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Apple’s two-step ID verification expands to more countries
Apple expanded the reach of one of its strongest security features to more users this week, following a limited rollout earlier this year. Apple’s two-step verification for its Apple ID account system is now in more than a dozen additional countries beyond the five it launched with in late March, 9to5Mac reports. Some of those newer countries include Canada, Mexico, Russia, and Italy. The system sends a four-digit passcode by text message to a user’s phone and must be used on top of a regular password. In practice, this could keep an account from being compromised by an attacker, unless that person had access to the mobile device too.Apple is one of several technology companies that uses the feature, a group that includes Google, Facebook, Yahoo, PayPal, and Dropbox. Its arrival came a little less than a year after Apple required users to set up security questions for their online accounts, a common security measure that is removed once two-step verification is enabled.CNET has contacted Apple for a full list of countries that will get the feature. We will update this post when we know more.Apple’s venue all dressed up for ‘little’ event on Tuesday
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Ahead of its much-anticipated news event tomorrow, Apple has already prepared the outside of the venue.That event, which is widely expected to bring the smaller version of the iPad, is being held here in the California Theatre. Unlike its events at the Moscone Center or the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in downtown San Francisco, the outside signage here is minimal. Apple has simply put “Apple Special Event” on the outside marquee, along with colorful posters donning the company’s logo. CNET took a field trip to snap a few shots of the venue, which you can see in the slideshow below. The company is still in the process of adding some last minute details.Apple sets the stage for Oct. 23 event (…See full gallery1 – 4 / 9NextPrevThe last time Apple used the theater was its 2005 press conference, which brought the iPod video and new versions of the iMac. The year before, Apple used the venue to debut its U2 edition iPod and color iPod models.The event itself kicks off at 10 a.m. PT tomorrow. CNET will be there to cover it live. For more details on that, go here.CNET’s live coverage of Apple’s event on Tuesday Apple’s VP of Europe Cagni leaves company, report says
Apple vice president of Europe Pascal Cagni has left the company, according to a report.French newspaper Le Figaro is reporting today, citing an unnamed source, that Cagni resigned from Apple yesterday (heres an English translation). The publication didn’t say where he might have gone. Apple has not confirmed that Cagni has left the company, and his LinkedIn profile still shows him as employed by the iPhone maker.Cagni joined Apple back in April 2000 to head up the company’s European operations. According to reports at the time, he was hand-picked by Steve Jobs for the post. Prior to his time at Apple, Cagni served as vice president of consumer products for NEC/Packard Bell Europe.Cagni’s reported departure comes less than a year after Apple’s Ron Johnson left his post as head of retail to take over as president and CEO of J.C. Penney.CNET has contacted Apple for confirmation of Cagni’s departure. We will update this story when we have more information.
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