It's taken Apple eight iOS 8 releases and almost seven months of stonewalling users, but a fix for the Wi-Fi issues that have been plaguing users since iOS 8 landed has finally made it into iOS 8.3.
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A slew of security fixes were wrapped into Apple's latest operating system update.
The same day Apple updated its operating system for laptops and desktops, iOS gets refreshed as well. Will this fix the Wi-Fi issues many have reported?
Apple has patched a security vulnerability in iPhones and iPads, which the company warned could allow an attacker to intercept encrypted connections.
Apple's next-generation mobile software is expected to land on iPhones and iPads later this year in a widely anticipated public beta. Here's what we hope to see.
It's only about a month since iOS 8.0 was released so there's not much new in security patches to add to 8.1. Two of the fixes also show up in a new Apple TV version.
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.
Here's how to roll back your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to iOS 8, and get the cellular connection and Touch ID working again.
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.
Many severe vulnerabilities are fixed in the new version and remain in iOS 7.1.
The latest Wi-Fi routers use 40Mhz channels for best throughput on the 2.4Ghz band. Problem: iOS only supports 20Mhz.
One of the bugs fixed in iOS and Apple TV was first reported a year ago and fixed in OS X in May of this year.
Apple patches iOS 7 bugs and improves the platform's underlying iBeacon technology.
Apple is working on a fix for one of the most annoying problems in iOS: having to constantly log into apps.
Apple has formally acknowledged an iMessage bug that prevents former iOS users from receiving SMS messages on non-iOS devices, and has promised a fix in a fresh update.
Apple acknowledged a bug in iOS that leaves email attachments vulnerable and has committed to fixing it. Luckily the bug is difficult to exploit and doesn't affect iPhone 4s and later devices running iOS 7.1.
Apple iOS and OS X devices aren't affected by the Heartbleed bug, but BlackBerry's BBM and Secure Work Spaces are — and the company says it lacks a fix for the issue.
If you're having teething issues with Apple's latest update, from battery issues to Bluetooth, you're not the only one -- but solutions exist.
The latest version for iPhones and iPads landed on Monday, with new features, user interface tweaks, and a number of bug fixes that aims to appease those who have yet to upgrade.
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