Bill Gates says Apple should unlock an iPhone used by a San Bernardino gunman to help the FBI. The Microsoft founder and former CEO believes this is a one-off scenario, and that Apple should provide the government with the information they need to solve its case.
Despite overwhelming support from fans and many of its peers in the technology industry, it looks like Apple’s battle against the FBI isn’t supported by everyone. In fact, in a recent survey, Pew Research Center found that more than half of respondents are on the Justice Department’s side.
Apple is battling against a court order to unlock one iPhone for the FBI, but the U.S. Justice Department wants the Cupertino company to extract data from many more. According to a new report, there are around 12 undisclosed cases similar to that Apple is already fighting.
Apple rolled out its third iOS 9.3 beta earlier this week — and followed it up with a public beta on Wednesday — and although it is almost identical to the second beta, there is one nice new addition. Those on Verizon can now enjoy Wi-Fi Calling.
A new Apple patent application published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reveals the Cupertino company is working on a system that would allow Apple Watch to automatically adjust the volume on your iPhone based on ambient noise.
The invention could make your iPhone louder in noisy bars or busy streets, and quieter when you’re in a library or the office.
Rumors are suggesting that Apple’s supposed 4-inch iPhone will be based off a lower-end iPhone 5s and be dubbed the “iPhone 5se.”