Apple’s latest ads put its campaign to protect customer privacy into the public domain. “You have a choice,” company warns.
Apple should create and sell a Siri chip to third party consumer electronics manufacturers in order to help protect privacy as voice assistant technologies proliferate in smart homes.
The EFF is right to argue that iCloud users should be able to encrypt their files, but perhaps there are other reasons this isn’t possible: We need a bill of digital rights.
Advertisers are squealing because Apple just shut down another of the tools they use to track you and your online behaviour, here’s how to enable the new feature.
‘Rogue actors and even governments have taken advantage of user trust to deepen divisions, incite violence, and even undermine our shared sense of what is true and what is false. This crisis is real. It is not imagined, or exaggerated or crazy,” Apple’s Tim Cook warns.
Apple now lets customers in the US, Canada, Australia, UK and Europe download what it knows about them. Why does this matter and how do you use these new tools?
We’ve had quite a time of it since Apple snuck news of the limited iPhone 8 repair program through late...