Apple’s latest iOS 13 is designed to work with keyboard and mouse. We have already seen a demo of this at the iOS 13 unveiling. A YouTuber has taken things a notch up by pairing the original Macintosh keyboard with an iPhone. The Macintosh keyboard was launched in 1984 and still, it worked just fine with the latest iPhone X.
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University have discovered a bug in iOS that could allow hackers to bypass Apple’s encryption. The flaw has the potential to expose photos, messages, and other personal data stored on iOS devices, but Apple has already promised a fix.
iOS 9 might seem pretty fast and responsive to you, but did you know it can be even faster? If you disable system animations using this neat trick — which requires no jailbreak — you get apps that open and close so fast you won’t have time to lift your finger from the screen.
There must be people that spend hours of their day looking for glitches in numerous versions of Apple’s iOS releases. One recurring and popular glitch that people like to use is, the creation of nested folders (a folder within another folder). These nested folders allow you remove groups of icons, and place in one giant folder if you’d like.
Researchers have proven that it’s possible for attackers to crash any iPhone or iPad over Wi-Fi, thanks to a bug in iOS 8. In some cases, devices can be forced into a boot-loop, rendering them unusable.
Since releasing its first jailbreak last June, the Pangu jailbreak team from China has been the subject of criticism from other members of the hacking community. Now, in a lengthy post on their blog, the team has addressed some of the “vilification” it has received.
Last week, we reported on a $300 device called the IP Box, which was allowing repair shops and hackers to bypass passcodes and gain access to locked iOS devices. But it turns out that expensive hardware isn’t required; TransLock, a new utility for Mac, can do the same job over USB.