Famed security firm claims it can now hack into any iPhone, including the iPhone X

A few years ago, Apple found itself embroiled in a bitter stand-off with the FBI following a terrorist shooting in San Bernardino, California. In the aftermath of the attack, you might recall that law enforcement authorities came upon an iPhone 5c owned by one of the shooters. The iPhone, however, was secured by a passcode […]

Top 10 Anti-Virus Apps for your iPhone and iPads

Apple’s iPhones and iPads can’t be affected by malware in the same way as Windows, but your devices will still be vulnerable to a host of other threats. Whether it’s malicious websites, annoying ads, web trackers or just someone grabbing your device when you’re not looking, there’s plenty to be concerned about. Fortunately, there are […]

Facebook’s free VPN acts like spyware to iOS users in the U.S.

You would think that if a free VPN were being offered to the masses, then safeguarding so many users’ privacy would be a great thing. Except it is Facebook doing the offering, and the free VPN is designed to track everything a user does. U.S. Facebook users running the Facebook iOS app will see “Protect” […]

Somebody just leaked the iPhone booting source code online

On the evening of February 7, Motherboard’s Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai reported that code from the secure boot-up portion of Apple’s iOS mobile operating system—referred to as iBoot—had been posted to GitHub in what iOS internals expert Jonathan Levin described to the website as “the biggest leak in history.” The leaked code has since been removed by […]

How to turn off iPhone throttling in iOS 11.3

Last December, Apple conceded that it deliberately slows down iPhones with older batteries to cope up with sudden slowdowns. While the company might have done this with good intentions, it faced flak for keeping the users in dark. Making amends, Apple promised to soon deliver an update that would give users more control over this […]

How to keep you iPhone safe and secure!

Once you’re more familiar with the iPhone, you may want to take some time to review and customize your device’s settings. Settings control everything from the way your iPhone works to the data it shares with apps and other devices. You can open Settings by tapping the icon on your Home screen. Read all about […]

How to protect your Mac and your iPhone

Most of us who don’t use Android smartphones use Apple products like iPhone and Mac PCs or laptops. While most Mac users still think that thier PCs and smartphones are malware and virus proof, there are some serious vulnerabilities like Spectre and Meltdown CPU flaws. The flaws are rather technical bug it is important for […]

Your iPhone Can Be Hacked With A Photo Of Your Thumb

Your fingerprint may not keep your iPhone safe any more. Someone has figured out how to use photos and commercially available software to break through an iPhone 6’s fingerprint sensor, known as Touch ID. Jan Krissler, a German hacker who also goes by the alias Starbug, demonstrated the hack at the annual Chaos Computer Club […]

Nation-backed malware targets diplomats’ iPhones, Androids, and PCs

Researchers have uncovered yet another international espionage campaign that’s so sophisticated and comprehensive that it could only have been developed with the backing of a well resourced country. Inception, as the malware is dubbed in a report published Tuesday by Blue Coat Labs, targets devices running Windows, Android, BlackBerry, and iOS, and uses free accounts […]

Pro tip: Disable Apple Pay from Find My iPhone

If you’ve ever lost your iPhone, then you know the horrors in the hours that pass when you can’t find your beloved device. Fortunately, iCloud-enabled devices can easily be disabled using the Find my iPhone feature of iCloud. But, what if you use Apple Pay? Having your credit and debit cards linked to your lost […]