Much to the dismay of the FBI officials, San Bernardino shooter's iPhone brought nothing of relevance for the case. Also, despite the aid and assistance of the speculated professional hackers, it was not able to bring in much help for the case.
Apple has been known for its considerable iOS operating system. However looking at the iPhone, users are unlikely to use all the given apps pre-installed on a device. Which Apple may soon add a new key to iTunes metadata that will allow users to hide those pesky apps that has been on display for so long and been less used.
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs may have passed on but his legacy remains. However, it stands out that Steve Jobs did not experience all the good things in his career because the man that made Apple great and unparalleled has also been noted to receive a pink slip.
With its success in hacking the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, the Federal Bureau of Investigations is trying its newfound skills in unlocking more iPhone models. However, it could take the agency many more months to decide the best thing to do with their newly discovered hacking ability.
Even if there’s a lot of excitement going on in Apple, Inc. right now, the Cupertino, CA-based tech giant would like to heat up the moment still by appointing Cookie Monster of Sesame Street as its spokesman.
Apple is showing serious effort in the publishing business, where on Tuesday the company introduced Apple News Format for all publishers which will attract writers and editors alike to the service, and allow advertisers to input their own articles to appear for people to open up and find.
On Thursday, the U.S Justice Department declared Apple a falsely rhetoric over the fight of the government’s request to infiltrate the unlocked iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters of San Bernardino.
A US magistrate judge in New York has ruled that police overstepped the law when they called on Apple to unlock the iPhone of a suspected crystal meth dealer Jun Feng, whose case is ongoing, though Feng has pleaded guilty.
A user can’t be so sure if their iPhone is tightly secure, Vkansee a Chinese mobile security company displayed a way to bypass security of an Apple iPhone using imprint sensory of a thump called Play-Doh.