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.
Another notable bug was discovered and publicized just over the weekend by security researcher Carl Schou in which the presence of a malformed Wi-Fi network name, also known as the SSID, could ‘permanently’ disable an iPhone’s ability to view and connect to nearby Wi-Fi networks. It’s not the first time a Wi-Fi name glitch has affected iPhones, which understandably raises some eyebrows.
Citing the security researcher, the bug would be triggered if the iPhone comes within range of a Wi-Fi network or personal hotspot with the offending name or SSID. Consequently, the Settings app’s Wi-Fi toggle switch becomes disabled and grayed out, preventing the user from turning it back on. Not even resetting the iPhone’s network settings fixes this, compelling the iPhone owner to effectively restore the device to factory settings.
Safari's WebKit rendering engine has a flaw that could crash the browser and enable malicious code execution, and Apple hasn't yet patched it even though a fix's been available for weeks.
Apple is rolling out a fix for a weird bug in iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 where some users are seeing a greyed out toggle in Settings for the new App Tracking Transparency (ATT) feature.
Apple's iOS 14.5 software update unblocks the word “Asian” as adult content, fixing an apparent bug in the Screen Time feature that blocked any web searches with “Asian” in them.
Following recent news that older iCloud links used by iOS automation fans to share their Shortcuts workflows with others have stopped working, Apple has now promised a fix.
The latest AirPods Max firmware that arrived earlier in the week appears to have fixed the issue affecting some units that were plagued with excessive battery drain while in the Smart Case.
Apple has determined that “a very small number” of people have experienced an issue with the battery in their Mac notebook not charging past the one percent mark.
Over recent weeks, a strange issue has popped up for some iPhone users. Not only are they unable to delete apps from their iPhone, but there is no Delete option whatsoever.
Normally, you can delete an app from your iPhone Home Screen with a long-press, Remove App > Delete App. Or, in your Settings under iPhone Storage. However, these users do not see the Delete App option in either spot.
If you or someone you know are experiencing this problem, we have two ways to fix this issue that have worked for others.
After recently switching to a new Apple TV 4K, I encountered an issue that my previous Apple TV didn't have. Specifically, I would experience constant navigation lag when using the trackpad of the Siri remote.
The symptoms would be pretty obvious. As I was navigating any area of the user interface, whether it would be the Home Screen, Settings, or even scrubbing in an app, I would run into a laggy navigation that would create an inconsistent behavior. Swiping on the trackpad would sometimes take a few seconds to register on the screen, and then all the sudden after a short freeze, navigation would resume, but jump all over the place.
Mac customers have been painfully aware that the Bluetooth protocol is a bag of hurt. Various unreliability issues that have been plaguing owners of the new M1 Mac computers only exacerbate the underlying problem. But Apple may be fixing unreliable Bluetooth connections on Apple silicon Macs with the upcoming release of the macOS Big Sur 11.2 software update.
Maybe you just got an Apple Pencil or a new iPad and want to use this convenient combo. But for some reason, unknown to you, you can’t pair your Apple Pencil with your iPad.
Here, we’ll explain several methods to remedy this situation, beginning with which Apple Pencils work with which iPads.