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Five Ways to Customize Android that iOS Still Can’t Match

October 31st, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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Android is very customizable–many of its features are just defaults, and can be swapped out for third-party alternatives without any rooting required. When it comes to iOS, well…not so much. Read more: http://www.howtogeek.com/121374/6-ways-to-customize-android-that-ios-users-can-only-dream-about/

How to Control Third-Party iOS Apps with Siri

October 20th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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A behind the scenes feature in iOS 10, SiriKit, makes it easy for you to control and use your favourite apps with Siri–if you know where to look. Let’s set this new voice control up and take it for a spin. Read more: http://www.howtogeek.com/276713/how-to-control-third-party-ios-apps-with-siri/

Double-dipping malware steals iOS creds and roots Android

September 19th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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A newly-outed trojan is exploiting iOS and Android devices, ripping iCloud credentials abusing the trusted link between phones and PCs, says Palo Alto security researcher Claud Xiao. The attack appears to have failed in most circumstances, thanks to iOS’ sandboxing security controls, hardened modern Android operating systems, and the overt nature of the attack, and […]

Patch now! Recent iOS vulnerability affects Macs too

September 2nd, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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A week ago, Apple pushed out a small but critical security patch for iOS. That update was iOS 9.3.5, and it fixed a trifecta of previously unknown vulnerabilities that had allegedly been combined to produce a megaexploit. (If you have an iDevice, go to Settings | General | Software Update right now, just to make […]

Apple rushes out iOS update, shuts out jailbreakers

August 8th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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Just two weeks ago, Apple released iOS 9.3.3, an update that fixed numerous security holes including one that was compared to last year’s “Stagefright” bug on Android. Apple’s Stagefright-like bug was in a subsystem called ImageIO, a component used to process and render images. Your iPhone probably displays lots of different images every day: not […]

How to Prevent Accidental Ad Clicks in iOS Games With Guided Access

April 25th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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Many iPhone and iPad games include banner ads that take up part of your screen. Accidentally tap the ad, and you’ll be ripped from the game and taken to another app, like the App Store or Safari. Enable iOS’ “Guided Access” and you won’t have this problem. This trick doesn’t actually block the ads, it […]

How to Reduce Your iPhone’s Brightness Lower Than iOS Allows

April 1st, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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If you use your iPhone at night in a dark room, even the new Night Shift feature in iOS 9.3 can’t stop your screen from seemingly burning your eyes. Luckily, there is a way to reduce the brightness of the screen lower than iOS actually allows. You might think that reducing the screen brightness too much will […]

How to Truly Hide iOS’ Built-In Apps Using a Configuration Profile

March 30th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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One of the most annoying things about the iPhone and iPad is the inability to hide built-in apps like Tips, Stocks, and News. Apple’s iOS 9.3 finally adds a way to hide these apps from your home screen, though it isn’t pretty. Consider Doing This the Easy Way Instead This process requires you set up your iPhone […]

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