Apple has just released iOS 11.2.5 which includes support for HomePod which goes on sale on Friday, January 26 and introduces the ability for Siri to read the news (US, UK and Australia only). It also includes bug fixes and improvements
Earlier today, Apple officially released the newest versions of iOS and macOS, and now iTunes is getting a slight bump in software version number, too.
The 6.1-inch iPhone, one of many new devices that Apple is expected to launch in 2018, is turning into the most-rumored device of the bunch at this point.
While iOS 11.2.5 was still in beta, and ahead of the public launch of the HomePod, it was discovered that Siri was learning a new trick: The ability to play podcast content centered around the news of the day.
Earlier today, Apple released the newest version of macOS High Sierra to the public, which also included further security patches to address the Spectre and Meltdown hardware vulnerabilities.
Following public releases of the next major versions of iOS and macOS High Sierra, Apple has also seen fit to release updates for tvOS and watchOS.
Apple continues to bring updates to the macOS desktop operating system, with the latest being a minor uptick to the software.
Apple has been seeding the latest release of iOS to developers and public beta testers for weeks, and now the public launch has finally arrived.
For a minor update, Apple has been testing iOS 11.2.5 for a long time. After seven developer betas, the update is finally live for all users. It fixes a major bug and adds new Siri functionality. Here’s everything that’s new in this update.
Stories has become a popular feature for just about every social network that has adopted it up to this point (with maybe the exception of Facebook), and Instagram continues to add features that it hopes will attract even more users.