Apple was recently accused of creatingÂ “backdoor” services in iOS that make it easier for government agencies to spy on users without their knowledge, although the iPhone maker promptly denied those claims in an official response issued yesterday, and followed it up by publishing a support documentÂ that provides information about the diagnostic services. Regardless of what you choose to believe, we’ve prepared this step-by-step guide on how to secure your iPhone or iPad from unauthorized pairing using Apple Configurator.Â
If you’re new to jailbreaking, and have just jailbrokenÂ your iOS device using the Pangu jailbreak then it may be a good idea to change the defaultÂ root password to prevent someone with malicious intent from gaining access to your device.
While our beloved iPhones and iPads are precious enough by themselves, they also store our sensitive data and personal information — and that’s why it’s important to keep your device and its contents safe from attacks and intrusions.Â iOS 7 makes it easy to secure your iOS device, whether you’re using it or not. Here are a few tips to keep your device and data safe and sound.
Following a report this morning in which China called the iPhone’s “Frequent Locations” feature, which was introduced in iOS 7, a “national security concern,” we figured it would be a good idea to provide a guide on how to disable Frequent Locations on iPhone.Â If you do not want Apple storing a list of locations in which you frequent, including the date, time and address, follow these step-by-step instructions.
When I have my iPhone on theÂ desk next to me, I often see banner notifications pop up on the top of the screen. The problem is that they disappear in just a few seconds, and I am often too busy doing something else to see which app is notifying me. For the longest time, I would open Notification Center and scroll through all of the apps to see where the notification came from.Â
The iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5 all have great cameras that perform well in a variety of lighting and shooting conditions, including low-light, flash and macro photography. And with the powerful yet easy-to-use Camera app in iOS 7, anyone can take great photos with ease. Today, we’re going to get in touch with our inner shutterbug and check out all the functions and features available in Camera, and shoot a few pictures along the way. Let’s go!
Apple justÂ released iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touchÂ for bug fixes and security updates.
To everyone’s surprise, and as we reported first, the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.X was released earlier today courtesy of a mysterious team of Chinese jailbreak developers. But the jailbreak’s GUI is in Chinese and can be quite confusing for many, so here’s a look at exactly how to use Pangu to jailbreak your iOS device.