If you are backing up your data using iCloud Backup, then you need you watch your steps NOW! In government fight against encryption, Apple has positioned itself as a staunch defender of its user privacy by refusing the federal officials to provide encryption backdoors into its products. When it comes to Apple's iMessage service, the company claims that it can't read messages sent between its devices because they use end-to-end encryption, which apparently means that only you and the intended recipient can read it.
Moreover, in case, if the federal authorities ask Apple to hand over messages related to any of its users, there is nothing with Apple to offer them. There are still hundreds of Millions of Apple users whose data are stored on Apple's servers in plain text even after Apple's end-to-end encryption practice.
It turns out that Apple forgets to offer its so-called privacy benefits to users with iCloud Backup enabled.
If you have enabled iCloud Backup on your Apple devices, the copies of all your messages, photographs and every important data stored on your device, are encrypted on iCloud using a key controlled by the company, and not you. This allows Apple, and hence anyone who breaks into your account, to see your personal and confidential data.
In past, we have seen incidents like The Fappening in which hackers broke into Apple's iCloud accounts to steal nude selfies of over hundred famous celebrities and thus circulated them on the Internet.
Yes, it is possible to do encrypted non-cloud backups locally through iTunes, though it isn't always a so obvious choice to average users. No doubt, Apple provides end-to-end encryption for your messages that even Apple can not access or read it, but only if you avoid the backup feature that it encourages its customers to use every time.
However, Apple doesn't clearly states that by doing so, users otherwise 'unreadable' iMessages and other personal data become very much readable to the company as well as to anyone – whether it's law enforcement agents with a court order or hackers with access to your account. Although it's difficult to say how many Apple users are affected, the most recent estimation from Asymco indicates there were around 500 Million iCloud users in March of 2014.
Motherboard reached out to the company, but neither Apple told the estimated percentage of people using iCloud backup, nor it gave a reason for not giving users the option to store cloud backups that are encrypted locally.
By allowing such backups, Apple doesn't want that its users who forget the passcode could not decrypt their data. In this situation, if Apple ignores such critical loopholes in its products, it would be possible for the federal officials to force the company to hand over its users data citing law orders. Now, tap the OK button to confirm that your iPhone will no longer be backing up your data automatically to your iCloud storage.
Apple's latest desktop operating system, known as Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, sends location and search data of users without their knowledge to Apple's remote servers by default whenever a user queries the desktop search tool Spotlight, which questions users' privacy once again. On one hand, where Apple decided to enable hard drive encryption by default, despite the FBI requests not to do so.
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which was officially released on Thursday, allows Mac users to upload and organize any file types on their own, meaning users can store any type of file they wish in iCloud drive, as long as it's less than 15 gigabytes in size. However, the tech giant noted within Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite's Spotlight preferences that the users' search terms were collected only to improve Spotlight Searches. Safari also has a "Spotlight Suggestions" setting that is separate from Spotlight's "Spotlight Suggestions." This uses the same mechanism as Spotlight, and if left enabled, Safari will send a copy of all search queries to Apple.
Apple has issued the following statement saying that the company had build up the Spotlight search feature in order to protect users' privacy and that Spotlight Suggestions minimizes the information that's sent to Apple.
And on the other hand, Apple CEO Tim Cook is evident on his part, saying that the FBI wants the company to effectively create the "software equivalent of cancer" that would likely open up all iPhones to malicious hackers. Now, some Apple engineers who actually develop the iPhone encryption technology could refuse to help the law enforcement break security measures on iPhone, even if Apple as a company decides to cooperate with the FBI. Citing more than a half-dozen current and former Apple engineers, The New York Times report claims that the engineers may refuse the work or even "quit their jobs" if a court order compels them to create a backdoor for the very software they once worked to secure. Apple previously said that building a new backdoored version of iOS to satisfy the FBI's demand would require up to a month of work and a team of 6-10 engineers, naturally Apple's top software engineers.
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The FBI wants Apple assistant to help the authorities bypass security mechanisms on the San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook's iPhone 5C so that they can extract data from the phone.
Given that the San Bernardino case is currently working its way through the courts and that no one is prepared to stand down, the possibility that Apple might have to comply with the orders is probably years away.
Another Surprising Twist in the Apple-FBI Encryption Case: The Apple ID Passcode Changed while the San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone was in Government Custody.
