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As expected, a quick fix comes before iOS 11.2.
For now, you'll still have to use a text replacement trick to fix the problem.
Livestreaming on Apple devices isn't just for YouTube Gaming anymore.
Say goodbye to the tiny music makers of 2005.
Update has been in beta testing since late March, when iOS 10.3 was released.
Once you've changed your Apple/iCloud password you may find it keeps disappearing from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Here's how to bring it back for good.
New update is likely to be iOS 10's last hurrah.
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Get patching now Apple has distributed a fresh round of security updates to address remote-code execution holes in iOS, macOS, Safari, and the firmware for Apple Watch and AppleTV. Miscreants who exploit these flaws can take over the vulnerable device – all a victim has to do is open a JPEG or PDF file booby-trapped with malicious code, so get patching before you're caught out.

Check for software The fixes come just days before the Cupertino developer of TextEdit is set to hold a special event to introduce a (presumed) refresh of its Mac product line and potentially new iPad tablets. For those running iOS, the 10.1 release includes updates to address 12 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in the firmware for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Those flaws include a remote code execution flaw in the handling of JPEG images (CVE-2016-4673), a remote code execution bug in WebKit (CVE-2016-4677), local code execution flaws, and a vulnerability in contacts (CVE-2016-4686) that would let an application pull Address Book details even when access has been revoked. For macOS Sierra (10.12.1), the update brings fixes for 16 CVE-listed vulnerabilities.

Those include the CVE-2016-4673 image-handling bug as well as remote code execution flaws that could be triggered by font files (CVE-2016-4667) and PDF files (CVE-2016-4671).

Also released was a fix for a denial of service error in Nvidia graphics card drivers (CVE-2016-4663) and a bug that exposed the length of user passwords (CVE-2016-4670). Included among the latest fixes for iOS and macOS was CVE-2016-4635, a remote audio eavesdropping vulnerability for FaceTime that Apple had previously attempted to remedy in older versions of iOS and OS X. Apple did not say whether the flaw was exposed in iOS 10.1 and macOS Sierra, or if the fix was an update to an already-installed security measure. For those running the Safari browser on Sierra and older versions of OS X, Apple has produced patches to address a trio of WebKit flaws that can allow web pages or applications to achieve remote code execution (CVE-2016-4666, CVE-2016-4677) and pull location information (CVE-2016-4676). Meanwhile, Apple Watch users are advised to update their arm candy to watchOS 3.1 to get fixes for eight CVE-listed flaws, including two flaws in sandbox profiles (CVE-2016-4664, CVE-2016-4665) that allow third-party applications to view image libraries and sound files without permission. The AppleTV will also get an update for 10 flaws, including the sandbox profiles flaws (CVE-2016-4664, CVE-2016-4665), the WebKit remote code execution bug (CVE-2016-4677), and the CoreGraphics JPEG bug (CVE-2016-4673) patched in other Apple products. ®
Enlarge / The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and the sixth-generation iPod Touch were all introduced in Q4.Andrew Cunningham reader comments 58 Share this story A non-practicing entity called MobileMedia Ideas LLC won a patent lawsuit against Apple today, with a Delaware federal jury finding that Apple should pay $3 million (£2.3 million) for infringing MobileMedia's patent RE39,231, which relates to ring-silencing features on mobile phones. MobileMedia is an unusual example of the kind of pure patent-licensing entity often derided as a "patent troll." It is majority-owned by MPEG-LA, a patent pool that licenses common digital video technologies like H-264, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4. Minority stakes in MobileMedia are owned by Sony and Nokia, which both contributed the patents owned by the company. MobileMedia also has the same CEO as MPEG-LA, Larry Horn. The report of the verdict comes from legal newswire Law360.

