Apple has been seeding betas of iOS 10.3.3 for weeks, and now the fourth version is now available.
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While it’s not quite as stark as the iOS 7 update, Apple is clearly marching towards a new design language in iOS 11. While iOS 7 was all about minimalistic and thinness, iOS 11 seems to be the opposite – big and bold. Across the app and feature redesigns, we see a decreased information density, big navigation bar headers and bolder typography everywhere.
With only weeks to go before WWDC 2017, the company is seeding a new beta for both operating systems.
Having trouble with Spotlight on your iPhone or iPad? Search results taking too long to show up? You are not alone. As pointed out by Nick Heer and John Gruber, there might be a bug in iOS 10.3 related to Spotlight indexing.
Adam Donenfeld, the security researcher who has been credited for 8 exploits that were fixed in iOS 10.3.2 released earlier in the week, plans to release the exploits at a security conference in August.
Apple released iOS 10.3.2 with several bug fixes and security improvements earlier in the week. If you haven’t upgraded to iOS 10.3.2 yet, and wondering if you should do it over the weekend, then it depends on your situation.
This week, Apple seeded the first developer beta of both iOS 10.3.3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.6.
After a couple iteration of beta rollouts, Apple released iOS 10.3.2 to the public yesterday. As per the official release notes, the update contains bug fixes and improves the security of the iPhone and iPad.