Apple has released iOS 10 beta 8 for developers to test on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 10 brings a refreshed look to Apple Music and News plus loads of new features to the platform. The software update will be ready for everyone likely sometime next month, and we’ll dig through the eight developer version of the iOS 10 beta below. Show More Summary
Photo by Emilio Cuilan Before the T.F, New Yorkers learned tricks at these things called “street spots,” and now, everyone learns crooked grind nollie flips between beefing over who stole whose iPhone 4S with a cracked screen and no data plan at L.E.S. Great skateboarders didn’t particularly “come of age” at Tompkins. Throughout its decade […]
Apple is expected to unveil its next big update for the iPhone in the next couple weeks, but a majority of people don’t think it will be a major improvement, according to a new survey that reveals iPhone owners are split on whether the new model will be a big deal. In a survey of […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
If you haven't done so already, go and update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iOS 9.3.5 right now. To update, go to Settings > General > Software Update. It may not seem urgent because it's only a "point release," but the update is...Show More Summary
Apple could potentially put Intel processors inside iPhones as early as 2018, according to industry experts. Nikkei Asian Review published a new report today that highlights comments made by semiconductor analysts who believe Intel’s recent embrace of ARM could mean new competition to TSMC and Samsung sooner than previously expected. more… Filed under: Apple
According to a new patent application, Apple is considering ways to empower the iPhone with active protections after being stolen.
Apple is working on a significant redesign of the 2017 iPhone that will include a removal of the traditional Home button, according to Bloomberg. The note comes from Gareth Allen and long-reliable Apple reporter Mark Gurman, who cite...Show More Summary
According to a report from Nikkei Asian Review, Apple could face supply shortages of the iPhone 7 at launch as the publication claims Apple suppliers are facing low yield rates for certain components. more… Filed under: Apple
Hey, it's HighScalability time: The Pixar render farm in 1995 is half of an iPhone (@BenedictEvans) If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 33.0%: of all retail goods sold online in the US are sold on Amazon;...Show More Summary
Apple rushed to release a new security update Thursday after system vulnerabilities were reported to the company following an attempted cyberattack on a human rights lawyer in the United Arab Emirates. The Associated Press reported that...Show More Summary
Smartphones’ lines are blurring. Over the course of 2016, phones like the OnePlus 3, ZTE Axon 7, and iPhone SE have all shown that you don’t need to pay more than $400 to get something high-end. The Galaxy Notes and (larger) iPhonesShow More Summary
Apple’s ‘boring’ iPhone 7 will hit stores in less than a month, but there’s increased chatter online about the bold new iPhone update you’ve been craving. The iPhone due next year will mark Apple’s 10th iPhone anniversary – let’s call it iPhone 8 for the time being – and it should introduce a brand new form factor. Show More Summary
That older model smartphone could be doing so much more than just collecting dust
Following tradition, a new report out of Apple's supply chain is hinting that the company "may need to contend with a supply shortage" for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, citing vague issues with "faulty components" as the central problem (via Nikkei). Show More Summary
As Apple gears up to launch its next-generation iPhone, key components reportedly face production issues, with low yields allegedly seen for the new dual-lens camera expected on the "iPhone 7 Plus."
Bloggers have had a field day over the past week writing about how Pokemon Go is dead because it's beginning to sink on Apple's top free iPhone downloads chart in the App Store. Of course, those bloggers don't really understand how the app market works, do they? Top-grossing games are never top-ranked downloads, as we explained in a recent article. Show More Summary
As Intel looks to muscle its way into the smartphone CPU business, the chipmaker has reportedly set its sights on competing with TSMC, the firm currently responsible for the A-series processors found in the iPhone, iPad and more.
My daughter complains that I have too many apps on my iPhone and that I really need to use folders to organize them. I would like to just do that and surprise her that I didn't need her help. Can you explain how they work for organizing iOS apps and programs? The post How do I use folders to organize my iPhone apps? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
Apple and security experts are urging iOS users to update to the newly released iOS 9.3.5 as soon as possible. Apple developed the update to address critical security flaws in iOS after exploits were used to compromise iPhones and spy on journalists and dissidents in the wild. Another alternative, however, [...]
Ahmed Mansoor, one of "The UAE five" was arrested for signing a pro-democracy petition calling for a new elected government in United Arab Emirates, Mansoor along with four other activists were jailed in 2011.