The Business Inside: Epic Vs Apple took an Interesting Turn, Microsoft also defends Fortnite

In a heated battle between Epic Games & Apple, the federal judge on Monday restricted Apple from shutting down an important tool developed by Epic Games. The tools are used by thousands of app makers, which became the subject of an anti-trust battle between Epic Games and Apple. Not to mention, Apple is well-known for bullying other brands, and this time, they crossed a line.

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The Business Inside: Blackbaud Hack Incident, Apple New Security Research Device Program to Make iPhone More Secure

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, the rate at which cyberattacks are growing is a worrisome matter. While everything is going online, it also gives cybercriminals a chance to get their hands on sensitive or important data. Although organizations all over the world are doing everything to keep their security protocols up-to-date, these cybercriminals are still able to find vulnerabilities. So today, we’ll be looking into a recent Blackbaud hacking incident that took place during the COVID-19 pandemic and the new security program Apple is working on to make iPhone more secure.

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The Business Inside: iPhone 12 And Samsung S30 Might Ditch The Charging Block

Rumors are going around regarding iPhone12 that Apple is planning to launch it without a charging device. And now, talks are revolving around Samsung that it might also ditch the charging kit in its new Samsung Galaxy S30. The goal here is to make users buy a separate charger or use existing mobile charging tech that users already have in their homes.

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