Software pirates use Apple tech to put hacked apps on iPhones
Major app makers Spotify Technology SA, Rovio Entertainment Oyj and Niantic Inc have begun to fight back.
Apple takes data security seriously, adds two-factor authentication requirement for app makers
The company said that 2FA dramatically improve...
Cabinet to soon consider relaxing local sourcing norms for single brand retailers
But such firms would have to set up brick-and-mortar shops ...
Wistron, Foxconn plan to invest Rs 7,500 cr over five years in India
The company estimated in its proposal that the investment would provide employment to over 10,000 people.
Apple appoints new retail head to ramp up iPhone sales
Deirdre O'Brien will take over as Senior Vice President of Retail and People, reporting to CEO Tim Cook.
Want an iPhone X? Apple offering refurbished devices at $150 discount
The refurbished models will come with the same one-year warranty as a brand new iPhone.
WhatsApp bats for the importance of privacy, adds Touch & Face ID feature to iPhones
Users have the option to select the amount of time before Touch ID or Face ID is prompted.
Apple slapped with lawsuit for making people repeatedly buy new chargers
The suit claims that several iPhone owners started to experience issues with their older devices around November 2016.
UAE used cyber super-weapon to spy on iPhones of foes
The cyber tool allowed the small Gulf country to monitor hundreds of targets beginning in 2016, from the Emir of Qatar and a senior Turkish official to a Nobel Peace laureate human-rights activist in Yemen, according to five former operatives and program documents.
Cook reveals why iPhones are not selling in emerging markets like India
Although Apple CEO Tim Cook skipped mentioning India directly during the company's earnings call with analysts, he stressed that there are several factors why iPhone sales are not picking up in the emerging markets.
No iPhones, delivery of Echo speakers will take a month. Amazon hit hard by new ecomm rules
The policy has also affected in-house brands like Solimo and Amazon Basics. All items in these categories are unavailable and there is no communication from Amazon on when it will be back online.
iPhone FaceTime bug lets callers eavesdrop
A newly discovered FaceTime bug lets people hear and even see those they are reaching out to on iPhones using the video calling software, sparking privacy fears.
All about AR: Apple to launch iPhones with powerful 3D camera in 2020
The company is also planning an enhanced version of its Live Photos feature.
Google apologises for snoopy iOS app that tracked users' iPhone usage
The Screenwise Meter app gave gift cards in exchange for tracking their internet usage data.