The verdict form wasn't immediately available from PACER, the federal courts database. A $3 million verdict is hardly going to make an impact on Apple, and it doesn't represent a huge win for MobileMedia, which was reportedly seeking $18 million in royalties from the trial.
Still, getting a verdict in its favor does represent some validation of MobileMedia's business model, which was a striking example of technology corporations using the "patent troll" business model as a kind of proxy war. Nokia and Sony were able to use MobileMedia and the licensing talent at MPEG-LA to wage a patent attack on Apple without engaging directly in court. The battle ended up being a long one, as MobileMedia first filed the case in 2010.
It went to trial in 2012, and the jury found that Apple infringed three patents.

After reviewing post-trial motions, the judge knocked out some, but not all, of the infringed patent claims.

Then came an appeal in which a panel of Federal Circuit judges upheld (PDF) some of the lower court's judges and overturned others. In all, after years of back-and-forth, the ring-silencing patent was the one that MobileMedia had left. While Apple didn't win the case against one of the first "corporate trolls," it was able to severely pare down the scale of the attack and show that it's willing to fight a long legal war of attrition to make its point. The battle is likely not over, either. Most high-stakes tech patent cases are appealed to the Federal Circuit these days, and there's no reason to think that won't happen here. MobileMedia didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on its win. A small taste of what happened at trial can be gleaned from a Law360 report covering opening arguments on September 12. MobileMedia's attorney told the jury that the case was about “Sony’s invention from 1994 that is still being used." Apple's lawyer responded that Sony "never said one word to Apple" when the patent was in its hands.
I recently started a new job, which I love. However, since I’m working for a San Francisco startup, of course my work computer is a MacBook Pro. Most people would be very happy about that.

But I’ve been using Linux as my primary desktop platform since, like, 2008, so a Mac is an adjustment for me.

There are worse possibilities -- at least I don’t have to deal with Outlook or Windows.

Also, there are plenty of people to help me with this painful transition. My ripe relationship with Apple I've had Macs in the past. When I worked for another startup, JBoss, I was the sole PowerBook person. At the time, in the dark ages of the early part of this millennium, I was traveling around the world giving presentations. Most of humanity, having freshly crawled out of caves, used those awful video projectors instead of big-screen TVs.

At the time the PowerBook connected to more of those items than Windows did. (You don’t want to know what you had to do for Linux’s X Windows to connect.) Yet far from being one of the contented masses, I always had Apple-specific issues.

The company decided to hold all Java developers hostage for an OS upgrade right when I needed the new JDK most.

The power coupling used to rip out of the motherboard because it was near a modem, which created a weak point in the case. Later Apple moved the weak point to the CD drive, which was under my wrist while typing, so the drive would jam. Then there were the batteries that swelled up and broke the keyboard.

There were screens that had lots of dead pixels and bright spots that annoyed me, not to mention the power cord that kept shorting out, which had to be replaced for $85. Apple’s response each time was that it was somehow my fault.

Eventually, I’d end up buying a new laptop -- before the bad press would make Apple fix the flaw for the more patient people. My annoyance grew.

Finally, the last straw: That infernal “beg for attention” format of the Apple Store and the “pay to not stand around all day when the hardware is borked” AppleCare fee. I went back to Dell and my beloved Linux.

The laptop isn't as shiny, but Dell comes to you when it breaks. Me and my Apple ID Anyhow, I’m back in Mac.

Central to Apple’s surveillance of me is the Apple ID.

This is my identity to FaceTime, Find My Mac, and all of the tools I use to interact with the new center of my computing existence, Apple.

Google used to be my center. Now I must pray to the ghost of Steve Jobs and kiss the feet of his successor, who has blocked me on Twitter. I tried using my email address with my new work computer.
I didn’t remember the password I used back then. No problem, I could use email validation or my birthday.
I tried my birthday because it's faster, but it didn’t work -- odd, but maybe I fat-fingered it or my ex-wife put in her birthday at some point. No matter, I used email verification and changed the password. Apple and various software on my new Mac kept calling me a female name.
I thought that was odd, so I logged in to appleid.apple.com and figured I’d change my birthday. Now it wanted to verify my favorite elementary school teacher’s name and favorite band in high school.
I wouldn’t have picked either of those because, duh, I reference music in my blog too much.
I was also a terrible student, preferring the library to the classroom and asking too many questions.

