It's likely the high-water mark for the current version of the software for iPhones and iPads as iOS 9 stands by for its first wave of downloads.
Apple wants you to add two more digits to your PIN code, increasing security of your iOS device.
Beta testing a new OS isn't for everyone; luckily you can go back to the official version of iOS. Here's what you need to know.
Not enjoying the iOS 9 public preview? CNET's Dan Graziano shows you how to get back to iOS 8.4.
Apple announced iOS 9 today with loads of new features and improvements. However, the biggest surprise is that the new version of the mobile operating system doesn't exclude any more existing devices than did its predecessor, iOS 8.
The latest version of Apple's mobile OS isn't yet gaining the traction that its predecessor did last year. Why might that be?
Allegedly already in the hands of mobile carriers for testing, the update would address glitches with the phone, keypad, and Safari, a source tells MacRumors.
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The new figure shows healthy growth from the 78 percent recorded at the end of 2013, according to Apple’s latest stats.
If you own a recent Apple device, you'll want to make the jump to iOS 9: Better battery life, improved native apps and multitasking prowess on the latest iPad make this upgrade a no-brainer.
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