News in the iOS world this week covered the first update for Apple Watch OS, a judge opens iPhone design to the world, and the watch will soon hit retail stores for purchase.
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Microsoft is continuing to roll out monthly updates for its Intune device-management service. Here's what's in the batch for May.
This week in Android a report surfaced that showed Android besting iOS in mobile ad revenue. We also saw that the Nexus 9 is not getting updates first, and that Samsung is using Sony camera sensors in the S6 and S6 Edge.
Apple has patched a security vulnerability in iPhones and iPads, which the company warned could allow an attacker to intercept encrypted connections.
Microsoft's Yammer enterprise social-networking team is rolling out new capabilities for Yammer on iOS, OS X and Android devices.
Microsoft is rolling out a first public preview of its OneDrive for Business for Mac client, and outlined new and coming updates to its OneDrive app for iOS and Windows.
Apple has released iOS 8.1.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which brings with it relief for those who feel that updates have become too cumbersome to install.
Apple is facing a lawsuit over the amount of space that the iOS 8 update takes up on iPhone, iPads, and iPods.
Anyone keen on Microsoft's new presentation app Sway can give the preview product a whirl today, while Australians and New Zealanders can try out an updated Sway app for iOS.
Microsoft's latest batch of Intune rollouts includes a number of updates aimed to help companies lock down apps and data on iOS devices.
Some developers are updating their iOS apps often, and that can result in an unexpected cost for users.
Apple needs to make iOS updating as painless as possible, because right now it is conditioning users into seeing updates as a headache, and that's going to create serious problems for the company down the line.
TomTom regularly updates and improves their GPS Watch fitness devices and this week they released a major update with Android and iOS 8 support.
Despite Apple releasing iOS 8.0.2 to fix issues that were caused by iOS 8.0.1, Australian iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users are still reporting that they are experiencing problems with cellular network connectivity and Touch ID.
Apple has released its iOS 8.0.2 update just a day after iPhone users around the world were left without cell service or Touch ID functionality following yesterday's bug-ridden iOS 8.0.1 release.
Less than a week after the initial release of iOS 8, Apple issues the first update for the platform. After the bug fix introduced a number of new issues, it was pulled.
Microsoft, continuing in its mobile-first, cross-platform vein, is updating its services and software for Apple's latest operating system release.
When Apple added OTA (Over The Air) updating to iOS, it promised a simple, streamlined update experience. So why have I just spent the best part of an hour deleting apps and files to make room for iOS 8?
Enterprises get screen sharing for iOS users and their help desks, per-app VPNs for any managed app, and integration with Splunk for better access to operational data.
A total of 33 vulnerabilities patched, most in iOS. Only the Airport Base Station was vulnerable to Heartbleed.
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