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iOS 15 Developer Beta 1 Hands-On: SharePlay, Better Notifications, Focus Modes, and more!

Apple has announced iOS 15 at WWDC 2021 alongside iPad OS 15, WatchOS 8, macOS Monterey, and a host of new features and changes to its apps and services. While the final release of iOS 15 will happen later this year with the iPhone 13 announcement, you can now download the iOS 15 Beta to...

AirPods are getting new features to make it easier to hear and find them

During its ongoing WWDC 2021 keynote address, Apple shared details about some of the interesting new features coming to AirPods. The popular wireless earbuds will soon receive a new feature called Conversation boost, which will improve the listening experience for people with mild hearing impairments. The company will also roll out a feature that will...

Wondering how to watch WWDC 2021 virtual keynote on iOS 15, macOS 12, and other Apple stuff? Here’s how!

Apple is hosting its annual WWDC developers conference virtually for the second year in a row. While the giant hosts many events throughout the year, WWDC is where we see most of the announcements about software improvements coming to different operating systems by Apple. At this year's event, Apple will be announcing key changes coming...

What Android features do you want to see in iOS 15?

Passionate iOS and Android fans are constantly bickering over which mobile OS is better. While the many differences between Android and iOS have fueled this unrelenting debate, both Google and Apple have clearly adopted key features for Android and iOS respectively from the other. Apple is set to preview the next version of iOS at...

Apple WWDC 21 announced: Here’s when iOS 15 is expected

Apple has officially announced dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which will once again be an online-only event. The highly anticipated event will take place from June 7 through June 11, about two months from now. As in years past, developers and consumers will get an early look at the future of iOS, iPadOS, macOS,...

While the iPhone gets 5 years of support, my Galaxy S9+ still can’t get timely Security Patches

Apple’s WWDC took place this week, not long after Google’s I/O conference. Each company spent time announcing their planned new features as well as new APIs, new apps, and new ideas. It isn’t a stretch to say that both Android and iOS have become advanced operating systems with complete and competitive feature sets. I’ve been...