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This is the Chinese manufacturer's first flagship device on an American carrier ever. ZTE hopes it will unfold into a butterfly.
In our cursory test, Vimeo worked in this mode where you can pop out of Chrome to another app. Going live, though, Twitch didn't work through Chrome.
It supposedly has a dedicated "Productivity Mode" that will allow users to pin apps to the navigation bar and, perhaps, keep them in active memory.
Dutch company Philips is pursuing the Taiwanese company in Germany for infringing a patent concerning the "Recent Apps" screen design on its Android skin.
Even with more RAM, the iPhone 7 Plus didn't really do much better in multitasking than the iPhone 7. Until, supposedly, with the iOS 10.1 beta.
When you talk about “OS X,” Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, ribbed his engineers for going on some “inspired” tour around California. Well, now it’s time to say hello to “Sierra,” but bye bye to Mac OS X. It’s “macOS Sierra”.
And there’s no shortage of mobile-related features that will be introduced to the Mac for continuity purposes.
Auto Unlock allows Apple Watch owners to unlock their Macs just by having their smartwatch nearby if both machines are on the same network. [...]
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 [...]
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Android tablets are so much more than just big phones - without the phone. So why hasn't Google implemented split-screen multitasking?
Apple introduced native multi-pane app tasking to iOS 9 before Android will. Right now, though, the feature’s availability is just about as limited as what you might see from a couple of OEMs’ Android devices — namely, Samsung, LG and Sony flagships. So, if you can’t see yourself with one of the latest iPads in order to get Split View, Picture-in-Picture and/or Slide Over, what can you do?
Well, if you’ve jailbroken your iOS 9 or above device (yes, iPads and iPhones alike), you can hop into Cydia and install Medusa.
By far one of the biggest announcements of WWDC yesterday was when Craig Federighi demonstrated the new multitasking capabilities of iOS 9 on the iPad. Everything we’ve been lusting over for years is finally here; there’s splitscreen multitasking, column browsing, even picture-in-picture video. Of course, there will always be the buzzkills that comment “Apple copied this from so and so!” or “I’ve been using this feature for years!”, and sometimes they’re right, to some extent. But just as it’s known for delaying features compared to [...]