The latest and possibly last update to iOS 13 is here. Anyone with an iPhone can download and install iOS 13.6 on their devices. While the previous version of iOS delivered COVID-19 exposure logging, the latest offers two major new features and more. Of course, the update includes the usual security updates, bug fixes and stability tweaks.
Apple has added several new face coverings, hair and headwear styles to Memojis in iOS 14. The new features are to help iPhone and iPad users to reflect a variety of different religions, hobby, profession, and personalities. You can learn how to create a new Memoji here, and how to edit an existing Memoji here, but first, check out some of the new features coming in iOS 14.
Thinking of applying for an Apple Card? Now is a great time to get extra Daily Cash added to your account. During the month of July, Apple is offering $50 cash back on new Apple Card accounts. New card holders can get the bonus cash by paying for an Apple Service using their Apple Card.
WWDC kicked off today with a virtual keynote presentation to developers all over the world. Apple showed off the highlights of iOS 14, which is expected to release this fall. Probably the most visible and significant update comes to the home screen, with adjustable widgets delivering data in real-time.
Apple has moved to discontinue both iBooks Author and iTunes U in the coming months. The functionality of both apps will instead be found in other apps. For example, iBooks Author users must prepare to transition their work to Pages. Apple has released a support document explaining how to create books in Pages.