Apple has resumed the beta cycle with iOS 16.1, tvOS 16.1, and watchOS 9.1 joining iPadOS 16.1 on the latest developer testing release.iPadOS 16.1 includes Stage Manager and external monitor supportThe newest builds can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center for those enrolled in the test program, or via an over-the-air update on devices running the beta software. Public betas typically arrive within a few days of the developer versions, via the Apple Beta Software Program website.
It is no longer possible to downgrade to iOS or iPadOS 15.6.1 using traditional means as Apple has stopped signing this particular firmware version.
iOS 16 was plagued with two major bugs. One involves iPhones giving users frequent paste prompts, a result of a security feature gone wrong. Another affects the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max specifically, where some users report blurry photos and disconcerting noises from their cameras when running third party apps. Both of these major […]
With the release of iPhone 14 and iOS 16 now in the rear-view mirror, Apple’s sights are now set on improving the experience through new software updates. The company recently released iOS 16.0.1, but has also been working on bigger updates, with reports stating that the next public update is set to arrive within the next
Apple blocks iPhone iOS 15.6.1 downgrades. But there is still a way to revert from iOS 16 to iOS 15.
iOS 15.6.1 was released to iPhone and iPad users a month ago, and the update came with important security fixes. However, with the official release of iOS 16 last week, Apple has stopped signing iOS 15.6.1 – but there’s still a way to downgrade from iOS 16 to iOS 15. iOS 15.6.1 no longer being
Just two days after the release of iOS 16 to the general public, Apple has now released iOS 16.1 to developer beta testers. There are still a number of features still to come that were announced at WWDC this summer, and the expectation is that iOS 16.1 will include at least some of these new features. more
New World's latest update is mostly based around fixes to combat and AI, a bug affecting the Barnacles & Black Powder Expedition, some server stability-related tweaks, and more adjustments.
Apple has issued two software updates that build on the new iOS 16.0. While the company has released iOS 16.0.1 publicly for the iPhone 14 series, it has also seeded iOS 16.1 beta 1 to developers. With iOS 16.0.1 aimed at squashing bugs, iOS 16.1 contains a few features that did not ship with iOS 16.0.
You can install TrollStore on a non-jailbroken iPhone or iPad running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1, and in this tutorial, iDB shows you how.
In the wake of months of beta testing, Apple released iOS 16 to the general public on Monday. Some users may be eager to get their hands on iOS 16’s brand new lock screen and other features right away, while others may prefer to hold off. This is why Apple is still supporting iOS 15 Read More “IOS 15.7 and IPad OS 15.7 Are Available for Those Not yet Ready for IOS 16” »
A week after releasing iOS 16.1 beta 1, Apple is seeding beta 2 to developers. This version brings Clean Energy Charging, Live Activities API support, and more. Here’s what’s new. Today’s build is 20B5050f. Apple is bringing several new features for iOS 16.1. Here are them: Live Activities: Live Activities help you stay on top of