• WWDC 2016: What We Didn't Get

    WWDC 2016: What We Didn't Get

    Curiously, Apple did not add support for multiple users to iOS 10 -- a feature users have been requesting for years.That didn't show up during WWDC.
  • Microsoft SharePoint App Now On iOS

    Microsoft SharePoint App Now On iOS

    The new SharePoint app for iOS gives users quick access to their team sites, content, organization portals, and resources.He noted the company is investing in responsive design by default for services including Office 365, Delve, and Office 365 Video.
  • Microsoft SharePoint App Now On iOS

    Microsoft SharePoint App Now On iOS

    The new SharePoint app for iOS gives users quick access to their team sites, content, organization portals, and resources.He noted the company is investing in responsive design by default for services including Office 365, Delve, and Office 365 Video.
  • iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Betas Released

    iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Betas Released

    The public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra arrived Thursday -- a day after Apple pushed out new betas through its developer channel.Developers have been testing iOS 10 and macOS Sierra for several weeks.
  • iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Betas Released

    iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Betas Released

    The public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra arrived Thursday -- a day after Apple pushed out new betas through its developer channel.Developers have been testing iOS 10 and macOS Sierra for several weeks.
  • iOS 10 Adoption Tops 50 Percent

    iOS 10 Adoption Tops 50 Percent

    In the weeks since Apple released iOS 10, the next-gen operating system has been installed on 54 percent of active iDevices, according to Cupertino.But iOS 10 suffered some early installation issues (including an iMessage GIF search glitch that surfaced hard-core porn), which may have discouraged some users from immediately updating.
  • Dev Finds One-Handed Keyboard Code Hidden in iOS

    Dev Finds One-Handed Keyboard Code Hidden in iOS

    Small hands can make opening jars, playing the piano, and typing one-handed quite difficult.So it's a wonder why Apple never made public the one-handed keyboard hidden in its mobile operating system.
  • Order Food Via Google Maps for iOS

    Order Food Via Google Maps for iOS

    Simply search for a restaurant that works with area delivery services, swipe up from the bottom, and look for the "Place an order" option.A pop-up with then ask you which service you'd like to use to place an order (DoorDash, Delivery.
  • Schedule a Meeting on Outlook for iOS

    Schedule a Meeting on Outlook for iOS

    The new features mimic what's already available via the desktop version of Outlook, as well as in several competing iOS calendar apps like Google Calendar.If the selected time works for everyone, the day will be displayed in white.
  • 16 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    16 Android Apps Actually Worth Paying For

    Even though Google Play regularly outshines the App Store in total number of downloads, Apple users are far more willing than their Android counterparts to actually plunk down cash for their apps.My fellow Android users, it's unfortunate that you're not buying apps.
  • Brexit Fallout Boosts iOS App Store Prices

    Brexit Fallout Boosts iOS App Store Prices

    Great Britain's decision to leave the European Union has caused unexpected ripples, including a price hike in the UK iOS App Store.As reported by The Guardian, Apple is raising prices almost 25 percent thanks to the pound's devaluation since the June Brexit vote.
  • Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis

    Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis

    Like a fainting goat who freezes at the first sign of a farmer, an iPhone running iOS 10 can be bricked by sending just a few emojis in the Messages app.Send all four of these at once, and the recipient's device will seize up and eventually restart.
  • Is That iPhone Stolen? Who Knows!

    Is That iPhone Stolen? Who Knows!

    Find My iPhone Activation Lock— which can disable stolen a iPhone, iPad, iPod or Apple Watch— previously included a feature that let people find out whether the lock had been activated by typing in the device's serial number online.As of Monday afternoon, the website that previously displayed the Activation Lock checker (icloud.
  • How to Switch From an iPhone to an Android Phone

    How to Switch From an iPhone to an Android Phone

    So once you've got an Android phone picked out, what do you do?You've invested in the Apple iPhone ecosystem for years—maybe even a decade—so what do you do to make the switch from iPhone to Android without any digital tears?
  • Report: Security Flaw Lets Hackers Snoop on 76 iPhone Apps

    Report: Security Flaw Lets Hackers Snoop on 76 iPhone Apps

    HTTPS encryption is good, but it won't protect you from the sort of man-in-the-middle attack that security researchers said this week can affect dozens of popular iPhone and iPad apps.In most cases, they'll be undetected by the app security built into Apple's iOS mobile operating system, according to iOS security expert Will Strafach.
  • Apple: iOS Update Fixes Random iPhone Shutdowns

    Apple: iOS Update Fixes Random iPhone Shutdowns

    If your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s randomly shuts down, updating to the latest version of iOS might fix the problem, Apple says.The company told TechCrunch that software issues are causing a small number of iPhone owners to experience random shutdowns, but that most users reported significantly fewer issues after they upgraded to iOS 10.
  • These are the best iOS 11 concept designs we’ve seen yet

    These are the best iOS 11 concept designs we’ve seen yet

    For example, the video shows a beautiful and classic-looking Dark Mode, a feature that has long been requested by iOS users.ComConceptsiPhone iPhone 8 Concept This concept isn’t limited to software, as it also shows a concept for the iPhone 8’s hardware.
  • Hidden Tips for Mastering iOS 10

    Hidden Tips for Mastering iOS 10

    With the release of every new mobile operating system—especially Apple's iOS—there comes a slew of new features.Like iOS 9 and iOS 8 before it, iOS 10 is no exception.
  • Apple Starts Rejecting Apps if Name Includes Price

    Apple Starts Rejecting Apps if Name Includes Price

    Developers will take any advantage they can get in the overly crowded app stores for Apple's platforms, and that includes reminding potential customers that their app is completely free to use.To that end, it's common to see "free" included as part of the app name.