Top Apple News Today:

TeenSafe Leaks Thousands of Apple IDs Info: As reported by ZDNet, TeenSafe, an app that allow parents to monitor their teenagers' phone activity has suffered data breach, it leaked tens of thousands of login credentials, including the Apple IDs of children, and at least 10,200 records affected by it.

The data was hosted on Amazon servers as it remained unprotected and accessible without a password. But now, the servers have been temporarily pulled offline, and the company's representative stated that the company has begun to send out additional info to users, and will be provide further details in the future.


Apple Updates Clips App Ahead World Cup: Ahead of the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup that will kick off in Russia on June 14th, Apple has updated its Clips app with new soccer graphics that can be added to videos, it includes a new football tag and soccer-related background poster that contains customizable text elements as well.

Apple Shares New Animoji Karaoke Ad: Apple recently shared a brand new Animoji karaoke ad on its Korean YouTube channel, and promoted the iPhone X's Animoji feature with the new single “Citizen Kane”, sung by Hyukoh, an independent band that is very popular in Korea, yet comes ahead of the planned release on May 31.

Apple Loses Netflix Over Obama's Production Deal: The New York Times reported that former US President Barack Obama have signed a production deal with Netflix, which will see two productions of TV shows and movies. On the other hand, Apple has interested in the deal, but apparently, they have lose the chance.

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