Showing posts from September, 2017

Apple, Microsoft Working to Fix iOS 11 Mail App Issues With, Office 365 & Exchange Accounts

Apple says it is working closely with Microsoft to fix an issue that prevents, Office 365, and Exchange 2016 account holders from sending or replying to emails using Apple's native Mail app in iOS 11.

Apple published a support document on Tuesday, September 19 – the official launch date of iOS 11 – to acknowledge the issue affecting users of Microsoft email servers.

If you can't send an email with iOS 11 and an or Exchange mail account

You might see an error message that says "Cannot Send Mail. The message was rejected by the server."

If your email account is hosted by Microsoft on or Office 365, or an Exchange Server 2016 running on Windows Server 2016, you might see this error message when you try to send an email with iOS 11: "Cannot Send Mail. The message was rejected by the server." On Tuesday, Microsoft also published a support note, which states that Apple's Mail app in iOS 11 "is not compatib…

iOS 11 Update Now Available For iPhones And iPads

About a week ago Apple confirmed that the iOS 11 update would be released on the 19th of September, and sure enough it has. For those who own compatible iOS devices, you will be pleased to learn that the update will be available for download today, so you can wait for your iOS device to prompt you, or you can go to your phone's Settings -> General -> Software Update and try and pull it manually.
However if you don't see it yet, you might have to wait since we expect that the rollout to all the markets around the world could take a while, so maybe give it a couple of hours and try again, but regardless its availability is still set for today. iOS 11 is the latest iOS update for iPhones and iPads and is the successor to last year's iOS 10.
It will introduce a bunch of new features, such as a redesigned Control Center, a redesigned App Store, a new file manager (finally) that will allow iOS users to better manage their files, and there's even a new Do Not D…

iOS 11 Release Due For These Devices Tomorrow

The next major platform update for iOS is going to be released tomorrow. Apple unveiled iOS 11 earlier this year at its WWDC 2017 conference. The software has been in beta since then and developers have been testing it out. iOS 11 is finally going to be released and the firmware update will be rolling out to the following devices tomorrow.
Apple confirmed the iOS 11 release date at its iPhone event last week. The confirmation ended months of wait for the release date of the next major platform update of its mobile operating system.
Those who own an iPad Air, Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad mini 2, 3, and 4 as well as the iPod touch 6th generation will be able to update their devices to iOS 11 starting tomorrow. All iPhone models from the iPhone 5S and up are support and will receive iOS 11 tomorrow as well.
Apple is going to start rolling out iOS 11 over-the-air tomorrow. It's going to take a few hours for the update to go live for all users across the globe, and there are hundreds…

Apple's macOS High Sierra will launch on Sept. 25

The next version of Apple's desktop operating system, macOS High Sierra, will launch on Sept 25, Apple unveiled on Tuesday.
Originally announced during Apple's WWDC event in June and released as beta later that month, the new OS is more of a refinement than a revolutionary upgrade of Sierra.
SEE ALSO: The Mac Pro is getting a major do-over Still, High Sierra has a number of important improvements, including an all-new file system, improved graphics and VR support as well as support for the new H.265 video standard.
Other improvements include upgrade to Photos with a focus on editing, a revamped Safari with better privacy protection, smarter Siri, a new, Spotlight-friendly Mail and an expanded Sidebar. Check out all the improvements over at Apple's High Sierra site Read more...
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Apple Releases iTunes 12.7 With Major Changes, Including No Built-In App Store

In a day filled with surprises, Apple has shocked us once again with the release of iTunes 12.7, which entirely revamps the iTunes App. The new iTunes is designed to focus solely on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks, which means there is no built-in App Store.

The App Store has been entirely eliminated in iTunes 12.7, as has the ringtones section of iTunes. Internet Radio is now part of Music, and iTunes U has been folded into Podcasts, as Apple announced in late August.

Apps can now only be downloaded on an iOS device using an iOS device, and the same goes for ringtones. In addition to the removal of the App Store, today's update adds support for syncing iOS 11 devices and includes support for new Apple Music features that allow you to follow friends and see what they're listening to. The new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, and audiobooks. It adds support for syncing iOS 11 devices and includes new features for--

Apple Music. Now dis…

24 Things You Can Do in iOS 11 That You Couldn't Do Before

Image: Apple After months of build up and beta testing, the finished version of iOS 11 is out September 19, just a couple days ahead of the launch of the iPhone X. So what exactly can you do with it that's new? Here are the big new features you should get to know.
But first a quick note on compatibility: iOS 11 will only work on 64-bit devices, so that's an iPhone 5S or newer, a fifth generation iPad or newer, any iPad Pro, an iPad mini 2 or newer, or a sixth generation iPod. The iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPad 4 cannot be updated to take advantage of these features.
1) Get started more quickly The setup process has once again been streamlined in iOS 11 with the arrival of an Automatic Setup option. If you have another iOS 11 device lying around, you can hold it close to your new one to sync over preferences, passwords, iCloud settings, and more.
2) Find apps more easily Image: Apple The App Store was well overdue a revamp and it gets it with iOS 11: There aren't any bi…