Apple’s New Password Resources Manager to Help Apps Create Strong Passwords for Popular Websites

The Password Manager Resources is open source and is already on GitHub. Thanks to the Password Manager Resources developers will be able to create passwords that match with the requirements of popular websites and services. The list also includes links that can use used to change passwords. Apple has created a new open source project to help developers of password managers collaborate to create strong passwords that are compatible with popular websites. The Password Manager Resources open source project allows you to integrate website-specific requirements used by the iCloud Keychain…

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iPhone 12 Launch Has Been Delayed to Q4 According to Major Apple Supplier

There have been conflicting reports surrounding the iPhone 12 launch being delayed this year due to the pandemic. As per major Apple supplier Broadcom though, the iPhone 12 launch cycle has indeed been delayed to Q4. The company supplies Apple with chips for Wi-Fi connectivity inside iPhones so any delay in a new iPhone launch affects it greatly. The company’s CEO Hock Tan, did not directly refer to Apple in his latest earnings conference call but noted that there was a “major product cycle delay” which will affect the its…

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Signal Announces New Face Blurring Tool to Help U.S. Protesters Protect Their Identity

Technology plays a very important part in our lives and the same is being witnessed in protests across the U.S. George Floyd was killed by law enforcement on camera and this has lead to nationwide protests. Thankfully, tech companies are not sitting on the sidelines and chiming in with the protests. The privacy focussed messaging tool Signal has now introduced a blur tool for iOS and Android. Many people in the U.S are out on the streets to protest the killing of George Floyd. Apparently, the protests have caused a…

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iPad Pro with 5nm A14X Chipset to Launch in Q1 or Q2 2021

Apple announced the 2020 refresh of the iPad Pro lineup in March this year. It was a minor refresh with a slightly powerful A12Z Bionic chip, double the base storage, and a new camera setup which included a LiDAR scanner. It was not really an impressive refresh by any means especially since the iPad Pro lineup was being updated by Apple after 18 months. There were rumors of Apple refreshing the iPad Pro lineup again later this year with a mini-LED display and faster A14X Bionic chips. Many reports have…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.5.1 with Security Fixes

Apple had released the iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 update for iPhones and iPads two weeks ago, bringing the COVID-19 contact tracing technology and other improvements. Now, the company has released the iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1 software update for all iPhones compatible with iOS 13. It’s a bug-fixing update, and it is available for download via the OTA system. The Cupertino-based tech giant has released the final version of iOS 13.5.1 for iPhones and iPadOS 13.5.1. The new version of the operating system will likely fix the zero-day vulnerability…

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iOS 14 Features Wishlist: 10 Features We Want in the Next Version of iOS

Apple is expected to unveil iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 along with the next major versions of macOS, watchOS, and tvOS during its first all-digital WWDC event on June 22. Developers and users are pretty excited to see what Apple has been cooking over the past year and what it has in store for us. We have our own expectations from iOS 14, and we’ve listed a few features that we expect Apple to implement in the next major version of iOS. While a few iOS 14 features have been…

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This iPhone 12 Pro Concept in Navy Blue Looks Stunning

Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 12 series before the 2020 holiday season, and there are a few months left before the official reveal. However, most of the hardware features of the upcoming iPhones have been leaked already and there are rumors of a completely new color for the flagship iPhone model: Navy Blue. Now, a stunning concept video gives us a closer look at how a Navy Blue version of the iPhone 12 Pro would look. It is being rumored that Apple might replace the Midnight Green color…

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macOS Catalina 10.15.5 Bug Prevents Creation of Bootable Backups

Apple released the macOS Catalina 10.15.5 update earlier this week. Apart from some bug fixes, the update also introduced a new Battery Health Management feature for MacBooks to help extend their battery’s lifespan. However, it looks like a bug has also slipped past Apple’s QA team with this release. As noted by Mike Bombich of Carbon Copy Cleaner, the bug prevents one from creating a bootable backup of macOS Catalina using the app. The bug in the AFPS volume in macOS Catalina 10.15.5 has been present in the beta releases…

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Leak: 2021 iPhone 13 Could Come With 64MP Primary Camera, Offer 20x Digital Zoom

Over the last couple of months, there have been plenty of leaks surrounding Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup. This time around though, the alleged camera setup for the 2021 iPhone 13 has been detailed by a leaker. As per @Choco_bit, the iPhone 13 will feature a 64MP primary wide-angle camera. This will be paired with a 40MP telephoto camera offering 3x-5x optical zoom and up to 20x digital zoom. There will also be a 64MP anamorphic lens and a 40MP 0.25x ultra wide-angle lens. Lastly, there will be a LiDAR 4.0…

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Apple Stops Signing iOS 13.4.1 Following iOS 13.5 Release

Following the release of iOS 13.5 last week, Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1. This means it is no longer possible to downgrade your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.5 to it until and unless you have the SHSH blobs backed up. Most iPhone owners usually tend to downgrade to an older version of iOS to jailbreak it. However, this time around, there’s an iOS 13.5 jailbreak available for all compatible iPhones and iPads meaning there’s no reason for anyone to downgrade back to iOS 13.4.1. Even…

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