iOS

iOS 12 will be available next week, on 17th Sep

At todays Apple Event, where the new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr were announced, Apple also revealed when iOS 12 will be avaible to download. The new release for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and it comes with many performance improvements added especially for older devices including the iPhone 5s, which was actually launched in September 2013. With this release, Apple really wants to focus on speeding […]

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 […]

iTunes Remote app now updated for iPhone X and iOS 12

Apple has long maintained the iTunes Remote app for iPhone and iPad for nearly 10 years now, and today the app has received its first update since sometime last year, in 2017. Today’s update finally adds support for the iPhone X, we get a new look icon and it now supports Apple’s upcoming iOS 12 OS. Also, iPad Pro resolutions are now fully supported. With iTunes Remote 4.4, Apple is […]

Will my iPhone or iPad run iOS 12?

iOS 12 is a big release for this year, with many performance improvements added especially for older devices including the iPhone 5s, which was actually launched in September 2013. With this release, Apple really wants to focus on speeding up the overall experience you have with your phone, so the keyboard loads quicker, apps launch faster and the camera opens much faster. So Apple is really helping users with older […]

FaceTime for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave will support up to 32 callers

Along with all the updates we had yesterday from Apple to iOS 12, FaceTime made a somewhat unexpected appearance on stage, with probably some of the services biggest new features added today since it was launched in 2010 with the iPhone 4 and iOS 4. FaceTime now for the first time supports multiple users, but up to 32 simultaneous callers in the same FaceTime chat, even Apple Watch users can […]

iOS 12 will bring third party navigation apps to CarPlay

With iOS 12, which is coming out later this year – CarPlay is gaining support for third party navigation apps. In the slide fro the keynote, Google Maps, Waze as well as a Chinese app were featured. For Apple, this is a good move – since Apple Maps was launched with iOS 6, in 2012 it hasn’t been the most popular app that Apple bundles with iOS and while every […]

What’s new in iOS 12?

This is it, iOS 12 has been revealed a this years WWDC conference keynote and now the fun starts for all the developers who are at San Jose this week, but we need to learn about what Apple has unveiled on stage for iOS 12. Performance Boy, Apple is hitting the message home hard that they are focusing hard on performance, especially for holder iPhone models, Craig Federighi said on stage […]

Report: iPhone 5s will most likely work with iOS 12

Very soon, we will see the first versions of iOS 12 make appearances this June at Apple’s annual WWDC developers conference, and while we have all the nice positive press surrounding new features, big changes and also security enhancements it’s rarely all good news for those users who are on the older devices, the ones on the bottom of the supported devices list. iPhone 5s Last year, with iOS 11 […]

First beta of iOS 11.4 is now available

A few days ago, Apple released the first beta of iOS 11.4 which shortly followed the release of iOS 11.3 last week and with that release people noticed that a few things were missing. The release of iOS 11.4 aims to fix that. iOS 11.4 With iOS 11.3, Messages in iCloud and AirPlay 2 were missing, the release last week did include a whole host of new features but these […]

iOS 11.3 is released, but for 2018 iPad only

Yes you read that right, today Apple has released the much awaited iOS.3 release to the public but only for the new iPad 9.7-inch which was released yesterday. This move is a little strange, but the specific version of iOS 11.3 might include the initial Apple Pencil support. The new sixth-generation was put on sale yesterday for £319, but the device won’t be shipping out to customers for the next […]