Apple rejected both. I called Apple support.

There, I talked to J, who was incredibly helpful and did everything he possibly could with the broken system, but I was at the mercy of a certain "A" from Canada. We tried to change the security questions, but those sent a verification code to “A***’s iPod Touch.” After a few other attempts, we determined this wasn’t actually my Apple ID account. As it turns out, I still had an Apple ID from a time before Apple demanded email addresses. Unfortunately, four years ago, when Apple began asking for them, you didn’t need to verify the email address.
So a young lady ("A," as noted above) with the same last name as me and a different first name used my Gmail address as her Apple ID but didn’t validate it. Apple Support and I tried several different ways to let me recover my email address, but finally, I found A’s number on her Apple ID account and texted her.
Someone else answered and promised to ask A to look into this.

This took four hours.

Apple kindly offered me free accessories once we were done. Invalidated credentials Apple’s often lauded security has been evolutionary -- and often a series of “oops, we’ll fix that” moves. Unfortunately, this goes to show you that failing to follow basic security patterns (like, is this really your email address?) allowed another person to inadvertently compromise my security. When Apple “fixed” the problem, it still had an unvalidated credential it had grandfathered in.

This allowed me to compromise A’s security.
In this case, no one was malicious.

But I don’t want to deal with yet another email address. What Apple should have done was to treat everyone’s not-yet-validated Apple ID email addresses as suspect -- and made people validate them or change them to a validated address.

An unvalidated credential is an unvalidated credential. Which brings us to the moral of our story: Validate credentials! (Also: Linux is easier to use than iOS, and Google is my preferred surveillance and security authority.) If a credential proves invalid, don’t simply change the process, invalidate the credential, and force it to be validated before it's used or even associated.

Failing to do this not only compromises the security of the person with the invalid credential but possibly the security of the person it belongs to as well.
IOS 9.3.4 iOS 9.3.4 provides an important security update for your iPhone or iPad and is recommended for all users.   For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222 IOS 9.3.3 iOS 9.3.3 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.   For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222   iOS 9.3.2   iOS 9.3.2 fixes bugs and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.

