iOS 9 has reached 86% of iOS devices since its release in September - a stark contrast with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which rolled out three weeks later, but is now on just 13.3% of Android devices.
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From more Marshmallow and affordable Androids, to sinking smartwatches, Netflix offline, a bevy of betas, and Skype's Windows Phone snub, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple today released the second Public Beta builds for both iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 Sierra. The new builds should be the same as Developer Preview 3, which was released two days ago.
After an 18 month trial of the technology, FIS and Payment Alliance have joined forces to drive down ATM credit card skimming in the US by using QR codes and Touch ID to authenticate transactions.
After releasing new builds of its other operating systems this afternoon, Apple has finally released macOS 10.12 Sierra beta 3 to developers. The build contains lots of fixes and known issues.
iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.
After releasing five developer betas over the course of almost two months, Apple has finally released iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. The updates do not contain any front-facing features.
Apple today released new betas for iOS 10, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10. The betas are the third iteration of each. macOS 10.12 Sierra, curiously, was missing from today's round of builds.
From Holo-pursuits and Nintendo nostalgia, to more Marshmallow, Brexit blues, Galaxys galore, Edge advantages, and Apple's Planet of the Apps, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has outlined the changes it'll be making to Project Islandwood - its open source tool to port iOS apps to Windows - with better implementation of UIKit combined with XAML.
Apple is looking for 100 "exceptional developers" to take part in its new unscripted reality show, promising 'mentorship', funding from VCs investing up to $10m, and a ton of promotion for their apps.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel data shows considerable year-over-year gains for Android in several key markets around the world. iOS share dipped slightly, but Windows phone sales fell further.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
After numerous leaks of parts, specifications, design cues and so on, dummy models of the iPhone 7 handsets have shown up online. These supposedly show the exact design of the upcoming iPhones.
A newly leaked iPhone image shows us its refined antenna lines and camera hump. While it's always tough to say that leaked images are 100% accurate, the new image fits in line with previous leaks.
From Brexit blues and new Nexuses, to Surface anticipation, Mega returns, Microsoft price cuts, Xbox avatar upgrades, and the $4 smart-phony, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple today released the first public beta of macOS 10.12 Sierra, two days after the second developer beta. The main new feature to look out for is Siri. Users can download the new build right now.
Apple today has released the first public beta for iOS 10. The news comes two days after the release of the second developer beta. Apple is calling iOS 10 the biggest iOS release to date.
Apple today released another round of betas for its bug fix updates: iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan, and tvOS 9.2.2. As the version numbers indicate, there are no front-facing features.
With iOS 10, iPhone users will be able to register to become organ, tissue, and eye donors. Apple says the sign-up will be simple and users who do it will be registered with Donate Life America.
After a long wait of 22 days, Apple finally released the second round of betas for its operating systems that it announced at WWDC 2016. Everything was included, such as watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and more.
Apple has today seeded the second beta of the next iteration of OS X, which will now be called macOS 10.12 Sierra. The new build comes 22 days after the first, which followed WWDC 2016.
Apple today released iOS 10 beta 2. The new build comes 22 days after the first one, which shipped after the company's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote. This latest beta brings minor changes.
Samsung is reportedly spinning off its OLED manufacturing business. This separates and protects the valuable division, which recently won a huge deal to supply Apple with 100 million OLED panels.
From Tesla tragedy and Snapchat hopes, to Dell ditching Android, Apple's 'dumpster diving', HTC's fishy phones, and Microsoft's endless 'offers', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple is steadily expanding its music-streaming services, first with Beats and then Apple Music. Now, reports have the Cupertino based company pegged to purchase Jay-Z's Tidal.
A Florida man claims that Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod are "substantially the same" to his 1992 device concept drawings, and is suing the company for $10 billion, and 1.5% of all of its future sales.
Apple today released new beta software for its next minor updates, which include iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 4. There is also a new first beta for Server 5.1.6.
Apple has recently been granted a patent on tech that utilizes infrared signals to prevent iPhones from recording videos and capturing photos during concerts, as well as other photo-sensitive events.
Rumors point to changes coming in Apple's upcoming products. The iPhone 7 is supposedly going to feature a static Home button and a new color, while the Watch will be waterproof and have GPS.
With its current Thunderbolt Display heading for the sunset after five years on the market, Apple is reportedly developing a new model with an embedded GPU which could enable 5K resolutions.
From Huawei's big ambitions and Apple's next iPhones, to free Lumias, Microsoft's mobile payments, HP's hot recall, and not-quite-Universal apps, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Hands-on video to show off the first beta of the next iteration of Apple's desktop operating system, macOS 10.12 Sierra. New features include Siri, picture-in-picture, and more.
Apple has officially discontinued its aging Thunderbolt Display, which could indicate a successor could be on the horizon. The discontinued model was introduced nearly five years ago.
Apple recently released a preview of iOS 10, in which the company left the OS kernel unencrypted, a move that could aid security researchers to find and report critical security vulnerabilities.
Apple's new iPhones will reportedly feature only a few "subtle changes" - but it's said to be planning to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack to make the devices even thinner, and water-resistant.
With major updates to Apple's operating systems just a few months away, the company has seeded new developer betas for iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. There are no new front-facing features.
From Surface savings and Anniversary anticipation, to Opera's 'oops', Kid's Corner crushed, Groovey goodness, and games, games, GAMES! ...it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple has released the first developer beta for watchOS 3. In our hands-on, we'll take a look at new features, and try to figure out if Apple can keep its promises of a faster Apple Watch.
It appears that Apple will finally allow iOS users to play music and take pictures at the same time when iOS 10 is released. Playback will still be interrupted when recording video.
Apple has been requiring developers to submit 64-bit apps for over a year now. Beginning with the iOS 10 beta, it would appear that devices will now warn users trying to use older 32-bit applications.
Statements that users can remove stock apps on iOS 10 have been exaggerated. As it turns out, it only removes the app from the home screen, rather than uninstalling the app.
A credible rumor came out last month suggesting that future MacBooks might feature TouchID and an OLED touch bar - and now code from the macOS Sierra beta seemingly corroborates those rumors.
Apple has announced that once Safari 10 reaches the public, as part of macOS Sierra, Flash will be turned off by default in an effort to ensure users have a better and safer experience with HTML5.
Apple had its WWDC keynote this week, and you know what that means: all-new developer betas to play with. We'll start with iOS 10, which Apple promises is the biggest iOS release ever.
iOS 10 is coming this fall, but it won't be coming to all of the devices that were previously eligible for upgrade to iOS 9. Here's the full list of devices that will be able to install the update.
Apple has announced the availability of its new file-system, dubbed APHS (or Apple File System). It will ship as a technical preview in macOS 10.12 Sierra, but comes with some limitations.
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference today, the firm announced Swift Playgrounds, an app for the iPad that will help teach kids to code using Apple's own programming language, Swift.
It seems Apple may have finally addressed a major complaint of iOS users regarding bloatware, as early adopters of iOS 10 are now reporting that certain stock apps can now be uninstalled.
Apple today announced what's next for its Apple TV today, offering up a developer beta for tvOS 10, which is only available for the latest Apple TV model. The news comes from WWDC 2016.