Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Apple Made Its Phones Impossible For Police to Hack – Employees at GreyKey, an app law enforcement agencies use to access iPhones without the owners’ permission, have said that the latest version of iOS blocks their app from accessing data

Post has attachment
The operative word is "some" here but still not a good look, #Apple. Hopefully they don't lock things down even more because they certainly could if they wanted. It also keeps Linux from being bootable on the machines as well.

Post has attachment
We get why #Apple wants to cut back on bogus, counterfeit products or less than reputable repair/refurbs shops but this seems excessive...

Post has attachment
Millions of people were watching Apple's launch this week.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
What are you looking forward to seeing?
#apple #iPadPro#MacBookAir #MacMini

Post has attachment
In the midst of some of the worst data security nightmares and hacks in history, the Australian Parliament looks to weaken encryption? Ridiculous! Encryption is one of the best ways to prevent these attacks and protect the data of your citizens. Australian Parliament is reviewing this proposed law to help law enforcement.

“It would be wrong to weaken security for millions of law-abiding customers in order to investigate the very few who pose a threat” - Apple.

Post has attachment
#Apple tells Australian officials to get over themselves. No back doors allowed... #Privacy #Security

Post has attachment
This is actually pretty fascinating stuff and yes, it only affected #Apple products. Wild and you'll never guess why #iPhones and iPads etc, were only affected, not Android, Windows or other devices.
Wait while more posts are being loaded