You Can Hack iCloud Accounts Using The New iDict Tool

idict tool hacks iCloud accounts

Last Friday, a new tool was submitted to GitHub that could be used to hack certain iCloud accounts with simple and weak passwords. Known as iDict, it fools Apple into thinking it’s an iPhone and uses a brute-force attack to determine a weak Apple ID password from a 500 word list. A bug in […]

iCloud Storage Cut By Apple For Former MobileMe Subscribers

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The days of MobileMe is now officially over. Apple has just cut the cord on free iCloud storage for former MobileMe Subscribers. Over the last year or so Apple has offered former MobileMe subscribers 25GB of free iCloud storage, but now this promotion is over and the Fruit Company has dropped all non-paying iCloud users […]

Apple Has Begun Restricting Access To iWork For iCloud Beta Due To High Demand

iWork for iCloud restrictions

A couple of days ago we reported that Apple opened up iWork for iCloud beta to the public so that anyone could edit documents in the cloud. You didn’t even need to be an existing iWork customer to take advantage of the new web apps that include Pages, Numbers and Keynote. It looks like too many […]

Apple Opens Up iWork For iCloud Beta To Everyone, Try It Out Now And Start Editing Documents Online


Back near the middle of July we reported that Apple started sending out invitations to the public to try out iWork for iCloud beta. Now, however, Apple has opened the doors to everyone who wants to try out the new version iWork that works in any browser on any operating system. You don’t even have […]

Apple Releases iTunes 11.0.5 For The Public, iTunes 11.1 Beta 2 For Developers


Having trouble with iTunes in the Cloud? Not to worry, Apple has released a new version of iTunes 11 with a fix for the iTunes in the Cloud issue. This problem caused certain purchases to randomly download media and play them. iTunes 11.0.5 is now out for the public, which fixes this bug. This update […]

Apple Redesigns iCloud Beta To Be Consistant With iOS 7 And It Looks Great [Gallery]


There is now less than 1 month before Apple will likely unveil both iOS 7 and next-generation iOS hardware that should include the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, 5th generation iPad and iPad Mini 2. There has even been rumors going around that new Mac hardware will be part of the September 10th media event we […]

Apple Starting To Send Out iWork For iCloud Beta Invites To The Public

iWork For iCloud Beta

In the middle of June Apple made iWork for iCloud beta available for registered developers to beta test. In case you missed the announcement of iWork for iCloud beta essentially the service allows you to edit documents right in your browser. This means you can now edit any document created using an application in the iWork […]

iWork For iCloud Beta Goes Live: Edit iWork Documents In Your Browser

iWork For iCloud Beta Available

At the WWDC 2013 we told you briefly about iWork for iCloud beta. If you missed the article about it then let me allow you to briefly fill you in. iWork for iCloud allows you to edit documents right in your browser. This means you can now edit any document created using an application in the […]

Apple Introduces iWork For iCloud, Allowing You To Edit Documents From Any Browser

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iWork for iCloud allows you to edit documents right in your browser. This means you can now edit any document created using an application in the iWork suite without having to be running iOS or OS X. This is great because if you are somewhere without access to a Mac or iOS device you can still […]

Apple’s Q1 2013 Report: 2 Million Apple TV’s Sold, iCloud Users Grow To 250 Million


During Apple’s Q1 2013 Earnings Call that took place yesterday, Tim Cook revealed some details on Apple TV sales and iCloud users. Apple made $54.5 billion in revenue in Q1 2013, which is more than what it made last year and also beats Wall Street Journals predictions. The company made $13.1 billion in profit, which […]