With iPhone battery replacement program, Apple may give rebates to those who paid full price
That’s according to a Senate committee chairman. That committee has released a letter from Apple that answers some of its questions about the program.
Bring Your Own iPhone to Xfinity Mobile now, more phones soon
Comcast’s cellular service is now ready to accept your old iPhone from another carrier, as long as it is not from one certain carrier.
Associated Press, Gannett, Vice sue FBI for San Bernardino iPhone hack details
Who created it? What intentions do they have in mind? Was it a proper use of government funds? It’s one of the iPhone 5c encryption issues that won’t die.
watchOS 3, iOS 10 released, but take your time with it
It’s September 13 and that means Apple has released iOS 10 out to the public. We suggest you sit it out and wait for the servers to clear out.
T-Mobile iPhone trade-in promo can get you the latest for only $100
If you have an old iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you’re at best advantage to trade up to the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus. iPhone 5 owners have options, too.
iOS 10 overtime: uninstalling default apps, device compatibility
Find out which iPhones, iPads and iPod touches you will be able to get iOS 10 on and then see which apps you can delete to save more space on your device.
LAPD cracked open an iPhone 5s before the FBI made San Bernardino hack
The department was investigating “The Shield” actor Michael Jace, alleged to have murdered his wife, and was able to get into a locked iPhone 5s.
FBI paid less than previously reported for iPhone hack (but still probably way, waaaay too much)
Despite last week’s description of the FBI iPhone 5c hack having cost north of $1M, the agency is now backtracking from that figure.
No need to care about iPhone security leaves us scared about iPhone security
Even if you don’t care about your iPhone’s security, you should care about how Apple addresses this issue. Has it been adequate?
FBI reportedly finds nothing of ‘real significance’ on decrypted iPhone 5c
Law enforcement hits another roadblock in an attempt to connect San Bernardino terrorists with other attacks, as hacked iPhone 5c contains no relevant data.
New report claims gray hat hackers, not Cellebrite, helped crack San Bernardino iPhone
It’s likely the FBI got “gray hat” hackers to decrypt the security on the San Bernardino iPhone 5c instead of the previously rumored mobile forensic firm.
FBI’s “outside party” suspected to be cracking iPhone 6
The suspected “outside party” that helped crack the San Bernardino iPhone for the FBI is now working on a deceased child’s iPhone 6 for a grieving father.
Apple can rest easy: FBI hack won’t work on modern iPhones
New details on the FBI iPhone hack vulnerability arrive: attack won’t work on Apple’s more recent smartphones.
FBI iPhone hack update: not saying if it found anything, while senators learn attack details
Get caught up with the latest FBI iPhone hack update news, including what our chances look like of ever learning if there was valuable intel to be found.
Apple to publicize fix to FBI decryption method that is likely to leak
“Flaws of this nature have a pretty short life cycle. Most of these things do come to light,” said one Apple engineer.
Apple still doesn’t know how the FBI cracked its iPhone 5c, and it may never find out
The tables have turned in the Apple vs FBI encryption conflict, as law enforcement ponders whether to disclose its iPhone 5c hack method.
Apple issues surprisingly vague statement in reaction to the FBI’s iPhone 5c hack
Apple “forgot” to mention in a recent press release if it’s aware of the method used by the FBI to decrypt the iPhone 5c used in the San Bernardino attack.
Justice Department lets Apple off the hook: feds unlock iPhone without Apple’s help
The multi-week saga of the FBI iPhone-unlock case has drawn to a close, with the government confirming that it’s successfully accessed the device – without Apple.
Who’s helping the FBI access that locked iPhone – without Apple’s assistance?
The identity of the forensic software firm helping with the FBI iPhone hack has reportedly been uncovered.
Justice Department may go its own in decrypting San Bernardino iPhone
If the FBI is successful in its attempts with a decryption technique that will open up a suspected mass shooter’s iPhone, there might not even be a case.
Apple encryption engineers have options if FBI order passes muster
If they’re forced to assist the FBI in decrypting an iPhone, they may either exploit work absences or quit their jobs.
Donald Trump drops Apple boycott, John Oliver perfectly summarizes encryption controversy
Although Apple hasn’t cracked under FBI and DOJ’s pressure, Donald Trump is back to tweeting from his iPhone. Meanwhile, John Oliver has something to say.
Snowden joins group calling FBI’s bluff: Apple assistance unnecessary to crack iPhone
FBI iPhone cracking is technically possible even without Apple’s help, warn industry experts.
San Bernardino Police Chief now calls for iPhone unlocking to eliminate third shooter theory
An ongoing investigation of the San Bernardino terror attack hasn’t been able to rule out a third shooter, but an encrypted iPhone could help clear that up.
San Bernardino DA gets desperate, claims shooter’s iPhone may contain ‘cyber pathogen’
To mislead the courts into forcing Apple’s hand to decrypt an iPhone 5c, the San Bernardino DA wildly alleges the device could hold a “cyber pathogen”.