This update:   Fixes an issue where some Bluetooth accessories could experience audio quality issues when paired to the iPhone SE Fixes an issue where looking up dictionary definitions could fail Addresses an issue that prevented typing email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages Fixes an issue for VoiceOver users using the Alex voice, where the device switches to a different voice to announce punctuation or spaces Fixes an issue that prevented MDM servers from installing Custom B2B apps   For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222 iOS 9.3.1 Fixes an issue that caused apps to be unresponsive after tapping on links in Safari and other apps For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 iOS 9.3 With this update your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch gain improvements to Notes, News, Health, Apple Music and a new feature called Night Shift that may even help you get a better night’s sleep by shifting the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum at night. New features, improvements, and bug fixes include:   Night ShiftWhen enabled, Night Shift uses your iOS device’s clock and geolocation to determine when it’s sunset in your location, then it automatically shifts the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum and may even help you get a better night’s sleep. Notes improvements Protect notes that contain your most personal data with Touch ID or a passcode Sort notes alphabetically, by date created, or by date edited When sketching, quickly bring up a fresh canvas with a two finger swipe, or by tapping the New Sketch button A new checklist button at the bottom of every note makes it easier to create lists Show thumbnails instead of large images and attachments by long-pressing on any image or attachment in a note Choose whether photos and videos taken within Notes are stored only in Notes, or also added to Photos Long-press on an Evernote Export file to import its contents into Notes News improvements New Top Stories section in For You highlights the most important stories of the day Discover something great to read in Editors' Picks, a selection of channels and topics handpicked by our Apple News editors Swipe left on stories in For You on iPhone to quickly share or save or swipe right for more options Play video stories right from For You — without opening the article Read stories and watch videos in landscape orientation on iPhone Change the text size in articles to make reading easier Health improvements Related third-party apps for select data types such as weight, workouts and sleep are displayed in the Health app Health dashboard adds support for move, exercise, and stand Activity data and goals from Apple Watch Easy access to Dashboard and Medical ID using 3D Touch Quick Actions from the Home screen Third-party apps now have access to Activity rings and summaries from Apple Watch through HealthKit Apple Music improvements Add songs from the Apple Music catalog to playlists without having to add them to your library Watch music videos on iPad in full screen See what’s playing on Beats 1 directly from the Radio tab — without having to tune in Tap the name of the currently playing song in Now Playing to go to the album See which songs are most popular on albums in the Apple Music catalog Photos improvements Extract the still image from a Live Photo by tapping Duplicate which will give you the option to duplicate the Live Photo, or just the still image Improved download performance of full size original photos or videos stored in iCloud Photo Library Share Live Photos between iOS and OS X through AirDrop and Messages iBooks improvements Adds the ability for iBooks to store your PDFs in iCloud, making them available across all of your devices Adds support for downloading previously purchased audiobooks from the iBooks Store Adds the ability to share your audiobook purchases with any of your family members using Family Sharing New controls for reading Manga more comfortably with faster page turns and simple controls for enlarging text Adds Apple Pencil support to highlight and save your favorite passages for later Education improvements Introduces a preview of Shared iPad that enables multiple students to use the same iPad at different times throughout the day Adds support for signing into iCloud with Managed Apple IDs Adds compatibility for the new Classroom app New configuration options to control the organization of apps on the Home Screen New controls to determine which apps to show or hide on the Home Screen Adds support for new restrictions for iCloud Photo Library and Apple Music CarPlay improvements Apple Music members now have access to their For You and New content in CarPlay New Nearby screen in Maps to quickly find Gas, Parking, Restaurants, Coffee, and other driving essentials Siri speaks more concisely when reading back and composing messages in CarPlay Equalized sound levels between different audio sources in CarPlay Dolby Digital Plus Adds support for playing video encoded with Dolby Digital Plus audio streams with support for multichannel output using the Apple Lightning Digital AV Adapter Hardware keyboard improvements and fixes Enables the use of arrow keys to navigate through lists in Spotlight, Mail and Safari Enables the use of space bar to scroll in Mail Improves performance when using the space bar to scroll in Safari Adds the ability to bring up the software keyboard from the Shortcut Bar when a hardware keyboard is connected Fixes an issue that could prevent unlocking an iPad using the hardware keyboard Fixes an issue that caused hardware keyboards to become unresponsive in captive login pages Fixes an issue that could cause the Messages input field to disappear behind the Shortcut Bar when connected to a hardware keyboard Other improvements Maps adds support for getting a highlighted view of destinations and stops for a specific transit line by tapping on it Maps now displays whether there are multiple transit line options for each route suggestion Wallet app adds the ability to view the app related to a card or pass in the Wallet app by tapping an icon on the card or pass Apple Pay adds support for signing up for store rewards programs with Apple Pay at point of sale terminal Podcasts adds support for fullscreen video playback Activity app adds a new Workout tab with monthly summaries of key metrics and the ability to filter by workout type Move to iOS now offers app suggestions from the App Store based on apps installed on your Android device iCloud Storage adds proactive status information and in-app notifications to let you know before you run out of space Two-factor authentication is now available for all iCloud accounts Support for Spanish (Latin America) system language Siri support for Finnish (Finland), Hebrew (Israel), and Malay (Malaysia) Enterprise bug fixes Resolves an issue that could prevent some VPP purchased apps from launching after being updated Adds iCloud backup support for device-assigned VPP apps Addresses an issue that could prevent certificates from installing correctly when updating configuration profiles Fixes an issue for some IPSec VPN configurations that could cause the internet connection to be interrupted after a VPN session was ended Fixes an issue to prevent iBooks from emailing enterprise managed PDFs from unmanaged accounts Resolves an issue for some Exchange users that caused Calendar to send multiple responses to the same invitation Improves reliability for devices connecting to OS X Caching Server Accessibility bug fixes Improves 3D Touch reliability