The New York Times has revealed that iPhone apps are constantly reporting our every movement to a shadowy collection of location-data companies. If that creeps you out (as it should!) read on to learn how to protect your location privacy.
If you have an iMac Pro, or a Mac mini, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro introduced in 2018 or later, your Mac has an Apple T2 security chip. Read on to learn about what the T2 does for you and the tradeoffs it requires.
We’ve all had it happen. “Can I use your Mac for a minute to check my email?” The answer can be “Yes,” here’s how to do it safely.
macOS 10.14 Mojave changes how privacy works on the Mac by making apps ask for permission to use the camera, microphone, and quite a bit more. Here’s how this works and what you should do when prompted.
Many of the big Internet companies make their money by assembling a dossier of information about you and then selling advertisers targeted access to you. Luckily, that’s not true of Apple—here are a few of the ways Apple protects your privacy.