Distributed last week, the latest Release Candidates for iOS 15.3 and macOS Monterey 12.2 appear to plug a dangerous Safari data leak.
The result is a well-built recipe app that provides a better experience for the end user, and one which tries to respect the creator content it organizes by offering source links, tools to discover more recipes from the same creator as they’re published, and a feature that encourages repeat visits to recipe sites. But some of Pestle’s other features make it almost too easy to bypass creators’ websites, which could cause concerns.
Zillow announced that its app will support SharePlay, a FaceTime feature that lets iOS 15 users share what’s on their screen with others.
Apple has removed any mention of its controversial CSAM detection plans in iCloud Photos, although the code remains in iOS.
Apple released iOS 15.2 on Monday, and one of the changes you’ll see is App Privacy Report. You can install the update through Settings.
The Washington D.C. council approved a bill from Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) that brings the city “a step closer to the reality of digital credentials.”
As of iOS 15.2, consumers will be able to view their iPhone parts and service history straight in the Settings app.
On Tuesday Readdle announced the addition of iOS 15’s SharePlay to PDF Expert. This will let people hold online presentations.
SharePlay works with a variety of apps, allowing users to watch and listen to content with friends and family over FaceTime.