The release of a new hacking tool targeting iCloud's Apple ID dictionary is not reassuring for iPhone users and others who store data, knowingly or unknowingly, on iCloud.
Despite the bad publicity resulting from the iCloud breach that exposed personal celebrity photos, Apple's new Mac operating system Yosemite uploads documents to iCloud servers by default, even if the files are closed without being saved, reports Slate.
Windows users will be able to use Apple's iCloud as a full cloud storage drive ahead of Mac users, after the company released the iCloud Drive for Windows app.
The top news stories for Sept. 22, 2014.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has asked to meet with Apple executives to discuss privacy concerns he has about the new Apple Watch, which tracks user's health information and collects other sensitive data.
Apple has expanded the use of two-factor authentication to protect iCloud backups.
I came across an interesting interview that Charlie Rose did with Apple CEO Tim Cook recently in which Cook lamented the poor state of people's privacy. Hmm.
Apple has revised the prices for its iCloud online storage service, and added iCloud Drive to a beta version of the iCloud website.
As Apple prepares to launch two iPhone 6 versions and a rumored iWatch, some are questioning whether Cupertino's reputation for iron-clad security is deserved.
In response to the recent celebrity photo hack, Apple is including two-factor authentication security for mobile iCloud logins in its iOS 8.0 operating system, scheduled for rollout later this month.