Today, Apple has released the final version of iOS 11.4.1, a minor bugfix release aimed at squashing some lingering bugs in the OS to all iPhone and iPad users.
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Apple released the first public beta of iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad. The beta is available for users who have signed up to be part of Apple Beta Software Program.
Apple Pay is now available in Poland with support from eight local banks. Apple has also updated its regional website about this new payment option.
Apple has stopped signing the firmware of iOS 11.3.1 and if you try to install iOS 11.3.1 using iTunes then you will be greeted with an error message.
Apple promises to include a new section in its transparency report that will have details of app removal requests from the government.
Apple has started promoting its premium iCloud storage plans by giving one month free trial for users on the entry-level 5GB free plan.
Apple’s Phil Schiller has explained the reason behind the rejection of Steam Link in an email, claiming the Valve app violates a number of guidelines – hinting Steam storefront and connected functions as the problem areas.
According to a recent report, iOS 12 may enable additional NFC features in supported Apple iPhone models, which will give some third-party developers access to the secure wireless chip.
Apple has started selling refurbished Apple Watch series 3 with LTE at a 15 percent discount through its online store in the United States.
Apple support forum is seeing an increased number of reports about cracked camera lens from iPhone X users. Most of the complaints say Apple is refusing to fix their devices under warranty.
Apple may have shipped about 600,000 HomePods during the first quarter of 2018, and ends up with a 6 percent share of the fledgling smart speaker market.
The legal battle between Apple and Samsung has not ended and both companies are officially back in the courtroom this month to continue their 7+ years debate over iPhone design patents.