Reports: Apple intern leaked iPhone source code

Earlier in the week, a part of the source code of iOS was posted online to GitHub. This took an interesting turn when our reports reaching us from our sources disclosed that the person who leaked the code used to be an intern for Apple. According to the reports, the intern stole the code and …

How to Pair AirPods with a PC, Mac, Android Phone, or other Device

Apple’s AirPods pair easily with iPhones, Mac, or iPads because of their W1 chip, yet they are but standard Bluetooth headphones capable of pairing with any device. However, pairing AirPods with any other device is more strenuous compared to the devices afore mentioned, and the connection may not be stable. How to Pair Your AirPods …

Apple, offering free repairs for iPhone 7 devices refusing to connect to cellular networks.

Apple has admitted that a bug is affecting what it believes to be a “small percentage” of its iPhone 7 devices thus inhibiting their connection to a cellular network and displaying “No Service” on the network status bar. This occurs usually after the iPhone is removed from Airplane Mode, once this is done; the device …

How to Connect the Nest Secure to a New Wi-fi Network

If you ever change your Wi-Fi password or the name of the network, you’ll also need to connect your Nest Security system to that new network. Luckily, it’s really easy. A lot of Wi-Fi devices come with a setting where you can easily change the Wi-Fi network that it’s connected to. Other devices aren’t so simple, and you actually …

Apple, adding a new Privacy icon to iOS and macOS to prevent iCloud password phishing

In forthcoming versions of iOS and macOS, Apple plans to bring out a new Privacy icon that will appear at whenever time the company’s own first-party apps asks for your personal information. Already, Apple has a lot of privacy safeguards and transparency measures in place through both operating systems that alert users when apps are …

South Korea prosecutors, investigating Apple’s iPhone battery controversy

Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office is now among the growing list of government units around the world which are investigating Apple over the decreased performance of iPhones with older batteries inside. The company’s poor messaging about an iOS update that was intended to prevent unexpected shutdowns (a change that required throttling the processor and slowing performance of …