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It didn't take Apple long to convince GitHub to take down leaked source code for a core iOS 9 component, but according to security experts, the damage may have been done.
The majority of iDevice users are already on iOS 11, but the latest platform version isn't spreading anywhere near as fast as iOS 10 and 9.
At least, on benchmarks, anyways. But the data shows that performance on the iPhone 5s stays relatively consistent between multiple iOS versions.
The Forensic Science Laboratory wants to acquire a tool to decrypt phones with iOS 8 and, potentially, other Android phones.
"Only" 60 percent of the world's iDevices run iOS 10 as of October 25, which Apple's CEO didn't forget to compare to Android Nougat adoption.
Third-party market research firms were apparently way too optimistic about early iOS 10 adoption, confirmed at "only" 54 percent by Apple.
Around two thirds of all iOS users are reportedly already on the mobile platform's latest build, iOS 10, embracing it faster than iOS 9 last year.
As of 10pm Eastern on September 28, 2016, iOS 10 registered a 49.97 percent usage share on all iPhones and iPads. It took 15 days to get here.
Nearly 15 percent of iDevices are already on iOS 10, with the latest mobile platform version predicted to reach 50 percent by September 25.
Apple isn't going to release iOS 10 before making sure iOS 9 is all polished and secure, with an "important" security-centric 9.3.4 update delivered now.
Are you trying to avoid charging your phone during the day? Here are 9 Tips to improve battery life on your iPhone, though you might not want to use them...
Apple's mission is to quash each and every small iOS 9 bug, with build 9.3.2 reaching its third developer beta dedicated entirely to stability fixes.
It's likely the FBI got "gray hat" hackers to decrypt the security on the San Bernardino iPhone 5c instead of the previously rumored mobile forensic firm.
It has the same CPU and camera as the iPhone 6S, for $250 less, but what compromises are there? Here's a quick iPhone SE vs 6S comparison!
Apple's mini mid-range phone is a snappy scrappy performer. Here's our first look at the iPhone SE 24 hours after unboxing it.
Far from perfect or flawless, iOS 9.3 leaves iPhones on Sprint without 4G LTE support, even after the .1 maintenance revision.
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.
iOS 9.3 can't be more than a few days away from a public release, as its seventh beta update makes its way to developers and testers.
The feature that adjusts an iPhone's display for easier reading in the dark gets some new tweaks that some testers will not like.
Law firms in both the US and UK are joining disgruntled iPhone 6 owners whose devices succumbed to Error 53, threatening class action against Apple.
The best smartphone features of 2016 are the ones you're not using – and in some cases, you're better off.
And they also get that Apple Pencil going on, too. There are actually a bunch of new features to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and even OneNote to get to.
Does this iOS 9 text string support rumors of the vanishing iPhone 7 headphone jack, and will another string point at a future Apple networking plan?