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iOS 11: how to find out which apps will die with Apple's next major update - The Guardian

Older apps are going to stop working once Apple turns off support for 32-bit applications, but a menu item in iOS tells users how affected they are. Alex Hern · @alexhern. Mon 3 Apr 2017 05.49 EDT Last modified on Mon 3 Apr 2017 05.59 EDT. Share on ...and more »

How to Identify Outdated Apps That Might Not Be Compatible With iOS 11 - Lifehacker

Apple added a few new things in the iOS 10.3 update, and one of those is a tool to identify 32-bit apps that may be rendered obsolete in the next version of iOS. Head to Settings > General > About and scroll down to Applications. If you can tap this ...and more »

iOS 10.3.1 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad - Ars Technica

iOS 10.3.1 is out. The release notes don't specify what it fixes that wasn't addressed in the wide-ranging iOS 10.3 update released just a week ago, but we do know that this new update includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.and more »

Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 with security fix, 32-bit support - VentureBeat

Apple today started rolling out iOS 10.3.1, a minor update to iOS 10.3, which became available to everyone last week. Today's update, which is numbered 14E304, appears to be small in size. For those who updated to iOS 10.3, this update will come out to ...and more »

How to use Find My AirPods in iOS 10.3 - Macworld

As of iOS 10.3, Apple's Find My iPhone app can also help locate your AirPods—under the right conditions, anyway. Since the AirPods connect to your iPhone with Bluetooth, if they're powered on and connected, you'll be able to see their location in the ...and more »

Apple pushes out iOS 10.3.1 update, fixing iPhone 5 & 5c OTA update issue [u] - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Apple on Monday made the surprise release of iOS 10.3.1, available for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches as an over-the-air update or when connected to iTunes via a Mac or Windows PC. [Updated with release notes]. In an unusual twist for Apple, ...and more »

Update your iPhone to avoid being hacked over Wi-Fi - Naked Security

It's only been five days since Apple's last security update for iOS, when dozens of serious security vulnerabilities were patched. As we mentioned last week, the recent iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 updates included numerous fixes dealing with “arbitrary ...and more »

A Single Song Can Hack Your iPhone -- Unless You Update To iOS 10.3 - Forbes

Next time someone sends a song to your iPhone, maybe consider if the sender is trustworthy. Apple killed two vulnerabilities with iOS 10.3 that allowed malicious code to run as soon as an audio file ran on its phones. An anonymous hacker working with ...and more »

Here's the truth about claims Apple is planning to render the iPhone 5 obsolete - The Sun

EXPERTS have claimed that Apple is about to cease support for older iPhones, making them totally redundant and potentially vulnerable to hack attack. However, The Sun Online believes rumours about the demise of this much-loved mobile have been ...and more »

Drive-by Wi-Fi i-Thing attack, oh my! - The Register

Apple hasn't provided much detail, but you don't want to ignore the latest iOS release – 10.3.1 – because it plugs a very nasty Wi-Fi vulnerability. Cupertino has rushed out the emergency patch because: “An attacker within range may be able to execute ...and more »