents: they can’t be edited, they maintain their formatting across multiple platforms, and the software needed to open them is usually included with your device. Unfortunately, most PDF software only opens them and can’t help you if you need to alter your document or sign a contract in a PDF format. PDF Expert for Mac helps you edit your PDFs for ultimate flexibility. It’s on sale now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for $24.99.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules the Police Must Obtain a Warrant to Obtain Smartphone Owner’s Location Data
In a major privacy decision, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that, in general, warrants are required to collect cellphone data.
While we eagerly wait for coolstar to release Electra iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak, Chinese security researcher and hacker with the Twitter handle S0rryMyBad has published a demo of a web-based jailbreak for iOS 11.4 and iOS 12 beta.
An Apple Watch Owner is Suing Apple Because the Smartwatch Might Not be ‘Brilliantly Scratch-Resistant’
Hearing a company call a product “scratch-resistant” isn’t new by any means, but it’s apparently got Apple in a bit of hot water.
One of the features on our iOS 12 wishlist was Lock screen widgets. Especially, a weather widget. We didn’t ask for a whole system of third-party interactive widgets. A simple Apple Watch style complications system would have been enough. We didn’t see any of that. But Apple did give us a weather widget. Well, sort of.
Apple vehicles equipped with LiDAR sensors on their roof have started collecting street-level data in Japan from this month. As per the Apple Maps vehicle page, the company’s vehicles will collect street data for Tokyo and Urayasu from June through October.
A DigiTimes report citing TSMC’s CEO CC Wei details that the company has started the commercial production of chips built on its 7nm foundry. The company expects its overall production capacity to increase in 2018 by 9 percent to 12 million 12-inch wafers.
Apple and Qualcomm are currently in a long running legal battle, and Apple has just fired another salvo into the skirmish.