Apple just last week released iOS & iPadOS 16.3.1 with bugs fixes and improvements for iPhone and iPad users, and as you’ve probably come to expect, the company is right back at its usual shenanigans of preventing users from downgrading to the older iOS & iPadOS 16.3 firmware.
Learn about the new features and updated automation actions available in the Shortcuts app with iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, macOS 13.2 and watchOS 9.3.
Apple has denied reports that an Apple Maps privacy bug was sharing people’s geographical location with third-party apps without permission.
iOS 16.3 has added a two-factor authentication requirement for iCloud Backup and iCloud Drive to make your device backups and files in the cloud more secure.
These minor updates for the Apple TV and HomePod models include unspecified general performance and stability improvements in the tvOS operating system.
After releasing iOS & iPadOS 16.3 to the general public last week, almost anyone could have predicted that Apple would soon stop signing the older iOS & iPadOS 16.2, and it now seems that time has come.
Apple on Monday released iOS & iPadOS 16.3 as an incremental update for iPhones and iPads.
iOS 16.3 provides a new visual guide to educate users on how to use the Handoff feature to transfer music and other audio between their iPhone and HomePod.
A physical security key replaces two-factor verification codes for authorizing access to your Apple ID account via iPhone, iPad, Mac and the web.
Apple is expected to bring new iPhone features with iOS 16.3, predicted to launch February and March to coincide with early 2023 Mac releases.