VLC is among the best media player apps that can open several file formats, including MKV, AVI, MP4, MOV, SRT, Opus, DTS, etc. You can easily add and save files inside the iOS VLC app to enjoy them on the go.
In this tutorial, we show you two ways (wired and wireless) to transfer video, audio, subtitle, and other files from a Mac or PC to the VLC app on your iPhone or iPad.
Apple just last week released iOS & iPadOS 15.6 to the masses following an extensive beta testing period involving both developers and public beta participants. Fast-forward to today, and Apple doesn’t want anyone turning back.
Download this free new Mac app if you'd like to regain the functionality of the old iTunes mini-player and control Apple Music on any modern version of macOS.
Just last Monday, Apple released iOS & iPadOS 15.5 to the general public with changes for Apple Cash and the Podcasts app, and as many would come to expect, this move also meant that Apple would stop signing the older iOS & iPadOS 15.4.1 in the near future.
Apple released iOS & iPadOS 15.4.1 last week with a fix for the battery drain issue that had been widely reported by a myriad of users on iOS & iPadOS 15.4 and to address some security holes that needed patching.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 15.5 to developers. This is probably one of the last major updates for iOS 15 as a whole, with iOS 16 looming on the horizon. And while this update doesn't appear to add any major new features to the mix, it does look like Apple is going to be making some changes with the new software.
You need your iPhone or iPad to show up in Mac's Finder to create a backup, copy files, change accessibility settings, restore the device, and more.
The solutions below will help fix the problem of your iPhone not showing up in Finder, Mac not recognizing your iPhone, or "Trust This Computer" not showing up. All of these options apply to all Macs and MacBooks running macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur, and the current macOS Monterey.
Following a rigorous beta period, Apple unleashed its iOS & iPadOS 15.4 software updates for iPhone and iPad last Monday with huge upgrades, such as being able to unlock an iPhone with Face ID while wearing a mask and support for Universal Control, among other things. As we come up on a full week after the release, it’s unsurprising to see that Apple has now stopped signing the previous release: iOS & iPadOS 15.3.1.
Apple last week publicly released iOS & iPadOS 15.3.1 with bug fixes and security improvements for iPhones and iPads alike. Consequently, we knew it wouldn’t be long until Apple closed the signing window for the older iOS & iPadOS 15.3 firmware.
After releasing iOS & iPadOS 15.3 to the general public last week with important bug fixes and improvements for iPhone and iPad users alike, the Cupertino-based company has just this evening closed the signing window for the predecessor iOS & iPadOS 15.2.1 firmware.
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 no longer signing iOS & iPadOS 15.2 as of Wednesday, a move on the Cupertino-based company’s part that will stymie individual users’ attempts to restore or downgrade their iPhone or iPad to this particular firmware using either Finder on macOS or iTunes on Windows.