iOS 11 rolled out with many new and interesting features, but was soon making headlines for the wrong reasons. Users have reported quite a few bugs on the OS, and of the lot, the most annoying is the autocorrect feature on the iOS keyboard. Apple fixed the autocorrect bug, but a new one has appeared,
There's an impressive level of curiosity around the iPhone each year. And everyone who's ever researched the iPhone before making a purchase decision goes through a mix of longing, desire, dejection or thought of ridicule. To quite an extent that's based on prior experience with Android, and the steep price at which iPhones are priced.
Apple has been rolling out one update after the other lately. After releasing the iOS 11.1.2 update just last week, the company has already started rolling out the beta version of the iOS 11.2 upgrade. Which mean, iOS 11.2 is being tested, and can be expected to be out soon.
iOS 11 brought many new and interesting features to iPhones and iPads. Among the most useful upgrades are the revamped and customizable Control Center. Apple released a new layout for the Control Center with more controls, and most of them are also customizable from Settings. However the Control Center has also caused some confusion in terms of how the toggles work. Also, some options for functions like AirDrop icon are no longer visible. But, turns out AirDrop is present on the Control Center after all, and here's how you can access it.
The Apple iPhone X was reported with a very interesting issue lately, where its screen became unresponsive in cold weather. After this was reported last week, Apple acknowledged the issue, and promised to rollout a patch for the problem. Keeping its promise, Apple has now released an update that fixes the iPhone X screen issue that some users reported. This fix is a part of the new iOS 11.1.2 update.
Apple released iOS 11 for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch back in September. The OS upgrade brought with it changes, features and improvements for these devices. Of the new changes, the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles on Control Center was quite confusing for many users. Toggling off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth from the Control Center actually didn't actually turn off these features. Apple, in the next iOS 11.2 release will feature popups to make people aware of these changes.
As with many OS upgrades, iOS 11 also brought with it some annoying bugs. iOS 11.1 which arrived just last week also had a bug which caught immense attention all over the internet. Apple has finally released a fix for this bug with the latest release of iOS 11.1.1.
From a year anniversary of the shocking demonetization announcement last year, to the long-awaited increase in Twitter character limit, from the OnePlus 5T India pricing leaks to iPhone X being anointed with the title of the best display, it all happened today.
Apple released the latest iteration of its mobile OS, iOS 11, in September. It's been over a month since the global rollout of iOS 11 and Apple has shared its latest stats. According to data collected up to November 6, 2017, iOS 11 is running on 52 percent of active devices. In comparison, iOS 11 is a little behind iOS 10 which at this time last year was running on 60 percent devices.
iOS 11 -- the latest and 11th major mobile operating system (OS) developed by Apple, is reportedly lagging behind its previous iterations and is now installed on only 52 percent of iOS devices. iOS 11 adoption has been slower than iOS 10 adoption last year but the number of devices with the update installed has grown steadily since the new update was released, MacRumors reported late on Tuesday.
Just yesterday, Apple started seeding the iOS 11.1 update which comes with many bug fixes, over 70 new emoji, and the return of 3D app switcher for iPhone 6s and above. However just a day after the rollout of the stable iOS 11.1, security researches were successful in exploiting the OS. Researchers managed to exploit bugs through the Wi-Fi and on Safari web browser.
The week has been dominated by smartphone leaks and launches. Today was more of a mixed bag in the tech world. The day started with the sale of the Google Pixel 2 in India. Apple also started rolling out the stable versions of iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1, macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, and tvOS 11.1. Moving on, a hands-on video of the HTC U11 Plus and U11 Life emerged online giving a close look at the upcoming smartphones. Google also introduced a new Bluetooth pairing feature for Android users. Lastly, the iPhone X, which will commercially launch on November 3 has an exciting Airtel offer.
You know of the search feature in the Photos of your iPhone? If no, we will come back to that. If yes, the Photos app, other than searching pictures based on your location or the name of the person in your picture, has secretly been making a category called brassiere , and no one knew about it! However, recently, Twitter user ellieeewbu revealed in a post that searching brassiere in the Photos app on iPhones categorizes photos featuring bras automatically into a group. So if you have yours on anybody s pictures in a brassiere in your iPhone, your iPhone has already categorized it in the back of its mind.
After a week of testing it in beta, Apple has today started to rollout iOS 11.1 update for supported iPhones and iPads. Along with that, Apple has also released macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 and the watchOS 4.1 update. Here s taking a look at what these updates bring in new.
Have you ever added one, two and three using a calculator? Clearly, that makes you poor at math by the snooty standards, but you can feel at home here. I too have once (or more) probably. Now, the question is if you have ever done that major calculation on an iOS 11 calculator. If you have, then I would seriously suggest you to go back to that math problem, because your results were quite likely wrong. But don t be hard on yourself, blame it on iOS 11.
One of the biggest issues with the latest iteration of iOS is that it drains the iPhone's battery faster than usual. iOS 11 brings a range of improvements and design overhauls, however, soon after updating, users started complaining how their iPhones started consuming more power. Apple is now set to change this with the next major update to iOS 11.
Popular photo-sharing app Snapchat has started notifying the user every time someone uses the "Screen Recording" feature to save "Snaps" on iOS 11 operating system (OS).
Another eventful day, and week in the world of technology draws to a close. From latest predictions on the future Apple iPhone features to the India launch of what is said to be Oppo's first edge-to-edge smartphone, plenty of interesting stories topped through the day. Here's a quick roundup of all the top stories of the day.
This is probably one of the best things about using a well-knitted ecosystem like Apple s. You don t need to wait for months and even a year to get an OS update. Just three weeks after release, Apple s latest OS iteration iOS 11, was already installed on 48.6 percent of its devices, which superseded iOS 10 s install base, that was 45.4 percent. But, this was the data that analytics company Mixpanel collected yesterday. Today, when we went back to the analytics, we noticed there was dramatic drop in the adoption rate, which has fallen down to 42.7 percent, with iOS 10 again taking the lead 46.5 percent install base.
With the release of iOS 11, a host of new features were introduced like the revamped Control Center, Dark Mode, DND mode and Disable Touch ID to name a few. Besides these obvious changes, there are also a bunch of hidden features that are discovered every other day. One such feature that has been discovered lets users shut down an iPhone or iPad without hitting the physical power button.