Every once in a while, you may come across a strange bug on your iPhone that will leave you frustrated. One such issue is that the contacts on your iPhone will suddenly disappear without any apparent reason.
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Apple released iOS 10.3.1 not too long ago, and now the company is moving forward with beta tests of the next version of the mobile operating system.
Apple is seeding the latest developer builds of iOS and macOS, following the public releases of larger updates earlier this year.
Apple has sent out emails to some iOS users, informing them that the recent update to iOS 10.3 may have enabled some on-device services after they were initially disabled by the user.
Less than a couple of weeks since Apple released iOS 10.3, the company has released a minor update to iOS 10.3.1 for all compatible devices.
Back in October of last year, it was reported that a bug in iOS was causing some iPhones to repeatedly call 911 emergency services.
Earlier this week, Apple not only launched iOS 10.3 to the public, but it also started seeding the first developer betas for iOS 10.3.2 as well.
iOS 10.3 just went live and with it, millions of users across the world updated to an entirely new file system. APFS is Apple’s new file system that will make its way to all of their major platforms. But why is Apple doing it? What’s so special about it? Read on to find out.
Just a day after Apple released iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4, the company released the first beta of iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.5 to developers.
With Apple seeding the iOS 10.3 update last night, a handful of global carriers have enabled support for Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE on their networks. This is a big upgrade for many carriers who were previously limited to standard cellular and VoIP calls.