Yes, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been screwed up and left with no option to retrieve data from iPhone that belonged to San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook. Apple has finally responded to the Department of Justice (DoJ) court filing that attempts to force Apple to comply with an FBI request to help the feds unlock Farook's iPhone, but Apple refused to do so. According to Apple, the company had been helping feds with the investigation since early January to provide a way to access Farook's iPhone, but the problem is that the feds approached the company after attempting a 'blunder' themselves.
Now the FBI is looking for the data on Farook's phone stored between October 19, 2015, and the date of the attacks on December 12, which has not been yet synced with Farook's iCloud account. Just after the terrorist attacks, an unnamed San Bernardino police official 'Reset the Apple ID Passcode' associated with Farook's iPhone 5C "less than 24 hours after the government took possession of the device" in an attempt to access the data. By default, resetting the Apple ID password essentially creates an entirely new device ID on an iCloud account that will not automatically sync device data online, until the user manually configures the newly generated Apple ID password within the device settings. Unfortunately, Farook's iPhone is already LOCKED, and Apple has already refused to provide a backdoor to bypass the device passcode. So, the authorities are now left with no chance to pull off the data from iCloud even if they take the device to the known Wi-Fi range. The Apple ID passcode linked to the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists was changed less than 24 hours after the government took possession of the device, senior Apple executives said Friday. The executives said the company had been in regular discussions with the government since early January, and that it proposed four different ways to recover the information the government is interested in without building a back door. The statement came just hours after the DoJ criticized Apple's response to the court order. This way the feds could search for known WiFi and get the data automatically synced to the associated iCloud account, unless or until Farook had not turned OFF auto-backup purposely. Another possible way to recover the data without unlocking the device could be forcefully pushing (if and only if it is possible to install an update without user interaction) an iOS software update to the target device with an additional inbuilt application that will simply auto-backup every file on the system to a third party server.
Salve community, chi possiede un dispositivo di casa Apple nella sua prima configurazione e necessario inserisce i dati relativi al proprio Apple ID.
Auf dem iPad meiner Frau sdihre Mail und Lesezeichen und Backup uber ihren primaren Acount eingerichtet, uber einen Acount werden Kalender und Kontakte synchronisiert. One of the primary advantages of the stock Mail app is that it can handle multiple mail accounts from a large variety of providers.
The Mail app is an extremely versatile app with an insane amount of options, features, and idiosyncrasies. The main interface of the Mail app contains a list of emails, a search box at the top of the page, and several buttons. Unread emails are denoted by a blue dot next to the name of the sender, while read emails feature no such blue dot. The button in the upper left-hand corner of the main Mail app interface is contextual based on where you are within the app’s mailboxes. At the very bottom of the mail interface is a status bar that lets you know when the last refresh occurred, along with a running tally of how many unread messages remain in any particular view. Every email contained within the list of available emails can be swiped from right to left to invoke two additional buttons—more and trash.
The buttons included are Reply, Forward, Flag, Mark as Unread, Move to Junk, Move Message, and Cancel. At the very top of your screen, in the upper left-hand corner, you’ll find a link that will take you back to the inbox or other mailboxes.
These arrows allow you to navigate to different messages within your mailbox based on order.
If you already have the contact added to your Contacts app, the links will allow you to view more information about that individual. Beneath the header information, you’ll find the subject line of the email and the date and time that the email was sent or received. Beneath the subject line comes the most important part of the email, the body of the message. No matter where you are inside of the stock Mail app interface, the Compose button is always available for quick email composition. To compose a new email, simply tap the Compose button located in the bottom right-hand corner of the stock Mail app interface. The from address and cc and bcc addresses can be modified by tapping the area beneath the to address.
After tapping the from address, you should see a cylindrical list of addresses to choose from at the bottom of the interface. In the upper left-hand corner of the compose pane is a Cancel button for canceling the email. After tapping the Send button to send your message, the new message pane will close, and you’ll find yourself back at your list of emails.

The only types of files that you can attach directly from the stock Mail app are photos and videos. Of course, your email will refresh automatically at intervals configurable within the Mail app’s settings if you have your account set to fetch new mail.
