One of the security measures installed in iOS is a time-based failsafe, which kicks in when an incorrect passcode is entered.
Apple has made securing its devices one of the most important bullet point features for its products, which means there is a concerted effort on the other side of the coin to crack those devices.
Security is one of the tentpole features for Apple, and it is paramount for all of its consumer-ready devices, from the Apple Watch to the iMac.
Apple has already faced down a major security issue in macOS High Sierra before the end of 2017, but it looks like one more has cropped up.
Recently, Apple released iOS 11.2 to the public, and while the new software brings new features to the fore, it also adds some important security fixes.
Ever since Apple published its dedicated site for its machine learning journal, the company, and the teams within, have been publishing interesting insights into how certain elements work.
Apple went all-in with a brand new biometric security measure for the iPhone X, adopting the TrueDepth camera system and launching Face ID to secure a device.
Just yesterday it was discovered that there is a major security flaw within macOS High Sierra, but Apple has already released a fix.
macOS High Sierra Security Flaw Allows Admin Access Without a Password [Update: Apple Working on a Fix]
Having a username and password on your computer is meant to secure it, but sometimes that’s not always the case.
Apple decided to go all-in with facial recognition with the iPhone X, making it the single biometrics security measure on the upcoming flagship smartphone.