The Error 53 issue that caused so much confected outrage in the blogosphere has been fixed by Apple.
Apple has released new versions of its OS X and iOS operating systems to deliver security updates and bug fixes.
There comes a crunch moment in the life of every seemingly invincible heavyweight champion boxer where he must admit defeat, whether he retires gracefully or receives a savage beating at the hands of a brash new challenger. The iPad Pro may just be that crunch moment for Apple.
Apple has detailed a long list of security fixes contained in iOS 9.1. Vulnerabilities in watchOS have also been addressed.
Over the past week, connectivity to Apple’s services via Telstra’s networks has been slow, with a full repair not due until 15 October at the earliest.
Got iOS 9 on your iPhone or iPad? You might want to turn off Wi-Fi assist to avoid unexpected mobile broadband data usage or overage charges.
Those who have been waiting for iOS 9.0.1 to drop before updating can now do so with the first update now available.
Apple came out on 19 September and said iOS 9 has the fastest adoption rate ever, “with more than 50 percent of devices already using iOS 9.”
From 8am Friday, 25 September, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus arrive to take on Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry for your heart, mind and wallet.
Mixpanel is tracking iOS 9 (and previous versions) uptake – it looks like (as of now) it has 17.76% takeup.
Never use version 1.0. Noted Apple news site 9TO5Mac has reported that the many end users are reporting issues with 1.3GB download, iOS 9.0 update following its public availability.
iOS release 9 should have a much smoother uptake despite the publics fear of the iOS 8 experience according to mobile app intelligence provider Crittercism.
Apple’s next-gen iOS 9 will be a free upgrade for all compatible iDevice users, ushering in a range of must-have new features.
Apple’s new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which may well be an iPad Plus, will surely come with a few surprises but here’s what I’d like to see.
Those brave enough to try a sneak peek of Apple’s latest iOS 9 in a more stable ‘public beta’ than earlier developer betas can now do so.
Apple has unveiled new multitasking for iPads, a new watchOS 2, new OS X, new iOS, new world-beating music service and much, much more.
iOS 9 is reportedly showing up in web server logs, suggesting the forthcoming operating system for iPhone and iPad is being tested against a variety of sites.
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