The second way to reply to an email is to use the swipe from right to left gesture on the email while in list view. Replying to an email is easy, because every necessary field is already pre-populated with information. You can also tap the Edit button in the upper right-hand corner of the list view interface, tap the blue button that resides to the left side of an email, and tap the Trash button in the bottom right-hand corner. The next way to delete an email is to open the body of the email and tap the Trash icon in the group of action buttons at the bottom of the interface.
Forwarding email within the Mail app is accomplished in the same manner as replying to an email. To perform a search within the Mail app, you’ll need to scroll up to the top of the screen while in any mailbox to locate the search box.
At the top of the search results, you’ll see two buttons — All Mailboxes and Current Mailbox. Once you locate an email via the search box, you can use the Edit button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen to take action on any of the emails found. The first, and perhaps most obvious method for moving email is from the mailbox containing the list of email. The next way to move email is to use the swipe from right to left gesture on an email in the inbox.
The cool thing about moving email is that it’s not just limited to moving within the mailboxes contained in a particular email account. While it’s possible to move email directly to the junk folder using the Move feature mentioned above, Apple felt that it was necessary to feature a dedicated move to junk option within the stock Mail app in iOS 7.
Like other workflows we’ve discussed thus far, moving email to the junk folder can be accomplished in one of three ways. The second way to move email to junk is to swipe from right to left on a message in the list view, tap the More button, and then tap the Move to Junk option. Lastly, just as with other workflows, you can move items to the junk folder while within an individual email.
Flagged email will contain a small dot denoting its flagged status in the list view of the email.
When you first launch the Mail app on a device without any configured mail accounts, you’ll see the Add Account menu. Apple has made it extremely easy to get started with email on iOS with very few pieces of information. While the iCloud mail setup is extremely easy and straightforward, there are a few advanced options that you can access by tapping the account in the iCloud settings found in the stock Settings app.
Here you can change the name associated to the iCloud account, and the default email address to use when sending from your iCloud account. The last two sections under the Advanced section allow you to alter the outgoing mail server, which generally shouldn’t be done unless you encounter some extenuating circumstances. You can change any of these behaviors to map to a local folder on your device if you do not wish to sync certain folders across all devices linked to your iCloud account. The last two sections allow you to move discarded mail into the deleted mailbox or archive mailbox, and set an interval for automatically removing deleted messages. The mailboxes page contains a list of all of your mailbox shortcuts, along with a list of all of the accounts and mailboxes associated with those accounts. You’ll also find inboxes for each individual email account configured on your device.
While in edit mode, you can tap the dot to the right of the mailbox shortcut to enable or disable the shortcut. You can add additional mailbox shortcuts using the Add Mailbox button at the bottom of the shortcut list.
If you only have one email account configured in the stock Mail app, you will see a create mailbox option in the bottom right-hand corner of the mailboxes interface while in edit mode. If you have multiple email accounts configured, you’ll need to venture into the account before you can create or modify a mailbox.
Once you add a VIP, you should see a VIP Alerts shortcut that will take you to the Notification Center settings so that you can setup custom alerts for new VIP email.
To quickly access drafts, you can use a tap and hold gesture on the Compose button in order to view a list of your drafts. Settings for the stock Mail app can be accessed via the Settings app > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. There are several types of accounts that can be added within the Mail app’s settings, and we touched on a majority of these in the accounts section of this guide. Receiving email can be accomplished one of two ways—by using fetch, which is the traditional and semi-automated process of receiving email at set intervals, and push, which is, in my opinion at least, a more desirable way of receiving mail, because you receive it instantly without needing to refresh.
Not all email accounts support push email in the stock Mail app, in fact, the majority of email accounts that are configurable using the standard canned configurations for Gmail, Yahoo, Aol and the like, probably do not. Beneath the push toggle, you’ll find a panel containing all of the email accounts that you have configured in the stock Mail app. Inside each account you’ll find a section for schedule—which allows you to select between push, fetch, and manual—and, if applicable, pushed mailboxes—a section that allows you to select which mailboxes will use push within an individual account. This section allows you to select how many preview lines are displayed for email in the mailbox list view.
This label option allows you to easily locate emails that have been sent directly to an email account configured in the Mail app or where you have been cc’d to an email account configured in the Mail app. This will force you to acknowledge whether or not you really want to trash a message when deleting using the Trash button on individual email view, or when using the Edit option in the mailbox list view.
