iPod

Apple launches new, faster iPod touch

Yesterday, on Tuesday this week Apple announced that a new 7th generation iPod touch is out. Main features are that it is now based on the iPhone 7 internals as opposed to the iPhone 6 with the last model – from 2015. What’s new? The new iPod touch shares a lot of the same components as the last two models, with the 5th generation from 2012 and the 6th generation […]

Apple says that 80% of iOS devices that can, are now using iOS 12

Since iOS 12 was launched last September, the initial pickup was generally quick, especially compared to the previous year with iOS 11. This was mainly down to the focus on basic improvements for performance and stability, whereas iOS 10 and iOS 11 were much more buggy, in comparison. iOS 12 Now, this week Apple has now published new numbers, mainly aimed at its developers detailing the current adoption rate for […]

iOS 12.1.3 for iOS and HomePod released to fix a host of bugs

This week, Apple has released a much needed bug fix update for iOS 12, with iOS 12.1.3. This update applies to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and the HomePod, as the HomePod basically runs a lighter version of iOS, it gets all the updates too. What has been fixed? Messages Some users had issues with Messages, where if you scrolled through a list of images in the details panel, it would […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

16 years ago today, the first iPod was unveiled

Today is a big milestone in Apple’s history, 16 years ago today Steve Jobs stock to the stage at the Apple Town Call at Apple’s campus and unveiled the next big thing for the company, at leas for the foreseeable 9 years. Steve Jobs showed off the iPod, which at the time had a 3.5mm headphone jack (shocker), a hold switch, non-colour screen and a physical click wheel which actually […]