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Apple iOS Operating System
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iOS 10 vs iOS 9 While there is much to like about iOS 10, the most annoying feature for me has been the ‘Press home to unlock’ feature. Back in the good old days (iOS 9), you just rested your finger over the Home button.
iOS 10 New Stuff At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple revealed ten new or improved features that are coming to iOS 10. Improved User Experience The lock screen in iOS 10 has been redesigned to allow for rich notifications and the ability to quickly
Wi-Fi Assist switched on by default One of the nicer features in iOS 9 is the ability to automatically switch to using cellular data if your Wi-Fi is a little sketchy. The not-so-nice thing is the fact that this feature it is switched to ‘On’ automatically
Apple will soon be releasing beta versions of its iOS and OS X software to participants in its Beta Software Program. Based on feedback that participants provide on usability and quality, Apple identifies and resolves issues prior to its production release. Should you participate in the
Apple rolled out the first OS update for Apple Watch. Watch OS 1.0.1 has performance improvements and bug fixes for accessibility, calculating calories for indoor cycling and rowing workouts, measuring distance and pace during outdoor run and walk workouts, measuring stand activity, Siri and third
So what’s going on with iOS? I long for the good old days when it was a no-brainer to download the latest version because it may fix a problem or two and would also provide some new features. The last few iOS releases have seen
While Apple is always a news staple, it seems like they have been in the news even more than usual lately. While some of the news has been actual “news” (as in factual), some has been rumors. I don’t typically feed the rumor mill but
Apple released an update to its mobile operating system, iOS, this week. The latest update, iOS 8.1.3, includes bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements. Foremost in the update is a reduction in the storage required to perform a software update. This has been an
iPhones are not necessarily known for their great battery life. While Apple has improved battery life with each generation of iPhones, it has never provided a way to find out what apps were killing your battery. Until now. It’s one of the new features
After having a blockbuster launch weekend by selling over 10 million iPhones, Apple is having a rough week. Apple released an iOS update (iOS 8.0.1) that proved to be pretty deadly to their newest models, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. After numerous reports of these
iOS 8 was released on September 17th. It is compatible with all iPhones since iPhone 4s (4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6 and 6 Plus) as well as all iPads since iPad 2 (including both iPad minis and iPad Air) and the 5th generation iPod touch.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook kicked off Apple’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) on June 2nd with the typical ‘Apple by the Numbers’ presentation. This is the 25th year for WWDC. The first WWDC in 1990 was attended by 1,300 developers, had only one lab and the