Apple has introduced a new privacy feature for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV in the latest OS betas that help you understand how a system app or feature is collecting and using your personal information. We now know how it works and have some screenshots showing it in action.
Building a more secure foundation for its platforms, Apple’s added a new privacy feature to iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 to help you see when an Apple app or feature is trying to access your personal information.
iOS 11.3 brought a laundry list of new features to iPhone and iPad today, including iMessages in iCloud, new Animoji, new health features, ARKit enhancements and more. Among those is support for AirPlay 2.
If you want to someday jailbreak your Apple TV 4, you’ll need to restore now to tvOS 11.1 and then block all software updates. This guide will show you how to block automatic updates, prevent it from downloading updates ready to install, and prevent update prompts appearing.
You can set your Apple TV 4K to automatically switch video display modes to match the native frame rate and dynamic range of content being watched rather than go with the highest capability of your TV set, here’s how.