Apple Seeds iOS 11.4 Beta 2 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Seeded]

Apple Seeds iOS 11.4 Beta 2 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Seeded]

Recently, Apple officially released iOS 11.3 to the public, but now the company is back with a new beta seed.

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Apple Pay Bank and Credit Union Supports Expands Across U.S., Canada, China, and More

Apple Pay Bank and Credit Union Supports Expands Across U.S., Canada, China, and More

April has been a busy month for Apple’s mobile payment option, Apple Pay, adding banks and credit unions across the United States and internationally, and even launching in a brand new market.

AirPort Express no Longer Supported by the Home App in iOS 11.4 Beta 2

AirPort Express no Longer Supported by the Home App in iOS 11.4 Beta 2

Yesterday, Apple seeded the second developer beta of iOS 11.4, which didn’t add any major forward-facing features for the end user, but it did remove something.

Would You Pay $11 for Facebook Subscription?

Would You Pay $11 for Facebook Subscription?

The comments from Facebook’s COO about people paying for the social networking service if they want an ad-free experience has sparked quite a debate online. While Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is vehemently against this idea today, there’s a possibility that the social networking giant ends up offering a paid and ad-free version of Facebook down the line.

How to Play Fortnite: Battle Royale on iPhone and iPad

How to Play Fortnite: Battle Royale on iPhone and iPad

If you’ve been on the Internet for the past couple of weeks, you might have heard about a little game called Fortnite: Battle Royale. Fortnite is Epic Game’s take on the Battle Royale genre which was first popularized by Playerundergroud’s Battle Royale. But what exactly does Battle Royale mean? What is all this hype about? Is it a good game to play on your iPhone? If so, how do you play it? Read on to find out.

iPhone X Alone Generated 5x More Profits Than 600 Android OEMs Combined in Q4, 2017

iPhone X Alone Generated 5x More Profits Than 600 Android OEMs Combined in Q4, 2017

Apple’s iPhone lineup dominates the premium end of the smartphone market. While the company does not ship as many smartphones in a year as Samsung, it still manages to dominate the mobile industry in terms of profit. As per numbers from the latest Counterpoint Research, the iPhone X alone accounted for 35 percent of the total profit generated by the smartphone industry in Q4, 2017 and 21 percent of the total revenue.

Apple Working on an Apple Music-like News Subscription Service

Apple Working on an Apple Music-like News Subscription Service

Apple is reportedly planning on launching a news subscription service within the next year. The company will be achieving this by integrating the tech behind Texture app, which it recently acquired, into Apple News. The move will allow Apple to generate more revenue from its online content and services business.

iFixit Believes Apple Is Accidentally Disabling Touchscreen Functionality on iPhones Repaired by Third-Party Shops

iFixit Believes Apple Is Accidentally Disabling Touchscreen Functionality on iPhones Repaired by Third-Party Shops

A recent report indicated that the iOS 11.3 update disabled the touchscreen functionality on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X with an aftermarket display. In other cases, the ambient sensor stopped working even when a genuine Apple replacement display was used. It was believed that this was a deliberate move from Apple to sabotage third-party repairs on its latest iPhones. However, iFixit believes that they just might be bugs that Apple will eventually get around to fixing.

GrayKey May be Able to Bypass 6-Digit Passcodes in 11 Hours on Average

GrayKey May be Able to Bypass 6-Digit Passcodes in 11 Hours on Average

iOS security is typically a hot topic, and it certainly has been lately, especially as cracking options start to find their way out into the real world.