Apple is encouraging people who are still running iOS 14 to update to iOS 15, a reversal of an earlier policy that saw the company allowing iOS 14 users to choose not to install the iOS 15 update.
More areas will be placed under the stricter Alert Level 3 from Sunday, January 9, as the Philippines contends with a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 infections.
Last week, 9to5Mac reported that Apple wasn’t letting users stay on iOS 14 with security updates as it had removed the ability to update to iOS 14.8.1. Now, the company confirmed its efforts to make the iPhone userbase update to iOS 15 instead.
Following the release of iOS 15.2.1 earlier this month, Apple on Thursday stopped signing iOS 15.2 for all iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad models. This means that users can no longer downgrade their devices to iOS 15.2.
Apple pushes a new update for its iOS devices, but it is only a minor one for the iPhone and iPad, so should you upgrade?
Today vivo sub-brand iQOO finally made its latest flagship smartphone duo official, following many weeks of leaks, rumors, and speculation. Both the iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro can be had with BMW M stripes on the back in a special version.
Following the release of iOS 15.2.1 earlier in January, Apple has stopped signing iOS 15.2, the previously available version of iOS that saw a public release on December 13. With iOS 15.2 no longer being signed, it is not possible to downgrade to that version if you've already updated to iOS 15.2.1.
Apple's iOS 15 is installed on 63 percent of all iPhone users in the world, and is now pushing iOS 14 users to update to the latest OS.
Defense was ultimately the downfall in the Chicago Bulls’ first loss since Dec. 11 as Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks bombarded them from long range.