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While many users have reported being unable to use their iOS devices after upgrading to iOS 9.3, Apple has responded, providing potential workarounds for the user. They've also promised to fix it.
There are multiple reports - on Apple's support forums, Twitter, and elsewhere - from iPad owners who say that their attempts to upgrade to iOS 9.3 have failed, leaving their devices 'bricked'.
A severe vulnerability was recently discovered that affected Apple's OS X and iOS operating systems. It could allow for an attacker to execute arbitrary binaries and even load unsigned kernel code.
AT&T's Wi-Fi calling feature now works outside the United States, letting users make calls back home for free. Wi-Fi calling was first introduced on the network last year for the iPhone only.
After releasing a new iPad and a new 4" iPhone today at its event, Apple also released the final version of the next minor iterations to their operating systems, which have been in beta for some time.
Researchers have discovered a way to break Apple's iMessage encryption and probe the device for the unlock key. With this, they got access to iCloud files sent through the iMessage platform.
Apple has seeded the seventh iteration of the iOS 9.3 beta to both developers and to the public beta. Features of iOS 9.3 include Night Shift, password protection in Notes, and more.
Today, Apple released the sixth build in their current beta cycle, including iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4, and watchOS 2.2. New public betas for iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 are also available.
Apple has released the fifth iteration of their latest beta cycle, including iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2, and tvOS 9.2. For a minor update, there are quite a few features.
Apple has finally issued a fix for the now infamous 1970 date bug in the latest iOS 9.3 beta which is available to both developers and the public. The bug broke iPhones by setting the date to 1970.
Today, Apple released the fourth iterations of the betas for iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2, and tvOS 9.2. These betas include a number of new features.
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Just a couple of days after seeding iOS 9.3 to developers, Apple has now released a public beta of that OS version, bringing its new features and improvements to a wider grouper of testers.
Apple's pre-release version of iOS includes new features for an array of products, including CarPlay, Apple Watch, Apple News, and a Night Shift mode for reducing blue light for nighttime viewing.