A new tool lets you officially break up with the service.
China appears to be i-spying on its iPhone users.
“It’s a sex crime.”
If you can actually download it, that is.
Going negative on a partner.
Horse is gone; barn door now closing.
More sensitive data to steal.
The site may be taking evasive action
Security isn’t easy; Apple made it even harder.
How to safeguard your iPhone photos.
Some helpful tips.
Hackers committed a crime; punish them.
Your iCloud storage is apparently on Amazon.
In other words, it needs to catch up with Apple and Google and stick it to Dropbox in the process.
Apple is the king of devices in a world that’s gone fully to the cloud. The contrast with Android couldn’t be clearer.
Giving customers features they want—even if they’re copied from Android—is a welcome development.
The company takes a big step toward fixing its broken iCloud service by making it more transparent to users.
In an increasingly cloud- and developer-centric world, Apple’s iCloud is practically invisible. Apple likes it that way, but it’s a mistake.
From a new version of iOS to smart home technologies to the Beats acquisition, there’s going to be a lot going on.