Tag: iOS 10

Apple warns iPhone 5 users to update to iOS 10.3.4

Back in July this year, Apple released a patch for iOS 9 and iOS 10 to fix a GPS bug which has been lingering for a while, iOS 9.3.6 was released for iPad mini (1st gen), iPad 2 and iPad 3. iOS 10.3.4 was release for the iPhone 5 and the iPad 4 (cellular model) The bug was designed to fix an issue where the device would show the wrong […]

With version 7.3, Twitter stops supporting iOS 9

Yesterday, the official iOS app for Twitter was updated to version 7.3 and amongst the usual bug fixes and feature improvements, support for iOS 9 was removed. Granted, not many devices are running a software version that old anymore, most of them can now run iOS 10 or later. iOS 9 If you haven’t updated and have a device that can, we highly encourage you to do so, as in […]

Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.3.2

When Apple releases minor updates to iOS, it generally waits a few weeks before the new firmware is released and then subsequently blocks any downgrades to any previous versions of iOS, this is only done for a few reasons. Just yesterday, Apple stopped signing iOS 10.3.2 only three weeks after the release of iOS 10.3.3 – an update which only contained a few minor bug fixes. So, why does Apple […]

Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 with additional bug fixes and security enhancements

Today Apple has released a small patch for the recently released iOS 10.3 update, the update released brings back the support for the 32-bit devices – i.e the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c. In the release notes provided with the update, Apple just specifies that this update includes bug fixes and improves the security of your device. Also in Apple’s security document, it also notes that iOS 10.3.1 fixes a […]

Apple releases iOS 10.3, includes APFS, Find My AirPods and more

Earlier today Apple released iOS 10.3, which is quite a significant update for users. Maybe not all of it user facing, but the new APFS marks a big step for iOS. The long and short What is it? iOS 10 is Apple’s next incremental update for iOS 10. How do I update? On iOS, go to Settings > General > Software Update and download. Whats new? You can read more below […]

Apple launches new second beta of iOS 10.3 to developers

Earlier today, Apple released the second beta of iOS 10.3 to registered developers. Just two weeks after launching the first beta. As with every big ‘point’ release of iOS, iOS 10.3 brings some pretty significant new features to the mobile OS. Most notable is the new Apple File System or APFS. APFS is a new file storage system designed for truly strong encryption and is designed purely for SSD and […]

Apple releases iOS 10.1.1 with bug fixes

Just today, Apple has released yet another iOS update; iOS 10.1.1 – this release fixes a few bugs, a few which have been present since iOS 10 was originally launched last month. iOS 10.1.1 is availble for all devices that are currently running iOS 10. iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later as well as the iPod touch 6th generation. How do I upgrade? As usual you can […]

iOS 10 is now out

Apple’s new major operating system for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch is now out. iOS 10 brings a host of new features and entirely new ways to use your iPhone. Messages, Maps and Apple Music receive full redesigns and 3D Touch is even more useful. iOS 10 is available to download now and is available for the following devices: iPhone iPhone 5 iPhone 5c iPhone 5s iPhone SE iPhone 6 […]

iOS 10 will be available September 13th

We’ve seen the new iPhone announced earlier today, but for everyone else with older iPhones and iPads iOS 10 will be the next thing we will be doing. iOS 10 will be released to existing iOS devices on September 13th. What’s new in iOS 10? For a full, in depth look at the features of iOS – read our post from WWDC In short iOS offers a lot of new […]

Apple has just released the second public beta for iOS 10 and macOS Sierra

Earlier today, Apple released the second public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra and now the general public can download the second version by visiting the software update tool in Settings, providing users have already signed up to receive betas. Just yesterday Apple released the next version of the developer beta to developers for testing, the only difference with the public version is that it’s less raw and there […]