with Switch Control Accessibility option Fixes an issue where VoiceOver interferes with speech after dictation Fixes an issue where VoiceOver users could not write a review on the App Store Resolves an issue where VoiceOver becomes unresponsive when receiving a phone call with a Bluetooth headset Fixes an issue where large text was unreadable in Reminders Other bug fixes, performance and stability improvements Fixes an issue where manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier could prevent your iOS device from turning on after a restart Fixes issues that could prevent some iCloud Backups from completing Fixes an issue for some users where Health data was incomplete after restoring from iCloud Backup Fixes an issue where an inaccurate battery percentage could be displayed Addresses an issue that prevented iMessage or FaceTime activation for some users Addresses an issue that could prevent displaying the Phone interface while receiving a call Fixes an issue that enabled overriding restrictions applied to cellular data toggle Fixes an issue that caused notification settings to appear in the Watch app for apps that were not installed on Apple Watch Improves reliability when using 3D Touch on the keyboard Improves stability of the Phone app when setting up voicemail Improves stability of the Mail app when your device is low on storage Improves stability in Mail while using Mail Drop to send large attachments   Some features may not be available for all countries or all areas, for more information visit: http://www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability  http://www.apple.com/ios/whats-new  ​For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:  http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 iOS 9.2.1 This update contains security updates and bug fixes including a fix for an issue that could prevent the completion of app installation when using an MDM server. For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/HT201222 iOS 9.2 Apple Music improvements You can now create a new playlist when adding a song to a playlist Your most recently changed playlist is now listed at the top when adding songs to playlists Download albums or playlists from your iCloud Music Library by tapping the iCloud download button See which songs have been downloaded with the new download indicator next to each song in My Music and Playlists See works, composers, and performers while browsing Classical music in the Apple Music catalog A new Top Stories section in News so you can stay up to date with the most important news of the day (available in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia) Mail Drop in Mail for sending large attachments iBooks now supports 3D Touch to peek and pop pages from the table of contents, your notes and bookmarks, or from search results inside a book iBooks now supports listening to an audiobook while you browse your library, read other books, or explore the iBooks Store iPhone support for the USB Camera Adapter to import photos and videos Improved stability of Safari Improved stability of Podcasts Fixing an issue that caused mail attachments to be inaccessible for some users with POP email accounts Resolving an issue for some users that caused attachments to overlap text in mail Fixing an issue where Live Photos could have turned off after restoring from a previous iCloud backup Addressing an issue that could cause search in Contacts to display no results Resolving an issue that could have prevented Calendar from displaying all seven days in week view Fixing an issue where Camera screen on iPad could be black when attempting to capture video Addressing an issue that could cause instability in the Activity app when viewing the day of Daylight Savings Time transition Fixing an issue that could prevent data from appearing in Health Fixing an issue that could prevent Wallet updates and Lock screen alerts from displaying Addressing an issue where updating iOS could prevent an alarm from going off Fixing an issue where some users were unable to log in to Find my iPhone Fixing an issue that prevented some manual iCloud Backups from completing Addressing an issue where using the iPad keyboard could unintentionally trigger text selection mode Improved keyboard responsiveness when using Quick Reply Improved punctuation input on the 10-key Chinese (Pinyin & Stroke) keyboards with new expanded view of punctuation symbols and better predictions Fixing an issue on Cyrillic keyboards where caps lock would be enabled when typing in URL or email fields Accessibility improvements Fixing issues with VoiceOver when using Camera face detection  Adding support for VoiceOver to wake up the screen Adding support for VoiceOver to invoke app switcher with 3D Touch gesture Fixing an issue with Guided Access when trying to end phone calls Improved functionality for Switch Control users when using 3D Touch Fixing an issue with speech rate of Speak Screen Siri support for Arabic (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates)  For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/HT201222 iOS 9.1 This release includes new features, improvements and bug fixes, including: Live Photos now intelligently senses when you raise or lower your iPhone, so that Live Photos will automatically not record these movements  Over 150 new emoji characters with full support for Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 emojis  Improved stability including CarPlay, Music, Photos, Safari, and Search  Improved performance while in Multitasking UI  Fixes an issue that could cause Calendar to become unresponsive in Month view  Fixes an issue that prevented Game Center from launching for some users  Resolves an issue that zoomed the content of some apps  Resolves an issue that could cause an incorrect unread mail count for POP mail accounts  Fixes an issue that prevented users from removing recent contacts from new mail or messages  Fixes an issue that caused some messages to not appear in Mail search results  Resolves an issue that left a gray bar in the body of an Audio Message  Fixes an issue that caused activation errors on some carriers  Fixes an issue that prevented some apps from updating from the App Store  For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:       http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 iOS 9.0.2 This update contains bug fixes and improvements including: Fixes an issue with the setting to turn on or off app cellular data usage Resolves an issue that prevented iMessage activation for some users Resolves an issue where an iCloud Backup could be interrupted after starting a manual backup Fixes an issue where the screen could incorrectly rotate when receiving notifications Improves the stability of Podcasts For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 iOS 9.0.1 This update contains bug fixes including: Fixes an issue where some users could not complete setup assistant after updating Fixes an issue where sometimes alarms and timers could fail to play Fixes an issue in Safari and Photos where pausing video could cause the paused frame to appear distorted Fixes an issue where some users with a custom APN setup via a profile would lose cellular data For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 iOS 9.0 With this update your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch become more intelligent and proactive with powerful search and improved Siri features. New multitasking features for iPad allow you to work with two apps simultaneously, side-by-side or with the new Picture-in-Picture feature.

