Apple iOS 9.3 beta brings redesigned popup alert dialog box that seems to be available only inside mobile Safari.
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 9.3 beta to developers and it brings a number of new features to the iPhone and iPad including a new Night Shift mode.
Today, Facebook updated its iOS App with support for 3D touch feature found in Apple's latest iPhones. With this new update installed, pressing the Facebook app icon firmly from the Home screen on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus brings up a Quick Action menu showing three actions: Write Post, Upload Photo/Video, and Take Photo/Video.
iOS 9 comes with iCloud drive app, which allows you to view files stored in your iCloud Drive on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and even Mac. However, Apple has made the iCloud Drive app to start hidden by default. Here is step-by-step guide to access the iCloud Drive app from the Home screen.
Some iOS 9 users are complaining in Apple discussion forums about having trouble in opening emails with attachments. It sounds like a small group of users are getting "Message not yet downloaded from server" error whenever they attempt to open an email message with an attachment.
Apple has released iOS 9.0.1 update which addresses some minor issues that plagued the iOS 9 since its release. The iOS 9.0.1 update comes just one week after iOS 9 was released to the public.
Yesterday, Apple released "Move to iOS" a migration tool for Android on Google Play store. With this new tool, users can transfer their contacts, calendars, photos, videos, browser bookmarks, email accounts, and their SMS history from an Android device to a new iPhone or iPad.
A recent report claims that Advertisers are upset with the restrictions placed by Apple on the ad formats and approval process for ad campaigns for its iOS 9 News app.
Last week, Twitter has pushed a controversial update for iOS users, which shows "Promoted Accounts" in your main timeline. This week, the microblogging service pushed out another update to its iOS app that features responsive design tweaks, meaning iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners will see a uniform user experience across their devices.
In preparation for the launch of its new News App coming on iOS 9, Apple is signing up with dozens of publishers at a rapid pace. The company has already signed with over 50 major publications to compete with the likes of Flipboard and Google News.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple is expected to offer up some details on their upcoming iOS 9 update including split-screen multitasking feature for iPad at WWDC 2015.