I can’t believe just how many memes I’ve seen about losing AirPods. Best one came from the Indian comedian Cyril Dabs. But it’s a genuine concern. AirPods being so small and wireless. Apple is trying to curb the collective anxiety by adding a Find my AirPods feature in the Find my iPhone app. It has been introduced in the iOS 10.3 Beta 1 and when iOS 10.3 officially launches in the next couple of weeks, it will be live for everyone.
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With the release of macOS Sierra last year, Apple debuted a new filesystem dubbed APFS (Apple File System). The new file format is meant for solid storage drives, with focus on encryption and data integrity.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 10.3, which included several new features.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta for iOS 10.3, which saw a few new additions to the software.
Apple’s Find My iPhone feature is one of the company’s best, and for anyone who picked up Apple’s truly wireless earphones, the AirPods, finding them gets a bit easier “just in case.”
Following a series of beta seeds, Apple has released the latest version of iOS to the public.
Just yesterday, Apple released iOS 10.2.1 beta 4 to developers and public testers. Compared to iOS 10.2, the .1 release brings about some minor bug fixes and enhancements. But what about performance? Does 10.2.1 bring any major performance improvements to the table?
Apple has seeded another version of its beta software for the upcoming iOS 10.2.1.