8,000 iOS and Android apps contain code developed in Russia
A Russian data company pretending to be an American one developed code for the United States Army, as well as for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
So much for paying Apple protection money
While users pay Apple a fortune for protection money to stop app store apps tracking them, independent research shows they still do -- including Apple's own apps.
Buy now and we will add features later
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has come up with a wizard scheme which will sell iPhones without having to provide any new features.
Comes with more holes than swiss cheese
The Tame Apple Press is scratching its head to come up with a reason why its favourite software maker’s latest operating system iOS is so borked that the company has had to release an update a couple of months before it is going to unveil iOS 16.
Good luck with that
A group of software developers launching a group called Open Web Advocacy "to help online apps compete with native apps and to encourage or compel Apple to relax its iOS browser restrictions.
We can’t call them bug fixes because Apple is not saying what they are
Apple released several new operating system updates to the public: iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, macOS Monterey 12.2, watchOS 8.4, tvOS 15.3, and HomePod Software 15.3 but while we know that they are bug fixes and security updates, Jobs’ Mob is only giving vague details.
If only there was a phone with good security
The Tame Apple Press is reeling after a security firm announced it was possible to block and simulate an iOS restart operation.
Google engineer moans
Apple wants all the browsers on iOS to run WebKit, however, Alex Russel, Google's engineer says the software is not up to snuff.
Yeah, about that
Apple’s security is so pants, a software exploit broker has stopped offering bounties on jailbreaking the software because there are too many out there.