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How to plan for your digital afterlife: What happens to your data when you finally kick the bucket?
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How to plan for your digital afterlife: What happens to your data when you finally kick the bucket?

It is very important to take control and decide what happens to your digital accounts in your afterlife.

Apple iPhone X reportedly bursts into flames while being updated to iOS 12.1
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Apple iPhone X reportedly bursts into flames while being updated to iOS 12.1

It appears as though an iPhone X has pulled of a Note 7 and exploded in flames.

Several iPhone users finding themselves locked out of their Apple ID's: Report
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Several iPhone users finding themselves locked out of their Apple ID's: Report

Apple IDs usually lock up when someone repeatedly attempts to get in by entering an incorrect password.

Apple criticised by China over the recent data security issue impacting customers
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Apple criticised by China over the recent data security issue impacting customers

Apple declined to comment further on Friday, referring back to its earlier statement on the matter

Apple launches a new Data and Privacy website letting users download data associated with their Apple IDs
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Apple launches a new Data and Privacy website letting users download data associated with their Apple IDs

Once the data is ready for download, Apple notifies users and this information is automatically deleted after 2 weeks, as a security measure.

Apple set to introduce new tools which will allow consumers to control how their data is used
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Apple set to introduce new tools which will allow consumers to control how their data is used

The European Union GDPR enters into force on 25 May and is the biggest shake-up of privacy rules since the birth of the internet

Apple issues an apology for incorrectly notifying some US users about shifting their iCloud data to China
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Apple issues an apology for incorrectly notifying some US users about shifting their iCloud data to China

Apple announced the constructing of the new data base in Guizhou last July, with an investment of $1 billion.

Hackers threaten to wipe
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Hackers threaten to wipe "hundreds of millions" of iPhones, Apple says they can't

A bunch of hackers calling themselves the “Turkish Crime Family” threatened to wipe “hundreds of millions” of iPhones if Apple didn’t pay them.

Google pulls suspicious iMessage app from Play Store
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Google pulls suspicious iMessage app from Play Store

After the disaster that surrounded the failed launch of BlackBerry Messenger for Android, another app disaster waiting to happen was stopped by Google. An

Apple restricts access to iWork for iCloud beta
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Apple restricts access to iWork for iCloud beta

Looks like Apple’s hush-hush move to release iWork for iCloud beta has backfired. After news of the beta version being available was leaked, a horde of

Apple makes iWork for iCloud beta available to all with Apple IDs
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Apple makes iWork for iCloud beta available to all with Apple IDs

After making it available to developers back in July, Apple has announced that it has made iWork available on iCloud as beta to anyone who has an Apple ID. The

Apple asks users to help improve Maps on iOS 7
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Apple asks users to help improve Maps on iOS 7

After the debacle of Maps performing badly when it was released alongside iOS 6, Apple is not taking any chances with the release of iOS 7. This time, Apple is

Apple extends two-factor authentication to more countries; India missing from the list
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Apple extends two-factor authentication to more countries; India missing from the list

Apple has added more countries to its fold, and these include - Mexico, Germany Netherlands, Russia, Austria, Brazil, Belgium, Portugal...

Apple fixes major security exploit which left thousands of Apple ID accounts at risk
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Apple fixes major security exploit which left thousands of Apple ID accounts at risk

Apple has issued a fix for the major hole in the Apple ID login page that could have potentially affected thousands of users. Earlier, in response to the

Apple introduces 2-step verification for iOS, iCloud
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Apple introduces 2-step verification for iOS, iCloud

Two-step verification works in a similar way to how it functions on Google Accounts. However the service is currently available only in US, UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

Apple introduces 2-step verification for iOS, iCloud
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Apple introduces 2-step verification for iOS, iCloud

Two-step verification works in a similar way to how it functions on Google Accounts. However the service is currently available only in US, UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

Now protect your Apple ID using two-factor authentication
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Now protect your Apple ID using two-factor authentication

It looks like two-factor authentication is becoming the next big widely-accepted step in keeping accounts secure. Apple is the latest company to join the likes