Category: iOS

Apple iCloud stores deleted browsing history almost indefinitely, analyst

Apple iCloud stores deleted browsing history almost indefinitely, analyst

If you’re in Apple’s ecosystem, you’ll need to take a bit more care when deleting your browser history. It turns out that iCloud stores all browsing history, including ‘cleared’ history dating back at least a year, and maybe even longer. Vladimir Katalov, CEO of Elcomsoft, the maker of various hacking tools, tells Forbes that he discovered this issue when browsing […]

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You will soon be able to jailbreak your Apple iPhone 7, but only if you’re on iOS 10.2

You will soon be able to jailbreak your Apple iPhone 7, but only if you’re on iOS 10.2

Rejoice, ye iPhone 7 users, for the Yalu102 jailbreak for iOS 10.2 will soon be available for your device. The Yalu jailbreak is currently functional on Apple’s other iOS devices, including the iPhone 6s and SE, reports TechTimes, but so far, hasn’t been functional on Apple’s newest iPhones. Luca Todesco, the guy who created the Yalu jailbreak, tweeted the following […]

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Apple accused of disabling FaceTime for iPhone 4, 4s users to save up on data costs

Apple accused of disabling FaceTime for iPhone 4, 4s users to save up on data costs

In what appears to be quite shocking news, Apple, the maker of the iPhone has been slapped with a lawsuit that blames the company for shutting down its FaceTime services for users of its older hardware in 2014. According to email evidence, Apple forced its users to upgrade to the latest version of its iOS operating system that would eventually deliver […]

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Apple shuts Activation Lock checker tool, makes buying used iOS devices risky

Apple shuts Activation Lock checker tool, makes buying used iOS devices risky

Apple is said to have removed the Activation Lock tool on the iPhone, iPad and the iPod. With this feature, users could check the ownership status of any of the above mentioned devices. This tool allowed users to enter the serial number or IMEI of an iOS device to find out if the activation lock was active or not. This helped consumers […]

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Apple releases watchOS 3.2; adds Theater Mode and SiriKit

Apple releases watchOS 3.2; adds Theater Mode and SiriKit

Apple has released a new beta update for watchOS, the operating system that is powering its Watch products. The update, watchOS 3.2 beta (14V52-5d) is available for developers to check the latest features and upcoming code changes to update their apps. One thing to note is that the company has added two features, the first one is called ‘Theatre Mode’ […]

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BlackPods will transform your Apple AirPods to match your jet-black iPhone 7 for a whopping $99

BlackPods will transform your Apple AirPods to match your jet-black iPhone 7 for a whopping $99

Apple introduced the AirPods along with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus last year. After a long delay, the wireless earphones finally started shipping in late December. While early impressions of the AirPods have been mixed, most of them have been positive. If you are one of those who like to match your apparel with your gadgets, or just […]

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The Apple iOS 10.3 beta 1 for iOS devices brings a ‘Find My AirPods’ feature and a brand new file system.

The Apple iOS 10.3 beta 1 for iOS devices brings a ‘Find My AirPods’ feature and a brand new file system

Apple has released the iOS 10.3 beta to the public. It brings many new features to the table and there are some interesting ones among them. The iOS 10.3 beta is available on all devices that currently support iOS 10. This includes everything since the iPhone 5, the fourth generation iPad, the iPad Mini 2 and the sixth generation iPod Touch. […]

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Apple iOS 10.3 will update Find My iPhone app to help owners locate lost AirPods

Apple iOS 10.3 will update Find My iPhone app to help owners locate lost AirPods

After pulling the plug on the 3.5mm headphone jack (with plenty of criticism) the dust has finally settled and Apple is now devising ways to help owners of its AirPods find their Bluetooth earphones. Apple’s next update for its mobile operating system, tagged as iOS 10.3, will add support for AirPods in the Find My iPhone app, bringing some relief for […]

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Apple iOS 10.3 beta: Siri learns IPL cricket, improved 3D Touch support for native apps and more

Apple iOS 10.3 beta: Siri learns IPL cricket, improved 3D Touch support for native apps and more

Apple has just released the first beta of the latest version of its mobile operating system, tagged as iOS 10.3. The new beta brings plenty of improvements, but also seems to have added some new features, some of which are even India specific. Siri finally gets smarter in iOS 10.3. In fact she has gotten smart enough to understand the […]

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Apple updates its software with patches for critical security vulnerabilities; update now

Update the software on your Mac,Iphone,Watches,Apple TV ,All Apple Devices

Yesterday’s Apple iOS 10.2.1 does not add any fancy new features to your phone, but it does patch over a dozen major vulnerabilities in the OS. Some of these vulnerabilities will allow hackers full access to your iOS device. Some of these vulnerabilities, listed here, can allow an application to “execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges”. This is geek-speak for […]

