A lock is only good at protecting things if it actually stays locked. The activation lock in iOS, for example, makes it very hard for someone other than the owner to wipe an iPhone or iPad and set it up as a new device. Very hard, but not impossible.
Two different bugs have recently been discovered that could allow someone to bypass Apple’s activation lock. One impacts devices running iOS 10.1 and another on the most current version of the software, iOS 10.1.1. Expert workaround exploited a weakness in the iOS device setup process, and he tested it on a locked iPad he purchased from eBay.Read more
Great news – you purchased a new iPad! Of course, you’ll want to set it up, install a number of apps and start using it on all cylinders. So, let’s now see what each new iPad user should know before getting started.
There are a lot of articles on the Internet, but we are focusing on some basic settings that you can tweak to protect your device without any third-party apps — and what’s important, keeping it easy to use. What is the best password? Touch ID and Passcode settings let you change your password. Most commonly, users choose four or six digits combinations as they are the most comfortable for them.Read more
Children are crazy about PCs. However, it is important that this enthusiasm be managed properly; without something that we call “kids management,” this interest might turn into obsession and lead to early isolation characteristics with unpredictable consequences.
This obsession may cause children to react to separation from their PCs, as well as their parents’ attempts to bring them back to the real world, with uncontrollable hysterics. Kids management is a complex psychological concept where each parent chooses their own way. The ability to wisely manage ‘tablet entertainment’ is not acquired by default, but instead it is seamlessly integrated into an overall system of education.Read more
A lot of people can be surprised that Steve Jobs forbid his kids from using new devices, including those that he created. During the interview Steve said: "My children haven't used it. We limit how much technology our kids use at home." It is strange to hear from the person who made devices that dictate fashion and identify trends.
It turns out that many other leaders of technology firms strictly limit the amount of time their children can spend in front of a screen. Many people didn’t know what to say about Jobs‘ answer. They somehow thought that his house is full of touch screens, but iPads and iPhones are given to guests instead of candies. But it was not so. At all.Read more