Bloomberg today posted a lengthy report on what it expects Apple to announce in iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15. Apple will officially announce these new operating systems at WWDC on June 4.
Twitter has admitted to its iOS app having privacy issues issues, that iPhone and iPad users may have had their location data collected in instances where multiple accounts were used, data that may have also been unwittingly shared with third-party advertisers on the microblogging social network.
Last November, Google’s MVNO dropped the “Project” status and added support for many more phones. Google Fi is available on iPhones, but with limitations that require you to tweak some settings for MMS and no support for voicemail in the native Phone client. An update to the Google Fi app today adds visual voicemail to iOS.
Facebook announced its major design overhaul named FB5 last week with some of the changes arriving right away to users on the mobile apps. Now, Facebook’s new app icon on iOS is rolling out to users, marking the first change in years.
It once seemed necessary that Apple's iTunes worked on Windows PCs, and it wasn't surprising that the Apple Music app was delivered for Android phones. But in the world of smart TVs, Apple's first port to a larger outside platform isn't to Android. It's to Samsung's Tizen, an OS created specifically to rival Android as a platform that Samsung and its partners could use without Google's rules. Here's why.
If there's any expected theme across all of Apple's operating systems at WWDC 2019, it's likely to be "more integrated apps for all of these platforms."
Last weekend, The New York Times reported that Apple has removed or restricted many of the most popular screen time and parental control apps on the App Store since launching its own Screen Time feature in iOS 12 last year, raising concerns over potentially anticompetitive behavior.
A year after Apple rejected it, Valve’s Steam Link iOS app is once again available on the App Store. Valve has now officially re-released the Steam Link iOS app on the App Store. It’s been nearly a year since Apple rejected the app, citing “business conflicts.” The new version is identical to the one found [