Tag: iOS

iOS 13 is now running on half of all iPhones

Apple has just confirmed that as of writing, iOS 13 is now running on over half of iPhones, which is showing rapid adoption of the new operating system. iOS 13 was released to the public for download just over a month ago now on September 19th. On Apple’s Developer support page, where this info was submitted – Apple has outlined in a pie chart what devices introduced in the last […]

Apple releases iOS 13.1.3 with an array of bug fixes

Just over a week ago, Apple released iOS 13.1.2 and iPadOS 13.1.2 to fix issues with the camera, iCloud backups and the flashlight, where the light would sometimes not activate. iOS 13.1.2 also fixed a bug where some shortcuts would not run on the HomePod. Now, today Apple has released yet another update for iOS 13 – with iOS 13.1.3. Today’s update fixes a bug where the phone might not […]

Apple releases iOS 12.3.1 to fix issues with Messages

Just over a week ago, Apple released iOS 12.3 which included a brand new Apple TV app, AirPlay 2 improvements as well as the usual bug fixes. Now earlier today, iOS 12.3.1 has been made available for download and it addresses some minor bugs which cropped up. Release Notes iOS 12.3.1 includes bug fixes for your iPhone and iPad. This update: – Fixes an issue that could prevent making or […]

iOS 12.0.1 released, fixes iPhone XS charging bug and WiFi issues

Today, Apple has released the first update to iOS 12 since it was released almost a month ago. iOS 12.0.1, which is now out for download fixes a number of bugs and issues that have occurred since the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max were launched, some users have reported WiFi issues as well as a number of charging issues. Charging issues When the iPhone XS starting shipping out to […]

iOS 12 is out now, here’s how to update and what’s new

Back in June at WWDC Apple as it usually does unveiled this years update for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod touch. iOS 12 includes many new features, but above all the new update focuses on the performance. Apple has mentioned that all supported devices will see some performance improvements. iOS 12 is compatible with all the devices that supported iOS 11 from last year, which is the iPhone 5s […]

With version 7.3, Twitter stops supporting iOS 9

Yesterday, the official iOS app for Twitter was updated to version 7.3 and amongst the usual bug fixes and feature improvements, support for iOS 9 was removed. Granted, not many devices are running a software version that old anymore, most of them can now run iOS 10 or later. iOS 9 If you haven’t updated and have a device that can, we highly encourage you to do so, as in […]

Apple releases third beta of iOS 11.3 to developers

Earlier this week, Apple has released the third beta for iOS 11.3 to registered developers, the main release for public is expected to launch this spring, presumably in March. The new update is mainly focusing on ARKit improvements, adding AirPlay 2 as well as the new battery reporting features. What’s new? So far, the only thing that is different with this release, is support for the iPod touch and the weird […]

Latest iOS beta gives Siri the ability to read news headlines

The latest beta release of iOS 11.2.5 was released this week and according to a recent report from 9to5Mac, buried in the release is the ability for Siri to read the news headlines, and if the news relates to a podcast from iTunes, it’ll then play that podcast. This feature has been a main staple of the Amazon Echo and Alexa, the line of Echo speakers have long been able […]

Apple releases iOS 11.2.1, fixes HomeKit bug and iPhone camera issue

Late yesterday, on the 13th Apple released iOS 11.2.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new update brings a fix for a vunrability in HomeKit, which could allow users to get unauthorised access to control smart devices, which were connected to the HomeKit platform, devices like locks, lights and thermostats. Apple did also fix and issue they had on the server side, but it looks like iOS 11.2.1 fully […]