Apple has defended its decision to originally withhold from customers important details pertaining to iOS’s controversial power management, saying it wanted to confirm first that the iOS 10.2.1 software update successfully solved the widely reported unexpected shutdowns. Do you buy this explanation?
Apple has said that its newest iPhone models feature unspecified “hardware updates” that allow for better battery management, implying that it may not release an iOS software update that throttles the CPU performance of iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Responding to a letter from a top Republican lawmaker investigating the iPhone throttling issue, Apple has said it’s considering offering rebates to those who paid the non-discounted price for a replacement battery in an effort to restore performance of their handset.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxies are up for an unveiling later this month and leaked press shots suggest no changes in industrial design, with the exception of what appears to be a dual-lens camera setup out the back, aligned vertically.
Are you as much annoyed as we are by the persistent message in the Settings app asking that you complete personalizing your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch by enrolling in Apple Pay or setting up another feature like Siri that you deliberately skipped during the onboarding process?
iOS’s device pairing method can be misused to facilitate data theft, investigative overreach and snooping. To prevent such misuses, Apple has elevated your security in iOS 11 by introducing passcode requirement for the “Trust This Computer” prompt.
Apple customers have long been able to designate any user-submitted app review as helpful in order to help App Store surface apps and games that are relevant to their personal tastes. Coupled with iOS 11.3’s new sorting options in App Store, this helps others filter only the most helpful reviews.