Getting your iPhone repaired by a third-party is often cheaper than getting it repaired at the Apple Store, and in many cases, you won’t notice the difference. But that’s going to change. With iOS 9, Apple is said to be bricking devices that contain unofficial components.
Windknown, one of the core Pangu Jailbreak Team members, recently posted a technical article explaining the security and vulnerability fixes found in iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.2.1.
Apple has released iOS 9.2.1 (build number: 13D15) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to the public, a week after releasing the first beta version of iOS 9.3 to developers.
Apple’s new iOS 9.3 beta brings a number of nice new features to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, including Night Shift mode, Touch ID lock for Notes, CarPlay improvements, and more. But is it any faster? Not according to these speed tests.
While the Consumer Electronics Show is taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, Apple saw fit to release a brand new version of its upcoming iOS software to developers.
iOS 9 is now running on 71 percent of compatible devices just three months after making its public debut, while iOS 8’s share continues to decline. That’s an impressive stat for a major software upgrade, but iOS 9 adoption is showing signs of slowing down.
Just a day after rolling out the first beta of iOS 9.2.1 to developers, Apple has started rolling out the update to public beta testers.