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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 play Playstation 4 games on Mac or Windows with Remote Play

With the recent firmware update rolled out to Playstation 4 by Sony, one of the higlighting new features is Remote Play, which allows you to stream any Playstation 4 game to your Mac or Windows PC over a WiFi or ethernet connection and let you control your Playstation remotely from the computer. If you happen to own a Playstation 4 console and a Mac or Windows computer then you have a chance to check out...

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 update Adobe Flash Player to prevent Ransomware attacks

On Thursday, researchers discovered a critical vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player that could allow a “potential attacker to take control of an affected system” by way of ransomware. Adobe issued an emergency security update for Flash Player and recommended that all users on Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome install the update to prevent from ransomware attacks. Ransomware is a malware that encrypts...

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...

SlideMe: a rotary-styled passcode entry for your iPhone

The first thing we come across when unlocking our iPhone is the Lock screen. If you’re bored of the current style and would like to spice it up then check out a new jailbreak tweak called “SlideMe” which was released this week in Cydia for $1.49. This new tweak changes the way passcode entry works on the Lock screen. It gives you a rotary styled passcode input interface where you have to...

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 or unhide the Dock on your Macbook

The Dock on Macbook is an essential feature that houses your frequently used apps and acts like a launchpad allowing you to run any application simply by clicking on it. Additionally, it allows you to perform multiple action on your desktop. However, the dock can sometimes be annoying as it can take up some space at the bottom of your screen which could otherwise be allocated to your open app windows. Fortunately,...

How to remove audio and video messages automatically in iPhone, iPad or iPod

When you receive a multimedia message such as an audio or video file in iMessage, it will be kept forever on your iPhone. This can be useful if you want to scroll through your messages again to view the stored photo, audio or video messages but as time passes, they can take up a considerable amount of memory storage on your iPhone Luckily, there’s a very simple way of setting audio and video files...