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Apple now sending email notifications when users sign in to iCloud.com

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Apple is now sending emails to customers once they log in to iCloud.com. This is part of Apple’s latest security upgrades to iCloud, which Tim Cook introduced late final week. In the interview, Cook stated Apple deliberate to launch the function inside two weeks, however clearly it has been deployed a lot sooner. The notification is meant to act as a warning for customers, to detect account infiltrations as early as potential. Supposedly, these emails will solely be despatched as soon as, the primary time an account logs in to a specific gadget, so it shouldn’t spam your inbox with login notifications.

The change comes within the wake of the superstar photograph leak scandal. Similar notifications can be despatched for iCloud restores and password modifications, as soon as the system is absolutely rolled out.

With iOS H, Apple may also dramatically enhance account safety by locking iOS units with two-issue authentication in addition to desktop. Two-issue authentication stays the easiest way to get rid of the ‘hacking’ skilled by the focused celebrities final week.


Filed underneath: iOS, iOS Devices Tagged: Apple, Hacks, icloud, iOS, Security

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