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You Can Now Download iOS 11.3 to See Your Terrible Battery’s Soul You Can Now Download iOS 11.3 to See Your Terrible Battery’s Soul

Apple has finally released iOS 11.3, an update granting users the option to enable or disable Apple’s controversial battery management feature responsible for an epidemic of old iPhone slowdowns. You can also turn your face into a cartoon bear now, so that’s nice.

All the New Education Software Apple's Bringing to iPads and Macs All the New Education Software Apple's Bringing to iPads and Macs

At an education-focused event in Chicago, Apple announced more than just a stylus-friendly iPad. The company also revealed some new features coming to its office and productivity software, as well as new education tools for teachers, school administrators, and developers. All told, the event seemed like Apple’s way of…

Go Update Your Apple Devices to Fix the Telugu 'Text Bomb' Bug Now Go Update Your Apple Devices to Fix the Telugu 'Text Bomb' Bug Now

What started out as a seemingly simple bug turned into a real hassle when people figured out it was possible to crash iMessage, Twitter or even the Wi-Fi app on Apple products by inserting a single character from the Indian language of Telugu. And once an app had crashed, it would keep crashing forever until you took…

iPhone X Users Blame Bug for Missed Calls iPhone X Users Blame Bug for Missed Calls

While Apple continues to address the fallout of performance throttling on iPhones with older batteries, the company now has another issue to worry about, this time in regards to its pricey iPhone X.

iOS 11 Is So Broken That Apple Is Reportedly Delaying Features in iOS 12 iOS 11 Is So Broken That Apple Is Reportedly Delaying Features in iOS 12

It looks like iOS 12 won’t be as flashy or fun as Apple originally wanted it to be. Following months of embarrassing bugs and performance issues, the company is reportedly pushing some features originally slated for this year’s iOS 12 update back to 2019. Engineers will be focusing on quality and reliability instead.

iPhone X's Face ID Can't Be Used to Verify Family Transactions iPhone X's Face ID Can't Be Used to Verify Family Transactions

Many iPhone X users have found themselves unable to use Apple’s Face ID to approve family purchases, resulting in them having to enter their passwords manually whenever another user on their account tries to buy something.

Here's One Explanation for Why Your Old iPhone Feels so Damn Slow   Here's One Explanation for Why Your Old iPhone Feels so Damn Slow  

For years, people have complained about declining performance in their aging iPhones, an issue that’s commonly attributed to Apple’s software updates. Something beyond a rumor percolated just last week, when a Reddit thread suggested that the cause for the slow performance could be due to Apple throttling phones with…

The iPhone X Gestures You Should Master The iPhone X Gestures You Should Master

For some, the biggest change in Apple’s new iPhone X isn’t the larger screen, weird notch, or identity-verifying Face ID tech. It’s the disappearance of the Home button, the iconic piece of hardware present on every iOS device since the iPhone’s 2007 debut. With the button gone, Apple’s using the extra real estate to…

Everything Apple Fucked Up This Year Everything Apple Fucked Up This Year

People like to believe that Apple is a company that never makes mistakes. Never has that logic been so obviously flawed as it was in 2017. This year, it seemed like Apple couldn’t make it through a single week without some big, embarrassing screw up. So, for the sheer joy of it, we made a list.

If You Miss Jailbreaking Your iPhone, It Looks Like Google Has a Treat for You If You Miss Jailbreaking Your iPhone, It Looks Like Google Has a Treat for You

Apple’s iOS is a walled garden that gives the company total control over what can be done with its device. For years, jailbreaking your iPhone was easy and allowed all sorts of custom freedom. It’s been a while since a simple jailbreak has been released. But this week, a Google researcher made an announcement that has…

Oh Look, iOS 11 Had Yet Another Phone-Breaking Bug Oh Look, iOS 11 Had Yet Another Phone-Breaking Bug

Ever since it launched in September, iOS 11 has been riddled with glitches, bad UI decisions and general lack of attention to detail. On Friday night, Apple’s problems got a little worse with a notifications bug that sent iPhones and iPads running the software into a constant cycle of crashing and rebooting, forcing…

iOS 11 Is Killing Me iOS 11 Is Killing Me

Okay, look. I’m not the first person to say this, and I certainly won’t be the last. But iOS 11 is bad. The new operating system has turned my phone into a bug-infested carcass of its former self, and the frustration of trying to use it sometimes makes me want to die, too.

Apple Is Testing a Beta Fix to the iOS 11 Control Center's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Switches Apple Is Testing a Beta Fix to the iOS 11 Control Center's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Switches

iOS 11, the fancy new version of Apple’s OS that shipped just about two months before the launch of its latest line of expensive phones, introduced some changes to Control Center, its app which streamlines the annoying process of changing settings by putting the most commonly tweaked ones on a single swipe-up menu.…

Don't Use the Calculator on iOS 11.1 Don't Use the Calculator on iOS 11.1

We already know that for various users, iOS 11.1 makes media playback stutter, breaks audio control on the lock screen, and autocorrects the word “I” to an unrecognizable character. But there’s more! It also breaks the Calculator app.

How to Scan Documents With iOS 11’s Notes App How to Scan Documents With iOS 11’s Notes App

iOS: iOS 11’s new built-in document scanning feature is both a time-saver and a convenient way to capture information. It makes it easy to attach real-world documents to your digital musings without leaving one app for another. It won’t replace any dedicated document scanning apps, but it’s a great alternative to…

iOS 11's Most Obnoxious Features iOS 11's Most Obnoxious Features

iOS 11 brings a lot of new and exciting features to the iPhone and iPad. It also brings a lot of pretty annoying ones.

iOS 11 Finally Gets App Organizing (Almost) Right iOS 11 Finally Gets App Organizing (Almost) Right

In iOS 11, you might find yourself tapping and touching apps to find out what new features lay hidden just beneath the force-sensitive surface. If you’re one who likes to start fresh whenever you get a new OS upgrade on your device, you’re probably going to spend some time arranging apps on the homescreen to your…

The iOS 11 Control Center Misleads Users on Whether Their Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Are on The iOS 11 Control Center Misleads Users on Whether Their Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Are on

iOS 11 comes with a pretty sweet array of augmented reality tricks. Unfortunately, one thing that is less real than before in the new operating system is user controls for wireless connectivity.

All of the Best Augmented Reality Tricks Your iPhone Can Do Right Now [Updated]

iOS 11 is finally available today for your iPhone and iPad, and among the many new features included in the update is Apple’s ARKit framework allowing developers to more easily create augmented reality apps and experiences. Here are some of the best ones you’ll want to try out after updating.

You Can Now Download iOS 11 You Can Now Download iOS 11

Apple teased us with the next version of iOS in June, revealing a bunch of new features at WWDC that wouldn’t be ready until today—unless of course you love the thrill of a potentially buggy public beta, which has been available since the end of June. But if you like to play it safe, or if you simply never bothered…

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