And, built-in apps become more powerful with detailed transit information in Maps, a redesigned Notes app, and an all-new News app.

And improvements at the foundation of the operating system enhance performance, improve security and give you up to an hour of extra battery life. Intelligence Proactive assistance Presents relevant information even before you start typing Notifies you when you need to leave for appointments using traffic conditions Learns what you listen to in a certain location or at a particular time of day and can automatically display playback controls for your preferred music and audio apps  Suggested events and contact details are added to apps based on information found in Mail Siri improvements Search your personal photos and videos based on dates, locations and album names Ask Siri to remind you about things you’re looking at in your apps, including Safari, Mail, Notes and Messages Request directions via public transit  Spotlight search improvements Get sports scores, weather conditions and stock prices Simple math calculations and conversions Initiate messages, phone calls and FaceTime calls from contact search results New iPad Features Slide Over Quickly use a second app without leaving the one you’re in Easily switch between Slide Over apps Support for Apple apps and enabled third party apps Split View View and interact with two apps at once Ability to resize your view to give equal attention to both apps or prioritize one app over another Support for Apple apps and enabled third party apps Picture in picture Continue watching a video while using your favorite apps Support for Safari video, FaceTime, Videos and Podcasts and enabled third party apps QuickType improvements  Multi-Touch gestures for easier text selection on iPad  Quick access to text editing tools with Shortcut Bar on iPad  Support for hardware keyboard shortcuts  Support for all Unicode emoji flags Built-in Apps Map improvements Support for public transit lines, station details with exits and entrances, schedules and directions in select major cities Browse for places around you by category, including Food, Drinks, Shopping, Fun and more  Apple Pay support is indicated on place cards at participating retail locations Place cards include Wikipedia information for landmarks and cities Redesigned Notes app Add photos to your notes with the built-in camera or from your Photo Library Create useful checklists and check off completed items with a tap Sketch a quick thought using just your finger Save interesting items directly from other apps using the Share menu All-new News app Read your favorite newspapers, magazines, and blogs, or choose from over a million topics Beautiful typography and layouts, photo galleries, videos, animations, and more Browse articles that are chosen based on your interests in For You.

