According to Apple, there's little reason to worry about the leak of its iBoot source code yesterday, because the software is a part of iOS 9, which is over two years old, and thus, outdated.
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The iBoot software from Apple's iOS 9, has been released to the public. The release was leaked, presumably by someone at Apple, and has since been taken down from GitHub, but not before others got it.
After mocking Google last month for the tiny percentage of devices running the latest versions of Android, Apple has revealed that 87% of active iOS devices are running iOS 10, which launched in 2016.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has alleged that Apple has wronged its customers in the infamous "Error 53" incident, which killed the iPhones repaired by third parties.
Leading on from the 'Error 53' debacle last year, Apple has now found itself the target of Federal Court proceedings by the ACCC alleging the company misled consumers about their warranty rights.
Apple's latest data shows that iOS 10 is now installed on 79% of its active mobile devices, five months after it was released, while iOS 9 usage has declined further, to just 18% of devices.
Apple's latest data shows that iOS 10 is now installed on 76% of its active mobile devices, nearly four months after it was released, pushing iOS 9 usage down to just 18% of devices.
In a statement, Apple has announced that it is extending the deadline for the enforcement of Air Transport Security (ATS) - that supports HTTPS server connectivity for data communication - in apps.
Earlier this month, Apple said that iOS 10 had been installed on 54% of its active mobile devices. Today, just over two weeks later, the company revealed that that figure has now increased to 60%.
The iOS 10 rollout began on September 13, and Apple says it had made its way to 54% of its active mobile devices by October 7. That's impressive, but it does appear to be a slower rollout than iOS 9.
iOS 9 was installed on an incredible 50% of Apple's mobile devices within just three days of its release a year ago. Ahead of iOS 10's rollout, which began today, iOS 9 reached its peak at 88%.
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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In the last six months, iOS 9 has reached 79% of Apple's mobile devices; a stark contrast with Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which has taken five months to make its way to 2.3% of Android devices.
Microsoft has released an updated version of its OneDrive app on the App Store with various enhancements such as support for iPad multitasking and the ability to purchase Office 365 subscriptions.
A major issue has been confronting owners of the iPhone 6. Upon upgrading to iOS 9, users will be welcomed with an 'Error 53' message, completely rendering handsets useless, with no way to recover.
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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 has revealed that iOS 9 is now installed on 75% of devices, just four months after its rollout began. iOS 8 remains in use on 19% of devices, down from 87% in September.
Straw, the polling app created by a team of Microsoft employees, has been updated with better support for iOS 9, while Windows Phone and Android users get a new strw.pl/customURL feature in beta.
The first jailbreak to hit Apple's new mobile operating system has been released into the wild, disregarding the new security features Apple developed to stop these forms of device hacks.
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Apple offers one of the most reliable handsets on the market. Its expansive app library, unwavering support make it a compelling buy. But, is this the best the smartphone market has to offer?
Like previous “s” releases, the iPhone 6s Plus is defined by a single feature. This time around, that new feature is 3D Touch. It also features an upgraded 12MP iSight camera and a 70% faster A9 SoC.
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Apple has updated iOS to squash a bug that was allowing strangers access to devices without the PIN. The new update also fixes various other issues and improves Podcast stability.
Apple's latest iPhones only went on sale a few days ago (although pre-orders have been open for longer) - but the company says that it's already sold 13 million of them, setting a new record.
There is a default setting in Apple's iOS 9, which is probably using more of your data plan than usual. Fortunately, there's an easy fix for the issue which takes less than a minute.
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New security firm Zerodium is offering a million dollar payout for anyone who can provide a jailbreak for iOS 9. The initiative has been dubbed ‘The Million Dollar iOS 9 Bug Bounty'.
It took a year for iOS 8 to reach 87% of devices - but Apple announced today that iOS 9 reached 50% of devices in just 3 days, and is on track to be its most downloaded software release ever.
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Microsoft has released an update for its OneNote app on iOS, bringing a range of new features to current users - as well as support for Apple's upcoming iPad Pro tablet and Pencil stylus.
iOS 9 is available now for iPhones from the 4s onwards, the 5th-generation iPod touch, and all iPads except the original - but the planned release of watchOS 2 has been delayed due to a bug.
Just hours before the release of iOS 9 later today, Apple has released new figures that say iOS 8 has hit 87% adoption, despite a significantly slower climb compared to its predecessor, iOS 7.
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A part of the new update to Apple's iOS 9 is the addition of voice training to the company's Siri voice assistant. The feature, when activated, only listens to the owner's voice commands.
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Apple surprised everyone by having Microsoft show off some of the new features of Office coming to iOS 9 and the iPad Pro. We take a deeper look into the new features before the update.