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12+ things you can do with a locked iPhone

Learn what you can do with a locked iPhone and how to switch these features off.

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Everything you need to know about Apple's GDPR privacy upgrade

Included in Apple's update to comply with the EU's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), customers will be able to download all the information Apple keeps about them.

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Private by design: Why Apple’s iOS meets the needs of healthcare IT

For organizations to fully embrace mobile devices in their healthcare IT strategy, security and privacy must be ensured. Apple’s private by design strategy gives it an advantage in this area.

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Mac, iOS: How to check if Cambridge Analytica used your Facebook data

Were you or your friends impacted by the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data breach? Here’s how to find out.

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Master multi-tasking on your iPad

Apple offers valuable multi-tasking tools to help you get productive on your iPad. Learn what are they, how they work, and how to use them.

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Apple’s Siri, HomePod and the voice assistant showdown

The battle of the smart assistants is intensifying, with Siri at the top of the group. How can Apple exploit its advantages to push HomePod higher?

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Mac Pro 2019: Is Apple planning the next transition?

When building a team to develop the Macintosh, Steve Jobs once said, "It's better to be a pirate than join the navy." Is Apple up to something just as profound as it works to develop the Mac Pro?

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Smartphones becoming primary device for physician and patient communications

Once considered a security risk, mobile devices are now becoming a mainstay in clinical settings for communication, the difference being the software and cloud services being used to secure data.

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Apple’s Siri: The only search engine you’ll need

Is Apple about to get into search? Probably not in the conventional sense, but Apple’s successful hire of Google’s John Giannandrea shows there’s a new kid in town.

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15 useful tips iPhone users need

I’ve spent years collecting iPhone tips. Here are 15 iPhone hints you’ll probably use every day.

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Facial recognition tech moves from smartphones to the boardroom

With the release of Apple's iPhone X and its Face ID feature, facial recognition technology has become more mainstream – and it's already being piloted by some government agencies and commercial airlines as a friction-free security...

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Apple's Business Chat means one day you'll ask HomePod for a bank loan

Nuance Communications explained the huge potential of Apple's Business Chat platform, which one day means we’ll be able to ask our HomePod to arrange our next bank loan.

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Why HR needs to look at Apple’s Schoolwork app

Apple's Schoolwork promises so much for educators, but may well prove itself outside the education sector as an on-boarding and training facilitator for human resources teams.

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Mingis on Tech: Wireless charging update

With Apple embracing the Qi standard in its iPhone X and 8/8+, wireless charging is becoming more mainstream. So what about the debate it'll kill your battery?

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Mingis on Tech: What's up with wireless charging?

With Apple embracing the Qi standard in the iPhone X and 8/8+, wireless charging is finally becoming more mainstream. But there's an ongoing debate about what it does to smartphone battery life.

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Apple event: New iPad with Apple Pencil, iWork, education apps

At its "Field Trip" event, Apple introduced an upgraded iPad, a much-improved iWork suite and new educational apps designed to put the company back at the center of the education market.

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Jamf interview: What iOS 11.3 brings to the enterprise

Macs will become as secure as iOS, major enterprises are deploying Apple TV in conference rooms, and iOS has become “the mobile platform for the enterprise,” claims Jamf.

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Apple’s other big chance to enrich people’s lives

When Apple says it wants to help improve visibility around people with disabilities, you’d better listen.

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