All he had to do was use the phone.
The iPhone that Moroccan journalist Omar Radi used to contact his sources also allowed his government to spy on him and at least two other journalists, according to new research from Amnesty International.
It must have finally invented them
The Tame Apple Press has got all excited about the fact that Apple has finally introduced customisable home screens, widgets, and picture in picture with iOS 14. The same features Android has supported for years but no one made a big song and dance about.
Hey Siri I am being pulled over by a cop with his name badge taped over
An iPhone user created a shortcut that prompts an iPhone to begin recording police interactions by the user simply uttering the phrase: "Hey Siri, I'm getting pulled over."
No port in a storm
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn in which Apple gets rid of all ports on its iPhone cash cow and goes completely wireless.
SE shows flaws in Apple's pricing
The Tame Apple Press has got itself into trouble by looking at the spec of the Apple iPhoneSE and the iPhone 11.
Thinks people will actually want it in four weeks
Apple is delaying the production ramp up of its 2020 flagship smartphones by about a month in the belief that consumer demand might have picked up by then.
Just send a blank email
A security outfit has discovered Apple’s software has been completely insecure for years.
It is so out of date it is practically steam driven
Fruity cargo-cult Apple’s bid to interest the Chinese with a “cheap” version is getting much mock in Bejing.
Tame Apple Press claims it is a good reason to upgrade
Apple’s iPhone has bug which leaks gigabytes of data to the internet, it is not going to fix it and it will break most Apple fanboy’s phone bills.
Ten years ago, David Wang installed Android on the first-generation iPhone. Now Wang and his colleagues at cybersecurity startup Corellium are doing it again with the ostentatiously titled Project Sandcastle.