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iOS 10.3.3 Released For The iPhone And iPad

Tyler Lee July 19, 2017

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you might be interested to learn that Apple has recently released a new update to the iOS 10 operating system. This latest update will bump your phone’s software up to iOS 10.3.3 and according to the changelog, it seems that this update will focus more on bug fixes and various improvements to your device.

The changelog reads, “iOS 10.3.3 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.” Given that this is a slight bump in version number, we don’t expect that there will be any major new features introduced. However despite the fact, it’s still probably a good idea to update your device anyway since getting new security updates is usually a good thing, especially with the spate of hackings that we’re seeing in recent times.

It is possible that iOS 10.3.3 will be latest update that we can expect from Apple as far as iOS 10 is concerned. iOS 11 was officially announced at WWDC 2017 earlier last month and will introduce some visual changes and a bunch of new features. iOS 11 is currently in beta and is expected to be launched this fall alongside the new iPhones, which is why like we said it seems more than likely that iOS 10.3.3 could be the last update to iOS 10 that users can expect before iOS 11.

iOS 10.3.3 Released For The iPhone And iPad , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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News: Apple showcases new emoji headed to iOS, watchOS, macOS later this year

Dan Pye July 17, 2017

Apple has released a sneak peek at the new emoji coming to iOS, macOS and watchOS later this year. The update includes more mundane changes like adding a sandwich to the food items and a bearded face alongside more socially conscious changes like a woman in a headscarf and a breastfeeding mother. A T-Rex has made his way into the animals section and zombies and elves will make their first appearance. To further celebrate World Emoji Day, the company…

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How to Turn Off Notifications on iPhone

Ankush Das July 17, 2017

The iPhone does have a mute switch if you do not want to be disturbed by notifications and incoming calls. It does not disable the notifications but just mutes them (the notifications may still appear). Maybe it is a festival day, and you cannot block all of your friends or mute them one by one to stop receiving notifications.

So, how to turn off notifications on iPhone? Do you want to block pop-up notifications or simply want to disable the badge counter? Whatever be the case, in this article we have covered everything you would want to know about turning off the notifications or badges on iPhone.

How to turn off all notifications of an specific App

disable all iphone notifications

Unfortunately, there isn’t a kill switch to stop all the notifications instantly. You only have the option to disable notifications by selecting a specific app of your choice. To do that, you need to follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Launch the Settings.
  2. Scroll down to find “Notifications” option. Tap on it to proceed.
  3. You will find a lot of applications listed. Among the list, tap on any of the apps you would like to turn off notifications completely. For instance, we need to disable all the notifications that pop up from Cymera app (as shown in the image above). We need to select it. And, then from the options available, tap on “Allow Notifications” (which should be enabled by default) to turn off all notifications from that specific app.

How to prevent notifications from showing up in the Notification Center

Suppose you want the notifications to pop up, but you do not want that to clog up in your notification center, then the steps mentioned below will help.

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down to encounter “Notifications” option. Tap on it to move forward.
  3. Now, select an app from the list of which you do not want the notifications to stay in the notification center. For instance, we chose twitter in the image above.
  4. You just have to tap on the option which says – “Show in Notification Centre” to disable it.

How to turn off notifications on the Lock Screen

Similar to the above methods, you cannot really turn off the notifications on the lock screen for all the apps in an instant. You will have to choose a preferred app (or multiple apps) to turn off the notifications to show up on the lock screen.

  1. Head into the Settings.
  2. Scroll down to encounter “Notifications” option. Tap on it to proceed.
  3. Now, select an app from the list of which you do not want the notifications to appear on the lock screen. For instance, we chose twitter in the image above.
  4. You just have to tap on the option which says – “Show on Lock Screen” to disable it.

How to turn off notification: disable Badge App Icons

The counter (indicating numbers) you see on the app icons if there are messages to be read or calls that you missed. It is exactly called as the badge app icons. If you disable it, you will not observe any kind of counter for that specified app.

To disable it, follow the steps mentioned below.

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down to encounter “Notifications” option. Tap on it to proceed.
  3. Now, select an app for which you want to disable the badge app icons.
  4. Finally, you just have to tap on the option which says – “Badge App Icon” to disable it.

How to turn off notification sounds on iPhone

You now know how to turn off the notifications visually. What about the alert sound? You might want the pop up to happen but without a sound notification. If you need to achieve the same, follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Head into the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down to encounter “Notifications” option. Tap on it to proceed.
  3. Select an app(s) for which you would want to turn off the sound alerts.
  4. Simply, tap on the option which says – “Sound.” It should be grayed out after you tap on it – meaning – it has been disabled.

Wrapping up

So, now you know how to turn off notifications on iPhone. As you must have observed, there isn’t a kill switch to instantly disable the notifications. According to your requirements, you will have to choose the way to turn off the notifications (either alert sounds or pop ups).

How do you prefer to turn off the notifications on iPhone? Do you simply turn off the sound? Or do you prevent the notifications from appearing on the lock screen?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

How to Turn Off Notifications on iPhone , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Apple’s Bug Bounty Program Payout Is Apparently Too Low

Tyler Lee July 6, 2017

Many tech companies rely on outside help like white hat hackers and developers to report bugs to them, and they are usually encouraged by offering up a bounty for bugs that are discovered in the form of money. The amount will range depending on the severity of the bug, but basically there is money to be made.

However it seems that Apple isn’t paying bug hunters enough to keep them properly motivated. In a report from Motherboard, it seems that Apple’s bug bounty program payout is too low where developers/hackers who discover iOS bugs would much rather keep the information to themselves and sell them to the gray market.

