Another round of updates from Apple delivers some new features and plugs a range of security vulnerabilities in the company's operating systems and Safari web browser.
If you have a spare iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV, and are keen to not only test out Apple's new iOS 13, iPadOS, MacOS Catalina and tvOS 13 betas, then go for it, but wait before you install on your primary devices.
Set to be held from 3 to 7 June at San Jose's McEnery Convention Centre, Apple will showcase the latest and greatest for all devices running iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS and is sure to deliver some mind-blowing surprises att its Worldwide Developer Conference.
If you've been waiting for Apple to release the first public beta of iOS 12 for iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch, and you've been curious to see the first tvOS 12 beta too, the wait is over.
If you aren't watching Apple's twice-yearly keynotes for WWDC and the iPhones launches, you're missing out on a wealth of fantastic information on what the near future looks like.
The biggest and best Apple developer conference worldwide is Apple's own yearly WWDC, and instead of being held at Apple's new spaceship-like campus, it's on at San Jose's McEnery Convention Centre.
Apple has released security updates for all of its platforms, and also for Safari for Mac, and iTunes and iCloud for Windows.
It was only yesterday that I wrote of iOS 11’s first public beta arriving this week, and a day later, Apple has delivered.
New iPads, new iOS 11, new Macs, new HomePod, new App Store app, new AR (augmented reality) and new everything – Apple blows away the competition with its best yet.
The latest round of updates for Apple’s devices, as well as iTunes for Windows, iCloud for Windows and Apple Music 2.0 for Android, have been released.
Apple has released updates for iOS, macOS and other products to fix a number of security issues.
iOS 10.2 is here, delivering the promised "beautifully designed" emoji. But the vulnerabilities it fixes are far more important.
Apple has previewed "powerful new Siri capabilities for Apple TV and many more great new features for users, making the entertainment experience in the living room even better".
People are always quick to declare Apple dying, apps dying, the watch useless and more - but Apple has come out with a spate of new software products to prove them wrong.
In just a few hours, Apple’s highly anticipated 2016 WWDC keynote will kick off, and should announce iOS 10, a new macOS, Siri on the Mac and maybe even new Macs and more.
Apple released multiple software updates overnight with an emphasis on security.
Apple has set the dates for WWDC 2016, which from 13 to 17 June will see Apple’s developer community come together from around the world to learn Apple’s latest and greatest.
Apple has launched a new iPhone, new iPad, new OS updates and plenty more, with the OS updates available today
Apple’s OS programmers are moving quickly to new versions, with the first betas for all of Apple’s major operating system updates having arrived.
A host of new OS updates from Apple has arrived, ready to squish bugs, deliver new features and make things even crunchier!
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