Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta 3 to Developers and Public

Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta 3 to Developers and Public

Wowsers! Apple really seems to be on a fast track with iOS 9.2, Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan, and tvOS 9.1. They seem to be releasing new beta software weekly! Of course, there’s really no front facing features in iOS 9.2. It’s not like iOS 9.1, where you could finally text your friends middle finger emoji. If you want to go deeper, check out the release notes below.

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iOS 9.2 Beta Walk Through Video

iOS 9.2 Beta Walk Through Video

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 9.2 Beta. It came alongside Xcode 7.2 Beta. That was all that was released for the time being, but we saw that Xcode 7.2 has supported the API for Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan Beta, so we knew that was coming, and it came later that day. iOS 9.2 is a minor update. That’s how versioning works. It’s major.minor.bug fix, so iOS 9 is major, iOS 9.1 is minor, and…

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Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta

Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta

When Apple released iOS 9.1 to the public last week, we found out that Apple was internally testing on iOS 9.2. In fact, two days later, it was the longest developers have went without an iOS beta since before the iOS 8 beta after WWDC 2014. Today, Apple finally released that iOS 9.2 Beta. If you’re on the public beta program, you should be able to get it as an OTA. If you’re a developer and…

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Apple Releases iOS 9.1, OS X 10.11.1 to the Public, tvOS GM

Apple Releases iOS 9.1, OS X 10.11.1 to the Public, tvOS GM

Today, Apple finally released iOS 9.1 to the public, along with Mac OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan. The new updates generally bring support for Unicode 8, which is a whole bunch of new emoji, mainly the middle finger emoji that we’re all looking forward to. Personally, I find the public release to be a bit of a surprise this early, mainly because the iOS 9.1 release should coincide with the release of the iPad Pro,…

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Apple Can’t Unlock Your iPhone

Apple Can’t Unlock Your iPhone

Apple has told a U.S. court that it does not have the technical ability to unlock an iPhone that’s running iOS 8 or higher. Also, according to Reuters, over 90% of iPhones are running this software. Of course, the iPhone in question was one of the 10% that Apple could unlock, but they didn’t want to unlock it anyway because “could threaten the trust between Apple and its customers and substantially tarnish the Apple brand.”

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iOS 9.1 Beta 5 Walk Through

iOS 9.1 Beta 5 Walk Through

Yesterday, Apple released the fifth iteration of the minor update, iOS 9.1. They seem to be on a different schedule now between their four different OSes, being iOS, Mac OS, watchOS, and tvOS. Just think, only a year ago there were only two. I’ll tell you right now that there’s nothing noticeably new in iOS 9.1 Beta 5. It’s really all about bug fixes; however, I would note that the OTA update was 1.4 GB,…

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Apple Releases iOS 9.1 Beta 5

Apple Releases iOS 9.1 Beta 5

Today, Apple released iOS 9.1 Beta 5. The iOS 9.1 beta cycle is really a strange one. There’s not a lot new in iOS 9.1 except for new emoji. Even the first beta seemed super stable. The fact that there’s even five iterations of a minor update is beyond me. In fact, we got iOS 9.1 Beta 4 last week. Apple also seems to be on completely different beta cycles for Mac OS X 10.11.1…

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iOS 9.1 Beta 3 Walk Through

iOS 9.1 Beta 3 Walk Through

Last week, Apple released iOS 9.1 Beta 3 to developers and to those on the public beta. It came on the same day as iOS 9.0.2 and a day after Mac OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan Beta 2. Oddly enough, we haven’t heard anything about a watchOS 2.1 beta. There were a couple new features in iOS 9.1 Beta 3. There weren’t a lot. After all, it’s the third revision of a minor update.

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