Finally iOS 10.2 has been released. This is another major update since the launched of iOS 10.1.1 on October 31st. This update includes several major features and many bug fixes.
You can update to iOS 10.2 by connecting your device to iTunes or downloading in Settings > General > Software Update. The iOS 10.2 update is available for the following devices: iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later and iPod touch 6th generation and later.
What Is Included In The Update?
iOS 10.2 has several features worth pointing out:
– New TV App (Unfortunately it’s not available in Malaysia)
Apple released a new TV app that provides recommendations for new movies and TV shows in the “Watch Now” section and to discover new apps and new iTunes releases in the “Store” section. The “Up Next” section allows you to see the movies and TV shows that you are currently watching and continue where you let off.
– Single Sign-On For Cable TV (Unfortunately it’s not available in Malaysia)
If you are a cable TV subscriber, there is a new Single Sign-On feature that lets you sign in with your credentials once to see the content across various TV apps. According to MacRumors, this feature works with CenturyLink Prism, DirecTV, Dish, GVTC, GTA, Hawaiian Telcom, Hotwire, Metrocast, Service Electric and Sling TV.
Samsung will release an update Kills remaining Galaxy Note 7
After the Galaxy Note7 was eradicated from existence, Samsung expressly asked users to return the phablet and take advantage of the available ailments.
But the thing is, a lot of users don’t seem too keen on following Samsung’s guideline. We recently told you it is estimated that more than 1 million customers are still holding on to the potentially dangerous Note7. Some still consider the device a very capable phone, one that’s not easily replaceable. Some users are waiting for Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S8 next year, but we’re still a few months away from that.