Apple releases latest security patches for older devices
Last week's security updates are now available for older iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
This week Apple released iOS and iPadOS 15.7.5, macOS Monterey 12.6.5, and macOS Big Sur 11.7.6 to patch two security vulnerabilities in older devices that are still receiving software updates but aren’t capable... Read more
Apple patches two dangerous zero-day vulnerabilities
Apple recently patched two zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS, iPadOS and macOS that allow cybercriminals to hack virtually any Apple device. These are WebKit and kernel vulnerabilities discovered by third parties.
The discovered zero-day vulnerabilities may already be actively exploited, Apple ind... Read more
Apple releases iPadOS 16, iOS 16.1 and macOS Ventura
Apple released a series of software updates for a range of devices, including macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16, iOS 16.1, tvOS 16.1 and watchOS 9.1.
The iOS, watchOS, tvOS and HomePod software updates are all bug fixes for the original x.0 versions released in September. In addition, each adds a minimum... Read more
Apple iPadOS 16 developer beta brings Stage Manager to legacy models
The recent iPadOS 16 developer beta introduces Stage Manager to older iPad Pro models. Stage Manager no longer depends on Apple's modern M1 chip, allowing legacy devices to support the functionality.
The Stage Manager, released by Apple as a part of the iPadOS 16 beta update, aims to simplify m... Read more
iPadOS 16 gets window management, apps no longer on full screen
Slowly but surely, iPadOS is getting more and more features that you can also find in a desktop operating system. In iPadOS 16 Stage Manager is added, a nice name for window management. You can now decide how big the window of an app should be and thus also show multiple apps on the same screen in ... Read more
Safari 15.4 announces exciting new WebKit features
Safari 15.4 announces various new features, fixes, and updates for all Apple devices.
The Webkit team revealed new features and updates in Safari 15.4, including CSS, HTML, and typography. Webkit – a web-browsing engine – is used by Safari, App Store, Mail, and several other iOS, macOS, and ... Read more
Apple macOS, iPadOS 15, and iOS 15 get updates for enterprise use
Apple's refresh of the iPhone and its rollout of iPadOS15, iOS 15, and macOS Monterey bring new features to users, with a focus on enterprise admins who now have management tools.
Apple's enterprise features in the software releases won't get a lot of play. Its competitor, Samsung, presents cons... Read more
Apple patches actively exploited vulnerabilities in iOS 14.4 update
Apple has released the latest version of iOS and iPadOS. Version 14.4 brings some minor improvements and patches a number of security holes that may have already been actively exploited.
The remedied security holes are described on an Apple support page. Two vulnerabilities are in the WebKit eng... Read more
New iOS version adds support for RAW photography
Apple has released iOS 14.3, iPadOS 144.3 and WatchOS 7.2. The update brings some small new features, mainly in the fields of photography and fitness.
The most important new feature is the ability to take photos in Apple's new ProRAW format. This offers more possibilities to edit photos with pho... Read more
Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 14 – but developers aren’t happy
With only a day's notice to get ready for the new release, third-party app developers are scrambling - and complaining.
Apple officially released its iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 on Sept. 16. The update will be available on any device that currently runs iOS 13 or iPadOS 13.
The iPhone is benef... Read more