• Tim Cook says iOS will not merge with Mac OS

    3 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    At the end of last year, Bloomberg disseminated a story saying that Apple would combine iOS and Mac OS so that developers can create one version of an app that would work on an iPhone, iPad and a Mac. The app would be able to run on a touchscreen device or on a computer using a mouse and keyboard. This was supposed to be available to Apple customers some time early this year. Of course, as you no doubt figured out, Apple never implemented this strategy.
    Apple CEO Tim Cook explained the reasons why Apple keeps iOS and Mac OS separate in an interview published in Thursday's Sydney Morning ...
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  • The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and iPhone hackers will never end

    The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and iPhone hackers will never end

    3 monthes ago - By BGR

    For a few weeks now, we've seen a bunch of reports detailing an expensive iPhone hacking machine that can crack any iPhone, including the latest models. A flaw in iOS allows this machine to guess the password of any iPhone, and thus crack the phone's encryption. The GrayKey machines sell for $15,000 or $30,000, and they get the job done. Apparently, various law enforcement agencies have ordered these devices, including police in various US states and the State Department. The FBI, DEA, and Secret Service are also looking to acquire iPhone-cracking devices.
    Apple hasn't yet fixed the flaw...
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