Regardless of whether or not you use the ask before deleting option, deleting a message using the swipe from right to left gesture will move a message to the trash immediately. The Always Bcc Myself option is a workaround for POP3 accounts in order to keep a record of your outgoing messages. After you change your Apple ID or password, use the alphabetical list below to make sure that each store or service is using your updated sign-in information. The law enforcement agencies are not at all happy with Apple using stronger encryption in its devices that makes it impossible for them to collar criminals. But, if users don't want their data collected, they can turn off Spotlight Suggestions and Bing Web searches in System Preferences, noted the company. So, users just need to understand that nothing in this world is free, neither Google, Facebook nor this new Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, because you are paying with your information. FBI battle over mobile encryption case is taking more twists and turns with every day pass by.
One way could be if it is possible for Apple to simply restore the changes made to Farook's iCloud account. Ich hatte vor einiger Zeit Mobile Me ausprobiert und wegen technischer Probleme dann den Account geloscht.
There are, of course, alternatives to the stock Mail app such as the official Gmail app and Yahoo Mail app, but no third-party app can match the feature-set and integration of the stock Mail application.
At the very top of the interface you’ll find a header providing context on your current location within the app. When at a folder level view such as the inbox, you’ll see a list of available emails.
Tapping this button places the Mail app into edit mode, which allows you to select emails, mark emails as read or unread, move email, trash email, flag email, etc. When there are no unread messages, you’ll only see a status indicating the last refresh time.
The Trash button is pretty straightforward; tapping it moves the email directly to the trash. Opposite of that, in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, are two navigation arrows—an up arrow and a down arrow. For example, if you tap the down arrow, it will go to the previous message in your mailbox, and if you tap the up arrow, it will go to the next message received.
If you don’t have the contact added to your Contacts app, it will include some generic information about the contact and feature a link to create a new entry based on that information. The Hide button allows you to compact the header information containing the persons involved in the email. The subject line is listed with a bold font, and the date and time information is listed below it. These buttons are the same for each email you view, so you’ll need to be familiar with what they do.
This area will automatically populate a from address based on the default settings for the Mail app contained in the stock Settings app, but you can change it if you have more than one email account configured.
Tap the address that you want to use to send the email, and then tap anywhere within the body of the email to confirm your selection. If you tap the Cancel button, and you don’t actually want to get rid of the work in progress, you can select Save Draft at the bottom of the interface.

Tapping the Send button will send the message that you just composed to your desired recipients. There are a few different ways to attach photos and videos, but the easiest way is to invoke the copy and paste menu by tapping on any area within the body of the message, and then tap insert photo or video. The other way to insert photos or video into an email is to simply copy and paste them directly into the body of the email. This is accomplished by using using the share button in the bottom right hand corner of the Photos app interface. Once the attachment is downloaded, it will give you a better indication as to the app that can be used to open it.
From there, you can use the Share button in the upper right-hand corner of the interface to select the app that you want to use to fully open the attachment. Whenever you open the Mail app, the email accounts configured will automatically check for new mail.
The first way, and most obvious method, is to simply open the body of the email and tap the Reply button that lies within the group of action buttons.
Performing this gesture will display the More button, which in turn will allow you to reply to the email. All you need to do is type in your reply, which resides above the previous content contained within the message. The easiest way to delete an email is to swipe on it from right to left while in list view and tap the Trash button. The advantage of doing it this way is that you can easily select multiple emails and delete them in one fell swoop. The great thing about search is that you have the ability to limit the search to a specific mailbox, or search within all mailboxes. Tap the search box, and the background should dim and the keyboard should appear to allow you to perform a search query. The All Mailboxes button allows you to open up your search to any mailbox available within the Mail app. Tapping the Edit button allows you to Mark, Move, or Trash any of the selected emails originating from a search result. Once you are finished viewing the body of an email, tapping the Search button in the upper left-hand corner of the interface will take you back to the search results. Tap the Edit button in the upper right-hand corner and select each email that you wish to move. Once you do this, tap the More button, and select Move Message(s) to invoke the move interface. While an email is open, tap the Move button in the group of action buttons at the bottom of the interface. No, you can actually move email from one email account to another by utilizing the accounts link in the upper left-hand corner of the move interface. The junk folder, should in theory, help train items that may be viewed as spam, but this is going to largely depend on your email provider. Tap the Edit button in the upper right-hand corner of the interface, and select the email that you want to designate as junk. Tap the Flag button in the group of action buttons at the bottom of the screen, and tap Move to Junk.
