Tesla will be bringing two-factor authentication to its iPhone app in the near future, company chief Elon Musk has confirmed, a feature that will make the remote-controllable car more secure for its users.
Security researchers have recently revealed a vulnerability in the Secure Enclave Processor, but while the data store for sensitive information means data including Apple Pay details and Face ID biometric records are potentially at risk to attackers, the reality is that it is still extremely unlikely to be a major issue for the vast majority of Apple customers.
As part of increasing security for G Suite apps, enterprise customers can now administer them through Apple Business Manager, and for everyone Gmail gains new authentication graphics to identify emails sent from brands and companies.
Apple has evolved its remote control over time, with each iteration introducing physical improvements and better features. After launching the second-generation Siri Remote, has Apple created its best controller?
The iMac has undergone some major changes in 2021, with a refreshed appearance and the addition of Apple Silicon, but how much of an upgrade is it from the previous generation? We look at the specifications.
Apple has launched a new pair of iPad Pro models, but is it worth making the upgrade from the 2020 or 2018 models to the latest refresh? AppleInsider breaks down what's new in the 2021 iPad Pro update.
In another big week for Apple, the App Store is coming under extreme scrutiny in court, while at the same time AirTag is receiving more attention now it's in user hands, and the smaller notch of the "iPhone 13" reappears.
If four product announcements during the "Spring Loaded" event weren't enough, the week also saw Apple manufacturer Quanta's data held for ransom, Apple's appearance in front of the feds regarding anti-trust allegations, and more!
Brydge is taking the wraps off its latest iPad keyboard just in time for Apple's new iPad Pros. The Brydge 12.9 Max+ features a redesigned hinge, rear protection, and a truly massive multi-touch trackpad.
AppleInsider has launched "This Week in Apple," a new weekly video series summarizing and analyzing everything that has happened relevant to the iPhone maker over the last seven days. Tune in to be sure you're never out of the loop.
Apple wants to improve the security of Face ID and other visual-based biometric systems to eliminate the so-called "twin problem," by taking advantage of the unique and hard to copy patterns of veins that reside under the skin.
Twitter's employees were manipulated into providing access to the social network's internal systems to attackers, the company has revealed in an update to its investigation into a recent Bitcoin scam, one that affected prominent accounts including Apple.
Developers of Hong Kong's PopVote, an app and voting platform designed in part to protest the city's recently invoked national security law, claim Apple is censoring the title by refusing it entry onto the App Store.
A congressional committee on Tuesday sent letters to Apple and Google urging both companies to closely monitor the collection and possible exploitation of user data by third-party apps affiliated with foreign entities.
Apple is "assessing" the implications of China's newly invoked "National Security Law," an edict designed to crack down on political crimes and, according to critics, permanently stifle unrest in Hong Kong.
U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, a bill that seeks to weaken encryption technologies that have in the past put a damper on law enforcement operations.
If you get the "AirTag found moving with you" alert, maybe you're being tracked, or maybe there's just an AirTags in that bag you borrowed. Here's when you get that notification, and what you need to do.
Apple's AirTag is the company's simplest, and smallest product since it started including stickers with devices. If it didn't require accessories, it would be nearly perfect — though there are also issues to be aware of.