This version allows you to open, browse, and analyse any .logarchive bundle, from a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or more. Ideal for forensic analysis.
macOS doesn’t work like it used to. With heuristic task dispatching and sensitivity to factors like quality of network service, troubleshooting can get fiendishly difficult.
Why did Apple keep the headphone socket on its new MacBook Pro, but remove it from new iPhones?
Tim Cook told us that Apple has been investing heavily in unreleased products and services. It is reaping rich rewards from its services already.
The UK’s National Crime Agency has revealed how it plans to force Apple to open up encryption to it. Will it work?
Should we worry about claimed adverse effects of smartphones on book reading? And who suffers most if we close libraries?
If you think this is an end to the story of the San Bernardino iPhone, be prepared for further surprises. It’s not done yet.
One iPhone to unlock or hundreds? And what about all those expensive UFEDs, which are designed to do just that?
Our politicians are busy playing unintended consequences again.
Much of our data protection and privacy law dates from the last century. Instead of breaking privacy down, politicians should be protecting it better.