After almost two years since the debut of the Spotify Apple Watch app, the service is finally testing streaming support with what looks like a random selection of users. more The post Spotify finally testing Apple Watch streaming support with some users appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Cisco has warned that an iOS 14 privacy feature can break some network setups used by corporations, schools, colleges, and retail chains. The potential problems result from the the fact that iPhone and iPads on the latest OS default to using a random MAC address when connecting to Wi-Fi networks more The post iOS 14 privacy feature breaks some enterprise, school, and retail setups appeared first on 9to5Mac.
If you‘ve updated to iOS 14, you can now change your default iOS browser to either Firefox or DuckDuckGo if you wish. Both browsers have been approved by Apple to take advantage of the new option to change your default web browser from Safari. (Google‘s Chrome had already been approved.) Both browsers claim that the switch will further boost your privacy protections more The post You can now change your default iOS browser to Fire
When Apple announced its Apple One service bundles, it immediately raised a query for many: those with different Apple IDs for iCloud and Apple Music. Would the system cope with that situation, allowing them to take advantage of the savings? Apple‘s longest-serving employee, Chris Espinosa, has just confirmed that this will be fine more The post Apple One copes with different Apple IDs for iCloud and Apple Music appeared first on 9to5Ma
Following the announcement of new Apple Watch models earlier this week, various retailers are now clearing out previous-generation models. Nike is takingover 100 off select Series 5 Nike+ listings, marking new all-time lows across the board. Amazon is also discounting standard Series 5 models by100 as part of its inventory clearout, as well. Free shipping is available for all. Series 5 offers an always-on Retina display, 30% larger screen than S
The sudden release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14 came as a shock to many people in the Apple IT community, but Jamf announced earlier today that they were ready to support the new software. Jamf will also be ready for macOS Big Sur is released later this fall. more The post Jamf announces zero-day support for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14 appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Safari 14 comes with macOS Big Sur, and it brings a refreshed design and new features like privacy reports, a built-in translator, and 4K HDR video support. While macOS Big Sur is not yet available, Apple today released Safari 14 as a standalone update with some of those new features for macOS Catalina and Mojave users. more The post Safari 14 is now available as a standalone update for macOS Catalina and Mojave users appeared first on 9to5Mac.