Apple has finally released iOS 11.2 and every iPhone and iPad user should download this software update right away. Apart from new features, it also fixes a lot of bugs including the infamous calculator issue.
Apple has just pushed out its latest iOS 11.0.3 update for the iPhone and iPad. If you’re having touch-screen issues after upgrading to iOS 11, Apple finally has a fix for you.
Apple just released a brand new version of iOS, version 10.3, and it comes with a whole list of improvements and optimisations. One of the biggest ones is the fact that this new operating system apparently frees up additional storage on your device.
I know, I know, the title might be a little confusing. But that is exactly what Apple‘s new application for iOS is — a simple video and photo capture + editor designed to capture “social videos” without actually having its own social network to share it on.
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Before Apple reveals the next iPhone, the Cupertino giant has announced its latest software update with iOS 10. According to Apple, this is the biggest update yet and we are running down the top 10 new changes that are coming to your iPhone.
Apple’s App Store and iTunes are down in a bizarre service interruption that has caused practically all their uses to be unable to purchase anything using the services.
At the moment they appear to be fine as you can still surf though the listings on both stores and make the odd download (in some cases, not all) but you cannot actually purchase anything; and the issues have been happening since earlier today and have yet to be fixed. The Mac App store as well as their iBooks store are also still unavailable to make purchases as well, in one of the biggest service outs Apple has had this year.
Apple hasn’t said how far along it is in the recovery process, but you can check out which services are still functional here.
It’s been a constant battle between the smartphone giants Apple and Android, with Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus currently taking the world by storm with their record breaking sales. It seems that in anticipation of their high sales around the world, Apple has actually published a guide, that targeted Android users that had “converted” to Apple’s sleek iOS.
Look’s like Apple has fired shots first, confident that current Android users have decided to jump ship. In quick response, Google has decided to shoot back, by having the same strategy at play, to create a guide for iPhone users that migrate to Android.
“Get going on Android”, a newly published guide that helps iPhone or iPad users with their migration from iOS to Android. The guide mostly covers nearly every aspect of transferring your data from iOS to Android, such as transferring photos, your iTunes library of songs to Google’s Play Music, and most importantly, your phone and email contacts from iCloud, that’s also coupled with setting up your email addresses.
Apple has released a minor iOS update version 5.1.1 which fixes a couple of bugs along with some reliability improvements. According to the update details, it addresses the HDR photo shooting issue when activated from the lockscreen, switching issue between 2G and 3G networks on iPad, AirPlay, Safari bookmark syncing and issues related to purchases.
You can either upgrade this over the air (OTA) if you’re on the newer iOS or via iTunes through USB cable.
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