Some users of the iOS 13.5 beta have noticed that, if you are wearing a mask, the iPhone will skip Face ID and prompt for a passcode.
Uncovered by beta users, Apple has added the ability to turn on contact tracing, or "COVID-19 Exposure Notifications", in the latest iOS beta.
A new report by Vice details two security vulnerabilities discovered in iOS 13 by ZecOps that Apple has now patched in its latest beta.
iOS security duo Mysk has confirmed that a problem that allowed popular iPhone and iPad apps to snoop around your iOS clipboard has not been fixed in iOS 13.4.
Apple has rolled out several new business support tools with its new versions of iOS, iPad and macOS which were released yesterday.
Apple has sent a notice to Authorized Service Providers that they may expect to see users experiencing issues with the hotspot feature.
New code found in the iOS 13.4 beta sheds light on a new feature that may allow users to recover their iPhone over the air.
A new feature called 'CarKey' in the iOS 13.4 beta reveals that you may soon be able to unlock your car with an iPhone or Apple Watch.
Apple released the second betas for iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 and added a few new features that will really come in handy. Here’s everything that’s new with the latest developer betas.
Apple has released new iOS adoption numbers on the App Store Support site today that show that most iPhones are running iOS 13.
Elcomsoft say its iOS Forensic Toolkit can now extract some files from iOS devices in BFU mode, before a user has even entered their passcode for the first time.
A bug in Apple's Communication Limits feature in iOS 13.3 is allowing kids to bypass the parental controls that parents have set for them.
Apple continued its theme of listening to its users with the release of iOS 13.3. Now, you can remove the Memoji stickers from your iPhone's emoji keyboard forever.
A document from Vietnamese carrier Viettel suggests that iOS 13.3 may be released as early as next week.
A report from Bloomberg has revealed that Apple plans to overhaul the way it tests software, in the wake of an iOS 13 release plagued by bugs and stability issues.
Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.2 following the release of iOS 13.2.2 to the public last week (Thursday, November 7.)
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