iOS 11 has its fair share of bugs, and it would appear that some just refuse to be squashed, so much so that one has now even featured in Apple's latest TV commercial for the iPhone X.
E3 recap extravaganza, the Tuesday of patches, and more Insider news
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A technology enthusiast for over 25 years, fortune enough to be a paid IT geek for 20 years.
I have been a Toshiba engineer, technical trainer, worked in IT outsource support and headed up IT for a global business.
I have a passion for infrastructure, but love all things beta and 'coming soon' in the IT world, as well as retro and nostalgic tech reviews on YouTube.
Having held on until the bitter end with Windows Mobile I am now left watching nostalgia videos of it on YouTube from my iPhone.
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A patent published yesterday shows a new design from Apple for 'ingress prevention for keyboards', it describes brushes, wipers or flaps that could block crumbs and liquids blocking key presses.
Today the Kodi team have released the first alpha of Kodi v18 "Leia". This version is all about stability and usability, with big improvements to the video player, PVR, music library, and DRM support.
Apple is introducing Battery Health with the iOS 11.3 update. This new setting will allow you to see your battery health and give you control of the CPU underclocking that may be applied to an iPhone.
Drones, smart locks and now photos? Amazon is now trialing a new home delivery feature that gives you visual confirmation that your package has been delivered and where you can find it.