Google understandably shuts down easy access to your phone when Android Auto is turned on, since you're supposed to be focused on the road. But what if you do need access to your phone while it's still paired with your car? It should be easy from n… Engadget RSS Feed
Apple’s Face ID unlocking feature on the iPhone X is a joy to use. It almost feels like there’s no passcode to your phone as it’s such a seamless experience. A new ad released by the company takes this to a literal extreme.
Apple this afternoon uploaded a new iPhone X video to its YouTube channel, which is designed to show off Face ID, the facial recognition feature of the iPhone X.
In the humorous video, which appears to take place at a high school, using Face ID on the iPhone X causes everything in the surrounding area to unlock, including lockers, cabinets, doors, and more, with items flying everywhere.
Last week, a report detailed how law enforcement agencies were using a device called GrayKey to unlock iPhones of suspects and criminals in their possession. Made by a company called Grayshift in Atlanta, Georgia, the company primarily works with law enforcement agencies and provides them with in-house iPhone unlocking service using GrayKey. Continue reading → iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog
It’s been a few years since the San Bernardino debacle between law enforcement and Apple over the company refusing to create a back door to unlock an iPhone. After going back and forth on the case, the FBI eventually dropped the case entirely after it found a third-party company able to gain access to the device.
However, in 2017, a company by the name of ‘Grayshift’ created a device called ‘GrayKey’ that successfully unlocked iPhones without knowing the passcode.
There’s apparently a device that can unlock basically any iPhone. And today, we’re getting our first glimpse at it. Last week, news surfaced of a tool called GrayKey that can allegedly crack any encrypted iPhone running iOS 10 or iOS 11. GrayKey is apparently being marketed to law enforcement organizations by its creator, startup firm […] Read More… iDrop News
A Mac App Store app called Calendar 2 was allowing users to mine cryptocurrency on their Macs in exchange for unlocking the full version of the app. The option was listed under the ‘Upgrade’ section of the app and was offered as an in-app upgrade option. This led to speculation that Apple was allowing apps to offer crypto-mining options. Continue reading → iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog
If you have a newer model MacBook, you can easily unlock your computer using Touch ID. Older models can’t necessarily add Touch ID to their machines, but a free iOS and Mac app can give you a pretty decent workaround. With Near Lock, not only can you use Touch ID on your phone to unlock your Mac computer, you can also have it automatically lock your computer as you walk away from your screen. How to Unlock Your Mac Using Your iPhone Download the Mac app to your computer and the iOS app to your phone. Open the iOS app…