Apple on Thursday updated its iTunes Remote app for iPhones and iPads with support for two-factor authentication, reflecting the company’s growing use of the security concept.
Cellebrite — the firm thought to be responsible for helping the FBI extract data from the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook — is doing “lawful unlocking and evidence extraction” from Apple devices through the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, according to the company’s Forensics Research director.
A series of documents discovered at a thrift store in Seattle examines Apple’s mindset in the late ’70s and early ’80s as it shifted from a hobbyist company to one interested in gathering, and retaining business clients for its App…
Apple’s Seattle offices — dedicated partly to work in artificial intelligence and machine learning — are set to expand both literally and in terms of workforce, a report revealed on Thursday.
Samsung is reportedly developing a version of its upcoming “Galaxy S8” that will compete in some respects not just with Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus, but also eye-scanning technology only expected in iPhones shipping later this year.
Audio vendor Harman has unveiled a new wireless CarPlay solution for car manufacturers, with the technology first hitting the market as manufacturer-installed gear in the BMW 5 Series Sedan.
Apple’s slow expansion plans for the Latin American smartphone market could take its next step sometime next year, with a report claiming the first official Apple store in Argentina could open its doors and commence sales in 2018.
If you own an iPad, iPhone, iPod or Mac, your Apple ID is the gateway to accessing the App Store, iCloud and iTunes, making it a crucial part of your digital identity. If you ever need to change the email address associated with yo…
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