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Tuesday, April 05, 2016

If you own an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus and have upgraded to iOS 9.3.1, you might be in for some trouble. A flaw discovered in Apple’s latest software version allows Siri to grant anyone access to your Photos and Contacts without a passcode. Here is how you can bypass your own passcode on iPhone 6s or 6s Plus to test this vulnerability, and then protect yourself using a few fixes.

Read more wccftech.com


Friday, April 01, 2016

iOS devices updated to 9.3.1 can no longer send and receive videos on WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging app that’s running on millions of phones out there. The issue only appears to be experienced when sharing videos between iPhones, so if you’re trying to send a video from your iPhone to another, the chances are that the receiver won’t be able to download it.

Read more news.softpedia.com


Thursday, March 24, 2016

Apple has released a support document Wednesday night to address an issue where some iOS users are unable to activate their devices after updating to iOS 9.3, a software version released earlier this week. Most reports of the issue seem to come from iPad 2 owners, although a quick search online shows that some iPhone users were also affected.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com


Wednesday, March 09, 2016

There’s a harmless glitch in iOS that turns off the animation effects when you open and close your apps, which makes your iPhone feel like it’s running a lot faster. This glitch was first discovered by Reddit user vista980622, but we first saw this trick on 9to5Mac.

Read more uk.businessinsider.com


Tuesday, March 08, 2016

It seems Apple just can’t quite get itself out of the 1970s or, to be more accurate, iOS can’t. Not long after fixing an odd bug that made it possible to brick an iOS device just by setting its clock to 1970, some users are now reporting that they are having mysterious emails appear in their inbox from – you guessed it – January 1st, 1970.

Read more www.redmondpie.com


Monday, February 15, 2016

Manually setting the date of your iPhone or iPad to 1 January 1970, or tricking your friends into doing it, will cause it to get permanently stuck while trying to boot back up if it’s switched off. The bug within Apple’s date and time settings within iOS causes such an issue that users are reporting that the fail-safe restore techniques using iTunes are not able to repair the problem.

Read more www.theguardian.com


Thursday, February 11, 2016

It seems that iPhones with the Facebook app installed are munching their way through 15% more juice every day. If you install an app such as TuneIn Radio on your redundant phone or tablet then you can set it up in a corner of your desk and use it as a digital radio. Another user @ToddFMoore tweeted “7 minutes of game time into the second half and @facebook sports stadium is still all posts about halftime”.

Read more bsccomment.com


Friday, January 29, 2016

If Safari is crashing when you search from the address bar this morning, you’re not alone. It seems the browser is facing difficulties on both iOS and OS X. According to Steven Troughton-Smith, an iOS developer, the issue is a result of Safari’s search suggestions feature and it causes the browser to crash whenever you try and search via the address bar.

Read more gizmodo.com


Monday, January 18, 2016

Apple is looking into why the battery indicator on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is giving a false reading. According to a new support document, owners might notice that the battery percentage “doesn’t update” if they manually change the time on the device or if they move between different time zones.

Read more www.zdnet.com


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Included in the update is, finally, a “fix” for WiFi Assist, a feature that switches users on shoddy WiFi to a 3G or 4G connection. Last year, those who embraced the feature, or didn’t realise that it was switched on by default, found themselves slapped with massive phone bills after having surpassed their monthly data allowance.

Read more www.theinquirer.net


Sunday, November 22, 2015

Google has released an updated version of its Chrome web browser for iOS, effectively disabling support for third-party keyboards on Apple’s mobile platform. The search engine giant said crashes caused by a bug in iOS 9 were the reason it had to disable third-party keyboards in Chrome for iOS.

Read more www.valuewalk.com


Friday, November 06, 2015

Apple has been a leading name in the world of technology since the past 40 years, and the company has been leading the markets when it comes to the world of innovations. The company has been coming out with so many innovative products in the recent times that it has dominated the mind-share of the markets when people think of the word ‘innovation’.

Read more www.therem.org


Thursday, October 29, 2015

If you’re one of the many millions who bought an iPhone 6s Plus in the last three months, you may have noticed that your iPhone 6s Plus screen keeps flickering when you’re switching between apps, using 3D Touch or trying to search your iPhone 6s Plus with Spotlight.

Read more www.idigitaltimes.com


Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Users who opt to update their iPhone overnight have discovered that doing so will turn off any alarms they may have set, potentially causing issues waking up the next morning. Readers who reached out to AppleInsider indicated that last week’s iOS 9.1 update has brought the issue to light. Overnight updates are available starting with iOS 9.0.

Read more appleinsider.com


Sunday, October 25, 2015

iPhone users of Facebook could find that the battery life of their devices improves after downloading the latest update to its iOS app from the Apple App Store. After ongoing complaints about iPhone battery drain, Facebook said yesterday that it has released a new version of its app that resolves two key issues leading to the problem.

Read more www.newsfactor.com


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Apple’s recent release of iOS 9 has been a fast one. In fact, Apple commented that it rolled out faster than any of the previous versions. However, it did not go without a hitch.

Read more www.techtimes.com


Monday, September 21, 2015

Now since iOS 9 is out, many users have started to update their iOS devices. However, some users are running into problems while updating. The issue is that after the download is complete, and when the iOS device is restarted, they find themselves stuck on the “Slide to Upgrade” screen. Even after sliding, this screen won’t go away. This bug renders the iPhone and iPad useless, but there is a fix for it

Read more www.valuewalk.com


Friday, May 29, 2015

APPLE HAS ISSUED an official workaround for the iOS Messages bug wreaking havoc on iPhone, Mac and Apple Watch users. Apple acknowledged the problem earlier this week, telling The INQUIRER in a statement that it was “aware of an iMessage issue caused by a specific series of unicode characters” and would make a “fix available in a software update.”

Read more www.theinquirer.net



A bug that allows a text message with a specific string of characters to crash iPhones is also causing problems with the new Apple Watch and could crash your iPad, too. According to a story from CNBC.com, the “Effective Power” text message has been crashing Apple devices by causing a problem with the way the operating system handles notifications.

Read more www.al.com


Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Apple recently updated its iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake Button Replacement Program page, as noted by Apfelpage [Google Translate], adding an additional year onto the service. This will allow customers with a malfunctioning iPhone 5 up to three years after purchase date to replace the sleep/wake button on the device.

Read more www.macrumors.com


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