iOS 9.3.1 bug lets anyone see iPhone’s photos and contacts using Siri

A longtime iOS expert has discovered a really easy way to view an iPhone’s photos as well as contact list without fingerprint or passcode through Siri.
First spotted by the Daily Dot, YouTube user Videosdebarraquito shows how to unlock the iPhone 6 and 6s Plus with some indirect talking and tapping and not a single passcode. You will be able to view the phone’s contact list and photo albums. Check the video,



Apple Releases Fourth Beta Of iOS 9.1 And Third tvOS Beta For Apple TV

243877-640Apple has released the fourth beta version of iOS 9.1 and third tvOS beta for new Apple TV. These are mainly released to developers for testing.

The fourth beta version of iOS 9.1 is released to fix bugs which appeared in 9.1. It also introduced some new features, such as, more emoji like taco, cheese wedges, middle finger, burrito, unicorn heads and many more. It also has new message option available at the app setting, which will allow users to disable contacts photos.

The latest Beta comes with four new wallpapers. The latest build is now available to developers as well as public beta testers. Both the operating system can be downloaded from Apple Developer Center and over the air update.

It is not known when iOS 9.1 will be available to the public. However, chances are that it might come in late October.

Download iOS 9.1 beta 4 Pre-release from here.

Deeper integration between Office documents and Outlook for iOS

Microsoft updated its Office for iOS such that Outlook for iOS opens Office documents sent as attachments directly in their respective apps.

Files sent as attachments in Outlook will open directly in Word, Excel or PowerPoint. This makes files ready for editing faster and more easily.

Open attachments right from Outlook

The text below the files indicates the app needed to open the file. If an Office app is not installed, Outlook opens the file in a simple viewer and provides a link to the App Store. (more…)

Windows Bridge for iOS is now open source

porting-ios-apps-to-windowsMicrosoft launched Windows 10 on July 29 and the news for over 14 million downloads in first 24 hours created buzz. After that the announcement of the Windows SDK and Office Mobile Apps excited users to try it. Today, Microsoft released Windows Bridge for iOS. iOS bridge is an open-source project under the MIT license that will make it easier for iOS developers to build and run apps on Windows.

The iOS bridge supports both Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 apps built for x86 and x64 processor architectures. In the future it will add compiler optimizations and support for ARM, which adds mobile support. (more…)