Apple could be developing a way for iPhone owners to add a bit more security to their Mac, thanks to their iPhone.
Dreams of an iPhone without bezels just took a step closer to reality after Apple was granted a patent for a new Touch ID sensor that can be embedded within a display. One of the inventions, which uses ultrasonic imaging, would be even more reliable than today’s scanners.
With the release of the iPhone 6s now in the past, most eyes are already turned to what Apple may have coming down the pipe. Except Apple, which is still working on promoting its latest flagship’s features.
iPhone addiction is real. You might not think you use your device a lot, but you might be surprised by how much you check it throughout the day. According to Apple, the average iPhone unlocks their handset 80 times every single day.
With iOS 9 (and OS X El Cap), the Notes app finally became a truly powerful note-taking utility. Something that could convince Evernote and OneNote users in the Apple ecosystem to make the switch. If you still haven’t given it an honest shot, use our guide to get started. Now, with iOS 9.3 Apple has added a really important feature. The ability to secure notes.
For HSBC customers in the United Kingdom, security is taking a shift in the direction of fingerprints and a customer’s voice, thanks to new changes in protocol.
Earlier in February, “Error 53” grabbed plenty of attention, with an impending fix waiting in the wings for those affected by the issue.
Apple has a stake in security, thanks to features like Touch ID and heavy encryption within its software, and in Norway the former is making headlines.