Think twice before concluding there's nothing new to learn about editing iPhone alarms. If you have iOS 15.0 or later on your iPhone, use this handy tip to quickly edit an alarm.
If you forgot your iPhone passcode, take advantage of a handy Security Lockout feature to erase your device without having to plug it into a computer in DFU recovery mode.
Apple is developing a fix for a recently discovered Safari tracking bug that would let any website track your browsing history and access your Google ID for tracking purposes.
Apple is no longer allowing people who are on iOS 14 to skip the latest iOS 15 update, a possible reaction to the company's own numbers showing the number of devices in the wild running iOS 15 lags behind the iOS 14 adoption rate at this point after release.
App Library was introduced in iPhone with iOS 14 and iPad with iPadOS 15. Since then, it has stayed on future versions, including iOS 15. If you aren't a big fan of App Library, you might want to disable it temporarily or turn it off entirely.
The bad news is you can't disable or toggle off App Library on iPhone. But there are some things you can do to make sure you do not have to use it ever. So you can't get rid of App Library, but we show you how to ignore it.
iOS 15.3 helps resolve iCloud Private Relay error messages by no longer blaming cell carriers when the feature gets inadvertently turned off due to a network issue.
Back in December of 2021, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to developers. Since then, the company went quiet on the beta seeding front. Which certainly makes sense, with the holiday excitement in full swing at the end of the month.
Last week, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, watchOS 8.4, and tvOS 15.4 to developers. So of course the company needs to move forward with the public beta testing, too. And today Apple is doing just that.
It might be Friday, and it might be one week before Christmas swings around, but that isn't stopping Apple from getting a new beta build out there into the wild. Apple is looking to bring iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to the public in the near future. Which means the beta process must go on.
When Apple unveiled iPadOS 15 earlier this year at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, there were a variety of new features announced. That included a pretty big update for support for Apple's Swift Playgrounds app. Being able to build apps right from the company's tablet lineup was good news at the time.
The tea leaves tried to tell us that things weren't looking so hot for Universal Control. Not when it comes to a release date, anyway. But still we held out hope that one of the coolest features Apple unveiled alongside iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 would see the light of day before the end of 2021.
Apple has been working on the next update for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 for a bit of time now. Which means we've been working with a variety of different beta seeds over the last couple of months or so. But, now the company is ready for the public release.