Do you think Apple is right to leave iOS 7 users in the lurch, or should they do more to support those who bought the iPhone 4 and earlier devices?
Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.
Good news for everyone who owns an iPhone. Thieves are stealing less iPhones, because of the Activation Lock feature that makes them harder to sell on.
Read more in my article for the Intego Mac Security blog.
Every day new Android malware, adware and dodgy apps are found, some of it even managing to infiltrate the poorly-policed official Google Play store.
How and why is Apple doing better with iOS? Tim Cook, the company’s CEO, has an opinion.
Read my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.
The next version of Apple’s iPhone operating system, iOS 7.03, could be just around the corner – and hopefully it will properly fix some of the security and privacy bugs that have embarrassed the company since the launch of iOS 7.0 last month.
What happens on iOS 7 if you ask Siri, “What is today going to be like?”
New York Police are urging iPhone users to upgrade their devices to iOS 7.
The reason? To deter phone thieves.
It looks like whoever was writing Apple’s colossal terms and conditions document had a minor breakdown when they realised no-one was ever likely to read their words. But what can we learn from this?
You may think your iPhone is locked – but anyone can make a call from it if they wish… and it’s at your expense, of course.
Once again, Apple’s lock screen security is found to be lacking.
Apple has released an update to its iOS 7 smartphone operating system, fixing a bug in its fingerprint scanner.
Android Device Manager is a step in the right direction, but doesn’t go far enough to deter phone thieves.
The latest beta version of the upcoming new iOS operating system for the iPhone and iPad has a rather creepy feature hidden away in its settings.
But for whose benefit?
If you have an iPhone or iPad, take care about where you charge it. Because you could be allowing hackers to install malware onto your treasured Apple device.
It isn’t sensible to share sexy photos via apps like Snapchat, and it won’t ever be. But no-one expected Apple to make it even less safe to use Snapchat.