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Finally Microsoft over iCloud

I’ve made a major life decision. I am now using Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s Reminders, I think they call it Tasks.

I am so fed up of that iCloud messiness I’m actually a little nauseous. 169 more words

Be careful, a tricky way to steal your Apple password

A tricky method makes it almost impossible to realize that phishing victims have become the iPhone owner.

Felix Krause iOS developer and founder of Fastlane Tools demonstrated an almost unnoticeable phishing scam, which could even mislead the most mischievous Internet users – The Hacker News reported. 165 more words

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Intune Apple DEP Devices - iCloud restore is no longer display on IOS 11

I have had a customer calling this week with a strange problem – when they are restting IOS devices after upgrading to IOS 11 iCloud restore option is no longer shown in the DEP enrollment process. 229 more words

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iPhone making random calls in the background

Was encountering a wired problem with my iPhone for last two days. iPhone kept dialling random numbers in the background. It’s makes 400-500 Calls a day!!! 136 more words

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Apple's head of iCloud infrastructure technology departs

Signalling Apple‘s plans to reduce dependency on external Cloud services, the company’s executive Eric Billingsley, who was in charge of operating infrastructure for iCloud services, including the iCloud Drive document storage service, has left the company. 149 more words

Why Apple shows a strange location for a two-factor login confirmation

”Erich Riehl uses Apple’s two-factor authentication (2FA) system with his iCloud account. This is the system that Apple released in September 2015, and which replaces the older two-step system entirely in iOS 11 and macOS 10.13 High Sierra,” Glenn Fleishman writes for Macworld.(If you’re using two-step and upgrade to either of those, Apple converts you to 2FA.)” 198 more words

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Apple kills two-step authentication in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

”With iOS 11 and macOS 10.13 High Sierra, Apple no longer allows the use of two-step verification, its original and hastily built, somewhat creaky system for confirming a login,” Glenn Fleishman reports for Macworld. 260 more words

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