It took nearly two months following the on-sale date for the iPhone XR, but Apple’s highly anticipated clear case for the colorful device is now available. We’re not entirely sure what the delay was in launching it, and it’s currently the only first-party case available for the iPhone XR, so we went hands-on with the new case to see how it stacks up.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Apple’s clear case is intended to show off the colorful rear shell of the iPhone XR, and it does a great job at that, with a crystal clear view of the phone itself all around. The case is a bit firmer than we expected based on our previous [...]
Google today announced that it is expediting the closure of its Google+ social platform, which was previously set to end in August 2019 and will now be shut down in April 2019.
The company explained that it’s doing this because of a discovery that 52.5 million users were impacted by a software update in November that contained a bug affecting Google+ API.
The bug appears to be connected to a certain Google+ API that let apps view information that users added to their profile, even if the user had set this data as private.
This included their name, email address, occupation, age, and more, but not financial data, passwords, or national identification [...]
Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming iOS 12.1.2 update to developers, five days after releasing iOS 12.1.1, an update that introduced a revamped FaceTime layout, re-added Live Photos for FaceTime, and brought Haptic Touch for notifications on iPhone XR.
Apple’s release notes state that iOS 12.1.2 „contains bug fixes and improvements,“ so this appears to be a minor update.
Registered developers can download the new iOS 12.1.2 beta from Apple’s Developer Center or over-the-air once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Developer Center.
We’ll update this post if we discover any notable [...]