The police and law enforcement have a number of ways of getting into Apple’s iPhones, using devices like the GrayKey which can attempt to hack the passcode on your device. Apple has tried to put an end to this with their USB restricted mode. Now the Police and law enforcement are being told not to
Tucked in press releases about the new 2018 iPhones' announcement abroad, was something that is amiss in the US one, namely the revelation that Apple will be selling a clear case for the iPhone XR.
Apple has only recently launched the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, and the company is now gearing up for the debut of iPhone XR, but this doesn’t mean it’s not already working on the next-generation model.
With all the fuss surrounding the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max, it might be easy to forget that there is a third iPhone, the iPhone XR whose pre-orders are expected to go live soon. We know that Apple already makes official accessories such as cases for the iPhones in the form of silicone or leather, but for the iPhone XR, it seems that Apple could be headed down a different path.
Apple are expected to introduce their 2018 iPad Pro tablets later this month, the company will also launch some new Macs. Now it looks like we may have some more details on the new high end iPad, according to a recent report, Apple will ditch the headphone jack on these new tablets. The current version
According to an unconfirmed report published Sunday, Apple recently purchased music analytics startup Asaii in an effort to further refine Apple Music recommendations and better integrate with up-and-coming artists. Citing sources familiar with the ...
Apple Watch Series 4 price in India is set at Rs. 40,900 for the 40mm variant, while its 44mm version will go on sale with a starting price of Rs. 43,900.
Huawei’s Mate 20 flagship seen as crucial to showcase its tech prowess against rivals Samsung and Apple
Huawei Technologies, China's top smartphone brand, is set to unveil its latest mobile handset equipped with artificial intellligence (AI) technology, as the company ramps up competition at the high end with global rivals Samsung Electronics and Apple.
"It would be wrong to weaken security for millions of law-abiding customers in order to investigate the very few who pose a threat," the tech giant said.