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Topic: iOS

iOS, iCloud PR lead Laura Newell leaves Apple for new job in healthcare industry

11/02/2018, 01:11 pm

One of the more important PR representatives at Apple, Laura Newell, has reportedly left the company for a job with a firm called Collective Health.

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Apple seeds first public beta of iOS 12.1.1, restores macOS 10.14.2 beta for developers

11/01/2018, 01:11 pm

Apple on Thursday released the first public beta of iOS 12.1.1, simultaneously rectifying a problem for Mac developers by putting a macOS 10.14.2 beta back up for download. Apple TV owners can meanwhile get the first public beta of tvOS 12.1.1.

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iOS 12.1 Group FaceTime bug allows viewing of a locked iPhone's contact details

11/01/2018, 01:11 pm

A bug has been discovered in the way iOS 12.1 handles Group FaceTime calls, one which can allow a hacker to access the details of a contact stored on an iPhone, without needing to unlock the smartphone at all.

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Apple restarts developer beta cycle with iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.2 [u]

10/31/2018, 01:10 pm

Apple has recommenced its beta testing cycle following yesterday's release, with new versions of iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1, and macOS 10.14.2 available for testing by developers.

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Pixelmator Photo for iPad offers machine learning-based editing tools for photographs

10/31/2018, 09:10 am

The developers behind the popular image editing application Pixelmator are planning to release a new iPad app, Pixelmator Photo, which aims to provide all of the tools needed to perform desktop-class alterations to photographs on Apple's tablet.

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Apple releases iOS 12.1 with Group FaceTime, dual-SIM compatibility

10/30/2018, 01:10 pm

Apple on Tuesday released iOS 12.1, bringing features originally anticipated alongside iOS 12.0, namely Group FaceTime, and dual-SIM support on the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.

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LabCorp health sciences testing integrates Apple Health Records support

10/29/2018, 09:10 pm

Life sciences firm LabCorp on Monday announced integration with Apple's Health Records, allowing patients to store and view test results and other medical data from a variety of providers directly on their iPhone.

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Apple's iOS 12.1 available on Oct. 30 with Group FaceTime, dual SIM, new emoji and more

10/29/2018, 04:10 pm

Apple on Monday announced its next iOS 12 point release, iOS 12.1, will be available for download on Oct. 30, bringing with it promised next-generation features including Group FaceTime and dual SIM support for owners of iPhone XS and iPhone XR.

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Halide update granting iPhone XR full Portrait mode submitted to App Store

10/29/2018, 03:10 pm

Following an earlier confirmation an update to Halide Camera is on the way that allows it to take Portrait mode-style shots on the iPhone XR for subjects other than people, developer Chroma Noir has confirmed it has submitted the update to the App Store for approval.

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How to make the iOS 12 lock screen weather widget appear

10/28/2018, 08:10 am

A small but long-running demand from iPhone owners has been access to more information on the lock screen than time, date, and notifications. Apple teased the lock-screen weather report in early photos, but it can be hard to invoke if you don't know where to look -- AppleInsider shows you how to do it.

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How to use the built-in level in the iOS 12 Camera app

10/27/2018, 09:10 am

One thing people may have missed in the iOS Camera app is a built-in level -- though it appears only under very specific circumstances.

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Apple confirms Group FaceTime, dual-SIM support to arrive alongside iOS 12.1

10/26/2018, 06:10 pm

Apple this week updated its iPhone User Guide for the upcoming release of iOS 12.1, confirming the latest version of the mobile operating system will include Group FaceTime and, for iPhone XS and XR, dual-SIM support.

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Apple's iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV are changing the customer experience for the better

10/25/2018, 04:10 pm

Apple's wide array of devices including iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs have become ubiquitous in our homes, but most customer-facing installations still rely on inadequate technology. AppleInsider talks to industry mavens to discuss the present and future of Apple's devices in customer service.

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Apple's iOS 12 update breaks iPhone-cracking GrayKey forensic tool

10/24/2018, 04:10 pm

Shifting the balance of the encryption battle back in Apple's favor, iOS 12 has reportedly disrupted one of the most popular digital forensics tools, Grayshift's GrayKey.

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Apple confirms 'beautygate' fix for iPhone XS camera arriving in iOS 12.1

10/23/2018, 07:10 am

The so-called "beautygate" may soon be coming to an end, as Apple will be fixing the bug causing the smooth skin effect on photographs taken by the iPhone XS' front-facing camera when it releases iOS 12.1 to the general public in the future.

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Apple ceases iOS 12 code signing following release of iOS 12.0.1

10/22/2018, 07:10 pm

Apple on Monday stopped signing code for iOS 12 after the release of iOS 12.0.1, meaning users running the latest sub-point update can no longer downgrade to the previous operating system version.

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Apple reportedly working with GasBuddy after update leaves iPhones unresponsive [u]

10/22/2018, 05:10 pm

Apple on Monday informed employees it has identified an issue with gas price tracking app GasBuddy that causes iPhones running the title to become unresponsive.

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Apple rolls out fifth developer betas for iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and watchOS 5.1 [u]

10/22/2018, 01:10 pm

Apple is onto its fifth round of testing for its current generation of operating system betas, with developers in the program able to update their devices with new builds of iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and watchOS 5.1.

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How to turn the iOS 12 keyboard into a trackpad on any iPhone or iPad

10/20/2018, 08:10 am

One of the potentially bothersome aspects of iOS is how hard it can be to tap your cursor exactly where you want it when typing or trying to copy or paste media. It's relatively easy to get around the issue, and with iOS 12, the solution is no longer limited to 3D Touch devices or multi-finger gestures.

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Apple pitched a standardized version of iMessage to wireless carriers, but they didn't bite

10/18/2018, 11:10 pm

In an editorial bemoaning the lack of interoperability between Apple's iMessage and common SMS texting systems, former head of iOS development Scott Forstall reveals the company once tried to push wireless carriers toward its version of messaging.

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