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Apple releases iOS 16 beta 2 to registered developers, here’s what’s new

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during its main keynote of WWDC22. This year, the iPhone got a lot of love -- particularly when it comes to its Lock Screen. Gone are the days of all iPhone Lock Screens looking almost identical. Users can now change the font, add widgets, and set...

Apple Translate is rolling out support for Turkish, Dutch, and more to iOS 16 beta users

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC 2022. One of the notable features for users living in foreign countries is support for additional Apple Translate languages. The company has mentioned that these operating systems will start including Turkish, Thai, Vietnamese, Polish, Indonesian, and Dutch in its Translate...

How to use Continuity Camera on macOS Ventura and iOS 16

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. These major updates come packed with new additions that further enrich Apple products and the features they offer. These include a customizable iPhone Lock Screen with widget support, resizable app windows on M1 iPads, and a redesigned Settings app on...

The robots of iOS 16 can prove to websites that you’re not a robot

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. These major operating system (OS) upgrades come packed with plenty of new features and changes. Most notably, iPhone users can now fully customize their Lock Screens through different fonts, widgets, 3D wallpapers, and more. iOS also gains plenty of other...

Apple Mail on iOS 16 allows you to buy your own domains

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC 2022. These new operating systems introduce some of the highly-requested features users have asked for. For example, the iPhone Lock Screen is now fully customizable. Additionally, M1 iPads now support resizable windows -- taking multitasking on these glass slabs to...

How to quickly lift subjects and remove background in Photos app on iOS and iPadOS 16

WWDC was packed this year. We got a preview of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9 -- all of which introduce plenty of major features across the respective operating systems. And perhaps one of the most notable additions to stand out is the ability to lift subjects by removing the backgrounds in...

iOS 16 Developer Beta 1 Hands-on: Meaningful improvements across the board

I have a lot of problems with iOS as an operating system, but I'm also a pretty big fan of my iPhone 13 Pro. While the software isn't perfect, I like it overall, and Apple has been rolling out improvements to it over the years. There are a lot of features I really wish it...

Everything new in iOS 16: Personalized Lock Screen, upgrades to Messages, and more

Apple has finally revealed the anticipated iOS 16 during the main keynote of WWDC 2022. The beta program is now available to registered developers, allowing them to get their hands on an early build of the software. The general public will have to wait for a few months before they get to experience the latest...

EU agrees to USB-C everything with Power Delivery for fast charging

After years of deliberation, European Union lawmakers have reached an agreement that will force all future smartphones, tablets, e-readers, cameras, and more to be equipped with a USB-C port for charging. The aim of this agreement is to reduce fragmentation, e-waste, and to also introduce a standard for fast charging across multiple devices. The agreement...

Apple unveiled the worst laptop of 2022 at WWDC

At a jam-packed WWDC 2022 today, Apple unveiled the latest versions of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, alongside hotly-anticipated new Apple silicon and health features. Today's keynote also saw the arrival of the exhaustively leaked M2-powered MacBook Air, which incorporates the controversial screen notch from the company's line of 2021 MacBook Pros. But that wasn't the most...

These are the iPhones that can run iOS 16

Another year another new version of iOS is upon us. iOS 16 has been revealed to the world and if you're an iPhone owner then you probably want to know when you can get it. The first question to ask though is if you can get it? Apple is extremely good at prolonging the life of its...

Your iPhone can now be a webcam for your Mac

Apple has just announced during its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) that it is introducing a new integration between a Mac and an iPhone. macOS Ventura and iOS 16 will allow users to utilize an iPhone as a webcam for a Mac. This addition works seamlessly and requires no setup -- as you'd expect Apple features...