Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. US officials are quizzing Apple over its decision to slow down iPhones with older batteries and why it wasn't more transparent with consumers. Apple is expected to provide an answer by January 23.
Apple recently released their fourth beta of iOS 11.2.5 and they also released their iOS 11.2.2 software update and now we have some videos comparing iOS 11.2.5 Beta 4 vs iOS 11.2.2. In the speed test videos we get to see the iOS 11.2.5 Beta 4 vs iOS 11.2.2 tested side by side on the
Apple opened the signing window for various iOS 6 to iOS 10 firmware versions today. It's unclear why or how long this will last so users looking to downgrade should do so ASAP. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith tweets, "Not entirely sure why the signing window has opened for iOS 6–10 on various iOS devices, but not gonna complain. Have some iOS 6." Currently signed firmware versions include: iOS 6.1.3, 7.0.3, 7.04, 7.1, 7.1.1, 8.0, 10.2, 10.2.1, 10.3, and 10.3.3
Targeted Fruitfly malware was used to spy on individuals and organisations, Apple will pay an extra £137 million itolrdn taxes following an HMRC audit
A consumer group filing a civil suit against Apple on behalf of over 100 plaintiffs for damages related to a recent soft
SYDNEY: Australian retail sales boasted the biggest monthly rise in four years in November as consumers splashed out on Apple iPhones and Black Friday promotions, a major boost for an economy that had been struggling with sluggish spending. The local dollar jumped a third of a U.S. cent to $0.7874 as the surprising strength helped Read More
Approximately 30 class action suits have been filed around the world against the iPhone maker, with some global regulators already investigating Apple's decision to slow down older iPhones packing chemically aged batteries without telling customers.
Apple is currently signing iOS 10 version updates for many devices including iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 models as shown by IPSW.me. Whilst the upgrade servers remain in this state, users are able to downgrade from iOS 11 by restoring their firmware to iOS 10.2 and 10.3.
MacOS High Sierra security bug lets you unlock App Store System Preferences with any random password
"We greatly regret this error and we apologise to all Mac users," Apple said in a statement.
India has taken another step to facilitate the opening of an Apple store in Asia’s third-largest economy, and now the ball is in the iPhone…
iPhone users commenting on internet forums say that Apple is ‘selling batteries at a low price’ instead of correcting the fault of slowing down older iPhones as the battery ages.