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Apple Might Have Patched KRACK Vulnerability In Latest Betas

10/16/2017, Recently you might have heard the reports that our WiFi’s WPA-2 might have been hacked which leaves pretty much every device connected on WiFi vulnerable to being attacked. However the good news if you’re an Apple user is that it looks like Apple...

iOS 11.0.3 Released With Additional Fixes For The iPhone And iPad

10/11/2017, It wasn’t too long ago that Apple released the iOS 11.0.2 update for its iPhones and iPads. So far these updates haven’t been major in the sense that they bring about new features, but rather they seem to be about fixing existing bugs and improving...

Tim Cook Thinks Learning To Code Is More Important Than English

10/10/2017, Computer programming has come a long way from back in the day where it was mostly seen as something that only “nerds” would do. These days the importance of learning how to code is being extolled by various leaders around the world, whether it be...

iOS Phishing Attack Masks Itself As Apple-Style Password Request

10/10/2017, These days phishing attacks are getting smarter and more deceiving. In the past it would be quite obvious to tell when you’ve received an email or visit a website that tries to mask itself as another website, like that of your bank. However a quick...

Apple Releases Version Of iTunes That Has An App Store

10/09/2017, Having a one-stop shop for all your needs is a great idea because in theory it sounds extremely convenient. However when you start filling up that shop with too many things, things start to get a bit messy, which was the case with Apple’s iTunes app in...

Benchmarks Show Apple Doesn’t Purposely Slow Down Older iPhones

10/08/2017, Apple definitely wants you to buy their new products, and so far they’ve used new hardware features, design, and software features to try and tempt customers. However there has also been some long-standing speculation that Apple could be using nefarious...

Apple Reportedly Allowed Uber To Record Your iPhone’s Screen

10/06/2017, If you’re hoping for your app to be approved by either Apple or Google, there are quite a few strict guidelines you have to follow to ensure that your app does what it says it does. This is to prevent apps and developers from trying to do sneaky things...

Apple Confirms Hundreds Of New Emojis Coming To iOS 11.1

10/06/2017, If you’re someone who loves chatting using emojis, you might be interested to learn that Apple has announced that with iOS 11.1, the company will be introducing hundreds of new emojis that users can play around with. iOS 11.1 is expected to be the next...

Microsoft Edge For iOS And Android Officially Announced

10/05/2017, We reported yesterday that the Microsoft Edge browser might be launched for iOS and Android later this month. Redmond has officially confirmed this today. Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android has been officially announced today. Microsoft Edge for iOS is...

Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.3.3, Downgrades No Longer Possible

10/05/2017, iOS 11 was released not too long ago and unfortunately for those who were quick to adopt the update, it seems that it wasn’t a particularly good update as there have been quite a few people who have complained about it slowing down their apps and being...

Apple’s Latest Acqui-Hire Could Be Used To Improve On Siri

10/05/2017, With the launch of devices like the HomePod, it is clear that Apple is hoping that more users will turn to the use of Siri, its digital assistant. Apple has made great strides over the years improving on the feature, but we suppose there’s always room...

iOS 11 Adoption Hits 38.5% After Two Weeks Of Its Release

10/03/2017, One of the perks of owning an iOS device is that when Apple releases an update, everyone can get their hands on it more or less right away. This means that iOS users in general tend to be faster at updating their devices which can be proven in the...