Apple has posted the first stats for iOS 13 adoption since its launch on September 19th for iPhone. Apple shared the statistics on the App Store Developers page which was updated today. Apple reports iOS
Update: iOS 13.2 beta 3, iPadOS 13.2 beta 3, watchOS 6.1 beta 4, and tvOS 13.2 beta 3 are now available. iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 public beta 3 also now available Apple today is releasing the third developer
Libra is redesigned its iPad Pro keyboard with touchpad to avoid a recent lawsuit from Brydge. The keyboard’s creator, Sentis, has publicly apologized to Brydge. But after reviewing mockups of the Libra’s
AnandTech today published its in-depth review of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, including a detailed overview of the processor and graphics performance gains of Apple's latest A13 Bionic chip. Starting
Update: Apple has also released a supplemental update to macOS Catalina, find the full release notes below. Apple is releasing iOS 13.1.3 to the public today with further bug fixes and performance improvements.
YouTube TV is quickly becoming one of the most popular options for live-streaming traditional TV channels, but it appears to have just lost the ability to run its subscription through Apple’s iTunes. couple
Apple today has issued a rare update for its AirPort Utility application on iOS. While the AirPort hardware itself has long been discontinued, Apple continues to support the ecosystem when necessary. update
Apple’s latest Mac update, macOS Catalina, was released earlier this week, and with it came a flurry of complications both minor and major. For one, this update is the first for Apple to drop 32-bit application
Apple’s iOS 13.2 is on its way, with a host of new features and updates. One particularly important change for Apple’s billion Siri users is starting to roll out with the latest beta for the soon to launch
The first beta of iOS 13.2 brought a handful of changes like Deep Fusion support, Announce Messages With Siri and HomePod handoff options, but iOS 13.2 beta 2 introduces even more significant changes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent an email to employees with a lengthier explanation for why the company chose to remove HKmap.live from the App Store yesterday. Similar to Apple’s statement last night, Cook
Apple has banned HKmap.live — a Waze-like crowdsourced maps app used by protestors in Hong Kong to track police movements in the city state — merely days after approving it. The company told Reuters it