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November 23

Apple delays support for storing your ID in the Wallet app until 2022

Apple is delaying support for storing ID cards in the Wallet app until 2022. The company announced this feature at WWDC in June, initially promising that it would be released in “late 2021.” As some of us suspected might occur, this release date has now been pushed to 2022.

November 12

SF Symbols updated to version 3.1 with bug fixes and new symbols

Earlier this year, at WWDC 2021, Apple introduced SF Symbols 3 with 600 new icons. Following the official release in September, the company has now released the SF Symbols 3.1 update, which not only brings bug fixes but also adds even more symbols to the app.

November 29

iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey: These are the features Apple still hasn’t released

Apple previewed its new cycle of operating systems in June during the WWDC21 keynote. With iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, macOS Monterey, and tvOS 15, the company promised tons of new features. Now that all these systems are available to the public, there are some features that are still a ways away from launching. […]

Here’s a first look at the new Swift Playgrounds 4 ahead of official release

Apple announced at WWDC 2021 in June a new version of its Swift Playgrounds development app with major improvements. Although the company never said when it would become available, Apple is now inviting some developers to try out Swift Playgrounds 4 ahead of the official release of the update.

December 2

The Verge: Apple frontline workers ‘struggling to survive’ amid ‘untenable conditions’

Zoe Schiffer at The Verge is out with a new story exploring working conditions for Apple’s “frontline employees,” including retail employees, support staff, and sales staff. The report, based on conversations with 16 current and former employees, says that “complaints about working conditions and pay have largely been ignored.”

December 1

Most stocks fell yesterday over COVID-19 Omicron fears, but AAPL up 3%

Omicron fears caused most stocks to fall yesterday, including tech giants like Amazon, Google, Meta, and Microsoft. The Dow lost 651 points, the Nasdaq was down 1.6%, and the S&P 500 down 1.9%. AAPL, however, not only weathered the storm, but saw its share price increase by 3.16% as investors saw it as a safe […]

October 27

Stacktrace Podcast 159: “A really powerful new toy”

After a discussion about Swift generics and when to use them, Rambo shares his initial impressions of using the new iPad mini, and John explains why he’s going back to the Mac for his portable computing needs. Sponsored by Kandji: A modern, cloud-based platform to manage and secure your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV devices. […]

November 14

These are Apple’s strict requirements for states supporting IDs in the Wallet app

At WWDC this year, Apple announced its plans to add support for storing ID cards in the Wallet application. New documents obtained by CNBC offer more details on the behind the scenes agreements between Apple and governments in states where it is launching this feature.

November 27

Apple @ Work: Blocking macOS and iOS updates for long periods creates a major security risk in the enterprise

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November 3

Apple confirms outage affecting its iCloud Private Relay service

According to Apple’s System Status webpage, the iCloud Private Relay service is currently down. This means that users who have iCloud Private Relay enabled on their devices could face issues loading webpages and more on their iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

November 22

Here’s everything we know so far about the 2022 MacBook Air

Following the introduction of the all-new MacBook Pro and iMac in 2021, Apple is rumored to be planning a completely revamped version of the MacBook Air for sometime in 2022. The new machine could feature a new design, a new M2 processor on the inside, and more. Head below as we round up all of […]

November 13

Apple @ Work: Understanding iCloud Private Relay for Apple devices in the workplace – including how to block it

Apple @ Work is brought to you by Mosyle, the leader in modern mobile device management (MDM) and security for Apple enterprise and education customers. Over 22,000 organizations leverage Mosyle solutions to automate the management and security of millions of Apple devices daily. Request a FREE account today and discover how you can put your Apple fleet on auto-pilot […]

October 28

macOS 12.1 beta re-enables SharePlay; Universal Control remains unavailable

Apple today released the first beta of macOS 12.1 following the official launch of macOS Monterey to the public earlier this week. Now the company has confirmed that macOS 12.1 beta re-enables SharePlay for FaceTime users. However, the long-awaited Universal Control feature remains unavailable.

November 10

Comment: 1 year after the M1 chip, Apple has really changed the computer industry once again

It was November 10, 2020, when Apple announced its first ARM-based chip designed for Macs. Months after it was confirmed that Macs would get Apple-made SoCs, the M1 chip was introduced with the promise of not only reinventing the Mac but changing the entire computer industry. A year later, it’s safe to say that Apple […]

Hands-on: iOS 15.2 beta 2 changes and features – Legacy Contact, Hide My Email, and more [Video]

Apple released the second developer beta for iOS 15.2 yesterday, and it contains several noteworthy enhancements. New is support for Hide My Email directly inside the default Mail app, along with the return of Legacy Contacts, which first appeared in the initial iOS 15 beta released at WWDC. Watch our hands-on video as we discuss […]

What’s new in iOS 15.2 beta 2: Legacy Contacts, Find My updates, more [U: Public beta too]

Update: iOS 15.2 beta 2 is now rolling out to public beta testers as well. Apple continues to make changes to iOS 15.2 with this week’s release of the second beta. The update includes new child safety features in the Messages application, tweaks to the TV application, and more. Head below for our full roundup […]

November 3

Facebook offering holiday incentive for creators to circumvent App Store fees

In the latest move to get around Apple’s 30% App Store commission, Facebook is launching custom web links for creators to take payments with “Facebook Pay.” As it stands today, it seems the maneuver is allowed via an App Store rules gray area and Facebook is even giving bonuses to creators who use the new […]

October 27

Apple releases Safari 15.1 with classic tab design for macOS Big Sur and Catalina

Earlier this week, Apple reverted the design of the Safari tabs to a more traditional look with the official release of macOS Monterey. Now the company is making this update also available to Mac users running macOS Big Sur and Catalina with Safari 15.1.

iOS 15 finally lets you share your screen over FaceTime, here are the details

One of the headlining features of iOS 15 is SharePlay, which among other things, will finally let you share your iPhone’s or iPad’s screen with people over FaceTime. After an initial delay, Apple this week released iOS 15.1 with SharePlay support to the public…

October 20

New Safari 15.1 beta brings back classic tab design for macOS Big Sur and Catalina

With the release of macOS Monterey RC on Monday, Apple has made another significant update to Safari. This time, the company has finally reverted Safari’s tabs to the classic design when the user chooses the “Separate” option. The same changes are now available in Safari 15.1 beta for macOS Big Sur and Catalina.

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