Apple has released iOS 13.5.1 today, which the company says “provides important security updates and is recommended for all users,” albeit without much detail in the change log. But as noted by Twitter account Apple Software Updates, the update is meant to patch out the kernel vulnerability used by the recent Unc0ver jailbreak. Apple’s support … Read more Apple releases iOS 13.5.1, patching out the Unc0ver jailbreak
Apple is considering letting users set third-party apps as the iPhone and iPad’s default web browsers and email clients, Bloomberg reports. The company is also reportedly working on allowing third-party music services like Spotify to run directly on its HomePod smart speaker, bypassing the need to stream them from an Apple device over AirPlay. Although the plans … Read more Apple considers allowing apps like Chrome and Gmail to be set as iOS defaults
Apple recently released its first iOS 13 update of the year to enhance user experience via bug fixes and security updates. Among improvements, the latest iOS 13.3.1 update brings major update that will enable users to disable the location-tracking functionality of the U1 Ultra Wideband chip. This essentially means that there is an option to toggle … Read more Apple releases iOS 13 update. Check out the key details
Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes six all-new iPhone 12 phones, the return of the iPhone SE, Apple’s return to CES, updates to iOS and MacOS, critical security updates, the Podcasts app problem, and a landmark day for the r/Apple community. Apple Loop … Read more Apple Loop: Massive iPhone 12 Leak, iOS Denial Of Service Attack Is Fixed, Exciting iPhone SE2 Exposed
Following the releases of iOS 13 and iOS 13.1, Apple is currently beta testing iOS 13.2. The update is currently available in developer beta and public beta, but what about a general release? What’s new? iOS 13.2 includes several notable features. First and foremost, there are over 60 new emoji and emoji variations in iOS … Read more When will Apple release iOS 13.2 to the public?
Apple released iOS 13 on September 19. Since then, there’s been iOS 13.1, followed by iOS 13.1.1 last Friday. Today, the fourth iOS 13 iteration has dropped. Here’s everything you need to know including what’s in it and how to download it. iOS 13.1.2 is here. Already. APPLE Incidentally, the update is pretty much all about fixing issues. … Read more Apple iOS 13.1.2: Another Surprise Update With More Essential Fixes
Apple iOS 13 APPLE Who Is It For? iOS 13 removed support for two generations of iPhone, so iOS 13.1 will run on the iPhone 6S and newer. Compatible devices should receive an automatic upgrade prompt, but if you haven’t had one navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. Beta testers, if you are running … Read more Apple iOS 13.1 Release: Should You Upgrade?
We’re just two weeks away from September 10th, the day Apple is likely to announce the iPhone 11 to the world — which means there isn’t much time to finish its iOS 13 operating system before launch. But what if Apple wasn’t actually planning to finish it by then, and will just admit that iOS 13 isn’t … Read more Apple releases iOS 13.1 beta before iOS 13 is even out
Tomorrow marks World Emoji Day, and Apple is getting a head start on the festivities by detailing 59 new iOS emoji coming later this year. Apple says the new emoji characters will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch this fall. Headlining the new emoji are a variety of new disability-themed options, which … Read more Apple teases nearly 60 new emoji coming to iOS and Mac this fall [Gallery]
Apple’s iOS 13 is here — or rather, the public beta for iOS 13 has arrived, giving the masses their first chance to take Apple’s latest operating system for a spin. This year, Apple is splitting off its mobile software into two parts: iOS, for the iPhone (and the iPod touch if you still have one), and … Read more IOS 13 HANDS-ON: DARK MODE, APPLE MAPS, REMINDERS, AND MORE