Apple's iCloud could get Face ID and Touch ID support with iOS 13
How To Enable Two-Step Verification For Apple ID / iTunes / iCloud
It may have taken the Cupertino based company a while to get there, but Apple has officially rolled out two-step verification for those users who have an active Apple ID (iTunes, App Store, iCloud etc). The initiative is essentially a process that makes it a lot more difficult for those with scrupulous morals to get access to someone else's Apple ID by implementing an additional security element. Those who are keen to implement an additional security layer will find that making purchases or…
How to log into iCloud on your iPhone with an Apple ID, to access and manage your iCloud account
You can log into iCloud on an iPhone to access shared files, data, and services across your Apple devices. Here's how to do it.
Apple should add a Secure iCloud Drive folder with Face ID and Touch ID support
A secure iCloud Drive folder would allow users to store sensitive material in iCloud and access it with TouchID and FaceID.
How to Disable Apple iCloud
According to industry experts, Apple is 10 years behind in security. Apple.com currently asks “What will your verse be?” on the home page in the wake of a huge security breach. The rise…
10 things to know about SMS scams
With the increase of interconnectedness between apps and smartphones comes the aggressive proliferation of malware meant to exploit mobile messaging users, cyber security experts said.
Apple iCloud App Now Available On Windows 10
Great news for inter-operability. Apple has brought their new iCloud app to the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 devices. Even better, the app is designed such that it's deeply integrated with Windows 10, even allowing you to access iCloud files...
How to share Apple iCloud storage with Family Share
Users with a 200GB or 2TB iCloud plan can share with up to five family members.
Apple's iCloud for Windows 10 hits Microsoft Store
The offering introduces a new iCloud Drive experience for Windows 10 users powered by the Windows technology.iCloud Drive allows quick file exchanges on iPhone's iOS
How to protect your Apple iCloud account
Worried about hackers destroying your iCloud music, pictures, and documents? Here are three things you should do right now.
Lessons Learned from Apple iCloud Hack
Wired writer Mat Honan reported someone had used "clever social engineering" on Apple's iCloud support team and gained control over his email and Twitter accounts. The attacker also remotely wiped his iPhone, iPad, and the MacBook Air. Here are some things to keep in mind to minimize damage if a similar incident ever happens to you.
How to spot and avoid SMS scams
2013 has been touted by Gartner as the year when mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide. When you think about it, it's logical, because not all people can afford a computer, but most can a old-school mobile phone or a smartphone. This shift has not passed unnoticed by scammers,
How to delete your old Apple iCloud backups and free up space
Deleting multiple backups can help conserve valuable storage space in Apple's iCloud. Here's how to free up space in iCloud to ensure that your iPhone and iPad backups are up-to-date in case the worst happens.
Apple’s iCloud app for Windows 10 hits Microsoft Store
With the iCloud for Windows app and iCloud Drive on Windows 10 computers, users would be able to access their iCloud Drive files from the ‘File Explorer’ itself, without having to use up space on the PC.
Here’s How To Delete Old Apple iCloud Backups And Free Up More Space
iCloud is Apple’s cloud-based, content storage system for their Mac and iOS product lines. Apple provides 5GB of free storage with every iCloud account.
I feel less comfortable sharing my photos to Facebook these days — here's why I use Apple's...
Apple offers a more elegant and private solution to sharing photos with friends and family, and I don't have to worry about how my photos are used.
How Will Apple Restore ICloud Trust?
After being on the receiving end of a truly awful hacking attack, Wired writer Mat Honan explained how it happened in detail. He was very clear in identifying two of the parties responsible for leaving major loopholes that let hackers into his digital life: Amazon’s and Apple’s security policies, in tandem, were used against him. Not surprisingly, both Amazon and Apple have quickly and quietly moved to close those loopholes. Amazon no longer lets users change or update account info over the phon