As far as software goes, Apple has been going through a sort of rough patch, needing software updates to fix small issue to glaring security vulnerabilities.
Following the public release of iOS 11.2.1, Apple has begun to move forward with the beta process for the platform’s upcoming update.
Apple has now started listing all the maps and malls that it supports with Apple Maps in iOS 11 over on its website. The indoor maps feature in iOS 11 is supported at over 34 airports across the world including the United States, Germany, Hong Kong and Canada.
Earlier today Apple released the iOS 11.2.1 update which fixed some bugs. Among them, Apple also fixed an autofocus bug affecting certain units of iPhone X and iPhone 8. The bug had initially crept its way with the iOS 11.2 release.
Following the public launch of iOS 11.2 earlier this month, Apple has now released a minor update to the mobile operating system.
iOS 11.2 is here and it brings two big banner features we were first promised at WWDC. Apple Pay Cash itself is a great reason to upgrade to iOS 11.2. But it’s the fix for the date bug that will push you over the edge.
Apple changed things up with the iPhone X, thanks to the design of the handset, and not just for the end user out there, either.
Control Center on the iPhone X is stuck between a rock and a hard place. We’ve been used to accessing the Control Center with a simple swipe up gesture. It works all the time. Now, Control Center is in the exact opposite place. And on the super tall iPhone X, that’s not an easy target.
Earlier this week, it was discovered that a bug was causing some issues for iPhone X owners utilizing the touchscreen in cold weather.
Apple is looking to include a 3D depth sensing sensor system on the rear camera of the 2019 iPhone. The company is currently developing this 3D sensor system, with the technology being hugely different from the system it has used on the iPhone X for Face ID.