While the 4K resolution appears to be the new standard in the near future, a lot of displays and televisions being sold at the moment are still marketed as having a Full HD resolution. However to keep up with the times, YouTube recently started to experiment offering 4K video to its users, although this proved to be a rather horrible experience for those whose computers can’t support it.
That being said it looks like if you thought the stutter and load times for a 4K video was bad, it looks like YouTube has upped the ante by introducing support for 8K videos. Yup, this is a resolution that has yet to become fully mainstream but it seems that YouTube plans on staying ahead of the curve rather than play catchup. Read full post →YouTube Shows Its Support For 8K Resolution Videos
If you have been using iOS for a while, you’re probably used to the “shift” button on the iOS keyboard. When the arrow is black, it means that the next character will be an uppercase character, but when it’s grey, it means that the character will be of the lowercase variety. However this isn’t very obvious especially to iOS newbies.
Well Apple has finally done something about it with iOS 9. While it was not announced during Apple’s WWDC 2015 event (and we suppose for good reason since it isn’t particularly groundbreaking), it has been spotted by developers who got their hands on the beta that Apple has made some changes to the iOS keyboard. Read full post →Apple Finally Addresses The “Shift” Key In iOS 9