Apple recently released the iOS 13.2.3 update with a bunch of bug fixes. Compared to iOS 13.2.2, the update is a relatively minor bug fixing one. However, iOS 13.2.3 is currently not supported by checkra1n jailbreak took so if you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone (or iPad running iPadOS 13.2.3), you will first have to downgrade it back to iOS 13.2.2.
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Whenever you set up a new iPhone, it will prompt you to enter a six-digit passcode after which you will have to set up Face ID or Touch ID. Up until iOS 8, Apple used a four-digit passcode but switched to a six-digit combination since the release of iOS 9 as it is more secure and complex. If you have already set up your iPhone or iPad with a six-digit passcode and now want to use a four-digit passcode on it, follow this guide.
With iOS 13, Apple introduced Memoji Stickers that brought Memoji support to all iPhones and iPads powered by an A9 chip or newer. Earlier, Memoji was only available on iPhones and iPads that featured Face ID. Memoji Stickers can be used in any app unlike Memoji itself which is limited to the Messages app. However, if you don’t like Memoji Stickers and are frustrated by it showing up on your iPhone or iPad keyboard in every app, you can disable it as well.
The first public iOS 13 jailbreak — checkra1n — has finally been released. The jailbreak is based on checkm8 — a bootrom exploit that works on all iPhones and iPads starting from the iPhone 4s to the iPhone X. Checkra1n itself is compatible with iOS 12.3 – iOS 13.2.2. If you are looking to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad using checkra1n, follow this guide.
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple has finally added custom fonts support to the OS. This might seem like a small feature but for power and heavy office users, it opens up a world of possibilities. If you are looking to use custom fonts on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 or iPadOS 13, follow our guide below.
Apple took its own sweet time in adding Night mode to the iPhone but its implementation is better than Samsung and Huawei and rivals Google’s mighty Night Sight mode. However, the new Night mode is limited only to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro which is a bit of a shame. If you own an older iPhone like the iPhone XR, iPhone XS or even the iPhone 7 though, you can get a Night mode-like feature on your device as well.
Earlier this year, Apple found itself in a spot when it was found that the company was using third-party contractors to manually grade personal Siri voice recordings of users. This led to quite a bit of an uproar as many users felt it violated their privacy. Following the backlash, Apple promised that it will allow users to delete their Siri recording and history and opt-out of the grading process altogether.
As scheduled, Apple’s streaming service — Apple TV+ — went live earlier this week. The launch library consists of eight original TV shows and one movie. Right now, Apple TV+ might not be that great of a Netflix competitor but over a period of time, it likely will. If you are already hooked onto the shows on Apple TV+ and are looking to download them for offline viewing while traveling, follow this guide.
Apple TV+, Apple’s streaming service went live earlier today. While a monthly subscription of the service costs $4.99/month, Apple is offering a one-year subscription for free to all customers who have purchased an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV on or after September 10. If you got a new Apple device recently, here’s how you can redeem your free Apple TV+ subscription.