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New Apple videos explain how iOS 11 and its multi-tasking features work on the iPad

iOS 11, the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, is quite the game-changer for iPad owners. We wrote that the software effectively turns an iPad into a mobile computer through a num

New iOS 6.1 Security Flaw Grants Limited Access To Phone App, Photos, Email, Messages, FaceTime

With just a few quick steps, it's easy to open the phone app on any locked iPhone running iOS 6.1. From there a  person has full access to the photo library, can edit contacts, send emails, text

As Google Maps Humiliates Apple, The Silver Lining Is Millions Will Finally Upgrade To iOS 6

Apple is getting embarrassed right now as <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/12/12/take-that-apple-maps/">Google's new iOS Maps app</a> shoots to the top of the charts. But there is one upsid

Google Launches Native Maps For iOS, And Here’s The Deep Dive On Navigation, Info Sheets And More

As we hinted at time and time again, Google has released its native Maps app for iOS…before Christmas. The timing couldn’t come soon enough, as many people have become frustrated with the

Google Reportedly Readies Maps App For iOS As Eddy Cue Manages Apple’s Maps Improvements

Google is said to have distributed an external test version of its native maps app for iOS, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. Citing "a person with direct knowledge of the matter

iOS 6.0.1 Already Accounts For 7.5% Of iOS Traffic 24 Hours After Release

Apple's minor bug-zapping update for iOS 6, iOS 6.0.1, is already making up 7.5 percent of mobile web traffic as measured by ad network and analytics firm Chitika, just 24 hours after release. If you'

Apple Releases iOS 6.0.1 With Fixes For Keyboard, Wi-Fi, And OTA Updating For iPhone 5

iOS 6.0.1 arrives today ahead of the iPad mini, and it features some bug fixes that resolve issues around the famous horizontal lines appearing on the software keyboard bug, a camera flash issue, and

Tim Cook: Apple Has Sold 100M iPads In Just Two And A Half Years

Today, Tim Cook told us that Apple has sold over 100M iPads in just 2 and a half years of existence. That's pretty impressive and it's about to get bigger. But smaller...due to the iPad Mini that's a

Study: Europeans Quickest To Adopt iOS 6, Overall Updates Growth Continues

We've got some new and interesting numbers to share about iOS 6 adoption three weeks after launch, from a couple of different sources, both of which show users continue to update to the new mobile OS

Apple Agrees To License Iconic Swiss Federal Railways’ Clock Design Used In iOS 6

Late last month Apple was accused of copying the design of the iconic 1940s Swiss Railway Station Clock owned by SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) for the clock design used in iOS 6. Now Cupertino has agre

ChangeWave: Forget Maps, iPhone 5 Is Still A Major Attraction With Demand At ‘Record Rates’; WP 8 And Nokia Still Challenged

So much for all the <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/09/28/tim-cook-apologizes-for-apple-maps-points-to-competitive-alternatives/">Maps thunder</a> and <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/20

This Is Every Experience I’ve Ever Had With Apple’s iOS 6 Maps

I've not had great results when using <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/09/13/apple-maps-google-maps-ios-6-user-experience/">Apple's iOS 6 Maps app</a>, in fact, my fiancee has banned me from

Consumer Reports: iOS 6 Maps “Competent Enough”, iPhone 5 Ranked A Top Smartphone

It's official: the iOS 6 Mapgate saga is not another antennagate. Consumer Reports -- which famously said it could not recommend the iPhone 4 because of reception problems caused by the phone's wrap-a

After Early Boom, New Numbers Suggest iOS 6 Adoption May Be Reaching A Plateau

Apple's iOS 6 adoption got off to a quick start, but now, two weeks on, it looks like it may be evening out. New data from Chartboost today, covering the time between iOS 6's launch and Wednesday, sug

Report: Steve Jobs Came to “Loathe” Google For Withholding Turn-By-Turn From Google Maps On iOS

In a new piece today that cites multiple current and former Apple employees as sources, Bloomberg Businessweek asks the question of whether Apple's maps fiasco would've happened under Steve Jobs. The

5 Big Map App Issues Apple Must Solve

<strong>Editor's note: </strong><em>Grant Ritchie is the CEO and founder of <a target="_blank" href="http://www.locationary.com">Locationary</a></em><em>, which created the <a target="_blank" href="h

Apple’s Maps Is A Black Eye, Nothing More

<em><strong>Editor's Note:</strong> Jim Dalrymple is a former Editor at Large at Macworld, and contributing expert on Apple-related topics on CNN, Fox, CBS and ABC. You can follow Jim on Twitter at<a

Apple Adds A Clarifying Description To Its “Apps For Passbook” Page In The App Store

Apple has made a small but significant tweak to its App Store for iOS 6 users, changing the Apps for Passbook section of the store. Before, when you clicked through in Passbook the link that brings yo

Well Played On Maps, Apple. Your Move, Google.

This crazy game of poker continues between Apple and Google in what has been dubbed by some people as #mapsgate. Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook stepped out and apologized for the poor experience that its 1

Tim Cook Apologizes For Apple Maps, Points To Competitive Alternatives

Apple CEO Tim Cook has written an open letter on Apple's website, finally apologizing for the <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/09/26/the-apple-ios-6-maps-fiasco-clarified-in-3-minutes/">Maps
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