Earlier this week, Apple released the iOS 13.4.1 update. This is a minor point release from the company aimed at fixing some issues with Bluetooth and a FaceTime bug that prevented calls from going out to older devices. In terms of performance though, does iOS 13.4.1 bring anything noteworthy to the table? Or does it offer the same level of performance as iOS 13.4?
To keep people entertained while they are stuck at home, Apple has gone ahead and made selected Apple TV+ content completely free to watch for a limited time.
If you’ve been holding off your dream purchases amid this deadly virus outbreak and grim economic outlook, now could be a good time to purchase iPhones and iPads. Amazon and Woot are offering some really attractive deals on the iPhone 11 series, 9.7-inch iPads, and the iPad Pro.
Apple may have had to cancel the AirPower wireless charger, but it is working on newer ways to offer a wireless charging solution to compatible Apple Watches and iPhones. The company’s new solution would allow MacBooks to act as wireless chargers for smaller devices like smartphones and smartwatches.
Apple will unveil new versions of all its software platforms, including iOS 14, at WWDC 2020 in June. Some of the features that could be a part of iOS 14 have already been leaked, but no one knows how they could end up looking like. This new iOS 14 concept imagines the UI design of the upcoming version of iOS and how some features could look.
An early iOS 14 build hints that Apple is working on a new feature that will let users access apps without having to install it. The feature will allow users to test a certain part of the app by scanning a QR code.
Apple is rumored to be introducing sleep tracking with the next Apple Watch, but that’s not the only device with the company is working on to track a user’s sleep. According to a new patent filed by the iPhone maker, the company is working on a sleep tracking blanket and mattress.
A new report by security firm Sophos claims that more than 3.5 million iOS users have installed Fleeceware app on their devices. In the past, we have seen how cybersecurity threats like malware, ransomware have affected millions of users. Fleeceware is the latest addition to the list.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it is in one’s best interest to wear masks whenever they go out. The issue is that if you own an iPhone X or newer with Face ID, you will realize that it fails to recognise your face if you are wearing a mask. The bigger issue is that the alternative appearance feature for Face ID which Apple first debuted in iOS 12 does not work with masks either.
Whenever Apple launches a new product, other OEMs usually scramble to copy it. Unsurprisingly then, almost eight months after the Apple Card was released to the public in the United States, Huawei has gone ahead and announced the Huawei Card in China.