After a critical letter to Apple during the iOS 13 beta process discussing "Sign in with Apple" shortcomings, the OpenID Foundation Chairman is now praising Apple for changes made — but the group is still seeking more.
Apple's latest iOS 13.1 release addresses a few niggling emoji blunders introduced in past versions of the mobile operating system, including a widely publicized "upside down" squid character and an anatomically incorrect mosquito.
Following the release of iOS 13.1 to the public, participants in the iOS 13 beta program who signed up to try out the new features may want to stop taking part. AppleInsider explains how to get back to the regular public version and to stop getting the public beta updates.
It's not clear when in October Apple will release macOS Catalina, but what is clear that until macOS, tvOS, watchOS, iOS, and iPadOS are all updated, there's going to be some growing pains in a mixed-device environment.
Audio Sharing, a feature of iOS 13.1 enabling users to share music between two pairs of AirPods, will work with more audio accessories when it is released next week, starting with an expansion into Beats' wireless headphone range.
Despite months of beta testing, the new version of iOS has some problems — but that's no surprise and you should always wait at least a couple of days before updating. This time, we can even tell you exactly when to press that Install button.
Apple has promised features and improvements for the iPhone and iPad that will not be included in iOS 13 when it releases this week — but most are coming in the next update, iOS 13.1. Here's what we have to wait for, and when we'll get it.