Apple launches new iPad Pro and MacBook on October 30
On October 30, Apple will present new hardware. The event is likely to unveil the products that we had previously expected at the iPhone maker's September event. A new Mac and a new iPad Pro will most likely appear during the event.
The event will be unveiled at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New ... Read more
Apple apologizes for Chinese account hacks
Apple apologizes to Chinese users from whom money has been stolen by hackers who misused their Apple IDs. The company acknowledges the problems, but stresses that only a small number of users have been affected.
Earlier this month, Alipay and Tencent Holdings warned that money had been stolen from ... Read more
MacBooks will run on Apple ARM chips in 2 or 3 years’ time.
Within a year or two, maybe three, Apple's MacBooks run on ARM processors. The Apple-based analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expressed this expectation in a new report. Switching to your own chips has a number of advantages for Apple.
According to the AppleInsider site, Kuo, who is generally known as a reliable ... Read more
Homeland Security denies Bloomberg story about Chinese espionage chips
Earlier this week, press agency Bloomberg stated that China had secretly placed small chips on Supermicro's motherboards. This would spy on various American tech companies, including Amazon and Apple. The companies denied the news and now the American secret service, Homeland Security, is putting it... Read more
“China placed spy chips in servers Amazon, Apple and other companies.
Amazon and Apple are said to be targets of Chinese espionage. It is said that chips have been placed on the motherboard of certain servers in the data centres of the companies. The claims are denied by the companies, as well as by the manufacturer of the motherboards, Supermicro Computer.
The story ... Read more
FBI forces suspicious iPhone to unlock with face recognition
Apple may make it extremely complicated for police and other security services to break into iPhones - it's not impossible. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has unlocked an iPhone X for the first time with a somewhat unconventional method.
For the first time, the FBI has forced a criminal su... Read more
Users report connection and charging issues with iPhone XS and XS Max
The iPhone XS and XS Max are the new top devices from Apple. But in some cases they are already affected by problems. It turns out that the devices do not always charge well and quickly and there are other problems.
The problem does not affect all devices. It seems, as business magazine Forbes write... Read more
Hackers can brutally force Apple’s MDM to add rogue devices
Security researchers have found that the Apple interface used to place iPhones and iPads in a Mobile Device Management (MDM) system can be misused to add malicious devices. That's what Ars Technica reports.
MDM systems are often used by organizations to manage and limit the security of employee devi... Read more
Qualcomm accuses Apple of stealing secrets to help Intel
Qualcomm has accused Apple of stealing secrets about its chips. According to the accusation, Apple would have given those secrets to competitor Intel. Intel makes chips for Apple. Qualcomm would have missed billions of dollars because of the theft, reports Reuters.
The accusations are contained in a... Read more
macOS Mojave available today, but with vulnerability
Today, Apple released the public release of macOS 10.14 Mojave. However, contrary to what we are used to from the company, there is a major safety flaw. As a result, people who update their system are now vulnerable to hacks.
That puts security guard Patrick Wardle against Bleeping Computer. The vul... Read more