Apple devices are reassuringly expensive. This is a widely held customer belief that Apple banks on, and the (fast approaching) iPhone 11 will put this to the test. But shocking privacy revelations recently challenged that idea, and now an even bigger scandal may leave the company’s 1.4 billion iPhone and iPad users feeling it is rotten to the core.
Update: when this leak came out, we (and many other tech publications) raised many issues with it, as you can read below. It turns out those fears were justified, because the AppleBeta2019, who published the leak, has admitted it was totally incorrect . Apparently, the article came from a source that faked the whole thing. While that
Apple just released iOS 13 beta 7 to developers today, and people are already digging through the software to find hints about the rumored iPhone 11. iHelp BR has discoveredthat the latest iOS 13 beta includes an asset that hints at an iPhone 11 event date of September 10th. An image, simply named “HoldForRelease,” includes the September
Owners of iPhones, iPads, and the iPod touch can download the update within iOS by going to the Settings app, selecting General then Software Update, selecting the update, and entering the PIN for the device. For those who have already enabled automatic updates, the device will download the update and provide a notification when it
It might not be quite as exciting as Apple’s iOS 13 beta, but the company just pushed out a new software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. iOS 12.4 comes about two months after the initial release of iOS 12.3, and it mainly focuses on bug fixes and other refinements. There is one
After requiring an installation via iTunes for the first iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta, Apple has released the second developer beta as an OTA yesterday. However, you won’t automatically see it appear under software updates in Settings. Follow along for how to update to the second iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 developer betas. iOS 13 beta