Monthly Archives: August 2019

iOS developers, welcome to the Dark Side

By | 31/08/2019

Dark Mode is more and more popular. At night or low light, it’s easier to use our mobile devices and computers in dark user interface. White colors at midnight are too bright for our eyes and many of people may feel uncomfortable. Apple users can enjoy system-wide dark appearance since macOS Mojave and in upcoming iOS 13, which… Read More »

New iPhones and more, what we could expect from September keynote?

By | 30/08/2019

It’s official! Rumors were right and the date of Apple’s iPhone event is set to 10th September. On this event, as in recent years, are presented new iPhones and announced the release date of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. But what else is Apple going to release? There are no official infos, but based on many rumors, this… Read More »

Apple updated macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS

By | 28/08/2019

Recently, Apple released new version of all of its operating systems. Except iOS, it’s just maintenance update. When Apple released iOS 12.4, Apple engineers accidentally unpatched vulnerability already patched in previous iOS 12.3, and when discovered by hackers, it allowed them to create a jailbreak. The security issue also left iOS devices vulnerable to hacking attempts, so Apple… Read More »

Facebook pays to transcribe voice chats

By | 14/08/2019

If something is on the Internet, then it’s online forever. We are using many chat apps and intelligent assistants, like Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant. And while we do so, there is a question: what about our privacy? While Apple is using protection of users’ privacy in its marketing, what about social networks like… Read More »

Hacked by Lightning cable?

By | 13/08/2019

It’s impossible to believe, what can be used to hack your computer by hackers. Forget about tracking people by GPS metadata on photos taken on their iPhones or catching passwords via keyloggers. A security researcher named MG created an evil Lightning cable that can give hackers a way to remotely access your computer. Cable is directly from Apple,… Read More »