Apple's Family Sharing feature allows you to share music, movies, apps, photos, and more with family members, and in iOS 11, Family Sharing extends to Apple's iCloud Storage plans.
iOS 11 includes a new "Automatic Setup" feature, which is aimed at making it quicker to get a new device ready to use right out of the box. Automatic Setup streamlines the setup process for new iPhones and iPads, transferring over preferences, Apple ID and Wi-Fi info, preferred settings, and iCloud Keychain passwords.
According to MacRumors, it would appear that hackers have started remotely locking Mac and iPhone devices using iCloud's "Find My iPhone" feature, demanding ransom payments.
Hackers using stolen iCloud credentials have been able to use Apple’ Find My Device features to remotely lock down computers and demand Bitcoin ransoms from affected users. However, that doesn’t mean Apple’s iCloud was hacked. Instead, hackers are likely trying their luck with some of the many available username and password combinations that resulted from recently publicized hacks.
If you have multiple devices (iPhone, iPad, Macbook) that are all logged into your iCloud account, you’ve likely had this happen: one minute, you’re calm. The next, you receive an incoming call and every device you own is suddenly beeping and blaring. Up until now, I’ve avoided this by simply turning iMessages off for my iPad and Macbook. But there’s a better way now with iOS 11 on iPhone. Here’s how to make all of your devices stop ringing when you get a call with iOS 11 on iPhone.
Apple users: If you haven't made your iCloud password strong and unique, today might be a great day to do so.Credit: LaptopMagWe're seeing reports of online ne'er-do-wells taking advantage of a long-...
Apple allows users to access their Find My iPhone feature without requiring two-factor authentication. Affected users who have had their iCloud accounts hacked are receiving messages demanding money for the passcode to unlock a locked Mac device.
Apple is already rolling out the iOS 11 software update to iPhone and iPad devices, but notably absent from the new operating system is the Messages in iCloud feature, which the Cupertino giant introduced at the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference back in June. The feature was present when beta testing was still ongoing, but Apple decided to remove it from the beta process without saying anything.
Security is one of the most important aspects to our devices, as well as our cloud storage accounts, and unfortunately some Mac owners are running into nefarious individuals trying to hold their computers, and accounts, for ransom.
Over the last day or two, several Mac users appear to have been locked out of their machines after hackers signed into their iCloud accounts and initiated a remote lock using Find My iPhone.
Want to back up your iPhone images/videos and files without Apple iCloud/iTunes account, here is a quick way to do it! Apple has finally announced its new iPhones. As always, many people will upgrade their old iPhone to new iPhone 8 or iPhone X, or buy an iPhone 7 at a favorable price. Some Android users