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Cellebrite which cracked San Bernardino iPhone 5c is confident it can also access iPhone 6

Mobile forensics firm, Cellebrite, which helped the FBI gain access to a locked iPhone 5c belonging to the San Bernardino shooter is said to be confident that it can also hack into a locked iPhone 6, as reported by CNN. The report comes after Italian father Leonardo Fabbretti approached Apple to help him access his son’s locked iPhone 6, who passed away from bone cancer at the age of 13. Before...

How to backup and restore your Messages on new iPhone or iOS install

Virtually everything on your iPhone (namely photos, mail, contacts, calendars, safari and notes) can be backup and stored on your iCloud accout. Additionally, these can also be restored on any new iPhone or a fresh iOS install. However the only thing that is left out are the SMS and iMessages. Well messages can be backup and restored if you are willing to perform the task for all the contents. What if you only...

How to check if Activation Lock is enabled or disabled for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Apple’s ‘Activation Lock’ tool helps users identify whether their iOS device are safely protected. It is an added feature in iCloud website that allows you to carry out such a task. When you enable Find My iPhone/iPad, the activation lock is enabled to protect your iOS device from any kind of misuse when it is stolen or lost. Activation lock ensures that datas/contents on your iPhone...

How to find your iPhone using FindMyiPhone without internet connection

FindMyiPhone is a great tool in iPhone that allows you to locate your lost device. You can make it play a sound even when it is in silent mode, find it’s location as well as have it locked remotely. Unfortunately, these features work only when there is an active data connection or the iPhone is connected to a Wi-Fi network (in such a case, there is a slim chance that there might be any connection at...

Apple rolls out iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 to registered developers with bug fixes and improvements

Apple rolled out the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 today to registered developers, which comes with bug fixes and improvements. This beta release comes just a week after the company released iOS 9.3.1, which brought a major fix for web link crashing issues which affected many users on iOS. Registered developers can get their hands on iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 (build 13F51a) either via an OTA (over-the-air) update or download...

How to hide the ‘Last Seen’ timestamp in Whatsapp on iPhone

Whatsapp is by far the most popular cross-platform messaging app due to its simple design, sharing features (including photos, videos, contacts and location) and call support. Additionally like any other instant messaging app, it lets you know if your message was delivered and read by the recipient, whether your friends are online or not and if they are offline, it shows the last seen timestamp. This is where...

Apple to sell its billionth iPhone soon

  Apple is about to release it’s quarterly financial report on 25 April and is expected to report a sales of 50 million iPhone units sold during the first 3 months of the year 2016. As history has been made, Apple has sold nearly 896 million iPhone units between June 29, 2007 (when the first iPhone was introduced) and the end of the year 2015. Adding this with the expected sales to be reported...

Barclays rolls out support for Apple Pay in the UK

After Apple launched its Apple Pay service in the UK early last year, Barclays was left out of the game when it wasn’t present in the list of supported banks. The bank received numerous complaints, some of which were from customers who threatened to leave the bank. ...

New Siri exploit on iPhone 6S & 6S Plus gives users access to Photos & Contacts without Passcode

We’ve heard many stories circulating Siri’s security issues, allowing nefarious users to gain access to contacts, photos, messages and even worse to completely unlock the iPhone without even entering the pass code. This new exploit comes as of no surprise. The exploit only works on iPhone 6S and 6S plus (Yes, there is a little chance that you might be affected) since these iPhones’ are...