The newest version of iOS 13 is out now, and it looks like the number 13 might not be a lucky number for Apple. According to Inc., the Department of Defense (DOD) sent an email last night “strongly encouraging” both its employees and contractors not to upgrade their iPhones to iOS 13, but rather to wait for the next release, iOS 13.1, to update their devices. Continue reading iOS Users: Don’t Upgrade to 13… Just Yet!
Today is the day for the latest iOS update for your iPhone and iPad, plus an update to the macOS default web browser, Safari. Here are a few of the things to expect with the updates. Continue reading Apple’s iOS 12 and Safari 12 Update Now Available
Update: This issue has been corrected with the iOS 11.0.1 update. To fix the issue, update to iOS 11.0.1 or later.
Apple has published a notice about sending an email with the new iOS 11 and an Outlook.com or Exchange email account. As SMU uses Exchange and Office 365 for email, we are asking the SMU Community to delay installing the latest OS on your mobile device until an update is available.
The original notice from Apple is below: Continue reading A Warning about Exchange Email and iOS 11
Today was the day many Apple fans were waiting for, as CEO Tim Cook took to the stage in the new Steve Jobs Theater to introduce the next generation of the iPhone and Apple Watch families. The iPhone 8 and iPhone X are the latest new phones, and they both pack a lot of technical punch.
At Apple’s Wordwide Developer Conference (WWDC) this week, a new version of the iOS mobile operating system was announced for a fall release. iOS 11 brings several improvements and new features to iPhones and iPads, many of which have been long-desired by Apple fans. Continue reading iOS 11 Brings Improvements and Innovations to iDevices