Apple Plans to Unveil iOS 5, iCloud at WWDC
Apple today announced that it will unveil a new version of the operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch at its WorldWide Developer Conference. Apple said the new system will be called iOS 5. Apple also said it plans to announce iCloud, what it called an "upcoming cloud service." Apple will reveal the features of these systems in full at the WWDC opening keynote, scheduled for 10AM Pacific time, on Monday, June 6.
First Look: Apple iOS 11
Apple debuted iOS 11 during the June 5 keynote of its annual developer conference. The refreshed mobile operating system is primed to hit iPhones and iPads later this year with improvements to the App Store, Apple Maps, the camera, Control Center, Files, keyboard, iMessage, Live Photos, Siri, screenshots, and much more.
Review: iOS 11
Apple's annual iPhone operating system upgrade is here. Beginning September 19, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners can download and install iOS 11, the latest mobile platform from Apple.
Liveblog: Apple WWDC 2015
Apple's annual developer conference kicks off today and lots of news is in store. The company is expected to show off iOS 9, as well as improvements to Mac OS X, and Apple Watch OS.
Apple Releases iOS 10.3 to Everyone
Apple today made iOS 10.3 available to the public after several months of beta testing. The most significant feature of iOS 10.3 is a tool called Find My AirPods, which helps people locate lost earbuds via an audio alert.