iOS 6.1.3 Released to Fix Security Bug
Apple today released a minor software update for iOS devices. iOS version 6.1.3 fixes a bug that could allow someone to bypass the passcode to access the phone. The update also improves Apple Maps' performance in Japan. The update is available to download and install over the air. It is recommended for all users.
Google Expands Enterprise Recommendation Program to More Phones
Jun 12, 2018
Google today said more phone makers now part of its Android Enterprise Recommended program. The Android Enterprise Recommended program, which was launched in February of this year, "establishes best practices and common requirements for devices and services, backed by a thorough testing process conducted by Google." In order to qualify, devices have to meet a number of specifications concerning their hardware, deployment, security updates, and user help programs.
Apple to Rebuild Maps from Scratch Using Its Own Data
Jun 29, 2018
Apple hopes to improve its Apple Maps app and service by rebuilding them from the ground up with all new data. Apple launched Maps six years ago relying on data from third-party providers such as TomTom.
WhatsApp Makes 2FA Available to All 1.2B Users
Feb 10, 2017
WhatsApp today rolled out two-factor authentication to all users worldwide. The feature is still optional, though it provides a second layer of account security.
Gov. Unlocked iPhone In NYC Drug Case without Apple
Apr 23, 2016
The Justice Department said it received help unlocking an iPhone involved in a drug case in New York City and has withdrawn its lawsuit against Apple. The government originally sought to compel Apple to unlock the device.
we going up !!!
there a minor upgrade every two month to this IOS version
this getting out of hands