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Another day, another ho-hum announcement from Apple

The experts have weighed in on the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro and iPhone SE, and the leading technology pundits offer decidedly “meh” opinions.
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FBI enlists mobile forensic firm to crack terrorist’s iPhone 2:21

The latest developments in the Apple vs FBI saga have the FBI asking Israeli forensic firm Cellebrite to hack into the iPhone of one of the San Bernadino shooters.
Mobile

Inconspicuously shield your iPhone 6/6s screen with the Bumprz 2 case 3:03

Designed to protect the iPhone 6 while also preserving it's sleek appearance, the Bumprz 2 technically isn’t a case. It’s essentially a minimalist set of guards for your phone that accomplishes both objectives.
Mobile

Store secret information in the Notes app? Here’s how to password-protect notes in iOS 9.3

Apple's iOS 9.3 is now available for download, and with it comes a number of great new features. One of those is the ability to password-protect individual notes. Here's how to do just that.
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iPhone fire on flight to Hawaii had passengers very worried indeed

Flier Anna Crail had the fright of her life recently when her iPhone suddenly burst into flames on a trip to Hawaii. Fortunately the crew was able to quickly deal with the situation, though Crail said that at one point she thought it was…
Mobile

New AceDeceiver iOS malware could fuel a new generation of iPhone and iPad exploits

Just when you thought your iPhone and iPad were safe from malware, in comes AceDeceiver. This is a new kind of malware that exploits Apple's DRM mechanism using the FairPlay Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) technique on non-jailbroken iOS devices.
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Closing apps with Multitasking on your iPhone is pointless, Apple confirms

If you've been closing apps via Multitasking on your iPhone to save battery, then your actions might be in vain. According to Apple software SVP Craig Federighi, closing apps that way does not, in fact, have an impact on your device's…
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Let us loop you in on what else you can expect from Apple’s next event 2:28

Apple's "Let us loop you in" event is right around the corner. We know to expect a new iPhone, iPad, and something Apple Watch related, but is it possible the "loop" refers to something else? And what could be in store for the…
Apple

FBI: Crucial iCloud settings on San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone are disabled

In its case against Apple, the government argues that an iCloud backup of the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone would've been "impossible" thanks to settings that had been disabled locally.
Mobile

Wikipedia’s new iOS app is easier to use than its website

Wikipedia has released a new version of its iOS app, placing focus on personalization and aiming to offer content to users based on their previous interests. The app also now supports 3D Touch, offering a home screen quick access menu.
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Apple appeals judge’s iPhone unlocking order, FBI error locked the device 2:07

New details shed light on how investigators made a mistake in handling the terrorist’s iPhone 5c. In an attempt to access the device they tried to change its iCloud account password, stopping its iCloud backup.
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Boost for Apple as NY judge rules tech firm doesn’t have to unlock iPhone for FBI

Apple's ongoing battle with the FBI over phone privacy received a boost Monday when a New York judge said the government cannot force the tech firm to access data on a locked iPhone that may provide evidence in a drug-related criminal case.