A new report claims Apple will be focusing on bug fixes and performance improvements in this fall’s “iOS 12” release.
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The watchOS 4.3 beta brings back the ability to browse and control playback of a connected iPhone’s music catalog from the Apple Watch.
Apple on Wednesday released an update to their popular Swift Playgrounds app, adding new features such as playground subscriptions, new robots and more to the programming learning app.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 48, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple’s Siri virtual assistant is now in active use on over a half a billion devices.
Apple announced on Tuesday their much-anticipated HomePod smart speaker will arrive in stores on February 9, and will be available for order beginning this Friday, January 26.
Little has been known about Apple’s 2018 iPhone line-up. Yesterday, iDrop News released renderings of what might be the iPhone X’s younger brother, or simply its replacement, dubbed iPhone XI. This report is interesting because of the timing it’s hitting…
A survey of 500 iPhone buyers between October and December shows Apple’s iPhone 8 outsold the flagship iPhone X model.
Apple has shared a new video touting selfies taken with the iPhone maker’s flagship iPhone X device.
Apple says iOS 11 is now installed on 65% of all compatible devices, up six percentage points from the last report in December.
Apple’s “Everyone Can Code” curriculum is expanding to 70 new colleges and Universities in Europe. The program is offered free of charge to schools and colleges.
Apple on Thursday revamped their App Store web interface for app information pages, bringing a new “iOS 11” design aesthetic.
Apple has confirmed that a fix is coming next week for the “chaiOS” issue that allows a malicious link to freeze the Messages app on iOS devices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview on Wednesday that a future iOS update will allow iPhone owners to disable the device’s built-in function that throttles the CPU when the device has a depleted battery.
SIGH! yet another malicious “text bomb” has reared its ugly head, in the form of a website link that can cause system crashes and hangups if received through the Messages app on iOS and macOS devices.
Siri can now automatically provide news podcasts when an iOS 11.2.2 or higher device user asks, “Hey Siri, what’s the news today?”