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Even though this story focuses on the iPhone 6S, there are still some parts of this article that also apply to the iPad, so we thought it worth sharing here.
Even though Apple's iOS 9 is easily one of their most impressive iOS advancements yet, that doesn't mean it isn't without its share of quirks. In fact, there are a few features that really need to be improved, and a few that are simply missing but should be implemented. We came up with 7 different features/functions that are either annoying or missing and we wish Apple would take note of this.
Here they are:
Changing Wallpapers is still tedious - it's kind of a pain that you have to manually go into to the settings menu just to change out the wallpaper. Perhaps if Apple would add a way to do that from the main screen by...
Forbes Tech reports that Apple has partnered with SAP and the band Imagine Dragons as part of the One4 Project in a bid to do something about the current refugee crisis.
The One4 Project came about when an SAP employee had the germ of an idea and took it to the SAP Board, prior to Imagine Dragons and Apple getting involved. One reason why SAP is so keen to get involved could be that its global headquarters is in Germany, which has borne the brunt of the crisis over the past few months.
Imagine Dragons and Apple’s part in the project sees the band releasing a song called “I Was Me” on the iTunes store, as well as a video statement from the band’s lead singer, Dan Reynolds.
With download profits from the song going towards the cause, SAP has also pledged to match 10 cents for each...
Microsoft has issued a refresh to its mobile office programs on the App Store: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The apps have been updated with on-the-go comment editing, file renaming, quickly jumping to a page and much more. This is quite a big update, so here are all the new features that have been made available:
Word for iOS
Fonts when you need them: Are you missing fonts in a document? Word automatically downloads them when you need them.
Quickly jump to a page: Long document? Navigate to a specific page — fast! Scroll, hold and drag to go directly to the page you need.
Rename a file: Everyone likes a do-over! Now you can name a Word doc directly from the Open or Recent tab.
Bi-directional and complex script languages: now supports bi-directional text editing and complex script for...
Adobe has updated its lineup of mobile apps, also bringing a new version of Lightroom, the company's iOS-based photo editing app. Adobe made the app available to all users, thus removing the need for a subscription to Creative Cloud.
Previously, the free Lightroom app was dependent on the desktop version of Lightroom and it required users to have one of Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription plans. Now Lightroom can be downloaded by all iOS users at no cost and used to manage and edit photos on iOS indefinitely.
The Next Web was the first to highlight the change to Lightroom, and here's what Adobe's director of product management for digital imaging Tom Hogarty had to say:
"We're seeing alot of people come in first on Lightroom mobile, so now we're allowing people to use it locally...
If you use Apple Pay on your device and you are also a Starbucks client, then there are some great news for you. Jennifer Bailey, the head of Apple’s mobile payment division announced that the popular coffee chain will soon support Apple Pay.
She broke the news onstage at the Code/Mobile conference, telling Recode’s Ina Fried that the launch is planned for early next year. Here are some more details:
"If you’re an Apple Pay fan and a caffeine fiend, you’re in luck. Apple has partnered with Starbucks to let you use Apple Pay for your daily Frappuccino fix. Starting next year you’ll be able to tap and pay with your iPhone or Apple Watch at all Starbucks registers across the country. Some locations will be testing the technology this year in a pilot program."
You can already use Apple...
Here at Droidforums (and several other sites) we have had a wide range of possible responses to forum posts for some time. Nowadays, you can go well beyond just a "like" or "dislike" functionality, and do it very easily across the web. That's what makes it all the more puzzling that it has taken Facebook so long to implement something beyond a single "Like" button.
It sounds like Zuckerberg and Co. have finally listened to Facebook consumers' complaints about this this issue and are working on a solution. Supposedly Facebook is testing out something called "Reactions," and it will basically be a "like/dislike" series of buttons which will give folks a wide range of emotions to choose from when "grading" a post. Here's a quote with more of the details,
The change is just another way to...
Apple has announced yesterday a new Beats Pill+ Bluetooth wireless speaker with a simplistic design, stereo active 2-way crossover system and 12-hour battery life. The speaker will be available for $229.95 in black or white through the Apple Online Store and authorized Beats retailers beginning next month.
What makes this new speaker special is the fact that it is the first new product under Apple. It also comes with a companion app that will enable users to control the speaker and the music from two Bluetooth sources and sync two Beats Pill+ speakers together for either simultaneous or dedicated right and left playback. Beats President Luke Wood said the following:
"When you obsess about sound the way that we do at Beats, portable Bluetooth speakers can be very tricky," said We...
MacRumors reports that Apple has today announced that enhanced editions of all seven Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling are now available exclusively via the iBooks Store worldwide for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac.
The exclusive enhanced editions feature the full original text, as well as interactive animations, gorgeous artwork, and annotations direct from J.K. Rowling herself.
You can also get exclusive custom covers for each of the books, as well as custom Harry Potter typefaces, as well as new section headers and drop caps.
The new editions are available now for $9.99 each in English in 32 countries, and pre-orders for other countries start today.
“I’m thrilled to see the Harry Potter books so beautifully realised on iBooks for the digital world; the artwork and animations...
During Apple's ‘Hey Siri’ media event, it was mentioned that the iPad Pro will arrive in November, but an exact date hasn't been offered. Now, according to multiple online reports, it seems that the bigger-sized iPad is going to be available in the first week of next month.
Japanese blog called MacOtakara say the iPad Pro will hit store shelves in the first week of November, according to the publication's reliable sources in China. The Apple Pencil is said to be available when the iPad Pro launches.
Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac too has confirmed that the iPad Pro will be available in early November. He also said that Apple is currently planning to announce new 21.5-inch iMacs with 4K screens next week.
The iPad Pro will start at $799 for the Wi-Fi-only model with thirty-two gigabytes of...
YouTube has finally released the redesigned version of its iOS app, after months of testing and tweaking. The new version takes cues from the Material Design-inspired Android counterpart and also comes with in-app video editing tools to make videos. Here's how the official changelog sounds like:
"The redesigned YouTube app makes it easier to find what you love. Now your recommended videos, favorite channels, and subscriptions can be accessed by tapping each icon or swiping your screen. You can also create fun videos on the fly with new in-app editing tools."
The new app for iOS users is now divided into three sections: Home, Subscriptions and Account. Home, like the YouTube web homepage, delivers suggestions and features videos from YouTube accounts that a user may have viewed...
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