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The Forensic Science Laboratory wants to acquire a tool to decrypt phones with iOS 8 and, potentially, other Android phones.
Ever wondered what finally brought about the introduction of a public iOS beta testing program last year? The 2012 Apple Maps fiasco, apparently.
A mobile app analytics firm surprisingly claims iOS 9.3 is less crash-prone than all previous iOS 9 versions, plus Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
If the FBI can crack an alleged mass shooter's iPhone without Apple's help, the company says it won't help with an iPhone locked in Brooklyn.
It appears that the camps have set up and whatever change comes next will either be out of necessity, a mistake or will have to wait until another big point upgrade. We’ve tracked the meteoric adoption rate of iOS 9 over the past season and now comes the quiet.
Apple is reporting that as of November 30, 70 percent of active iPhones are running iOS 9. iOS 8 remains on 22 percent of the rolling stock while other versions tick down to 8 percent. Earlier that month, we reported a 66 percent take-up about 50 days after initial release.
Three-month tallies for iOS 8 and [...]
iOS 9, the newest major update to Apple's mobile platform, has managed to climb to impressive adoption heights in record time.
The general attitude towards software updates has been perceived as a negative one. The reality is that if the contents of that update feature significant changes and improvements, users will probably jump on the ball to do an OTA pull. It was the case with iOS 7. Not so much with iOS 8 and the 8.0.1 debacle didn’t really help the case. This time around with iOS 9, we’re looking at an 24-hour adoption rate somewhere between the two.
Analytics firm Mixpanel has made available a tracking chart of all the active iPhones so far which have updated to iOS 9. You can pore [...]
The final iOS 8 adoption stats before iOS 9 sees daylight are in, and they're remarkable, although somewhat behind iOS 7's scores a year earlier.
Learn more about some of the new software updates that Apple has pushed to developers, as the company gears up for a launch before its future OS updates.
Instead of going live this season, Apple HomeKit delays may mean that the automation hub doesn't arrive until late summer.
According to numbers straight from Apple, iOS 8 adoption is up a good bit – 81% of iOS devices now have the new and improved operating system.
Sprint users are now able to join T-Mobile in making iOS voice calls without a cellular connection, with the arrival of Sprint iPhone WiFi calling support.
A new report suggests that Android Lollipop stability is actually higher than that of iOS 8, meaning that for the first time Android has iOS beat here.
All new App Store titles will need to obey this requirement! 64-bit iPhone apps are coming with better performance, more power, and battery efficiency
See what the new iOS 8.2 beta 4 is doing to get ready for the start of Apple Watch sales.
Apple users will want to be on the lookout for an iOS 8.1.3 update, rumored to be headed to phones and tablets next week.
Are you upset when your new phone has less free storage than the box might suggest? A new Apple free space lawsuit argues just that.
Learn more about some recent issues that have emerged between Apple and third-party keyboard developers, as Cupertino wants some odd changes done.
Learn more about a new version of iOS that's already being tested silently, all this ahead of the Apple Watch launch in early 2015.
Learn more about a new and odd iCloud Drive policy that may complicate things for developers in using the instant sharing services.
Learn more about some new capabilities that have been discovered on Apple's existing A8 mobile processor on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Google's new tablet faces down Apple's in our comparison ... and it's not much of a contest. Find out which is better for you in iPad Air 2 vs Nexus 9!
Learn more about the existing progress of how you can jailbreak iOS 8.1.1. Sadly the biggest problem is that it's not for everyone.