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iOS Stories May 20

Apple releases first iOS 14.7 beta to developers, more [U: Public Beta]

Surprisingly, Apple has just released the first iOS 14.7 beta to developers even before iOS 14.6 became available to the public. Apple has also released watchOS 7.6 beta and tvOS 14.7 beta. We don’t yet know what’s new in today’s updates. Update May 20: Apple is now releasing the first public beta of iOS 14.7 […]

iOS Stories May 3

Apple stops signing iOS 14.4.2, prevents downgrading from iOS 14.5

Following the release of iOS 14.5 and today’s iOS 14.5.1, Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.4.2, blocking downgrades from the latest major update.

iOS Stories April 26

iOS 14.5 is now available, here’s why you should update

Apple started testing iOS 14.5 almost three months ago. With the final version being released to the general public today, there are a lot of reasons to update your iPhone right now.

iOS Stories April 20

Apple releases iOS 14.5 RC to developers and public beta users

Following today’s event, Apple has just released iOS 14.5 RC to developers and public beta users. The update brings loads of new features including two new Siri voices, strong protection against app tracking, a redesigned Podcasts experience, and much more.

iOS 14.5 coming to iPhone and iPad ‘next week’

iOS 14.5 will be available for iPhone and iPad next week after an extended software beta period that started in February. The latest software update brings loads of new features including two new Siri voices, strong protection against app tracking, a redesigned Podcasts experience, and much more.

iOS Stories April 12

[Update: Photos] Google releases on iOS resume in earnest with Gmail, Search, Maps

At the start of last month, Google started to release new iOS versions of the YouTube family of applications following a long, unspecified pause. Gmail, Google Calendar, Docs, and other apps were updated today in a seeming return to normal for iPhone and iPad owners. 

iOS Stories April 6

iOS 14 adoption surpasses 90% according to Mixpanel

Apple announced in December 2020 that 81% of iPhones introduced in the last four years were already running iOS 14, which is the latest version of the company’s mobile operating system. Now the analyst company Mixpanel says that iOS 14 adoption among iPhone and iPad users has already surpassed 90%.

iOS Stories March 16

Hands-on: Sofa is a beautiful iOS app to neatly organize all the media you want to check out

One of our modern challenges is keeping track of the things we actually want to spend our time on with the massive amount of digital content that’s available. Sofa is a sharp iOS app that looks to solve that problem with a simple, yet customizable hub to organize movies, TV, music, books, podcasts, apps, games, […]

iOS Stories March 4

Apple doesn’t want you to call nebulous Siri audio feature in iOS 14.5 ‘default music app’ support

As Jeff Benjamin noted in 9to5Mac’s video coverage, iOS 14.5 will use Siri intelligence to select music services based on listening behaviors. While the feature falls short of actually allowing you to set a default music service, it will open Siri to easier music control for more services without having to specify which service to […]

iOS Stories February 16

iOS 14.5 beta 2 now available with Apple Watch Unlock, new Apple Maps features, more

iOS 14.5 beta 2 is rolling out today to developers alongside the second beta of iPadOS 14.5. The update, which includes includes a variety of new features for iPhone users, was first released over two weeks ago on February. Head below for everything you need to know.

iOS Stories February 4

Apple releases first public betas of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5

Apple is releasing the first public betas of its next round of software updates today. This includes iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 which launched to developer beta testers earlier this week. Head below for details on what’s new.

‘Training Today’ fitness coaching app updated with iOS 14 home screen widget and new data

Training Today launched last year as a sharp Apple Watch and iPhone app to help you know when to train, how hard to train, and when to rest. Now with an update, the app has gained a useful widget for iPhone along with more data like a longer history for heart rate variability and resting heart rate along with a 10-week readiness to train history.

Apple releases updated build of iOS 14.5 beta 1 to developers

Apple has released an updated build of iOS 14.5 to developers today. This comes after the release of beta 1 earlier this week. The new build released today is still referred to as beta 1, but it features a new build number.

iOS Stories September 17, 2012

Google snaps up iPad app of the year

Google just bought the brainchild behind popular iOS app Snapseed, Nik Software.

Snapseed, which has some features of the hit iOS app Instagram in terms of jazzy vintage filters, is just one of many desktop and mobile photography apps that Nik Software develops. Snapseed launched on Apple’s iPad in June 2011, winning “iPad App of the Year” soon after, and then it landed on the iPhone in August 2011 and Mac OS just four months later. The app also boasts a Windows counterpart.

Today’s announced buyout could notably help Google’s budding social network, Google+, better combat direct rival Facebook, which recently acquired Instagram and its 100+ million users.

Get Nik Software’s statement at 9to5Google.

iOS Stories August 27, 2012

Apps & updates: The World Ends with You, CNN 2012 U.S. Election Center, Clueful, more

The World Ends with You: Solo Remix: Square Enix has reworked the title originally released for Nintendo DS in 2007 with an all new combat system, HD art, and new music. The $18 iOS port (and $19 iPad version) has made a few changes that hardcore fans of the game are not too pleased with, […]

iOS Stories December 19, 2013

9to5Mac’s biggest stories of 2013: ‘All the leaks were…’

Just like in 2011 and 2012, 2013 was an exciting year for 9to5Mac in terms of leaks, exclusive stories, and breaking news. This year was interesting however because there was considerable doubt cast at many of the stories we’d broke which added some entertainment into the mix. Below, we break down our biggest stories of […]

iOS Stories December 18, 2013

Jordan’s holiday gift guide – the perfect companions to your Mac & iOS setup

We’ve already heard from Michael, Zac, and Ben on their last minute gift picks for the holiday season. For my gift guide, I’ve decided to only include products that I’ve personally been using on a daily basis. I review a lot of products in all of these categories, and below you’ll find only the best […]

iOS Stories December 25, 2013

How to spend your iTunes credit this holiday season — the best apps and games for iPhone and iPad

Whether you are just unwrapping a new iPhone or iPad or have received stacks of iTunes gift cards this holiday season, you are undoubtedly on the hunt for the best apps to fill up your shiny iOS devices. Read on for my recommendations of the best apps and games for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch […]

iOS Stories January 3, 2014

Anki Drive iOS app updated with new car upgrades, customization options

Anki Drive got the ultimate endorsement last summer when Apple allowed the company to demonstrate its product on stage at its WWDC conference. For those unfamiliar, Anki Drive is a platform that allows hardware cars to be raced around a track and controlled wirelessly with an iOS device. Today, the company updated its iOS app […]

iOS Stories May 1, 2014

OS X 10.10 emphasis planned for WWDC, iOS 8 features pushed to iOS 8.1, new Apple TV still in the works

Apple may be planning to give the next version of the Mac OS X operating system, 10.10, a larger presence than iOS 8 at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, according to sources with knowledge of the plans. Because OS X 10.10 will feature an end-to-end redesign, not dissimilar from the scope of the changes to the […]

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