Charlotte Henry joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss the latest chapter of the (Apple v) Epic Saga, with a preview of some new iOS emoji.
There are new heart emojis, broader gender options, and couples with mixed skin tones in iOS 14.5. Plus the syringe emoji is empty.
Six mobile advertising companies have come together to form an alliance in response to forthcoming privacy changes from Apple.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the new features in iOS (beta) 14.5, including a new way to unlock your phone.
Europe antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager warned Apple to give equal treatment to all apps, including its own, for the upcoming App Tracking Transparency feature.
Safari on iPhone lets you take a screenshot of a full webpage and save the whole thing as a PDF document in iCloud or on device.
The latest developer beta of iOS 14.5 indicates that the ‘Discover’ tab in the Watch app will be replaced and named ‘App Store’.
Dave Hamilton and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss recent software updates and a beta that can change how your phone unlocks.
Apple has released the iOS 14.5 beta and with it comes new features for Apple Card customers like budgeting and family sharing.
In response to an iOS 14 feature that makes developers ask user consent to use their data, Facebook wants to remind people just how beleaguered it really is.
In the post, Facebook says that if users accept the prompts for Facebook and Instagram, the ads you see on those apps won’t change. “If you decline, you will still see ads, but they will be less relevant to you.” The tech giant notes that Apple has said that providing education about its new privacy changes is allowed.
To me, the most offensive part about this isn’t Facebook pretending to care about “businesses other than itself that rely on ads to reach
products customers.” It’s how it says “This won’t give us access to new types of information.”
Over the weekend, Andrew discovered a feature in iOS 14.4 that wasn’t included in the release notes: Autoplaying Similar Music.
Andrew Orr and Jeff Butts join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news including iOS updates and apps, and that dot on your iPhone.
While developers aren’t yet required to follow the new privacy feature, App Tracking Transparency is already here. As Jeff Butts has found, there are some app developers who are even using it before they have to.
iOS 14 added App Store privacy labels as a way for developers to disclose the data their apps collect. But some of these labels may be inaccurate.
Apple released iOS 14.4 on Tuesday and one of the features involves Bluetooth device types that people can manually set.
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss why the latest iOS update is very important to install, and a look ahead at earnings.
Apple released iOS 14.4 on Tuesday with multiple bug fixes and software improvements. It also contained a security update to fix three flaws.