While it hasn't been the case for every week, it's starting to feel like we're getting these software updates at pretty regular intervals. Say hello to iOS 13.2.3.
Apple stopped signing iOS 13.2 Thursday evening, a move that inhibits iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners from downgrading their handset’s software from the latest iOS 13.2.2 release.
It’s common practice for the Cupertino-based tech company to unsign older software sometime after a newer gets released. Doing so facilitates (sometimes involuntary) software upgrades, which ensures that the majority of iOS device users take advantage of the latest new features, bug fixes, and security improvements.
AirPlay makes it simple to stream content from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to a compatible TV. Maybe a bit too easy. AirPlay can automatically play video on nearby TVs, but that's not always the behavior you might want. Learn how to stop your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch from automatically playing video on any frequently used AirPlay TVs in your household.
If you own Apple's iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphone or newer, you have a quick way of adjusting image quality when capturing video — no need to go through the Settings app. Follow along with iDownloadBlog's step-by-step tutorial to learn how to adjust your iPhone video resolution and frame rate on the fly, directly from the Camera interface.
This week saw yet another point update from Apple to fix a problem, this time for an issue first introduced in late October. We also saw the release of an app we've been waiting for from Adobe for a year - one that's underwhelming many of us, it turns out. Apple surprised us with some welcome electronic health record integration; now if only the rest of the health care industry would catch up. Thoughts on all this stuff in this week's editor's desk roundup.
If you're looking to get the most out of iOS 13 on your iPhone or iPad, we've got a collection of great tips for you to learn that will really help you get the most out of your device.
In late October, Apple released iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 to the public. Now the company is looking ahead to the mobile operating system's next minor update.
Apple news this past week was punctuated by four spotlight events: The release of iOS 13.2, the introduction of the new AirPods Pro, Apple's quarterly earnings announcement, and the release of Apple TV+. Let's look into each of these in more detail in this week’s editor's roundup.
Before the end of October, Apple released yet another update for iOS 13, bringing the version number to 13.2. But it turns out the software may have one big flaw for some users.
Apple on Wednesday released an update to its HomePod software to version 13.2.1, two days after releasing, then pulling, the 13.2 update. The 13.2 update could cause problems with the HomePod that resulted in some devices getting bricked.
Apple yesterday released the iOS 13.2 software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With it came a new computational photography feature for the latest iPhone 11 devices, dubbed Deep Fusion, in addition to Announce Messages With Siri that was originally supposed to arrive as part of the initial iOS 13.0 update, plus a whole bunch of other important changes.
What started off as a pretty good morning for Apple has turned into a relatively less-than-great afternoon/evening.