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XDA Basics: How to use Shared with You on macOS Monterey and iOS 15

Apple announced iOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey back in June, in addition to other Apple operating system updates. While supported iPhones can now run the latest and greatest iOS version, Mac users will have to wait. It's common for major macOS upgrades to arrive around two months after iOS, due to the complexity of...

How to use SharePlay on macOS Monterey and iOS 15

Apple announced iOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey, alongside other upgrades across their operating systems during WWDC21, back in June. These OS updates brought some features to the iPhone and Mac that we had been waiting for and missed out on a few others. Some of these features include Shortcuts and AirPlay support on the Mac,...

iOS 15.0.2 released, fixes bug that secretly deleted user photos, and more

About two weeks ago, an iOS 15 bug that secretly deletes users' photos was brought up on online platforms. Apple has finally patched this bug in the latest iOS 15.0.2 update. It is currently available to all users worldwide, assuming their devices support iOS 15. This release also fixes other bugs that users have been...

iOS 15.1 Beta allows users to get rid of annoying Apple Watch and Apple TV keyboard notifications again

If you're an Apple Watch or Apple TV user, then you probably know about the infamous keyboard notification. It is true that this notification is helpful, but it also would pop-up in a spammy manner at times, especially when someone else at home is using the Apple TV. On iOS 14 and earlier, there has...

XDA Basics: How to share a FaceTime call with an Android or Windows user

Apple tends to be busier on the customer-facing side in the middle and second half of the year. Back in June, it revealed iOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey during WWDC21. And in mid-September, they announced the new iPhone 13 lineup, along with new iPad models, and the public release of iOS 15. In addition...

iOS 15.1 beta 3 fixes some of the biggest annoyances on the new iPhone 13 Pro cameras

Apple has released the third beta of the upcoming iOS 15.1 to developers and public testers. iOS 15.1 re-enables SharePlay after Apple disabled it before the stable release of iOS 15. It also includes support for adding your COVID-19 vaccine certificates to Apple Wallet and fixes a bug that broke "Unlock with Apple Watch" on...

How to use Focus across devices on iOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey

Apple announced the upcoming versions of their operating systems during WWDC21, back in June. One of the greatest features across iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12 Monterey, and even watchOS 8, is Focus. What's Focus? Briefly, it's Do Not Disturb 2.0. This latest feature — already available on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, coming to...

How are iPhones still findable even when turned off

Apple revealed iOS 15 back in June, during its opening WWDC21 keynote. While the update wasn't as packed as we had hoped it would be, it still brought some significant improvements to the table. One of these additions is Find My support, even when iPhone is turned off. However, it is only available on select...

iOS 15 Messages bug secretly deletes backed up photos

iOS 15 was released to the public less than a month ago, and some complaints have already started surfacing online. It's common for new major software releases to have some bugs, even after months of beta testing. However, major bugs usually don't make it through to the public builds. Unfortunately, a critical bug has been...

iOS 15.1 beta 2 fixes iPhone 13 bug preventing masked users from using “Unlock with Apple Watch”

Apple has seeded iOS 15.1 beta 2 to registered developers. This update comes exactly a week after the first beta rolled out. Beta 1 re-enabled SharePlay after Apple had disabled it in later builds of iOS 15 beta before the stable release. The first iOS 15.1 beta also enabled users to add their COVID-19 vaccination...

iWork update brings new features for Keynote, Pages, and Numbers

Apple has updated its iWork suite, bringing several new features across Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. In a press release, the Cupertino giant announced the new changes, which were made available to everyone on the spot. While some features are iOS 15 or macOS Monterey exclusive, users on older versions can still take advantage of some...

iOS 15.1 beta re-enables SharePlay and lets you add your COVID-19 vaccine card to Apple Wallet

Apple has officially rolled out iOS 15 to all supported devices. If you have an eligible iPhone, we urge you to install the update to enjoy a bunch of new features. If you're on the beta channel, though, Apple has now started rolling out iOS 15.1, which comes with a few additional changes. While this...