Following the second Apple Event on Tuesday evening, Apple have announced four brand-new, 5G compatible smartphones: the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. These devices are due to launch the 17th October and the 6th November.
Last night Apple announced a second 2020 unveiling event, which is due to be held on the 13th October at 6pm BST. Apple have already announced and released new iPads and Apple Watches back in September, so this time we are expecting them to announce something a little different.
Many of us were expecting Apple to announce a new iPhone range at Apple’s event, but it looks as though that isn’t happening until October now. There’s nothing official regarding a new iPhone as of yet, but we expect something to be announced soon. However, Apple did announce two new iPads!
Apple will be announcing some new products tonight at 6pm (UK Time) and you’ll be able to watch it live as it happens!
Today Apple showed us all a preview of iOS 14, which will be the latest version of their operating system that runs on iPhones. iOS 14 features an updated home screen, with redesigned widgets and an App Library which gives users a new way to access the App store with a something called App Clips. IOS 14 also makes changes to the Messages app, Maps and much more.
Apple have released iOS 13.3.1 which includes a number of improvements and bug fixes, including a fix for an issue where some iPhone XR users on the O2 network experienced drops in signal.To update to iOS 13.3.1 make sure your iPhone is connected to WiFi then go Settings > General > tap on ‘Software Update’,…
Alongside the launch of the 2019 iPhone 11 range, Apple have rolled out the latest revision of their iOS – iOS 13.iOS 13 features a whole new look via the Dark Mode feature, as well as a major overhaul to the apps you use on a day-to-day basis, and general performance improvements across the whole…