So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and switch from an Android smartphone to an iPhone? Naturally, your first step after getting the new device is setting it up. But how to get all your data: contacts, photos, calendars, to a completely different platform? Since newcomers to iPhone are almost exclusively coming from Android, Apple makes sure they have a quick and easy transition. For the sole purpose of helping you move away from Android hassle free, Apple has developed an app called “Move to iOS”. Using the app, you get the easiest and most complete (in terms of data types transferred) ...
Apple has released a new software update for their iOS platform, the update is iOS 12.0.1 and it comes with some bug fixes. The update fixes a couple of issues that owners of Apple’s new iPhone have experienced since its launch. These include the charging bug where devices would not charged when they are plugged
Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 devices won't come with USB-C or Thunderbolt 3, the latest and fastest standards for connecting accessories and charging your computer. Meanwhile, Apple's recent MacBook Pros have taken the opposite approach by only including USB-C ports - alienating those who don't necessarily adopt the latest tech the moment it rolls out. Neither company has the right idea.
Apple Inc. told US lawmakers that its servers weren’t compromised and sought to assure them that the company’s global supply chain is secure
The iOS update also solves problems with Bluetooth becoming inaccessible and subtitles not showing up.
Apple iOS 12.0.1 released: Fixes iPhone charging bug, slow Wi-Fi connectivity and more [How to install]
Apple iOS 12.0.1 also fixes random drop in Bluetooth connectivity in iPhones and iPads. Read to know the complete changelog details and also how to install the new software on to your device.
Although Apple's September 12 event was the more glamorous one because of the launch of its new iPhones, the company could be holding a second event a little over a month later. And while this one won't be as exciting, fans of the Apple iPad series ...
Apple has released the latest iOS 12.0.1 software update that brings a ton of bug fixes, majorly for the newly launched iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max flagship models.
Apple has just released iOS 12.0.1, which brings a couple of key fixes for bugs plaguing the latest iPhone XS and XS Max. That includes the curious problem of the iPhone XS requiring users to wake their devices before they’ll begin charging when a Lightning cable is plugged in. The update will also prevent your iPhone XS or XS Max from connecting to a 2.4GHz channel on a Wi-Fi network, when a higher bandwidth 5GHz channel is available
Apple’s iPhone XS event last month was almost everything that we’ve expected except for one thing. Well, two if you count the still MIA AirPower wireless charging pad. The anticipated new iPad Pros were nowhere to be seen, disappointing some fans of the larger iOS device. Fret not, however, since Apple will reportedly have an event this month dedicated especially … Continue reading
In the upcoming Reigns: Game of Thrones for iOS, you have to know who to trust. Should you ally yourself with Tyrion Lannister or Daenerys Targaryen? If you happen to have one of the new Apple iPhone X devices — the X, the XS, or the XS Max — you may have a better chance. The face-tracking
Apple’s upcoming refresh to the iPad Pro line has been fairly extensively leaked already, and a new report at 9to5Mac from noted code trawler and developer Guilherme Rambo has revealed further information. The iPad Pros will indeed have a USB-C port, according to Rambo, and it’ll be capable of outputting 4K HDR video to compatible external displays. There’s no word on any other specific functionality, nor whether the Lightning port will be preserved.