How Hackers Break iCloud Locked iPhones

· Andrew Orr · News

Some hackers and scammers found a way to break iCloud locked iPhones. It involves using a special phishing kit and social engineering.

iOS: How to Find Your iPhone with Your AirPods

· Melissa Holt · Quick Tip

Got an Apple Watch? You can use it to ping a lost iPhone in your house. But did you know that you can do that with your AirPods, too, assuming they’re set up to do so? You can, and we’ve got the trick to it in today’s Quick Tip!

How to Use Find My iPhone Without Your Trusted Devices

· Melissa Holt · Quick Tip

Learn how to generate an app-specific password

Once you enable two-factor authentication for your Apple ID, you have to have one of your trusted devices to be able to recover the others, right? Yep. Totally. You’ll be lost without them! We kid, we kid. You can actually still log in to Find My [Device] online without using any verification codes, and we’ll tell you how in today’s Quick Tip! Sorry for scaring you like that.

iOS 10.3: Using "Find My AirPods"

· Melissa Holt · Quick Tip

Apple AirPods with iPhone

This Quick Tip is about the new “Find My AirPods” feature that’s available now with iOS 10.3. If you’ve lost one of those tiny white headphones somewhere in your house, this’ll help you locate it, and Melissa Holt’s gonna tell you how!

iOS 10.3 for iPhone and iPad Adds Find My AirPods Feature

· Jeff Gamet · News

Find My iPhone app tracks lost AirPods in iOS 10.3

If you’re worried about losing your fancy new AirPods, Apple has your back—or your ear. iOS 10.3, which was released as a beta to developers on Tuesday, includes a newFind My AirPods feature to help you track down your wayward wireless earpods.

iCloud Family Sharing Users Can Remotely Wipe Each Other's Devices [Updated]

· Jeff Gamet · Quick Tip

iCloud Family Sharing is great for letting your family share apps, videos, music, photos, and more without sharing an Apple ID. If you’re using Find My iPhone along with iCloud Family Sharing, however, there’s a chance someone could accidentally—or intentionally—remotely erase your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.