Apple releases watchOS 8.4 with fixes for the Apple Watch

Apple has released watchOS 8.4 for the Apple Watch. Here’s how you can update right now!

What’s new in watchOS

January 26, 2022: Apple releases watchOS 8.4

The next version of watchOS 8 is here! watchOS 8.4 is now available to install on your Apple Watch and it comes with fixes for charging bugs that have affected some users.

December 13, 2021: Apple releases watchOS 8.3

The next version of watchOS 8 is here! watchOS 8.1.3 is now available to install on your Apple Watch and it comes with new features like support for the Apple Music Voice Plan, support for the App Privacy Report, and fixes issues with notification while using the mindfulness app.

November 18, 2021: Apple releases watchOS 8.1.1

The next version of watchOS 8 is here! watchOS 8.1.1 is now available to install on your Apple Watch and it fixes issues with the Apple Watch Series 7 charging. Previously, Apple stated that users were experie=cing slow charging times on the Series 7, and says that the 8.1.1 update sho…

Apple releases iOS 15.3 on iPhone with a fix for a scary Safari bug

Apple rolled out the latest iOS 15 update to iPhone on Monday. Just days after seeding the iOS 15.3 Release Candidate to developers and public beta testers, the final version has arrived. iOS 15.3 is now available, and as long as you have a supported iPhone, you can download it. iOS 15.3 is an even …

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Apple releases iOS 15.3 to the public with minor bug fixes and improvements

Apple has released iOS 15, the latest OS version for iPhone. Update now!

Apple has just released iOS 15.3 after having the release candidate for developers and public beta testers last week. This update is relatively minor, as it just features some bug fixes and improvements.

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What’s new in iOS

January 26, 2022: Apple releases iOS 15.3

Apple has just released iOS 15.3. The release is relatively minor, as it just includes bug fixes and improvements.

January 12, 2022: Apple releases iOS 15.2.1

Apple has just released iOS 15.2.1. This is a small update that fixes issues with Messages sent through an iCloud link that won’t load, as well as unresponsive third-party CarPlay apps.

December 13, 2021: Apple releases iOS 15.2 to the general public.

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iOS 15.3 is out now, and it fixes a nasty Safari bug

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Apple is releasing iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 for compatible devices today. It’s a fairly minor update, but it does come with an essential security fix to patch a nasty Safari browser flaw. Security researchers revealed earlier this month that websites could exploit a flaw in Apple’s Safari browser to access URLs visited recently by an iOS user and even obtain a Google user ID.

9to5Mac tested the iOS 15.3 release candidate that was released a few days ago and found it fixes this particular security problem. Apple’s quick fix will be useful for iOS and iPadOS users, as, unlike macOS, you can’t simply switch to another browser on iOS to avoid the security flaw. Apple allows third-party browsers on iOS, but they all have to use the same…

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How to take better night photos with the Pixel 6 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro, or digital camera

A moon set can make for dramatic photos of the night sky.

I always thought that taking a photo of the night sky meant mounting expensive cameras onto heavy telescopes and having extensive knowledge of the stars. But for the latest episode of my YouTube video series Full Frame, I flew 2,000 miles away from the big city lights of NYC to meet Bettymaya Foott, astrophotographer and director of engagement for the International Dark-Sky Association, who taught me how to capture incredible photos of the stars using cameras I already owned. What once seemed like a monumental task, involving deep knowledge of the cosmos, quickly turned into an incredibly peaceful but also incredibly cold night under the stars.

Here is everything I learned about capturing a great photo of the night sky:

Dark Place,…

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How to take better night photos with the Pixel 6 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro, or digital camera

A moon set can make for dramatic photos of the night sky.

I always thought that taking a photo of the night sky meant mounting expensive cameras onto heavy telescopes and having extensive knowledge of the stars. But for the latest episode of my YouTube video series Full Frame, I flew 2,000 miles away from the big city lights of NYC to meet Bettymaya Foott, astrophotographer and director of engagement for the International Dark-Sky Association, who taught me how to capture incredible photos of the stars using cameras I already owned. What once seemed like a monumental task, involving deep knowledge of the cosmos, quickly turned into an incredibly peaceful but also incredibly cold night under the stars.

Here is everything I learned about capturing a great photo of the night sky:

Dark Place,…

Continue reading…

How to take better night photos with the Pixel 6 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro, or digital camera

A moon set can make for dramatic photos of the night sky.

I always thought that taking a photo of the night sky meant mounting expensive cameras onto heavy telescopes and having extensive knowledge of the stars. But for the latest episode of my YouTube video series Full Frame, I flew 2,000 miles away from the big city lights of NYC to meet Bettymaya Foott, astrophotographer and director of engagement for the International Dark-Sky Association, who taught me how to capture incredible photos of the stars using cameras I already owned. What once seemed like a monumental task, involving deep knowledge of the cosmos, quickly turned into an incredibly peaceful but also incredibly cold night under the stars.

Here is everything I learned about capturing a great photo of the night sky:

Dark Place,…

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