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Is Apple really planning to refresh the MacBook Air, and if so, what changes are on the cards?
The schoolboy reportedly told police investigators that he had “dreamed of” working for Apple.
A teenager in Australia was able to hack Apple’s servers for about a year, stealing over 90GB of data (and, amazingly, storing it in a folder called "hacky hack hack") from a company that is constantly reminding the world its products deliver privacy and security for user data. Details about the hack were published earlier this week in Australia, but probably only because the kid pleaded guilty and he’s awaiting sentencing as we speak. Actual details about the hack were not revealed, but Apple says that personal user data was not compromised during the breach.
Apple could introduce three new iPhones, an entry-level MacBook, and reveal the release schedule for its long-awaited AirPower wireless charger at its September media event. A new report sheds some new (possible) details about Apple’s fall launch lineup, including some more information about its future iPads. According to Digitimes, Apple’s entry-level MacBook series, boasting Intel’s
A fan allegedly downloaded 90GB of secure files and accessed customer accounts.
This serves a purpose: it makes Lowe a relatively safe go-to stop on an artist’s promotional campaign, a handy trait when your radio station is part of a modern music store. Nicki Minaj, then gearing ...
In early 2018, Apple finally started syncing messages between iOS and Mac computers using iCloud. It was a feature that users had wanted for years. However, the rollout of the new feature has left a lot of people in the dark. Which messages are synced to iCloud? How much space are they using? Can you take control over which messages are synced and which aren’t? Sadly, there’s no easy way to see which iOS messages have synced to iCloud. For some reason, Apple doesn’t offer an easy-to-spot tag or something similar. However, there are a few ways to control which...
A private schoolboy in Australia has admitted hacking into the computer network of tech giant Apple, downloading internal files and customer account details – but only because he was such a huge fan of the company. Read Full Article at RT.com
Don’t be jealous of the 10Gbps Ethernet port in the iMac Pro. OWC introduced an adapter for your MacBook’s Thunderbolt 3 port to connect to networks at the same massive speeds. Just be warned, the OWC Thunderbolt 3 10G Ethernet Adapter isn’t an accessory for the casual user. It’ll set you back $187.99. Apple stopped
In this day and age, when all of our sensitive data is uploaded to a cloud server somewhere, security is extremely important. Major tech companies often beat their chests, touting superior systems that ensure user privacy. Apple is at the forefront, always choosing to protect customer data, even when pressured by the government to do otherwise. But you know — whatever can be reached over the 'Net will sooner or later get hacked. In today's news, we have an Australian teenager — a 16-year-old prodigy — who found a way to hack into Apple's systems not once, but multiple times over a year. ...