Apple Using Tencent’s Safe Browsing for Malicious Website Warnings in Safari on iOS 13 Which Logs IPs

Apple Using Tencent’s Safe Browsing for Malicious Website Warnings in Safari on iOS 13 Which Logs IPs

Apple has primarily always relied on Google’s Safe Browsing technology for Safari’s ‘Fraudulent Website Warning’ feature. However, it seems that starting with iOS 13, Apple is using Tencent’s Safe Browsing technology as well to check and prevent users from visiting fraudulent websites.

iPhone SE 2 Detailed: 3GB RAM, Three Colors, $399 Price Tag

iPhone SE 2 Detailed: 3GB RAM, Three Colors, $399 Price Tag

Ming-Chi Kuo has detailed his expectations from the iPhone SE 2 after previously claiming that Apple will launch it in the first quarter of 2020.

How to Shoot RAW Photos on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max

How to Shoot RAW Photos on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are all about their improved camera performance. Apple has finally managed to catch up to the likes of the Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 10+ in terms of camera performance with its iPhone 11 lineup. If you are a photographer though or know the technicalities of the photography world, you can extract even more from the iPhone 11’s camera by shooting photos in RAW.

Should You Upgrade from iPhone 7 to iPhone 11? A Decision Calculator

Should You Upgrade from iPhone 7 to iPhone 11? A Decision Calculator

When the iPhone 7 first came out, it was easily among the best smartphones in the market. Fast forward to 2019, the phone is three years old and its time you replace it. Wondering if you should upgrade to the iPhone 11 or not from your iPhone 7? Read our decision calculator to find out.

Apple Told Apple TV+ Creators Not to Show China in Bad Light

Apple Told Apple TV+ Creators Not to Show China in Bad Light

BuzzFeed report details that Apple had given strict instructions to creators of its various Apple TV+ shows to not show China in bad light. The instructions were passed on to some creators by Eddy Cue and Morgan Wandell, head of international content development.

Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.1

Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.1

Apple today released the first developer beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.1. The release comes just a few days after macOS Catalina itself was released to the public.

Poll: How Are You Liking Your New iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro?

Poll: How Are You Liking Your New iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro?

After initially being announced on September 12th, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro went on sale on September 20th. Now that the devices are out for almost three weeks, what are your thoughts on them? How happy are you with your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro?

Apple’s U1 Ultra Wideband Chip Inside iPhone 11 Pro Detailed

Apple’s U1 Ultra Wideband Chip Inside iPhone 11 Pro Detailed

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro come with Apple’s new U1 Ultra Wideband chip. Despite the marketing name, it was believed by many that Apple was using a Decawave Ultra Wideband DW1000 chip inside its new iPhones. However, a teardown has confirmed that the Decawave chip and Apple’s U1 chip are both very different.

Tim Cook Explains Why Apple Removed the Controversial Hong Kong Protest App

Tim Cook Explains Why Apple Removed the Controversial Hong Kong Protest App

Apple has received quite a bit of flak on social media for giving in to the demand of the Chinese government and removing the HKmap.live app from the App Store. The app was being used by protestors in Hong Kong to keep track of police presence and locations where protests were taking place. Now, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has sent an internal memo to employees clarifying as to why the app was removed from the App Store.

The Father of Android Shows off a Smartphone With ‘Radically Different Form Factor’

The Father of Android Shows off a Smartphone With ‘Radically Different Form Factor’

The father of Android, Andy Rubin, has not really met with much success in his second innings with the Essential Phone. While the phone did have a unique design when it first launched, it failed to attract customers. Not deterred by the failure of the Essential Phone, Andy Rubin has now teased Essential’s second device which it is calling Project Gem.