The date December 2 is crashing a lot of iPhones and iPads, but Apple has a fix

The date December 2 is crashing a lot of iPhones and iPads, but Apple has a fix

If you’ve woken up on Saturday, December 2 to find your iPhone or iPad randomly crashing, you’re not alone, as posts on Twitter and Reddit confirm. The problem centers on apps that use daily or repeat reminder settings, which apparently cause CPU use to spike before forcing a reset. Not ideal if you were planning to use your phone for something like making calls or idly browsing the internet today, but the good news is that

16GB iPads are history, you now get 32GB of storage for the same price

16GB iPads are history, you now get 32GB of storage for the same price

Apple may not have mentioned iPads at all during its event today, but that doesn’t mean nothing’s new with the company’s tablets. After finally killing off all 16GB iPhone versions (except in the iPhone SE for some reason), Apple has decided to do the same for its iPads. So from this point on there isn’t a single iPad version you can order with just 16GB of storage. The base models all get 32GB, and for the exact same price you needed

Apple Power Adapters for Select Mac Laptops and iPads were Recalled

Apple Power Adapters for Select Mac Laptops and iPads were Recalled

Apple has announced today that they are recalling AC wall plug adapters for its MacBook laptops and iPads in select countries. The issue stems from a design flaw that, if broken, causes the AC plug to pose a risk of electrical shock if touched. The adapters were shipped outside the U.S. from 2003 to 2015 and their total number should be rather huge. Nonetheless, the number of failures