Apple Seeds iOS 9.3.3 Beta 3 to Developers and Public Beta Testers
On May 23, Apple seeded the first developer beta for iOS 9.3.3. Now, the company is releasing a new version of the beta to developers. Apple has officially seeded the third developer beta for iOS 9.3.3, as well as the latest seed for public beta testers. It’s available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, ..
Judge Dismisses ‘Error 53’ Lawsuit in Favor of Apple
Back in February of this year, it was revealed that putting unauthorized parts inside of an iPhone, like a new Home button from third-party repair shops, would result in an “Error 53” message, which essentially locked a device. When the news initially broke, it didn’t take long before lawyers stepped ..
Jailbreak App Lets You Enjoy CarPlay on iPhone Without Buying a New Head Unit
Want to enjoy CarPlay without picking up an expensive head unit for your vehicle? Thanks to a jailbreak app called CarPlay iOS, you can now enjoy Apple’s in-car platform on your iPhone or iPad while you’re behind the wheel. “CarPlay iOS is the most advanced mobile application for the car driver,” ..
NASA’s Apple TV App Gets Live-Streaming From ISS, 15K Photos
NASA has updated its official Apple TV app to add live-streaming from the International Space Station, on-demand space videos, and over 15,000 stunning photos. The update brings the official tvOS app in line with that for rival platforms. With the latest version of the NASA app for Apple TV, you can tune ..
Apple Music and iTunes 12.4 Bug Results in Issues Related to Tracks Shorter than 60 Sconds
There’s always the potential that a random bug will crop up and cause some level of annoyance, especially as software gets more complicated. Apple Music and iTunes are no strangers to bugs within their code, either, with the most recent one the cause of some users’ entire music libraries being deleted. ..
Instagram’s Explore Page Adds New ‘Picked for You’ Channels
Back in June of last year, Instagram gave the Explore page in its social network a major overhaul, and now it’s getting a few oft-requested features. Instagram officially announced a brand new “Picked for You” channel within the Explore tab, which will group together videos that a user likes based ..
Apple Pulling the non-Retina MacBook Pro from Retail Stores
Way back in 2012 was the last time Apple updated the MacBook Pro without a Retina display, and if a new report is any indicator, it could be nearing the end times for the legacy laptop. According to a report initially published by AppleInsider, and citing an anonymous source, followed up with spot checks ..
Twitter Increases Video Length to 140 Seconds; Launches Engage for Influencers and Celebrities
Twitter today announced some changes related to videos for its service. Starting from today, the microblogging service will allow users to upload videos that are up to 140 seconds long. Up until now, users were restricted to uploading videos that were no longer than 30 seconds big. Twitter notes that ..
iOS 10 Hands-on: What’s New in the Redesigned Control Center
Ever since it was first released in iOS 7 back in 2013, Control Center hasn’t seen a major update other than some additions like Night Shift button. In iOS 10, Apple has put some thought into it and rearranged the living room, thrown in some new color and polished the furniture a bit as well. […]
Apple Camp 2016 will let Kids Create Movies, Books, and Learn how to Code in Retail Stores
Apple has been hosting summer camps for kids for quite some time now, and the trend continues this year with three new distinct projects. Apple’s official landing page for Apple Camp 2016 is now live, and the company has officially announced the details and dates for each project. This year, kids aged ..