Apple has released a new round of security updates for iOS 12 and iCloud that resolve numerous vulnerabilities. For iOS, these updates resolve two passcode bypasses and for iCloud there are numerous, including critical, vulnerabilities that were fixed.
Apple announced today that it will hand over the operation of iCloud services for Chinese users to a local Chinese company as part of the company's efforts to comply with Chinese law.
Apple just released iOS 11.1 & macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, which includes a variety of fixes, over 70 new emojis, and numerous security updates. Also released today are new updates for tvOS, watchOS, Safari, iTunes, and iCloud.
Apple appears to have been keeping deleted browser history in users' iCloud accounts, for as long as a year, according to Vladimir Katalov, CEO of ElcomSoft, a company that makes forensics and data recovery tools for Apple products.
Following the public disclosure of a security flaw in the iCloud Activation Lock web page that allowed phone thieves to reactivate devices to other Apple user accounts, the company has decided to shut down the page for the time being.
Today Apple released updates for macOS, iOS, Safari, tvOS, iCloud, and watchOS to fix a variety of security holes as well as to introduce new features. With these releases, Apple fixed 56 vulnerabilities, with many of these vulnerabilities being shared over multiple platforms.
Today Apple released the macOS Sierra 10.12.2, iTunes 12.5.4, Safari 10.0.2, and iCloud for Windows 6.1 updates that include fixes for numerous vulnerabilities. Many of these vulnerabilities are shared throughout multiple Apple products.