Apple’s second iOS 13 and iPadOS betas are now available to registered developers. They come exactly two weeks after the first beta builds and should eliminate some of the teething troubles testers have experienced so far.
Apple is finally doing away with the App Store’s cellular download limit in iOS 13.
The cap was increased from 150MB to 200MB just last week, but as of this fall, you should have the option to ignore it altogether.
Apple has finally increased the App Store’s cellular download limit on the iPhone — but not by much.
You can now download up to 200MB over a 3G or 4G connection. The limit was previously set at 150MB. You will still need to connect to a Wi-Fi network to download larger apps and games.
Electronics Arts is giving away The Sims 4 for Mac and PC free of charge.
There’s is no catch; simply download the game from the company’s own Origin platform by May 28 and you’ll pay nothing. It’s yours to keep, saving you $40.
Safari AutoFill in macOS Mojave is about to get even more convenient, thanks to Touch ID support.
The first macOS 10.14.4 beta reveals you’ll be able to log into websites simply by scanning your fingerprint. This feature has long been available on iOS, but it will be a first for Mac.
Apple Music is about to get a big upgrade on Android.
A beta version of its next major update reveals Android Auto support is on the way. A number of other new features will also be added to bring the Android version of the app in line with its counterpart on iOS.
Take a trip down memory lane by loading up Windows 95 on your Mac. Play classic Solitaire and Minesweeper, and soak up the experience once enjoyed by nearly 70 percent of computer owners in the late ’90s.
It’s easier than ever, thanks to a new app built by Slack developer Felix Rieseberg.
Apple might have pulled its latest iOS 12 beta shortly after seeding it, but there are other updates for developers to get their hands on. A seventh beta release is now available for macOS Mojave, tvOS 12, and watchOS 5.
Epic Games has finally delivered its first Fortnite beta for Android.
Fans have been waiting to get their hands on the game since it made its debut on iOS back in March. You’ll need one of a handful of Samsung devices to download Fortnite today.
Fortnite Battle Royale will be exclusive to Samsung devices when it finally comes to Android, a new leak has confirmed.
The upcoming Galaxy Note 9 or a second Samsung device will be required to play the game initially. Even if you happen to obtain the Fortnite package for Android, it won’t run on your handset until Samsung’s exclusive deal comes to an end.
It’s not yet clear exactly how long that will last.