Apple’s huge WWDC developer conference kicked off on Monday, and as expected, the company took the wraps off iOS 13. It’s the next major revision for one of the most important and influential operating systems of all time, with iOS used daily on over a billion iPhones and iPads. It looks to be a doozy.Here are all the major new features that iOS 13 will bring to your iPhone and iPad when it releases this fall, along with details about supported devices and how to join the beta test to try it out early.Update 07/02/19: Apple has released the third developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. This build will likely become the second public beta release, which may release as early as tomorrow, or as late as next week.Installing the betaAs usual, Apple will beta test the new release with both developers and the public. Those with an active developer account can visit developer.apple.com/download on the device they want to install the iOS or iPadOS beta on, and install the beta … [Read more...] about iOS 13 and iPadOS 13: Apple releases beta 3 to developers
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By Scott Moritz, Bloomberg News Published 6:00 am CDT, Friday, April 26, 2019 FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2015, file photo, a child holds an Apple iPhone 6S at an Apple store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile in Chicago. The World Health Organization Wednesday, April 24, 2019, issued its first-ever guidance for how much screen time children under 5 should get: not very much, and none at all for those under 1. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File) less FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2015, file photo, a child holds an Apple iPhone 6S at an Apple store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile in Chicago. The World Health Organization Wednesday, April 24, 2019, issued its ... more Photo: Kiichiro Sato, STF / Associated Press Photo: Kiichiro Sato, STF / Associated Press Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 … [Read more...] about IPhone sales lag as wireless customers are hanging on to old phones longer
While boasting an "Octa Core" Application Processor option and an extremely high resolution display, Samsung's new Galaxy Note 4 falls flat in running GPU intensive apps and games--particularly in comparison to Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.The first benchmarks showing off the actual performance users will get from the new Note 4 highlights that Samsung appears to be making the wrong engineering choices, and that the conventional wisdom about Samsung's advantages in operating its own chip design and fab are also wrong. Bad Engineering ChoicesSamsung has pushed screen technology ahead of its own processor capabilities, resulting in extremely poor performance in high definition.In an apparent effort to win the "spec war," Samsung began aggressively cranking up device resolutions on its most expensive premium flagships after Steve Jobs demonstrated iPhone 4's Retina Display back in 2010. Prior to that, Samsung was internally focused on smaller devices, not larger, higher resolution displays. In … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 delivers poor graphics performance vs. Apple iPhone 6 Plus
Rather watch than read? Hit play on the video above and subscribe for more. I wrote this way back in January of 2015, when I first started thinking that, what became iPhone X and iPhone XS, were the next inevitable steps forward in iPhone evolution: Imagine a future iPhone where the screen goes to the edge on both sides, disappearing not at the curve but as the curve. Imagine an iPhone where the FaceTime camera and earpiece take up almost no space, and the screen reaches almost all the way to the top. And imagine an iPhone where the Home button is replaced by some new technology that can still allow for a physical escape to a known state, that can still scan fingerprints and authenticate, but that also lets the screen reach almost all the way to the bottom. The crux of the idea was that people kept asking for a more modern 4-inch iPhone, but it occurred to me it wasn't the smaller screen size they really wanted, it was the smaller phone size, and if the screen went edge-to-edge, they … [Read more...] about iPhone SE 2: What happened to it and why?
Review By Andrew O'Hara Friday, November 16, 2018, 10:32 am PT (01:32 pm ET) Is the iPad Pro really a pro device? Apple seems to think so, but that is the question we set out to answer while looking the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro by putting Apple's biggest and priciest tablet yet into the center of our professional workflow.2018 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Smart Keyboard Folio and Apple Pencil The latest and greatest iPad Pros were put forth into the world less than two weeks ago. Countless reviews followed with more yet to come, many tacking pot-shots at the shortcomings of iOS. These are are fair criticisms as iOS has some ground to make up (which we will talk about later) but it isn't the whole story. Apple has been clear between the build-up to the iPad Pro over the summer. The latest announcements and marketing messaging for the iPad Pro reinforced that it is time for people to consider the iPad Pro a computer, and not just a content consumption stab of metal and glass. That doesn't … [Read more...] about iPad Pro 12.9-inch review: Putting Apple’s ‘pro’ claim to the test