Along with a new iPhone today came the much-awaited update to iOS 9.3, betas be done with us.
Night Shift finally gets implemented, putting the sword into F.lux for any hopes on the App Store. It basically adjusts the hue of your screen to cut down on blue light emissions, harmful to your eyes in the dark.
The Notes app now gets Touch ID or password protection, too. Health can suggest apps for you to use while News now has three new sections for its articles: Top Stories, Editors’ Picks and a trending tab. CarPlay integration brings an improved maps experience and [...]
The few people left that are holding onto their iPhone 5s or other four-inch iOS device might see another iPhone that can fit their hands soon. We’ve talked about the growth from zero that the idea of an iPhone 6c had gone from vision to concretion. There’s now more support and a countdown clock of sorts coming out of sources from high factories.
Specifically, we’ve gotten word from Foxconn employees of a four-inch, vividly colored iPhone 6c that’s being produced right now in conjunction with the iPhone 6s models.
Bets are on Apple to gather enough [...]
And you thought that taco emoji was soooo worth it, right? It seems that regardless of whether it’s a point-update or a dot-update, Apple has had some pretty ugly software launches lately. iOS 8.0.1 is probably the best example of this. It makes some of the iOS 9 disappointments look pretty. But it happens sometimes and is inevitable like death and taxes.
This time around for iOS 9.1, it seems that some users have taken to the support forums for some issues with Touch ID (linked content has not been associated with these bugs). Some claim that Touch ID is running slow, [...]
Touch. Tap. Push. Prod. Swab. Stab. The button takes a lot of nonsense from its users. And also Benny Benassi and The Biz, but if I hear “push me and then just touch me” one more time, I might need a barbiturate. Anyways, people usually don’t give these things much credit for doing what they do and what engineers have made them do.It didn’t need to be a button
Take the iPhone 5S with its home button. It implemented a fingerprint sensor on top of it and Apple thus created Touch ID.
Touch ID was made to take the taps and swipes and [...]
We’ve heard for the last couple of weeks that aside from the significant re-design of the iPhone this year, Apple is also working on retaining the same design of its two iPad models, but including new benefits like what we saw with Touch ID on the iPhone 5s last year. Analysts have flooded the internet with predictions about it, but today we finally see something that actually confirms it.
Taiwan reseller Apple Club has just leaked a couple of photos showing us the iPhone 6, and also the next-generation iPad Air and iPad mini (hopefully with Retina Display) all sporting [...]