Apple has promised to rollout a fix for another bug discovered in iOS 9 which causes devices to crash when users tap a web link. The issue appears to be related to certain third-party apps, and there’s no temporary workaround you can use in the meantime.
Last week, Google released the first developer preview of Android N for selected Nexus devices. The company usually releases the developer preview of a new version of Android at its yearly I/O conference, but this time around, the company decided to change its schedule a bit.
iOS 9’s adoption figure has risen again ahead of the public rollout of iOS 9.3, with 79 percent of compatible devices now running a version of Apple’s latest software. That figure is expected to rise again next week when Apple rolls out new features like Night Shift mode.
iOS 9 might seem pretty fast and responsive to you, but did you know it can be even faster? If you disable system animations using this neat trick — which requires no jailbreak — you get apps that open and close so fast you won’t have time to lift your finger from the screen.
Apple has updated the iOS installation stats on its website, which reflect that the growth of the latest version of its mobile operating system has stalled at 77 percent. The data updated by Apple earlier this month on February 8 had also indicated that iOS 9 was running on 77 percent of active iOS devices.
Law firm PCVA has followed through with its class action lawsuit against Apple for bricking iPhones via “Error 53.”
For any particular reason that you might need to head into Settings and change the date and time on your iOS device, it’s good to keep note of the dates that could potentially brick your device.
If only there were a way to enable low power mode for humans. Low Power Mode was introduced in iOS 9 and was met with a virtual round of applause from all iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users. Basically, Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption by turning off or reducing mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects.