Apple has silently updated older versions of iOS with new builds. The two new iOS builds include iOS 9.3.6 and 10.3.4. The builds are specifically meant for older iPad and iPhones that cannot be updated to the latest iOS.
Apple has released macOS 10.14.6, which is expected to be the last update for Mojave before moving on to macOS Catalina. The update focusses on fixing bugs and security issues.
Apple today released iOS 12.4 to the public. While the beta builds of iOS 12.4 did not contain any new feature, Apple has added some new features to the final build of the OS.
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Apple Releases iOS 12.4 with New iPhone Migration Utility, watchOS 5.3 Expands ECG Support to Canada & Singapore
Apple has released the final build of iOS 12. 4 and watchOS 5.3. Both updates are pretty major in nature and fix some underlying bugs as well.
Slack is arguably one of the most popular collaborative tools for teams of all sizes. Slack has helped distributed teams work together with minimum lag and downtime. Now, the company has announced a significant update to its desktop client. The Slack update promises 33% faster launch time, 10x faster launch of VoIP calls and half the memory usage.
In around two months from now, Apple will unveil the 2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max. Thanks to leaks though, we already have a good idea of what to expect from these smartphones.
The @pwn20wnd team is out with Unc0ver 3.3.8 update which fixes the stability issues with the Sock Puppet exploit and adds support for 4K devices like the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and 2018 iPad Pro running iOS 12.1.3 – iOS 12.2.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is out with a new report which puts the spotlight on Apple’s new design chief and COO Jeff Williams. The report states that after Tim Cook, Williams is the “second-most important person” at Apple and that he is possibly the company’s next CEO.
Apple is known to use the best possible OLED and LCD panels on its devices. For the last two years, the iPhone X and iPhone XS have taken the crown of the Best Smartphone Display after their launch. It looks like in a bid to improve the display and UI experience further, Apple is planning to switch to 120Hz display on its 2020 iPhone lineup.