iOS

  • iPhone 8 Leak: How an iOS Developer Discovered Apple’s Slip-Up

    When developer Guilherme Rambo saw that Apple had released firmware for the upcoming HomePod speaker, he thought it must have been a mistake. The HomePod doesn’t come out until December, after all. Curiosity piqued, he started digging through the code, where he found perhaps the last thing he expected: Apple’s next iPhone. While some details […]

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  • How to Find Wi-Fi Passwords in Android & iOS

    WiFi is indispensable for a smartphone owner as almost every app needs internet to run. Probably that’s why people have such funny WiFi router names to protect it from being misused. However, there’re times when you need to connect a new device to your WiFi network but forget the password, or want to share a […]

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  • 6 Subtle UI Changes in iOS 11

    With the unveiling of iOS 11, Apple continues to iterate on the existing user interface and push the envelope in terms of what can be achieved within a mobile operating system. As with many of the previous iOS versions, the changes tend to be minor but are consistently improving the design one small aspect at […]

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  • How We Built An iOS App To Shoot A 3D Video (Case Study)

    How We Built An iOS App To Shoot A 3D Video (Case Study) By Evgeny Khrolenok Igor Mikheiko July 12th, 2017 Case StudiesiOSVideos 1 Comment It wasn’t long after Hollywood released its first 3D films that the movie format quickly gained huge popularity worldwide. Thanks to developments in video-recording technology, any user can now shoot […]

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  • An All-New Media Library for a WordPress iOS App

    We recently launched an all-new media picker for WordPress for Android. Now, iOS users, you’re next! The new 7.8 recover of WordPress for iOS includes a top-level Media Library territory for any site we conduct — creation it even easier to share your images, video, and other media with a world. With only one daub […]

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  • There’s a New Way to Share WiFi Password in iOS 11 & You’ll Like It

    With the iOS 11 beta version now available, people are discovering some of the new features in Apple’s latest operating system that the company did not mention during the WWDC 2017 keynote. Share your Wi-Fi with your guest using Raspberry Pi Share your Wi-Fi with your guest using Raspberry Pi We assume nobody likes to […]

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  • Remember where we parked with Google Maps

    Remember where we parked with Google Maps Some contend it’s about a journey, not a destination—but we consider it’s about a small of both. Now, Google Maps for Android and iOS will not usually assistance we get where you’re going, though it’ll assistance we remember where we parked once you’ve arrived. Here’s how it works: […]

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  • You Can Now Enable Siri to Read Out Your WhatsApp Messages

    iOS WhatsApp users can now use the chat application without even touching the keyboard as Siri can now read out recently received messages in the version 2.17.20 update. If this feature seems like something you’ll enjoy using, here’s how you can enable it. Make sure that your device’s iOS is updated to 10.3.1. WhatsApp should […]

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  • 20 Finest iOS Apps for Designers

    Get our posts emailed to you with our monthly newsletter, subscribe here. iTunes store has thousands of apps in it. They are made for all kind of people. Furthermore,  there you can find apps from games to those that shows your sleep quality or helps you to meditate. Because of that, you can get an […]

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  • Gboard for iOS’s Latest Update Brings Voice Transcription and More

    iOS Gboard users will no longer need to tap on the keyboard to type out their messages as Google has rolled out an update today that gives it the ability to transcribe your voice. Gboard now comes with Google’s search app for iOS Gboard now comes with Google’s search app for iOS Gboard has been […]

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  • WWDC 2017: Here’s What Apple Could be Revealing at San Jose in June

    Apple has been quite excited about this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference event, considering the fact that the company has revealed the location of the event a full four months before the begining of the event. Apple iOS 10.2 comes with hundreds of new emojis, and more Apple iOS 10.2 comes with hundreds of new emojis, […]

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  • iOS 10.2.1 Update is Now Available for iPads, iPhones and iPods

    Owners of an iPhone, iPad or iPod take note, Apple has released the iOS 10.2.1 update and you should get it as soon as possible as it comes with some major security patches. How to Download Install Apps on Older Version of iOS How to Download Install Apps on Older Version of iOS iOS 8 […]

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  • Apple iOS 10.2 comes with hundreds of new emojis, and more

    iOS device owners rejoice as Apple has released the iOS 10.2 update to the public. Besides the usual bug fixes and improvements, iOS 10.2 greets users with the new TV app that was first teased during the MacBook Pro reveals not long ago. 28 Multi-Player iOS Games to Kill Boredom 28 Multi-Player iOS Games to […]

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  • iOS Photos Icon Design Illustrator Tutorial

    In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to draw the iOS Photos app icon in Adobe Illustrator. Download Adobe Illustrator.

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  • Twitter’s Moments feature is now available on iOS and Android

    Back in September, Twitter introduced a feature called Moments, allowing users to create personalize stories using tweets and photos. Previously, users could only create Moments on the web version of the Twitter but that is yesterday’s news. Starting from today, users can create Moments from Twitter’s iOS or Android app. 80 Twitter Tools for Almost […]

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  • Why You Should Learn iOS Development at Treehouse

    Pasan Premaratnewrites on November 30, 2016 So you’ve wanted to get into mobile development and decided that iOS is the way to go. Until recently the choice was fairly straightforward – iOS development included one or two types of devices and a single programming language that had a rich 30-year history. There was no confusion, […]

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  • WhatsApp’s latest Beta update now supports video streaming

    Those who’ve ever tried to view a video on WhatsApp knows that it is a pain as the app requires you to download the entire video before being able to view it normally. Thankfully, this may no longer be the case as the WhatsApp Beta app has received an update that allows you to stream […]

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  • Apple launches Repair Program to combat iPhone 6 Plus ‘Touch Disease’ problem

    If you’re an iPhone 6 Plus owner, you may have come across the iPhone 6 Plus touchscreen problem. The touchscreen problem aka the “Touch Disease” occurs after one too many drops of the phone, resulting in an unresponsive touchscreen with a grey line visible at the top of the display. The main cause of the […]

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  • 28 Multi-Player iOS Games to Kill Boredom

    Gaming is fast becoming a lone sport. You can beat all those goals and fly through those stages but after a while, without the competitive spirit, games become a chore. What you need is to inject some rivalry into gaming, particularly mobile games. 30 Aesthetically Pleasing iPhone Games You Should Play 30 Aesthetically Pleasing iPhone […]

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  • Want to try out macOS Touch Bar from an iPad? Here’s how.

    Want to try out the Touch Bar without picking up a new MacBook Pro? You’re in luck. There is an iPad hack out there that lets you try out the Touch Bar. You will need 2 things: iPad with Xcode installed, and Mac updated to run macOS Sierra build version 10.12.1.16B2657 Once you have both […]

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