It has been in the works for weeks now, but the wait is finally over. Along with the public release of macOS Monterey 12, Apple has also released the next big updates for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Now, users with eligible devices at their disposal can download and install iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 for free.
The iPhone has excellent accessibility features, which ensure people with disabilities can use the device to get work done. iOS 15 added a new option called Per-App Settings which lets you customize helpful accessibility settings for each app.
Last year we showed you a jailbreak tweak called Appaze 2 that lets you configure several system settings like brightness, screen rotation, and much more on a per-app basis. Now, Per-App Settings in iOS 15 are not even close to matching this tweak's capabilities, but it certainly is a step in the right direction.
This guide shows you how anyone can use this new iOS 15 feature to personalize desired iPhone apps. Doing this ensures you can have some of the app settings meet your specific needs.
Apple released iOS & iPadOS 15.0.2 the previous Monday with bug fixes and security improvements for most modern iPhones and iPads, and now that about a week has passed, the Cupertino-based tech company has closed the signing window for the older iOS & iPadOS 15.0.1 firmware.
The Pangu Team is a name you might remember if you’ve been jailbreaking iPhones and iPads since ye olde days of iOS 9. Despite not releasing a public jailbreak since then, the Pangu Team continues to be hands-on with respect to iOS-related security research.
A wonderful example of that happened just this weekend in Chengdu, China at the TianfuCup (TFC) 2021, where the Pangu Team appears to be taking home the first-place prize in the contest by successfully pwning Apple’s brand-new iPhone 13 Pro running iOS 15 via a remote jailbreak. The earnings? A juicy $330,000 cash prize.
When Apple unveiled iOS 15, it also revealed that the Wallet app will support storing digital driver's licenses and identification cards. Unfortunately, though, the feature isn't supported by all 50 states in the United States, at least not yet. Worse, the feature isn't even live quite yet, as Apple delayed the feature for sometime later this fall.
Security researcher Saar Amar on Monday published a proof of concept (PoC) of a kernel-level vulnerability dubbed CVE-2021-30883 that was patched by Apple’s iOS & iPadOS 15.0.2 software updates.
The write-up reignited hope that we’d see a jailbreak for recent iterations of Apple’s mobile operating systems, and perhaps unsurprisingly, some security researchers have already started going hands-on with it.
Follow our tutorial that walks you through the steps required to upload an audiogram to your iPhone and map AirPods or other compatible headphones to your personal hearing profile.
The march towards a public launch of iOS 15 continues. Apple is back with another beta for its next update to its popular mobile operating system, along with iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS. And today, new betas are available for each platform.
When Apple released iOS & iPadOS 15.0.2 on Monday, one of the major changes was a security patch for a vulnerability reported in IOMobileFrameBuffer in which memory corruption could have resulted in an app executing arbitrary code with kernel-level privileges.
Learn how to create an audiogram for importing on your iPhone and iPad so you can map your AirPods or other compatible headphones to your personal hearing profile.
On October 1, Apple released iOS 15.0.1 to the public. It was a minor update in the grand scheme of things, even if it did add some important fixes. And now Apple's back with another minor update for its popular mobile operating system.
It's safe to say that the release of iOS 15 could have gone a bit better. It wasn't the roughest iOS update to date, but it wasn't the smoothest, either. From large annoyances to small ones, the new software had a few bumps in the road. Like, for instance, for Apple TV owners who cannot stop getting keyboard notifications on their iPhone.