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    watchOS is getting a bump up to version 3. It will keep favorite apps in memory, speed up launches, and updates information in the background. More importantly, instead of the multiple seconds it takes to load an app and update its front-end data, it's all instant. The Dock is new to watchOS 3. By pressing the side button, you can fly through recent apps, all of them showing a live screenshot with new data for your quick glance. Control Center makes a migration from iOS. With a swipe from the bottom, you get a quick look at battery and toggles. Quick reply options for messages get updated ...

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    Our reviews of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are up and while we didn't coo over the extended toolset you can access with a hard knock, we appreciated it very much. While the first implementation is just for getting users acquainted to the technology, maybe Apple can appreciate it wasn't enough for some people. Ran Avni is one of those people. He crafted up a quick concept render of how Force Touch could be put into the Control Center: The video suggests that you could tap on the Wi-Fi icon and find out which networks are available to connect to. You can also check out which Bluetooth ...

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    When Apple showed off iOS 7 they included a new "Control Center" that looked strikingly familiar to Android users. Essentially, Apple's version is simply the Android Notification Shade that you swipe up from the bottom -- with a little transparency to make it look "different". Turn about, as they say, is fair play, and today I'll take you hands-on with an app called Control Center by Lone Tooth that emulates the look and feel of Apple's version of Android's notification shade. Control Center is available free in the Play Store and is ad-free as well. It's compatible with Android ...

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