iOS 11 brings big changes to the iPad.
Today’s security update for Apple’s iOS devices is a serious one:
One of the world’s most evasive digital arms dealers is believed to have been taking advantage of three security vulnerabilities in popular Apple products in its efforts to spy on dissidents and journalists.
Basically, if you’re a journalist working for a national or international news organisation, update your iPhone or iPad as soon as you possibly can.
Well, here’s an interesting fact from Apple’s earnings call this evening:
During its Q4 2015 earnings call today, Tim Cook revealed the first numbers for its new Apple News service saying that the app has around 40 million users since launching alongside iOS 9 in September.
We’ve no idea how they’re measuring that – but it still bears watching.
Ad-blockers are chewing their way up the iOS sales charts.
Some mainstream news sites are already on-board with Apple's new Apple News app on iOS.
A first look at Apple's news aggregator News in iOS9
This here humble blog is already up and running in Apple's new News reader app on iOS9.
Does the Android opportunity outweigh the development challenges?
The new version of Flickr's iOS app has seen the venerable photo site growing again.
Probably a forlorn hope, but I'd really like to see a more mature debate emerge amongst the mobile ecosystems.