Apple has seeded a new beta for iOS, this time for version iOS 9.3.3.
Apple saw a way to get into the educational market with its iPad lineup. However, the results from across the United States have been mixed.
Top iOS developer Marco Arment, creator of apps like Instapaper and Overcast, is worried Apple isn’t investing heavily enough in “big-data AI services” like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and others are. Arment warns that Apple “will find itself in a similar position as BlackBerry did almost a decade ago” if it doesn’t change that.
In an interview with one of the media channels during his India visit, Tim Cook revealed that he is keen on getting the necessary approval so that Apple can start selling pre-owned iPhone in the country. The Indian government had earlier rejected Apple’s application to sell refurbished iPhones in the country.
A day after Apple announced that it will be opening an iOS App Design and Development Accelerator in Bengaluru, India, the company announced the opening of a new development office in Hyderabad that will focus on Apps Maps.
MacWorld reports that Apple has secretly added a new Touch ID rule in iOS. The new rule requires a user to enter a passcode to unlock their iPhone or iPad when the device has not been unlocked using a passcode for six consecutive days and has not been unlocked using Touch ID in the last eight hours.
The Economic Times reports that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook will be meeting the top telecom companies in India to partner with them for partnering with them for the sale and distribution of its devices.