Got access to Apple’s developer program and want to check out the latest versions of iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma early? Here’s what you need to do.
Should you get the developer or public beta for the latest iOS, iPadOS, macOS, or watchOS release? Here’s the difference between the two.
If you’re running the iOS 17 beta, you need to use an IPSW file to revert to iOS 16. Here’s how to do it.
It’s tempting to install the iOS beta and start enjoying Apple’s newest features early. But here’s why you should hold off.
Here's how to install the iOS 17 beta on your iPhone to try the latest version early (and uninstall it if you don't like it).
You’ve probably already heard about the big changes to macOS Ventura, so here are all the smaller features you may have missed.
With Apple’s reveal of macOS Ventura, here are all the new features we’re most excited about.
Whether you missed WWDC22 or you’re just looking for a recap, here’s everything Apple announced at the event.
Apple has unveiled the latest iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS updates, so when can you download them and what devices will they support?
Did you know there's a hidden Feedback Assistant app installed on your iPhone, even when you aren't running beta software? Here's how to find it.
Apple's new Universal Control feature isn't ready in the macOS Monterey beta yet, but with a quick workaround, you can enable and try it now.
Test out the newest watchOS release before everyone else by installing the watchOS 8 beta on your Apple Watch.
Apple made changes to Safari in macOS Monterey. Here's what's new, and how you can try the revamped browser for yourself.