Apple Pulls, Patches, Re-Publishes iOS 9.3 for Some iPhones
Apple was forced to pull a build of iOS 9.3 for older iPhones after it was found to cause activation problems on the iPhone 5s, 5, 4s, and 4. "Updating some iOS devices to iOS 9.3 can require entering the Apple ID and password used to set up the device in order to complete the software update," explained Apple. "In some cases, if customers do not recall their password, their device will remain in an inactivated state until they can recover or reset their password." In response, Apple pulled the build of iOS 9.3 specific to these older iPhones. The company patched the problem and has made the update available once again. Customers who downloaded the faulty version and are experiencing authentication issues can work around them using steps spelled out on Apple's support site.
Review: Apple iOS 10
Apple's iOS 10 gives iPhones and iPads a healthy serving of new features. Some are easy to discover, while others are not.
Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 2 to Developers
Apple today made iOS 12 Beta 2 available to developers. This build focuses on resolving bugs and performance problems found in the first beta.
Apple Pushes iOS 11.3.1 to Resolve Display Issue
Apple has distributed iOS 11.3.1 to iPhones and iPads in order to solve a problem with third-party displays. In some instances, screens of the iPhone 8 repaired with non-Apple displays became unresponsive to the touch.
Apple Releases First iOS 12 Beta for Developers
Apple has made the first beta of iOS 12 available to registered developers. Those who write apps for Apple devices can download the update through Apple's developer console to iPhones and iPads.