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...
Apple users have their messages stored in iCloud, while Android users have always used Google Drive
Riverdale star Lili Reinhart was the target of hackers this week. Cyberpunks claimed that they are sharing a nude photo of the CW star from her iCloud.
The exploded adoption of internet and smartphone has put people surrounded by digital documents almost anytime anywhere. Sensing it an opportunity that could help a provider mint billions of dollars in the future, Google launched relatively affordable cloud storage options as Google Drive in April 2012. After six years of existence, Google has probably realised that
Hacker Who Posted Nudes Of Celebs Like Kirsten Dunst And Jennifer Lawrence Pleads For Shorter Prison Sentence
Between April 2013 and October 2014, George Garofano was busy doing anything he could to hack into people’s iCloud accounts. The hacker sent emails that appeared to be from Apple in order to retrieve people’s username and passwords, known as a phishing scam. This gave Garofano unprecedented access into the lives of many people, including celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, described the Daily Mail.
George Garofano, 26, begged for the shorter sentence and claimed to 'always regret' the part he played in hacking 250 iCloud accounts, posting the celeb's photos on Reddit.
Reinhart did not immediately respond.
One of the men busted in the cyber-hacking scandal that left naked photos of celebs like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton circulating the web is begging a judge for leniency at his upcoming sentencing. George Garofano whines that his life has been ruined since he hacked hundreds of celebrity iCloud accounts and posted the intimate...
Adobe's Lightroom CC for iPhone has a fantastic camera built-in; listen to any audio file in the Castro podcast app by dropping it into an iCloud folder; make a catchy song in your iPad's web browser using Hookpad 2.
The iPhone never has as much storage space as we'd wish it would. iCloud alleviated that slightly by offering a way to access photos, music, and videos without maxing out your hard drive, but it also required an internet connection to open those files. Media junkies on the go (think photographers, editors, DJs, etc.) need a more convenient solution to their iPhone storage issues. That’s where the iKlips II comes in. This iOS-friendly flash drive is available in two colors and a range of capacities. Prices start at just $49 during this limited time deal.
Castro version 3.1 was released this week, and it has several new features for subscribers that are worth checking out.