Apple yesterday released the iOS 14.7.1 and iPadOS 14.7.1 update for all compatible iPhones and iPads with some bug fixes in tow. Seemingly, it looks like Apple patched a major zero-click vulnerability with the latest iOS release.
One of the highlights of iOS 15 is the redesigned Safari. At WWDC 2021, Apple claimed the new Safari experience in iOS 15 would be substantially better than before. However, as people running iOS 15 beta are realizing, the new Safari design is a usability disaster. Now, a former Googler has revealed that Google tried a similar redesign for Chrome for Android back in 2016 but then abandoned it.
By now, we know that Apple is planning to introduce a new iPad mini later this year. As the launch nears, more and more details about the upcoming iPad mini 6 are being leaked. According to display analyst Ross Young, this years’ iPad mini will feature a larger 8.3-inch display as opposed to 7.9-inch in the current iPad mini.
Apple’s own ARM-based chip, the Apple M1, has shown the world what Apple’s own custom Silicon can achieve. People are impressed with the performance and battery life of the M1-based Mac and MacBooks. However, a report claims that Apple could still continue to use an Intel chip for its high-end 2022 Mac Pro.
Apple today released the iOS 14.7.1 and iPadOS 14.7.1 update fixing a bug that it inadvertently introduced with the iOS 14.7 update. The bug prevented iPhones with Touch ID from automatically unlocking the Apple Watch for users with the ‘Unlock with iPhone’ feature enabled.
Apple has uploaded a new “Shot on iPhone” video on its YouTube channel showcasing various “filmmaking techniques” with the new iPhone 12 series.
Back in 2014, iPhone, iPad users running iOS 6 were abruptly cut off from FaceTime. They were not able to make FaceTime video calls and presumed it to be a technical issue. Apple informed users they had to update to iOS 7 for FaceTime to work again. If you are still fuming over Apple for forcing you to update to iOS 7 here is some good news, a class-action suit has ordered the company to pay out $18-million in damages.
WhatsApp has always compressed photos that you sent to your friends or contacts on the messaging service. The compression was fine back in the day, but WhatsApp downsizing your photos to 720p resolution is definitely not enough in this day and age. Thankfully, this is about to change soon.
Having a hard time keeping track of the new music releases? Well, Spotify’s here to help.
Apple has put its case forward to the Australian Parliamentary Committee on why it only provides banks and other financial institutions with access to NFC on iPhones via Apple Pay.