Speaking to Motherboard, Nikias Bassen who is a security researcher at Zimperium said, “People can get more cash if they sell their bugs to others. If you’re just doing it for the money, you’re not going to give [bugs] to Apple directly.” Patrick Wardle who was a former NSA hacker agreed with Bassen’s statement and said that iOS bugs are “too valuable” to report to Apple.

Apple’s bug bounty program was announced last August at the Black Hat security conference. This marked the first time that Apple has decided to officially reward hackers who report bugs to the company, but given these statements it seems that maybe the program isn’t really as cracked up as one might think, but hopefully Apple will work on improving it.

Apple’s Bug Bounty Program Payout Is Apparently Too Low , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Apple’s Bug Bounty Program Payout Is Apparently Too Low

Tyler Lee July 6, 2017

Many tech companies rely on outside help like white hat hackers and developers to report bugs to them, and they are usually encouraged by offering up a bounty for bugs that are discovered in the form of money. The amount will range depending on the severity of the bug, but basically there is money to be made.

However it seems that Apple isn’t paying bug hunters enough to keep them properly motivated. In a report from Motherboard, it seems that Apple’s bug bounty program payout is too low where developers/hackers who discover iOS bugs would much rather keep the information to themselves and sell them to the gray market.

Speaking to Motherboard, Nikias Bassen who is a security researcher at Zimperium said, “People can get more cash if they sell their bugs to others. If you’re just doing it for the money, you’re not going to give [bugs] to Apple directly.” Patrick Wardle who was a former NSA hacker agreed with Bassen’s statement and said that iOS bugs are “too valuable” to report to Apple.

Apple’s bug bounty program was announced last August at the Black Hat security conference. This marked the first time that Apple has decided to officially reward hackers who report bugs to the company, but given these statements it seems that maybe the program isn’t really as cracked up as one might think, but hopefully Apple will work on improving it.

Apple’s Bug Bounty Program Payout Is Apparently Too Low , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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News: Apple’s Greg Jozwiak reveals strong developer uptake in new ARKit tech

Jesse Hollington June 30, 2017

In an interview with The Australian, Greg “Joz” Jozwiak, Apple’s VP of iOS, iPad, and iPhone Product Marketing, provide some insights into Apple’s new ARKit technology that will be rolling out in iOS 10, describing the rapid uptake by iOS developers has been “unbelievable,” and describing some of the applications that he’s already seen rolling out for the new technology: “They’ve built everything from…

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News: Apple releases first iOS 11, tvOS 11 public betas, updates to developer betas

Dan Pye June 27, 2017

For those willing to accept the risks associated with installing a beta OS on your device, Apple has rolled out its first public iOS 11 and tvOS 11 betas. The iOS 11 update provides a greatly expanded and customizable Control Center, the ability to record what’s happening on your screen, a Maps app that includes indoor maps for airports and malls, and new HomeKit functionality, among other improvements. On iPad, iOS 11 provides a new dock and…

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Refurbished Apple Pencils Are Now Available For Purchase

Tyler Lee June 27, 2017

One of the key features of the iPad Pros is ironically enough the Apple Pencil, which at its core is essentially a stylus and an accessory that Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs once derided. However it has proved to be an incredibly useful and almost invaluable tool for those who use the iPad Pro for graphic design work.

At the same time the accessory does not come cheap at a price tag of $99, but the good news is that you can now save yourself some money if you don’t mind refurbished products. It has been spotted that Apple is now selling refurbished Apple Pencils, which basically means that these have been bought and returned by customers.

However they have also been looked over and fixed (if anything needs fixing) to ensure that it is in tip-top working condition before being sold. If you don’t mind something that was pre-owned, you’ll get to save yourself about $14 as the refurbished Apple Pencil is priced at $85. It’s not a whole sight cheaper compared to brand new, but if you’re on a budget, then why not?

Note that since this is a refurbished product, supply will be limited so you might want to hurry before it is sold out, so head on over to Apple’s website for the details and to make your purchase.

Refurbished Apple Pencils Are Now Available For Purchase , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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The Reason Why Apple Made The iPad

Tyler Lee June 26, 2017

When Apple first launched the iPad, many made fun of its name, but safe to say that Apple has had the last laugh as not only did the iPad help made regular folks want a tablet (whereas before it was seen as mostly an enterprise tool), but for many years Apple continued to dominate the tablet market and make tons of money off it.

However for those interested in a little history, did you know why Apple made the iPad? During an event held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, former Apple exec Scott Forstall revealed the reason behind the creation of the iPad, which on hindsight sounds a bit petty, but we’re sure Apple probably isn’t too fussed about the whys.

According to Forstall, “iPhone had a very circuitous route by itself. We’d been working on a tablet project, which has a really odd beginning. It began because Steve hated this guy at Microsoft.” This is in line with Walter Isaacson’s biography on Jobs in which he wrote,  “This dinner was like the tenth time he talked to me about it, and I was so sick of it that I came home and said, ‘F**k this, let’s show him what a tablet can really be’.”

It also turns out that the iPad was actually in the process of being made even before the iPhone was conceived, and it was only after Jobs and other Apple execs realized that phones could end up making iPods redundant (which they have) that they decided to work on a phone instead, where is where some of you guys might be familiar with the story of how Jobs had asked Forstall and Tony Fadell to each come up with an operating system that would work on a smaller device.

The Reason Why Apple Made The iPad , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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