Find channel and topic recommendations in Explore. News gets more personalized the more you read Easily share articles with friends or save them to read later — even when you’re offline Mail improvements Search improvements help you quickly find what you're looking for by filtering results based on sender, recipient, subject or a combination of options Support for Markup lets you annotate an image or PDF attachment with text, shapes and even your signature, then send it back — without leaving Mail Easily save the attachments you receive or add files from iCloud Drive or other document providers while composing a new message Apple Pay and Wallet improvements Support for Discover cards Support for rewards cards and store credit and debit cards To check out even faster, you can prepare an upcoming payment by double-clicking the Home button from the Lock Screen and keeping your finger on Touch ID New iCloud Drive app Easily search for a file or browse in the new iCloud Drive app by date, name, or tags you added on your Mac Open files in any compatible app or share with those you choose Organize folders and files Get the iCloud Drive app in Settings > iCloud > iCloud Drive and select Show on Home Screen CarPlay improvements  Plays back audio messages, letting you hear from people in their own voices Full support for car knob controls, so you can tilt and spin to scroll through lists or pan around in Maps  Support for CarPlay apps from auto manufacturers Foundation Longer battery life Up to one hour of additional time before you need to charge your battery Facedown detection for turning display off when not in use Low power mode optimizes device performance to extend battery by up to an additional three hours Software updates require less space to download and offer an option to install later iOS apps and user interface now use Metal to deliver faster scrolling, smoother animation, and better overall performance Improved security with two-factor authentication support and a default 6 digit passcode support for Touch ID devices Other improvements New San Francisco system font Leave a message option if recipient isn't available for a FaceTime call Share voicemails from the Phone app using the share sheet Flight and package tracking for data detectors Health app adds support for reproductive health, UV exposure, water intake and sedentary state data types HomeKit adds support for motorized windows and shades, motion sensors and home security system accessories Podcasts has an all-new design, makes it easy to find the latest episodes of your favorite shows and notifies you when new episodes become available for you Support for Wi-Fi calling on iPad, iPod touch and Mac, without iPhone in proximity on participating carriers Wi-Fi Assist to automatically use cellular data when Wi-Fi connectivity is poor Transfer content from an Android device with the Move to iOS app, visit http://www.apple.com/move-to-ios for more details Expanded language support New PingFang Chinese system font Improved predictions, learning and autocorrection for Chinese in QuickType Redesigned punctuation input on 10-key Chinese keyboard Redesigned User Interface for right-to-left languages Added Siri support for Austria, Belgium (French and Dutch), and Norway Added Spotlight search support for Mexico New keyboards for French (Belgium), German (Austria), Gujarati, Hindi (Transliteration), Hinglish, Punjabi, Spanish (Mexico),  and Telugu Predictive input for French (Belgium), German (Austria), Korean, Russian, Spanish (Mexico), and Turkish Dictation support for Dutch (Belgium), English (Ireland, Philippines, South Africa), French (Belgium), German (Austria), and Spanish (Chile, Colombia) Spell check for Finnish and Korean Definition dictionary for Hindi, Norwegian and Swedish Bilingual dictionary for French-English and German-English New Japanese autocorrection and improved predictions and learning in QuickType Option to switch between number systems for Arabic and Hindi Enterprise & Education Assign apps directly to iOS devices without needing to have an iTunes Store account configured Improved calendar reliability for customers using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync v16 Expanded Per App VPN support for the built-in IPSec and IKEv2 VPN clients New networking controls for managed apps to help limit international data roaming costs New restrictions to prevent changes to passcodes, device names and wallpapers, or to disable AirDrop on managed devices Third party app extension support for VPN, advanced content filtering, and captive Wi-Fi networks  Accessibility Touch Accommodations provides additional touch control for those with physical motor limitations Switch Control Recipes to customize features or create your own Support for Siri Voices for VoiceOver users Additional customization of AssistiveTouch Hardware keyboard support for Key Repeat, Slow Keys and Sticky Keys Improved MFi hearing aid audio routing to choose where audio is played Some features may not be available for all countries or all areas, for more information visit:    http://www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability and http://www.apple.com/ios/whats-new For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:       http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222