Truecaller is among the most popular caller ID and call blocking apps. It helps you identify unknown callers, offers spam protection, and more. In this brief tutorial, we will show you how to set up Truecaller on your iPhone and use it to identify unknown numbers who call or message you.
The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has warned the public of a recent surge in a creative new robocall scamming scheme that pretends to be Apple and Amazon.
The House of Representatives today took a major step toward cracking down on illegal robocalls by approving a new act aimed at boosting anti-robocalling technology.
iOS 13 brought out a new setting to protect Apple customers from unwanted calls and spammers by automatically sending any calls from unknown people straight to voicemail.
Junk emails, spam, and trash pile up over time in your Mail app and can take up unnecessary space. But who has the time or even remembers to go in and clean out those mailboxes? Instead of doing it manually, you can set the Mail app to routinely remove those unwanted messages for you.
Here’s how to automatically delete junk emails in Mail on Mac.
Carrier T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new feature, Caller Verified, which promises to offer additional, better protections from scammers and spammers than its existing tools.
Email headers contain important details that you may want to view at some point. You can find out the originating and destination email addresses, the path the message takes, the servers the email passes through, the dates and times of the activity, and much more.
These types of details are helpful in tracing messages, investigating spam, and troubleshooting.
So, if you are interested in this information, here’s how to view full email headers in the Mail app on Mac.
It looks like Apple could finally be getting serious about helping to eliminate nuisance calls on iPhones. A new Apple patent for “Detection of Spoofed Call Information,” targets a specific type of calling that has become increasingly annoying in recent years.
Following a Gizmodo report this week alleging Facebook is giving advertisers access to your shadow contact information, the firm's confirmed that it's been using the phone number registered with their two-factor authentication (2FA) system in order to target you with ads.
Apple was supposed to help the Indian government make an anti-spam iPhone app that would let users mark and report spam callers, but instead faces potential legal trouble down the road because the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has warned that iPhone could be "derecognized" from local wireless networks if the company rejects its software.
Apple has been talking with telecom companies in China to find ways to reduce spam received through its iMessage service. This news comes just days after China began criticizing the iPhone maker for allegedly allowing illegal content on its platform.