Developer Hamza Sood has just tweeted screenshots from iOS 8.1, which reveals some interesting details.
If you needed any more evidence that Apple is planning to position the Apple Watch as a fashion item, look no further than the smartwatch being on display at the Colette fashion boutique in Paris. The photos surface just hours after the French fashion retailer was reported to be hosting a one-day in-store experience showcasing the Apple Watch on September 30 in partnership with Apple.
Earlier this year, Steven Lamar, a pioneer of Beats headphones in 2006, filed a complaint against Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine that claimed he was owed royalties on certain models of headphones that the celebrity-endorsed brand sells. Now, Apple is firing back with a lawsuit against Lamar for allegedly falsely claiming that he is a Beats co-founder.
Just a few hours ago, Apple seeded the first iOS 8.1 beta to registered developers for testing on compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. The pre-release software update contains a number of changes that we’ve outlined ahead. We’ll be keeping this post updated with any other new features and improvements as we uncover them.
A number of Twitter users on Monday evening are reporting that iCloud is inaccessible due to what appears to be downtime affecting select Mac and iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners. The outage is ongoing in the United States, Canada and potentially other regions, as this downtime appears to be a more widescale problem.
Following a report earlier this morning claiming that iOS 8.1, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3 were currently being tested, perhaps indicating a faster software update cycle, Apple has seeded the first iOS 8.1 beta (build number: 12B401) to registered developers for testing. The pre-release software update is available for download through Developer Center for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, accompanied by a build number of 12B401.
Last week, it was reported that a security flaw codenamed “Shellshock” was discovered in the OS X bash command shell on Mac. Apple soon confirmed that the vast majority of users are unaffected by the vulnerability and promised to issue a software update soon, which has just arrived in the form of OS X bash update 1.0 for Mac.
Facebook Messenger and Kindle are the latest apps to be updated with support for the higher-resolution screens on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, meaning they are no longer blurry or scaled up in size. Developers have slowly been updating their apps on the App Store with support for the larger smartphones following their launch earlier this month.
A new bug has been discovered in iOS 8 that causes iCloud Drive documents to be permanently deleted when a user taps on “Reset All Settings” through the Settings app. The issue, brought to light by a number of concerned readers on the MacRumors discussion forums, appears to be limited to iWork apps like Pages, Numbers and Keynote.