• Apple stops signing iOS 16.4.1 following iOS 16.5 release

    Apple recently stopped signing iOS 16.4.1 and iPadOS 16.4.1 following the release of iOS 16.5 to the public a few days ago. This means that iPhone and iPad users can no longer downgrade to this version of the operating system if they’re already running a newer version of iOS. more

  • Apple Releases Second Public Betas of iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6

    Apple today seeded the second betas of upcoming iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6 updates to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to test out the software head of its official launch. The public betas come just a day after Apple provided the second betas to developers. Those who have signed up their accounts for Apple's free beta testing program can enable the beta by opening up the Settings app, going to General, selecting Software Update, tapping on Beta Updates, and selecting the iOS 16...

  • Apple's headset, SEC sues Coinbase, stock melt-up: Top stories

    The Yahoo Finance Live team breaks down Tuesday's top stories including: Apple's new mixed reality headset isn't doing much for the stock, the SEC is suing Coinbase, and the stock market melt-up.

    • CNET

    Apple Releases iOS 16.6 Beta Just Days Before WWDC

    Developers and public beta testers can download the update now.

  • Apple releases second developer beta for macOS 16.5 Ventura

    Apple has updated the beta program for macOS Ventura 13.5, and the second beta is now accessible for developer testing.Mac developer users have a new betaDevelopers who are part of the program can acquire the most recent builds by visiting the Apple Developer Center or updating their Macs with the beta software. Public beta versions, typically released shortly after the developer versions, can be obtained through the Apple Beta Software Program.

  • Apple releases iOS 16.6 beta 2 to developers, here's what's new

    iOS 16.6 beta 2 is now available to those enrolled in Apple's Developer Program. Here's what's new in this version and how to install it.

    • ZDNet

    5 useful iOS 17 features Apple quietly released at WWDC 2023

    A quick scan through the developer beta shows several features with a lot of promise.

  • Top Stories: Here Comes WWDC – iOS 17, AR/VR Headset, New Macs, and More

    One of Apple's biggest events of the year is right around the corner, with a jam-packed keynote kicking off WWDC 2023 on Monday. Apple's long-rumored AR/VR headset is all but certain to finally come to fruition, but it looks like there will be much more than that revealed at the event. In addition to the standard previews of upcoming major operating system updates and the headset, it looks like we'll be seeing multiple new Mac models. And of course, the headset will come with a brand-new...

  • 9to5Mac Happy Hour 436: Final iOS 17 wishes, Apple headset expectations, and new Mac rumors ahead of WWDC

    Benjamin and Chance give their final takes on what they expect from WWDC next week, including the latest rumors around new Mac hardware and the much anticipated Apple headset, as well as predictions for iOS 17 and the rest of Apple’s operating systems. Sponsored by Roborock: Check out Roborock’s latest Roborock S7 Max Ultra, featuring a complete hands-free cleaning solution and Roborock’s easy-to-use app. The ultimate cleaning powerhouse that refuses to compromise. Sponsored by Masterclass:...

  • Apple seeds second developer beta for iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6

    After the completion of the first beta release, Apple has now issued the second developer betas for iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6.Developers can access new betasDevelopers who are part of the beta program can acquire the latest builds either by accessing the Apple Developer Center or updating their devices that already have the beta versions installed. Following the developer releases, public beta versions are typically made available shortly after, allowing the general public to test them through...

  • Apple Seeds Second Betas of iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6 to Developers

    Apple today seeded the second betas of upcoming iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the software coming two weeks after the release of the first betas. Registered developers can opt in to the betas by opening up the Settings app, going to Software Update, tapping on the “Beta Updates” option and toggling on the iOS 16 Developer Beta. Note that an Apple ID associated with a developer account is required to download and install the beta. iOS 16.6 and...

    • CNET

    Apple WWDC 2023 Live Blog: Apple's New Mac Reveals, Rumored Headset Expected

    Apple's annual developer conference starts off with new Mac announcements, iOS 17 updates to Messages and could mark the debut of a brand-new mixed reality platform.