What a surprise
The software genii at Apple, who struggled to write software which could tell the time, have produced another howler.
Cellebrite offers service to US coppers
Apple’s so called secure iPhones can be turned over by US coppers using a service promoted by an Israeli security contractor.
Finally getting Windows
Fruity cargo cult Apple is hoping to turn its iPad toy into a more useful tool by copying Microsoft Windows.
Spotted in 45 countries
Security researchers have found evidence that a piece of malware peddled as "lawful intercept" software to government agencies has been deployed against victims located in 45 countries.
Cheesed off with the company's heavy handed antics
Fed up with the way that Apple treats developers, a group of iOS developers have marked the tenth anniversary of the Apple app store by forming a trade union.
Feature blocks the phone if not used for seven days
The iOS 11.4 update, currently being beta tested, includes a USB Restricted Mode that introduces a week-long expiration date on access to the Lightning port on your iOS devices if your phone hasn't been unlocked, which has implications for law enforcement tools like the GrayKey box.
I find your lack of faith disturbing
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has retreated on a change in its iOS operating system which effectively bricked third-party screen repairs to make it appear as if they were less effective than those of its overpriced in-house repairs.
Probably one of the best FPS mobile games around
Madfinger Games has officially released Shadowgun Legends on Android, iOS, Apple TV and Nvidia Shield TV.
Wants to tackle quality and security issues
Fruity cargo cult Apple will delay the release of its iOS software this year in a bid to sort some of its comedy programming issues.