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Apple to Put Off Some New iOS 12 Features in Favor of Stability Improvements
According to the recent report from Axios, some major updates of iOS 12 will come out in 2019. Apple will instead focus on bug fixing and stability of the upcoming iOS.
Neither Face ID nor Touch ID was Intended for Multiple Users — Craig Federighi
Face ID is intended to be used by a single person and it’s not likely that the company is going to change this in the future. The recent email from Apple chief software engineer Craig Federighi has confirmed this.
Apple Adds the Possibility to Change Third-Party Apple ID Email Address to an Apple Address
Apple has made some changes in Apple ID policy and added a possibility that wasn’t available earlier. Now customers that had third-party emails as their Apple ID address can change it to Apple’s email addresses, like @icloud.com, @me.com, @mac.com.
iPhone X and iOS 11 Can Finally Hide Lock Screen Notification Content
iPhone X will show the content of lock screen notifications exclusively to the device owner. This is possible due to TrueDepth camera and iOS 11 features.
Apple Releases iOS 11.0.2 With Fixes to Some Issues
Apple has released another update to its iOS 11 that includes fixes to some issues the customers were complaining about.
Apple Released Update to iOS 11
Apple has just released iOS version 11.0.1, one week after major version came out.
iOS 11 Interesting Features Overview
Apple released the official version of iOS 11. If you have installed Golden Master version, you won’t get the update notification, as GM is actually the same as iOS 11. We made a list of interesting iOS 11 features you’ll like.
iPod Nano And iPod Shuffle Are Officially Discontinued
Apple’s so popular in past years music devices are no longer available in the official stores.
Apple Seeds macOS High Sierra to Public Testers
Apple has released the first beta of macOS High Sierra to public testers. Along with this, the company has made the second beta of the upcoming operating system available for developers.
Apple Announces iOS 11, macOS 10.13, and watchOS 4
Apple has announced a bunch of updates at WWDC. These updates include iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11. Each software version brings new features, bug fixes, and security improvements.
Apple Reacts to Hackers’ Threat, Says There Were No Breaches
Yesterday, a group of hackers demanded that Apple should pay them $75,000. They claimed they had access to more than 600 million icloud.com, me.com, and mac.com accounts and promised to delete these accounts unless the company pays them until April 7. Today, Apple commented on the issue, saying there were no Apple ID or iCloud breaches. Apple also suggested that the hackers may have obtained the account details leaked by third-party services.
iPhone Kills Man Who Was Charging It While Being in Bath
A 32-year-old man from London died because of the iPhone that he was charging while taking a bath. The phone was plugged in and the part of charging cable fell into the water. The man was electrocuted and paramedics were unable to save his life. The incident took place in December, 2016.
Apple Seeds Seventh iOS 10.3 Beta to Developers and Public Testers
Apple has released the seventh beta of iOS 10.3 to developers and public testers. The release took place just three days after the release of the previous beta. This is rather strange as typically Apple seeds new builds once a week. Such an early release of the seventh beta may mean that Apple has found a serious security issue affecting the firmware and decided to fix it as soon as possible.
New MacBooks to Get Additional ARM Chip
Apple is working on a new ARM-chip that will be added to the next-generation MacBook. According to Bloomberg, this new chip will work simultaneously with the main processor and be responsible for low-power mode features of the laptop. This is a bit similar to the chip that makes the Touch Bar work on the 2016 MacBook Pro.
Apple Releases macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to Users Worldwide
Apple has released macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to users worldwide. The update contains a number of important bug fixes for those users who own a 13-inch or 15-inch MacBook Pro. Apart from that, there are some general performance, stability, and security enhancements that make the latest software version an update worth installing for the users of all compatible Mac computers.