iOS 11 update

All You Need To Know About The iOS 11 Updates

Apple’s operating system has always been one of the cornerstones of its business. The iOS 11, released on 19 September came with significant improvements over its predecessor iOS 10 and paved the way for amazing possibilities for Augmented Reality for games, apps, etc. But unfortunately, Apple’s latest OS came laden with a series of bugs. Remember the autocorrect bug which denied us the liberty of using the letter “I” or the times when Siri decided to give a cold shoulder? Thankfully Apple decided to fix these issues which led to subsequent updates. So, here’s a walkthrough of all the updates in iOS 11.  Read more

iOS 11 Photos

An Obscure iOS 11 Bug Allows Unauthorized Access to Your iPhone’s Photos Album

Apple has recently released an updated version of its iPhone and iPad operating system – iOS 11. It brings fixes for that annoying static sound during calls (on iPhone 8 and 8 Plus) and a photo bug, which randomly removed photos from the gallery. While the earlier bug hid photos from your iPhone, a new bug in iOS 11.0.3, as reported by iDeviceHelp, grants strangers access to your photos even when the phone is unlocked. Read more

iOS 11.0.2

The New iOS 11.0.2 Update is Especially Important for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Users

No more long faces for iPhone 8  and 8 Plus buyers! Apple saves the day (hopefully) by releasing a minor but significant iOS update on Tuesday after multiple users complained about a crackling sound during ceullar and FaceTime calls. No need for “I can’t  hear you babe” *rustling paper* excuse, Apple surely solved this one for you! Read more

iOS 11.01

Apple Releases iOS 11.0.1 to Address Performance Issues with iOS 11

It’s been over a week since the public release of iOS 11 and many people have been complaining of various issues like battery draining, slow speeds etc. Apple has quickly worked on the fixes and released iOS 11.0.1 with performance improvements. It is a small update, and its sole purpose is to fix the glitches that are present in the predecessor.     Read more