Apple: Celebrity Photo Theft Not Result Of iCloud or Find My iPhone Breach


Apple has released a statement regarding their internal investigation into the hacking of celebrity accounts and subsequent unauthorized access to photos belonging to major celebrites that include Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and others. Apple says that after more than 40 hours of investigative work by Apple engineers, none of the cases were a result of a breach of Apple's iCloud or Find My iPhone systems.We wanted to provide an update to our investigation into the theft of photos of certain celebrities. When we learned of the theft, we were outraged and immediately mobilized Apple’s engineers to discover the source. Our customers’ privacy and security are of utmost importance to us. After more than 40 hours of investigation, we … [Read more...]

How to delete your photos from iCloud

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There is a convenience associated with iCloud or any cloud based storage service that stores your data. We've become increasingly reliant on our smartphones. They are home to our important documents, spreadsheets, personal information, contacts and photos. The iPhone has long been a replacement for point and shoot cameras, with quality now approaching the quality found on a DSLR. In most instances, the iPhone is more adept at backing up data, thanks in part to iCloud. Once activated, the process is seamless, provided you have enough storage available. That problem is likely to be solved with the forthcoming pricing changes when iOS 8 releases this month. While your data is password protected, there is a big difference in the levels of … [Read more...]

Video Shows Best Look Yet At 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Rear Shell

5.5-inch iPhone 6 rear shell

A new video has surfaced from, claiming to be the rear shell of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Despite rumors of two sizes, one being a 4.7-inch model, the second larger 5.5-inch hasn't seen much in the way of part leaks. The lack of part leaks has called into question rumors of Apple's plans to release not one, but two new iPhones. The video is presented without commentary.The rear shell continues the design theme we've come to expect from iPhone 6 leaks thus far. The body appears to be much thinner than the current generation. The rear casing shows a curved design and the antenna lines appear to be part of the final design, though nothing is confirmed until Apple makes it's formal announcement. The antenna cut-outs … [Read more...]

Apple Considering $400 Starting Price For Range Of Wearable Devices


According to a new report from re/code, Apple executives are said to be discussing price points for their forthcoming wearable device, giving consideration to $400 as the cost for the entry level model. The new wearable, unofficially dubbed the iWatch, might make its debut at the upcoming September 9th event. It will share a very big stage at the Flint Center, alongside the iPhone 6. A sale price of $400 for Apple's new wearable would be for the entry-level model, one of several models. … [Read more...]

Apps of the Week, Hyperlapse, Bioshock, Contact Center and more!

Apps of the week

As the summer draws down and the back to school rush begins, pens, pencils and backpacks shouldn't be the only thing on your shopping lists. This week, we get our Gordon Gekko on, walk with the dead, rick-roll our friends with a single tap and welcome a veritable classic to our stable of iOS games. It's time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for August 29th, 2014. … [Read more...]

Apple Plans Wearable Intro On Sept 9th, Shipping 2015

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There has been no shortage of speculation regarding Apple's now official September 9th event. While the event is widely expected to be the formal introduction of the iPhone 6, it will also mark the introduction of Apple's wearable device, which most have dubbed the iWatch. Whether it takes the form of a traditional watch remains to be seen. As for its unveiling, that will come at the Apple event taking place next month at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California. Though it will be introduced at the event, sources have told the reliable John Paczkowski not to expect on shelves until early 2015. … [Read more...]

Apple Invites Sent For September 9th Event

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Apple has sent invites for an event on September 9th, as previously rumored. The invite reads, "Wish we could say more." The event will take place at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino at 10:00 a.m. PST. Those lucky enough to be in attendance need to arrive by 8:00 a.m. and the invite suggests they arrive early.The event should end almost a year of speculation regarding Apple's new iPhone. It is highly anticipated that Apple will use the event on September 9th to introduce at least one new iPhone 6, which will include big changes to the size of the display. Most are expecting Apple to ship a new iPhone 6 that features a 4.7-inch display. If you are looking for suitable comparisons, the Moto X and HTC One M7 also … [Read more...]

Bloomberg: Apple Preparing 12.9-inch iPad for 2015

With Apple expected to introduce a much larger iPhone next month, the rumors have rightly shifted to the iPad. Amidst reports of sluggish tablet sales, Apple is reportedly prepared to have its suppliers begin production on a 12.9-inch iPad. Continuing the trend of going big, this new larger iPad is slated for an early 2015 release, according to Bloomberg sources. … [Read more...]

Apps of the Week, Star Walk II, Camu, Swing Copters and more!

Apps of the week

As we move into the dog days of summer, the App Store offers up some cool hits. This week, we point our iPhones to the sky, find fun under the sky, experience some fabulous filters, discover an appetite for arcade gaming and when we're not staring into our retina displays, we're stargazing. It's time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for August 24th, 2014. … [Read more...]