Paul Gallagher is a published author from Melbourne, Australia with several works to his name, including Faith and Duty, a biography of Australian politician, John Anderson. Paul suffers from an autoimmune condition that necessitated strict isolation during the pandemic. Through the use of Camo, Paul was able to find other ways to stay connected. We talked to Paul about his experience.
Now's my time to write what I've written every year for the last 12 years: iPhone Backup Extractor is compatible with the first beta versions of the new iOS. We shipped iPhone Backup Extractor 7.7.27 last week, adding support for the changes Apple have made to Messages. It's also fully compatible with macOS 11.
Following our analysis in May of UK's NHSX tracking app, the news that the UK is switching to use Apple & Google's Exposure Tracking APIs, and the recent appearance of contact tracing on iPhones, I'm sharing analysis of what's happened since and looking at a couple of popular misconceptions.
We conducted research into when users are most active on dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble, Grindr and Hinge, to help you find the best time to get a date. Time is of the essence when it comes to online dating: the quicker you act, the more likely you are to move forward.
Online data collection is increasingly insidious and continuous. This article aims to help you protect your data by making you aware of how your data is vulnerable, and we share some tips on what you can do to help keep your data secure.
iPhone Backup Extractor and Reincubate's iCloud API are fully compatible with the changes in iOS 12. As of today — following Apple's recent changes — Reincubate is the *only company able to access iCloud backups created from all versions of iOS.
Today's release of iPhone Backup Extractor introduces a new dimension of data that we're able to help users access. As with almost all of the changes we make, this is rolled in for all users, at no extra cost.
We are happy to announce that iOS 11 is now supported by the Reincubate Cloud API. Along the way, we discovered a few interesting changes that you probably didn’t know from the WWDC '17 announcement alone.