Merely a few months after its public release, iOS 7 now powers 74.1 percent of all iOS devices in North America.
In little over a week since it has been released, iOS 7 now accounts for more than 52 percent of the entire iOS web traffic originating from North America.
Apple’s new firmware has a security vulnerability. A bug in the iOS 7 lock screen allows intruders to access Mail, Twitter, Photos and more on a compatible iOS device that’s protected by a passcode.
After months of being in the beta phase the latest iOS update, iOS 7, has finally been released to the public. Users with compatible devices can download iOS 7 right now over-the-air.
Apple has now released iTunes 11.1, which was previously only available to developers. The latest version of the software brings iTunes Radio, support for iOS 7 and a couple of new features.
iOS 6.1.3/6.1.4 untethered jailbreak might be released in the near future, iH8sn0w recommends not updating to iOS 7
Later today Apple will release iOS 7 to the public. People who want to have the ability to jailbreak their devices are wondering what exactly they’re supposed to do. iH8sn0w, a popular figure in the jailbreak arena, recommends that they don’t update to iOS 7 right away.
The U.S. Trademark and Patent Office has granted Apple a new patent today. It sheds light on a technology which will allow future iPhones to manage certain settings automatically based on “life events.”
As Apple gears up to launch its major iOS update tomorrow, a change has been witnessed that affects people with devices that are running legacy iOS builds. If the build isn’t capable of running the latest version of an app, the “last compatible” version will automatically be offered.