In just over a month, Apple is expected to launch the next chapter in iPhone history. The upcoming iPhone 7 may not be a radical redesign of the iOS device fans have come to know and love, however it will bring significant upgrades. A new collection of photos and information has leaked from the supply chain, as seen on Nowhereelse.fr. The images confirm several long-held rumors about the iPhone 7.
The wait is over for Apple TV owners looking forward to a new remote control option. The official Apple TV Remote app has been released by Apple after being revealed earlier this year. Once installed, any compatible iOS device will function as a remote control for second, third and fourth-generation Apple TV set-top boxes. Not only does the app simplify text entry with a keyboard for search fields, it offers full control of media playback.
Apple hasn't announced a final release date for iOS 10, but we do know the final version will be available in the fall. The new software update will launch alongside the the iPhone 7 in September. Early reports have suggested that pre-orders for the next-generation handset will open on September 9th. If true, this means thousands of iPhone owners will be installing the new firmware to their device in a little over a month.
iOS 10 doesn't include any major bells and whistles, but it does come jammed packed with tons of new messaging features, new 3D Touch options and lots of other fun tweaks and improvements. However, with every new update there is always some feature you will not like. Luckily you can disable most of the new iOS 10 features if you find them annoying. Here's how to disable all the new features in iOS 10.
The mobile gaming hit Pokémon GO received an update to version 1.1.0 over the weekend, leading many players to believe their progress has been lost. According to game developer Niantic, this is a login issue that surfaced due to an update to the Google Account login system. Rest assured, your Pokémon GO account still exists and can easily be recovered.
Sad news today for owners of older iOS devices, including the iPhone 5 and fourth-generation iPad. The iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak released by Team Pangu will be limited to 64-bit devices. This means that anyone looking to jailbreak 32-bit iOS devices is out of luck. Pangu made the news official on Reddit, explaining that there is no future plan for 32-bit support.