How to find your iPhone or Cellular iPad’s IMEI number

How to find your iPhone or Cellular iPad’s IMEI number

It’s handy to have your IMEI number stored someplace safe in case you ever lose your phone or tablet. This 16-digit number (known as an International Mobile Equipment Identity number) is a unique identifier for every device that connects to a mobile network with a SIM card, and it allows carriers to blacklist the device if it goes missing.

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Apple confirms OS X, iOS and key web services not affected by Heartbleed

Apple confirms OS X, iOS and key web services not affected by Heartbleed

Apple confirmed to Re/Code that its key web services and both its mobile and desktop operating systems are not affected by the Heartbleed security flaw. The vulnerability, first reported by Web security firm Codenomicon, is present in OpenSSL encryption software, which is used by websites to secure user information.

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Must-Read: What is Heartbleed security bug? Find out how it affects iOS and Mac users

Must-Read: What is Heartbleed security bug? Find out how it affects iOS and Mac users

You have probably heard about the Heartbleed bug by now. In case you’re not aware, Heardbleed is a critical security bug which was discovered earlier in the week in OpenSSL, a popular open source encryption software used by many websites. 

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Slimming selfie app criticized for encouraging an unhealthy body image

Slimming selfie app criticized for encouraging an unhealthy body image

A new camera app that lets users shed virtual weight by slimming down their face in selifes is being criticized for encouraging an unhealthy body image among its young and often impressionable users.

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Pebble asks users not to install v2.1 update, citing critical issue that breaks app

Pebble asks users not to install v2.1 update, citing critical issue that breaks app

Pebble is asking its users not to install the version 2.1 update for the iPhone that was released March 31st, citing a critical issue that prevents the app from working properly with the Pebble smartwatch.

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Apple offering refund for recent in-app purchases made by minors

Apple offering refund for recent in-app purchases made by minors

Apple is reaching out to customers who recently made in-app purchases and offering them a refund if the purchase was made by minor. This is one of several steps the Cupertino company has taken in recent years to curb inadvertent in-app purchases by children.

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Daylight Saving Time 2014: Your iPhone or iPad will automatically change time for DST

Daylight Saving Time 2014: Your iPhone or iPad will automatically change time for DST

It’s that time of the year when you have to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time in the U.S.

At 2 a.m. local time today, daylight saving time (DST) will arrive with the promise to give you an extra hour of evening light. 

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Apple launches CarPlay; integrates iPhone with your car to make calls, use Maps, listen to music and access messages

Apple launches CarPlay; integrates iPhone with your car to make calls, use Maps, listen to music and access messages

Apple has announced the official arrival of CarPlay (previously known as iOS in the Car). This feature will make its way to existing iOS 7 devices in the form of an update. However, only the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5 are supported as this feature requires Lightning-enabled devices.

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Researchers discover new iOS security flaw that allows malicious apps to record user inputs

Researchers discover new iOS security flaw that allows malicious apps to record user inputs

Security firm FirmEye has revealed that a serious iOS security flaw allows malicious apps to monitor and log every user input, including characters typed into iOS’ keyboard, Touch ID presses and even when a user pressing the buttons to control the volume.

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Apple sold more Macs and iOS devices in the Holiday Quarter than Windows PCs

Apple sold more Macs and iOS devices in the Holiday Quarter than Windows PCs

Microsoft was quite late in jumping on the mobile bandwagon, and that has caused a lot of problems for the company. In the holiday quarter, Apple sold more Macs, iPhones and iPads than PC manufacturers sold Windows PCs, highlighting how Microsoft has missed out on the growth in the smartphone and tablet market.

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