• Apple no longer signing iOS 16.1 and iOS 16.1.1 ahead of iOS 16.2 launch

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    Following the release of iOS 16.1.2 on November 30, Apple has now stopped signing both iOS 16.1 and iOS 16.1.1. This means that iPhone and iPad users can no longer downgrade from iOS 16.1.2 or newer versions of the operating system.
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  • Kandji adds new device management capabilities including Declarative Device Management for passcode policies

    Kandji adds new device management capabilities including Declarative Device Management for passcode policies

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    Kandji has announced several new innovations to its Device Harmony platform. These new features aim to help businesses keep their Apple devices secure and productive, making it easier for them to manage and protect their devices.
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  • How to Use iOS 16's New Continuity Camera iPhone Webcam Feature on Your Mac

    How to Use iOS 16's New Continuity Camera iPhone Webcam Feature on Your Mac

    1 month ago - By Sweet Setup

    We all knew Apple's new Studio Display's front-facing camera was a potato the moment the early reviews hit. Not one of the early reviewers had good words to say about the camera, despite Apple even touting the camera's performance and Center Stage functionality.
    The debut of Continuity Camera in iOS 16 proves Apple knows about the Studio Display's potato camera as well.
    Now, instead of using the blurriest front-facing camera in any Mac product you can buy, you can use the iPhone's backside camera - one of the best smartphone cameras you can buy - to capture fantastic footage during Zoom...
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  • Apple Music Sing karaoke feature won't be compatible with all devices running iOS 16.2

    Apple Music Sing karaoke feature won't be compatible with all devices running iOS 16.2

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple this week announced a new feature called Apple Music Sing , which brings a karaoke experience to most songs available on the streaming platform. However, although Apple has said that the feature will be released soon for iPhone and iPad users with iOS 16.2, not every model will support it. Read on as we detail which devices are compatible with Apple Music Sing.
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