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A few days after iOS 12.3 released to the public, Apple discontinued signing iOS 12.2, which is the version before 12.3. Users can no longer jailbreak or downgrade from iOS 12.3 to iOS 12.2. Continue reading Apple is no longer signing iOS 12.2 after 12.3 release
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Apple on Wednesday published four new ads to their YouTube channel that highlight VoiceOver, AssistiveTouch, Magnifier, and how to invert colors as part of their Accessibility options in iOS.
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Apple recently published a statement over parental control apps made by third parties. Here’s everything you need to know about it and how it may affect your apps.
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This morning, Apple released the second beta of iOS 12.3. It was distributed to developers, and it came with many improvements. These improvements include a new design for the TV app, palm rejection changes for Apple Pencil and a little bit of tweaking in the Wallet app. Let’s get into the details of this change in the new iOS beta.
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Along with the release of iOS 12.2, Apple updated the Apple TV Remote app with a fresh redesign and a new icon. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Remote app.
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The “It’s Showtime” Apple Event is full-swing, and the first announcement of the morning was the introduction of Apple News Plus. Apple has brought over 300 Magazines to Apple News for a small subscription fee. Here’s everything we know so far.
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The iPad Pro is said to be receiving support for the Logitech Crayon stylus. Here’s everything we know so far.
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