2-Factor Authentication

It looks like Apple quietly removed the option to disable 2-Factor Authentication. Apple’s support page for 2FA notes that within the first two weeks of enabling 2FA, you can still revert. “Certain features in the latest versions of iOS and macOS require this extra level of security, which is designed to protect your information.” No … Continue reading 2-Factor Authentication

Face ID vs/and Touch ID

It’s always good to have a choice. I’m not a big fan of the iPhone X’s Face ID (or Face recognition on my Surface Pro4) because it requires you to hold the phone (more or less) directly in front of your face. I prefer the iPhone’s fingerprint scanner on the front or the Nokia’s on … Continue reading Face ID vs/and Touch ID

iOS internal Outsourcing Service

for the the quality management of Apple With the release of iOS 11, Apple developers made too many assumptions, breaking the fragile security/convenience balance and shifting it heavily onto convenience side. Once an intruder gains access to the user’s iPhone and knows (or recovers) the passcode, there is no single extra layer of protection left. … Continue reading iOS internal Outsourcing Service