A week after releasing the first beta, Apple has now released iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 second developer beta. It is also worth noting that tvOS 13.3 beta 2 and watchOS 6.1.1 is also available.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro is stealing the limelight when it comes to rumors and speculations. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has tweeted that Apple will announce 16-inch MacBook Pro tomorrow.
In a bid to compete with TikTok’s soaring popularity, Instagram is launching a new feature called Reels. The feature will be available on both iOS and Android, however, it will be restricted to Brazil in the initial phase.
Another day, another new controversy related to Facebook. This time around, web designer Joshua Maddux has found that the Facebook iOS app kept the camera app on his iPhone active while scrolling through his feed. He found the same bug on five other devices and it was successfully replicated by other users as well.
Trying to sign up for Disney+ or stream content from it and running into issues? Well, don’t blame your internet connection because the issue is with Disney’s servers. The streaming service seems to be facing some launch day woes probably due to an influx of users.
Earlier this week, checkra1n — the world’s first iOS 13 jailbreak — was released to the public. Despite a public release, the first version of the tool is still in beta and there are plenty of issues with it. If you have been trying to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad using checkra1n but keep running into issues, we have some possible solutions to your problem.
Disney’s streaming service Disney+ is now live in the United States, the Netherlands, and Canada. The service was supposed to go live at 3AM ET but Disney seems to have started the rollout a bit earlier than usual.
If you have jailbroken your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 using checkra1n and are now looking for some jailbreak tweaks to try, check out our list of some of the best free jailbreak tweaks for iOS 13.
Goldman Sachs Offering to Reevaluate Credit Line of Apple Card Customers after Gender Bias Allegations
Following complaints of gender bias in the Apple Card algorithm to determine the credit limit of a person, Goldman Sachs has issued a new statement offering users an option to re-evaluate their credit line.
Following a report from The Information that Apple will be launching its AR headset in 2022, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has published a report detailing Apple’s AR/VR plans. Apple first intends to launch a new iPad Pro with a 3D system in the first half of 2020.