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6 Changes Apple Should Make to the Next Version

6 Changes Apple Should Make to the Next Version

Apple’s AirPods are fine.They’re lightweight, they’re remarkably easy to pair with an iPhone, and they’re one of two truly wireless earphones I’ve used that can hold a Bluetooth connection without totally freaking out. They work. You’d be surprised at how few wireless headphones you can say that about. Still, I’d have a hard time recommending them to non-tech-enthusiasts. Though the […]

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Apple updates GarageBand and Logic Pro X with new updates for iOS and Mac

Apple updates GarageBand and Logic Pro X with new updates for iOS and Mac

Apple has updated its music creation apps — GarageBand — for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 — with new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac. “Music has always been part of Apple’s DNA, and we are excited to deliver yet another fun and powerful update to our music creation apps, GarageBand for iOS and Logic […]

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Use military-grade materials to protect your iPad with the Buckingham Case from Gear4

Use military-grade materials to protect your iPad with the Buckingham Case from Gear4

Your iPad may not hold military secrets, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be protected by military-grade materials. Meet the new Buckingham iPad TPU flip case range from Gear4, an impact protection case brand from the U.K. Featuring D3O, the company’s famous shock absorbing technology that promises enhanced impact protection, the Buckingham case claims to combine “modern forms and materials to […]

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Siri-Like Alternative Apps For Your iOS Devices

Siri-Like Alternative Apps For Your iOS Devices

Are you looking for an alternative app for your Siri? Look no further, because here are the best AI personal assistant apps for your iOS devices, according to Slash Gear. Evi With this app, you can perform tasks that you would normally do with Siri, like have random questions answered. This app even has a built-in browser. Therefore, web links can […]

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What Can We Expect from Apple’s iPad this 2017? Predictions We’ve Heard So Far

What Can We Expect from Apple’s iPad this 2017? Predictions We’ve Heard So Far

Apple has three new iOS-powered tablets in line for release in 2017. These are the 9.7 inch model, an updated version of the 12.9 inch iPad and the recently predicted educational model, which has a screen of just over 10 inches. The 12.9-inch model carries Apple to its first targeted and stylus graphical creative designer market. It will be an […]

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iPhone iOS 10.3 Update Could Introduce Cinema Mode; Battery Bug Fix Also Expected

iPhone iOS 10.3 Update Could Introduce Cinema Mode; Battery Bug Fix Also Expected

The next software update for the iPhone and iPad is expected to introduce a whole new set of features including a cinema mode. The iOS 10.3 is now believed to be on trial period. Apple’s iOS 10.3 update is said to include a “cinema mode” for iPhone and iPad owners enabling them to dim their gadgets. This mode is perfect when […]

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What the Apple iPhone 8 needs in 2017 to stay at the top of the smartphone game

What the Apple iPhone 8 needs in 2017 to stay at the top of the smartphone game

At the launch of the iPhone 7 last year, there was something unusual that happened. Rumours of the next or the upcoming iPhone (iPhone 8) had begun to surface, but there was a bit of a confusion, because there were so many of them along with analysts hinting at some unbelievable stuff (coming from Apple). Which is when eventually we […]

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Apple App store to increase size of tvOS app size from 200MB to 4GB

Apple App store to increase size of tvOS app size from 200MB to 4GB

Apple has announced a change in App Store policy increasing the tvOS apps size limit from 200MB to 4GB. “With the increased data size, developers can include more media in their submission and provide a complete, rich user experience upon installation,” Apple said in a post on Thursday. Also, tvOS apps can use ‘On-Demand Resources’ to host up to 20GB […]

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New iPhone to use forged stainless steel and glass, claims leak

New iPhone to use forged stainless steel and glass, claims leak

While the rumour mill is literally overflowing with news about the upcoming iPhones (there’s 3 of them) this year, we aren’t sure as to where do all of these individual bits of information fit in. Adding to the mix is another leak from Taiwan, which hints that the new iPhone will make use of a forged stainless steel chassis. The news comes […]

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Avoid that surprise big bill! Here’s how to turn off in-app purchases on your iOS device

Avoid that surprise big bill! Here’s how to turn off in-app purchases on your iOS device

If you downloaded an app recently, chances are it contained in-app purchases, especially if it was a game. What was once a rarity has turned into the norm, and apps are now full of opportunities to buy virtual goods that essentially don’t exist outside the game. From gems and extra lives, to costumes and ammunition, if there’s a way to charge money […]

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