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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Netflix Games rolls out for Apple iPhone and iPad users across the world


Netflix games will now start rolling out to Apple iPhone and iPad users around the world. Netflix got into the gaming sector a few days ago starting with only Android devices. Now, the US-based streaming platform has said that the games will be available for iOS users as well. Netflix launched the games on November 2 with five mobile games: Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games),

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Apple debuts first standalone original podcast, the true crime series ‘Hooked’


Apple today launched its first independent original podcast series, Hooked. All previous Apple podcasts have been linked to Apple TV+ features (such as The Line). Unless Apple announces TV+ connectivity in the future, Hooked is a standalone audio series. Hooked is a true crime podcast about the true story of Tony Hathaway, whose opiate addition led him to undo a career in bank robbery. The show is available for free within the Apple Podcasts app. Hooked is hosted by journalist

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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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Apple iOS 15.1 might contain two ‘zero-day’ vulnerabilities, security researcher claims


Apple users have encountered a lot of issues with the latest iOS versions. The latest iOS 15 versions didn’t get off to a good start with various issues related to battery drain, system functions not working properly, slowdowns and more. Another major security issue has been fixed in iOS 15.0.2 called CVE – 2021 – 30883, which may have been used by bad actors to exploit IOMobileFrameBuffer, a memory resource. Now, the latest iOS version, iOS 15.1, also results in

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Apple shipped 6.5 million laptops in Q3 2021 thanks to MacBook Air


Apple has been having such a good time with its Mac lineup that the company began switching from Intel processors to more powerful Apple Silicon chips last year. Speaking specifically of MacBooks, the company shipped 6.5 million laptops in the third quarter of 2021 — and according to Strategy Analytics, MacBook Air was responsible for increasing that number. Estimates from research firm Apple put it as the fourth largest seller of laptops in the world with 10% market share. The

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Apple execs go in-depth on new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips in ‘Upgrade’ podcast interview


The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips inside the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models have proven to impress reviewers and consumers alike. Apple CEOs Tim Millet and Tom Boger recently joined the Relay FM Upgrade podcast to talk in depth about the new chips, the state of the Apple SIlicon transition, and more. Millet is Apple’s vice president of platform engineering, while Boger is the company’s vice president of Mac and iPad product marketing. During the interview, Boger

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Apple plans to roll out car crash detection feature: WSJ's Rolfe Winkler – CNBC Television


Apple plans to introduce a car crash detection feature: WSJ’s Rolfe WinklerCNBC TV .

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Apple stops signing iOS 15.0.2, blocking downgrades from iOS 15.1


A month ago, Apple stopped signing the first public release of iOS 15, and by mid-October, iOS 15.0.1. Now the company has just stopped signing iOS 15.0.2, which means that users who have updated their devices to iOS 15.1 can no longer downgrade to iOS 15.0.2. iOS 15.0.2 was released to users on October 11 with fixes for AirTags that might not show up in Find My Items tab, iPhone leather wallet with MagSafe that might not connect to the

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LG Smart TV owners to get 3-month free trial of Apple TV+


LG Smart TV owners will soon be able to get a three-month free trial of Apple TV +. Apple and LG offer a free trial to those who have purchased compatible TVs since 2016… The company announced the offer today. Starting November 15, owners of LG smart TVs in more than eighty countries will be able to enjoy Apple TV+ for free for the first three months. This promotion is valid on all compatible LG Smart TV 2016-2021, 8K and

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