iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Adoption Rates Reach 63% and 50% Respectively

iPhone and iPad running on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

Apple’s App Store support page on Apple’s Developer portal has brought an announcement for developers. It has released the data on the adoption rates of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. According to this new announcement, the rates for the adoption of iOS 15 is 63%. In the meantime, iPadOS 15 adoption rates is around 50% at the moment.

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Apple To Discontinue iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus

iPhone 6S. source: Apple

According to rumors, Cupertino based tech corporation Apple intends to discontinue three models of their iPhone devices. This will be done by suspending all further updates for these smartphones. A separate report appears to corroborate this rumor, stating that once the iOS 16 is released, it is expected that Apple will be discontinuing three smartphone models of the iPhone flagship. 

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Apple’s Airpods Pro Glitch affects iPhone 13 Users

iPhone 13 model in blue

Apple’s AirPods Pro offers the feature of noise cancellation in order to eliminate ambient noises which interfere with music for a better auditory experience. This can further be disabled by users if needed, by turning on the Transparency Mode. The Transparency Mode allows users to listen to the background noise, and is especially helpful for instances such as walking through traffic while playing music. However, a recent glitch in iOS 15 has been preventing users from being able to use the noise cancellation feature in iPhone 13 devices.

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Following Apple’s Footsteps, Samsung Adds New Browser Feature

While netizens can never quiet decide unanimously between Apple and Samsung, as of late, Apple appears to be taking the lead, with Samsung following in its footsteps. Case in point: the online uproar over Samsung’s update to its Internet web browser, which is strikingly similar to Apple’s recent update to its own browser, Safari.

Apple recently released its iPhones’ iOS 15 update, which comes with many changes to its own web browser – Safari. One of these changes is the option to move the address bar to the bottom of the browser screen, while previously it had been a permanent fixture at the top of the screen.

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Apple Releases iOS 15.0.1 Update With Major Bug Fixes

Apple recently launched its iOS 15. Soon after the launch, there were reports of different kinds of issues faced by the users. Among these, the one that was affecting users the most was the “Unlock With Apple Watch” issue because of which iPhone 13 users were not able to unlock their devices using the Apple Watch when they had their masks on. The iPhone 13 users can now relax as Apple has released a new software update in which along with other bug fixes, the Settings app showing full storage on the iPhone, the above-stated problem has also been resolved.

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iOS 15 Announced At WWDC, See Which Phones Will Support It

After a lot of speculations and a lot of waiting, Apple has finally launched its iOS 15 yesterday at the WWDC. A lot of interesting features have been made available using this update. A lot of features are those that are available in the already existing features with granular control. However, apart from these, the privacy of the users has been taken into account with this update by Apple. With iOS 15, more power has been given to the users to decide what is best for them as far as privacy is concerned. The first developer beta is available now but it will officially be released around September hopefully with the new iPhone.

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