TeenSafe, a monitoring app that lets parents keep an eye on their children's text messages, social media, and phone location, has leaked sensitive data related to thousands of its users that include both parents as well as children. The data, stored on two servers backed by Amazon Web Services, compresses the email addresses of parents that are associated with the teen monitoring app, alongside the Apple IDs of children and their passwords in plaintext. It's reported that at least 10,200 records from the past three months were put at risk. Continue reading for a video showing how to protect your Apple account and what kind of information was leaked from TeenSafe.
For the price of an iMac Pro, you could pick up a limited edition iPhone X "Tesla", which is available in a 64GB ($4,587) or 256GB ($4,829) models. What makes this model so special? Well, it's the first and only (so far) to feature a built-in solar panel as well as an integrated secondary battery. The luxurious case you see weighs 90g increases the device's thickness to 16.2 mm from 7.7 mm. Continue reading for a hands-on video preview, more pictures and additional information.
The iPhone SE was released 2-years ago, and analysts claim that Apple will unveil a refreshed model at WWDC in June or during a press event some time in September. This latest concept was reportedly made using leaked CAD files, and it shows a 4" bezel-less display with no notch or home button. Continue reading for another video and more information.
According to Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis, Apple could stop bundling the Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapter with the new iPhones being released this year. Ever since the iPhone 7 launch, the company has bundled the $9 accessory, but by not doing so, the company could help boost profits and shareholder returns, in addition to share buybacks. With that said, Martin Hajek shows us how two new possible models would stack up against the iPhone X. Continue reading for more pictures.
Economic Daily News recently stated that Apple was considering releasing an iPhone with a triple camera system, possibly to compete with the Huawei P20 Pro. This triple-lens camera setup would offer users extreme low-light performance, a dedicated sensor that enhances image detail, greater optical zoom, wide-angle capabilities and 3D depth perception. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple is set to unveil a slew of new products at WWDC in June, and a new MacBook could be in the lineup. There have been several rumors of the company ditching Intel processors for AMD, or even custom ARM chips, but many have been hoping for just a fresh design. One possibility could be a model with an edge-to-edge OLED display, a new keyboard, as well as an ultra slim form factor, like the "MacBook X" that you see above. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Why bother with an iMac or Mac Mini, when you could just bring the TapTop anywhere? This Touch Bar-inspired computer boasts a pill-shaped design, and comes equipped with a touchscreen OLED display that doubles as an OS X application launcher. Aside from launching applications, the touch interface also lets you activate Siri, volume controls, and lots more. Continue reading for additional pictures and information.
Images from an Apple FCC filing revealed images of an unreleased gold iPhone X. Analysts claimed that the company was planning on releasing this version all the way up until it hit stores in just two colors: space gray and white/silver. They reportedly ran into manufacturing issues with the gold plating, and could be releasing a gold version of the iPhone X successor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple officially launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus (PRODUCT)RED phones earlier this week, but now, Concept Creator shows us what their "X" counterparts could look like. Simply put, they feature a red glass back and red stainless steel edges, while the front of the device is black. The iPhone X Plus is rumored to feature a 6.5-inch OLED display, and possibly an upgraded camera. Continue reading for two more pictures, information and a bonus video showing what iOS 12 could be like.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Kuo speculates that Apple will release their very own branded high-end, over-ear headphones with an "all new", and possibly even wireless charging. These wireless headphones will be priced higher than the in-ear AirPods, and feature high quality audio components that boost performance in the audio quality department. In addition to these headphones, Apple is set to debut an updated version of the AirPods in the second half of 2018. Continue reading for more pictures and information.