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Apple Gets Cored: 90GB of ‘Secure Files’ Stolen by High Schooler — Infosec News Ireland

A high school student in Melbourne, Australia hacked Apple servers multiple times, got his hands on 90GB worth of “secure” files, and stuck the loot in a folder titled “hacky hack hack”. On Thursday, he pleaded guilty in an Australian children’s court. Details are sketchy, but it sounds like the teen – who’s described as […] … Continue reading Apple Gets Cored: 90GB of ‘Secure Files’ Stolen by High Schooler — Infosec News Ireland

How The Hell Did A Teenager Hack Apple’s Secured Servers? — peoples trust toronto

An Australian teenager whose name has been withheld is facing serious charges by authorities over a massive data breach of Apple’s secured network. Apple said on Friday no customer information was compromised after Australian media reported a boy, 16, from the southern city of Melbourne, hacked into the world’s most valuable company from his parent’s … Continue reading How The Hell Did A Teenager Hack Apple’s Secured Servers? — peoples trust toronto

India Regulator Threatens to Ban iPhones from Carrier Networks over Resistance to Anti-Spam App — 9to5Mac

Last weekend, a report suggested that Apple had sold fewer than 1 million iPhones in India so far this year. Now, it appears that iPhone sales numbers are just one of the company’s worries in the country… more… via India regulator threatens to ban iPhones from carrier networks over resistance to anti-spam app — 9to5Mac

New iPhone Leak Confirms Apple’s Significant Decision – Ewan Spence

Apple is set to sacrifice screen quality for margins in this year’s iPhone portfolio. The latest reports from the supply chains and analysts suggest that the Cupertino-based company will choose cheaper LCD screens for the new iPhones expected in September 2018. That’s great news for Apple’s bottom line, but it leaves the iPhone lagging behind … Continue reading New iPhone Leak Confirms Apple’s Significant Decision – Ewan Spence

In the shadow of Apple’s WWDC, the PC industry looks to rediscover its relevance

Computex has always been the Wintel show. Before the age of Android-running, Qualcomm-powered smartphones, the dominant software-hardware combo in the world of personal computing was that of Microsoft’s Windows OS and Intel’s CPUs. But now Microsoft is preparing for a post-Windows future and Intel is scrambling to figure out what else it can do beside […] … Continue reading In the shadow of Apple’s WWDC, the PC industry looks to rediscover its relevance

Here’s How Apple Could Automate Stereo Pairing For a Typical HomePod Setup

In my HomePod Diary piece yesterday, I included what was almost a throwaway comment: One oddity is that you have to assign the left and right channels manually. Given that most people will, I imagine, orientate the speakers so that the volume controls are the right way up, I would have thought a pair of HomePods… … Continue reading Here’s How Apple Could Automate Stereo Pairing For a Typical HomePod Setup

Monzo, The U.K. Challenger Bank, Finally Rolls Out Apple Pay

  Monzo, the U.K. challenger bank, has finally added Apple Pay to its mobile-only current account. The just over three year-old fintech says it has been one of the most requested features for its banking app, with over 2,000 mentions of Apple Pay on Monzo’s forum, whilst its customer support team have been asked about … Continue reading Monzo, The U.K. Challenger Bank, Finally Rolls Out Apple Pay

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