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JNUC 21 brings major security and deployment improvements to Apple enterprise

The world’s biggest (virtual) gathering of Apple admins begins with numerous announcements from Jamf, including solutions for security, BYOD, provisioning, and more.

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Experts call Apple's CSAM scheme 'a dangerous technology'

"The surveillance and control capabilities provided...can potentially be abused by many adversaries, from hostile state actors through criminals to users’ intimate partners," experts warn.

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Apple needs to introduce an iCloud business suite for the enterprise

Apple has an opportunity to create a suite of online services aimed at its growing congregation of enterprise users.

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Apple warns: Sideloading apps threatens an iCrime wave

An extensive Apple white paper describes the risks of app sideloading to consumers and enterprises.

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iPhone SE 2022: Apple reads the room

Apple is seeking platform proliferation and high service and product add-ons to weather an anticipated post-pandemic slump.

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Has Apple set the scene for its next small big thing?

Aimed at developers, App Analytics in App Store Connect provides a window through which they can explore important app metrics....

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Apple's Siri needs to become a 'bicycle for the mind'

Siri tried to be a signpost, but instead became a weathervane. Like all Apple's other products, it must become something more.

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My first week with an iPhone 13 mini

I’ve been using a Product (Red) iPhone 13 mini. It manages to be small, highly portable, and pretty much uncompromised.

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Android vs. iOS in the enterprise: IT now has a real choice

It used to be that Android couldn't get a second look in the enterprise. Now Apple's iOS has real competition.

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Despite 'do not track,' iOS apps collect data; Android makes its own privacy move

Despite app-tracking transparency, iPhone apps continue to track users, according to the Washington Post. It found that the type of data gathered about a user's device could be used to ID individual iPhones — even after users...

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Apple’s latest right-to-repair trick is delightfully evil

I’ve always been impressed by how clever Apple can get when trying to protect its repair revenue. A new report from MacRumors doesn’t disappoint.

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Apple, 1Password, and Cloudflare all move to protect email

Apple’s Hide My Email feature has quickly become just one of many options designed to protect you against phishing and spam.

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On app tracking, both Android and iOS have to do better

While Google has announced plans to reset permissions for older, rarely used Android apps, Apple’s app-tracking-transparency efforts in iOS have fallen short of the company’s grand vision.

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Apple puts a Map to the future on iPhone

Apple is rolling out augmented reality city guides, which use the camera and your iPhone’s display to show you where you are going. So where is Apple going with this?

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Apple needs to act against fake app-privacy promises

App developers continue to undermine user privacy despite promising not to do so. Apple needs to identify those who do.

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The evolution of Apple's iPhone

As the iPhone ages, it's important to look at how the now-iconic device has matured since its arrival in 2007.

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Android's underappreciated upgrade advantage

Yup, you read that right. And it's as true as can be, even if Apple does everything in its power to make you forget.

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20+ iOS 15 changes that help you get things done

These are some of the most obscure (or exciting) features now available to the nearly 100 million or so users Mixpanel says have upgraded to iOS 15.

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