Leaked engineering screenshots of iOS 14 suggest that the OS might receive a native call recorder feature. It will let users record incoming and outgoing calls for both phone and FaceTime calls.
Google announced today that the Google app on Android 10 and iOS 12/13 will begin getting the dark mode feature. It has been rolling out gradually since last year to Pixel users and beta testers.
Google is updating its Gmail app for iOS with support for the native Files app. The file picker now lets users navigate and select files through a familiar UI. The feature is currently rolling out.
Microsoft is open-sourcing the solution that it used for brining dark mode to the Outlook app on iOS. The solution is called DarkModeKit and is available on Github, applicable for iOS 11 and above.
Apple Maps has released a new version of its Maps app for users in the United States, adding better road coverage and more precise data. The experience will come to Europe in the next few months.
A new rumor suggests that Apple's iOS 14 will be supported on all devices running iOS 13, including the four-year-old iPhone SE. iPad OS 14, however, may drop support for iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4.
A new report claims that Apple is changing the development process for its upcoming software updates, in light of the many issues that have plagued the multiple iterations of iOS 13.
Yesterday's new iOS 13.2 beta build actually contains a few notable features, such as the ability to change both the resolution and the frame rate of video capture through the Camera app.
Version 4.0.3 for Unity and Version 4.0.11 for iOS of the Bose AR SDK are now available. iOS 13 is now supported, faster pairing is now possible, and some connectivity issues have been resolved.
Users on Reddit have been discovering a pretty major security flaw in iOS 13, which exposes credit card information to random strangers. Apple has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix.
Apple's new iPhones are out, and they ship with iOS 13. There's only one problem, which is that beta testers are on iOS 13.1, and you can't put an iOS 13.1 iCloud backup on iOS 13.
Apple released iOS 13 today to the general public, and that means apps are getting updated to support it. OneDrive is one of those apps, adding dark mode support, one of the key iOS 13 features.
As promised by the Cupertino firm, Apple today released iOS 13 for supported iPhones. Typically released later in the month, the major iOS update includes a bunch of new features, such as dark mode.
Microsoft has released an update to its SwiftKey keyboard on iOS, adding support for dark mode on the upcoming iOS 13. It also now lets you create an account using Sign In with Apple.
Apple's IOS 13 users may have to upgrade their software to patch an exploit that was recently discovered by security researcher Jose Rodriguez. It allows anyone to bypass the screen lock.
As usual, Apple released new builds of its major operating systems following its hardware event today. You can now download the iOS 13 GM seed, or various other beta builds that are now available.
Apple held its annual hardware event today, and following the keynote, the company announced the release dates of most of its major updates to its operating systems, like iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and more.
Today, Apple released the eighth developer beta builds for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and watchOS 6. The GM seeds should be made available in just a few weeks, followed by general availability.
A week after the last beta releases and a few weeks away from the tentative date of their public launch, Apple releases the seventh iOS13, watchOS 6, iPadOS 13, and tvOS 13 betas for Apple Developers.
Today, Apple released the sixth developer betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. Being that they're the sixth betas, there are no major features included in any of the builds.
One day after releasing the fifth developer betas of its major software updates, Apple has now released the corresponding public betas to users. The fifth developer beta for watchOS 6 is also out.
Today, Apple released the fifth developer betas of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and tvOS 13, while there are no new builds for watchOS 6 or macOS 10.15 Catalina. As usual, they mainly include fixes.
Just a day after releasing the fourth developer betas for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple today released the third public beta builds for the two operating systems, along with tvOS and macOS.
Today, Apple released its fourth developer betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. It also comes alongside a new Xcode beta, fixing an issue with yesterday's macOS build.
Today, Apple released a new round of public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, and macOS Catalina, but it also seeded new developer betas for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, still called beta 3.
Today, Apple released the third developer betas for the next major updates for its operating systems. The updates include iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS 10.15 Catalina.
Today, the general public will be able to get their first taste of the iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 Catalina betas. Obviously, there are lots of fun new features for everyone to try out.
Today, Apple released the second developer beta builds of its next major updates, which include iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOs 10.15 Catalina. There are new configuration profiles.
Apple has quietly put out a support page announcing the deprecation of TLS certificates signed with SHA-1 in iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 Catalina two years after other tech giants adopted the change.
Earlier this week, Apple announced iPadOS 13 and iOS 13, releasing developer betas for both immediately following the keynote. Naturally, we installed the builds and went hands on.
With WWDC this week, Apple has published its updated App Store guidelines, which show that the company's new 'Sign in with Apple' feature will be mandatory, once it's generally available.
Apple announced its next major software updates today, including iOS 13, iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS 10.15 Catalina. The betas are available now; here's how to get them.
Apple announced iOS 13 today, also announcing that the iPad variant of the OS is now called iPadOS 13. What the firm didn't talk about is which iOS devices are still supported, and which aren't.
Today at WWDC, Apple announced iOS 13, including he dark mode that's been heavily rumored and leaked. It also includes a swipe keyboard for the first time, new Maps features, and more.
Apple has been rumored to be bringing support for dark mode to iOS with version 13, and now that we're one week away from its developer event, leaked screenshots showcase what it will look like.
In just a couple of weeks, Apple will be announcing iOS 13. According to a new report though, the new software update will be dropping support for a number of older iPhones and iPads.
According to a new report, Apple is finally going to add a system-wide dark theme in iOS 13, along with some big improvements for its iPad lineup that do not include mouse support.
Apple today announced the dates of its next developer conference, WWDC 2019. The conference will be held from June 3 through 7 in San Jose, CA. The company is expected to announce iOS 13 and more.