Apple Removes AirTag Battery Indicator in iOS 15.6

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With the release of iOS 15.6 earlier this week, Apple quietly removed the AirTag battery indicator in the Find My app. The feature, which would show user the relative battery life remaining on an AirTag when looking at a specific tag in the device is no longer available. Further, the Cupertino company has already removed it in the iOS 16 beta builds currently available to developers and public beta testers. If you aren’t familiar with …

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iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 Brought a Slew of Security Updates

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Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 to the general public. The update is available now through Settings>General>Software Updates on your iPhone or iPad. If you have been on the fence about updating, the laundry list of security updates that Apple has now published on the update which should prompt to you upgrade today. Apple normally publishes all of the security updates in security briefings shortly after an update to iOS, iPadOS …

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iOS 16 Preview – Multi-Stop Support in Apple Maps

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As I’ve shared in other preview articles about iOS 16, there are a lot of nice enhancements and improvements coming to your iPhone when it is released. Most of those features will also be on your iPad thanks to iPadOS 16. If there is one feature however that is coming in the update, it is an update to Apple Maps. Finally, after years of hoping it would arrive and be on par with Google Maps, …

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iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 Now Generally Available

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Just five days after releasing the second Release Candidate for the build, Apple has released iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 and they are generally available. You can check your iPhone or iPad for the update and install it. The update comes after just over a month of testing by both developers in the Apple Developer Program as well as those with enrolled devices in the public Apple Beta Program. The GA-build of 15.6 has the …

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iOS 16 Preview – Improved Timer Lock Screen Widget

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As I’ve shared in other iOS 16 preview articles, many of the changes coming in the next version of iOS are subtle, tweaking features or apps to make them a little more useful. Another great example of this is the Timer widget that will appear on the Lock Screen when you have a timer running in iOS 16. It is a dramatic improvement over iOS 15, making it far more visible and interactive without having …

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