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Apple has issued an update to fix FaceTime. However, iOS 12.1.4 is also fixing two relatively severe zero-day vulnerabilities.
The bug that allowed users to eavesdrop on anyone who could be put into a Group FaceTime call is finally patched up in the latest iOS update.
The Group FaceTime bug that allowed for eavesdropping has been fixed by Apple, according to a recent report, and a fix is coming next week.
In the mobile world, some bugs can take forever to squash, if ever at all. But Group FaceTime was just released to high demand. What's wrong here?
Apple has disabled the group FaceTime feature until it manages to fix a bug which allowed users to spy on third parties using a simple exploit.
Finnish company MPH Technologies got Apple sued over patent infringement. iMessage and FaceTime are infringing its patents.
Those of you waiting for the Group FaceTime feature to reach your Apple devices with iOS 12 will have to wait longer as Apple delays the feature.
Animoji can now capture you sticking out your tongue. You can also FaceTime with up to 31 of your closest friends in just a single call.
Notorious patent troll VirnetX has one more reason to celebrate, being awarded more than half a billion dollars by a US jury in its seemingly never-ending dispute with Apple. But the decision will be appealed.
Are Android phone camera experiences really "years behind" the iPhone experience? That's what one former executive Googler said. We dive in on our show.
That FaceTime-related class action lawsuit is getting serious, as Apple fails to win over judge in attempt to relinquish all accusations of wrongdoing.
Rumors have split between the iPhone 8 having a 5.8-inch wraparound OLED screen and an iPhone with a 5-inch form factor. Maybe this is the both of them.
Yet another class action lawsuit alleges intentional Apple damage of FaceTime functionality on iOS 6 a few years back to force iOS 7 updates.
A rumor claims that Apple designers made mock-ups of what iMessage could have looked like on Android. That project may still be dead.
Apple is dealt another temporary blow in its futile efforts to keep patent trolls at bay, technically needing to pay one $300+ million.
Selfie's are a big deal, and Oppo thinks they've got a monster solution. A phone with a 16MP front camera. Here's out Oppo F1 vs iPhone 6S selfie battle!
Cupertino will have to pay about $626 million to Arizona-based VirnetX. It's another stop in a long legal saga between the two companies.
Even though many of us complained harshly at how Apple slept in its laurels with iOS 6 and all its previous variations during more than seven years, you’d be amazed at how many people still prefer it. Surely Apple has boasted how fast people have adopted iOS 7 in recent months, but that doesn’t mean this is what everyone wants. iOS 7 has been met by some polarizing acceptance, and some of us even feel that it’s the sloppiest version of iOS yet, but it seems that if you decided to stay away from it, Apple wants you using it whether you like it or not.
Apple has [...]
Apple's FaceTime may be popular amongst the Apple crowd. But what if you have an Android smartphone? Discover the best alternatives to FaceTime on Android.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we uncover the GS4 Active leaked photographs. Then we talk about AT&T and their new commitment to remove restrictions for video chats over cellular data, but you know there’s always a catch. Then we talk about smaller versions of Windows 8 tablets as the Acer Iconia W3 leaks a product that’s ready for the market. Later we go through Google I/O’s teasers on Key Lime Pie all through the presentations. We end today’s show talking about the first Jolla smartphone running their Sailfish OS and what this means to the [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks of the HTC M7, this time we have a photo. AT&T’s official policies when it comes to FaceTime for iPhone users comes next, though sadly not something everybody will smile about. Then we talk about Samsung and their plans to build a 6.3-inch Galaxy Note II sporting the Exynos 5 Octa processor that we talked about recently. Sony follows the news as we go through their recent Playstation Mobile deals, and who they apply for. We end today’s show talking about the possible leaks of LG building the next [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the official launch of the HTC Droid DNA, which we’ve already reviewed extensively. Then we cover the new reports regarding FaceTime now working on the iPhone 4S on tiered data plans and even the old unlimited data plans. Later it’s Nexus talk as we go through our recent comparison of the Nexus 10 vs the Nexus 7 and even the old Motorola Xoom. We later cover additional rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy S IV and its specs. We end today’s show talking about the ridiculous news of Google fixing some issues that a [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recent Galaxy S III sales results that prove it to defeat the iPhone 4S during last quarter. Then we go through the confirmation that the LTE iPad mini is now ready to ship in the next business days. Verizon has also announced their Windows Phone 8 pre-orders and we give you all the details. Later we do some Angry Birds Star Wars talking, even though you’re most likely already playing it. We end today’s show talking about AT&T’s move to accept FaceTime over cellular data, even though there’s always a [...]