On July 21, Apple held its quarterly earnings call to discuss the third quarter of 2015, and now it’s already gearing up to announce some new numbers.
We continue to find new details about iOS 9’s battery saving Facedown Detection feature. We’ve already covered how it works, and why it is not available on older iPhones, iPads and iPod touches.
As you probably know by now, several apps were infected with the XcodeGhost malware because developers based in China used a malicious version of Xcode, Apple’s official tool for developing iOS and OS X apps. With more than 500 million users affected, XcodeGhost is the biggest security breach to hit iOS.
PSA: iOS Malware ‘XcodeGhost’ affects more than 50 iOS apps, including popular apps like WeChat and CamCard
Late last week, Chinese iOS developers found a new iOS and OS X malware called ‘XcodeGhost’, which they revealed through Weibo (a.k.a China’s Twitter).