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Apple fixes another three iOS zero-days exploited in the wild

Apple has released today security updates for iOS to patch three zero-day vulnerabilities that were exploited in the wild. All three zero-days were reported to Apple by an anonymous researcher and patches are available as part of iOS 14.4. The first zero-day impacts the iOS operating system kernel (CVE-2021-1782), and the other ...

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Best MagSafe accessories for iPhone 12

Prior to the iPhone 12 announcement, Apple’s MagSafe technology was reserved for older MacBook computers. However, the entire iPhone 12 lineup brought the rebirth of MagSafe, not only as a means to charge the mobile devices, but as an accessory platform that opens the doors for many different use cases. ...

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iOS 14 pro tip: One setting change for better photos

Having a new kitten about means that I’m taking a lot more photos. But trying to get a good photo of something that continually moves and squirms (even when sleeping) is tricky. And it was made all the harder because Apple hid a handy Camera app feature. Must read: Ninja ...

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Zero-click iOS zero-day found deployed against Al Jazeera employees

Image: Omar Al-Ghossen At least 36 Al Jazeera journalists, producers, anchors, and executives, along with a journalist at London-based Al Araby TV, had their iPhones hacked using a no-user-interaction zero-day vulnerability in the iOS iMessage app, an academic research group said today. Citizen Lab, a cybersecurity and human rights abuse ...

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Best iPad in 2021: Which iPad model should you buy?

Apple’s iPad lineup is arguably something that’s unmatched by any other platform or device maker. From the iPad Mini to the iPad Air or iPad Pro, the tablets all consistently turn out top performance and have 10 hours of battery life, clear and crisp displays, and access to thousands of apps ...

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iOS 14.3: Give your iPhone a privacy audit

If you carry around a smartphone, then you’re offering a massive surface to be tracked, not just your physical location but also what you do online. On top of that, you could be giving unknown third parties access to things like your microphone, camera, the contents of your clipboard, and ...

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