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Yet Another iPhone Lockscreen Bypass Bug Found In iOS 6.1.3

Yet Another iPhone Lockscreen Bypass Bug Found In iOS 6.1.3

In the recent past, an iPhone lockscreen bypass bug was discovered which essentially let you access iPhone contacts and data without providing the lockscreen passcode. Apple just rolled out the iOS 6.1.3 update, which included a patch for the flaw. Unfortunately, yet another iPhone lockscreen bug has been found in iOS 6.1.3.

By On March 21, 2013 Respond
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Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch Quits Position, Joins Apple

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch Quits Position, Joins Apple

Adobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch has waved his position at Adobe goodbye and has joined Apple, although it is unclear yet as to what position he is being offered at his new company.

By On March 21, 2013 Respond
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Apple Credits Evad3rs Team For Bugs Fixed In iOS 6.1.3

Apple Credits Evad3rs Team For Bugs Fixed In iOS 6.1.3

Evad3rs recently released the untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 6.x devices, namely evasi0n. Apple was quick to discern the exploits that the team used for the jailbreak and rolled out the iOS 6.1.3 update, which effectively patches these exploits. Interestingly, Apple has credited the jailbreaker team for having found out these exploits.

By On March 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Pushes iOS 6.1.3 With Lock Screen Bug Fix, Maps Update And Security Patches

Apple Pushes iOS 6.1.3 With Lock Screen Bug Fix, Maps Update And Security Patches

A month ago Apple issued iOS 6.1.2 in order to patch an Exchange bug. Yesterday, it has released iOS 6.1.3 with lock screen bug fix, Maps updates for Japan and security patches. This update will be available to all iOS devices over the air.

By On March 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Hand Out $16 Billion In Dividend, Highest In U.S. History

Apple May Hand Out $16 Billion In Dividend, Highest In U.S. History

Apple has a lot of cash and the company may soon use it to satiate its investors. According to multiple analysts, Apple may soon bump up its dividend yields significantly, totaling the annual payout to some $16 billion.

By On March 20, 2013 Respond
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Confirmed: Samsung Is Working On A Smartwatch

Confirmed: Samsung Is Working On A Smartwatch

The smartwatch arena is about to become the next tech race as multiple giants gear up to launch their own smartwatch offerings. Apple is rumored to be working on an iWatch already and now, a Samsung VP has confirmed that the Korean electronics-makers is also working on a smartwatch.

By On March 19, 2013 Respond
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Best Buy Offering 20% Discount On $100 iTunes Gift Card

Best Buy Offering 20% Discount On $100 iTunes Gift Card

Best Buy is offering a 20% discount on iTunes gift card yet again. This time you can buy a $100 gift card for $80 only. With the iTunes gift card you can buy iOS apps, music, movies, iBooks and Mac apps.

By On March 18, 2013 Respond
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Apple Patches Java Exploit That Bypassed The Disabled Plugin

Apple Patches Java Exploit That Bypassed The Disabled Plugin

Java has been taking a lot of heat over the last few months. Critics, government agencies and users alike have cited concerns towards the security of the software and a number of exploits in Java has surfaced recently. Apple has now dished out a patch for one particular Java exploit which lets the software run even when it is disabled.

By On March 17, 2013 Respond
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Class Action Lawsuit Launched Against Apple Over Flawed Retina MacBook Pro Display

Class Action Lawsuit Launched Against Apple Over Flawed Retina MacBook Pro Display

Ever since Apple launched the 15.4-inch Retina MacBook Pro, users have been complaining that the machine’s display suffers from a variety of problems. Most of these users have reported a ghosting problem with the display. And now, one specifically irked customer has launched a class action lawsuit against Apple over this issue.

By On March 16, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Include NFC And Fingerprint Sensor In Next iPhone

Apple May Include NFC And Fingerprint Sensor In Next iPhone

When it comes to iPhone, we keep hearing rumors and speculations, based on certain ‘inside sources’ all year long. This time, a report in China Times has suggested that Apple has plans of including NFC technology as well as fingerprint sensor in the upcoming iPhone 5S.

By On March 13, 2013 Respond
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Images Of Early iOS Device Prototype Surface On The Web

Images Of Early iOS Device Prototype Surface On The Web

Apple was able to sweep the smartphone world off its feet with the iPhone. However, the company pooled a lot of resources and time into building it. Now, images of an early iOS device prototype have reached the web, courtesy an anonymous ex-Apple employee.

By On March 12, 2013 Respond
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No Firefox For iOS Until Apple Changes Policy For Third-Party Rendering Engines

No Firefox For iOS Until Apple Changes Policy For Third-Party Rendering Engines

It is strange to note that in the ongoing war of anti-competition lawsuits, Apple hasn’t been targeted on its strange policy towards third-party browsers for iOS devices. The Mozilla team has cited that until Apple lets it use its own rendering engine, it wouldn’t be releasing any Firefox for iOS.

By On March 10, 2013 Respond
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iPhone’s Battery Has Limited Its Potential, And Things Need To Change

iPhone’s Battery Has Limited Its Potential, And Things Need To Change

Most of the articles about iPhone on the web are usually meant to eulogize the sheer beauty that the handset is. However, there are such rare, few articles which dish out some very constructive criticism which provides food for thought. One such article decides to look into the details of iPhone’s battery and how it is limiting our productivity.

By On March 10, 2013 Respond
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Judge Gives Apple Green Signal For Siri Case Against Samsung

Judge Gives Apple Green Signal For Siri Case Against Samsung

The legal battle between Apple and Samsung continues to rage; this time, it is confined to the court-room of U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh. While Judge Koh recently cut down Apple’s damages in half in a recent ruling, she has given the iPhone-maker the green signal to proceed with yet another case against Samsung – this case involves Apple’s Siri.

By On March 10, 2013 Respond
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Apple Patches Serious App Store Security Flaw

Apple Patches Serious App Store Security Flaw

Nearly six months ago, Apple was notified of a security flaw in the App Store. The flaw was of a fairly serious nature, yet it’s only now that Apple has finally patched it up by turning on encryption. The flaw emanated from the fact that when a user connected to the App Store, the connection was unencrypted.

By On March 9, 2013 Respond
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