Unpopular podcasts are manipulating Apple Podcasts to artificially inflate their ranking, and get themselves a coveted place towards the top of the charts.
It’s the same content that Facebook, YouTube, Spotify, and Apple banned. But Twitter isn’t doing anything.
Beware fake iTunes receipts for movies you haven’t purchased. When you try to dispute the purchase, you might find you’re handing online criminals your personal information.
David Bisson reports.
Password cracking a local iTunes backup is now 2,500 faster than with iOS 9, claims Russian firm.
Multiple iOS and Mac App Store developers have reported that when they tried to log into iTunes Connect they are not taken to their own account, but that of a completely random *other* developer.
Did the /Users folder on your Apple Mac disappear into thin air?
It turns out that was just a symptom of a more serious problem, introduced by the iTunes 11.2 update. Find out more and make sure you download an update to the update.
“We created this app to spy on you, PLEASE DOWNLOAD IT!”
Hardly what you would expect to read on the page promoting Viber’s app.
Beware free iTunes gift card spammers on Twitter – and learn how to fight back against them.
Facebook users are being tricked into helping scammers earn money, in the mistaken belief that they will receive a free $25 Apple iTunes Giftcard.
Hackers are selling access to stolen iTunes accounts on Chinese auction site Taobao.
Are you taking enough care with your iTunes and other online accounts?