You can mark an email as read from the list view using a swipe from right to left gesture, using the Edit menu to mark multiple items as read, or by using the Flag button in the group of action buttons at the bottom of an individual email. It, too can be accomplished via the three ways we’ve discussed in the various workflows above.
The dot appears to the left of the sender’s name while in list view, and to the right of the subject while looking at the individual email. This menu consists of several shortcuts to add accounts using specific mail providers, or if your mail provider is not listed, you can use the Other option.
The only time you’ll need details on servers and the like is when configuring an account manually using the Other option. Here you can assign mailbox behaviors, discard behaviors, enable SSL, adjust IMAP prefixes, etc. If you only have one email account configured on your device, the mailboxes page will contain your configured shortcuts and a list of mailboxes below it.
Simply tap on the mailbox that you created, and you can edit the name of the mailbox, change its location (if applicable), or delete the mailbox outright. The settings for mail is a little weird, because it’s combined with other features like calendars and contacts. Accounts can be configured to do more things than just email, but we’ll be focusing on the email portion of account management and creation in this guide. With this option disabled, mail is immediately moved to the trash without any sort of confirmation. When encountering email with images while this option is enabled, you will see a Load All Images link at the bottom of the email. Most modern email systems have this option, because it’s much more convenient from an organizational standpoint. With POP3 email, the email server isn’t capable of keeping all of your replies from different devices on the server for archival purposes. The same data Apple collects from the users' searched term on Spotlight will also be forwarded to Microsoft's Bing search engine as Apple freely admits in its terms of service.
The More button invokes a sheet containing several options pertaining directly to that single email.
For new users, the email interface can seem a bit complex in nature, so we’re going to step through each feature of the interface and break it down completely from top to bottom. The purpose of these arrows is to allow you to view other emails without going back out to the main mailbox. If either arrow is greyed out, that means that you’ve reached the end of the list in that particular direction. This is useful for when you have a lot of recipients involved in an email, and you want to make the list more compact for easier viewing purposes. It should also be mentioned that iOS is smart enough to learn your preferred from addresses after a period of time of sending email to specific contacts. This is usually denoted by the app icon of the app in question appearing inside the attachment box.
You can also manually refresh your email accounts by using a pull-to-refresh gesture from the main interface. Once you tap the Reply button, you’ll invoke a new sheet that allows you to Reply, Forward, or Print the email. You can do so by using the swipe from right to left gesture while in list view, or you can tap the Reply button in the group of action buttons within an individual email, and select Forward.
Type in your search terms, and the list of emails found will dynamically update with search results. If you’d prefer to narrow your search to a specific mailbox, you can select the Current Mailbox button instead.
Tap the Move button at the bottom of the interface, and select the mailbox where you wish to relocate the email.
You can flag multiple emails in one fell swoop using the Edit button in the upper right-hand corner of your mailbox list view, you can flag an email using the swipe from right-to-left gesture on an individual email in a list, or you can flag an email individually using the Flag button located at the beginning of the group of action buttons.
It’s really too broad of a topic to contain in this tutorial, because of the many types of email accounts and configurations available. If you have multiple email accounts configured, you’ll see shortcuts, followed by a panel for each account, which can then be further broken down into mailboxes pertaining to each account.
The only rule is that you must have at least one shortcut enabled at any given time. Drag handles can also be used to rearrange the mailbox shortcuts in any order that you see fit. You can then venture into an individual account to add a mailbox from that account to your list of mailbox shortcuts. After providing the name, select the mailbox location, and tap Save in the upper right-hand corner.
You can add multiple VIPs, but it’s best to keep the amount at a reasonable number so as to not inundate this special mailbox with potentially unimportant email. See our ultimate Notification Center guide for more detail on how to configure alerts via Notification Center. The more lines you have, the fewer messages will display on screen at once while viewing a mailbox.
It could be a message based on images and devoid of much text, it could be a long email thread with dozens of replies, or it could be a simple Steve Jobs-styled email with a two word reply. If you’re replying to an email or forwarding an email, the subject line will be pre-populated with info pertaining to the email. You’ll also have a Reply All button if there is more than one email address involved in the conversation. You can also compose a new message directly from the drafts interface if you choose to do so.

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