Tag: iOS

Apple launches new 8th generation entry level iPad

Yesterday, at its ‘Time Flies’ event, Apple introduced a new updated iPad, bringing the entry level model up to the eighth generation with this new relatively minor update. The seventh generation from 2019 was the first model to jump from a 9.7-inch screen size to the larger 10.2-inch screen and the new eighth generation is visually identical to the outgoing model. Apple has updated the chip from the A10 to […]

Apple releases iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 with new Apple News features and digital car key

Today Apple has released what is most likely the last version of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 before iOS 14 is released later this year, with iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 Apple has added a new Apple News+ Audio service, improvements to the way automatic updates are handled as well as a digital car key for the iPhone. The digital car key feature was announced last month at WWDC with […]

iOS 13.6 beta has revealed new options for automatic iOS updates

This week, the second beta of iOS 13.6 was released to developers and thanks for Jeremry Hortwiz on Twitter, we now know some details about some improvements to iPadOS and iOS in regard to how automatic OS updated are handled. You can now choose to allow automatic downloads and or installs without user conformation. Automatic updates will only happen over WiFi and users will now be able to disable automatic […]

Report: iOS 14 will support devices that can run iOS 13 now

According to a report from The Verifier the upcoming update to iOS, which is due to be announced at WWDC 2020 later this month is expected to be able to run on the same devices which are now running iOS 13. iOS is due to be announced at WWDC and based on the past eight years, will be released to the public in September alongside the next generation of iPhone. […]

Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.4.1 now that iOS 13.5 is out

iOS 13.5 was released last week and it brought some necessary features for the ongoing coronavirus, such as support for the Exposure Notification API as well as optimising Face ID for users who are wearing masks, which is a lot of users now. iOS 13.4.1 was released in early April and only really fixed a bug which prevented FaceTime calls between iOS 13 and devices on iOS 9.3.6 and earlier, […]

Google Fi now supports eSIM for current iOS users in the US

Google Fi in the US has supported the iPhone for a while now and now this week, Google is starting to allow current iPhone subscribers to use eSIM on newer iPhone models on its mobile network. From April onwards, new customers to Google Fi using an iPhone could use eSIM but now existing customers can now too. eSIM works on iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone […]

Apple releases iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 with support for the the Exposure Notification API

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 with support for the Exposure Notification API as well as other improvements. iOS 13.5 has been in beta for a while and brings features and improvements to help users deal with the coronavirus issues a bit better. Exposure Notification API iOS 13.5 brings support for the Exposure Notification API which has been co-developed between Apple and Google and this will apps better […]

Apple releases iOS 13.4.1 with fix for the FaceTime issue

Today, Apple has released a minor update for iOS 13, with iOS 13.4.1 which aims to fix a recent bug with FaceTime. iOS 13.4 was released before this update, about two weeks ago. iOS 13.4 came with iCloud Folder Sharing as well as cursor and trackpad support for iPad with iPadOS 13.4. A bug was discovered recently for FaceTime where users running iOS 13.4 were unable to video call users […]

Apple has now stopped signing iOS 13.3.1 now that iOS 13.4 is out

Apple released iOS 13.4 last week on Tuesday, which brought many new features such as iCloud Folder Sharing, a fix for the Mail toolbar and a few other new features. Now that iOS 13.4 has been out for over a week Apple has decided to not sign iOS 13.3.1 which makes downgrading impossible. iOS 13.4.5 was released to developers in beta this week, which has added a new feature for […]

Apple releases iOS 13.4 – now with iCloud Folder sharing and more

Today Apple has released iOS 13.4, as well as iPadOS 13.4, tvOS 13.4, macOS 10.15.4 and audioOS 13.4 for HomePod. iOS 13.4 has been in beta for a little while and includes some significant improvements to the iPhone. Changes Mail With iOS 13, Apple made some very weird decisions with the iOS toolbar, condensing everything into one icon and now after a number of public complaints, iOS 13.4 now reverts […]