iOS

Apple releases iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1

This evening, Apple has just released an update for both iOS and iPadOS with version 14.1. An update for HomePod has also been released too. iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 both contain a number of bug fixes including when certain incoming calls wouldn’t show the relevant location information and also an improved compatibility with Ubiquiti wireless access points. As ever, you can update by going to Settings > General > […]

Apple releases iOS 14.0.1 with bug fixes

Just over a week since Apple releases iOS 14 to the public, a new bug fix release is here, with iOS 14.0.1. With this release Apple is focusing solely on bug fixes. One of the features introduced with iOS 14 was the ability to change the default web browser and email app, but a bug occurred which caused those preferences to be reset back to default if the device was […]

Firefox can now be your default browser on iOS 14

With iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, users can now pick different default apps for email and web browsers, but it is down to the app developers to do this, so far Google has updated Gmail and Chrome to support this and now Firefox has done the same. For it to work you need to be running iOS 14 and have the latest version of the Firefox app. Firefox have a […]

Gmail app can now be used as the default mail app on iOS 14

With iOS 14, which Apple released to the public last week on Tuesday, users can now choose to change some default apps such as email and the web browser, Google has now updated its Gmail app for iOS 14 to support this so users can now change their default mail app to be the Gmail app. Google has also updated Chrome for iOS 14, so that can be the default […]

Apple releases iOS 14 for iPhone and iPod touch

Today Apple has released iOS 14 for iPhone, iPod touch bringing App Library, new widgets, App Clips, improved Apple Maps and much, much more. Apple usually releases new iOS updates at 10am PT / 6pm BST but today it was a few hours later, which seemed to spark a lot of complaining on Twitter, even though Apple never says what time it will arrive. We covered all the new features […]

Apple will be releasing iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14 today

At its ‘Time Flies’ event yesterday, where Apple introduced the new Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE as well as the new iPad Air and eighth generation iPad. Apple also surprised everyone with the news that the next generation of software for its devices would be coming today, the 16th September. This left some developers frustrated to say the least as they will have minimal time to get apps […]

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 has stopped signing iOS 10.3.2

When Apple releases minor updates to iOS, it generally waits a few weeks before the new firmware is released and then subsequently blocks any downgrades to any previous versions of iOS, this is only done for a few reasons. Just yesterday, Apple stopped signing iOS 10.3.2 only three weeks after the release of iOS 10.3.3 – an update which only contained a few minor bug fixes. So, why does Apple […]

‪‎iOS‬ 8 is now installed on 68% of active iOS devices

Since the iOS 8 original launch back in September of last year, along side the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it has seen a slowish rate of adoption, but now the growth is picking up. As of January 5th 2015, the rate of adoption of iOS has hit 68%, which is a four percent increase from December 23rd. Apple has also seen strong performance over the holiday period, with […]