Here's how you'll be able to add a family member to your iCloud storage plan in iOS 11.
Beyonce could potentially see her private photos being leaked by a hacker who claims to have a dozen photographs of the singer’s newborn twins.
The security researcher said the bug could've gained access to an entire account's iCloud Keychain.
Red alert, Beyhive! An alleged hacker is reportedly targeting Beyoncé and threatening to release videos of her twins and more, according to a shocking report.
Learning your way around MacOS can take some time. Here, we show you how to import videos from an iPhone to a Mac using the Photos app, iCloud, and a variety of other popular methods.
Apple will help launch a new data center in the Guizhou province of China to boost iCloud services locally. A new report claims the company has signed a cooperation agreement with the government to invest $1 billion in the facility, which will be maintained by a third-party. Due to national security concerns, Apple has little control
Changes to iCloud Put Apple on Collision Course With Governments Seeking Access to Encrypted Messages
Apple has sent its top privacy executives to Australia twice in the past month to lobby government officials over proposed new laws that would require companies to provide access to encrypted messages.
Apple issued a laundry list of updates on most of its operating systems to resolve what appears to be security soft spots. Cupertino offered few specifics but the list includes macOS, tvOS, iOS, watch OS, Safari and iTunes and iCloud for Windows. Updates are available now for download and the Apple security updates page provides
Apple today released iTunes 12.6.2 and iCloud 6.2.2 for Windows, including a number of security fixes for the apps. Most of the vulnerabilities that were fixed are related to WebKit. Read more...
The new pricing will be effective from August 21, Apple informed customers via email.
Nowadays, we take so many photos that it's hard to sift through them, let alone find an effective way to store them. Well, Google Photos does offer an infinite storage if you allow it to compress your photos, but if you want to keep your originals, you will have to cough up the dough... or rely on local, physical storage. So, with Google Photos and Apple's iCloud being the competing 1st party services, and 3rd party offers like Dropbox, OneDrive, and many others, we thought we'd ask where you store your memorabilia. Here's how that poll went: