Apple introduced new patches for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that can save you from being hacked. The releases were iOS 14.7.1 and iPadOS 14.7.1 and macOS Big Sur 11.5.1. With the release of the macOS Big Sur just last week, updates are already available because of how vulnerable your device is without the patches.
Apple is apparently dealing with another innovation that may end up being helpful in the post-COVID-19 period. The tech giant has been allowed a patent for programming that will allow iOS users to click a bunch of selfies without requiring individuals to be together, in turn encouraging social distancing. Apple could be contemplating a FaceTime-like programming that masterminds selfies of various individuals and places them in one single photograph, seeming like it was clicked as if they were together. Read More
Apple will allegedly bolster iOS 14 for all iPhone models that can run iOS 13. This recommends the tech-giant wouldn’t roll out any improvements in the rundown of perfect gadgets for the following iOS rendition from what it offered a year ago. The new advancement is, obviously, uplifting news for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus clients as the two of them were propelled with iOS 9 in September 2015. Apple is facilitating its WWDC occasion not long from now where we’re probably going to get an official word on the similarity of iOS 14. Read More
The latest iOS 13.5 updates has brought about many new and exciting features and one of them hitting the headlines is Apple’s FaceTime which has apparently brought in Zoom-Like features. Read More
Apple has released a new update for a set of older iPhones and iPads today because otherwise it would lead to these devices not working properly. The device in focus is the iPhone 5 which means for the users who still use it, they need to update the software immediately as they can’t access many functions from 3rd November. Read More
Apple reveals the latest iOS software release, the update bringing a number of improvements and upgrades to the company’s mobile offering, is now available to download for free. The last time that Apple launched an iOS update was on October 31st with iOS 10.1.1, with the developer preview of iOS 10.2 being released the same date. This update includes several major features and many bug fixes.
The new software update iOS 8.1.2 released by Apple will fix the issue regarding vanishing ringtones from users’ iOS devices. Apple users were facing issues whereby ringtones purchased through iTunes disappeared from their device. iOS 8.1.2 is here to resolve this problem. This seems to be the only change in the update. To restore the ringtones visit itunes.com/restore-tones. The update can be downloaded by going to Settings > General > Software Update on your device.
Within three months of its previous iOS 7.1.1 update Apple plans to release new update, iOS 7.1.2, which it has distributed to carrier partners for testing. According to a report by MacRumors, the update has a number of bug fixes, security patches and a resolution to an email encryption issue which was discovered in April. The issue prevents email attachments to be saved with proper encryption protection. Besides addressing the email encryption issue, the new update iOS 7.1.2 will also resolve the bug due to which the Mail app fails to download email messages. Read More