Two major changes to iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 include a new Settings toggle to allow the device to automatically download an iOS or iPadOS software update, and a big addition of symptoms to the Health app.
A small but indeterminate number of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro owners, and users of certain older model handsets, are reporting a bug that causes a green tint to display for a brief time after unlocking their devices.
Mac users looking to run Windows applications within macOS can take advantage of a deal on Parallels Desktop 15, with the virtualization software available as part of the 11-app 2020 Limited-Edition Mac App Bundle that's just $54 with coupon.
Apple this week activated free trials for its professional media creation apps Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, presenting potential users a 90-day period to see if the software is a right fit for their workflow.
For a limited time only, Amazon is discounting tax software for Mac, with cash savings of up to 40% off TurboTax downloads. Whether you're expecting a refund or simply want to get filing over and done with, these Amazon deals can help you get started right away.
Adobe has launched its Black Friday deals early and shoppers can save 40% on the Creative Cloud All Apps plan for a limited time only. Edit images using Photoshop on your iPad, or create docs with ease in Acrobat Pro on your Mac. Twenty apps are included in the plan for under $30 per month.
Whether you're a digital artist or a traditional artist looking to work digitally, there's a lot of software out there to choose from. Fortunately, we managed to take a look at three macOS apps in hopes of helping you find the perfect tool for the job.
It's very easy to add another cheap subscription if you're want to try out an app or a video service. Before you know it, though, you're paying out a lot of money every month. Here's how to find out what you've subscribed to, through the App Store and what you can do about it.
True, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback 2 is only a must-have app if you ever work with audio — but you probably do, so it likely is. The tool for routing audio between apps and audio devices gets a makeover and doesn't add new features but greatly refines what it has.
Pixelmator Pro has been updated to version 1.2, with the image editing suite now fully supporting macOS Mojave and introducing a new machine learning-based enhancement feature that can automatically tweak the color in user's photographs.
Apple on Tuesday announced an expansion to its app bundles sales options, allowing Mac developers and those marketing free apps with subscriptions to group up to ten apps together into a single purchase.
CodeWeavers has updated CrossOver, the application for running Windows applications on macOS desktops without using Windows itself, with version 18.0.0 introducing full support for macOS Mojave and numerous minor improvements.
Adobe unleashed a slew of new software at its MAX 2018 conference on Monday, including cross-platform video editing tool Premiere Rush CC and updates to existing Creative Cloud apps, while announcing a 2019 launch date for a much-rumored iPad version of Photoshop CC.
You've got a new phone, now make it work hard for you. With every iPhone update there comes a flood of new iOS apps and upgrades. Some of them are essentials, some just show what the new iOS is capable of — and a very few are both. AppleInsider picks the ten most notable new or significantly updated apps.