The US Department of Defense announced Friday that it has officially granted security clearance to Apple’s iOS devices on their government networks. » Read the rest
U.S. Department of Defense said Friday it plans to allow iOS devices onto the Pentagon’s secure network next week. » Read the rest
Recently Apple released its two-step Apple ID verification process in certain countries and now they are introducing it worldwide. » Read the rest
Apple is so inundated with requests to decrypt seized iPhones by law enforcement that they have to be put on a waiting list. » Read the rest
The iPhone 6 will seemingly include fingerprint security technology.
With the official launch of iOS 6 right around the corner, many are wondering what will become of the security of the operating system. There have been several security compromises over the years that have raised concern about such issues, however they have also since repaired those potential and imminent security threats. With the iPhone 5 breaking presale records within 24 hours, the question that begs to be answered is, “Is this operating system secure?” Let’s get an answer to this looming question. » Read the rest
Apple has responded to the recently uncovered SMS security flaw in iOS.
Although we’ve seen the lengths Apple will go to in regards to their security implementation for iOS devices, Pod2g has uncovered a major SMS security flaw for the platform.
Apple has a checkered history when it comes to security on the iPhone. Originally it was laughable, but now they have crossed a threshold into truly secure territory, which will undoubtedly be showcased on the iPhone 5.