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Apple Watch and watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Apple Watch and watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Here's what you can expect from your Apple Watch this fall. At WWDC 2015, Apple previewed updates for all of its major operating systems—watchOS included. Yes, watchOS 2 is coming this Fall to an Apple Watch near you. Here's everything we know about it currently, for your reading (and salivating...
What would you change about iTunes Music?

What would you change about iTunes Music?

Apple says music is in the company's DNA, but what needs to be in its music offering? The original iPhone shipped with an iPod app that played the music you synced over via USB from iTunes on the desktop. A half a year later it was joined by the iTunes Store app, and you could buy music directly...
Is your iPhone or iPad running out of storage space? Here's how to fix it!

Can't download iOS 8? Not enough free space? Here's the fix!

iOS 8 brings the biggest functional increase to the iPhone and iPad since... forever. But it also brings the pain of 4GB of storage you need to free up before you can install it. When you use Software Update to download and install iOS 8, not only do you need the space to store the file, you...
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iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

Apple announced that iOS 8.4 along with its premiere features—a new Music app, Apple Music, Beats 1, and Connect—would be launching on June 30, 2015. The company even created a Facebook event for the launch. Now, however, Ian Rogers, former CEO of Beats and current Senior Director of Apple Music...
Apple Watch and watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Apple Watch and watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Here's what you can expect from your Apple Watch this fall. At WWDC 2015, Apple previewed updates for all of its major operating systems—watchOS included. Yes, watchOS 2 is coming this Fall to an Apple Watch near you. Here's everything we know about it currently, for your reading (and salivating...
iOS 9 can temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates

iOS 9 can temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates

An upcoming feature in iOS 9 should make it easier for users with limited storage space on their devices to install software updates. When it launches this fall, iOS 9 should lay the groundwork to make it easier to install future software updates. The system will now ask you for permission to...
Apple releases second developer beta of iOS 9

Apple releases iOS 9 beta 2 for developers

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 9 to developers. The second developer beta of iOS 9 is now available for developers. It can be downloaded over the air on a device with the first beta installed, or from Apple's iOS Developer Resources site. iOS 9 will arrive for all users later...
iOS 9 FAQ: What you need to know!

iOS 9 FAQ: What you need to know!

If you have iOS 9 questions, we have your answers! iOS 9 was unveiled at WWDC 2015 and is currently in developer preview. It won't ship until this fall, but we're already fielding tons of questions about it. So, we're collecting all those questions and, better still, providing answers right here...
What would you change about the Home screen?

What would you change about the Home screen?

The app launcher as home screen dates all the way back to the Newton, but how much further should it go? There's a lot to recommend the iPhone-style Home screen. It's understandable to almost everyone, it's simple and predictable to use, and static icons are highly memorable and locatable. If...
XARA, deconstructed: An in-depth look at OS X and iOS cross-app resource attacks

XARA, deconstructed: An in-depth look at OS X and iOS cross-app resource attacks

Does the Indiana University XARA whitepaper make your head hurt? Here's an in-depth look at what "cross-app resource attacks" actually mean for your iOS and OS X systems. This week, security researchers from Indiana University released details of four security vulnerabilities they discovered in...
Here are all the iPhones, iPads, and iPods compatible with iOS 9

Here are all the iPhones, iPads, and iPods compatible with iOS 9

Can your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch run iOS 9? If it's on this list, it can! If you think the list of devices that can run iOS 9 looks familiar, it's because it's the exact same list of devices that could run iOS 8 this year. That's right, Apple is making sure they support every iPhone, iPad,...
Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Read the Gruber/Schiller Talk Show interview in full from last Tuesday. Daring Fireball founder John Gruber sat down with Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller at WWDC for a live version of Gruber's podcast The Talk Show. Here, to the best of our ability, is a full...
Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

We're in San Francisco all week for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Follow along with us! There's a lot to see, do, and talk about beyond the doors of Moscone. After Apple's keynote, Rene, Peter, and myself are off into the wide world of WWDC 2015 week, speaking at Layers and...

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