Apple with iOS 15.4 has reportedly fixed a Core Animation bug that has resulted in a sub-par ProMotion experience. Now all third-party apps automatically use smooth 120Hz animations on iPhones that feature support for ProMotion display technology.
Apple has officially deprecated Python 2.7 in macOS Monterey 12.3. The company is advising its developers to use an alternative programming language instead, such as Python 3, which, however, does not come preinstalled on macOS.
Earlier this week, Apple officially released the iOS 15.3 update out into the wild, along with a few others. But the company isn't slowing down anytime soon. So today, Apple has moved right along with the seeding of yet another update for its major platforms.
Back in December of 2021, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to developers. Since then, the company went quiet on the beta seeding front. Which certainly makes sense, with the holiday excitement in full swing at the end of the month.
When Apple unveiled iPadOS 15 earlier this year at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, there were a variety of new features announced. That included a pretty big update for support for Apple's Swift Playgrounds app. Being able to build apps right from the company's tablet lineup was good news at the time.
Moving right along here, Apple has seeded the next beta for its upcoming software update to iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. This latest update isn't the biggest by far, and it's not adding a whole suite of new forward facing features for the end user. However, the software does make some notable additions and changes.
One of the features that macOS Monterey users are still waiting to get their hands on is SharePlay. And while the wait continues, we're at least one step closer. Apple is moving ahead with the developer betas of the software that will actually bring it to the masses.
The beta process keeps on trucking along. Apple has seeded the latest betas of its next updates for the company's most popular operating systems. And while it might not be adding any major forward facing new features to the mix, there are certainly some noteworthy new additions.
The last time Apple seeded betas for its next updates to its operating systems, it was still October. But, today, the company is back at it again, preparing developers (and, eventually, public beta testers) for what's to come on the software front. As such, there are new beta seeds available for developers.
You may want to contact an iPhone, iPad, or Mac app developer for multiple reasons. This includes getting support, requesting a new feature, notifying about a bug, information regarding an update, asking for their next app, and more.
Apple makes it easy and transparent to contact an iOS, iPadOS, or macOS app developer via the App Store. This post will show you five ways to reach the app's developer to get your grievances addressed.
Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to the public, Apple is already hard at work on the follow-up. As such, a period of beta testing is part of the process. Which means developers now get to try out iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 ahead of a public launch later this year.