It doesn't look like much of a challenge, really.
WireLurker and Masque Attack show the different paths Apple has taken for app security, and how Apple could loosen the reins of iOS without putting most users at additional risk.
This week's roundup of new and improved apps brings an offering from the one and only Taylor Swift. If you're not a fan, well: Shake it off.
Apple gets more helpful hints from pundits who have nothing to lose.
Another day, another reason developers will stop developing for iOS.
Covering ridiculous Apple "scandals" is a dirty job but someone's got to do it. Apparently.
The company advised that people stick to trusted sources for downloading apps
This week's roundup of apps includes a World War II-themed game almost as expensive as the war itself. Plus, apps for music, news, and more.
Thousands of users may be infected with malware that collects data from an iOS device, Palo Alto Networks said--though the malware is only found in a third-party app store that offers free versions of premium software.
Is "early 2015" the same thing as "spring"? Who knows?