In this week’s top stories: A fake iPhone 9 makes the rounds, new iOS 13.4 beta, watchOS 6.1.3 is released for everyone, March Apple keynote rumors, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news. Leading off this week, Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri made headlines for explaining why the company hasn’t adopted the
Apple Music gains new features, coronavirus forces Apple to adjust earnings guidance (again), new iPhone SE and iPad Pro rumors continue, and Apple may finaly be considering third-party default apps.
One of Tumblr's software engineers has said that Apple's promotions for its own services are so pervasive that 'iOS is adware'
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) suffered a legal setback after losing a major lawsuit he had filed. “A federal judge has tossed out a racketeering lawsuit House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes filed last year against the private investigation firm at the heart of the Trump-Russia saga,” Politico reported Friday evening. “Alexandria, Virginia-based U.S. District Court [
Following the release of iOS 13.3.1, Apple on Wednesday stopped signing code for iOS 13.3, effectively barring downgrades to the older operating system.
Following the release of iOS 13.3.1 on January 28, Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.3, which means downgrading to that version of iOS is no longer possible.
iOS 13.4 has reverted a bad design choice made with the iOS 13 Mail app, namely the actions toolbar the bottom of the screen. The delete and reply buttons now sit at opposite ends of the toolbar, and Apple has added back the quick actions for flagging and moving folders. The new design will look
ICE Acting Director Matthew Albence branded New York's "Green Light Law" as "irresponsible, unnecessary and downright dangerous."