Twitter Acknowledges Bug Which Logs Out Users on iOS, Fix Coming Soon


Twitter for iOS is reportedly affected by a strange bug that logs users out of iOS 15. After several users reported this bug to Twitter, the microblogging platform said it would investigate. A large number of users on the platform have complained about being logged out of the app on multiple occasions as well. The bug is also said to affect all accounts that a user has signed in to through their iOS 15 device. According to a report by

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Apple delays digital driver’s license until 2022


San Francisco: Apple has reportedly delayed the rollout of a new feature that would allow users to add their driver’s licenses or IDs to the Wallet app on iPhones until early 2022. In an update to the official iOS 15 website, Apple said the functionality will now arrive sometime in early 2022. The company had previously planned to release it in late 2021, MacRumors reports. Apple announced at WWDC 2021 that it is working with several states across the country,

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How to Limit Ad Tracking From Apps and Services on iPhone: Steps to Follow


Ad tracking has helped companies grow their understanding of your behavior, including whether you can purchase new items and how you access a particular app or service. Once you are successfully tracked, marketers provide personalized and targeted ads to direct you towards their offers. Apple has attempted to address this nature of spying for companies around the world by providing a list of features that focus on privacy. You can use it to prevent apps and services from tracking ads

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Apple reportedly pushes OLED MacBook Pro plans past 2025


AppleInsider is supported by its audience and you may earn commission as an Amazon Partner and Affiliate Partner on eligible purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not affect our editorial content. A new report claims that Apple intends to introduce the MacBook Pro with OLED screens in 2025, but this model is now expected to be launched later. It was previously reported that Apple has canceled the OLED display of the iPad Air 2022 due to technical concerns. Similar concerns are

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Nvidia Stock Tops Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway as 7th-Largest U.S. Company


font size Nvidia shares have been in turmoil this year. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images nvidia Investors have every reason to celebrate. The leading maker of computer graphics processing units (GPU) debuts Wednesday as the seventh largest US company by market capitalization, after overtaking Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway For the first time, trading came to a close on Tuesday. nvidia (Indicator: NVDA) It rose 2.2% on Tuesday and is set for further gains Wednesday, up 1.4% in the pre-US market.

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The New MacBook Pro Has an Improvement You’ll Hope to Never Use


Apple’s latest MacBook Pro models have a host of new features, including the M1 Pro and M1 Max chipset, mini LED displays with ProMotion, an HDMI port, an SDXC card slot, fast charging with MagSafe 3, and more. As the first teardowns begin to be shared online, iFixit has revealed a previously unknown improvement with the new hardware. On the 14-inch MacBook Pro, iFixit explained that the device now features pull tabs for the battery cells, which the repair site

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iOS 15.1 Resulting in Unresponsive Interface for Some iPhone Users, Carries 2 ‘Zero-Day’ Vulnerabilities


iOS 15.1 has resulted in issues including an unresponsive user interface and erratic battery life for some iPhone users, according to a report. An iOS update was released last week to address some issues that appeared on previous iOS versions. It also introduced features including SharePlay support. Besides the issues some users are experiencing, a security researcher has claimed that the iOS 15.1 update includes two unpatched “zero-day” vulnerabilities even though they were reported to Apple a few months ago.

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