Apple File System will soon be updated with support for the company’s Fusion Drive technology. Details should be shared at Apple’s developer-only event scheduled to kick off June 4.
Apple’s now offering a $50 credit to any customer who paid for an out-of-warranty battery replacement for an iPhone 6 or later between Jan. 1, 2017 and Dec. 28, 2017. The credit is an extension of the company’s previously announced $29 battery replacement program, which launched last December.
Elevated heart rate when you’ve been inactive can indicate health issues. Thankfully, you can have your Apple Watch alert you as soon as its sensor detects higher-than-normal heart frequency. Here’s how to set up and use the Elevated Heart Rate feature in watchOS.
Launched today in the European Union and due globally by year-end, Apple’s new Data and Privacy portal lets you download an archive of your Apple ID data, update information Apple has on you, temporarily deactivate or permanently delete your Apple ID account, and more.
Apple is going to be providing a live stream of its WWDC keynote address this year. On Tuesday, the company added a new events page to its website with an invitation to “watch the keynote 6/4 at 10am PDT.”
Google Photos for iPhone and iPad will soon let you mark a photo as your favorite. Plus, as a cool bonus, you’ll be able to give some love to shared images by “hearting” them.
Clips 2.0.4 for iPhone and iPad packs in all-new soccer graphics ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, including an animated sticker, a label and poster with customizable text.
Instagram will soon prompt you a mid-feed alert to inform you that you’ve seen all new post from the past 48 hours. Instagram is currently testing this feature with a small number of users ahead of a wider roll-out.
Apple on Tuesday sent out invitations for its June 4 WWDC keynote. Select members of the media, along with developers and others, have been asked to join the Cupertino company for the keynote address of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, June 4, at 10:00am PST.
Instagram lets you personalize your experience to what matters to you the most by making it easy and simple to hide someone’s posts, Stories or both in your feed—without unfollowing their account. Here’s how to do just that.