Security researchers from Pangu Lab, a well-known company that provides iOS jailbreaks, said on Monday that they have found a vulnerability that they believe affects around 10% of all iOS apps.
Reports are coming in from app developers that Apple has started cracking down on applications that share location data with third-party services. The crackdown comes after Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines to include sharing location data with third-parties as a punishable offense.
Last Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook reported that the company brought in close to $150 billion in revenue and $34 billion in earnings for the first half of the fiscal year. The iPhone played prominently in Apple's revenue as the company drew approximately two-thirds of its revenue from the iPhone portfolio.
Former NSA hacker and current macOS security expert Patrick Wardle has released this week an app named Do Not Disturb that can be used to detect "evil maid" attacks —a term used to describe unknown persons that leverage physical access to hack and steal data from a device.
Apple has released earlier today a quick batch of updates meant to fix security-related bugs in macOS, iOS, and the Safari browser.
Symantec researchers have found a loophole in how iPhone users pair devices with Mac workstations and laptops. They say attackers can exploit this flaw —which they named Trustjacking— to take over devices without the phone owner's knowledge.
Through the use of clean energy projects around the world, Apple is now globally powered by 100% renewable energy. This includes all their retail stores, offices, data centers, and co-located facilities in 43 countries, which includes the United States, the United Kingdom, China and India.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, the latest macOS version released on March 29, breaks support for many externally-connected displays, according to users of four popular app & driver providers.
Apple is reportedly planning on ditching Intel and instead use their own chips in Mac computers beginning in 2020. This new initiative is called "Kalamata" and its goal is to make all Apple devices, including mobile and PCs, use the same chips for greater compatibility according to a new report by Bloomberg.
As part of today's mega iOS 11.3 update, Apple has finally unveiled their promised Battery Health tool. Using the Battery Health tool, owners of iPhone 6 and later can check whether their battery is performing optimally, if the speed of the phone has been decreased due to the battery, and if it needs to be replaced.
Today Apple has released security updates for iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Xcode. Many of the resolved vulnerabilities allow for privilege escalation, remote code execution, and information disclosure. Due to the nature of these vulnerabilities, it is strongly advised that all users update their devices as soon as possible.
Scammers and malware authors can abuse the QR code reading function added the default camera app of iOS 11, and they can use this bug to redirect users to malicious URLs.
macOS High Sierra users are once again impacted by a major APFS bug after two other major vulnerabilities affected Apple's new filesystem format in the last five months.
Today at an education event in Chicago, Apple unveiled a new 9.7" iPad that can be purchased now for $329 USD. This new iPad also includes a higher-resolution touch sensor, which adds compatibility for the Apple Pencil. This makes it ideal for an education setting where students can write on it to perform assignments.
This Tuesday at an education event in Chicago, Bloomberg is reporting that Apple will be unveiling a "low-cost iPad" aimed towards schools and educators.
A group called the "Dark-Liberty Team" have rereleased the iOS iBoot source code on a TOR site titled "iBoot Source Code Leak - Reloaded". This source code was previously released on GitHub, but Apple's legal team quickly had it removed via a DMCA takedown request.
Coldroot, a remote access trojan (RAT), is still undetectable by most antivirus engines, despite being uploaded and freely available on GitHub for almost two years.
Apple delivered on a promise made last week to publish updates for a bug that crashed Mac and iOS applications that included the " జ్ఞా " Indian Telugu character.