After posting screenshots and a video showing Acorn OS — the alternative to iPhone OS for the original iPhone — in action, Sonny Dickson has now posted photos and a comparison video of the two iPhone prototypes that were competing internally at Apple. Dubbed P1 and P2, the former was led by Tony Fadell, while the latter was led by Scott Forstall.
As per famed leaker Sonny Dickson, Apple will be releasing iOS 10.3 to developers early next month (January 10th). The upcoming version of the OS will come with a new feature called Theatre mode along with a new “popcorn-shaped” Control Center icon.
In recent times, a number of bugs have been discovered in iOS that could potentially brick your iOS device (remember the date bug?). Adding to that list, a new bug has been discovered in iOS that exists right from iOS 9 to iOS 10.2 and can permanently crash the Messages app on your iPhone.
Apple takes privacy very seriously — much more seriously than most of its rivals — but it seems it’s not quite as innocent as it makes out. A Russian security firm has discovered that the company is pulling call history from every iPhone that has iCloud enabled.
Earlier today, Apple released the second beta of iOS 10.2 for all compatible iPhones and iPad. The beta update brings some new features and additions, including the new TV that Apple first demoed at its “Hello again” event on October 27th.
A one-handed iPhone keyboard that makes it easier to type on larger displays has been found hidden in iOS code. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith was first to uncover the unused feature, which can be activated in the iOS Simulator — as shown in the video below.
iOS 10 comes with many new exciting features, but it also comes with some annoyances that might put you off, ranging from the new ‘Press home to unlock’ method to losing your beloved iOS 9 features.
Ahead of the iOS 10 release to public later this week, Apple has made some of the major changes to App Store revenue sharing live for developers. The company had first detailed these changes right before WWDC this year.
If you routinely give your friends access to your iPhone, to make a call or to see some photos, you know they almost always end up snooping around. If you want to prevent this from happening, you can use a built-in Accessibility feature in iOS called Guided Access. This is also useful if you have kids and you hand them your iPhone or iPad to watch videos but don’t want them accidentally using everything that’s on your iPhone.
At the Black Hat Conference earlier this month, Ivan Krstic, Apple’s head of security engineering, gave a presentation about Apple security and announced the company’s new bug bounty program. Now you can watch the whole thing online.