iOS has a Control Center which basically provides users with shortcuts to things like enabling or disabling WiFi, Bluetooth, DND mode, flashlight, calculator, and etc. Now it seems that Control Center could be getting a new toggle and that toggle is for the upcoming Night Shift mode in iOS 9.3.
One of the biggest rumors of the iPhone 7 is that Apple could be considering ditching the headphone port. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen, but according to a recent tweet by @kyoufujibaya has revealed that hidden within the iOS code, there have been some references made to suggest that the rumors could be true after all.
If you are experiencing some bugginess on your iOS device, you might be interested to learn that according to reports, Apple is apparently currently rolling out the iOS 9.2.1 update to all compatible devices. This is a fairly small update weighing in at 40.4MB and this basically contains various security and bug fixes.
Over the past week, we have been hearing a lot about iOS 9.3 and what kind of features it will be bringing to the table. The good news is that for those of you who are looking forward to testing some of those features for yourself, you will be interested to learn that Apple has begun seeding the beta to the public.
iOS 9.3 is expected to be a pretty major update that will add a fair number of new features to Apple’s mobile operating system, but more importantly for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners, you will be pleased to learn that 3D Touch will also be getting more functional as Apple will be adding more functions to the feature as well.
WiFi Assist is a feature introduced in iOS 9, and while it might have been a good idea on paper, unfortunately there have been plenty of complaints to suggest that the feature is actually quite a data hog. For those who have unlimited data plans, this isn’t an issue, but for those who don’t, it could lead to bill shock, like this teen who was charged $2,000.Apple has understandably defended […]
According to last month’s figures, iOS 9’s adoption was sitting at 70%. However it looks like in the past month or so, it has since an increase where iOS 9 is now running on 3 out of 4 iOS devices. This is according to the Apple Developer support page (via MacRumors) in which it revealed that 75% of iOS devices are now running on iOS 9.However in terms of being […]
We have to admit that we find it odd that after all these years, Apple has not added the option to make the Notes app more secure. It is possible that Apple is assuming that you would have locked your phone and that if you unlocked your phone, it means that you are using the device, so technically it shouldn’t need to secure Notes.Regardless, iOS users have had to turn […]
The idea that a smart device like a phone or tablet that supports more than one user isn’t that much of a stretch. In fact, in the past, we have seen companies like Apple patent similar ideas for iOS, and we have also heard similar rumblings that Apple could bring such a feature to iOS way back in 2012.That being said, it looks like the feature is finally here, sort […]
It has often been recommended that if you want to ensure that you’ve gotten a good night’s rest, that you should probably not use your phone or tablet or computer right before bed. Apparently this is due to the blue light emitted by your phone’s display that messes up your sleep cycle, thus preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep.The good news is that with the upcoming iOS 9.3 […]
One of the new features of iOS 9 is WiFi Assist. For those unfamiliar, basically what happens is that when your phone detects that your WiFi signal is weak or having some connectivity issues, it will swap to cellular data without you having to do anything on your end. Sounds like a convenient feature, or is it?According to a report from CBS News, a teen by the name of Ashton […]
As software becomes more demanding, hardware needs to be upgraded in order for it to keep up. This is why as time passes, newer software updates are sometimes incompatible with older hardware. For example we’ve seen it happen with Rockstar’s GTA Online where the company stated that future updates would skip older consoles like the Xbox 360 and PS3.The same can be said for smartphones too, but for the most […]
If you’re an iOS user who is still experiencing a fair bit of bugs in iOS 9, you might be interested to learn that Apple has since released its iOS 9.2 update, and hopefully with this update Apple will have addressed some of the bugs plaguing iOS 9. The previous iOS 9 update was released not too long ago so it looks like Apple is hard at working pushing out […]
As if there’s a shortage of ad blocking softwares out there, Mozilla today launched a new one for iOS. It’s called Focus and it uses the content-blocking API in iOS 9 to provide users with advanced control over what elements to block on a particular page. Users can manage settings to block tracking, analytics and of course, advertisements.