Do certain images and videos saved in iOS 15's Photos app disappear on a whim from your device? If so, chalk that up to another bug in iOS 15 that in certain conditions deletes images that you've previously saved to Apple's Photos software from your Messages chats.
Apple has acknowledged that it's aware of a serious vulnerability plaguing its personal item tracker, dubbed AirTag. The nasty bug allows nefarious actors to redirect the person who finds and scans a lost AirTag to a phishing website instead of the Apple one. The company has confirmed it is working on a fix, saying the solution will be arriving in the next software update.
Do you run into weird issues when attempting to unlock iPhone 13 with Apple Watch? You're not alone. Apple has recognized that people are having problems with this feature and has promised to deliver a fix, but wouldn't say when.
If your iPhone or iPad widgets reset to their default settings after restoring your device from a backup, feel free to chalk that up to an iOS bug that Apple is aware of.
Earlier this week, Apple officially launched iOS 15 to the public. And while the update process appears to have gone over well enough, and easily enough, it's not without some issues. Some iPhone owners out there in the wild who have updated to the newest version of the mobile OS are running into an annoying bug.
It seemed like jailbreak-viable kernel exploits and security vulnerabilities for iOS & iPadOS 14 had all but disappeared over the course of the past several months, but with iOS & iPadOS 15 right around the corner, that appears to be changing.
Those who use a scanner may have seen an error message when attempting to actually use it. But don't worry, as Apple has promised to deliver a fix for this odd Mac scanner issue.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
If the “Unlock with iPhone” feature won't work on your Apple Watch, that could be because you're using a phone with Touch ID and running the new iOS 14.7 update.
A recently discovered bug that allows malformed network names to crash your iPhone’s Wi-Fi, requiring a factory reset to fix, is now more potent as a zero-day vulnerability in iOS 14.6.
It was only a few days ago that the Odyssey Team acknowledged the discovery of a serious bug on iOS 14 that could cause data loss and/or forced iOS updates.
As such, the Odyssey Team recommended that users of newer versions of the Taurine jailbreak revert to Taurine version 1.0.4, as both versions 1.0.5 and 1.0.6 appeared to exacerbate this issue one way or another.
An issue with Apple Weather has been making rounds, prompting silly speculation that the app was designed to avoid showing 69° as a temperature. Nothing could be further from the truth—in reality, this odd bug is a programming error that has already been fixed in iOS 15.