On the occasion of World Emoji Day, Apple has previewed all the new emoji coming to íPhones and iPads as a part of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 later this year.
iOS 12 betas really spoiled us. They were surprisingly stable. Stable enough to be a daily driver. iOS 13 beta is not that. It’s quite bad. It’s filled with weird UI glitches, functionality and privacy bugs. Not to mention the battery issues. Plus, iCloud syncing for some apps is broken. This is true for both the developer betas and the public betas. Yes, the dark mode is epic, but you should wait for the final release in fall to try it out.
Last week security researchers unearthed a vulnerability in Zoom video conferencing app. The vulnerability allowed others to open your webcam without an invite. Initially, Zoom downplayed the issue and later issued a patch alongside an explanation. However, the Zoom webcam vulnerability only seems to have opened a pandora’s box.
Apple has decided to start funding podcasts in order to compete with Spotify. The news had a negative effect on Spotify stocks which took a 2 percent hit. Apple’s focus on podcasts is only likely to impact Spotify’s plans to become the one-stop-shop for all podcast needs.
Apple Card has been hogging the limelight ever since it was announced earlier this year. Apple has partnered with Goldman Sachs and apparently, the latter has already spent big bucks for Apple Card. Typically, Goldman Sachs has shied away from consumer offerings until recently and now the company is spending a lot for the transition.
Apple today released the fourth developer beta of macOS Catalina. Surprisingly, the company has not released new beta builds of iOS 13 and watchOS 6 to go along with it.
Apple today released the seventh beta of iOS 12.4 and the sixth beta of watchOS 5.3 to developers. Both beta builds are aimed at fixing the lingering issues with the operating systems before their public release later this month.
You never know where the day may take you, and it’s best to be prepared. Make sure your devices are always charged up with help from the SuperTank 27,000mAh Portable Charger. This super powerful portable charging solution typically retails for $179.99, but it’s currently on sale for 25% off in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub in black or silver for just $134.99.
Apple is likely to reintroduce the rainbow logo on some of its devices. The once famous logo was discontinued in the late ’90s. Perhaps Apple wants to invoke nostalgia and position the products accordingly.
The Pwn20wnd team is out with a new release for the stable version of Unc0ver v3.3.1 which brings about some massive improvements to the jailbreaking process. While the tool had received a similar update a few months ago, this update takes things to the next level in terms of speed.