iOS 9.2 now available for all, here’s everything that’s new

Apple just released iOS 9.2 for all. The software had been moving through both public and developer betas for the past several weeks, so we had an idea of what to expect. You’ll find improvements to Apple Music, the company’s new dedicated music streaming application, including support for creating new playlists when you add a […]

iOS 9 already installed on 66% of compatible devices

Apple’s latest iOS 9 software has already been installed on 66 percent of compatible devices less than three months after it made its public debut, the Cupertino company’s latest adoption figures reveal. Meanwhile, only a quarter of modern devices are still running iOS 8. To save you having to do the math yourself, that means two […]

iOS 9 security flaw lets hackers bypass passcode Over the weekend a tipster sent us a YouTube video that shows one way a would-be hacker could possibly skirt the passcode on an otherwise seemingly secure iOS 9 device. As you’ll see in the video, it’s pretty easy to execute, and could be dangerous to the security of folks who leave their phones […]

tvOS announced for Apple TV based on iOS

Apple TV is getting a new operating system called tvOS based on iOS. The company says its new software makes it easy for developers to create beautiful new apps or simply update their current products for the biggest screen in your house. tvOS introduces a ton of new features for Apple TV. Using Siri voice […]

iOS malware steals 225,000 Apple accounts from jailbroken devices

More than 225,000 Apple accounts have been stolen from iPhone and iPad users by a jailbreak tweak dubbed “KeyRaider.” It’s thought to be the biggest theft of its kind on iOS, and most of the users affected live in China. Discovered by Palo Alto Networks, KeyRaider intercepted iTunes traffic once installed on jailbroken iOS devices, […]

iOS 9 will take up just 1.3GB; iOS 8 takes up 4.58GB

Apple talked a bit about iOS 9 on Monday, when it introduced the new operating system during WWDC 2015 in San Francisco. However, it didn’t touch on some of the smaller features that might not drop as many jaws during a public presentation. On Apple’s site, however, Apple says iOS 9 will consume just 1.3GB […]

Swift 2 announced, will be open source

[metaslider id=2020] Apple just announced Swift 2, an updated and now open source version of its programming language. Swift 2 will be available for iOS, OS X and Linux. Swift 2 includes a ton of improvements, including an error handling model, markdown in comments, availability checking, protocol extensions and a migrator from Swift 1.2 to the […]

Apple introduces multitasking for iPad

Apple’s iPad software is taking a huge step forward with multitasking, which the company just announced as a feature of iOS 9. This isn’t a feature new to tablets—we’ve seen in over on Samsung devices, and also from Microsoft. But, finally, Apple is giving iPad users the ability to run multiple apps on the same […]

Rewards cards coming to Apple Pay

[metaslider id=2001] Dunkin Donuts, Kohls, Walgreens and several other merchants are going to start add support for store cards into Apple Pay. The news was announced during WWDC 2015 in San Francisco, where Apple also revealed it’s going to replace “Passbook” with a new app called “Wallet.” The support for loyalty cards will allow you […]

OS X 10.11 El Capitan launching this fall for free

[metaslider id=1930] The latest version of Apple’s Mac software, called OS X 10.11 El Capitan, will get a free release this fall. There’s also a beta coming in July, though the developer beta is available now. El Capitan isn’t as big as last year’s OS X update, but it still packs in some nice improvements. In […]