After a considerable delay, Apple has finally released its "controversial" App Tracking Transparency (ATT) feature to the wild, alongside the launch of iOS 14.5 earlier today. And now, just in time, Apple's Craig Federighi has some comments on the matter.
Apple has been working on the next update for iPhone and iPad for quite some time, seeding more than half dozen betas in the process. But now iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 are now live.
Apple plans to release its new iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5 and tvOS 14.5 software updates today around 10am PT / 1pm ET, bringing new features to iPhone, iPad and Apple TV customers.
Apple has been working on updating its popular operating systems over the last few months, with iOS 14.5 set to launch next week. Before that happens, though, Apple's ready with another beta.
Apple Music allows you to share your favorite lyrics from a song on Apple Music as an Instagram story with just a few taps, and we walk you through the whole process.
For the sake of inclusion and diversity, Apple's Siri virtual assistant no longer defaults to a female voice in the United States. Instead, you can now set your preferred Siri voice as part of the setup process (or after the fact, like before). In addition, you can switch to one of the two new Siri voices available with iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5. Follow along with our tutorial to learn how to change Siri's default voice on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and HomePod.
Tim Cook recently confirmed that the public launch of iOS 14.5 is happening soon. However, there's still time for more betas so the company can keep working out the kinks.
Now that there are three major iOS & iPadOS 14-supported jailbreaks available to the community, including checkra1n, Taurine, and unc0ver, we’re seeing more jailbreakers jump onboard than ever before.
With that in mind, lots of jailbreakers are wondering what tweaks they should install to augment their liberated device, and this roundup will help with that by providing a curated list of the recent jailbreak tweak releases spanning the week of Monday, April 5th to Sunday April 11th.
It’s no secret that the iPad’s Control Center user experience leaves a lot to be desired. In fact, we recently covered the release of a free jailbreak tweak called Yuna that makes better use of all the otherwise wasted and unused space.
When you open Control Center on the iPad, the entire display becomes blurred, yet the actual Control Center interface is contained to the right-most 1/3 if the display. Seems overkill, don’t you think?
Tim Cook recently confirmed that the public launch of iOS 14.5 is "a couple of weeks" away. As such, there's still time for more beta seeds to keep ironing things out before that happens.
Today, Apple has launched a brand new app. This one's not for the general public, though. Instead, it's meant as a means to let folks building devices and accessories that utilize the "Find My" network to test them.
Upon unleashing iOS 14 at the end of last year, Apple introduced a refreshed widget system in which specialized widgets can be placed alongside app icons on the Home Screen instead of being crammed into the totally separate Today page.
Home Screen-centric widgets have been a wishlist item for iPhone users for several years, so this was a dream come true for many. Still, it’s important to note that jailbreakers have enjoyed Home Screen widgets for what feels like forever thanks to tweaks like Velox Reloaded and the likes.