Apple recently launched iOS 12.1 to the public, and now the company is looking ahead to what comes next.
iOS 12: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and more
A privacy and security flaw has been discovered in iOS 12.1 which allows one to bypass the lock screen and gain unauthorized access to the Contacts app of a locked iPhone.
Apple yesterday released iOS 12.1 with a number of new features and enhancements including 70 new emoji and support for group FaceTime. What about performance though? Does iOS 12.1 bring about further performance improvements? Or does it go in the opposite direction and actually has a negative impact on the performance of older iPhones?
The first major update to iOS 12 is going to land later today. It brings new emojis and enables features that we were promised at WWDC. Here’s everything you should know about the iOS 12.1 update.
Apple has confirmed in a press release that it will be releasing iOS 12.1 to the public tomorrow (i.e. on October 30). The update will add Dual SIM support to the iPhone XS and iPhone XR series along with live Depth Control in the camera app.
Apple released the first beta of iOS 12.1 last month itself. The first major point release of iOS 12 is expected to come with a number of new features and enhancements and will come ahead of the crucial holiday season starts in the U.S. Wondering when Apple will get around to releasing iOS 12.1 to the public though?
There is a strong possibility that Apple is going to launch iOS 12.1 to the public next week, more than likely after its iPad Pro and Mac event wraps up on Tuesday, October 30.
Siri Shortcuts, which Apple introduced with iOS 12, is a great way to streamline a few different tasks, handling them all with just a single voice command.
Remember Grayshift? The firm first popped up onto the radar back in March of this year, thanks to its “GrayKey” iPhone unlocking box.
Following the release of iOS 12.0.1 earlier this month, Apple has now stopped signing iOS 12 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. This means users will not be able to downgrade back to iOS 12 on their iPhone or iPad for any reason whatsoever.