Apple released the public version of iOS 12.3.2. This iOS version is released a month after iOS 12.3, which is the last major version of iOS 12. Here are the bug fixes and changes you need to know about this update. Continue reading iOS 12.3.2 Released for iPhone 8 Plus Pertaining to Portrait Mode Issues
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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
The iPad Pro is said to be receiving support for the Logitech Crayon stylus. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Logitech Crayon Stylus to receive iPad Pro Support in iOS 12.2
Google’s Waze navigation app has started beta testing for the Apple in-car infotainment system ahead of the public release of Apple CarPlay third-party navigation app support for iOS 12.
Continue reading Google’s Waze app starts beta testing for Apple CarPlay ahead of iOS 12 release
As you may know, a few months ago Apple announced the dates for its 29th annual developer conference, more commonly known as the WorldWide Developers Conference, or WWDC for short. This year like previous years, we are to expect newer versions of its operating systems- iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, tvOS 11, alongside a few hardware updates including new Macs and the long anticipated release of AirPower and the new AirPods Wireless Charging Case.
Continue reading 3 Things to Expect at WWDC 2018
The top five music and songs streaming apps for iPhones, iPads and MacOS devices “(like MacBook, iMac and Mac Pro)”, are:
Continue reading Top Five Apps For Streaming Music on an iOS/MacOS Device
Apple.Inc has collaborated with Intel.Co for the production of LTE or Wireless chips to embed into Apple’s iPhones.
Continue reading Intel to supply 70% of LTE Chips for 2018 iPhones