After launching iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 and other related software updates, Apple has now brought design tweaks to its iCloud Mail app on the web.
Apple released iOS & iPadOS 14.8 last Monday to patch serious vulnerabilities that could have been weaponized by hackers to run malicious code on others’ iPhones and iPads via iMessage. Most owners of these devices were advised to update without hesitation, except perhaps jailbreakers, given the gravity of what these vulnerabilities could have entailed.
Now that it’s been a week since that software update, it may come as no surprise that Apple has officially closed the signing window for iOS & iPadOS 14.7.1, the firmware that pre-dated iOS & iPadOS 14.8.
Excitement is swirling around in the jailbreak community Monday evening after hacker and iOS developer @__spv took to Twitter to share thought-provoking Tweets related to untethered jailbreaks.
Untethered jailbreaks are something of a rarity these days, with most modern jailbreaks being either semi-tethered or semi-untethered variants instead. But a teaser by security researcher Linus Henze just one week ago manifested at least some hope that the community could witness one again soon, at least for the likes of iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1 and below.
And speaking of untethered jailbreaks, Odyssey Team lead developer CoolStar announced via the Sileo / Taurine / Odyssey Discord channel Monday evening that they had successfully achieved arbitrary code execution in a native iOS/iPadOS application after conducting a full reboot of the device. This is, of course, the hallmark feature of an untethered jailbreak.
One of the areas of focus for Apple this year with the iPhone 13 lineup is the cameras. ProRes video, for instance, is one area where Apple hopes to improve overall video capturing with the new iPhone lineup. Cinematic mode is all about focus, too, quite literally. And now Apple's own Clips app supports both.
While Apple does a solid enough job of detailing most of the new features baked into software updates, there are typically some elements that miss the big unveilings (or even the press releases soon after). And some aren't necessarily meant to see the bright lights of a stage at all. Instead, they are buried within documentation. But that doesn't make them any less important.
Earlier today, Apple released iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to the public. We're still waiting for the other big update, though. macOS 12 Monterey is still waiting in the wings, which will bring with it plenty of new features to the desktop OS. But today, Apple's dangling a carrot for all of us waiting for that new software.
Earlier this month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 lineup to the world at its California Streaming event. Last week, the new lineup went up for pre-order. And, later this week, the smartphones will officially go on sale and start arriving on doorsteps for folks who pre-ordered. Unless you're one lucky person in Dubai.
Following months of testing, Apple's iOS 15 software is now available to the general public. The update brings several major new features as well as a bunch of under-the-hood improvements. Here are some of the best fifteen iOS 15 features that you should try.
With iOS 15, HomePod gets several new features like creating a stereo pair from two HomePod minis, controlling media playback on your Apple TV with Siri on your HomePod and much more. Here's everything new, enhanced and improved in HomePod Software version 15.
It's Monday, September 20, which means it's Launch Day for most of the brand new versions of Apple's popular software platforms. Right alongside the public launch of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, the company is also welcoming watchOS 8 and tvOS 15.
If you're going to get yourself an iPhone 13, any one of the upcoming models in the lineup, then you'll probably want a case. If that describes you, then you'll want to check out our list of some of the best options you can pick up right now.