iOS 16.0 was a surprisingly buggy release. But Apple head your pain—iOS 16.1 squishes a bunch of bugs while bringing a few cool new features to your iPhone.
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The iPadOS 16 software enables a zoomed-out display setting on older iPad models, including those that are powered by Apple's A12X and A12Z chips.
Apple's brought its adaptive transparency mode to the original AirPods Pro with iOS 16.1 beta 3 after this handy feature debuted on the second-generation model.
Adobe has updated its Photoshop and Premiere Elements with full support for Apple silicon Macs and new AI-powered features for casual users.
The weather app Dark Sky is no longer on Apple's App Store, suggesting it was removed ahead of schedule after the iPhone maker acquired it in March 2020.
Microsoft will pull SwiftKey from Apple's App Store on October 5. Here's how to continue using the keyboard app on your iPhone and iPad after the cut-off date.
Apple originally intended to name its low-end 6.7-inch device “iPhone 14 Max” but has changed its mind at the last minute so we got iPhone 14 Plus instead.
The new In-App Content toggle in iOS 16.1 lets iPhone apps such as games preload data after being downloaded from the App Store so they're ready on first launch.
Watch this new collection of Apple Watch Ultra video tips, ranging from the setup process to adjusting important settings, configuring features and setting up apps.
Is Apple's duplicate detection feature in Photos not working for you? Here's how to fix the Duplicates album not showing up in the iPhone’s Photos app on iOS 16!
The changes in iOS 16.1 beta 3 include new iPhone features such as Live Activities for live sports scores and a demo for the iPhone 14's satellite connectivity feature.
AirPods Pro 2's charging case has a lanyard loop that might double as an antenna for Apple's U1 chip and support improved tracking in the Find My app.