Storing messages and iMessages on iCloud was one of the most awaited features and finally, with the release of new iOS 11.4 update, it is now possible to save all our conversations to iCloud, including texts, photos, and other attachments.
Apple has just sent out the invitation for its next big event to unveil iPhone 7. Everyone was waiting for this moment. Rumors and rumors were spreading all around the web when it was going to happen. Finally, it is on September 7th.
Few hours ago Apple announced that the new and redesigned operating system update for OS X users which is called Yosemite 10.10 is now available for general users through Mac App Store. In the beginning the beta versions were released for developers and later the public beta versions were also issued for those users who signed up for it.
After a long wait, Apple has finally announced “Apple Watch”. It has square display, curved down the edges of the body. It is a digital watch that runs on Apple’s own customized operating system.
As we all know now that Apple has finally scheduled the much awaiting event for September 9th, 2014. The most important product which we are going to see is definitely the new iPhone, most probably iPhone 6. Rumors have already been circulating across the tech web that the company may introduce two models of iPhone, the main difference between them would be the screen size. Besides iPhone, the first wearable device, commonly called iWatch, designed in Cupertino, California could also be unveiled.
SSL bug is very serious security threat in which a third party may attack in the middle of secure connection without a warning on the client side. Yesterday Apple released new iOS versions iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 to fix this security flaw in the SSL handling code inside the security framework. Though it is always recommended to upgrade to the latest version especially when there is already jailbreak available for the that, but if you don’t have time now to go through all the upgrading steps, here is a simple tweak which gives the patch on iOS 7.0.5, iOS 7 and iOS 6 devices including the latest 64 bit devices.
Apple introduced few more security measurers, besides the usual Passcode, to make the iPhone useless after it has be stolen or robbed in the latest iOS 7 version. Now the device asks you to enter password every time you want to disable the Find My iPhone and to deactivate the same Find My iPhone feature before restoring to new firmware. Moreover, new activation lock is also introduced which is attached with the Apple ID and password and which is required after every fresh restore. But a new bug is found in iOS 7.0.4 which allows the users to deactivate Find my iPhone without entering the password.
Here comes a new beta for developers. iOS 7.1 beta 5 is just seeded to developers in order to test the new changes and get the feedback and reports regarding any further bugs and enhancements. Apparently two changes are observed in today’s beta. One is about Siri and another is about Keyboard.
There are rumors floating around the web that Apple is going to introduce a new app for health and fitness in the upcoming iOS 8. As you all know that the Cupertino company always tries to hide the upcoming features and changes till the last moment but even then the internal matters leak sometime, and so is the case with iOS 8.
Apple has just dropped iOS 7.0.5 for the Chinese phones to fix the bugs. Apparently this release is to fix some network issue that the China Mobile users are facing right now.
As you know the newly released iOS 7 comes with totally new look and feel. It is built from scratch, re-designing the every corner of the software. Many users and critics appreciated the new UI, but they are still many who didn’t like it all. They still want to use the older versions iOS 6.1.3 and iOS 6.1.4.