Apple has now released iOS 11.2, bringing a fix for the crashes users experienced since the date rolled over to December 2, new Live Wallpapers for iPhone X users, and faster wireless charging on Qi chargers. iOS 11.2 also includes Apple Pay Cash (rolling out over the next week) for peer-to-peer payments between users in the U.S. Continue reading “Apple Releases iOS 11.2”
Apple today updated its Mac and iOS productivity apps (aka iWork), making them available for all Mac and iOS users for free.
In an interesting and uncharacteristic move, Apple has purchased mobile app Workflow for an undisclosed sum. It’s an iOS utility that allows you create shortcuts to peform a string of actions and can be triggered by a Widget, a Home Screen icon, share sheet button, or even from the Apple Watch.
For now, Apple is not only going to keep Workflow in the App Store, but the normally $2.99 app will be free.
I am loving my AirPods and this will be a welcome feature, even if just for peace-of-mind.
…Apple announced a feature that uses the earphones’ wireless technology to track their whereabouts when you inevitably misplace the tiny things. It’s integrated into the Find My iPhone app in iOS 10.3, which reaches software developers Tuesday and will soon be available to the public.
If you want to use a new iPhone with your Apple Watch, you can transfer your Apple Watch and its content to your new iPhone, but you need to follow these steps.
Apple VP, Craig Federighi, tells the FBI to suck it.