Apple warns Thai activists about ‘state-sponsored attackers’ targeting their iPhones

Apple has warned activists in Thailand that their iPhones may have been targeted by the government. It has issued alerts to at least 20 people critical of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s administration. The tech giant has warned them that their devices may have been hacked by "state-sponsored" attackers. Their data could be remotely accessed, as well as the camera and microphone on their devices.

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Apple CEO Says Pandemic Hurt IPhones, Helped Macs

Apple Inc.��Chief Executive Officer��Tim Cook��said that store closures related to the Covid-19 pandemic are weighing on sales of the iPhone and wearable devices more than the iPad and Mac. The company just reported earnings. Cook spoke to Bloomberg’s Emily Chang and she reports on "What’d You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)

Tracking The Supply Chain Crisis Through A Single Product: iPhones

As the pandemic pushes Americans toward online shopping websites, consumption has increased dramatically — and supply chains can’t keep up.

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Apple’s New IPhones to Have Camera, Video Updates

Apple Inc.’s next iPhone lineup will get at least three major new camera and video-recording features, which the company is betting will be key enticements to upgrade from earlier models. Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)

Apple to check U.S. iPhones for images of child sexual abuse

Apple announced the rollout of a new feature that’s both winning praise and raising concerns. The tool will scan photos and text messages on Apple devices, looking for known images of child sex abuse. Tom Hanson looks at both the benefits and the privacy issues raised by the new technology.

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Apple to scan US iPhones for child abuse images

Apple plans to scan U.S. iPhones and other devices for images of child sexual abuse, drawing applause from child protection groups but raising concern among some security researchers that the system could be misused. (Aug. 6)

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