Category: ios-news

Apple Releases Seventh iOS 9.3 Beta

Today, Apple seeded the latest beta version of iOS 9.3, only one week after seeding the sixth iOS 9.3 beta. The company has been working hard since January on building...

MasterCard May Soon Support Apple Pay in Canada

Apple Pay is currently supported by large banks in the United States, United Kingdom, and China. However, Apple is planning on opening up their mobile payment system by...

A New Version of iOS 9.2.1 Fixes Error 53

Apple has released a new version of iOS 9.2.1, intended for those who are affected by “Error 53”. This error is usually caused by servicing hardware with Touch ID....

Replacement Program for USB-C Cables Already Active

A couple of days ago, Apple launched a worldwide replacement program for faulty USB-C charge cables that were produced from April to June of 2015 and sold alongside the...

Apple Pay to Launch in China on February 18

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has confirmed earlier reports that Apple Pay would launch in China this week, stating that this payment service will go...

iMessage: Over 200,000 messages sent per second

Since being introduced back in 2011, iMessage has gone on to become a huge hit for Apple. However, it seems like no one could predict how exactly popular this service...

Apple Pay Now Supported by 2 Million Retail Locations

According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple’s in-house payments initiative is supported by more than two million retail locations. Apple’s mobile payment system...

Microsoft OneDrive updated with PDF-related features

Microsoft has just updated the official iOS app (called Microsoft OneDrive) of its cloud storage service, in order to take advantage of Apple’s latest...

Apple is still not ready to implement Swift into its

Even though Apple has been heavily advertising Swift, it seems like the company is still not ready to implement this programming language into its own iOS apps....

Apple to Cease Direct Involvement with iAd

It seems that Apple is slowly turning away from its iAd program, which has never been responsible for a large portion of its sales. The company now plans to cease its...