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Here’s everything new in iOS 15.4 beta 1: New emoji, Keychain updates, and more

Apple released iOS 15.4 beta 1 to registered developers yesterday. Unlike iOS 15.3, iOS 15.4 comes packed with new features, changes, and additions. This includes support for Face ID when masked, new emoji, Keychain updates, and much more. To download this update, you have to be enrolled in Apple's Developer Program -- which costs $99...

How to set up Face ID with a mask

While a lot of smartphones make use of fingerprint sensors for biometric login, the only way to use your biometrics to log in to an iPhone is to use Face ID. It's exactly as the name implies; your face is used to log in to your phone. Apple employs additional hardware to ensure that it's...

In iOS 15.4, you’ll finally be able to use Face ID with a Mask

The initial release of iOS 15 arrived last year, and per usual for Apple, it has continued to receive minor updates in the months since. iOS 15.3 just arrived this week with a fix for Safari's IndexedDB data leak and other minor fixes, and now the first beta for iOS 15.4 is available to try...

Apple releases the first beta of iOS 15.4 to registered developers

Following the release of iOS 15.3 to the public yesterday, Apple seeded iOS 15.4 beta 1 to registered developers today. This first beta build of the upcoming iOS release is still unavailable to public testers, though. We haven't been able to discover any new visual changes in this update so far. It could be focusing...

iOS 15: Everything you need to know about Apple’s latest update for the iPhone

WWDC is Apple’s annual event with a major emphasis on showcasing its software advancements. What this means is every year at WWDC, we get our first glimpse of the new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and all of Apple’s apps and services. In 2021, Apple announced iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 along with macOS Monterey...

Apple fixes Safari IndexedDB data leak in iOS 15.3 and macOS 12.2 Release Candidates

Last week, security researcher Martin Bajanik published details about a security vulnerability in Safari 15, which allows sites to see the names (but not the contents) of databases saved by other websites. This can potentially serve as a fingerprinting method, but Apple is seemingly close to releasing a fix on both macOS and iOS. The security...

Apple has seeded iOS 15.3 Release Candidate to registered developers

Apple has seeded the Release Candidate (RC) of iOS 15.3 to registered developers. This comes after the release of iOS 15.2.1 to the public last week. This RC build of the upcoming iOS release is now available to download as an over-the-air (OTA) update if you have the beta profile installed on your iPhone. We...

Apple has released iOS 15.2.1 with bug fixes

Apple has released iOS 15.2.1 to all users with supported iPhones globally. The update focuses on bug fixes revolving around HomeKit, the Messages app, and CarPlay. It's still unclear if this build introduces any new features, but that's unlikely -- considering it's a X.X.1 update. Despite that, it comes with a relatively large download size,...

Apple releases iOS 15.3 beta 2 to registered developers

Apple has seeded the second beta of iOS 15.3 to registered developers. This comes after the release of iOS 15.2.1 to the public earlier today. This second beta build of the upcoming iOS release is now available to download as an over-the-air (OTA) update if you have the beta profile installed on your iPhone. We...

First 10 things to do with a new iPhone or iPad

Apple products are known for their durability, and they tend to be supported for years to come. The company has been manufacturing several models of its iPhone and iPad lineups to match almost all budgets and needs. If you don't want to spend a fortune on an iDevice, you're no longer limited to older, outdated...

Apple releases the first beta of iOS 15.3 to public testers

Following the release of iOS 15.2 to the public last Monday, Apple seeded iOS 15.3 developer beta 1 on Friday. This first beta build of the upcoming iOS release is now available to public testers, too. We haven't been able to discover any new visual changes in this update. It likely focuses on fixing bugs...

XDA Basics: How to mute voice feedback during Apple Watch workouts

The Apple Watch is a great device for plenty of reasons, including fitness. However, a recent watchOS software update added a feature that has been annoying some users. During a workout, Siri would interrupt the music or podcast you're listening to and announce your latest milestones. For example, if you're walking or running, it will...